Former Independent MP for Peterborough (9 Jun 2017 – 1 May 2019)
Letter from Operations Manager, Central Criminal Court: “I am writing on behalf of the Central Criminal Court in relation to the re-trial of Fiona Onasanya MP on a charge of Perverting the Course of Public Justice. I am writing to you as required by s.4(2) of the Recall of MPs Act 2015 to inform you that Ms Onasanya was convicted by the Jury of the offence on 19 December 2018 and that, on...
John Bercow: I have a brief announcement to make. I have received a letter this afternoon from the Registrar of Criminal Appeals informing me that Fiona Onasanya’s application for leave to appeal against her conviction has been refused. This notification triggers the provisions of the Recall of MPs Act 2015, and I will accordingly be writing to the relevant petition officer to inform that person that...
Division number 186 See full list of votes (From The Public Whip)Aye Alan Campbell Philip Hollobone Justin Madders Sandy Martin Fiona Onasanya Steve Reed Andrew Slaughter Alex Sobel Philip Davies (teller) Christopher Chope (teller) No Nigel Adams Edward Argar Victoria Atkins Richard Benyon Karen Bradley Nick Brown Alan Campbell James Cartlidge Jo Churchill Robert Courts Jackie Doyle-Price...
John Bercow: Before I call the next speaker, I must advise the House that I have received notification from the petition officer for the constituency of Peterborough, in respect of the recall petition for Fiona Onasanya. The recall petition process for the constituency of Peterborough, established under the Recall of MPs Act 2015, closed today at 5 pm. As more than 10% of those eligible to sign the...
John Bercow: Order. I have received a letter today from the operations manager of the central criminal court informing me that Fiona Onasanya, the hon. Member for Peterborough, has been sentenced to a period of imprisonment of three months. I have also received a letter from the registrar of criminal appeals informing me that Fiona Onasanya has submitted an appeal against her conviction, which is listed...
Fiona Onasanya: What discussions he had with contractors on their delivery of service accommodation; and if he will make a statement.
Tobias Ellwood: I refer the hon. Member to the answer I gave earlier today to the hon. Member for Peterborough (Fiona Onasanya).
Fiona Onasanya: I would be grateful if the Secretary of State could confirm why the number of affordable homes built in the last year fell to the lowest level in 24 years.
Fiona Onasanya: I understand what the Minister says about less unemployment, but my concern is that this is not just about employment, but about retention. Does he agree that now is the time for hard-working, tax-paying public sector workers to get the pay rise that they have earned, and that he should scrap the cap?
That Mike Amesbury, Bob Blackman, Helen Hayes, Kevin Hollinrake, Fiona Onasanya, Andrew Lewer, Mr Mark Prisk, Mary Robinson and Liz Twist be members of the Communities and Local Government Committee.
Fiona Onasanya: What assessment he has made of the potential effect on the aviation sector of the UK leaving the EU.
Fiona Onasanya: Does the hon. Gentleman agree that this has a tremendous impact on disabled people? We have asked for the roll-out to be paused and rectified instead of continued at a time when the Government know that the system is not working.
Fiona Onasanya: To ask the Secretary of State for International Development, what discussions (a) Ministers and (b) officials of her Department have had with experts on neglected tropical diseases on funding priorities for tackling leprosy.
Fiona Onasanya: To ask the Secretary of State for International Development, what funding her Department makes available for leprosy with reference to (a) education, (b) medicines and (c) social programmes.
Fiona Onasanya: To ask the Secretary of State for International Development, whether her Department defines leprosy as a neglected tropical disease.
Fiona Onasanya: To ask the Secretary of State for International Development, for what reason her Department excluded leprosy from UK funding priorities for the neglected tropical diseases programmes.
Fiona Onasanya: To ask the Secretary of State for Health, what steps he has taken to improve the accessibility and affordability of medicines developed from publicly-funded research.
Fiona Onasanya: What discussions he has had with Secretary of State for Work and Pensions on the potential effect of the roll-out of universal credit on levels of household income?
Fiona Onasanya: To ask the Secretary of State for Justice, what steps he is taking to reduce the number of female prisoners.
Fiona Onasanya: I absolutely agree. The fact that we are cutting vital funds to local authorities has a direct impact on the services that can be provided, and those whose families are from an impoverished background are disproportionately affected.