You can read Robert's speeches and appearances in Parliament below:
Q Is there any reason why people are much more open to these types of advances in medicine, for example, than in food production?
Q Just before we finish on the issue of labelling, I see that France has introduced regulations to allow misleading words, such as sausa
Q To follow smoothly on from that, British farmers pride themselves on having the highest welfare standards in the world.
Q It saves piglets’ lives, though, does it not?
Q Key to the structure of agriculture in many parts of the country is the traditional family farm.
Q We occasionally hear of outbreaks of food poisoning, but this is the Agriculture Bill, which relates to food only once it passes the f
Q So is food safer now than it was, say, 10 or 20 years ago, or do we have increasing problems?
Q Mr Monbiot, you are on record as saying that “farming is no longer essential to human survival”.
Q On Tuesday, we had evidence from Jake Fiennes, the general manager for conservation for the Holkham Estate.
Q Conversion to organic farming is quite an expensive process, because during that conversion period one cannot sell organic products.