Fiona Bruce: To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, what steps he is taking to increase public awareness of the link between alcohol consumption and cancer.
Fiona Bruce: To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, when the Government will publish its alcohol strategy.
Fiona Bruce: To ask the Secretary of State for International Development, how many of the 4.1 million abortion procedures Marie Stopes International undertook in 2017 were funded by the UK taxpayer.
Fiona Bruce: To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, with reference to the recent Coroner's verdict in the case of Aisha Chithira, whether his Department will take steps to ensure that clinical staff providing abortion services are fully trained in post-operative observations.
Fiona Bruce: To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, with reference to the recent Coroner's verdict in the case of Aisha Chithira, if his Department will review the methods used for late-term abortions.
Fiona Bruce: To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, with reference to the recent Coroner's verdict in the case of Aisha Chithira, if he will ensure that all independent abortion providers give appropriate aftercare to women.
Fiona Bruce: What discussions he has had with the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs on support for farmers after the UK leaves the EU.
Fiona Bruce: A key concern to Cheshire farmers is to know what discussions the Secretary of State has had with his counterparts in the Departments for International Trade and for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs about protecting UK food and farming standards following exit from the EU.
Fiona Bruce: Does the Minister share concerns about the trial that began on 19 November of nine leaders of the pro-democracy Hong Kong umbrella movement on such vague charges as “incitement to incite” public nuisance, and about the implications of such charges for freedom of speech and the rule of law in Hong Kong? Will Ministers raise such concerns with the Government there at the earliest opportunity?
Fiona Bruce: To ask the Leader of the House, with reference to the Government's loneliness strategy, published in October 2018, what steps the Early Years Ministerial Group on Family Support is taking to (a) improve family support and (b) ensure local services work together in a more cost efficient and integrated way.
Fiona Bruce: I draw the House’s attention to my entry in the Register of Members’ Financial Interests. Is not maintaining the principle of legal privilege also essential to maintaining the confidence of every citizen in this country who seeks advice from a lawyer that they can expect the justice for which this country is globally renowned?
Fiona Bruce: What steps the Church of England is taking to raise awareness in the Government of the persecution of Christians throughout the world.
Fiona Bruce: Aid to the Church in Need’s latest world persecution report and Baroness Cox’s “Hidden Atrocities” report, both published this month, state that the religious element of attacks by militants on communities in northern and central Nigeria is increasing. For example, 539 Christian churches have been destroyed in Nasarawa state alone in 2018. Catholic Bishop William Avenya of Gboko has...
Fiona Bruce: As a Cheshire MP, I speak on behalf of residents of the town of Alsager, which my hon. Friend the Member for Stoke-on-Trent South (Jack Brereton) mentioned in his excellent speech. Alsager station is just a mile from the Staffordshire border. The rail route from it passes through Staffordshire, runs to Stoke-on-Trent and beyond, and is served by the same rail companies: East Midlands Trains,...
Fiona Bruce: I commend the hon. Member for Strangford (Jim Shannon) for his excellent speech and his devotion to promoting freedom of religion or belief right across the world. Those of us who are people of faith are concerned about ensuring that we do that. We must seek the truth when we speak. The main theme of my speech is that we must find the truth about what is happening in Nigeria, and urge our...
Fiona Bruce: I could not have expressed that better myself. Indeed, to warn of the risks of this escalating into a serious genocide, there is a responsibility on the part of the international community to respond to the reports that we are receiving. I am particularly anxious that the Department for International Development does so responsibly. I was in Nigeria in 2016 with the International Development...
Fiona Bruce: Following the success of the Tour of Britain in 2016, the Cheshire East Council leader called Congleton “The heart of cycling in Cheshire East”, and town councillor Suzie Akers Smith, who is mayor of Congleton this year, in our 700th year of having a mayor, made cycling her flagship project. Yet despite leading the development of a cycling masterplan for Congleton in 2016, more than two...
Fiona Bruce: Will my right hon. Friend give way?