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Division Votes
8 May 2024 - Finance (No. 2) Bill - View Vote Context
Matthew Offord voted No - in line with the party majority and in line with the House
One of 260 Conservative No votes vs 0 Conservative Aye votes
Tally: Ayes - 195 Noes - 266
8 May 2024 - Finance (No. 2) Bill - View Vote Context
Matthew Offord voted No - in line with the party majority and in line with the House
One of 260 Conservative No votes vs 0 Conservative Aye votes
Tally: Ayes - 198 Noes - 269
8 May 2024 - Finance (No. 2) Bill - View Vote Context
Matthew Offord voted No - in line with the party majority and in line with the House
One of 272 Conservative No votes vs 0 Conservative Aye votes
Tally: Ayes - 211 Noes - 276
8 May 2024 - Finance (No. 2) Bill - View Vote Context
Matthew Offord voted No - in line with the party majority and in line with the House
One of 266 Conservative No votes vs 0 Conservative Aye votes
Tally: Ayes - 212 Noes - 274


Speeches
Matthew Offord speeches from: Business of the House
Matthew Offord contributed 1 speech (100 words)
Thursday 9th May 2024 - Commons Chamber
Leader of the House


Written Answers
Fisheries: Imports
Asked by: Matthew Offord (Conservative - Hendon)
Friday 12th April 2024

Question to the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs:

To ask the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, whether her Department is taking steps to ensure that imported fisheries products are not produced through the use of (a) illegal, (b) unreported and (c) unregulated fishing practices.

Answered by Mark Spencer - Minister of State (Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs)

Imports and direct landings of fish into the UK are required to be accompanied by catch certificates. This ensures traceability throughout the supply chain to mitigate the risk of the fish having been derived from illegal, unreported or unregulated fishing.

The UK has powers to apply import restrictions to countries identified as non-cooperative in tackling IUU fishing. At present, the UK does not permit the import of fishery products from Comoros, Cambodia or Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. Import restrictions can also be implemented at vessel level. Any vessel that has been identified as associated with IUU fishing activities, can be placed on the UK’s IUU Vessel List meaning it is not eligible to import fishery products into the UK. Advice and guidance for importers of fish and fisheries products is available on GOV.UK.

Church of England: Carbon Emissions
Asked by: Matthew Offord (Conservative - Hendon)
Friday 12th April 2024

Question

To ask the Member for South West Bedfordshire, representing the Church Commissioners, what steps the Church is taking to help achieve net zero.

Answered by Andrew Selous - Second Church Estates Commissioner

The Church Commissioners are committed to reducing the carbon intensity of their portfolio by 2025 and, as a member of the Asset Owners Alliance, reaching ‘Net Zero’ in the investment portfolio by 2050.

The General Synod has set a target for the Church of England to become Net Zero by 2030. The National Church Institutions are supporting every diocese with a grant to grow capacity and employ staff to manage the work of achieving this net zero ambition. The Church Commissioners have committed funding of £30m for 2023-25 and £190m total for a 9-year programme from 2023-31.

Stage one will explore the best ways to decarbonise the diverse range of buildings and navigate planning and governance structures. The project will assess cathedrals and clergy housing, with demonstration churches that can act as showpieces of what is possible. There will be a special grant available from dioceses to enable churches to fund improvements to their energy efficiency.

A second workstream supports schools in accessing public sector decarbonisation funds, and another stream of grants will match local fundraising in churches for net-zero carbon projects through the Buildings for Mission scheme

This will provide a clear picture of the kinds of projects that are effective in reducing emissions, ready for a scaled-up investment in the second 3-year period

Recent success stories include York Minster and the Chapel at Kings College, Cambridge, which have joined many other major churches and cathedrals across the country in installing new solar panels and renewable technologies, reducing their running costs and making them more sustainable buildings.

Church of England: Land Use
Asked by: Matthew Offord (Conservative - Hendon)
Friday 12th April 2024

Question

To ask the Member for South West Bedfordshire, representing the Church Commissioners, whether a recent assessment has been made of the environmental improvements being advanced through the church's holding of agricultural land.

Answered by Andrew Selous - Second Church Estates Commissioner

The Church Commissioners undertake rolling assessments of environmental improvements being made to the farmland portfolio by tenants, which is used to update the baseline study undertaken five years ago. Data has so far been provided on over 25,000 acres of Commissioners’ land holdings and contains details of environmental changes, such as transitioning to regenerative agricultural practices. The Commissioners are pleased to announce a partnership with the Farming and Wildlife Advisory Group (FWAG), which will further develop this work.

The Church Commissioners’ rural estates team continues to engage with our new and existing agricultural tenants through regular individual farm visits, the sharing of ground-sourced data, including carbon audits, and the gathering of information from third parties. On recent assessment revealed that on a single Commissioners’ farm in Kent, over 45 species of bird were recorded during a single visit in December 2023.

Church Schools: Hendon
Asked by: Matthew Offord (Conservative - Hendon)
Friday 12th April 2024

Question

To ask the Member for South West Bedfordshire, representing the Church Commissioners, whether he has made an assessment of the contribution of church schools in Hendon constituency.

Answered by Andrew Selous - Second Church Estates Commissioner

Though the National Church Institutions are not responsible for the operation of individual schools, the Diocese of London has volunteered the following information, which I hope is useful.

There are two Church of England schools in the Hendon Constituency.

St Mary’s and St John’s educates more than 1,600 pupils. One quarter are on free school meals, which is higher than the Local Authority average. Pupils are making above-average progress at an 8-level attainment of 0.39 compared with the national average of -0.03.

St Paul’s School Mill Hill educates 210 pupils. One fifth of pupils are in receipt of Free School Meals, in line with the Local Authority average. Pupils attainment is above-average; 84% attained the expected standard in Reading, Writing and Maths last summer compared to the national average of 60%.

I commend the teachers and leadership teams in both schools for these achievements.

