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House of Commons
2nd June 2016
Notices of Motions for which no days have been fixed
('Early Day Motions')

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1 OBESITY, DIET AND LABELLING 27:5:15
David Tredinnick
John McDonnell
Douglas Chapman
Martyn Day
Mr Virendra Sharma
Kelvin Hopkins
*11
David Simpson Jeremy Corbyn Ms Diane Abbott Dr Philippa Whitford

That this House welcomes the recommendations in the Health Select Committee Report, Impact of Physical Activity on Diet and Health; believes that the Government needs to prioritise prevention, health promotion and early intervention to tackle the growing obesity crisis, and provide the necessary resources; acknowledges that progress has been made by introducing traffic light nutrition labelling; further recommends that Public Health England should introduce clear targets for reductions, with the Government considering regulatory measures to enforce this if voluntary approaches do not work, starting with the reduction in the sugar consumed by children in sugar sweetened drinks and steps to prevent the marketing of unhealthy food and sugary drinks to children; looks forward to the publication of Public Health England's review of the evidence base for introducing a sugar tax, which is expected later this year; and calls on the Government to act swiftly to address the growing obesity crisis which costs the NHS £6 billion a year on medical costs of conditions related to obesity and a further £10 billion on diabetes.

2 NUTRITION IN NHS HOSPITALS 27:5:15
David Tredinnick
John McDonnell
Mr Virendra Sharma
Kelvin Hopkins
Jim Shannon
David Simpson
*7
Jeremy Corbyn

That this House believes that it is unacceptable for NHS hospitals and other properties to continue to serve foods high in sugar, fat and salt; and recommends that the NHS should lead by example and manage its estate in a way that stops promoting the over-consumption of energy-dense nutritionally poor food.

3 MULTILATERAL DISARMAMENT 27:5:15
Paul Flynn
John McDonnell
Martyn Day
Kelvin Hopkins
Mark Durkan
Ms Margaret Ritchie
*8
David Simpson Jeremy Corbyn

That this House supports the Secretary of State for Defence, the right hon. Member for Sevenoaks, when he said in a parliamentary debate in January 2015 that the Government shares the vision of a world that is without nuclear weapons, achieved through multilateral disarmament (Official Report, 20 January 2015, column 105); welcomes the assurance of the Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs, the hon. Member for Bournemouth East, in a departmental press release on 23 May 2015 that the Government retains a commitment to a world without nuclear weapons; and calls on the Government to enter the Trident nuclear weapons system into immediate multilateral nuclear disarmament negotiations to fulfil these commitments.

4 FATALITIES IN AFGHANISTAN (No.1) 27:5:15
Paul Flynn
Angus Brendan MacNeil
John McDonnell
Douglas Chapman
Kelvin Hopkins
Grahame Morris
*9
David Simpson Gavin Robinson Jeremy Corbyn

That this House salutes the bravery of the armed forces who served in Afghanistan and records with sorrow the deaths of Captain Thomas Clarke, aged 30, from Cardiff, Flight Lieutenant Rakesh Chauhan, aged 29, from Birmingham, Warrant Officer Class 2 Spencer Faulkner, aged 38, Corporal James Walters, aged 36, from Cornwall, Lance Corporal Oliver Thomas, aged 26, from Brecon, Sapper Adam Moralee, aged 23, from Newcastle, Captain Richard Holloway, aged 29, from Durham, Warrant Officer Class 2 Ian Fisher, aged 42, from Essex, Lance Corporal James Brynin, The Intelligence Corps, aged 22, from Shoreham-by-Sea, Flight Lieutenant Steven Johnson, aged 38, from Collingham, Nottinghamshire, Flight Lieutenant Leigh Anthony Mitchelmore, aged 28, from Bournemouth, Flight Lieutenant Gareth Rodney Nicholas, aged 40, from Newquay, Cornwall, Flight Lieutenant Allan James Squires, aged 39, from Clatterbridge, Flight Lieutenant Steven Swarbrick, aged 28, from Liverpool, Flight Sergeant Gary Wayne Andrews, aged 48, from Tankerton, Kent, Flight Sergeant Stephen Beattie, aged 42, from Dundee, Flight Sergeant Gerard Martin Bell, aged 48, from Ely, Cambridgeshire, Flight Sergeant Adrian Davies, aged 49, from Amersham, Buckinghamshire, Sergeant Benjamin James Knight, aged 25, from Bridgwater, Sergeant John Joseph Langton, aged 29, from Liverpool, Sergeant Gary Paul Quilliam, aged 42, from Manchester, Corporal Oliver Simon Dicketts, The Parachute Regiment, aged 27, Marine Joseph David Windall, Royal Marines, aged 22, Corporal William Thomas Savage, aged 30, from Irvine, Fusilier Samuel Flint, aged 21, from Blackpool and Private Robert Murray Hetherington, from the United States of America.

