Mr. Speaker, former Conservative fisheries minister Thomas Siddon is again sounding the alarm on the Conservatives' Trojan Horse bill. Last night he testified that he deplored this attack on environmental protection and that rushing these changes through is “not becoming of a Conservative government”.
His message to the Prime Minister was clear, that he should take his time and get it right.
Will the Prime Minister take the advice of his Conservative colleague? Will he split this reckless bill and allow for proper study?