The Church of England educates over one million children in its 4,700 schools across England. Church Schools are committed to the flourishing of children and deliver a rounded education that remains in high demand with parents. They serve all those in the community, whatever their faith or belief.

Hamas: UNRWA
Asked by: Matthew Offord (Conservative - Hendon)
Monday 15th April 2024

Question to the Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office:

To ask the Minister of State, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office, whether his Department holds information on whether the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA) has approved Hamas’ use of its supplies and equipment.

Answered by Andrew Mitchell - Minister of State (Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office) (Minister for Development)

The UK takes allegations of neutrality violations extremely seriously including reports of diversion of equipment. This is something we monitor in our annual assessment of UNRWA.

The UK is following closely the independent review led by Minister Catherine Colonna which is assessing the mechanisms and procedures that the Agency currently has in place to ensure neutrality.

Motorway Service Areas: Freehold
Asked by: Matthew Offord (Conservative - Hendon)
Monday 15th April 2024

Question to the Department for Transport:

To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, over which motorway service areas his Department holds the freehold interest.

Answered by Guy Opperman - Parliamentary Under-Secretary (Department for Transport)

The government, via its shareholding of National Highways, owns the freehold of 35 following motorway service areas:

  • Birch, Eastbound and Westbound
  • Birchanger Green, single site
  • Cherwell valley, single site
  • Clacket Lane, Eastbound and Westbound
  • Corley, Northbound and Southbound
  • Keele, Northbound and Southbound
  • Knutsford, Northbound and Southbound
  • Leicester Forest East, Northbound and Southbound
  • Membury, Eastbound and Westbound
  • Newport-Pagnell, Northbound and Southbound
  • Northampton, Northbound and Southbound
  • Norton-canes, single site
  • Sandbach, Northbound and Southbound
  • Strensham (Northbound Bound)
  • Thurrock, single site
  • Toddington, Northbound and Southbound
  • Trowell, Northbound and Southbound
  • Warwick, Northbound and Southbound
  • Watford Gap, Northbound and Southbound
  • Woodall, Northbound and Southbound

National Highways: Community Orders
Asked by: Matthew Offord (Conservative - Hendon)
Monday 15th April 2024

Question to the Department for Transport:

To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, whether Highways England has used the community payback scheme in the last three years.

Answered by Guy Opperman - Parliamentary Under-Secretary (Department for Transport)

National Highways has collaborated with the National Probation Service, an executive agency of the Ministry of Justice, to provide opportunities for community service order candidates. In 2021 and 2022, National Highways was invited to make arrangements for litter picking trials and light maintenance at several motorways service areas including trial sites at Gloucester, Hartshead Moor, Chester and Leicester Forest East. In August 2023, National Highways also launched a project where candidates serving community service orders are assisting with graffiti removal and general maintenance in subways.

Reservoirs: Brent
Asked by: Matthew Offord (Conservative - Hendon)
Monday 15th April 2024

Question to the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs:

To ask the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, on what dates the Priestley Way trash screen that sits on the River Brent and enters the Welsh Harp was cleared by the Environment Agency in the last 12 months.

Answered by Robbie Moore - Parliamentary Under-Secretary (Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs)

The Environment Agency plans to attend once a week to clear the debris and waste build up on the Priestley Way Screen. By exception, operatives may not attend if they are required elsewhere to carry out higher priority work that could cause flooding or an environmental incident (for example, responding to emergency incidents). The Environment Agency arranges for a grab lorry to attend site once a month (although this frequency does increase at times of heavy rain and higher river levels when the screen can become inundated with waste much quicker). This lorry takes away up to 3 tonnes of rubbish each trip.

The Environment Agency cannot provide exact dates for when it cleared the screen in the past 12 months but can confirm it cleared the screen 43 times (this includes planned visits to end of March 2024).

Electronic Travel Authorisations
Asked by: Matthew Offord (Conservative - Hendon)
Friday 19th April 2024

Question to the Home Office:

To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, what estimate he has made of the potential impact of the introduction of Electronic Travel Authorisation on transit passenger volumes.

Answered by Tom Pursglove - Minister of State (Minister for Legal Migration and Delivery)

Electronic Travel Authorisations deliver important security benefits. A blanket exemption to the ETA requirement for passengers transiting airside would fundamentally undermine the rationale of the scheme by creating a permission free route of travel into the UK which would be open to abuse.

The process for obtaining an ETA is quick and light touch, and the cost (£10 per application) is minimal compared to the overall cost of international travel. An ETA will be valid for two years, or until the expiry of the passport used to apply, and can be used for multiple trips during this period.

We will keep our position under review to monitor the impact on transit as the scheme is rolled out.

Electronic Travel Authorisations
Asked by: Matthew Offord (Conservative - Hendon)
Friday 19th April 2024

Question to the Home Office:

To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, if he will reconsider the requirement for airside transit passengers to obtain an Electronic Travel Authorisation to travel through UK airports.

Answered by Tom Pursglove - Minister of State (Minister for Legal Migration and Delivery)

Electronic Travel Authorisations deliver important security benefits. A blanket exemption to the ETA requirement for passengers transiting airside would fundamentally undermine the rationale of the scheme by creating a permission free route of travel into the UK which would be open to abuse.

The process for obtaining an ETA is quick and light touch, and the cost (£10 per application) is minimal compared to the overall cost of international travel. An ETA will be valid for two years, or until the expiry of the passport used to apply, and can be used for multiple trips during this period.

We will keep our position under review to monitor the impact on transit as the scheme is rolled out.

Railway Stations: Access
Asked by: Matthew Offord (Conservative - Hendon)
Friday 19th April 2024

Question to the Department for Transport:

To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, with reference to the Written Statement of 4 April 2019 on Access for All, HCWS1484, how many and what proportion of the projects awarded funding through the Access for All programme (a) have been and (b) are yet to be completed.