5 FATALITIES IN AFGHANISTAN (No. 2) 27:5:15
Paul Flynn
Angus Brendan MacNeil
John McDonnell
Douglas Chapman
Kelvin Hopkins
Grahame Morris
*9
David Simpson Gavin Robinson Jeremy Corbyn

That this House salutes the bravery of the armed forces who served in Afghanistan and records with sorrow the deaths of Lance Corporal Jamie Webb, 1st Battalion The Mercian Regiment, aged 24, from Wythenshawe, Kingsman David Robert Shaw, 1st Battalion The Duke of Lancaster's Regiment, aged 23, from Barrow-in-Furness, Sapper Richard Reginald Walker, 28 Engineer Regiment, aged 23, from Leeds, Captain Walter Barrie, 1 Scots, aged 41, from Glasgow, Lieutenant Edward Drummond-Baxter, 1st Battalion The Royal Gurkha Rifles, aged 29, from County Durham, Lance Corporal Siddhanta Kunwar, 1st Battalion The Royal Gurkha Rifles, aged 28, from Pokhara, Nepal, Corporal David O'Connor, 40 Commando Royal Marines, aged 27, from Havant, Hampshire, Corporal Channing Day, 3 Medical Regiment, aged 25, from Newtownards, County Down, Captain Carl Manley, Royal Marines, aged 41, Captain James Anthony Townley, Corps of Royal Engineers, aged 29, from Tunbridge Wells, Sergeant Jonathan Eric Kups, Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers, aged 38, from Nuneaton, Warwickshire, Sergeant Gareth Thursby, 3 Yorks, aged 29, from Skipton, Private Thomas Wroe, 3 Yorks, aged 18, from Huddersfield, Lance Corporal Duane Groom, 1st Battalion Grenadier Guards, aged 32, from Suva City, Fiji, Sergeant Lee Paul Davidson, The Light Dragoons, aged 32, from Doncaster, and Guardsman Karl Whittle, 1st Battalion Grenadier Guards, aged 22, from Bristol.

6 FATALITIES IN AFGHANISTAN (No. 3) 27:5:15
Paul Flynn
Angus Brendan MacNeil
John McDonnell
Douglas Chapman
Kelvin Hopkins
Grahame Morris
*9
David Simpson Gavin Robinson Jeremy Corbyn

