Results 141–160 of 195 for speaker:Mark Fletcher

Stalking Advocates — [Sir Mark Hendrick in the Chair] (31 Jan 2022)

Mark Fletcher: I absolutely do. We seem to be in general agreement, which may be more worrying for my Whips than anybody else. Obviously, the shadow Minister who is responsible for the online harms Bill is very much a mutual friend of ours. The question of what is accessible on the internet is worrying in a variety of lights, but critical thought and being able to understand what is normal and what is right...

Stalking Advocates — [Sir Mark Hendrick in the Chair] (31 Jan 2022)

Mark Fletcher: I understand that the Minister is against the clock, but in relation to the question that the hon. Member for Chesterfield (Mr Perkins) just asked, will the Minister undertake to write to the Deputy Prime Minister to make him aware of today’s debate, and the recommendations that have been outlined by various Members? Perhaps whether they are appropriate can then be considered.

Stalking Advocates — [Sir Mark Hendrick in the Chair] (31 Jan 2022)

Mark Fletcher: Deservedly.

Government’s Education Catch-up and Mental Health Recovery Programmes (3 Feb 2022)

Mark Fletcher: It is an honour to follow the right hon. Member for Newcastle upon Tyne East (Mr Brown) and my right hon. Friend the Member for Harlow (Robert Halfon), who gave an excellent speech outlining the scale of the problem we are looking to solve. In my two years and one month as the Member of Parliament for Bolsover, we have had many divisions and many changes to our country. However, what was...

Committee on Standards: Members’ Code of Conduct Review (3 Feb 2022)

Mark Fletcher: indicated assent.

Committee on Standards: Members’ Code of Conduct Review (3 Feb 2022)

Mark Fletcher: It is an honour to follow my right hon. Friend the Member for South Northamptonshire (Dame Andrea Leadsom), who spoke with clarity and purpose. I enjoyed her contribution. I want to place on the record my thanks to the Chair of the Standards Committee, the Clerks and the lay and parliamentary members. I serve on the Committee, although I was absent from the recent oral evidence sessions and...

Committee on Standards: Members’ Code of Conduct Review (3 Feb 2022)

Mark Fletcher: rose—

Cop26: Outcome of COP26 (2 Mar 2022)

Mark Fletcher: What assessment he has made of the outcome of COP26.

Cop26: Outcome of COP26 (2 Mar 2022)

Mark Fletcher: Given the horrible events that we are witnessing in Ukraine at the moment, does my right hon. Friend agree that the move from COP towards more renewables is more important than ever, particularly for our European neighbours? They need to wean themselves off Russian gas and oil for the good of our world.

Written Answers — Treasury: Question (15 Mar 2022)

Mark Fletcher: What fiscal steps he has taken to support investment in UK infrastructure.

Wales: Freeports (23 Mar 2022)

Mark Fletcher: What discussions he has had with Cabinet colleagues on establishing a freeport in Wales.

Wales: Freeports (23 Mar 2022)

Mark Fletcher: The east midlands freeport will see nearly £9 billion of new investment, and tens of thousands of new jobs created in our region. Does my right hon. Friend agree that if the Welsh Government really cared about the people of Ynys Môn, they would support the efforts of our colleagues to deliver a freeport, and bring more jobs and investment to the island?

Business of the House (24 Mar 2022)

Mark Fletcher: This weekend, Bolsover Drama Group will host a celebration and performance to celebrate its 40th anniversary. The group gives a huge amount to the community and in particular provides opportunities for young people. In congratulating Mick Whitehouse, Chris Peck and all the members of the group on their landmark celebration, may I ask the Leader of the House for a debate in Government time on...

Defence: Support to Ukraine’s Military (28 Mar 2022)

Mark Fletcher: What support his Department is providing to Ukraine’s military.

Defence: Support to Ukraine’s Military (28 Mar 2022)

Mark Fletcher: I welcome the recent announcement that 6,000 additional missiles will go to Ukraine. Indeed, I think we have led the way in terms of providing support for that country. As the conflict evolves, however, many scenarios may play out. What steps is the Department taking to plan for future support that the Ukrainians may need?

Prime Minister: Engagements (30 Mar 2022)

Mark Fletcher: Following on from the publication of the schools White Paper, one of my most important campaigns is to secure provision of quality post-16 education within the Bolsover constituency, where there is currently none. Young people in my constituency have to travel long distances at considerable cost to access their education. Will my right hon. Friend meet me to discuss how we can right this...

Health and Social Care: Topical Questions (19 Apr 2022)

Mark Fletcher: We have all seen the disturbing scenes in Shanghai recently. Does my right hon. Friend agree that this shows how dangerous a zero covid strategy is and that we were right to open up this country and to rely on our vaccines as the safest way out of the covid situation?

HM Passport Office Backlogs (12 May 2022)

Mark Fletcher: I am grateful to the hon. Member for Blaenau Gwent (Nick Smith) for raising this urgent question. We have seen a number of cases where we are trying to get information and I have to be honest with the Minister: the phone lines we have at the moment as Members of Parliament are not fit for purpose. The advice hotline he has referred to is a general Home Office hotline; it does not always have...

Achieving Economic Growth (18 May 2022)

Mark Fletcher: Will the hon. Gentleman give way?

Achieving Economic Growth (18 May 2022)

Mark Fletcher: In respect of what the hon. Member for Swansea West (Geraint Davies) said about democracy, one would think that in the current circumstances we would be incredibly careful. We cherish our democracy in this country. Our institutions are strong. Democracy, freedom and the rule of law run through the core of this country, and hearing him observe so flippantly that democracy is under attack, or,...


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