James Sunderland raises concerns about the dangers of online gaming and gambling addiction and calls for an outright ban on gambling incentives such as loot boxes.
James Sunderland calls for sustained Government funding and good local solutions to solve the problem of homelessness and he urges the Government to overturn the recent spending review decision to freeze the value of local housing allowance.
James Sunderland urges the Government to invest in the British defence industry and plan ahead by designing for export with the most cost-effective kit that money can buy. He says: “we must build British, buy British and sell British to put us back on the map.”
Following the Prime Minister’s statement to the House of Commons on the Government’s covid winter plan, James Sunderland calls on the PM to look at having vaccination stamps in passports, or an equivalent scheme, to enable international travel to resume which is vital for the recovery of our aviation, hospitality, leisure and business sectors.
James supports International Men’s Day which raises awareness and funds for charities supporting men and boys and promotes a positive conversation about men, manhood and masculinity as well as the challenges such as shorter life expectancies, infertility and workplace death.
As a member of the House of Commons Procedure Committee, James Sunderland welcomes the decision to extend virtual and remote participation for MPs who are shielding, but seeks assurances that these changes are only temporary.
James Sunderland calls on the Government to ensure that the interests of British Overseas Territories are fully factored in all future trade deals and continuity agreements.