Mark Pritchard calls on the Foreign Secretary to ensure that the Bishop of Truro has sufficient human and resources to carry out his review of the persecution of the Christian Church so the report can be done thoroughly.
Home Office Minister backs Mark Pritchard’s call for Telford and Wrekin Council to speed up the council-led inquiry into unresolved crimes relating to child sexual exploitation and to release information so that the victims can get justice.
Mark Pritchard explains he will honour the will of his constituents who voted to leave the European Union but will vote against the agreement because it makes us rule takers, not rule makers and puts the UK in a weaker position than as a full member of the EU.
Speaking in Home Office Questions in the House of Commons, Mark condemns delays by Telford and Wrekin Council in setting up and independent inquiry into child grooming in the borough and calls on the council to get on with it.
Following the Prime Minister’s statement on the negotiations to leave the European Union, Mark Pritchard raises concerns that the withdrawal agreement is legally binding, yet the political declaration on our future relationship is not legally binding.
Mark Pritchard seeks assurance from the Foreign Secretary that any technical assistance given to the Saudi regime by British forces will not result in them being dragged into any future investigations of alleged war crimes.