Jack has recently been lobbying Victoria Atkins, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Crime, Safeguarding and Vulnerability at the Home Office, to have Monkey Dust reclassified as a Class A drug.
Member of Parliament for Stoke-on-Trent South, Jack Brereton, has today welcomed assurances from the Government that local manufacturers in the Potteries will not lose out to unfair trade practices when the UK leaves the European Union.
Our city has six towns. Six unique centres, with six high streets and suburbs clustered around six distinct locations. To people from the Potteries, this is entirely normal. In fact, we are rightly proud of our city and the communities we are from.
MP for Stoke-on-Trent South Jack Brereton has called a debate in Parliament to urge the Government to support Potteries’ ceramics manufacturers in new trade deals with the rest of the world. With the UK leaving the EU, Jack said, now is the time to push for free and fair trade at the World Trade
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