James Sunderland welcomes the Government’s green agenda, but raises concerns at the increased costs for the automotive industry, businesses and consumers of the banning of the sale of diesel and petrol cars from 2030.
James Sunderland asks if the EU refuses to accept that we are now a sovereign nation, maybe a clean break is the only option and perhaps returning to the table in 2021, as a sovereign nation, to secure a deal that other sovereign nations have already achieved.
James Sunderland calls for sustained Government funding and good local solutions to solve the problem of homelessness and he urges the Government to overturn the recent spending review decision to freeze the value of local housing allowance.
James Sunderland urges the Government to invest in the British defence industry and plan ahead by designing for export with the most cost-effective kit that money can buy. He says: “we must build British, buy British and sell British to put us back on the map.”