James Sunderland supports a Bill that creates a legal duty for employers to take all reasonable steps to prevent sexual harassment of their employees in the workplace, but raises concerns at making employers’ liable for harassment by third parties.
James Sunderland backs the Strikes (Minimum Service Levels) Bill which will ensure that ordinary people living in Bracknell and right across the UK have a fundamental right to be able to send their children to school, to be taken to hospital in an ambulance if they fall sick, and to go to London on the train if they want to go to work.
James Sunderland MP highlights the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Veterans’ survey of the experience of veterans across the UK when claiming compensation, war pensions and other fiscal support from Veterans UK and secures a meeting with the Veterans Minister to discuss its findings.
James Sunderland expresses his disappointment that Bracknell was not successful in its bid to secure funding from the levelling up fund and secures a meeting with the Minister to discuss improving prospects ahead of round 3.
James Sunderland asks the Transport Secretary what he is doing to work with South Western Railway to improve the rail service on the line between Bracknell and Waterloo where figures for November and December last year show that more than 90% of trains ran up to 15 minutes late.
James Sunderland MP promotes the All-Party Parliamentary Group for Veterans survey to gauge the experiences of military veterans when dealing with ‘Veterans UK', the organisation that deals with compensation, war pensions and broader financial support on behalf of the Ministry of Defence.