Back our farmers Boris, writes ex-Environment Secretary THERESA VILLIERS

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Of all the pledges that led to Boris Johnson’s landslide election victory last year, ‘Get Brexit Done’ is surely the most famous. But every Conservative MP elected then stood on another important promise.

We vowed that as we regained our independent, free-trading status, we would maintain the UK’s reputation for world-class food and animal welfare standards

The manifesto said: ‘In all of our trade negotiations, we will not compromise on our high environmental protection, animal welfare and food standards.’

That means we should not allow food not produced to our high quality levels – such as hormone-fed beef or chlorinated chicken – into the UK as the price for securing lucrative trade deals.

I would like us to make good on that manifesto pledge in the following way.

Ex-environment secretary Theresa Villiers says the world will buy British if the PM makes good on his manifesto pledge

Ex-environment secretary Theresa Villiers says the world will buy British if the PM makes good on his manifesto pledge

Firstly, we should establish a powerful, independent body of food, farming, welfare and environmental experts to advise Ministers on each and every trade deal.

And secondly, we must ensure that Parliament has the final say on overseeing those deals.

The International Trade Secretary insists that the Government, by establishing a new temporary Trade and Agriculture Commission, has already done enough.

While this new advisory commission is welcome, it is not sufficient. We cannot have a food and trade deal watchdog that, on current plans, expires in less than six months’ time and before most future trade deals are finalised.

It needs to be set up on a statutory, permanent basis, report to Parliament and have a wider, fully representative panel of members. Parliament must have a vital role in devising future trade deals – with a vote setting out general principles for draft trade deal negotiations and a simple ‘Yes/No’ vote when they are concluded. That would fulfil the key Brexit message of ‘take back control’ and mirror how the US Congress oversees trade deals in Washington.

Of course, it is the Government that negotiates trade agreements but it should be in partnership with MPs.

I appeal to Ministers to accept these proposals and heed The Mail on Sunday’s own Save Our Family Farms campaign.

I would also urge them to listen to top chefs such as Jamie Oliver and Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall, who have joined up with charities and celebrities to lobby against sub-standard food being allowed into our country through an open letter to the Prime Minister, published in this newspaper today, left.

MPs will next month have another chance to take a stand when we vote on the final stages of the Agriculture Bill and when we can back sensible amendments passed in the House of Lords.

But it would be far better if the Government and backbenchers came together now to back a sensible compromise – a tougher version of the Commission already set up combined with a stronger role for Parliament.

That would confirm the Prime Minister’s steadfast commitment to high standards of food and animal welfare.

It would also help secure the goal set out so clearly in our manifesto that ‘we want people, both at home and abroad, to be lining up to buy British’.

EXCLUSIVE: Don’t trade away our children’s future: Chef Jamie Oliver joins Mail on Sunday’s war on toxic US food as Boris Johnson is urged to block sub-standard food from flooding into the UK under post-Brexit trade deals

A powerful alliance of chefs, celebrities and charities today urges Boris Johnson to block sub-standard foods from flooding into the UK under post-Brexit trade deals.

In a heartfelt open letter, stars including Jamie Oliver and fitness guru Joe Wicks call on the Prime Minister not to ‘trade away our children’s futures’ in the negotiations.

The move comes as International Trade Secretary Liz Truss faces growing Parliamentary pressure to bolster protections against poor quality foreign food – and save British farms from being put out of business by cheap imports.

In a crunch Commons debate expected within the next fortnight, MPs will vote on new plans to give watchdogs on the Trade and Agriculture Commission the power to enforce high food standards.

The letter – also backed by BBC Countryfile presenter Anita Rani, chef Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall and charities including the RSPB and RSPCA – demands assurances that ‘lower-standard’ meat, such as US-produced chlorinated chicken or hormone-fed beef, will not be sold in British stores or served in restaurants and canteens after we exit the EU’s standards regime.

And they say that the Covid-19 pandemic has ‘raised the stakes’ because ‘now, more than ever, we need to make sure everyone has access to affordable, good quality and sustainable food to help people be healthier, happier and more resilient’.