Answered by Huw Merriman - Minister of State (Department for Transport)

Approximately 45% of the current Access for All programme has entered into passenger service, with approximately 55% not yet complete although the majority of these are in construction.

Electronic Travel Authorisations
Asked by: Matthew Offord (Conservative - Hendon)
Monday 22nd April 2024

Question to the Home Office:

To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, if he will publish a revised impact assessment for Electronic Travel Authorisation to include an assessment of the impact of that scheme on airside transit passengers.

Answered by Tom Pursglove - Minister of State (Minister for Legal Migration and Delivery)

Electronic Travel Authorisations deliver important security benefits. A blanket exemption to the ETA requirement for passengers transiting airside would fundamentally undermine the rationale of the scheme by creating a permission free route of travel into the UK which would be open to abuse.

We will keep our position under review to monitor the impact on transit as the scheme is rolled out.

Roads: Litter
Asked by: Matthew Offord (Conservative - Hendon)
Thursday 18th April 2024

Question to the Department for Transport:

To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, if he will introduce key performance indicators for Highways England in the elimination of rubbish on the strategic roads network.

Answered by Guy Opperman - Parliamentary Under-Secretary (Department for Transport)

National Highways are monitored against a performance indicator in the performance specification for the current Road Investment Strategy 2 (RIS2). This measures the percentage of the Strategic Road Network where litter cleansing is managed by National Highways which is either free of litter, refuse and detritus, or predominately free apart from some small items, in line with the Code of Practice on Litter and Refuse, published by the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs. As part of developing the third Road Investment Strategy (RIS3), the Department for Transport is continuing to explore potential metrics for inclusion in the RIS3 performance specification, as was well as considering improvements to existing metrics, such as litter.

Roads: Litter
Asked by: Matthew Offord (Conservative - Hendon)
Thursday 18th April 2024

Question to the Department for Transport:

To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, whether offenders under the Ministry of Justice’s community payback project scheme have been used to remove litter from (a) A roads, (b) B roads and (c) motorways.

Answered by Guy Opperman - Parliamentary Under-Secretary (Department for Transport)

National Highways worked with the National Probation Service, an executive agency of the Ministry of Justice, on the Community Payback Project and provided opportunities for litter picking at motorway service areas. Trial sites included Gloucester, Hartshead Moor, Chester and Leicester Forest East.

For health and safety reasons, National Highways is unable to facilitate offenders removing litter from Motorways or All-Purpose Trunk Roads.

B roads are a matter for each individual local authority and so this data is not held by the Department for Transport.

Digital Technology: Disadvantaged
Asked by: Matthew Offord (Conservative - Hendon)
Thursday 18th April 2024

Question to the Department for Science, Innovation & Technology:

To ask the Secretary of State for Science, Innovation and Technology, what steps her Department is taking to help improve digital inclusion for people who are unable to access the internet.

Answered by Julia Lopez - Minister of State (Department for Science, Innovation and Technology)

The Government recognises that access to the internet is increasingly essential for full participation in society and has taken steps to ensure households across the UK are able to access fast, reliable mobile and broadband services.

The Government has worked closely with the telecoms industry to ensure superfast broadband connections extend to over 97% of the UK. Similarly, 4G mobile coverage is available to 99% of the population from at least one network provider. The Government is also investing £5 billion through our flagship Project Gigabit programme to bring gigabit broadband to reach hard-to-reach communities.

We recognise that infrastructure is only part of the story. To support those for whom cost may be a barrier, the Government has worked closely with the telecoms industry to ensure market provision of broadband and mobile social tariffs. These low-cost, commercial products are available from 28 different providers, across 99% of the UK and start at just £10 per month.

Research: Gulf States
Asked by: Matthew Offord (Conservative - Hendon)
Thursday 18th April 2024

Question to the Department for Science, Innovation & Technology:

To ask the Secretary of State for Science, Innovation and Technology, whether her Department is taking steps to help promote research links with Gulf States.

Answered by Andrew Griffith - Minister of State (Department for Science, Innovation and Technology)

As outlined in the Science and Technology Framework, global collaboration is vital in supporting UK science and technology capabilities and my department is working to strengthen strategic partnerships with governments, industry and academia across the globe. Partnerships will differ in scope and depth but given the strong economic growth and expanding populations of the Gulf States they represent an outsize opportunity to benefit the UK and strengthen our science and technology systems.

Consistent with this, last month, I signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) on Research and Innovation (R&I) with Saudi Arabia – my first in the region - to help position the UK as a research and innovation partner of choice and create new opportunities for UK researchers and businesses.

Mill Hill Broadway Station: Access
Asked by: Matthew Offord (Conservative - Hendon)
Thursday 18th April 2024

Question to the Department for Transport:

To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, with reference to the Written Statement of 4 April 2019 on Access for All, HCWS1484, for what reason work to provide step-free access at Mill Hill Broadway has not yet started.

Answered by Huw Merriman - Minister of State (Department for Transport)

There are many technical issues to overcome at this station, given it is located on the Midland Main Line and adjacent to the M1 motorway, all of which are currently under consideration.

National Trust: Camping Sites
Asked by: Matthew Offord (Conservative - Hendon)
Thursday 18th April 2024

Question to the Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport:

To ask the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport, how many people were subject to legal action for camping on National Trust property in each of the last five years.

Answered by Julia Lopez - Minister of State (Department for Science, Innovation and Technology)

DCMS does not collect this information from the National Trust. It is an independent charity, not a departmental Arm’s Length Body. Queries on this matter are best passed to the National Trust directly.

National Trust: Litter
Asked by: Matthew Offord (Conservative - Hendon)
Thursday 18th April 2024

Question to the Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport:

To ask the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport, how many people were fined for littering on National Trust property in the last five years.

Answered by Julia Lopez - Minister of State (Department for Science, Innovation and Technology)

DCMS does not collect this information from the National Trust. It is an independent charity, not a departmental Arm’s Length Body. Queries on this matter are best passed to the National Trust directly.

