Disability rights, the environment and the EU | December part 2
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Welcome back to our December episode. In part 2, we hear from Lord Teverson, chair of the EU Environment Sub-Committee, about what brought him to the Lords, his committee's work, plus why fisheries and chlorinated chicken have been big subjects in Brexit negotiations. We also continue our interviews for Disability History Month with Baroness Campbell of Surbiton. Jane Campbell is a lifelong disability rights campaigner and we hear about her journey from protesting on Westminster Bridge to the House of Lords, and what more can be done for disability rights today. Want to find out more about topics in this episode? - Read more about the EU Environment Sub-Committee - Read more from members of the House of Lords about Disability History Month See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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