Chefs Jamie Oliver and Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall demand assurances that 'lower-standard' meat, such as US-produced chlorinated chicken or hormone-fed beef, will not be sold in British stores or served in restaurants and canteens after we exit the EU's standards regime

Chefs Jamie Oliver and Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall demand assurances that ‘lower-standard’ meat, such as US-produced chlorinated chicken or hormone-fed beef, will not be sold in British stores or served in restaurants and canteens after we exit the EU’s standards regime

Fitness guru Joe Wicks has also called on the Prime Minister not to 'trade away our children's futures' in the negotiations

Fitness guru Joe Wicks has also called on the Prime Minister not to ‘trade away our children’s futures’ in the negotiations

The letter sent by an alliance of chefs, celebrities and charities to the Prime Minister

The letter sent by an alliance of chefs, celebrities and charities to the Prime Minister

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The letter sent by an alliance of chefs, celebrities and charities 

We’ve known for generations that good food is the backbone of good health. But the pandemic has raised the stakes. Now, more than ever, we need to make sure everyone has access to affordable, good-quality and sustainable food to help people be healthier, happier and more resilient.

The UK is at a crossroads that will affect what we eat for generations to come. The trade deals we’re currently negotiating with countries across the world will determine what ends up on our supermarket shelves and in our shopping baskets. If we don’t get this right, progress made as a result of your Government’s obesity and health strategy could be wiped out.

We all want trade – but let’s not enter a race to the bottom and allow low-quality products to flood the UK. Chlorinated chicken will be just the tip of the iceberg. We’re talking about meat produced with growth hormones and high amounts of antibiotics, crops grown with illegal pesticides that are harmful to bees, and a flood of sugary and ultra-processed products, promoted with massive marketing spends and without clear labelling to tell us what we’re really eating.

We must not lose control of what ends up on the plates of British children. If we get this wrong, the impact on their health will be profound. It will be the most vulnerable in our communities who will suffer the most. Bad trade deals will also have a worrying impact on the environment and on animal welfare. Two things that the British public cares deeply about.

The UK has a fantastic opportunity to set out our stall as Brand Britain, standing for high-quality food that is produced to high animal welfare and sustainability standards. Producing exports that resonate all over the world.

More than one million people have already signed the petition to #SaveOurStandards. In response, the Government has launched a new Trade and Agriculture Commission. But it lacks teeth, will last only six months, and worryingly doesn’t include people who understand child health, environmental issues, or animal welfare.

We want to ensure that environmental, animal welfare and food-safety standards are enshrined in law and upheld in all UK produced and imported products. We want to see a strong Trade and Agriculture Commission that can offer genuine checks and balances, with a broader membership including public health and environmental voices.

And we want to see the Government implement plans to reduce child obesity quickly, including having clear nutrition labels on all products and restrictions on junk-food advertising.

Let us build a healthier Britain. We must not trade away our children’s futures.

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The letter – an edited version of which is reproduced right – warns Mr Johnson: ‘If we don’t get this right, progress made as a result of your Government’s obesity and health strategy could be wiped out. 

‘Let’s not enter a race to the bottom and allow low quality products to flood the UK. Chlorinated chicken will be just the tip of the iceberg. We’re talking about meat produced with growth hormones and high amounts of antibiotics, crops grown with illegal pesticides that are harmful to bees, and a flood of sugary and ultra-processed products, promoted with massive marketing spends and without clear labelling to tell us what we’re really eating’. 

The letter also argues that ‘the British public cares deeply’ about these issues – a point emphasised by a Mail on Sunday poll today which shows an overwhelming majority of voters want our high food standards protected in future trade agreements. 

The Deltapoll survey reveals that 68 per cent of people believed the most important priority for Britain was to maintain high standards for food, even if that mean some trade deals were not possible as a result.

Only one in five (21 per cent) thought that compromising on standards was acceptable to get a deal over the line.

This newspaper is today urging readers who back the campaign to send a version of the letter to their local Tory MP, as Opposition MPs are already expected to support moves to protect standards.

But last night, the Government came out fighting by branding the letter ‘totally misleading’ and insisting: ‘Our manifesto commitment could not be clearer – we will not compromise on our high environmental protection, animal welfare and food standards.’

The Government was heavily defeated in the Lords last week on its Agriculture Bill, when peers overwhelmingly backed calls for greater powers to block sub-standard food imports and moves to give Parliament the final say on post-Brexit trade deals.

By a majority of 107, peers backed a call from cross-bencher Lord Curry, a retired farmer, for the Trade and Agriculture Commission to be given greater, permanent, powers.

