Speeches in Parliament

Journalists: International Protection

Mark responded today on behalf of the Government in his role as Minister for Asia and the Pacific in the debate tabled by John Whittingdale MP regarding the international protection of journalists. Mark's response is pasted below.

Rohingya Refugee Crisis

Yesterday afternoon, Mark responded on behalf of the Government in the Backbench Business debate tabled by Rushanara Ali MP regarding the Rohingya Refugee Crisis. To read the whole debate on Hansard, please click here. Please find Mark's speech pasted below.

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Adjournment Debate - Jagtar Singh Johal

Yesterday evening, Mark responded on behalf of the Government in the Adjournment debate tabled by Martin Docherty-Hughes MP regarding Jagtar Singh Johal. To read the whole debate on Hansard, please click here. Please find Mark's speech pasted below.

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International Freedom of Religion or Belief Day

Last week, Mark responded on behalf of the Government in the Westminster Hall debate tabled by Jim Shannon MP regarding International Freedom of Religion or Belief Day. To read the whole debate on Hansard, please click here.

Jim Shannon (Strangford) (DUP)

I beg to move,

Nuclear Treaty: US Withdrawal

Last week, Mark responded on behalf of the Government in his role as Minister for Asia and the Pacific in the debate tabled by Fabian Hamilton MP regarding US withdrawal from the intermediate-range nuclear forces treaty. To read the whole debate on Hansard, please click here.

Ahmadiyya Muslim Community

Yesterday on the floor of the House, Mark gave a speech in response to a debate tabled by Siobhain McDonagh MP regarding the persecution of Ahmadiyya Muslim Communities in countries around the world. You can read the debate in full on Hansard here.

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Christians Overseas

Yesterday, Mark responded on behalf of the Government in his role as Minister for Asia and the Pacific in the Westminster Hall debate tabled by Chris Philp MP regarding the persecution of Christians overseas. To read the whole debate on Hansard, please click here.

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Westminster Hall Debate: Myanmar - Rohingya Minority

Yesterday, Mark spoke in his role as Minister for Asia and the Pacific on behalf of the Government in the Westminster Hall debate tabled by Helen Jones MP regarding the Rohingya minority in Myanmar. To read the whole debate on Hansard, please click here.

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Westminster Hall Debate: Truth and Reconciliation Commission - Sri Lanka

Yesterday, Mark spoke in his role as Minister for Asia and the Pacific on behalf of the Government in the Westminster Hall debate tabled by Paul Scully MP regarding the situation in Sri Lanka. To read the debate on Hansard, click here.

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Paul Scully (Sutton and Cheam) (Con)