James Sunderland welcomes the Government’s plan to recover and reform NHS dentistry and seeks confirmation that dentists will be properly incentivised so that it will be quicker and easier for all who need it to access an NHS dentist.
Following the Defence Secretary’s statement on the situation in the Red Sea, James Sunderland seeks confirmation that the focus is on Houthi targets directly engaged in attacking international shipping and that this action will result in increased security in the Red sea.
Following the Government statement on the proposed sale of the Telegraph Media Group to RedBird IMI, James Sunderland raises concerns about the impact of foreign ownership of our institutions and businesses on our national resilience, strategic independence and critical infrastructure.
James Sunderland takes the opportunity of Prime Minister’s Questions to promote Bracknell as a place of aspiration, opportunity and enterprise and asks the PM to do more to put more money in people's pockets by cutting the tax burden further as soon as fiscal conditions allow.
James Sunderland highlights, and expresses gratitude for, the important role the US plays in the security of Europe and, ahead of the NATO Summit in Washington, calls on the Government to put pressure on the US to fulfil its commitment to Ukraine in 2024.
Following the Minister’s statement on the Post Office Horizon scandal, James Sunderland welcomes the robust approach being taken by the Government to ensure that compensation will be paid quickly to all victims; wrongful convictions will be overturned; and ensuring those responsible will be held to account and justice will be done. He further calls for the judicial system, that presided over so many wrongful convictions, to be reviewed.
Following the Ministerial statement on the impact of Storm Henk on communities across the UK, James Sunderland asks about discussions the Government is having with Thames Water to better protect our public health infrastructure from rainwater and floodwater and therefore limiting discharges from outflows.