I am happy to say that the code is in place, and that happened while the Labour party was in government. I agreed with the hon. Gentleman when he said last September:
“Every week the government fails to act, farmers are finding themselves in more difficulty.”
So let us get on with it.
We do not want bluff and bluster; we do need action. As my hon. Friend Mary Creagh said, we ignore the perfect storm of rising prices, falling incomes and food poverty at our peril. I urge the House to support the motion.