Today’s Prime Minister’s Questions saw Catherine McKinnell MP ask Prime Minister Boris Johnson if he would meet with Minister for Hospitality petitioners.
Catherine McKinnell MP asks Boris Johnson if he would meet with petitioners who want a dedicated minister for hospitality
— BBC Politics (@BBCPolitics) January 13, 2021
During the Minister for Hospitality debate earlier this week McKinnell showed herself to be a true champion of hospitality, leading the debate which after 90 minutes saw all 20 MPs that took part vote unanimously in favour of the motion.
On 6 October 2020 Claire Bosi, Editor, Chef & Restaurant Magazine created a petition to Parliament to host the Minister for Hospitality debate, requiring 100,000 signatures to be considered. By 16 December, the signature target was achieved, and the debate was held 11 January 2021.
Full details of the debate and video clips of key contributions to it from Catherine McKinnell MP, Tobias Ellwood MP, and Lucy Powell MP can be seen here.
Those wanting to watch the entire debate can do so here.
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