James Brokenshire has called for greater attention on early diagnosis and treatment of lung cancer to improve outcomes for patients and achieve the ambitions set out in the health service’s long term plan.
James Brokenshire has welcomed the measures set out in the Queen’s Speech which delivers Brexit, alongside an ambitious programme of domestic reform that improves the lives of individuals and benefits the wider society.
I strongly believe that we need to respect and give effect to the 2016 referendum and see that the UK leaves the European Union. That was why I was one of the sponsors of the original Act of Parliament which triggered the ‘Article 50’ process for our departure. I also believe that this should b
James Brokenshire has welcomed the announcement by the Chancellor of the Exchequer of the outcome of the Government’s Spending Review to see that all government departments have the funding they need to deliver on the public’s priorities and to allow them to focus on Brexit.
James Brokenshire has welcomed the announcement that the UK will become the first major economy in the world to end its contribution towards global warming, as the Government introduces a new law to achieve net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050.
James Brokenshire has welcomed legislation to ban the use of wild animals in travelling circuses. The Wild Animals in Circuses Bill means that circus operators in England will no longer be able to use wild animals as part of a travelling circus.
James Brokenshire has welcomed the Chancellor’s Spring Budget Statement, which included extra police funding to tackle knife crime, new investment in education, and measures that accelerate the shift to a clean economy.