Having secured £500,000 so 16-18-year-old local rural youngsters can benefit from affordable transport for education and training; Dr Hudson took his campaign to the Commons chamber so rural youngsters are not penalised for a lack of buses and trains.
Due to his extensive veterinary expertise Dr Neil Hudson was invited to chair the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee’s evidence session which focussed on a wide range of animal health and welfare issues still prevalent among our nation’s pets.
Dr Neil Hudson, MP for Penrith and The Border and the only veterinary surgeon in the House of Commons, championed the Conservative Government’s record on raising animal welfare, and secured commitment to end the horror of puppy smuggling, during an Opposition Day Debate on the Kept Animals Bill.
This week in Parliament, Dr Neil Hudson, MP for Penrith and The Border, urged faster action in order to protect young people from being harmed by illicit use of disposable vaping products, during a cross-party Westminster Hall debate on the Government’s commitment to end tobacco smoking by 2030.
Improving the nation’s mental health was the focus of a wide-ranging speech given by Dr Neil Hudson, MP for Penrith and The Border, during a parliamentary debate on mental health treatment and support.
Today at 5pm Dr Neil Hudson, MP for Penrith and The Border, led a parliamentary debate of the frightening rise of vaping among under-18s and how we can better protect young people from the potentially catastrophic damage this is having on their health, wellbeing and social outcomes.
Dr Neil Hudson, MP for Penrith and The Border and the only Veterinary Surgeon in the House of Commons, invited representatives from the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (RCVS) and British Veterinary Association (BVA) to inform MPs on the pressing veterinary and animal health issues of the d
Dr Neil Hudson, MP for Penrith and The Border, again publicly pushed for the Borders Railway to be extended south to Carlisle via Longtown in Parliament this week, securing backing from Scotland Minister, John Lamont.