James Sunderland backs the Second Reading of the Armed Forces Bill which delivers the recommendations of the Lyons review of the Service Justice System and honours the Government's commitment to enshrine the Armed Forces Covenant in law.
James Sunderland recounts his experiences in Sierra Leone and Bosnia and calls for evidence and testimony from current events to be captured so that lessons are learned for the future and those who perpetrate these dreadful crimes are brought to justice.
James Sunderland asks the Government what incentives are being considered by the Treasury to attract new companies to the UK and retain those already here to make the most of the Government's new trade deals and make the new EU trade deal work.
As we enter Northern Ireland’s centenary year, James Sunderland is optimistic about the new EU trade deal, of dual trade in Northern Ireland and the relative peace and prosperity, so we can look forward with confidence as one Union.
James Sunderland joins colleague Jonathan Gullis MP in a debate in Westminster Hall to promote their Private Member’s Bill to better protect our war memorials with the introduction of a specific offence of desecrating a war memorial.
James Sunderland welcomes the Government’s approach to equality that moves beyond a focus on protected characteristics and calls on the Government to never bow to those who suggest that white people should feel guilty for being white or to those who peddle the notion of white privilege as “we are all in this together”.