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With this long-overdue White Paper, the Government have said that they will “publish decarbonisation plans for key sectors such as agriculture and industry as part of its green agenda in the run up to COP26.” Can the Minister confirm that a greater number of these plans will be published on the same day as the energy White Paper to demonstrate the Government’s joined-up approach, so...
This has been another good debate on another key issue in the Bill. I thank all noble Lords who have spoken on these amendments, which cover the key variances of opinion on approaches to food standards for imported product through the mechanism of a Trade and Agriculture Commission. In Committee, I expressed anxiety about the approach of a Trade and Agriculture Commission, should this be the...
I thank the noble Lords who have returned with these amendments from the debates in Committee on provisions in Part 5, Clauses 35 to 37, on marketing standards. Regulations around marketing, labelling, traceability, country of origin and GI schemes remain critical to providing accurate and appropriate information to the consumer. The complexities behind the list of EU Commission delegated...
Entered the House of Lords on 4 November 2003
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