"We must not allow our democracy to be diminished because a terrorist attack has occurred," the former prime minister has said.
More and more vegan alternatives to fish and seafood have been announced, at a time when the government will not ask UK people to eat less meat when publishing its new decarbonisation plan next week.
She said comments MPs receive are “cruel and relentless”.
Raab blamed the European Court for UK's lack of progress, after Boris Johnson told him to rewrite the law in order to overhaul the Human Rights Act.
The Met said Senior National Coordinator for Counter Terrorism Policing, Deputy Assistant Commissioner Dean Haydon, had formally declared the incident as terrorism.
The government is set to not ask UK people to eat less meat, despite the big carbon footprint beef and dairy products have.
In August, prime minister Boris Johnson urged the world to take climate action "now" after a UN report revealed a "code red for humanity" - but a leaked paper now suggests that chasing post-Brexit economic benefits takes priority.
According to the Bank of England, higher borrowing during the pandemic is to blame for putting more businesses at risk.
“This is one of the reasons why we have staff shortages," Labour's Alexandra Bulat said about environment secretary's George Eustice recent statement to the nation.