Speeches in Parliament

Infrastructure Funding

I asked the Chancellor about his infrastructure funding of £5.6bn - infrastructure needs to be delivered more quickly because that is how we can make sure that money will be most effective.

Powering Forward our Economic Recovery

Earlier this week I spoke in the Chamber about the measures I think the Government should consider to power forward our economic recovery.

Supporting the Environment Bill (Second Reading)

On Wednesday, I spoke again to support the landmark Environment Bill at its second reading. I look forward to the implementation of this fantastic Bill, however it is crucial to remember that this is the beginning and not the end of our journey to combat Climate Change!

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Environment Bill

Yesterday, I spoke in support of the flagship Environment Bill. Watch this video to see why I really support it, and how this transformative legislation will protect and improve our environment in Hitchin and Harpenden for future generations.

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Avoiding a No Deal Brexit

A short clip of my intervention in the Queen’s Speech Debate in Parliament. 

Voting for a deal is the best way to avoid a no deal Brexit!

Improving the Energy Efficiency of Homes

Under this Government, greenhouse gas emissions have fallen by 25% since 2010, an incredible achievement. However, there is much more we can do to make our housing stock more environmentally friendly.

Stopping the Expansion of Luton Airport

Earlier this week, I asked the Transport Secretary about Luton Airport and the conflict of interest Luton Borough Council has, where it frequently gives the airport permission to flout planning permissions that it has itself imposed.

Climate Change Conference

At PMQs yesterday I asked the Prime Minister for her support for my upcoming climate change conference in Hitchin and Harpenden this autumn.

Stopping the Expansion of Luton Airport

Earlier this week, I asked the Transport Secretary about Luton Airport and the conflict of interest Luton Borough Council has, where it frequently gives the airport permission to flout planning permissions that it has itself imposed.