James Sunderland asks the Treasury how long after inflation falls will we see interest rates come down.
James Sunderland, who is a member of the House of Commons Procedure Committee, highlights the importance of ensuring that MPs who are accused of misconduct are treated fairly and that their rights are protected. He proposed a number of reforms to the current process that are necessary to ensure that the House of Commons is a fair and just workplace.
James Sunderland raises concerns at substandard military accommodation at Sandhurst, highlights failings in the Pinnacle Service Families contract over Christmas last year and calls on the Government to use the summer period to plan ahead with the contractors to make sure the problems to not reoccur.
James Sunderland calls on the UK Government to better cement our relationships with our Overseas Territories partners for mutual benefit and to seize the opportunities available from these diverse and strategically essential members of the British family of nations.
Following the Defence Secretary’s statement on Russia’s attacks on civilians and critical national infrastructure in Ukraine, James Sunderland welcomes reassurances that the long-range Storm Shadow missiles being donated by the UK will only be used on targets inside Ukraine and asks if this deployment might pre-empt other medium and long-range weapons being deployed from other NATO nations.
James Sunderland takes the opportunity of an Urgent Question on the awarding of bonuses to Post Office executives to raise the issue of Post Office and Royal Mail executive pay and bonuses when constituents are complaining about mail not being delivered.
Following his recent visit to DEBRA headquarters, James Sunderland speaks in an adjournment debate to back calls for the Government to help fund drug repurposing trials for treatments for epidermolysis bullosa (EB).
James Sunderland congratulates the Foreign Office and Ministry of Defence on the successful evacuation of civilians from Sudan, and seeks assurance that a full threat assessment will be conducted before any decision to put British forces back into Khartoum.