Sheryll Murray speeches and questions

Recent speeches by Sheryll Murray (live RSS feed)

  • Prime Minister: Engagements (23 Sep 2020)
    Sheryll Murray: In 2006, Menheniot parish council was told of improvement plans to the dangerous junction on the A38—something I have long campaigned for. However, two months ago, the regional director of the south-west part of Highways England told me that this was not going to happen, blaming the change from the old Highways Agency. Can my right hon. Friend tell me when, if ever, the people of Menheniot...
  • Prime Minister: Engagements (23 Sep 2020)
    Sheryll Murray: In 2006, Menheniot parish council was told of improvement plans to the dangerous junction on the A38—something I have long campaigned for. However, two months ago, the regional director of the south-west part of Highways England told me that this was not going to happen, blaming the change from the old Highways Agency. Can my right hon. Friend tell me when, if ever, the people of Menheniot...
  • Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office: Topical Questions (8 Sep 2020)
    Sheryll Murray: Does my hon. Friend think that Cornwall Council’s staffed office in Brussels is a good use of taxpayers’ money at this time, when the money could be spent on local services?
  • International Trade: Topical Questions (3 Sep 2020)
    Sheryll Murray: If she will make a statement on her departmental responsibilities.
  • International Trade: Topical Questions (3 Sep 2020)
    Sheryll Murray: Cornwall prides itself on its excellent food and drink produce. Will my right hon. Friend please promote this fantastic Cornish and British produce during her trade negotiations around the world?
  • Northern Ireland: Security Situation (2 Sep 2020)
    Sheryll Murray: What recent assessment he has made of the security situation in Northern Ireland.
  • Northern Ireland: Security Situation (2 Sep 2020)
    Sheryll Murray: What action have the Government taken to protect those who provided security in Northern Ireland, in both the police and military, from vexatious historical accusations?
  • Fisheries Bill [Lords] (1 Sep 2020)
    Sheryll Murray: The matter of fisheries is still at the forefront of our negotiations with the EU. I thank my right hon. Friend the Secretary of State and our UK negotiators for holding firm against the unacceptable demands of the European Union for access to UK waters. All UK fishermen are looking forward to the end of the transition period with much optimism. My message is clear: do not surrender to the...
  • Fisheries Bill [Lords] (1 Sep 2020)
    Sheryll Murray: The hon. Gentleman seems to be promoting a link between a trade deal and the share and access to our waters. Is that what he is actually saying?
  • Fisheries Bill [Lords] (1 Sep 2020)
    Sheryll Murray: Does my right hon. Friend accept that using our own landing obligation will stop fishermen having to basically tie up because of the silly CFP by-catch rule?
  • Written Answers — Department for International Development: Syria: International Assistance (15 Jul 2020)
    Sheryll Murray: What steps her Department has taken through the fourth Brussels Conference on Supporting the Future of Syria and the Region held in June 2020 to provide support to people suffering as a result of the conflict in that country.
  • Wales: Covid-19: Tourism Industry (8 Jul 2020)
    Sheryll Murray: What steps the Government are taking to help support the tourism industry in Wales during the covid-19 outbreak.
  • Wales: Covid-19: Tourism Industry (8 Jul 2020)
    Sheryll Murray: Many tourists will go to Wales from England and, indeed, Cornwall. What steps is my right hon. Friend taking to ensure that those travelling, or thinking of travelling, know the differences between any lockdown rules that we have and any that are in place in Wales?
  • Work and Pensions: Topical Questions (29 Jun 2020)
    Sheryll Murray: Many people in my constituency rely on their summer earnings as a contribution towards their annual budget to make ends meet. Tourism is very seasonal, but what it brings has a knock-on effect across all sectors in Cornwall. Will my hon. Friend look at what more can be done if the summer does not produce the savings people need for the lean months?
  • Cabinet Office: EU Trade Negotiations (11 Jun 2020)
    Sheryll Murray: What recent progress the Government have made on trade negotiations with the EU.
  • Cabinet Office: EU Trade Negotiations (11 Jun 2020)
    Sheryll Murray: Will my right hon. Friend confirm that he will not sacrifice access to our waters for any trade deal with the EU and will he make it clear to Mr Barnier that that is not negotiable?
  • Wales: Transport Connectivity (3 Jun 2020)
    Sheryll Murray: What recent discussions he has had with the Secretary of State for Transport on connectivity (a) within Wales and (b) cross-border.
  • Wales: Transport Connectivity (3 Jun 2020)
    Sheryll Murray: I welcome that answer, but I have had lots of correspondence from constituents concerned about people travelling to second and holiday homes. What is hon. Friend’s assessment of what can be done about this in Wales?
  • Defence: VE Day Commemoration (12 May 2020)
    Sheryll Murray: What steps his Department is taking to commemorate VE Day.
  • Defence: VE Day Commemoration (12 May 2020)
    Sheryll Murray: My dad fought in Burma during the second world war, and clearly VJ Day has always been very significant to my family. What plans does my hon. Friend have to celebrate VJ Day in the middle of August?