Ahead of his visit to Florida to accelerate negotiations of a Memorandum of Understanding on Trade with the sunshine state, Conor showed his support for the Government's pursuit of these Trade MoUs in a question to the Secretary of State for Business and Trade.
During today's Foreign, Commonwealth and Development questions, Conor condemned the passage of Uganda's new Anti-Homosexuality Act and asked for the Government to maintain its strong public opposition to the legislation.
The Secretary of State for Business and Trade today delivered a Ministerial Statement to the House announcing the conclusion of negotiations for our accession to the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership.
Today, Conor urged the Immigration Minister to end the use of hotels for housing asylum seekers in Bournemouth, so that they can be used for their original purpose of serving our local leisure and hospitality industry.
Conor initiated a debate in Parliament to highlight to Ministers the pressure we face locally, housing asylum seekers. This followed the murder sentence handed down for the killing by an asylum seeker of 21 year old local man Tom Watson with a knife.
Conor on the front bench listening to the Prime Minister's announcement on the how we are learning to live with Covid. Conor said I am proud of the incredible progress we have made over the course of the pandemic.