Thomas Tugendhat

Minister of State (Home Office) (Security)

Ceidwadwyr MP ar gyfer Tonbridge and Malling

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Standards for Imported Goods

There have been votes in Parliament on if the standards applying to imported goods should equal those applying in the United Kingdom.

Thomas Tugendhat generally voted against requiring imported goods to meet domestic standards

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Major votes

  • On 9 Chw 2021: Thomas Tugendhat wedi pleidleisio to require international trade agreements to be consistent with maintaining the NHS and the UK's levels of legal protection for human, animal or plant life or health, the environment, employment and labour, data and children and vulnerable adults online. Show vote
  • On 4 Tach 2020: Thomas Tugendhat was absent for a vote on Agriculture Bill — After Clause 42 — Duty to Seek Equivalence on Agri-Food Standards in Relation to Future Trade Show vote
  • On 12 Hyd 2020: Thomas Tugendhat wedi pleidleisio not to require agricultural and food imports to meet or exceed relevant domestic standards. Show vote
  • On 20 Gor 2020: Thomas Tugendhat wedi pleidleisio not to require imported agricultural goods to meet animal health and welfare, environmental, plant health, food safety and other standards which are at least as high as those which apply to UK produced agricultural goods. Show vote

Minor votes

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