Source: British Parliament News
01 July 2020
On Thursday 2 July, members question the government on the impact of Covid-19 on high street retailers and mental health services, reducing the availability of ultra-processed foods and prioritising environmental projects.
A short summary of what members raise and discuss is available on this page.
Questions on Thursday 2 July from 11am:
Baroness Barker (Liberal Democrat) asks the government what steps it is taking to ensure that mental health services are available in acute and community care settings during and after the Covid-19 pandemic
Baroness Ritchie of Downpatrick (Non-affiliated) asks about the impact on high street retailers of the COVID-19 pandemic
Baroness Bennett of Manor Castle (Green) asks the government what plans it has to reduce the amount of ultra-processed foods available for purchase in the UK
Lord Randall of Uxbridge (Conservative) asks the government about its plans to ensure environmental projects will be given priority in its economic growth strategy.
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