Early day motion 1233


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Total number of signatures: 112

Bailey, Adrian Bardell, Hannah Benn, Hilary Black, Mhairi
Blackman, Bob Blackman, Kirsty Brake, Tom Brock, Deidre
Brown, Alan Campbell, Ronnie Chapman, Douglas Cherry, Joanna
Coaker, Vernon Cooper, Rosie Crausby, David Crawley, Angela
Cruddas, Jon Cunningham, Jim Davey, Edward Davies, Philip
Day, Martyn Doughty, Stephen Edwards, Jonathan Ellman, Louise
Evans, Nigel Farrelly, Paul Farron, Tim Field, Frank
Flynn, Paul Gapes, Mike George, Ruth Glindon, Mary
Godsiff, Roger Goldsmith, Zac Grady, Patrick Green, Kate
Grogan, John Hanson, David Hayes, Helen Hayes, John
Henderson, Gordon Hendrick, Mark Hendry, Drew Hepburn, Stephen
Hill, Mike Hobhouse, Wera Hoey, Kate Howarth, George
Jarvis, Dan Jones, Graham Kerr, Stephen Kinnock, Stephen
Knight, Greg Lake, Ben Law, Chris Lewis, Ivan
Linden, David Lloyd, Stephen Lucas, Caroline Lucas, Ian
MacNeil, Angus Main, Anne Mann, John Marsden, Gordon
Martin, Sandy McDonagh, Siobhain McDonald, Stuart McGovern, Alison
McKinnell, Catherine Monaghan, Carol Moran, Layla Morris, Grahame M
Murray, Ian O'Hara, Brendan O'Mara, Jared Owen, Albert
Pearce, Teresa Penning, Mike Perkins, Toby Phillips, Jess
Rimmer, Marie Russell-Moyle, Lloyd Saville Roberts, Liz Shannon, Jim
Sharma, Virendra Sheppard, Tommy Skinner, Dennis Slaughter, Andy
Smeeth, Ruth Smith, Owen Snell, Gareth Sobel, Alex
Spellar, John Spelman, Caroline Stephens, Christopher Stevens, Jo
Streeter, Gary Streeting, Wes Stringer, Graham Swinson, Jo
Thewliss, Alison Twigg, Stephen Twist, Liz Vickers, Martin
Walker, Thelma Western, Matt Whitfield, Martin Whitford, Philippa
Williams, Hywel Williamson, Chris Wilson, Sammy Zeichner, Daniel

This House notes that pubs are at the heart of communities across the UK; welcomes ongoing cross-party efforts to protect the British pub; acknowledges that an increasing number of pubs are diversifying in order to provide an ever more valuable and enjoyable offer to their customers; further notes that pubs provide employment for over 900,000 people and contribute £23 billion to the economy; however, acknowledges that latest research by the Campaign for Real Ale highlights that 18 pubs are still closing every week; recognises that recent changes in planning law and taxation have helped the industry, but more still needs to be done to help pubs; and therefore calls on the Government to take further steps to support pubs which reduces the tax burden will enshrine the valuable role the great British pub plays in UK society.