This week the Government’s plan to roll out superfast broadband services to rural areas has received European Union approval.
Graham Stuart MP, who represents Beverley and Holderness, has urged MPs to get behind rural areas who might not benefit from the scheme.
An MP is claiming Ministry of Defence objections to wind turbines in East Yorks are "jeopardising the viability of businesses".
MP for Beverley and Holderness, Graham Stuart is seeking clarification from the MoD on its objections to the development of some small-scale wind turbines.
"There are a number of small to medium sized enterprises who want to put up a small turbine to meet their own energy needs but these developments are being blocked by the Ministry of Defence due to the possibility of interference to their new radar system at RAF Staxton Wold.
Following the Government's decision to tax the sale of static caravans at 5% instead of 20% Beverley and Holderness MP Graham Stuart had this to say: