James Sunderland questions the Government about efforts to ensure children are safe on the internet and, specifically, that internet companies that break the law will be heavily prosecuted and heavily fined.
During Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Questions, James Sunderland asks what the Department is doing to support the Department for International Trade to incentivise foreign investment in UK manufacturing.
James Sunderland calls for faster opening up of the travel sector; in particular people from countries with successful vaccination roll-outs should be able to come to the UK, there should be greater clarity on when countries are likely to be moved to the travel green-list and there needs to be more support for those employed in the sector.
Following the Government statement on the recent escalation in violence in Israel and the occupied Palestinian territories, James Sunderland calls on the Government to press for both sides to return to direct peace talks.
James Sunderland welcomes the Government’s New Plan for Immigration but raises concerns at the scale of the model currently under consultation which is out of proportion and would severely impact the resources of a small unitary authority with no council-owned stock such as Bracknell Forest.