Peers also backed a call by Labour’s Lord Grantchester to keep out foods produced to standards lower than the UK’s. The Government defeats set up the prospect of a fresh Tory rebellion in the Commons next month when MPs debate changes to the Bill.

The issue has also become a flashpoint between Ministers and the National Farmers’ Union.

Last week, NFU president Minette Batters met Cabinet Office Minister Michael Gove to urge him to beef up the commission, which is currently scheduled to last just six months and which, critics say, does not include specialists in child health or environmental and animal welfare issues on its panel. 

Amid mounting concern over Ms Truss’s ‘toothless’ commission, a Future British Standards Coalition is launched today, including representatives of the Tenant Farmers Association and the RSPCA.

It will be chaired by Kate Dalmeny from food and farming alliance Sustain. She said last night: ‘British people have made it abundantly clear that they expect to keep the high food, environmental and animal welfare standards they currently enjoy.’

So far, more than a million people have signed a petition to save food standards following the launch of The Mail on Sunday’s Save Our Family Farms campaign, with the backing of former Ministers Sir Nicholas Soames and Theresa Villiers.

BBC Countryfile presenter Anita Rani has also thrown her weight behind the campaign

BBC Countryfile presenter Anita Rani has also thrown her weight behind the campaign

In an article on the facing page, former Environment Secretary Ms Villiers reminds the Prime Minister that the Tory manifesto for the 2019 Election pledged there would be no compromise on the UK’s world-beating food and animal welfare standards after Brexit.

Even George Eustice, the current Environment Secretary, has described animal welfare laws in the US as ‘woefully deficient’, with up to a million chickens crammed together in vast hanger-like facilities on some farms. Slaughtered chickens are sometimes washed in chlorine due to the number of bugs on American poultry farms, while US cattle farmers use steroid hormones to speed growth – a practice banned by the EU since 1989. One drug routinely used, 17-beta oestradiol, is a known cause of cancer in humans.

Jamie Oliver has previously called on Mr Johnson to be ‘a guardian to the land and its prosperity,’ rather than ‘someone who opened Pandora’s box to the quick erosion of the food and farming industries’.

Last night, senior Tory MP Neil Parish, who has already led one Commons Tory rebellion over post-Brexit food standards, urged the Government to compromise.

Mr Parish, chairman of the Commons’ environment, food and rural affairs committee, said: ‘The Lords picked up where we left off in the Commons, raising fundamental concerns about how food standards are going to be protected in the future. The Government still has an opportunity to act proactively on this.’

Ms Truss has repeatedly insisted that the Government will not abandon the UK’s high food standards and that there is no need to increase the powers of the temporary commission.

Last night, a Government spokesperson said: ‘We remain focused on getting trade deals that work in the best interests of our farmers and consumers. British farming sits at the heart of our trade policy, and the Trade and Agriculture Commission will help ensure that the UK’s high-quality agriculture sector remains among the most competitive and innovative at the world.’ 

As things stand the Government is telling Tory MPs not to back the amendments to the Agriculture Bill. Here is a list of Conservative MPs you can lobby with our letter. 

