Westminster News

Local MP Speakership Update

Thursday 17th October 2019

A few weeks ago Henry confirmed that he had decided to put his hat into the ring for the election of the new Speaker.

Brexit update

Commenting on the latest Brexit developments Henry has said: "First of all, I am delighted the new Prime Minister has really hit the ground running with a sense of urgency on Brexit. Indeed, I was very encouraged by his recent meetings with both President Macron and Chancellor Merkel. Whilst a lot of people predicted both these meetings would be a waste of time, our Prime Minister received a very positive response."

MP taking legal advice over major inaccuracies in recent Sunday Times article

In a recent Sunday Times article published over the weekend of 29th - 30th June 2019 Henry was accused of helping with a human rights campaign involving corrupt money laundering. Henry has said he is now seeking urgent legal advice due to numerous inaccuracies in the article. He was also accused of being “investigated by MI5” which is a complete lie and utter fabrication.

Local MP twice raises Sudan crisis in Parliament

Henry  recently raised both an Urgent Question in the House of Commons on the crisis engulfing Sudan; and then followed this up with a contribution in a Westminster Hall debate.

Henry condemns Iranian oil tanker attacks

Henry has recently spoken out in the House of Commons against Iran’s illegal attacks on oil tankers in international waters. Henry intervened during an Urgent Question to Dr Andrew Murrison MP, Minister of State for the Middle East, on the Gulf of Oman Oil Tanker Attacks.

Henry speaks out in support of the Union

Speaking in the House of Commons, during Scotland Office Questions on Wednesday 19th June, Henry asked the Secretary of State for Scotland how the Government is strengthening the Union.