Responding to the Government announcement on 5G and Huawei involvement, Jonathan Djanogly urges the Government to ensure that any contract with Huawei requires Huawei to pay for any replacement should there be a breach of national security.
Speaking in response to a Government statement on police use of automated facial recognition surveillance, Jonathan Djanogly calls on the Government to get ahead of the curve and put in place a legal framework that envelops all new technologies.
Following the Government statement on Huawei’s involvement in the UK’s 5G network, Jonathan Djanogly calls for any agreement with Huawei to include a bond to pay for replacement equipment should there be a breach in our national security.
Jonathan Djanogly speaks in the debate on the European Union (Withdrawal Agreement) Bill in support of the deal and the timetable and says that the only reasons to stall the timetable are to frustrate Brexit or to force a second referendum.
Speaking in an intervention in the European Union (Withdrawal Agreement) Bill about Northern Ireland, Jonathan Djanogly highlights the desire by Northern Ireland businesses and farmers’ representatives for a deal.
Following the Prime Minister’s statement on the G7 Summit, Jonathan Djanogly raises concerns about political repression in Russia and asks the PM if he agrees with US President Trump’s suggestion that Russia should now be brought back into the G7.