James Sunderland praises the UK’s leading role in the coalition response, warns against being inadvertently sucked into direct conflict with Russia and calls on the UK to be ready for what comes next if Putin attacks a NATO country.
Following the Foreign Secretary’s update to Parliament on the UK’s efforts in support of Ukraine, James Sunderland seeks assurance that the UK, US and allies will not blink when it comes to ejecting Russian forces from Ukraine, and ensuring that Ukraine is restored as quickly as possible to a free, democratic and proud nation.
Following the Defence Secretary’s statement on the latest situation regarding Russia’s actions towards Ukraine, James Sunderland asks about planning for a possible cross-border refugee and humanitarian catastrophe.
Following the Government statement on the Integration White Paper setting out plans for the integration of the NHS and adult social care sector, James Sunderland asks about plans to share the best practice from the best-performing ICSs, to keep costs down and improve efficiency across the network.
James Sunderland calls on the Government to invest in special educational needs and mental health provision for children as never before, for every local authority to review their SEND provision, and for a focus on reducing waiting times for an assessment by Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS).