Jonathan Djanogly intervenes in a debate on the Genetic Technology (Precision Breeding) Bill to seek assurances for those working in new technologies such as the cultured meat industry who are concerned about the impact of the Bill on their research and trade.
Jonathan Djanogly welcomes the Government response to the Iranian authorities actions against protests regarding the death of Mahsa Amini, and calls on the Government to work with other countries to encourage them to follow suit.
Jonathan Djanogly recounts his experiences in Kyiv and the huge challenges facing Ukraine in the coming months. He calls on the UK to redouble our efforts to help ensure a speedy victory for Ukraine as soon as possible and enable its restoration as a modern democratic country.
Jonathan Djanogly broadly supports the free trade agreement that we have signed with Australia, but calls for a review of the scrutiny process of FTAs calling for a similar system to that used by other democracies where there is detailed scrutiny and a Parliamentary vote before the FTA is signed.
Following the Urgent Question on the UK’s and NATO’s military commitment to Ukraine, Jonathan Djanogly backs the Government’s position and asks about the possibility of Russia using tactical nuclear weapons in Ukraine and seeks confirmation that plans are in place with our allies to deal with that in the horrific event of their use.
Speaking in a House of Commons debate on Ukraine, Jonathan Djanogly says the free west has massively misunderstood the nature and implications of the demise of the Soviet empire and failed to take sufficient action to counter Russian aggression in Chechnya, Georgia and Crimea. There must be no more weakness and no more ignoring threats. The days of pandering to Russia are over.