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.
Mark calls on the Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union to hold discussions with car manufacturers in the West Midlands on frictionless car manufacturing supply chains.
Mark Pritchard asks the Secretary of State for Transport to hold discussions with Arriva buses to ensure that its statutory obligations relating to access to public transport in rural areas are upheld.
Mark Pritchard commends comments from across the political spectrum condemning the violence in Northern Ireland and calling for dialogue and not violence to resolve Northern Ireland’s problems.