News

Environment Secretary Introduces Natasha’s Law  

Today Environment Secretary Michael Gove announced Natasha’s Law, which requires food businesses to include full ingredient labelling on pre-packaged foods; in order to better protect those suffering from food allergies.

Caroline Celebrates Thank a Teacher Day

This Thank a Teacher Day, Wednesday 19 June, Caroline Dinenage has paid tribute to teachers across Gosport, whose hard work means that more children are gaining the education they need to get on in life.  

Further Protection Announced For Sensitive Sea Life

On Saturday, Secretary of State for Environment, Michael Gove announced the Government’s next steps in protecting our precious marine environment across England. A review will be launched to examine if stronger protections could be introduced to better protect sensitive sea life.

MP visits Energy Facility

Local MP, Caroline Dinenage, visited the Energy and Materials Recovery Facility in Portsmouth on Friday.

Supermarkets Sign Pledge To Drive Down Food Waste 

More than 100 of the biggest players in food have signed a government pledge to drive down food waste. Supermarkets such as Aldi, Asda, Co-op, Sainsburys, Tesco and M&S have committed to help halve food waste by 2030 and ‘Step up to the Plate.’

Caroline Celebrates New Greenhouse Gas Commitment

“We have reached an unprecedented time in our history, where our environment is critically threatened by human actions. We need to take action fast and now, which is why I am so pleased that the Government is strengthening its commitment to combating climate change.” Caroline Dinenage MP

Caroline Welcomes Fareham College Funding

Local MP, Caroline Dinenage, has welcomed the news that neighbouring constituency college, Fareham College, has been awarded funding from part of the £2.5 million Strategic College Improvement Fund (SCIF).