James Sunderland asks the Leader of the House of Commons who will take ownership of the road map for a return to a fully physical Parliament.
James Sunderland backs the Government’s position on the Lords Amendments to the Bill but calls on the Government to consider a Lords compromise which would enable victims of a crime committed by an undercover officer to be able to access compensation where appropriate.
James Sunderland seeks assurance from the Government that current glitches with trade between the UK and the European Union are just teething problems and that the EU can be convinced to honour all protocols to ensure seamless free trade.
James Sunderland calls on the Government to use the Integrated Review to define the UK’s strategic role in the world; with better alignment of UK foreign and defence policy, enhanced defence expeditionary capabilities and a comprehensive defence industrial strategy to support our defence manufacturing sector.
James Sunderland recounts his experiences in Sierra Leone and Bosnia and calls for evidence and testimony from current events to be captured so that lessons are learned for the future and those who perpetrate these dreadful crimes are brought to justice.