That this House salutes the bravery of the armed forces who served in Afghanistan and records with sorrow the deaths of Corporal Jack Leslie Stanley, The Queen's Royal Hussars, aged 26, from Bolton, Sergeant Luke Taylor, The Royal Marines, aged 33, from Bournemouth, Lance Corporal Michael Foley, Adjutant General's Corps (Staff and Personnel Support), aged 25, from Burnley, Lancashire, Captain Rupert William Michael Bowers, 2nd Battalion The Mercian Regiment, aged 24, from Wolverhampton, Sergeant Nigel Coupe, 1st Battalion The Duke of Lancaster's Regiment, aged 33, from Lytham St. Annes, Lancashire, Corporal Jake Hartley, 3rd Battalion The Yorkshire Regiment, aged 20, from Dewsbury, West Yorkshire, Private Anthony Frampton, 3rd Battalion The Yorkshire Regiment, aged 20, from Huddersfield, Private Christopher Kershaw, 3rd Battalion The Yorkshire Regiment, aged 19, from Bradford, Private Daniel Wade, 3rd Battalion The Yorkshire Regiment, aged 20, from Warrington, Private Daniel Wilford, 3rd Battalion The Yorkshire Regiment, aged 21, from Huddersfield, Senior Aircraftman Ryan Tomlin, 2 Squadron RAF Regiment, aged 21, from Hemel Hempstead, Lance Corporal Gajbahadur Gurung, Royal Gurkha Rifles, aged 26, from Majthana, Nepal, Signaller Ian Gerard Sartorius-Jones, 20th Armoured Brigade Headquarters and Signal Squadran (200), aged 21, from Runcorn, Cheshire, Rifleman Sachin Limbu, 1st Battalion The Royal Gurkha Rifles, aged 23, from Rajghat, Morang, Nepal, Private John King, 1st Battalion The Yorkshire Regiment, aged 19, from Darlington, Squadron Leader Anthony Downing, Royal Air Force, aged 34, from Kent and Captain Tom Jennings, Royal Marines, aged 29.

7 FATALITIES IN AFGHANISTAN (No. 4) 27:5:15
Paul Flynn
Angus Brendan MacNeil
John McDonnell
Douglas Chapman
Kelvin Hopkins
Grahame Morris
*9
David Simpson Gavin Robinson Jeremy Corbyn

That this House salutes the bravery of the armed forces who served in Afghanistan and records with sorrow the deaths of Guardsman Jamie Shadrake, 1st Battalion Grenadier Guards, aged 20, from Wrexham, Wales, Lance Corporal Matthew David Smith, Corps of Royal Engineers, aged 26, from Aldershot, Lieutenant Andrew Robert Chesterman, 3rd Battalion The Rifles, aged 26, from Guildford, Warrant Officer Class 2 Leonard Perran Thomas, Royal Corps of Signals, aged 44, from Ross-on-Wye, Guardsman Craig Andrew Roderick, 1st Battalion Welsh Guards, aged 22, from Cardiff, Guardsman Apete Saunikalou Ratumaiyale Tuisovurua, 1st Battalion Welsh Guards, aged 28, from Fiji, Corporal Alex Guy, 1st Battalion The Royal Anglian Regiment, aged 37, from St Neots, Cambridgeshire, Lance Corporal James Ashworth, 1st Battalion Grenadier Guards, aged 23, from Kettering, Private Gregg Thomas Stone, 3rd Battalion The Yorkshire Regiment, aged 20, from Yorkshire, Corporal Michael John Thacker, 1st Battalion The Royal Welsh, aged 27, from Swindon, Wiltshire, Captain Stephen James Healey, 1st Battalion The Royal Welsh, aged 29, from Cardiff, Corporal Brent John McCarthy, Royal Air Force, aged 25, from Priorslee, Telford, Lance Corporal Lee Thomas Davies, 1st Battalion Welsh Guards, aged 27, from Carmarthen, Corporal Andrew Steven Roberts, 23 Pioneer Regiment, The Royal Logistic Corps, aged 32, from Middlesbrough, Private Ratu Manasa Silibaravi, 23 Pioneer Regiment, The Royal Logistic Corps, aged 32, from Fiji, Guardsman Michael Roland, 1st Battalion Grenadier Guards, aged 22, from Worthing and Sapper Connor Ray, 33 Engineer Regiment (Explosive Ordnance Disposal), aged 21, from Newport.

