Point of Order: Boundary Changes

Any plans to reduce the number of MPs across the country must be mirrored with a reduction in numbers of Government Ministers, Shipley MP Philip Davies said.

Proposed boundary changes to Parliamentary constituencies would see numbers reduced from 650 MPs across the country to 600.

Extending the unduly lenient criteria

Government must fulfil its election promise to extend the number of crimes where a sentence handed down by judges can be challenged if deemed too lenient after a radical preacher was handed just 66 months in prison, an MP has warned.

Grammar Schools

People across Bradford must be able to access the best grammar schools and they must not be kept for the Tory shires, Philip Davies has warned.

Prison Sentences

Victims of crime want people to serve the sentence handed down by courts in full and not walk free early, an MP has said.

Shipley MP Philip Davies said criminals know they will not serve their sentence in full and it made a mockery of the justice system.

Junior Doctors Strikes

Any doctor who strikes over Saturday premium pay should “hang their head in shame”, according to Philip Davies.

The Shipley MP urged Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt to consider banning strike action in the NHS as is the case for other emergency services.

Brexit Statement

Brexit negotiations must focus on full control of immigration and ending payments to the EU budget, an MP has urged.

Unduly Lenient Sentence

An MP has failed to get the sentence of a mother who inflicted nearly two years of abuse on her little boy a longer prison sentence.

Animal Welfare

AN MP is demanding Parliament debate animal welfare to ensure crimes against animals are taken seriously.

Positive Discrimination

Jobs must be handed out on merit and not on gender, religion or sexual orientation, an MP has warned.

School places

More school places are needed in the Shipley constituency to ensure parents can send their children to a school of their choice, an MP has said.