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I welcome my hon. Friend’s statement. I do not see any problem with the Royal Navy getting involved with this issue.
My constituent Grant Bailey went back to Afghanistan in September. He disappeared in December, around Christmas time.
Thank you, Mr Speaker. May I, too, pass on my condolences to Jack’s family and friends? It is indeed a sad loss.
I totally sympathise with those on the Front Bench and I have huge respect for the Treasury Minister who is in his place, but I am concer
What steps he is taking to improve infrastructure in order to attract more businesses to Weymouth.
As a former soldier, I know that time is never wasted on reconnaissance. May I ask my right hon.
As Conservatives, broken pledges and tax rises should concern us.
Many lessons will have been learned and relearned from Afghanistan—not least the need for boots on the ground.
As a former soldier, I have watched the scenes of chaos with great sadness—sadness for the 457 men and women of our own armed forces who
My hon. Friend said at the start of his statement that the disease was still here and that we were not out of the woods yet.