Speaking at Prime Minister's Questions, Shailesh Vara calls on the Government to do all they can to persuade the new regime in Zimbabwe to treat British citizens living in the country with respect and ensure their safety and security.
Speaking following the Foreign Secretary's comments on Zimbabwe, Shailesh Vara calls on the Government to work with the African Union to put pressure on Zimbabwe not to continue as an authoritarian state and to respect human rights.
Following the Speaker's statement to the House of Commons on allegations of a culture of sexual harassment at Westminster, Shailesh Vara calls for best practice to be utilised and advice sought from external organisations as to how they deal with this problem.
Following the Prime Minister's statement on the recent meeting of the European Council, Shailesh Vara questions the PM on EU demands that EU citizens living in the UK post-Brexit should still fall under the jurisdiction of the European Court of Justice.
Shailesh Vara welcomes the Prime Minister's statement to the House of Commons on Britain's future economic relationship with the European Union and calls on British businesses with interests in other EU countries to use their influence to impress on EU political leaders the need for an agreement in everyone's interest.