Speeches in Parliament

Promoting healthy body image

This morning I asked the Secretary of State for Women and Equalities about a campaign I'm working on promoting healthy body image.

You can see her answer in this video.

British passports for armed forces veterans

This afternoon I asked the Home Secretary about a british citizen's passport for my constituent, Major Lines, who served in the army for thirty years.

You can see her answer in this video.

Covid related deaths

This evening I asked the Health Secretary about the accurate counting of covid related deaths. You can see his answer in this video.

My question to the veteran's minister

This morning I asked the veteran's minister how we can find a balance to ensure former servicemen and women are held to account when necessary, but also protected from vexatious claims.

You can see his answer in this video.



Human rights in Bahrain and globally

Today I asked the Minister about human rights in Bahrain and also what the UK is doing to lead on human rights across the world.

You can watch his reply here.

My speech in the coronavirus general debate

On Tuesday I spoke in the House of Commons general debate on coronavirus.

I spoke about the need to plan for a legacy which retains the best aspects of this period in our history.

Supporting the mental health of front line workers

Earlier today I was able to ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care about the important issue of mental healthcare for front line workers, you can see his response in this video.

My maiden speech

Today, in the House of Commons, I was privileged to give my maiden speech as Member of Parliament for Bosworth.

Hinckley national rail freight interchange

Yesterday, 11 February, I was pleased to take part in a Westminster Hall debate on the important local issue of the proposed Hinckley national rail freight interchange.

The debate was proposed by my colleague Alberto Costa, the Member of Parliament for South Leicestershire.