This week’s Queen’s Speech set out a bold agenda to deliver on the vision to level up across our country, with an ambitious programme to unlock the pent up potential and talent lying within all our constituents as we emerge from the Covid19 pandemic.
As Vice-Chair of the APPG for SEND I would like to highlight the recent report ‘Forgotten. Left Behind. Overlooked’ outlining the experiences of young people with SEND and their educational transitions during the Covid-19 pandemic in 2020.
I speak in this debate to represent the people of Hastings and Rye who hold Her Majesty The Queen, His Royal Highness The Prince Philip, The Duke of Edinburgh and the Royal Family in great affection and respect.
Despite events in London over the weekend, I would like to thank our police forces throughout the country for all their hard work in carrying out their duties in a somewhat tricky balancing act at times, throughout the pandemic.
This Environment Bill is major legislation and a mark of this Government’s commitment to our environment and combatting climate change – as the Prime Minister himself said it is a ‘lodestar by which we will guide our country towards a cleaner and greener future’.