TORY MPs: CONSTITUENCY, MEMBER OF PARLIAMENT AND EMAIL ADDRESSES
Constituency Member of Parliament Email address
Aberconwy Robin Millar [email protected]
Aldershot Leo Docherty [email protected]
Aldridge-Brownhills Wendy Morton [email protected]
Altrincham and Sale West Sir Graham Brady [email protected]
Amber Valley Nigel Mills [email protected]
Arundel and South Downs Andrew Griffith [email protected]
Ashfield Lee Anderson [email protected]
Ashford Damian Green [email protected]
Aylesbury Rob Butler [email protected]
Banbury Victoria Prentis [email protected]
Banff and Buchan David Duguid [email protected]
Barrow and Furness Simon Fell [email protected]
Basildon and Billericay John Baron [email protected]
Basingstoke Maria Miller [email protected]
Bassetlaw Brendan Clarke-Smith [email protected]
Beaconsfield Joy Morrissey [email protected]arliament.uk
Beckenham Bob Stewart [email protected]
Berwickshire, Roxburgh and Selkirk John Lamont [email protected]
Berwick-upon-Tweed Anne-Marie Trevelyan [email protected]
Beverley and Holderness Graham Stuart [email protected]
Bexhill and Battle Huw Merriman [email protected]
Bexleyheath and Crayford Sir David Evennett [email protected]
Birmingham, Northfield Gary Sambrook [email protected]
Bishop Auckland Dehenna Davison [email protected]
Blackpool North and Cleveleys Paul Maynard [email protected]
Blackpool South Scott Benton [email protected]
Blyth Valley Ian Levy [email protected]
Bognor Regis and Littlehampton Nick Gibb [email protected]
Bolsover Mark Fletcher [email protected]
Bolton North East Mark Logan [email protected]
Bolton West Chris Green [email protected]
Boston and Skegness Matt Warman [email protected]
Bosworth Dr Luke Evans [email protected]
Bournemouth East Tobias Ellwood [email protected]
Bournemouth West Conor Burns [email protected]
Bracknell James Sunderland [email protected]
Braintree James Cleverly [email protected]
Brecon and Radnorshire Fay Jones [email protected]
Brentwood and Ongar Alex Burghart [email protected]
Bridgend Dr Jamie Wallis [email protected]
Bridgwater and West Somerset Ian Liddell-Grainger [email protected]
Brigg and Goole Andrew Percy [email protected]
Broadland Jerome Mayhew [email protected]
Bromley and Chislehurst Sir Robert Neill [email protected]
Bromsgrove Sajid Javid [email protected]
Broxbourne Sir Charles Walker [email protected]
Broxtowe Darren Henry [email protected]
Buckingham Greg Smith [email protected]
Burnley Antony Higginbotham [email protected]
Burton Kate Griffiths [email protected]
Bury North James Daly [email protected]
Bury South Christian Wakeford [email protected]
Bury St Edmunds Jo Churchill [email protected]
Calder Valley Craig Whittaker [email protected]
Camborne and Redruth George Eustice [email protected]
Cannock Chase Amanda Milling [email protected]
Carlisle John Stevenson [email protected]
Carmarthen West and South Pembrokeshire Simon Hart [email protected]
Carshalton and Wallington Elliot Colburn [email protected]
Castle Point Rebecca Harris [email protected]
Central Devon Mel Stride [email protected]
Central Suffolk and North Ipswich Dr Dan Poulter [email protected]
Charnwood Edward Argar [email protected]
Chatham and Aylesford Tracey Crouch [email protected]
Cheadle Mary Robinson [email protected]
Chelmsford Vicky Ford [email protected]
Chelsea and Fulham Greg Hands [email protected]
Cheltenham Alex Chalk [email protected]
Chesham and Amersham Dame Cheryl Gillan [email protected]
Chichester Gillian Keegan [email protected]
Chingford and Woodford Green Sir Iain Duncan Smith [email protected]
Chippenham Michelle Donelan [email protected]
Chipping Barnet Theresa Villiers [email protected]
Christchurch Sir Christopher Chope [email protected]
Cities of London and Westminster Nickie Aiken [email protected]
Clacton Giles Watling [email protected]
Cleethorpes Martin Vickers [email protected]
Clwyd South Simon Baynes [email protected]
Clwyd West David Jones [email protected]
Colchester William Quince [email protected]
Colne Valley Jason McCartney [email protected]
Congleton Fiona Bruce [email protected]
Copeland Trudy Harrison [email protected]
Corby Tom Pursglove [email protected]
Crawley Henry Smith [email protected]
Crewe and Nantwich Dr Kieran Mullan [email protected]
Croydon South Chris Philp [email protected]
Darlington Peter Gibson [email protected]
Dartford Gareth Johnson [email protected]
