Following the Government statement on the new UK concussion guidelines for grassroots sport, James Sunderland highlights the varied risks between sports, and calls for the individual sporting governing bodies be responsible for regulation and calls for the review to look at the medical cover that is routinely available at grassroots sports events.
James Sunderland intervenes in an Opposition Day debate to highlight the progress on monitoring of sewage outflows which has gone from nothing in 2010 to what will be almost 100% next year and the Government’s action to improve water quality including the imposition of £150 million in punitive fines on water companies and the sponsored investment of more than £56 billion, over decades, into the water network.
Following the Government update on the resettlement of Afghan nationals who were evacuated in Operation Pitting, James Sunderland highlights the need to distinguish, in law, between those who come here illegally and those who come here legally, so that we can do more for those who served alongside British forces in Afghanistan.
James Sunderland welcomes plans to reform the private rented sector, giving renters greater security and safer, higher-quality homes, but calls on the Government to ensure that the new laws are balanced and asks what is being done to protect landlords against tenants who do not fulfil their responsibilities.
James Sunderland makes interventions in a debate marking 20 years since the beginning of Operation Telic in Iraq recalling his own experiences, paying tribute to all those who did not come back, and seeking assurances from the Minister that there must be a good reason for the deployment of armed forces in the future.
James Sunderland highlights that in 2021 more than 600,000 people worldwide died of malaria, and calls on the Government to renew the UK Government’s commitment towards meeting the 2030 Commonwealth goal of ending malaria and provide maximum support to the Global Fund.