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Public-funded institutions are being encouraged to buy British food, even if it is slightly more expensive. New government guidelines will ensure that price is no longer the “overriding factor” in all procurement decisions from schools, hospitals and other public buildings, Defra minister George Eustice told the Daily Mai...
Labour press release Luciana Berger MP, Labour's Shadow Public Health Minister, responding to suggestions of a sugar tax by the Chief Medical Officer, said: "T...
David Davis has welcomed the recommendation from Anne McIntosh MP, Chair of the Commons Select Committee for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, that the Government...
Laura Sandys said the food system needed to be looked at in its totality, not just with reference to welfare. "I don’t think, to be frank, we’ve got the answer to...
Diana Johnson MP, Labour's Shadow Crime and Security Minister, responding to the Government reannouncing its decision to introduce a ban on below-cost sales of alcoh...
Andrew Griffiths welcomed the Prime Minister’s decision to consult on extending pubs’ opening hours for England’s games in this year’s World Cup. “It’s fantastic ...
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