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My hon. Friend raises an important point.
The Chancellor is very familiar with all the arguments around the policy that the hon. Member mentions.
Mr Speaker, given the nature of these questions, I almost feel that this urgent question should have been taken by the Chancellor.
The Government pledged to keep spending on agriculture in cash terms the same year after year in this Parliament, and that is precisely w
The reality, as I have said, is that the changes in global commodity prices are being driven by the high price of gas and energy.
These matters are regularly discussed in Cabinet, but it is perhaps best that I do not go further at this particular stage.
Specifically on food banks, the area for which the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs has responsibility is through suppo
As I acknowledged in the statement, it is undoubtable that rising energy bills have affected household incomes, because people are paying
The action that the Chancellor has taken so far was announced earlier this year in the spring statement.