Mill Hill Broadway Station: Access
Asked by: Matthew Offord (Conservative - Hendon)
Thursday 18th April 2024

Question to the Department for Transport:

To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, with reference to the Written Statement of 4 April 2019 on Access for All, HCWS1484, what recent estimate he has made of when work to provide step-free access at Mill Hill Broadway will be started.

Answered by Huw Merriman - Minister of State (Department for Transport)

The Access for All project at Mill Hill Broadway station is at the outline design stage. Network Rail are in the process of reviewing and challenging the cost estimate provided by the contractor.

Civil Servants
Asked by: Matthew Offord (Conservative - Hendon)
Monday 22nd April 2024

Question to the Cabinet Office:

To ask the Minister for the Cabinet Office, how many (a) full time and (b) part time civil service personnel there were in each of the last five years.

Answered by John Glen - Paymaster General and Minister for the Cabinet Office

The number of civil servants working full time and part time in each year from 2019 to 2023 on the stated reference date were:

Reference date

Full-time

Part-time

2019/03/31

344,050

102,020

2020/03/31

350,790

104,850

2021/03/31

392,140

112,940

2022/03/31

409,040

102,060

2023/03/31

418,170

102,400

Figures are from the ONS public sector employment statistics publications. The total may differ slightly from other published figures due to rounding.



Roads: Litter
Asked by: Matthew Offord (Conservative - Hendon)
Monday 22nd April 2024

Question to the Department for Transport:

To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, for what reason Highways England does not undertake audits of its contractors’ work for litter clearance.

Answered by Guy Opperman - Parliamentary Under-Secretary (Department for Transport)

Litter picking is an activity undertaken as part of National Highways’ cyclical maintenance programme by its maintenance and response contractors.

To monitor and manage their performance, National Highways undertakes monthly performance reviews of each of their maintenance and response contractors. This is done through the Collaborative Performance Framework which includes a metric on sweeping and cleaning. Scores are reviewed and discussed with the supplier at a monthly performance review meeting where any areas of underperformance are addressed.

Additionally, National Highways carry out annual audits of each contractor through Service Quality Reviews, as set out in their ‘perform quality audit’ process. These audits are undertaken by National Highways’ quality performance assurance teams and National Highways does not hesitate to take remedial action where required.

Renewable Energy
Asked by: Matthew Offord (Conservative - Hendon)
Monday 22nd April 2024

Question to the Department for Energy Security & Net Zero:

To ask the Secretary of State for Energy Security and Net Zero, when her Department plans to publish the next National Renewable Energy Action Plan.

Answered by Justin Tomlinson - Minister of State (Department for Energy Security and Net Zero)

The National Renewable Energy Action Plan was a requirement under the Renewable Energy Directive which no longer applies to the UK. The Government publishes its proposals and policies to enable carbon budgets to be met, including the role of renewable energy in reducing emissions, in the Carbon Budget Delivery Plan. The last plan was published in March 2023. The next will be published as soon as reasonably practicable after setting the level of Carbon Budget 7. The statutory deadline for setting the level of Carbon Budget 7 is the end of June 2026.

Marine Protected Areas: Fishing Vessels
Asked by: Matthew Offord (Conservative - Hendon)
Tuesday 23rd April 2024

Question to the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs:

To ask the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, what information his Department holds on the (a) nationality of vessels engaged and (b) type of fishing activity that took place in offshore marine protected areas in 2023; whether he has received reports of the use of (i) bottom trawls, (ii) dredges and (iii) other bottom-towed gear in offshore marine protected areas in the last two years; and if he will hold discussions with representatives of Oceana UK's illegal fishing and transparency team on monitoring fishing activity in marine protected areas.

Answered by Mark Spencer - Minister of State (Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs)

The management of Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) is a devolved competency and the information provided therefore relates to England only.

The Marine Management Organisation (MMO) holds data on the nationality and fishing method used by all commercial fishing vessels in English waters. This data includes a combination of vessel monitoring system data and landings records. MMO monitors fishing activities, including within MPAs, on an ongoing basis. MMO is currently delivering an ambitious project to assess the impacts of, and where necessary, manage fishing activity in all English offshore MPAs. Part of this involves regular meetings with key stakeholders, including Oceana, and calls for evidence and public consultations.

European Convention on Human Rights
Asked by: Matthew Offord (Conservative - Hendon)
Friday 26th April 2024

Question to the Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office:

To ask the Deputy Foreign Secretary, if he will make an assessment of the potential impact of withdrawing from the European Convention on Human Rights on the economy.

Answered by Andrew Mitchell - Minister of State (Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office) (Minister for Development)

The FCDO has not made an assessment of this nature.

Church of England: Tree Planting
Asked by: Matthew Offord (Conservative - Hendon)
Thursday 25th April 2024

Question

To ask the Member for South West Bedfordshire, representing the Church Commissioners, whether the Church plans to take steps to plant trees on diocese lands.

Answered by Andrew Selous - Second Church Estates Commissioner

Diocesan land is managed by individual dioceses at a local level and, as such, the Church Commissioners are unable to plant trees on diocesan property. However, the Church Commissioners work with diocesan teams and other church bodies to encourage the responsible use of land, reducing carbon emissions and increasing biodiversity where appropriate, including incorporating environmental improvement into food production.

The Church Commissioners’ rural estates team has assisted with the creation of a guidance note for diocesan officers on ‘managing land for climate and nature’, attended net zero meetings, and engaged with local diocesan environmental officers. Staff from the Rural Estates team have also met with the Rural Bishops Group to illustrate their work managing the rural estates and share experiences that apply to dioceses. They will continue to share details of tree-planting undertaken by the Commissioners with our diocesan partners and are keen to work together on further improving and implementing good practice.

