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'Parliament Talks Food’ was part of a wider series of free events and promotional activities highlighting Parliament’s role in debating and challenging government policy
Interested in food production and distribution? Concerned about food safety and sustainability?
A free event in Bradford on Friday 4 October 2013 demonstrated how Parliament examines and influences food policy in the UK, highlighting how MPs and Lords hold the Government to account and examine policy issues relating food, from its production to healthy eating.
The event included:
'Parliament Talks Food’ took place at City Training Services, Chapel Street, Bradford, BD1 5BY on Friday 4 October 2013.
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