James Sunderland backs the Bill which allows the UK to take back control of its borders and end uncontrolled immigration but calls for flexibility in the legislation to be able to respond to needs in the employment market at any given time.
Following the Chancellor of the Exchequer's statement on the Government’s economic package in response to the covid-19 outbreak, James Sunderland raises concerns about the future of commercial airlines and calls for more support for the aviation sector.
James Sunderland questions the Defence Procurement Minister about the implications for the Government’s Integrated Review of security, defence, development and foreign policy of the current military deployment in support of the civil power.
Speaking in the House of Commons, James Sunderland backs the Fire Safety Bill and calls for further legislation to make electrical safety checks obligatory for all tower blocks and for extra funding to be made available to Fire and Rescue Services to enable them to carry out the new powers invested in them in this Bill.
James Sunderland seeks confirmation from the Secretary of State for Defence that the strategic defence and security review will be aligned to a defence industrial strategy that has British manufacturing at its heart.