Cabinet Office and Business Questions, Urgent Question on Energy Prices and Suppliers, and Westminster Hall, 23/09/21

Yesterday I had several opportunities to press the UK Government on a number of important topics and brought two specific constituent cases to their attention. The first order of business on Thursday was Cabinet Office oral questions. I took the opportunity to highlight a constituent case sent to the Office for Veteran Affairs in early … Read more

Prime Minister’s Questions, 22/09/21

I was honoured to have the opportunity to put a question to the Deputy Prime Minister at PMQs today. With Christmas drawing ever closer, I decided to highlight the dangers of unregulated children’s toys being sold on online marketplaces and asked what steps the Government are taking to ensure toys sold are safe and age … Read more

BEIS Questions, Aviation, Afghanistan and Opposition Day Debate, 21/09/21

Another busy day in Parliament yesterday, and I was delighted to have had the opportunity to speak on a broad range of issues. First we had oral questions to the Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy. I pressed the Minister on the difficulties the steel industry has in decarbonising, as it faces … Read more

Business Questions & Ministerial Statement on Brexit, 16/09/21

Yesterday I was grateful for the opportunity to put a question to the Leader of the House of Commons, at the weekly Business Questions. I highlighted a recent case in my constituency where two children had eaten a bag of drug-laced sweets, inadvertently mistaking them for normal ones. I asked the Leader to schedule a … Read more

Westminster Hall Debates, 14/09/21

Yesterday I was honoured to speak in the Westminster Hall debate on reducing fire risk in high-rise social housing. It was important to me that the human cost of Grenfell and vulnerable social housing tenants were at the forefront of the debate, and it was this point I sought to really highlight in my speech. … Read more