· Agriculture and agriculture: Many farmers in my riding are concerned about what the future will bring. They have no guarantees for future payment methods and risk seeing free trade agreements open the door to lower food standards by dismantling the protection of the agreement and the consequences of derogating EU export standards from the EU. Farmers and those who work in agriculture deserve some certainty as to where we are going and the knowledge that their industry will not experience another crisis. · Free Trade Agreement: One of the reasons I am determined not to put tariffs on workers` rights is a fundamental political reality that looks in our face: this government is full of free market fundamentalists (people who think that the disrupted economy and free trade should be encouraged at all costs). They are Thatcherites who have a very different vision of the future of this country where we enter into free trade agreements with countries, particularly the United States, on the basis of deregulation, reduction of labour standards and environmental protection. They think that lowering workers` rights is a small price to make us more competitive. @laurapidcockmp facebook.com/LauraPidcockMP Often, voters make me think differently about issues, and can change the way I handle and vote. Note to journalists and researchers: the data on this page can be used freely, provided TheyWorkForYou.com is mentioned as a source. But what is lost along the way is the political motivations behind why or not people can support the withdrawal agreement — because much of the media coverage is superficial and focuses less on the impact that the law will have on people and communities, and much more on the impact of relations within political parties and the particular drama of that day. · Review of the Act: What we saw last week was this government`s attempt to pass a very large law so quickly that members of Parliament were not able to look at the details closely.
That is literally our role as representatives of our constituents and our parties. I and other northern members of Parliament must have known about the impact of this agreement on our region, our industries and the rights of workers in these workplaces. This was denied to us by Johnson`s attempt to weaken Parliament. They could have changed the timetable so that Parliament could properly consider the bill, which might have allowed it to continue. MP Laura Pidcock`s office informed us that Laura was not available for a vote in the House of Commons from July 2018 to January 2019. Laura also did not ask any written questions during this period. This affects the numerology section of this MP. The Labour MP for North West Durham, Laura Pidcock, writes for ChronicleLive: I have over 70,000 employers and I am accountable to them. That is not to say that I will not contradict the people in my riding, but it does mean that they can wait for an explanation from me, whether it is on newspaper columns like this one, on social media, in the House of Commons or in person. TheyWorkForYou automatically calculated this MP`s attitude based on all votes on the subject.