Geoffrey Clifton-Brown calls on the Government to redouble its efforts to help scientists invent an oral vaccine that could be incorporated into a bait to be fed to badgers as that is the only real way to control TB in badgers. In the meantime, he calls on the Government to continue with the culling in the trial areas so that the results can be properly evaluated.
Following the Prime Minister's statement on the European Council meeting in Malta, Geoffrey Clifton-Brown asks the PM if she thinks we will be able to negotiate reciprocal rights for EU citizens living here and for British citizens in Europe sooner than the two-limit set by Article 50.
Geoffrey Clifton-Brown speaks in a debate on the restoration of Parliament and calls for a full decant of the Palace whilst works take place, as this is the only practical way to enable a complete restoration of the building.
Having campaigned for fairer school funding for over 10 years, Geoffrey Clifton-Brown condemns the proposals in the consultation which in fact would reduce funding for two thirds of schools in The Cotswolds and calls for some very radical changes as the weighting for deprivation and other measures in the consultation is too high.
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