Thursday, 27 January 2022
The Secretary of State was asked—
What assessment his Department has made of the impact of food price rises on household budgets.
What assessment he has made of the potential effect of winding down the seasonal agricultural workers scheme on the food and drink sector.
What assessment he has made of the potential effect of his authorisation of the use of the pesticide thiamethoxam in certain circumstances on the bee population.
What steps he plans to take to help increase farmer and other land manager engagement with nature recovery networks.
What steps he is taking to ensure a greater share of the UK-EU catch limits for the UK fleet in 2023.
What plans his Department has to improve the quality of food labelling.
What steps he is taking to support coastal communities.
If he will make a statement on his departmental responsibilities.
What steps the Church of England is taking to promote freedom of religion or belief.
What steps the Church of England is taking to support parenting and marriage.
What recent assessment the Church of England has made of the level of threats to Christians in the Middle East.
For what reason the Church of England has not made provision to enable a church blessing of gay and lesbian relationships.
What estimate the Committee has made of the potential cost of implementing the Elections Bill’s proposed changes to the administration and conduct of elections.
What recent assessment the Church of England has made of the contribution of Church schools to education provision (a) in North Devon constituency and (b) across the country.
What steps the Commission is taking to increase the proportion of British food bought for sale in the House’s catering outlets.
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