Speaking in a debate on the Home Office’s response to Sir Richard Henriques’s independent report on the Metropolitan police’s Operation Midland, Iain Duncan Smith raises concerns about public figures influencing police operations.
Following the Government statement on our preparations to leave the European Union, Iain Duncan Smith seeks confirmation from the Government that the purpose of the Operation Yellowhammer document is to advise the Government of what more they needed to do to be ready.
Following the Attorney General’s statement on his legal advice to the Government on prorogation, Iain Duncan Smith asks why the Opposition parties did not pass a vote of no confidence in the Government to avoid the prorogation of Parliament.
Speaking in a debate on Northern Ireland, Iain Duncan Smith makes the case that it is critical that a criminal prosecution should only be pursued against an individual such a long time after the events occurred if there is compelling evidence to justify it.
Following the statement by the new Prime Minister, Iain Duncan Smith urges him to ensure that preparations to leave the EU without a deal are made public to tell the EU that we are ready to leave without a deal if necessary.
Iain Duncan Smith welcomes the Foreign Secretary’s statement on the situation in the Gulf and asks why we have not request the US to help protect our shipping while we get the right resources in place.
Speaking in the debate on the Government's lotteries statement, Iain Duncan Smith calls for an increase in the age limit for national lottery products such as scratchcards, rather than another consultation, and questions the decision to increase the maximum prize limit for society lotteries by just £100,000.
Iain Duncan Smith calls on the Prime Minister to ensure fairness and justice for veterans who served in Northern Ireland as elderly veterans are now finding that, having been cleared decades ago, the Police Service of Northern Ireland is proceeding against them with no new evidence.