Susan Elan Jones MP has written formally to call on the Government to protect the bee population by supporting a comprehensive ban on neonicotinoids.
The Clwyd South Labour MP said: “Bee-keeping is vital in our local area – and we need to be doing more to support the bee population and the production of honey. That’s why I want to see the Government following the science. We need a total ban on harmful pesticides, which have a severe effect on our wildlife.
Since last spring, I have been questioning the Government on another key environmental issue – the banning of microbeads (the pieces of plastic in products like shower gel and toothpaste that causes major damage to the world’s oceans). I am pleased the Government has changed its mind and decided to support a ban on these environmental menaces from 2017. However, we need the same sort of action to ban neonicotinoids. I urge the Government to act now.”
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I have had the honour of representing my home area in Parliament since May 2010. In Westminster, I have campaigned on many important issues. These include jobs; supporting local businesses; road safety and transport issues; toughening the law on child abuse; and S4C. You can follow my speeches and parliamentary questions on www.theyworkforyou.com/
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