Increase food and drink prices for MPs in House of Commons catering venues

This Government voted to not establish free school meal provision during non-term time in the middle of a pandemic and needs to show solidarity. Prices for food and drink for MPs should therefore be increased to market rates in House of Commons catering venues.

4,216 Signatures

Status
Open
Opened
Friday 30th October 2020
Last 24 hours signatures
2
Signature Deadline
Friday 30th April 2021
Estimated Final Signatures: 4,216

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Recent Documents related to Increase food and drink prices for MPs in House of Commons catering venues

1. Increase food and drink prices for MPs in House of Commons catering venues
21/10/2020 - Petitions

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2. School food standards: resources for schools
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Recent Speeches related to Increase food and drink prices for MPs in House of Commons catering venues

1. Support for Children Entitled to Free School Meals
26/05/2021 - Westminster Hall

1: That this House has considered support for children entitled to free school meals.It is - Speech Link

2. Free School Meals
21/10/2020 - Commons Chamber

1: That this House calls on the Government to continue directly funding provision of free school meals over - Speech Link
2: need a measure that will take us through this half term and the remainder of this academic year. We understand - Speech Link
3: children in Slough who are known to require free school meals. Does she agree that if feeding those children - Speech Link

3. Income Equality and Sustainability
06/05/2020 - Lords Chamber

1: health emergency that I beseech your Lordships’ House to take note of the case for increasing income equality - Speech Link

4. Covid-19: Hospitality Industry
24/03/2021 - Commons Chamber

1: Report of the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee, Covid-19 and food supply, HC 263, and the Government - Speech Link
2: this House has considered support for the hospitality industry throughout the covid-19 pandemic.I - Speech Link

5. Free School Meals: Summer Holidays
16/06/2020 - Commons Chamber

1: benefits-related free school meals including the national voucher scheme over the Easter and May half-term holidays; - Speech Link
2: benefits-related free school meals including the national voucher scheme over the Easter and May half-term holidays; - Speech Link
3: importance of this debate and of working across the House. I am sorry that this topic has become such a political - Speech Link

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This will ensure that MPs pay a fair price for food and drink, rather than benefiting from catering services that mostly operate at a loss, which is ultimately paid for by the tax payer.

In these trying times it's only fair that MPs also suffer a form of hardship.


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