James Sunderland backs the Bill to temporarily cut stamp duty as an incentive to get the housing market going again but urges the Chancellor to conduct a wider review to ensure it is focused on incentivising those starting on the housing ladder and encouraging social mobility.
Following the Government statement on the sale of arms to Saudi Arabia, James Sunderland asks the Minister of State for Trade Policy about the importance of Saudi Arabia to the UK as a diplomatic and trading partner in the middle east.
Speaking in the debate on the appointment of David Frost as the new National Security Adviser, James Sunderland asks about security considerations during the Brexit negotiations and the role he will have in the forthcoming Integrated Review.
Following the Health Secretary’s statement on action to tackle coronavirus, James Sunderland raises concerns at massed gatherings and people failing to take the necessary precautions on public transport and asks the Government if it is serious about reimposing wider lockdown restrictions if necessary.
Following the Minister’s statement on asylum seekers, James Sunderland asks the Government if we are doing enough to disincentivise migrants coming to the UK illegally and making the perilous journey to the UK and bring people traffickers to justice.