James Sunderland thanks the Royal Berkshire Fire and Rescue Service for hosting the new veterans’ hub at Crowthorne fire station, and asks the Government what additional provision is available for communities wanting to provide local support for veterans.
James Sunderland expresses his concerns at the imminent prospect of a nuclear armed Iran and calls on the international community to take a pragmatic approach by engaging with Iran and extending the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPoA) sunset clauses.
James Sunderland speaks in the Committee Stage of the Bill which aims to address the legacy of the Northern Ireland Troubles, and raises a number of questions about the details of the Bill, most notably the conditions required before granting a person immunity and the level of proof and need for independent evidence and corroboration of that person’s account.
Following his recent attendance at the Malaria Summit in Kigali, James Sunderland calls on the UK Government to fulfil its full commitment to the Global Fund so that the world can take advantage of recent advances, education and vaccines and eradicate malaria forever.
James Sunderland questions the President of COP26 about how smaller businesses can be helped and persuaded towards climate neutrality when key decisions may not be in their immediate economic interest.
Speaking in a debate commemorating the 40th anniversary of the Falklands War, James Sunderland intervenes to pay tribute to all those who lost their lives and highlights the importance of maintaining our forces at the very highest readiness, with the best kit and the best training, so that if the Falklands or anything like it happens again, we are ready.