8 FATALITIES IN AFGHANISTAN (No. 5) 27:5:15
Paul Flynn
Angus Brendan MacNeil
John McDonnell
Douglas Chapman
Kelvin Hopkins
Grahame Morris
*9
David Simpson Gavin Robinson Jeremy Corbyn

That this House salutes the bravery of the armed forces who served in Afghanistan and records with sorrow the deaths of Sapper Elijah Bond, 35 Engineer Regiment Royal Engineers, aged 24, from St Austell, Rifleman Sheldon Lee Jordan Steel, 5th Battalion The Rifles, aged 20, from Leeds, Private Thomas Christopher Lake, 1st Battalion The Princess of Wales's Royal Regiment, aged 29, from Watford, Lieutenant David Boyce, 1st The Queen's Dragoon Guards, aged 25, from Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire, Lance Corporal Richard Scanlon, 1st The Queen's Dragoons Guards, aged 31, from Rhymney, Gwent, Lance Corporal Peter Eustace, 2nd Battalion The Rifles, aged 25, from Liverpool, Private Matthew Thornton, 4th Battalion The Yorkshire Regiment, aged 28, from Barnsley, Private Matthew James Sean Haseldin, 2nd Battalion The Mercia Regiment, aged 21, from Settle, Yorkshire, Rifleman Vijay Rai, 2nd Battalion The Royal Gurkha Rifles, aged 21, from the Bhojpur District, Deaurali East of Nepal, Marine David Fairbrother, Kilo Company, 42 Commando Royal Marines, aged 24, from Blackburn, Lance Corporal Jonathan James McKinley, 1st Battalion The Rifles, aged 33, from Darlington, County Durham, Sergeant Barry John Weston, Kilo Company, 42 Commando Royal Marines, aged 40, from Reading, Lieutenant Daniel John Clack, 1st Battalion The Rifles, aged 24, from North London, Marine James Robert Wright, 42 Commando Royal Marines, aged 22, from Weymouth and Corporal Mark Anthony Palin, 1st Battalion The Rifles, aged 32, from Plymouth.

9 FATALITIES IN AFGHANISTAN (No. 6) 27:5:15
Paul Flynn
Angus Brendan MacNeil
John McDonnell
Douglas Chapman
Kelvin Hopkins
Grahame Morris
*9
David Simpson Gavin Robinson Jeremy Corbyn

That this House salutes the bravery of the armed forces who served in Afghanistan and records with sorrow the deaths of Lance Corporal Paul Watkins, 9th/12th Royal Lancers (Prince of Wales's), aged 24, from Port Elizabeth, Republic of South Africa, Highlander Scott McLaren, The Highlanders 4th Battalion the Royal Regiment of Scotland, aged 20, from Edinburgh, Private Gareth Leslie William Bellingham, 3rd Battalion The Mercian Regiment (Stafford), aged 22, from Stoke-on-Trent, Corporal Lloyd Newell, The Parachute Regiment, Craftsman Andrew Found, Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers, aged 27, from Whitby, Rifleman Martin Jon Lamb, 1st Battalion the Rifles, aged 27, from Gloucester, Lance Corporal Martin Joseph Gill, 42 Commando Royal Marines, aged 22, from Nottingham, Corporal Michael John Pike, The Highlanders 4th Battalion The Royal Regiment of Scotland, aged 26, from Huntly, Scotland, Lieutenant Oliver Richard Augustin, Juliet Company, 42 Commando Royal Marines, aged 23, from Kent, Marine Samuel Giles William Alexander MC, Juliet Company, 42 Commando Royal Marines, aged 28, from London, Colour Sergeant Kevin Charles Fortuna, A Company, 1st Battalion The Rifles, aged 36, from Cheltenham, Marine Nigel Dean Mead, 42 Commando Royal Marines, aged 19, from Carmarthen, Captain Lisa Jade Head, 11 EOD Regiment RLC, aged 29, from Huddersfield, Colour Sergeant Alan Cameron, 1st Battalion Scots Guards, aged 42, from Livingston, Scotland, Major Matthew James Collins, 1st Battalion Irish Guards, aged 38, from Backwell, Somerset and Lance Sergeant Mark Terence Burgan, 1st Battalion Irish Guards, aged 28, from Liverpool.

