Environment & Energy Questions

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Environment & Energy Questions

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Order! Questions to the Secretary of State for the Environment & Energy
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Alex Cardigan
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Madam Speaker,

Wildlife in this country is under threat, despite the vital importance of protecting the unique and rare species that our nation is known for. In large part this is due to environmental degradation. Would the Secretary of State be willing to look into proposals to re-forest parts of Britain's ancient woodlands, and look into re-introduce lost species to our wildlands, including Saddleworth Moor?
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I apologise to the Honourable Gentleman. The Environment Secretary is unable to be here today, so I will have to answer for him.

The government makes not just protecting but strengthening the environment a key priority. The proposals floated by the Honourable Gentleman are interesting, and the government will be happy to take them on board and consider them.
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