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I have a lot of sympathy with what my hon. Friend says.
I am looking forward to addressing the annual conference of the CLA—the Country Land and Business Association—later today, where I will c
Far be it from me to say but, as someone who was born in Edinburgh and brought up in Aberdeen, and who had the privilege of growing up in
Certainement. Le Président de la France—
Protecting pollinators is a priority for this Government and that is reflected in our 10-year national pollinator strategy for England.
Exactly. There is a whole gazetteer. From Consett to Sedgefield, there are beautiful parts of our country in the north-east.
I presume that my hon. Friend means roaming applied to mobile telephones, rather than to wild rovers.
I am grateful to my hon. Friend for making that detailed, practical point, and he is absolutely right.
No, I am afraid not, Mr Speaker.
The hon. Gentleman is absolutely right and I congratulate the business in his constituency on its initiative.