10 FATALITIES IN AFGHANISTAN (No. 7) 27:5:15
Paul Flynn
Angus Brendan MacNeil
John McDonnell
Douglas Chapman
Kelvin Hopkins
Grahame Morris
*9
David Simpson Gavin Robinson Jeremy Corbyn

That this House salutes the bravery of the armed forces who served in Afghanistan and records with sorrow the deaths of Private Daniel Steven Prior, 2nd Battalion The Parachute Regiment, aged 27, from Peacehaven, East Sussex, Lance Corporal McKee, 1st Battalion The Royal Irish Regiment, aged 27, from Banbridge, County Down, Northern Ireland, Lance Corporal Liam Richard Tasker, Royal Army Veterinary Corps, aged 26, from Kirkcaldy, Fife, Scotland, Private Robert Wood, 17 Port and Maritime Regiment Royal Logistic Corps, aged 28, from Hampshire, Private Dean Hutchinson, 9 Regiment The Royal Logistic Corps, aged 23, from Wiltshire, Lance Corporal Kyle Cleet Marshall, 2nd Battalion The Parachute Regiment, aged 23, from Newcastle, Private Lewis Hendry, 3rd Battalion The Parachute Regiment, aged 20, from Norwich, Private Conrad Lewis, 4th Battalion The Parachute Regiment, aged 22, from Bournemouth, Warrant Officer Class 2 (Company Sergeant Major) Colin Beckett, 3rd Battalion The Parachute Regiment, aged 36, from Peterborough, Ranger David Dalzell, 1st Battalion, The Royal Irish Regiment, aged 20, from Bangor County Down, Private Martin Simon George Bell, 2nd Battalion The Parachute Regiment, aged 24, from Bradford, Private Joseva Saqanagonedau Vatubua, 5th Battalion The Royal Regiment of Scotland, aged 24, from Suva, Fiji, Warrant Officer Class 2 Charles Henry Wood, 23 Pioneer Regiment Royal Logistic Corps, serving with the Counter-Improvised Explosive Device Task Force, aged 34, from Middlesbrough, and Corporal Steven Thomas Dunn, 216 (Parachute) Signal Squadron, attached to 2nd Battalion The Parachute Regiment Battlegroup, aged 27, from Gateshead.

11 FATALITIES IN AFGHANISTAN (No. 8) 27:5:15
Paul Flynn
Angus Brendan MacNeil
John McDonnell
Douglas Chapman
Kelvin Hopkins
Grahame Morris
*9
David Simpson Gavin Robinson Jeremy Corbyn

That this House salutes the bravery of the armed forces who served in Afghanistan and records with sorrow the deaths of Private John Howard, 3rd Battalion The Parachute Regiment, aged 23, from Wellington, New Zealand, Guardsman Christopher Davies, 1st Battalion Irish Guards, aged 22, from St Helens, Merseyside, Ranger Aaron McCormick, 1st Battalion The Royal Irish Regiment, aged 22, from Coleraine in County Londonderry, Senior Aircraftsman Scott 'Scotty' Hughes, 1 Squadron Royal Air Force Regiment, aged 20, from North Wales, Sapper William Bernard Blanchard, 101 (City of London) Engineer Regiment (Explosive Ordnance Disposal), aged 39, from Gosport, Hampshire, Corporal David Barnsdale, 33 Engineer Regiment, aged 24, from Tring, Sergeant Peter Anthony Rayner, 2nd Battalion The Duke of Lancaster's Regiment, aged 34, from Bradford, Rifleman Suraj Gurung, 1st Battalion The Royal Gurkha Rifles, aged 22, from Gorkha in Nepal, Corporal Matthew Thomas, Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers, Sergeant Andrew James Jones, Royal Engineers, aged 35, from Newport, South Wales, Trooper Andrew Martin Howarth, The Queen's Royal Lancers, aged 20, from Bournemouth, Kingsman Darren Deady, 2nd Battalion The Duke of Lancaster's Regiment, aged 22, from Bolton, Captain Andrew Griffiths, 2nd Battalion The Duke of Lancaster's Regiment, aged 25, from Richmond, North Yorkshire, Lance Corporal Joseph McFarlane Pool, The Royal Scots Borderers 1st Battalion The Royal Regiment of Scotland, aged 26, from Greenock, and Lance Corporal Jordan Dean Bancroft, 1st Battalion The Duke of Lancaster's Regiment, aged 25, from Burnley.

