CHRIS LAW MP SAYS “NO ONE SHOULD BE TURNED AWAY BECAUSE OF THEIR ASSISTANCE DOG”

Chris Law MP supported a campaign to tackle discrimination against guide dog owners at an event in Parliament organised by the charity Guide Dogs. On Wednesday, 19 June, more than a hundred guide dog owners from across the country converged on Westminster Hall in Parliament to share their experiences of being turned away by businesses … Continue reading CHRIS LAW MP SAYS “NO ONE SHOULD BE TURNED AWAY BECAUSE OF THEIR ASSISTANCE DOG”

MP CALLS FOR GOVERNMENT EXPLANATION OVER SAUDI ARABIA ARMS SALES

The SNP’s Spokesperson for International Development and Climate Justice has called for a full explanation from the Foreign Secretary over ongoing arms sales to Saudi Arabia, following a damning ruling by the UK’s court of appeal that the sales were unlawful. At a Parliamentary session of Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs Questions, Chris Law MP raised … Continue reading MP CALLS FOR GOVERNMENT EXPLANATION OVER SAUDI ARABIA ARMS SALES

DUNDEE MP GETS ROPED IN FOR MACMILLAN CANCER SUPPORT TUG OF WAR

Chris Law, MP for Dundee West, got roped into a spot of political heave-ho at Macmillan Cancer Support’s annual House of Commons vs House of Lords Parliamentary Tug of War event. The annual event, which this year took place at Westminster Abbey College Gardens on the evening of Tuesday 4th June, saw political heavyweights go … Continue reading DUNDEE MP GETS ROPED IN FOR MACMILLAN CANCER SUPPORT TUG OF WAR

IMMIGRATION MINISTER URGED TO INTERVENE AMID DUNDEE CONFERENCE VISA REFUSALS

The UK Government’s Immigration Minister has been urged to intervene following the refusal of Visas to delegates set to attend the World Community Development Conference in Dundee later this month. The World Community Development Conference, which will be held in the University of Dundee and other venues across Dundee from the 23rd to 30th June, … Continue reading IMMIGRATION MINISTER URGED TO INTERVENE AMID DUNDEE CONFERENCE VISA REFUSALS

My Brexit Deal Position

On Tuesday 15th January MPs are expected to vote on Theresa May's Brexit deal. My position on that deal is below: “Last month I said I would not vote for a deal that would leave my constituents, my city or my country poorer, and I do not see how this deal is an improvement upon … Continue reading My Brexit Deal Position