Speaking at the end of the debate, Charles Walker welcomes the third reading of the Same-Sex Marriage Bill.| Parliament TV
Charles Walker speaks in the debate on the Queen’s Speech setting out his position as a Eurosceptic. He highlights the problems and strain on our national infrastructure caused by mass immigration, the lack of transitional arrangements when new countries joined the EU, the failures of the UK Border Agency and the lengthy immigration appeals process.
Speaking during the special Parliamentary debate, Charles Walker pays tribute to Baroness Thatcher.
Charles Walker raises his reservations about the use of closed material proceedings or secret courts and highlights the importance of keeping their use under regular review. He asks the Minister about parallels in other western European countries.
Charles Walker leads a Parliamentary debate on the environmental disaster facing England’s chalk streams which have been over-abstracted to provide cheap water for new housing. He calls on the Government to use the forthcoming draft Water Bill to make Ofwat responsible for the environmental consequences of abstraction and for new reservoirs to be built in the South-East.