12 FATALITIES IN AFGHANISTAN (No. 9) 27:5:15
Paul Flynn
Angus Brendan MacNeil
John McDonnell
Douglas Chapman
Kelvin Hopkins
Grahame Morris
*9
David Simpson Gavin Robinson Jeremy Corbyn

That this House salutes the bravery of the armed forces who served in Afghanistan and records with sorrow the deaths of Sapper Ishwor Gurung, 69 Gurkha Field Squadron, 21 Engineer Regiment, aged 21, from Pokhara, Nepal, Sapper Darren Foster, 21 Engineer Regiment, aged 20, from Carlisle, Rifleman Remand Kulung, 1st Battalion The Mercian Regiment (Cheshire), aged 27, from Nepal, Lietuenant John Charles Sanderson, 1st Battalion The Mercian Regiment (Cheshire), aged 29, from Oklahoma, USA, Marine Adam Brown, 40 Commando Royal Marines, aged 26, from Burtle, near Glastonbury, Lance Sergeant Dale Alanzo McCallum, 1st Battalion Scots Guards, aged 31, from Hanover, Jamaica, Sapper Mark Antony Smith, 36 Engineer Regiment, aged 26, from Swanley, Kent, Corporal Matthew James Stenton, The Royal Dragoon Guards, aged 23, from Wakefield, Lance Corporal Stephen Daniel Monkhouse, 1st Battalion Scots Guards, aged 28, from Greenock, Staff Sergeant Brett George Linley, The Royal Logistic Corps, aged 29, from Birmingham, Sergeant David Thomas Monkhouse, The Royal Dragoon Guards, aged 35, from Aspatria, Cumbria, Senior Aircraftman Kinikki 'Griff' Griffiths, aged 20, Marine Jonathan David Thomas Crookes, 40 Commando Royal Marines, aged 26, from Birmingham, Marine Matthew Harrison, 40 Commando Royal Marines, aged 23, from Hemel Hempstead, Major James Joshua Bowman, 1st Battalion The Royal Gurkha Rifles, aged 34, from Salisbury, Lieutenant Neal Turkington, 1st Battalion The Royal Gurkha Rifles, aged 26, from Craigavon, and Corporal Arjun Purja Pun, 1st Battalion The Royal Gurkha Rifles, aged 33, from Khibang village Magdi District, Nepal.

13 FATALITIES IN AFGHANISTAN (No. 10) 27:5:15
Paul Flynn
Angus Brendan MacNeil
John McDonnell
Douglas Chapman
Kelvin Hopkins
Grahame Morris
*9
David Simpson Gavin Robinson Jeremy Corbyn

That this House salutes the bravery of the armed forces who served in Afghanistan and records with sorrow the deaths of Marine David Charles Hart, 40 Commando Royal Marines, aged 23, from Upper Poppleton, North Yorkshire, Bombardier Samuel Joseph Robinson, 5th Regiment Royal Artillery, aged 31, from Carmarthen, Private Thomas Sephton, 1st Battalion The Mercian Regiment, aged 20, from Warrington, Trooper James Anthony Leverett, Royal Dragoon Guards, aged 20, from Sheffield, Corporal Seth Stephens, Royal Marines, Corporal Jamie Kirkpatrick, 101 Engineer Regiment (Explosive Ordnance Disposal), aged 32, from Llanelli, Bombardier Stephen Raymond Gilbert, 4th Regiment Royal Artillery, aged 36, from Topcliffe, North Yorkshire, Colour Sergeant Martyn Horton, 1st Battalion The Mercian Regiment, aged 34, from Runcorn, Lance Corporal David Ramsden, 1st Battalion The Yorkshire Regiment, aged 26, from Leeds, Private Douglas Halliday, 1st Battalion The Mercian Regiment, aged 20, from Wallasey, Merseyside, Private Alex Isaac, 1st Battalion The Mercian Regiment, aged 20, from the Wirral, Sergeant Steven William Darbyshire, 40 Commando Royal Marines, aged 35, from Wigan, Lance Corporal Michael Taylor, Charlie Company, 40 Commando Royal Marines, aged 30, from Rhyl, Marine Paul Warren, 40 Commando Royal Marines, aged 23, from Leyland, Lancashire, Marine Richard Hollington, 40 Commando Royal Marines, aged 23, from Petersfield, Trooper Ashley Smith, Royal Dragoon Guards, aged 21, from York, Corporal Taniela Tolevu Rogoiruwai, aged 32, from Nausori, Fiji, Kingsman Pomipate Tagitaginimoce, aged 29, from Nausori, Fiji, and Marine Steven James Birdsall, 40 Commando Royal Marines, aged 20, from Warrington.

