Following the Prime Minister’s statement on Israel and Gaza, James Sunderland calls for restraint and objective leadership so that humanitarian support can be provided to Gaza, Hamas defeated and hostages returned home.
Following the Prime Minister’s statement on the G20 and possible changes to global governance institutions, James Sunderland calls on the PM to ensure that the UN Security Council remains a viable framework for global security, and that Britain’s seat at the table is not negotiable.
Following the Government statement responding to claims of an ongoing counter-terrorism police investigation involving a parliamentary researcher conducting espionage on behalf of China, James Sunderland asks if enough is being done in relation to the governance of MPs’ physical security, surveillance and counter-surveillance, malware and IT on phones and other Trojan viruses.
James Sunderland highlights the importance of continuity of education allowance for service families and raises concerns that an attack on private schools will make it harder to educate service children.
Speaking in a debate on support for veterans, James Sunderland highlights help available from agencies, charities and organisations such as RBL and SSAFA and calls on the MOD to reach out more to those who have left with a single point of contact so people do not feel so isolated from the organisation they served.