Westminster News

GILES QUESTIONS MINISTERS ON TOURISM

Giles Watling, MP for Clacton, has questioned Ministers from the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) on the attractiveness of the UK as a visitor destination.

This took place at DCMS questions on 11th April, the transcript of which is below:

 

BREXIT: POSSIBLE OUTCOMES

This remains a fluid situation and there are several possible outcomes to the current malaise that we are seeing in Parliament.

GILES CAMPAIGNS FOR CLEARER FOOD LABELLING

Giles Watling, MP for Clacton, has tabled an amendment to the Agriculture Bill to create mandatory labels for meat products, which will indicate the method of slaughter used, and whether the animal was stunned during the act of slaughter.

INDICATIVE VOTES (ROUND TWO)

Yesterday, the House discussed a series of possible Brexit outcomes. Despite participating in hours of debate, I was not able to find an acceptable way forward.

You can read how I voted, and why, below. The previous round of voting can be viewed here.

 

INDICATIVE VOTES

Yesterday, the House discussed a series of possible Brexit outcomes. Despite participating in hours of debate, I was not able to find an acceptable way forward.

You can read how I voted, and why, below. My speech during the debate can be found here.

 

GILES MAKES HIS VOICE HEARD FOR OUR PLANET

Giles Watling, MP for Clacton, has added his voice to the Earth Hour campaign, the world’s largest annual event to protect the planet, and also joined a movement to safeguard nature and set it on the path to recovery. 

GILES QUESTIONS MINISTERS ON BUSINESS SUPPORT

Giles Watling, MP for Clacton, has questioned Ministers from the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) on protections for businesses as we leave the European Union.

This took place at BEIS questions on 19th March, the transcript of which is below: