You can read Robert's speeches and appearances in Parliament below:
Q How self-sufficient are we in organic foodstuffs? I know there are some things we cannot produce in the UK.
On Tuesday we took evidence on public goods, and we primarily looked at environmental enhancements or public access.
Q So could you see a situation where many farmers could access drainage grants but you could actually block out bits of land where you w
Q Following on from that, obviously there are specific locations where you would wish that work to be carried out.
Q Finally, another aspect of the Bill is concerned with capital grants to farmers to improve their productivity and levels of production
Q Do you think that because in the past, we have had a deficiency payment scheme—or, for some commodities, intervention buying—farmers h
Q Would you say that the provisions in the Bill give a great opportunity for farmers in Wales to take advantage of this sort of scheme,
Q Farmers in other European Union countries have perhaps been more successful than farmers in the UK at attracting the capital funding t
We have already heard that a major element of the rent that is paid relates to the amount of direct payments that the tenant—
Q I can understand that a tenant retiring would not necessarily be able to afford to buy a house out of the proceeds, but if he was on t