Shailesh Vara backs the Internal Market Bill which safeguards the integrity of the United Kingdom and peace in Northern Ireland, providing a safety net in the event of a breach of good faith by the EU.
Speaking in the debate on the Queen’s Speech, Shailesh Vara highlights the importance of the UK’s diversity of its population which provides a ‘living bridge’ to a large number of other countries, not least the UK's 1.5 million people of Indian origin.
Following the Foreign Secretary’s House of Commons statement on Iran, Shailesh Vara seeks assurance that full assistance is being given to the families of the victims of the Ukrainian International Airlines flight.
Shailesh Vara urges the Government to 'leave no stone unturned' in efforts to reach an agreement so the Northern Ireland Assembly can properly function again which could considerably increase overseas investment in Northern Ireland.
Speaking in the debate on the Second Reading of the European Union (Withdrawal Agreement) Bill, Shailesh Vara calls for confidence in the United Kingdom and an end to scare-mongering over Brexit as the economic Armageddon threatened if the country voted to leave never materialised.