Speaking during Transport Questions, Harriett Baldwin calls on the Government to look again at the compelling strategic outline business case for doubling the North Cotswold line between Oxford and Worcester.
Harriett Baldwin calls on the Government to hold a debate on changes needed to improve Parliament, in particular, to eradicate the constitutional sexism in the House of Lords where one eighth of the seats are reserved for men only due to the system of reserving 92 seats for hereditary peers.
Harriett Baldwin encourages mayor-to-mayor twinning links with towns in Poland to support Polish communities’ efforts to help Ukrainian refugees and welcomes the twinning arrangement between Pershore and Wyry in Poland.
Harriett Baldwin makes suggestions, following meetings with Polish MPs, that we should make use of twinning networks between British and Polish communities and that the visa form should be available in Ukrainian.
Following the Government response to an Urgent Question on Ukraine with particular reference to the use of rape as a weapon of war, Harriett Baldwin asks the Government if Vladimir Putin will be arrested for war crimes if he travels overseas to attend the G20 Summit later this year.
Speaking to the Deputy Prime Minister, standing in for the PM who is in Saudi Arabia, Harriett Baldwin highlights the humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan and calls for education to be a priority at the forthcoming pledging conference that the UK is hosting later this month.