In 2023, the Church Commissioners planted over 1.5million trees on their Forestry and Farmland holdings, 700,000 of which were in the UK.

Church of England: Slavery
Asked by: Matthew Offord (Conservative - Hendon)
Thursday 25th April 2024

Question

To ask the Member for South West Bedfordshire, representing the Church Commissioners, whether the Church plans to publicly acknowledge historic links with the chattel slave trade.

Answered by Andrew Selous - Second Church Estates Commissioner

The Archbishop of Canterbury has been unequivocal on the theology of this issue, noting on his visit to Cape Coast Castle in Ghana in February 2023:

“It was a reminder that the abomination of African chattel enslavement was blasphemy: those who imprisoned men and women in those dungeons saw them as less than human. It is to the Church of England’s eternal shame that it did not always follow Christ’s teaching to give life. It is a stain on the wider church that some Christians did not see their brothers and sisters as created in the image of God, but as objects to be exploited.”

The Church Commissioners has been investigating its historic links to the chattel slave trade since 2019 and published a full, transparent report of the findings in January 2023. More information about the whole project is available here:
Church Commissioners Links to Historic Transatlantic Slavery | The Church of England

The Church Commissioners seek, through the research it has done and its response, to acknowledge the truth of the past, apologise for the wrongs that this research has highlighted, and to address these wrongs through repentance, remembrance, reconciliation, and renewal. The Church Commissioners believe that by addressing its past transparently, particularly this part of our past, the Church and its teachings will be more relevant to more people. The response is an important missional activity that will support the work and ministry of the Church of England in England.

The Church Commissioners are committed to setting up an Impact Investment Fund as part of its response to invest in a better and fairer future for all, particularly for communities affected by historic enslavement. It is hoped this fund will grow over time, reinvesting returns to enable it to have a positive and lasting legacy that will exist in perpetuity and with the potential for other institutions to participate, further enabling growth in the size and impact of the fund. This Fund will be seeded with a £100 million commitment from the Church Commissioners.

Despite recent press speculation, the Church Commissioners has no plans to increase its contribution to the Fund over the planned funding period. It is hoped that growth in the impact fund will also enable grant funding for projects focused on improving opportunities for communities impacted by historic African chattel enslavement.

The Church Commissioners have also committed to undertake further research, including into the Church Commissioners' history, supporting dioceses and parishes to research and address their historic links with African chattel enslavement, and sharing best practices with other organisations researching their enslavement legacies.



MP Financial Interests
15th April 2024
Matthew Offord (Conservative - Hendon)
4. Visits outside the UK
Name of donor: ELNET UK
Address of donor: Epworth House, 25 City Road, London EC1Y 1AA
Estimate of the probable value (or amount of any donation): Flights, accommodation transport, hospitality and meals, value £2,000
Destination of visit: Israel (and the Occupied Palestinian Territories)
Dates of visit: 5 November 2023 to 8 November 2023
Purpose of visit: To visit Israel and the Occupied Palestinian Territories as part of the ELNET UK solidarity mission.
(Registered 20 November 2023)
Source



Matthew Offord mentioned

Parliamentary Debates
UK Trade Performance
44 speeches (7,398 words)
Wednesday 1st May 2024 - Commons Chamber
Department for Business and Trade
Mentions:
1: Kemi Badenoch (Con - Saffron Walden) and First Reading (Standing Order No. 57)Rehman Chishti, supported by David Morris, Afzal Khan, Dr Matthew - Link to Speech



Select Committee Documents
Thursday 2nd May 2024
Attendance statistics - Environmental Audit Sub-Committee on Polar Research attendance for Session 2023–24 to 27 March 2024

Environmental Audit Sub-Committee on Polar Research

Found: 75.0%) John McNally (Scottish National Party, Falkirk) (added 18 Jan 2023) 0 of 4 (0.0%) Dr Matthew

Thursday 2nd May 2024
Attendance statistics - EAC attendance for Session 2023–24 to 27 March 2024

Environmental Audit Committee

Found: 37.5%) John McNally (Scottish National Party, Falkirk) (added 2 Mar 2020) 1 of 16 (6.2%) Dr Matthew

Tuesday 30th April 2024
Special Report - Seventh Special Report - Heat resilience and sustainable cooling: Government Response to the Committee’s Fifth Report

Environmental Audit Committee

Found: ) Anna McMorrin MP (Labour, Cardiff North) John McNally MP (Scottish National Party, Falkirk ) Dr Matthew




Matthew Offord - Select Committee Information

Calendar
Wednesday 24th April 2024 2 p.m.
Environmental Audit Committee - Oral evidence
Subject: The environmental protection work of the Environment Agency
At 2:15pm: Oral evidence
Philip Duffy - Chief Executive at Environment Agency
Alan Lovell - Chair at Environment Agency
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Wednesday 1st May 2024 2 p.m.
Environmental Audit Committee - Oral evidence
Subject: Sustainability of the fashion sector: follow up
At 2:15pm: Oral evidence
Professor Dilys Williams - Founder and Director, Centre for Sustainable Fashion at University of the Arts London
Helen Bird - Head of Material Systems Transformation at WRAP
Femke den Hartog - CSR Policy Advisor, Europe at INretail
At 3:15pm: Oral evidence
Andrew Reaney - Director of Responsible Sourcing at boohoo group
Marcus Hartmann - Head of Public Affairs at H&M
Joe Metcalfe - Founder and CEO at Thrift+
Lorna Fallon - Trading Director at Oxfam
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Wednesday 8th May 2024 2 p.m.
Environmental Audit Sub-Committee on Polar Research - Oral evidence
Subject: The UK and the Antarctic Environment
At 2:15pm: Oral evidence
David Rutley MP - Parliamentary Under Secretary of State (Americas, Caribbean and the Overseas Territories) at Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office
Andrew Griffith MP - Minister of State (Minister for Science, Research and Innovation) at Department for Science, Innovation and Technology
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Monday 20th May 2024 4:15 p.m.
Environmental Audit Committee - Oral evidence
Subject: The role of natural capital in the green economy
At 4:30pm: Oral evidence
The Rt Hon. the Lord Benyon - Minister of State (Climate, Environment and Energy) at Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office and the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs
Helen Edmundson - Deputy Director, Green Finance at Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs
The Baroness Vere of Norbiton - Parliamentary Secretary at HM Treasury
Fayyaz Muneer - Deputy Director, Green Finance and Prudential Policy, Financial Services Group at HM Treasury
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Select Committee Documents
Tuesday 16th April 2024
Correspondence - Letter from the EAC Chair to the Vice President and UK and Ireland Country Manager at Amazon.com Inc., relating to E-waste and the Circular Economy, dated 15 April 2024

