25 MAY 2018

Social Care Campaign

I believe we must all receive dignified care in old age. With an ageing population, this is one of the biggest challenges our country faces. I support...


25 MAY 2018

Generation Rent and the Tenant Fees Bill

I number over people this week have contacted me about the Tenant Fees Bill. Like Generation Rent I believe this Bill, which will abolish letting...


24 MAY 2018

Updated Privacy Statement

Due to the implementation of GDPR, the Office of Christopher Pincher, Member of Parliament for Tamworth, has updated its privacy notice reflecting the...



Upcoming Business – Commons: Main Chamber (18 Oct 2018)
Church Commissioners, House of Commons Commission, Public Accounts Commission and Speaker's Committee on the Electoral Commission. Oral questions; 10:10 am

Mental Capacity (Amendment) Bill [HL] - Committee (2nd Day)(Continued) (15 Oct 2018)
Baroness Jolly: My Lords, I thank all the speakers who took part in this debate and I thank the Minister for such a comprehensive and positive response. Taking all that into consideration, I beg leave to withdraw my amendment. Amendment 26 withdrawn. Amendments 27 to 30D not moved. House resumed. Committee to begin again not before 8.25 pm.

EU Exit Negotiations: Points of Order (15 Oct 2018)
Jon Ashworth: On a point of order, Mr Speaker. Last Tuesday, in the urgent question on clinical waste, the Minister of State explicitly denied that the scandal was a result of a lack of incinerator capacity. When I asked him whether there was enough incinerator capacity, he said: “The answer to that is, yes there is.”—[Official Report, 9 October 2018; Vol. 647, c. 35.] You will have seen...

Offensive Weapons Bill (15 Oct 2018)
Valerie Vaz: On a point of order, Madam Deputy Speaker. I am grateful for you taking this point of order. I want to know why the House was not informed at the earliest opportunity that the Offensive Weapons Bill, a very important Bill, was not going to be moved. We have just found out that it has been rescheduled for tomorrow. I wonder why we and the business managers were not informed in a timely manner.

EU Exit Negotiations: Loneliness Strategy (15 Oct 2018)
Steve Reed: I start by echoing your words prefacing the statement, Mr Speaker, and by welcoming Jo’s family to the Chamber. I welcome the Minister’s statement, and am grateful to her for advance sight of it. Loneliness is one of the great social ills of our age, and the Government are right to put forward a strategy to tackle it. It is encouraging to see Ministers representing so many...


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