James Sunderland questions the Government about helping businesses recruit enough staff and efforts to get as many people as possible back into the workplace.
James Sunderland challenges the Shadow Minister on the Opposition's position on drawing a line under legacy issues in Northern Ireland and moving on, and on the Government’s efforts to stop vexatious complaints being made against British servicemen.
Following the Defence Secretary’s statement on the publication of the refreshed defence Command Paper, James Sunderland seeks reassurance that the MOD remains committed to a fully deployable, scalable and sustainable armoured division at readiness to be able to fulfil all the expectations placed upon it, both by our NATO allies and our own defence tasks.
Following the Government statement on the interim report of the Post Office Horizon IT scandal inquiry relating to compensation, James Sunderland calls for criminal charges to be brought against the Post Office and its IT advisers as a way of accelerating the process.
James Sunderland questions the Foreign Office about the movement of malaria in parts of the US and across Europe and seeks confirmation that the Government is serious about eradicating malaria and neglected tropical diseases across the world.