In Parliament, Dr Neil Hudson MP continued his campaign to cement core agri-food, environmental and animal welfare standards in trade agreements as well as better implementation of border checks for animal, plant and food imports.
Veterinary MP Dr Neil Hudson lent his animal health and welfare expertise to the Zoological Society of London (Leases) Bill Committee where MPs scrutinised the proposed legislation that would allow London Zoo to increase their lease at Regent’s Park.
Dr Neil Hudson MP and Selaine Saxby MP consulted animal welfare experts on the upcoming Pet Smuggling Bill (the Animal Welfare [Import of Dogs, Cats and Ferrets] Bill) which will have its Second Reading on the 15th March.
Dr Neil Hudson MP stood up to counter Labour’s “short-sighted” policy to destabilise the independent school sector and put at risk the £4 billion in UK taxpayer savings from pupils not educated in the state sector.
Dr Neil Hudson MP attended an event in the House of Commons to promote the Farm Safety Foundation's seventh annual Mind Your Head 2024 campaign to highlight the significant mental health risks associated with farm work.
Dr Neil Hudson MP chaired an Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Select Committee evidence session scrutinising the UK's Free Trade agreements, ongoing FTA negotiations and recent accession to the CPTPP.
Dr Neil Hudson MP joined The Jo Cox Foundation’s calls to tackle all forms of abuse and intimidation against elected representatives by backing the recommendations in the recently published Jo Cox Civility Commission report.
Billy Jones, the Class 3 teacher at Warcop Church of England Primary School, successfully earned a place to attend the UK Parliament Teacher Ambassador Programme in the Houses of Parliament, where he met with Dr Neil Hudson to discuss the work of the UK Parliament and our democracy.