James Sunderland speaks on behalf of the Chair of the Procedure Committee in support of a motion to extend proxy voting in Parliament to MPs suffering long-term illness or injury.
Following the Foreign Secretary’s statement on the situation in Russia, James Sunderland asks the Foreign Secretary if he feels that this now makes a Ukrainian victory in Ukraine more or less likely.
James Sunderland calls on the Government to support all those going through the menopause, including the wider availability of hormone replacement therapy, and asks about offering paid leave to those who need time off work to attend clinics for medical support.
Following the Government statement on the Sheldon Review into the Ajax armoured fighting vehicle programme, James Sunderland highlights that having now been the focus of so much care and attention it will be an excellent platform and, when in full production, a great opportunity for export.
Speaking in a debate on the UK’s military operations around the world, James Sunderland outlines the proud record of military performance overseas over the past 30 years, but warns that the UK cannot afford to take its security for granted and calls for an increased defence budget to increase the size of the army, and improve its logistics capabilities.