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Thank you, Sir Gary, and I thank all right hon. and hon. Members for their powerful and important contributions. We can be in no doubt as to the plight that LGBTQ+ Afghan people face right now. I thank the Minister for her response. I ask her to consider and adopt the following: that LGBTQ+ Afghan refugees must be given permanent residence in the UK as otherwise they will have to hide their...
I beg to move, That this House has considered LGBTQ+ Afghan refugees. It is a pleasure to serve under your chairmanship, Sir Gary, and I thank hon. Members for being here today. May I start by paying tribute to our armed forces and diplomatic staff for their courage and professionalism during the evacuation operation in Afghanistan? There is a long history of LGBTQ+ people in Afghanistan...
I thank the hon. Member and agree with him. I will touch on that a little later in my contribution. Many LGBTQ+ Afghans will not be safe to come forward and identify themselves because their families and communities can also be the source of their persecution, and officials in host countries may also be a danger. Will the Government call on and hold accountable those in neighbouring states...
Labour MP for Jarrow
Entered the House of Commons on 13 December 2019 — General election
Last updated: 6 Sep 2021.
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