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Written Answers — Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: Air Pollution (30 Oct 2019)

Sue Hayman: To ask the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, with reference to the Answer of 8 October to Question 293609, what (a) programmes and (b) deliverables were included in the Food, sustainable and competitive farming programme under the heading Food and Farming; and if she will publish the (i) Resource Departmental Expenditure Limit, (ii) Capital Departmental Expenditure...

Written Answers — Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: Environment Protection: Finance (30 Oct 2019)

Sue Hayman: To ask the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, with reference to the Answer of 8 October 2019 to Questions 292921 and 292922, what specific programmes, projects and deliverables are covered by (a) Arms Length Bodies Partnership And Public Appointments, (b) Natural Environment Policy Director & Support, (c) Air Quality & Industrial Emissions, (d) Nature Improvement...

Environment Bill (28 Oct 2019)

Sue Hayman: I begin by thanking the Secretary of State and her civil servants for meeting me last week, and by acknowledging all the work put into the Bill by civil servants, non-governmental organisations and others who have brought it to this stage. We can all acknowledge that it contains improvements on the original draft. That said, Greener UK, the organisation representing environmental NGOs, has...

Environment Bill (28 Oct 2019)

Sue Hayman: It is vital that as we leave the EU all the necessary environmental protections are in place and equivalent to what we have now. The Chair of the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee, the hon. Member for Tiverton and Honiton (Neil Parish), has also raised concerns. He said: “Despite the Government attempting to establish a robust framework for environmental governance, it appears...

Environment Bill (28 Oct 2019)

Sue Hayman: The hon. Lady makes an important point. I shall come to non-regression later.

Environment Bill (28 Oct 2019)

Sue Hayman: What the hon. Lady has said reflects some of my own concerns. I also have concerns about backing everything on to net gain, which has not proved as effective as would have been hoped in other countries, such as Australia.

Environment Bill (28 Oct 2019)

Sue Hayman: I am going to make some progress. I am aware of the shortage of time. We will discuss the details of the Bill in Committee, but I want to touch on a few aspects of it now: the principle of non-regression, targets, and the independence and powers of the Office for Environmental Protection. I also want to mention, briefly, some of our concerns about biodiversity net gain, water, nature recovery...

Environment Bill (28 Oct 2019)

Sue Hayman: I agree that we need to look at such issues extremely carefully when making planning decisions.

Environment Bill (28 Oct 2019)

Sue Hayman: It is a shame that funding for CCS was stopped some years ago. If that had not happened, we might be quite a bit further ahead. All the targets in the Bill, including the interim targets, must be legally binding, and must be set to be achieved as soon as possible. It is commendable that the Bill confirms the creation of statutory environmental improvement plans to ensure legally binding...

Environment Bill (28 Oct 2019)

Sue Hayman: As I am sure my hon. Friend knows, flooding is an issue that is close to my heart as well, and we certainly need to ask why it is not included more fundamentally in the Bill. Although the Bill sets out responsibilities for improving air quality, it does not commit the Government to reaching the World Health Organisation’s goal of 10 micrograms per cubic metre by 2030 at the latest. The...

Environment Bill (28 Oct 2019)

Sue Hayman: I really think that I need to make some progress. Let me now say something about the independence of the proposed Office for Environmental Protection. As my hon. Friend the Member for Wakefield (Mary Creagh) has said, the only reason the Government have made any movement on waste, landfill and air quality is the threat of EU fines, so it is disappointing that the OEP will have no powers to...

Environment Bill (28 Oct 2019)

Sue Hayman: I agree that our planning and development should be much better in terms of environmental impact, and I think it important for us to set targets for that to be achieved. The Bill does little to ensure that nature recovery strategies properly influence policy and decision making in areas such as planning—we may need to go further in some instances—environmental land management, and...

Environment Bill (28 Oct 2019)

Sue Hayman: My hon. Friend has made an excellent point.

Environment Bill (28 Oct 2019)

Sue Hayman: My hon. Friend gives an excellent example, and I thank him for that.

Environment Bill (28 Oct 2019)

Sue Hayman: That is right. It is important that we look at it right across the piece, from manufacturing down to what happens after we have finished using something. Tellingly, waste recovery company Biffa has said that it is disappointed in the lack of ambition in the Bill, and it has called for plastics to be recycled domestically in the UK to restore public confidence in recycling and to boost UK jobs...

Written Answers — Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: National Parks: Finance (24 Oct 2019)

Sue Hayman: To ask the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, with reference to the Answer of 8 October to Question 293611, what specific funding for National Parks is included under which headings; and if she will publish the (a) Resource Departmental Expenditure Limit, (b) Capital Departmental Expenditure Limit and (c) Annually Managed Expenditure funding allocated to National...

Written Answers — Home Office: LPT Laboratory of Pharmacology and Toxicology: Animal Experiments (21 Oct 2019)

Sue Hayman: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, what assessment she has made of the implications for her Department's policies of the findings of the Cruelty Free International and SOKO Tierschutz investigation of contract animal testing facility the Laboratory of Pharmacology and Toxicology in Germany.

Written Answers — Home Office: LPT Laboratory of Pharmacology and Toxicology: Animal Experiments (21 Oct 2019)

Sue Hayman: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, what plans her Department has to inspect UK contract animal testing laboratories with reference to the recent findings of the Cruelty Free International and SOKO Tierschutz investigation of the contract animal testing facility Laboratory of Pharmacology and Toxicology in Germany.

Written Answers — Home Office: LPT Laboratory of Pharmacology and Toxicology: Animal Experiments (21 Oct 2019)

Sue Hayman: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, whether any Government Departments or agencies (a) have sponsored and (b) are sponsoring any research at the Laboratory of Pharmacology and Toxicology contract animal testing facility in Germany.

Written Answers — Home Office: LPT Laboratory of Pharmacology and Toxicology: Animal Experiments (21 Oct 2019)

Sue Hayman: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, what information her Department holds on whether animals housed at the Laboratory of Pharmacology and Toxicology in Germany have been exported from the UK.


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