Peter Bone quite often rebelled against their party in this parliament
My constituents cannot understand why someone who comes to this country and commits an offence that requires imprisonment is not automatically deported. It is true that things were a mess under Labour, but it is not good enough to say that we are tweaking the system; we have to get to grips with the problem. Why not just deport these people and worry about what the European Court says afterwards?
I have recently been campaigning a lot in East Northamptonshire with the excellent Conservative candidate for Corby, Tom Pursglove. The No. 1 issue on the doorstep is EU migration. Last year, 214,000 people came to this country from the EU. That is not sustainable. What can be done about that?
For the benefit of the Committee, it is now in order for Members to take their jackets off. We will now hear oral evidence from Mark Boyle and Stephen Soper, the chair and the interim chief executive of the Pensions Regulator. Before calling the first Member, I remind all Members that questions should be limited to matters within the scope of the Bill and that we must stick to the timings in...
Conservative MP for Wellingborough
Entered House of Commons on 5 May 2005 — General election
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