The Week in Westminster, 18 May

https://twitter.com/tracey_crouch/status/1129325801525133312

Tracey in the News

‘We don’t care what political party we’re from when we‘re playing’

Tracey’s Contributions

To Westminster hall

there is nothing innovative in allowing this dated and inhumane trade in hunting trophies from the African continent to the UK.

On Trophy Hunting

Things Tracey Said


Kelly in the News

Kelly’s Contributions

To General Committees

the draft regulations, which implement the shareholder rights directive, will require more information to be included in remuneration reports so that shareholders have more information when they vote and make decisions on policy.

Draft Companies (Directors’ Remuneration Policy and Directors’ Remuneration Report) Regulations 2019

Things Kelly said


Rehman in the News

New laws could mean drivers face massive fine for running over cats

Rehman’s Contributions

Things Rehman said

https://twitter.com/Rehman_Chishti/status/1128767933344296963

What are your thoughts about Medway’s MPs and their performance in Parliament?
Is Kelly right that the draft legislation requires more information to be included?
Was Tracey right to have a photographs taken with just one oven?
Does Rehman have what it takes to get his Cat Bill passed into law?
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