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Alicia Kearns

Conservative MP for Rutland and Melton

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Recent appearances

  • Assisted Dying Law — [Sir Graham Brady in the Chair] 23 Jan 2020

    My father was a brave and strong man who built double-decker buses all his life. I lost him when I was 18 and I remember from my youngest years that his gravest fear was being trapped in his strong body and not being able to communicate. The father of one of my best friends in the world was the first person to be diagnosed with locked-in syndrome. It is about choice and being able to have...
  • Assisted Dying Law — [Sir Graham Brady in the Chair] 23 Jan 2020

    To discuss matters of life and death, and of choice and obligation, is to recognise the gravity of one’s role as a Member of Parliament. It is also to grasp the very essence of our moral conviction, while upholding our calling to represent the wishes of the people by whose wisdom we find ourselves here. To consider measures relating to assisted dying demands not just the fullness of empathy...
  • Wuhan Coronavirus: Holocaust Memorial Day 23 Jan 2020

    This is a debate in which we all have a duty to speak. It is simply inconceivable, from where we stand now, how in the last century, within 1,000 miles of this House, unspeakable evil worked systematically to destroy an entire people, those who opposed it, the disabled and those who just wanted to love freely. There is something distinctly perverse and pernicious about antisemitism, in...

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Conservative MP for Rutland and Melton

Entered the House of Commons on 13 December 2019 — General election


Topics of interest

  • Ministry of Housing
  • Communities and Local Government
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