I have recently graduated from the Armed Forces Parliamentary Scheme. The scheme is intended to help parliamentarians understand the work of the armed forces and around 300 MPs have taken part since it began in 1989.
I have recently joined the Public Bill Committee for the Agriculture Bill. Public Bill Committees are tasked with scrutinising proposed Acts of Parliament and members sit for lengthy sessions during which they question expert witnesses and discuss the Bill line by line.
In the event that we fail to reach a deal with the EU, there are no WTO defaults for the aviation industry to rely on so yesterday in the House of Commons during Oral Questions to the Department for Exiting the European Union I asked Minister Suella Braverman what discussions are taking place wit
September marks blood cancer awareness month and I met with Anthony Nolan, leading blood cancer charity, to discuss what more could be done to expand the stem cell register and save the lives of those suffering from this terrible disease.
During this week's session of Prime Minister's Questions in the House of Commons Chamber, I sought assurances from the Prime Minister about the increased levels of support that will be available to victims of crime under the newly announced Victims Strategy.
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