James Sunderland speaks in a debate on the public health restrictions and calls on the Government to review the rules on gyms and exercise, to provide more support for high street businesses competing against online giants and to maximise testing in schools and roll out vaccinations for teachers at the earliest opportunity.
Speaking in a debate on the Chinese Government’s use of Uyghur slave labour in Xinjiang province, James Sunderland asks the Minister about the Chinese Government’s reaction when confronted with the evidence.
Following a Government statement on immigration and supported accommodation, James Sunderland call for a decisive push to fix the broken immigration system and process more quickly the 60,000 asylum seekers currently in supported accommodation.
James Sunderland praises local people for their pragmatism, social responsibility, patience and community spirit in tackling the covid-19 virus and welcomes the new covid-19 Lighthouse laboratory at Brants Bridge which will bring 300 new jobs.
James Sunderland welcomes the Government’s green agenda, but raises concerns at the increased costs for the automotive industry, businesses and consumers of the banning of the sale of diesel and petrol cars from 2030.
James Sunderland asks if the EU refuses to accept that we are now a sovereign nation, maybe a clean break is the only option and perhaps returning to the table in 2021, as a sovereign nation, to secure a deal that other sovereign nations have already achieved.