The Environment Bill should not prevent levelling up

I hope that some of the Bill’s philosophical tensions can be debated in this Chamber. The problem with having a cross-party consensus on environmental issues is that all the arguments feel like a competition to outgreen one another, with no real challenges. That is not helped by a broader crass demonisation of critics, outside of here, who are called deniers who want to concrete over the countryside. I hope there will be more nuance, and none of that, in this Chamber.

Hopefully Claire Fox could be one of Mahyar’s guests.