Nigel Evans, MP for the Ribble Valley, has criticised Lancashire’s Labour MPs who voted against the second reading of the Prime Minister’s Withdrawal Agreement Bill (WAB) in the House of Commons yesterday evening.
Boris Johnson’s government today set out their political agenda for the course of the next parliament through a Queen’s Speech which will be debated upon until this Thursday, when MPs will vote on whether to pass its contents.
I have unfortunately had to take the decision to amend one of my Summer/Autumn Surgery dates - this is due to the possibility of Parliament sitting on Friday 1st November to pass emergency Brexit legislation.
Nigel recently met with the National Farmers Union at their Back British Farming Event in Westminster to hear first-hand about the views of farmers in the UK. Nigel heard of the pressing issues facing British farming and committed his support to Back British Farming.