Speaking in a debate on universal credit and debt, Peter Aldous outlines five improvements that the Government should make to ensure vulnerable people who rely on universal credit are protected and debt does not build up.
Peter Aldous speaks in a debate on the cost of policing football and calls for legislation to reinstate the system, overturned by the recent court case between Suffolk Police and Ipswich Town Football Club, where the police could recover costs of policing roads around the ground that are closed on match days and, in effect, controlled by the club.
Peter Aldous highlights the establishment of the high street area in Lowestoft as a heritage action zone and calls on the Government to ensure such initiatives are co-ordinated nationally so that we can promote the UK as a world heritage visitor destination.
Peter Aldous raises concerns about the decline of the UK seabird population and calls on the Government to use the forthcoming review of the UK marine strategy to set out a recovery plan that includes both targets and a timeline.
Peter Aldous backs calls for more action to tackle the threat of climate change, highlights the opportunities presented locally by offshore wind and calls for the flood defence schemes in Lowestoft and Kessingland to be properly funded.
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