Richard Graham MP for Gloucester

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Richard in Parliament
  • 22 Oct: Upcoming Business – Commons: Westminster Hall
    Recent events in Hong Kong and UK commitment to the Joint Declaration – Richard Graham. 2:30 pm – 4:00 pm
  • 20 Oct: Social Action, Responsibility and Heroism Bill: Bishops and Priests (Consecration and Ordination of Women) Measure
    My hon. Friend has made a number of good points and she is right in all she says about the work of the Second Church Estates Commissioner. Does she agree that there is a fantastic opportunity for a woman to become a bishop very soon in my constituency, as our current bishop, Bishop Michael, retires in only a month’s time, after 10 years’ outstanding service? Does she agree that...
  • 20 Oct: Isil: Type 26 Frigates
    What the next steps are for the commissioning of Type 26 frigates.
  • 20 Oct: Isil: Type 26 Frigates
    I welcome the Minister’s confirmation of an imminent decision on the Type 26 frigates. In an uncertain world, I believe that they have an important contribution to make on the high seas. Does he agree that Type 26 frigates named after cities would reinforce the Royal Navy’s community links? Should the ship naming committee recognise that, does he believe that they will weigh...
  • 17 Oct: The Chairman of Ways and Means took the Chair as Deputy Speaker (Standing Order No. 3) — European Union (Referendum) Bill
    There is surely some reward for persistence in this House. I am grateful to the shadow Foreign Secretary. He has talked about the effectiveness of statesmanship. Earlier, he said that the referendum would not be in the national interest. Will he therefore confirm two things for the record, for all those who might be thinking of voting Labour: first, that his party does not think that the Bill...

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