I am in Waterlooville High street, I have just had a most amazing meeting with a group of architects to look at a vision for Waterlooville and so now I am going to go away and try and find some funding for that because they have some great ideas to put that into in place.
Great to be in the House of Commons chamber this afternoon to listen to the Chancellor deliver his plan for jobs. This will be worth as much as £30 billion, which is on top of the £160 billion plan already in place to protect businesses and jobs during the pandemic.
I am pleased the Prime Minister has offered a pathway to British citizenship for Hong Kong residents who hold British National (Overseas) (BNO) passports and their dependents following China’s crackdown in the former colony.
The Lammy Review talks about building trust between the police and young people. I asked Alex Chalk Assistant Whip, The Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Justice What consideration has my hon.
As other Members have said this afternoon, all through this crisis the staff across the health and care system, whether NHS staff or those working in the private sector, have made huge efforts and sacrifices to look after people who need their help.