Labour MP for Halifax
Financial pressures facing pharmacies since 2016 due to Government spending cuts have been fatal to community pharmacies across the country, with many operating at a loss, or being forced to close, writes Holly Lynch MP.
Shadow Flooding & Coastal Communities minister Holly Lynch says that the Government is intentionally failing to properly regulate water companies: ‘We have to find a better way of ensuring that water companies cannot leave customers without water for days due to their own failures, only for those at the very top to be rewarded with multi-million pound packages’.
Shadow Environment Minister Holly Lynch writes about the chaos which has seen thousands of homes without water over the last few days and halted production at firms like Jaguar Land Rover and Cadburys.
Shadow Environment Minister Holly Lynch gives her response to the Government's 25 year plan for the environment and how it seeks to reduce plastic waste. She argues that 'if we are to get serious about tackling plastic waste we need action soon, and we need to be much more ambitious'.
Shadow Defra spokesperson Holly Lynch MP says action on single-use plastics announced in the Budget falls short of the government's own ambition and calls for urgent action to protect wildlife and the environment from lasting damage.
Shadow Minister Holly Lynch writes following a shift on patrol with West Yorkshire Fire & Rescue Service to see the challenges they face throughout the year, especially on Bonfire Night.
To assault a police officer is to show a complete disregard for law and order, our shared values and for democracy itself, says Holly Lynch MP.
This week, Shadow Environment Minister Holly Lynch has written to the top 20 chain restaurants and bars asking them to join the campaign to ditch drinking straws.
Labour MP, Holly Lynch, says the Government must offer better protection of emergency workers, calling for a change in the law so that assaults on our emergency workers face tougher penalties.
Labour MP Holly Lynch rails against Osborne’s decision to not extend his new ‘living wage’ to workers under 25 and calls upon Government to “rethink this unjust decision.”