Yesterday I met with Dogs Trust to discuss important issues relating to puppy smuggling and animal cruelty. I am glad that this government is supporting measures to ensure the highest standards in importation and the greatest welfare for dogs across the UK.
Yesterday I signed the Holocaust Educational Trust (UK)'s 'Book of Commitment' in the lead up to Holocaust Memorial Day. As we come to mark 75 years since the liberation of the concentration camps, antisemitism remains a scourge on our society.
After watching yesterday’s deeply disappointing move by MPs to frustrate the implementation of the referendum result, it was good to be back in the House of Commons this afternoon to see the Chancellor of the Exchequer deliver the Spending Round announcement.
After months of preparation, Armed Forces Day weekend has arrived! I've just visited St Thomas's Church in Salisbury to speak with Lt. Col Neil Stace about the Flags of Thanks exhibition - a very moving tribute to our military.
In the light of deep and continuing concern about the future of Glenside, its patients and its staff, I am more mindful than ever of the importance of neurorehabilitation and the need for tailored specialist care to support people with brain injuries.