Following the Prime Minister’s statement to the House of Commons on the NATO Summit, Iain Duncan Smith questions her about Germany and the Nord Stream 2 pipeline which will have the strategic effect of diminishing the likelihood of Ukraine and other eastern European countries of being able to support themselves and leave them open to pressure from Russia.
Iain Duncan Smith raises his misgivings about the Government’s Brexit proposals and asks about the plans on migration, specifically whether the UK would withdraw the rights to benefits of those who come without jobs.
Iain Duncan Smith calls for caution following a recent announcement about extending contracts for rental homes to three years and losing the six-month rental option which he is worried could result in fewer rental homes on the market and higher costs.
Iain Duncan Smith raises concerns about proposals in the Offensive Weapons Bill to ban high-energy rifles that disproportionately affect law-abiding gun owners and have no impact on criminals who use, already-banned, hand guns.
Following the Government statement on the Airbus Brexit risk assessment report, Iain Duncan Smith highlights Siemens as an example of companies investing in the UK with a £200 million investment in Goole, attracted by the talent available in the UK.
Iain Duncan Smith condemns the treatment of service veterans who served in Northern Ireland and backs calls for a statute of limitations to protect soldiers and veterans from prosecution of historic allegations.
Iain Duncan Smith welcomes the Government statement on the new settlement scheme for resident EU citizens and their family members and calls on the EU to make similar arrangements for British citizens living in the EU.