Conservative MP for Don Valley (13 Dec 2019 – current)
That Elliot Colburn, Martyn Day, Steve Double, Chris Evans, Katherine Fletcher, Nick Fletcher, Mike Hill, Tom Hunt, Kerry McCarthy and Theresa Villiers be members of the Petitions Committee.
Katherine Fletcher: ...of responding to it. I should imagine that once we have concluded today’s urgent question and tonight’s Adjournment debate, the day 105 update from my hon. Friend the Member for Don Valley (Nick Fletcher) will be an absolute bumper edition.
Nick Herbert: The murder of WPC Fletcher was a terrible crime and her family deserve to know the truth. The investigation into her murder is continuing and remains an operational matter for the police. The Foreign and Commonwealth Office is in regular contact with the Metropolitan Police Service and continues to press the Libyan Government to allow them to return. On 31 May, the Foreign Secretary raised...
Nick Herbert: The investigation into the death of WPC Yvonne Fletcher is ongoing. I am therefore unable to comment on the case.
Nick Herbert: Since October 2011, there have been no visits by the Metropolitan Police Service to Libya in connection with the investigation into the killing of WPC Yvonne Fletcher.
Nick Herbert: Officers from the Metropolitan police travelled to Libya on 11 June 2012 in connection with investigations into the case of WPC Yvonne Fletcher.
Rosie Winterton: It is a pleasure to call Nick Fletcher to make his maiden speech.
Rupa Huq: ...Front-Bench spokespeople, starting with the hon. Member for Paisley and Renfrewshire North (Gavin Newlands), at no later than 5.25 pm, so I hope there will not be any need for a time limit. I call Nick Fletcher.
Clive Efford: ...for the moment of remembrance. If the Front-Bench spokespersons take 10 minutes each, it will leave a short period for Mr Jarvis to wind up, in accordance with the convention. Before that, I call Nick Fletcher.
Graham Stringer: Nick Fletcher will move the motion and I will then call the Minister to respond. There will not be an opportunity for the Member in charge to wind up, as is the convention in these 30-minute debates.
Christina Rees: With your indulgence, Minister, Nick Fletcher would like to speak.
Eleanor Laing: Order. I am getting confused about who is intervening on whom. The hon. Member for Barnsley Central (Dan Jarvis) has the Floor. The hon. Member for Don Valley (Nick Fletcher) has intervened on him. Have I just let the hon. Member for Sheffield South East (Mr Betts) intervene on the hon. Gentleman intervening? I do hope not?
Division number 7 - 6 yes, 10 no Voting yes: David Linden, James Murray, Abena Oppong-Asare, Nick Smith, Liz Twist, Valerie Vaz Voting no: Katherine Fletcher, Richard Fuller, Andrew Griffith, Paul Howell, Andrew Jones, Rachel Maclean, Amanda Milling, Robbie Moore, Alec Shelbrooke, Andrew Stephenson
Division number 10 - 6 yes, 10 no Voting yes: David Linden, James Murray, Abena Oppong-Asare, Nick Smith, Liz Twist, Valerie Vaz Voting no: Katherine Fletcher, Richard Fuller, Andrew Griffith, Paul Howell, Andrew Jones, Rachel Maclean, Amanda Milling, Robbie Moore, Alec Shelbrooke, Andrew Stephenson
That Angela Richardson be discharged from the Education Committee and Nick Fletcher be added.
‘senior manager’ has the meaning given in section 89(4) of this Act.”—(Nick Fletcher.)
Caroline Nokes: I call Nick Fletcher to wind up.
Robert Syms: I call Nick Fletcher to make some brief final comments.
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Nick Herbert: Home Office Ministers meet regularly with the Police Federation to discuss issues of concern. The murder of PC Yvonne Fletcher was a terrible crime. The investigation into her murder is continuing and remains an operational matter for the police. The Foreign and Commonwealth Office is in regular contact with the Metropolitan police service and continues to press the Libyan Government to allow...