Daventry Chris Heaton-Harris [email protected]
Delyn Rob Roberts [email protected]
Derby North Amanda Solloway [email protected]
Derbyshire Dales Sarah Dines [email protected]
Devizes Danny Kruger [email protected]
Dewsbury Mark Eastwood [email protected]
Don Valley Nick Fletcher [email protected]
Dover Natalie Elphicke [email protected]
Dudley North Marco Longhi [email protected]
Dudley South Mike Wood [email protected]
Dumfries and Galloway Alister Jack [email protected]
Dumfriesshire, Clydesdale and Tweeddale David Mundell [email protected]
East Devon Simon Jupp [email protected]
East Hampshire Damian Hinds [email protected]
East Surrey Claire Coutinho [email protected]
East Worthing and Shoreham Tim Loughton [email protected]
East Yorkshire Sir Greg Knight [email protected]
Eastbourne Caroline Ansell [email protected]
Eastleigh Paul Holmes [email protected]
Eddisbury Edward Timpson [email protected]
Elmet and Rothwell Alec Shelbrooke [email protected]
Epsom and Ewell Chris Grayling [email protected]
Erewash Maggie Throup [email protected]
Esher and Walton Dominic Raab [email protected]
Fareham Suella Braverman [email protected]
Faversham and Mid Kent Helen Whately [email protected]
Filton and Bradley Stoke Jack Lopresti [email protected]
Finchley and Golders Green Mike Freer [email protected]
Folkestone and Hythe Damian Collins [email protected]
Forest of Dean Mark Harper [email protected]
Fylde Mark Menzies [email protected]
Gainsborough Sir Edward Leigh [email protected]
Gedling Tom Randall [email protected]
Gillingham and Rainham Rehman Chishti [email protected]
Gloucester Richard Graham [email protected]
Gosport Caroline Dinenage [email protected]
Granntham and Stamford Gareth Davies [email protected]
Gravesham Adam Holloway [email protected]
Great Grimsby Lia Nici [email protected]
Great Yarmouth Brandon Lewis [email protected]
Guildford Angela Richardson [email protected]
Halesowen and Rowley Regis James Morris [email protected]
Haltemprice and Howden David Davis [email protected]
Harborough Neil O’Brien [email protected]
Harlow Robert Halfon [email protected]
Harrogate and Knaresborough Andrew Jones [email protected]
Harrow East Bob Blackman [email protected]
Harwich and North Essex Sir Bernard Jenkin [email protected]
Hastings and Rye Sally-Ann Hart [email protected]
Havant Alan Mak [email protected]
Hazel Grove William Wragg [email protected]
Hemel Hempstead Sir Mike Penning [email protected]
Hendon Dr Matthew Offord [email protected]
Henley John Howell [email protected]
Hereford and South Herefordshire Jesse Norman [email protected]
Hertford and Stortford Julie Marson [email protected]
Hertsmere Oliver Dowden [email protected]
Hexham Guy Opperman [email protected]
Heywood and Middleton Chris Clarkson [email protected]
High Peak Robert Largan [email protected]
Hitchin and Harpenden Bim Afolami [email protected]
Hornchurch and Upminster Julia Lopez [email protected]
Horsham Jeremy Quin [email protected]
Huntingdon Jonathan Djanogly [email protected]
Hyndburn Sara Britcliffe [email protected]
Ipswich Tom Hunt [email protected]
Isle of Wight Bob Seely [email protected]
Keighley Robbie Moore [email protected]
Kenilworth and Southam Jeremy Wright [email protected]
Kensington Felicity Buchan [email protected]
Kettering Philip Hollobone [email protected]
Kingswood Chris Skidmore [email protected]
Leigh James Grundy [email protected]
Lewes Maria Caulfield [email protected]
Lichfield Michael Fabricant [email protected]
Lincoln Karl McCartney [email protected]
Loughborough Jane Hunt [email protected]
Louth and Horncastle Victoria Atkins [email protected]
Ludlow Philip Dunne [email protected]
Macclesfield David Rutley [email protected]
Maidenhead Theresa May [email protected]
Maidstone and The Weald Helen Grant [email protected]
Maldon John Whittingdale [email protected]
Mansfield Ben Bradley [email protected]
Meon Valley Flick Drummond [email protected]
Meriden Saqib Bhatti [email protected]
Mid Bedfordshire Nadine Dorries [email protected]
Mid Derbyshire Pauline Latham [email protected]
Mid Dorset and North Poole Michael Tomlinson [email protected]
Mid Norfolk George Freeman [email protected]
Mid Sussex Mims Davies [email protected]
Mid Worcestershire Nigel Huddleston [email protected]
Middlesbrough South and East Cleveland Simon Clarke [email protected]
