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Lords Chamber
Ukraine War: UK Food Security - Tue 26 Apr 2022
Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs

Mentions:
1: Lord Benyon (CON - Life peer) We are 100% self-sufficient in poultry, eggs, carrots, swedes, soft fruit, liquid milk and lamb, and - Speech Link
2: Lord Hannan of Kingsclere (CON - Life peer) Kingdom has made the welcome announcement that we are abolishing all tariffs and quotas on Ukrainian imports - Speech Link
3: Baroness Bennett of Manor Castle (GRN - Life peer) Given the now extremely high fixed cost of artificial fertilisers and pesticides—these imports also have - Speech Link


Commons Chamber
Oral Answers to Questions - Thu 21 Apr 2022
Department for International Trade

Mentions:
1: Ranil Jayawardena (CON - North East Hampshire) From securing British access to Japan’s poultry market, estimated by industry to be worth up to £13 million - Speech Link
2: Anne-Marie Trevelyan (CON - Berwick-upon-Tweed) By the end of 2022, the UK will end all dependency on Russian coal and oil, and end imports of gas as - Speech Link


Westminster Hall
Food Security - Thu 31 Mar 2022
Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs

Mentions:
1: Deidre Brock (SNP - Edinburgh North and Leith) Environment, Food and Rural Affairs recently acknowledged that the price of wheat, which the pig and poultry - Speech Link
2: Alistair Carmichael (LDEM - Orkney and Shetland) That means that there is a gap in the market, which then stands to be filled by those cheaper imports - Speech Link
3: Neil Parish (CON - Tiverton and Honiton) Agriculture relies on specific imports to produce food, including fuel, fertiliser and feed. - Speech Link
4: Victoria Prentis (CON - Banbury) I agree that pulses, pigs, horticulture and poultry have all done badly out of subsidy regimes in the - Speech Link


Lords Chamber
Game Birds (Cage Breeding) Bill [HL]
2nd reading - Fri 25 Mar 2022
Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs

Mentions:
1: Lord Randall of Uxbridge (CON - Life peer) visit next week to see one in operation, avian flu allowing—I think avian flu has hit a lot of the imports - Speech Link
2: Baroness Bennett of Manor Castle (GRN - Life peer) What are the standards being imposed on those imports? - Speech Link
3: Lord Benyon (CON - Life peer) relate to stockmanship, the use of various management devices and procedures and transport.Unlike other poultry - Speech Link


Commons Chamber
Cost of Living Increases - Wed 16 Mar 2022
HM Treasury

Mentions:
1: Neil Parish (CON - Tiverton and Honiton) To poultry and pig farmers, feed is an enormous cost, so those price rises will add to the cost of living - Speech Link
2: Suzanne Webb (CON - Stourbridge) must do more, which is why I am pleased that the Government have announced a plan to phase out British imports - Speech Link
3: Deidre Brock (SNP - Edinburgh North and Leith) We remain vulnerable if we are too reliant on imports, and it is people on the lowest incomes who will - Speech Link
4: Greg Hands (CON - Chelsea and Fulham) “We see no economic case for…nuclear power stations.”Secondly, he rightly spoke against hydrocarbon imports - Speech Link


Commons Chamber
Oral Answers to Questions - Thu 10 Mar 2022
Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs

Mentions:
1: Neil Parish (CON - Tiverton and Honiton) he have with the retailers to ensure that we can share some of the pain of the costs, which pig and poultry - Speech Link
2: George Eustice (CON - Camborne and Redruth) However, we are looking at the cost of inputs, particularly for the livestock sector, such as poultry - Speech Link
3: George Eustice (CON - Camborne and Redruth) While the UK is largely self-sufficient in wheat and imports some, predominantly from Canada, we do import - Speech Link


Westminster Hall
Large Solar Farms - Wed 09 Mar 2022
Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy

Mentions:
1: Jim Shannon (DUP - Strangford) Member for Tiverton and Honiton (Neil Parish), who was at this morning’s meeting of the eggs, pigs and poultry - Speech Link
2: Neil Parish (CON - Tiverton and Honiton) We need to produce poultry and pigs, which need grain. - Speech Link
3: Stephen Flynn (SNP - Aberdeen South) to the Secretary of State when he made his statement in the Chamber on the reduction in oil and gas imports - Speech Link


Commons Chamber
Oral Answers to Questions - Thu 03 Mar 2022
Department for International Trade

Mentions:
1: Mike Freer (CON - Finchley and Golders Green) For example, I can tell him that we have successfully secured access for British wheat to Mexico, poultry - Speech Link
2: Mike Freer (CON - Finchley and Golders Green) We have already sent poultry to Japan and lamb to the USA. - Speech Link
3: Sarah Olney (LDEM - Richmond Park) He imports his drinks, which are manufactured in Austria. - Speech Link
4: Mike Freer (CON - Finchley and Golders Green) Lady, because I am the Minister for exports, not the Minister for imports. - Speech Link


Westminster Hall
Environmental Land Management Scheme: Food Production - Tue 01 Feb 2022
Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs

Mentions:
1: Kerry McCarthy (LAB - Bristol East) whole policy is based on trying to reduce support for farmers in this country and chase cheap food imports - Speech Link
2: Geoffrey Clifton-Brown (CON - The Cotswolds) Member for Bristol East (Kerry McCarthy)—shocks can expose real fragilities in any reliance on imports - Speech Link
3: Luke Pollard (LAB - Plymouth, Sutton and Devonport) to sustain our food needs—with many imports produced to lower standards than those for UK farmers—and - Speech Link
4: Victoria Prentis (CON - Banbury) We are close to 100%, for example, in poultry, eggs, carrots and swedes, and for many of those successful - Speech Link


Commons Chamber
Oral Answers to Questions - Thu 20 Jan 2022
Department for International Trade

Mentions:
1: Anne-Marie Trevelyan (CON - Berwick-upon-Tweed) The UK accounts for less than 1% of US steel and aluminium imports in volume terms, so UK imports do - Speech Link
2: Ranil Jayawardena (CON - North East Hampshire) We have secured British poultry market access in Japan, estimated by industry to be worth up to £13 million - Speech Link
3: Mark Eastwood (CON - Dewsbury) encountered a number of issues that hinder potential trade opportunities such as exporting meat and poultry - Speech Link
4: Marion Fellows (SNP - Motherwell and Wishaw) Ireland has seen goods imports from Great Britain drop by more than a fifth since Brexit. - Speech Link