Jonathan Djanogly welcomes the signing of the free trade agreement between the United Kingdom and Australia and asks the Secretary of State about the projected numbers of workers likely to be going backwards and forwards, and the sectors they are likely to be involved with
Jonathan Djanogly speaks on public order aspects on the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill
Jonathan Djanogly for a statutory right to protest to be set out in the Bill, thereby removing any presumption of illegality, with guidance to help both police and organisers understand their respective powers and obligations, and he calls for a separate body to set any conditions on a public protest so that police are not in the position of both setting the conditions and enforcing their own conditions.
Private International Law (Implementation of Agreements) Bill
Jonathan Djanogly welcomes Government compromises secured in the House of Lords but raises concerns about the increasing power of the Executive versus Parliament and calls for the urgent reform of the provisions for scrutinising proposed international treaties.