Yesterday, Gedling’s Member of Parliament, Tom Randall MP, asked the Secretary of State for Justice to ensure the emotional suffering caused to Gedling residents by the theft of a pet is reflected in the sentencing for those who break a new law.
Earlier this month, Gedling Borough Council submitted a Levelling Up bid to Government, backed by Tom Randall MP, for nearly £20,000,000 of investment into Gedling’s leisure and cultural hub in Arnold, improving Netherfield’s connectivity, and kickstarting Gedling’s high streets by repurposing va
This week, I secured a Westminster Hall debate on human rights in Hong Kong. Hong Kong was handed back to China in 1997 subject to an international agreement, the Sino-British Joint Declaration on the Question of Hong Kong. That agreement said that:
Last night, the House of Commons debated proposed amendments to the Trade Bill. I applied to speak in the debate but in the one-hour debate only the fifteenth speaker was reached (I was number 29 on the list). Had I been called to speak, these are the comments that I would have made: