EASTBOURNE MP Caroline Ansell has questioned the Health Secretary in the House of Commons about Covid 19.
Caroline Ansell said: “In the House of Commons on Thursday, in an urgent question to the Health Secretary, I raised how restrictions could be localised as our own rates continue to be low.
Our hospitality sector has worked hard to be COVID secure and as safe as possible and restrictions should be tailored to combat local flare-ups.”
Caroline has been reflecting on the week in Parliament,
She said: “Earlier in the week, the Internal Market Bill passed to the House of Lords for further scrutiny and debate – I voted in favour as it enables businesses to trade freely across the UK and more than ever they need that certainty to help save jobs and livelihoods.
“The week in Westminster has been a busy one, highlighting the important and varied work the Government is doing – with the Prime Minister setting out plans to transform the training and skills system including the Lifetime Skills Guarantee, the latest round of negotiations with the EU began and the UK and Norway signed an historic fisheries agreement.”