James Sunderland praises Bracknell as the silicon valley of the Thames valley and the home of great international companies such as 3M, Dell, Honda and Panasonic and asks the Government about efforts to encourage international R&D investment in the UK.
James Sunderland intervenes in a debate in support of training additional doctors and also raises concerns at the high salaries being paid to locums which is a disincentive for doctors to get contracts for local surgeries and the need to bring doctors back from retirement and other professions.
James Sunderland intervenes on the Shadow Minister in the debate on the Strikes (Minimum Service Levels) Bill to make the point that there are a number of sectors in the UK in which employees are not allowed to strike, namely the armed forces and the police, but the Shadow Minister was unable to answer the question and reverted quickly to her speech.
Following the Defence Secretary’s announcement to the House of Commons on the provision of a squadron of Challenger 2 tanks to Ukraine, James Sunderland asks about the logistics of supplying armour to Ukraine and how we will improve our own land equipment availability.
James Sunderland intervenes in a general debate on sport in schools and communities to ask the Government to ensure that the annual sports premium is announced earlier so that schools, teachers and clubs can plan ahead for the forthcoming year.
James Sunderland asks the Northern Ireland Secretary to confirm that the Northern Ireland Troubles (Legacy and Reconciliation) Bill will ensure that protagonists engage fully with the truth and reconciliation process.