Environmental Audit Committee
Thursday 18th April 2024
Written Evidence - The Restart Project
EWCE0001 - Electronic waste and the circular economy: follow-up

Environmental Audit Committee
Thursday 18th April 2024
Written Evidence - Brunel University London
EWCE0003 - Electronic waste and the circular economy: follow-up

Environmental Audit Committee
Thursday 18th April 2024
Written Evidence - Techbuyer Ltd
EWCE0002 - Electronic waste and the circular economy: follow-up

Environmental Audit Committee
Thursday 18th April 2024
Written Evidence - Currys plc
EWCE0005 - Electronic waste and the circular economy: follow-up

Environmental Audit Committee
Thursday 18th April 2024
Written Evidence - British and Irish Portable Battery Association
EWCE0004 - Electronic waste and the circular economy: follow-up

Environmental Audit Committee
Thursday 18th April 2024
Written Evidence - REPIC
EWCE0006 - Electronic waste and the circular economy: follow-up

Environmental Audit Committee
Thursday 18th April 2024
Written Evidence - In Kind Direct
EWCE0007 - Electronic waste and the circular economy: follow-up

Environmental Audit Committee
Thursday 18th April 2024
Written Evidence - Green Alliance
EWCE0009 - Electronic waste and the circular economy: follow-up

Environmental Audit Committee
Thursday 18th April 2024
Written Evidence - British Retail Consortium
EWCE0008 - Electronic waste and the circular economy: follow-up

Environmental Audit Committee
Thursday 18th April 2024
Written Evidence - techUK
EWCE0010 - Electronic waste and the circular economy: follow-up

Environmental Audit Committee
Thursday 18th April 2024
Written Evidence - Chartered Institution of Wastes Management
EWCE0011 - Electronic waste and the circular economy: follow-up

Environmental Audit Committee
Thursday 18th April 2024
Written Evidence - American University of Sovereign Nations
EWCE0013 - Electronic waste and the circular economy: follow-up

Environmental Audit Committee
Thursday 18th April 2024
Written Evidence - Marks & Spencer
EWCE0012 - Electronic waste and the circular economy: follow-up

Environmental Audit Committee
Thursday 18th April 2024
Written Evidence - UK Sustainable Investment and Finance Association (UKSIF)
CAP0056 - The role of natural capital in the green economy

The role of natural capital in the green economy - Environmental Audit Committee
Thursday 18th April 2024
Written Evidence - Centre for Climate Finance and Investment, Imperial College Business School
CAP0057 - The role of natural capital in the green economy

The role of natural capital in the green economy - Environmental Audit Committee
Thursday 18th April 2024
Written Evidence - Schroders
CAP0058 - The role of natural capital in the green economy

The role of natural capital in the green economy - Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 17th April 2024
Oral Evidence - Back Market, Joint Trade Association, National Association of Waste Disposal Officers, and iWaste

Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 17th April 2024
Oral Evidence - Royal Society of Chemistry, Material Focus, and Green Alliance

Environmental Audit Committee
Thursday 25th April 2024
Written Evidence - Royal Society of Chemistry
EWCE0014 - Electronic waste and the circular economy: follow-up

Environmental Audit Committee
Monday 29th April 2024
Written Evidence - Department for Energy Security and Net Zero
ESE0075 - Enabling sustainable electrification of the UK economy

Enabling sustainable electrification of the UK economy - Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 24th April 2024
Oral Evidence - Environment Agency, and Environment Agency

Environmental Audit Committee
Tuesday 30th April 2024
Special Report - Seventh Special Report - Heat resilience and sustainable cooling: Government Response to the Committee’s Fifth Report

Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 1st May 2024
Written Evidence - Centre for Sustainable Fashion, and Social Purpose Lab, University of the Arts London
SFS0002 - Sustainability of the fashion sector: follow up

Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 1st May 2024
Written Evidence - Depop
SFS0003 - Sustainability of the fashion sector: follow up

Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 1st May 2024
Written Evidence - Asda
SFS0004 - Sustainability of the fashion sector: follow up

Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 1st May 2024
Written Evidence - ASOS
SFS0001 - Sustainability of the fashion sector: follow up

Environmental Audit Committee
Thursday 2nd May 2024
Correspondence - Letter from the Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs, related to Defra’s consultation on Electrical waste: reforming the producer responsibility system, dated 23 April 2024

Environmental Audit Committee
Thursday 2nd May 2024
Attendance statistics - Environmental Audit Sub-Committee on Polar Research attendance for Session 2023–24 to 27 March 2024

Environmental Audit Sub-Committee on Polar Research
Thursday 2nd May 2024
Attendance statistics - EAC attendance for Session 2023–24 to 27 March 2024

Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 1st May 2024
Oral Evidence - University of the Arts London, INretail, and WRAP

Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 1st May 2024
Oral Evidence - H&M, Thrift+, Oxfam, and boohoo Group plc

Environmental Audit Committee
Friday 3rd May 2024
Correspondence - Letter from the Secretary of State for Energy Security and Net Zero, relating to small modular reactors in the transition from fossil fuels, dated 27 March 2024