Milton Keynes North Ben Everitt [email protected]
Milton Keynes South Iain Stewart iain.stewart.[email protected]
Mole Valley Sir Paul Beresford [email protected]
Monmouth David TC Davies [email protected]
Montgomeryshire Craig Williams [email protected]
Moray Douglas Ross [email protected]
Morecambe and Lunesdale David Morris [email protected]
Morley and Outwood Andrea Jenkyns [email protected]
New Forest West Sir Desmond Swayne [email protected]
Newark Robert Jenrick [email protected]
Newbury Laura Farris [email protected]
Newcastle-under-Lyme Aaron Bell [email protected]
Newton Abbot Anne Marie Morris [email protected]
North Cornwall Scott Mann [email protected]
North Devon Selaine Saxby [email protected]
North Dorset Simon Hoare [email protected]
North East Bedfordshire Richard Fuller [email protected]
North East Cambridgeshire Steve Barclay [email protected]
North East Derbyshire Lee Rowley [email protected]
North East Hampshire Ranil Jayawardena [email protected]
North East Hertfordshire Sir Oliver Heald [email protected]
North East Somerset Jacob Rees-Mogg [email protected]
North Herefordshire Bill Wiggin [email protected]
North Norfolk Duncan Baker [email protected]
North Shropshire Owen Paterson [email protected]
North Somerset Dr Liam Fox [email protected]
North Swindon Justin Tomlinson [email protected]
North Thanet Sir Roger Gale [email protected]
North Warwickshire Craig Tracey [email protected]
North West Cambridgeshire Shailesh Vara [email protected]
North West Durham Richard Holden [email protected]
North West Hampshire Kit Malthouse [email protected]
North West Leicestershire Andrew Bridgen [email protected]
North West Norfolk James Wild [email protected]
North Wiltshire James Gray [email protected]
Northampton North Michael Ellis [email protected]
Northampton South Andrew Lewer [email protected]
Norwich North Chloe Smith [email protected]
Nuneaton Marcus Jones [email protected]
Old Bexley and Sidcup James Brokenshire [email protected]
Orpington Gareth Bacon [email protected]
Pendle Andrew Stephenson [email protected]
Penistone and Stocksbridge Miriam Cates [email protected]
Penrith and The Border Dr Neil Hudson [email protected]
Peterborough Paul Bristow [email protected]
Plymouth, Moor View Johnny Mercer [email protected]
Poole Sir Robert Syms [email protected]
Portsmouth North Penny Mordaunt [email protected]
Preseli Pembrokeshire Stephen Crabb [email protected]
Pudsey Stuart Andrew [email protected]
Rayleigh and Wickford Mark Francois [email protected]
Reading West Alok Sharma [email protected]
Redcar Jacob Young [email protected]
Redditch Rachel Maclean [email protected]
Reigate Crispin Blunt [email protected]
Richmond (Yorks) Rishi Sunak [email protected]
Rochester and Strood Kelly Tolhurst [email protected]
Rochford and Southend East James Duddridge [email protected]
Romford Andrew Rosindell [email protected]
Romsey and Southampton North Caroline Nokes [email protected]
Rossendale and Darwen Jake Berry [email protected]
Rother Valley Alexander Stafford [email protected]
Rugby Mark Pawsey [email protected]
Ruislip, Northwood and Pinner David Simmonds [email protected]
Runnymede and Weybridge Dr Ben Spencer [email protected]
Rushcliffe Ruth Edwards [email protected]
Rutland and Melton Alicia Kearns [email protected]
Saffron Walden Kemi Badenoch [email protected]
Salisbury John Glen [email protected]
Scarborough and Whitby Robert Goodwill [email protected]
Scunthorpe Holly Mumby-Croft [email protected]
Sedgefield Paul Howell [email protected]
Selby and Ainsty Nigel Adams [email protected]
Sevenoaks Laura Trott [email protected]
Sherwood Mark Spencer [email protected]
Shipley Philip Davies [email protected]
Shrewsbury and Atcham Daniel Kawczynski [email protected]
Sittingbourne and Sheppey Gordon Henderson [email protected]
Skipton and Ripon Julian Smith [email protected]
Sleaford and North Hykeham Dr Caroline Johnson [email protected]
Solihull Julian Knight [email protected]
Somerton and Frome David Warburton [email protected]
South Basildon and East Thurrock Stephen Metcalfe [email protected]
South Cambridgeshire Anthony Browne [email protected]
South Derbyshire Heather Wheeler [email protected]
South Dorset Richard Drax [email protected]
South East Cambridgeshire Lucy Frazer [email protected]
South East Cornwall Sheryll Murray [email protected]
South Holland and The Deepings Sir John Hayes [email protected]
