Barry took part in numerous question and answer sessions this week in his roles on the Environmental Audit Committee as well as The Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee.
In the first session Barry asked questions regarding fishing quotas and potential barriers to automatic access as well as focussing on how the proposals currently advocated by the Government in their negotiations with the European Union are to benefit us. He was also granted a supplementary question in which he enquired whether changes should be made to The Fisheries Bill due to the answers given by experts.
During the Environmental Audit, Barry grilled experts on environmental waste and why it is that the current system doesn’t seem to be working and why the U.K. continuously misses targets as well as raising concerns over information, or the lack of it being given to consumers. All the footage can be viewed below.