If we don’t legislate on animal sentience, we face the risk of welfare standards dropping, writes Kerry McCarthy ahead of the debate on her Animals (Recognition of Sentience) Bill
Conservative MP for Mid Worcestershire, Nigel Huddleston, writes in advance of his Westminster Hall debate on Puppy smuggling.
George Webb, Chief Executive of UKLPG, the trade association for the LPG industry, comments on the release of A Plan for Wales’ Renewable Energy Future by the Institute of Welsh Affairs.
Brexit offers a huge opportunity to reshape farming policy to better suit the needs of farmers across the UK, says Colin Clark MP, and Scottish agriculture shouldn't be left out because the SNP do not want Brexit to happen.
A small dairy brand plans on making a big impact by switching from plastic bottles to paper-based cartons. The new cartons use 80% less plastic than previous plastic milk bottle.
Calor Gas writes ahead of a one day conference to discuss rural strategy and policy. Speakers include Rebecca Pow MP, David Drew MP and Baroness Bakewell.
Britain should drop the EU's outdated, "traditionalist approach" to farming if it wants to strike a post-Brexit trade deal with the United States, Donald Trump's UK ambassador has declared.
Theresa May today channelled Aleksandr the Meerkat as she told MPs ending the uncertainty over Brexit was “simples”.
Ahead of the opening evidence session by the Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Select Committee inquiry into energy efficiency, Calor highlights why prioritising rural home owners must take precedence.
As a nation of pet lovers, outlawing the consumption of dog and cat meat is the right thing for us to do – these are our companions, not food, says Giles Watling MP.
Up to 87% of cross-Channel freight trade could be stopped in the event of a no-deal Brexit, a government analysis has concluded.
The House of Lords today inflicted a humiliating defeat on the Government as it stalled progress on ministers' post-Brexit trade plans.
Labour MP Lisa Nandy writes ahead of her Westminster Hall debate on the franchising of Crown Post Offices and the effect on high streets and local communities.
Theresa May was last night accused of “buying off” her Brexit critics after it emerged a Scottish Tory MP who raised concerns about fisheries was handed a plum job working for the PM.
Blood sport fans who accidentally kill foxes while staging fake hunts could be thrown in jail under a Labour government, the party has announced.
The Law Commission today has proposed reforms that would support the expansion of commonhold as an alternative to leasehold.
Traditional medicine, curio and aquarium trades are threatening the future of seahorses, writes Sir Hugo Swire MP.
Dogs Trust’s latest investigation into the illegal puppy trade reveals continued abuse of pet travel legislation.
Scottish Secretary David Mundell is facing fresh calls to resign amid a brewing standoff over European access to Britain’s fishing waters after Brexit.
David Mundell has rejected calls for him to resign as he hit back at Nicola Sturgeon's claim that the Conservatives were betraying Scottish fishermen.
Scottish Conservative MP Stephen Kerr writes following his House of Commons Adjournment debate on Community Broadband.
Scottish Tories have warned Theresa May not to betray fishermen amid fears European trawlers could still have access to UK waters after Brexit.
Former Secretary of State for Scotland Alistair Carmichael writes ahead of his House of Commons Adjournment debate on the potential effect of a VAT reduction on the tourism industry.
Labour MP Chris Williamson writes ahead of his Westminster Hall debate on badger culling.