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Westminster Hall Debate - Huawei and 5G

Sir Iain Duncan Smith (Chingford and Woodford Green) (Con)

I beg to move,

That this House has considered the security implications of including Huawei in 5G.

Parliamentary Question - Heathrow expansion

I welcome my hon. Friend to her place and wish her well in her new role. The last time that judges interfered with decisions made in this place, there was outrage.

Parliamentary Question - ministerial code

It is predictable, sadly, that the Leader of the Opposition should accuse those on this side of the House of bullying when he himself is in charge of a party that is rife with it, and I find it shaming that he has made that allegation.

Diary - Home Secretary in the firing line

Back to the Commons, with on-going coverage of the coronavirus topping the airwaves. The Prime Minister hosted a COBRA meeting, to ensure we deal with this threat as coherently as possible.

Diary - a new youth council on Portland

A third runway at Heathrow is now uncertain after a Court of Appeal said it was unlawful, bearing in mind the Government's climate change targets. The Department of Transport said the expansion would benefit passengers, boost the economy by up to £61 billion and create 77,000 jobs by 2030.

W2W - we've got to tolerate offence

AS a politician for 10 years, I have seen an ever-increasing assault on free speech.

It’s often perpetuated by those who are easily ‘offended’ if their cult-like beliefs are questioned.