Environmental Audit Committee
Thursday 9th May 2024
Correspondence - Letter from the EAC Chair to the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, relating to the Government's response to the EAC report on 'The UK’s contribution to tackling global deforestation', dated 8 May 2024

Environmental Audit Committee
Friday 10th May 2024
Written Evidence - British Antarctic Survey, Oxford Brookes University, and British Antarctic Survey
ANT0028 - The UK and the Antarctic Environment

The UK and the Antarctic Environment - Environmental Audit Sub-Committee on Polar Research
Friday 10th May 2024
Written Evidence - New Zealand High Commission
ANT0029 - The UK and the Antarctic Environment

The UK and the Antarctic Environment - Environmental Audit Sub-Committee on Polar Research
Friday 10th May 2024
Written Evidence - Department of Geography, Durham University, British Antarctic Survey, Centre for Polar Observation and Modelling (CPOM), and Scott Polar Research Institute, Department of Geography, University of Cambridge
ANT0027 - The UK and the Antarctic Environment

The UK and the Antarctic Environment - Environmental Audit Sub-Committee on Polar Research
Wednesday 8th May 2024
Oral Evidence - Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office, Department for Science, Innovation and Technology, and Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office

The UK and the Antarctic Environment - Environmental Audit Sub-Committee on Polar Research
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - Save Windermere
WQI0025 - Water quality and water infrastructure: follow-up

Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - Westvale Park Residents' Association, River Mole River Watch, and River Mole River Watch
WQI0028 - Water quality and water infrastructure: follow-up

Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - South West Water
WQI0034 - Water quality and water infrastructure: follow-up

Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - The Rivers Trust
WQI0036 - Water quality and water infrastructure: follow-up

Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - Liverpool City Region Combined Authority
WQI0005 - Water quality and water infrastructure: follow-up

Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - University of Sheffield
WQI0004 - Water quality and water infrastructure: follow-up

Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - Lancaster University
WQI0011 - Water quality and water infrastructure: follow-up

Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - Centre for Public Data
WQI0012 - Water quality and water infrastructure: follow-up

Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - South & East Lincolnshire Councils Partnership
WQI0014 - Water quality and water infrastructure: follow-up

Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - Windrush Against Sewage Pollution
WQI0015 - Water quality and water infrastructure: follow-up

Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - Windrush Against Sewage Pollution
WQI0022 - Water quality and water infrastructure: follow-up

Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - River Mole River Watch
WQI0027 - Water quality and water infrastructure: follow-up

Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - National Farmers Union
WQI0030 - Water quality and water infrastructure: follow-up

Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - Surfers against Sewage
WQI0031 - Water quality and water infrastructure: follow-up

Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - School of Environmental Sciences, University of East Anglia
WQI0029 - Water quality and water infrastructure: follow-up

Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - Consumer Council for Water
WQI0033 - Water quality and water infrastructure: follow-up

Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - National Landscapes Association
WQI0032 - Water quality and water infrastructure: follow-up

Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - Former audit partner with PwC in Russia
WQI0021 - Water quality and water infrastructure: follow-up

Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - Marine Conservation Society
WQI0026 - Water quality and water infrastructure: follow-up

Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE)
WQI0035 - Water quality and water infrastructure: follow-up

Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - Water UK
WQI0038 - Water quality and water infrastructure: follow-up

Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management
WQI0037 - Water quality and water infrastructure: follow-up

Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - Amiblu
WQI0010 - Water quality and water infrastructure: follow-up

Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - Windrush Against Sewage Pollution (WASP)
WQI0013 - Water quality and water infrastructure: follow-up

Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - Merton College, The University of Oxford, and Department of Earth Science & Engineering, Imperial College London
WQI0019 - Water quality and water infrastructure: follow-up

Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - Melton Renewable Energy UK
WQI0018 - Water quality and water infrastructure: follow-up

Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - The Worshipful Company of Water Conservators
WQI0007 - Water quality and water infrastructure: follow-up

Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - River Action UK
WQI0008 - Water quality and water infrastructure: follow-up

Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - Mr Robert Latimer
WQI0009 - Water quality and water infrastructure: follow-up

Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - World Animal Protection UK
WQI0017 - Water quality and water infrastructure: follow-up

Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - University of Oxford, and University of Oxford
WQI0016 - Water quality and water infrastructure: follow-up

Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - Stormwater Shepherds UK
WQI0006 - Water quality and water infrastructure: follow-up

Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - Westminster Sustainable Business Forum
WQI0002 - Water quality and water infrastructure: follow-up

Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - Madeley and Whitmore Villages Stop HS2
WQI0001 - Water quality and water infrastructure: follow-up

Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - Windrush Against Sewage Pollution
WQI0020 - Water quality and water infrastructure: follow-up

Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - London Politica
CCS0014 - Climate change and security

Climate change and security - Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - London Politica
CCS0012 - Climate change and security

Climate change and security - Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - London Politica
CCS0013 - Climate change and security

Climate change and security - Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - American University of Sovereign Nations
CCS0006 - Climate change and security

Climate change and security - Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - Susan Chapman
CCS0001 - Climate change and security

Climate change and security - Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - Staffordshire University, and University of Wolverhampton
CCS0026 - Climate change and security

Climate change and security - Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - Plymouth Marine Laboratory
CCS0008 - Climate change and security

Climate change and security - Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - RAND Europe
CCS0018 - Climate change and security

Climate change and security - Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - Imperial Policy Forum, Imperial College, Grantham Institute, Imperial College, Natural History Museum and Imperial College London, Imperial College London, Imperial College London, and Imperial College London
CCS0021 - Climate change and security

Climate change and security - Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - Chatham House
CCS0022 - Climate change and security

Climate change and security - Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - BEACON Research Network, University of Birmingham
CCS0023 - Climate change and security

Climate change and security - Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research / School of Environmental Science, University of East Anglia, Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research / School of Environmental Science, University of East Anglia, and Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research / School of Law, University of East Anglia
CCS0004 - Climate change and security

