Following a Government statement on human rights in Burma, David Burrowes raises concerns about the fate of 4,000 internally displaces people in Kachin state and two Baptist pastors whose situation is described as “enforced disappearance” in northern Shan state.
David Burrowes presents a Ten Minute Rule Bill to enable a person to make his or her instructions concerning burial binding on their personal representative and to enable a person to make provision about the use of a burial space he or she acquired while living.
Speaking in a debate on the funding of the Crown Prosecution Service, David Burrowes calls for more accountability and transparency to address performance problems which add to the cost and also calls for a wider remit for the CPS to recover costs.
Speaking during the Report Stage of the Neighbourhood Planning Bill, David Burrowes supports planning proposals that will tackle the clustering of fixed odds betting terminals in poorer and deprived areas and raises his concerns that vulnerable people are being preyed upon.
Speaking in a debate on the Second Reading of the Bill which focuses on the needs of looked-after children, David Burrowes highlights the additional need to for early intervention and support for vulnerable mothers, who may well be victims of a coercive relationship and have complex needs as a result.
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