David today asked the Secretary of State for Defra about discussions he has had with the Department for Transport to ensure that ECMT Permits are not required for seafood hauliers travelling to the EU27 after March 29.
David Duguid asked the Secretary of State for Scotland about discussions he has had with the Department for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs about ongoing commitments to support the growth of the fisheries sector after we leave the EU.
David Duguid MP asked the PM if she would confirm President Macron’s comments on access to fisheries for trade as scaremongering from the EU and that the PM would remain steadfast in not allowing access to our fishing waters being negotiated away for a future free trade deal with the EU.
David Duguid MP asked the Government to confirm that maintaining high quality standards and welfare for animals and food would be at the heart of future agricultural policies and that these standards would not be compromised for a trade deal.
I will be supporting the Government and @theresa_may in tonight’s motion of no confidence.
Ours in the only Government which can deliver Brexit and respect the instruction of the British people. And ours is the only Government which can effect real change for our United Kingdom!
@theSNP call for a separate immigration policy is not shared by Scottish business and would see a hard border between Scotland and England
The Government is committed to consulting business on the Immigration Bill. I look forward to welcoming @carolinenokes to Banff and Buchan soon.
One of the many reasons the EU do not want us to stay in the backstop for too long (if it even comes to that) is that, in the backstop, they have NO access to our waters – regardless of any other Fisheries Agreement that may be reached by then.