Climate change and security - Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - Global Water Security Center at the University of Alabama
CCS0005 - Climate change and security

Climate change and security - Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - ActionAid UK
CCS0024 - Climate change and security

Climate change and security - Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - Cranfield University
CCS0025 - Climate change and security

Climate change and security - Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - Homeland Conservation
CCS0003 - Climate change and security

Climate change and security - Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - Local Government Association
CCS0017 - Climate change and security

Climate change and security - Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - University of Birmingham, Prof William Bloss, Prof Francis Pope, Abril Herrera Chavez, Catherine Muller, and Suzanne Bartington
CCS0016 - Climate change and security

Climate change and security - Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - Centre for Polar Observation and Modelling
CCS0015 - Climate change and security

Climate change and security - Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - King's College London, King's College London, King's College London, Imperial College London, and Reporting Project on Mexico’s Environmental Defenders
CCS0027 - Climate change and security

Climate change and security - Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - CAFOD
CCS0028 - Climate change and security

Climate change and security - Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - Global Systems Institute, University of Exeter
CCS0029 - Climate change and security

Climate change and security - Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - The Physiological Society
CCS0030 - Climate change and security

Climate change and security - Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust
CCS0031 - Climate change and security

Climate change and security - Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - Oxfam GB
CCS0032 - Climate change and security

Climate change and security - Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - Center for Climate and Security
CCS0034 - Climate change and security

Climate change and security - Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - University of Leeds
CCS0033 - Climate change and security

Climate change and security - Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - Population Matters
CCS0035 - Climate change and security

Climate change and security - Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - UNICEF UK
CCS0036 - Climate change and security

Climate change and security - Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - HM Government
CCS0037 - Climate change and security

Climate change and security - Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - Mercy Corps
CCS0009 - Climate change and security

Climate change and security - Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - The Royal Society of Biology
CCS0010 - Climate change and security

Climate change and security - Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - London Politica, and London Politica
CCS0011 - Climate change and security

Climate change and security - Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - Lancaster University
CCS0007 - Climate change and security

Climate change and security - Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - Conflict and Environment Observatory
CCS0019 - Climate change and security

Climate change and security - Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - Quakers in Britain
CCS0020 - Climate change and security

Climate change and security - Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - University of Leeds
CCS0033 - Climate change and security

Climate change and security - Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - Imperial Policy Forum, Imperial College, Grantham Institute, Imperial College, Natural History Museum and Imperial College London, Imperial College London, Imperial College London, and Imperial College London
CCS0021 - Climate change and security

Climate change and security - Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - King's College London, King's College London, King's College London, Imperial College London, and Reporting Project on Mexico’s Environmental Defenders
CCS0027 - Climate change and security

Climate change and security - Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - Global Systems Institute, University of Exeter
CCS0029 - Climate change and security

Climate change and security - Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - BEACON Research Network, University of Birmingham
CCS0023 - Climate change and security

Climate change and security - Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - Oxfam GB
CCS0032 - Climate change and security

Climate change and security - Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust
CCS0031 - Climate change and security

Climate change and security - Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - ActionAid UK
CCS0024 - Climate change and security

Climate change and security - Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - HM Government
CCS0037 - Climate change and security

Climate change and security - Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - Staffordshire University, and University of Wolverhampton
CCS0026 - Climate change and security

Climate change and security - Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - Amazon
EWCE0015 - Electronic waste and the circular economy: follow-up

Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - UNICEF UK
CCS0036 - Climate change and security

Climate change and security - Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - Population Matters
CCS0035 - Climate change and security

Climate change and security - Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - CAFOD
CCS0028 - Climate change and security

Climate change and security - Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - New Look
SFS0005 - Sustainability of the fashion sector: follow up

Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - The Physiological Society
CCS0030 - Climate change and security

Climate change and security - Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - Center for Climate and Security
CCS0034 - Climate change and security

Climate change and security - Environmental Audit Committee
Tuesday 14th May 2024
Oral Evidence - German Council on Foreign Relations, Center for Climate and Security, and King's College London

Climate change and security - Environmental Audit Committee
Tuesday 14th May 2024
Oral Evidence - Met Office, National Infrastructure Commission, National Infrastructure Commission, Climate Change Committee, and Climate Change Committee

Climate change and security - Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Oral Evidence - Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, and Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs

Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Oral Evidence - The Rivers Trust, Professor Peter Hammond, and River Action UK

Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Oral Evidence - Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management, and Water UK

Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 22nd May 2024
Correspondence - Letter from the EAC Chair to the Secretary of State for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities, relating to the 'Heat resilience and sustainable cooling' inquiry, dated 21 May 2024

Environmental Audit Committee
Monday 20th May 2024
Oral Evidence - Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office and the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, HM Treasury, and HM Treasury

The role of natural capital in the green economy - Environmental Audit Committee
Thursday 23rd May 2024
Correspondence - Letter from the Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Energy Efficiency and Green Finance, and from the HM Treasury Minister for Green Finance, responding to the 23 February 2024 letter of the Committee regarding The financial sector and the UK’s net zero transition, dated 16 May 2024

Environmental Audit Committee
Thursday 23rd May 2024
Written Evidence - boohoo group plc
SFS0006 - Sustainability of the fashion sector: follow up

Environmental Audit Committee
Thursday 23rd May 2024
Written Evidence - WRAP
SFS0007 - Sustainability of the fashion sector: follow up

Environmental Audit Committee
Friday 24th May 2024
Report - Sixth Report - Enabling sustainable electrification of the economy

Environmental Audit Committee
Friday 24th May 2024
Written Evidence - River Action
WQI0040 - Water quality and water infrastructure: follow-up

Environmental Audit Committee
Friday 24th May 2024
Written Evidence - Blueprint for Water
WQI0039 - Water quality and water infrastructure: follow-up

Environmental Audit Committee
Friday 24th May 2024
Written Evidence - National Infrastructure Commission
CCS0038 - Climate change and security

Climate change and security - Environmental Audit Committee