South Leicestershire Alberto Costa [email protected]
South Norfolk Richard Bacon [email protected]
South Northamptonshire Andrea Leadsom [email protected]
South Ribble Katherine Fletcher [email protected]
South Staffordshire Gavin Williamson [email protected]
South Suffolk James Cartlidge [email protected]
South Swindon Robert Buckland [email protected]
South Thanet Craig Mackinlay [email protected]
South West Bedfordshire Andrew Selous [email protected]
South West Devon Sir Gary Streeter [email protected]
South West Hertfordshire Gagan Mohindra [email protected]
South West Norfolk Elizabeth Truss [email protected]
South West Surrey Jeremy Hunt [email protected]
South West Wiltshire Dr Andrew Murrison [email protected]
Southampton, Itchen Royston Smith [email protected]
Southend West Sir David Amess [email protected]
Southport Damien Moore [email protected]
Spelthorne Kwasi Kwarteng [email protected]
St Austell and Newquay Steve Double [email protected]
St Ives Derek Thomas [email protected]
Stafford Theo Clarke [email protected]
Staffordshire Moorlands Karen Bradley [email protected]
Stevenage Stephen McPartland [email protected]
Stockton South Matt Vickers [email protected]
Stoke-on-Trent Central Jo Gideon [email protected]
Stoke-on-Trent North Jonathan Gullis [email protected]
Stoke-on-Trent South Jack Brereton [email protected]
Stone Sir William Cash [email protected]
Stourbridge Suzanne Webb [email protected]
Stratford-on-Avon Nadhim Zahawi [email protected]
Stroud Siobhan Bailie [email protected]
Suffolk Coastal Dr Therese Coffey [email protected]
Surrey Heath Michael Gove [email protected]
Sutton and Cheam Paul Scully [email protected]
Sutton Coldfield Andrew Mitchell [email protected]
Tamworth Christopher Pincher [email protected]
Tatton Esther McVey [email protected]
Taunton Deane Rebecca Pow [email protected]
Telford Lucy Allan [email protected]
Tewkesbury Laurence Robertson [email protected]
The Cotswolds Sir Geoffrey Clifton-Brown [email protected]
The Wrekin Mark Pritchard [email protected]
Thirsk and Malton Kevin Hollinrake [email protected]
Thornbury and Yate Luke Hall [email protected]
Thurrock Jackie Doyle-Price [email protected]
Tiverton and Honiton Neil Parish [email protected]
Tonbridge and Malling Tom Tugendhat [email protected]
Torbay Kevin Foster [email protected]
Torridge and West Devon Geoffrey Cox [email protected]
Totnes Anthony Mangnall [email protected]
Truro and Falmouth Cherilyn Mackrory [email protected]
Tunbridge Wells Greg Clark [email protected]
Uxbridge and South Ruislip Boris Johnson [email protected]
Vale of Clwyd Dr James Davies [email protected]
Vale of Glamorgan Alun Cairns [email protected]
Wakefield Imran Ahmad Khan [email protected]
Walsall North Eddie Hughes [email protected]
Wantage David Johnston [email protected]
Warrington South Andy Carter [email protected]
Watford Dean Russell d[email protected]
Waveney Peter Aldous [email protected]
Wealden Nusrat Ghani [email protected]
Wellingborough Peter Bone [email protected]
Wells James Heappey [email protected]
Welwyn Hatfield Grant Shapps [email protected]
West Aberdeenshire and Kincardine Andrew Bowie [email protected]
West Bromwich East Nicola Richards [email protected]
West Bromwich West Shaun Bailey [email protected]
West Dorset Chris Loder [email protected]
West Suffolk Matt Hancock [email protected]
West Worcestershire Harriet Baldwin [email protected]
Weston-super-Mare John Penrose [email protected]
Wimbledon Stephen Hammond [email protected]
Winchester Steve Brine [email protected]
Windsor Adam Afriyie [email protected]
Witham Priti Patel [email protected]
Witney Robert Courts [email protected]
Woking Jonathan Lord [email protected]
Wokingham John Redwood [email protected]
Wolverhampton North East Jane Stevenson [email protected]
Wolverhampton South West Stuart Anderson [email protected]
Worcester Robin Walker [email protected]
Workington Mark Jenkinson [email protected]
Worthing West Peter Bottomley [email protected]
Wrexham Sarah Atherton [email protected]
Wycombe Steve Baker [email protected]
Wyre and Preston North Ben Wallace [email protected]
Wyre Forest Mark Garnier [email protected]
Yeovil Marcus Fysh [email protected]
Ynys Môn Virginia Crosbie [email protected]
York Outer Julian Sturdy [email protected]

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