14 FATALITIES IN AFGHANISTAN (No. 11) 27:5:15
Paul Flynn
Angus Brendan MacNeil
John McDonnell
Douglas Chapman
Kelvin Hopkins
Grahame Morris
*9
David Simpson Gavin Robinson Jeremy Corbyn

That this House salutes the bravery of the armed forces who served in Afghanistan and records with sorrow the deaths of Lance Corporal Andrew Breeze, B (Malta) Company, 1st Battalion The Mercian Regiment (Cheshire), aged 31, from Manchester, Private Jonathan Monk, 2nd Battalion The Princess of Wales's Royal Regiment, aged 25, from London, Lance Bombardier Mark Chandler, 3rd Regiment Royal Horse Artillery, aged 32, from Nailsworth, Gloucestershire, Corporal Terry Webster, 1st Battalion The Mercian Regiment (Cheshire), aged 24, from Chester, Lance Corporal Alan Cochran, 1st Battalion The Mercian Regiment (Cheshire), aged 23, from St Asaph, North Wales, Marine Anthony Dean Hotine, 40 Commando Royal Marines, aged 21, from Warminster, Marine Scott Gregory Taylor, 40 Commando Royal Marines, aged 20, from Buxton, Corporal Stephen Curley, 40 Commando Royal Marines, aged 26, from Exeter, Gunner Zak Cusack, 4th Regiment Royal Artillery, aged 20, from Stoke-on-Trent, Corporal Stephen Walker, 40 Commando Royal Marines, aged 42, from Lisburn, Northern Ireland, Corporal Christopher Lewis Harrison, 40 Commando Royal Marines, aged 26, from Watford, Sapper Daryn Roy, 21 Engineer Regiment, aged 28, from Consett, County Durham, Lance Corporal Barry Buxton, 21 Engineer Regiment, aged 27, from Meir, Stoke-on-Trent, Corporal Harvey Holmes, 1st Battalion The Mercian Regiment, aged 22, from Hyde, Greater Manchester, Fusilier Jonathan Burgess, 1st Battalion The Royal Welsh, aged 20, from Townhill, Swansea, Rifleman Mark Turner, 3rd Battalion The Rifles, aged 21, from Gateshead, and Guardsman Michael Sweeney, 1st Battalion Coldstream Guards, aged 19, from Blyth in Northumberland.

15 FATALITIES IN AFGHANISTAN (No. 12) 27:5:15
Paul Flynn
Angus Brendan MacNeil
John McDonnell
Douglas Chapman
Kelvin Hopkins
Grahame Morris
*9
David Simpson Gavin Robinson Jeremy Corbyn

That this House salutes the bravery of the armed forces who served in Afghanistan and records with sorrow the deaths of Rifleman Daniel Holkham, 3rd Battalion The Rifles, aged 19, from Chatham, Kent, Lance Corporal of Horse Jonathan Woodgate, Household Cavalry Regiment, aged 26, from Lavenham, Suffolk, Sergeant Steven Campbell, 3rd Battalion The Rifles, aged 30, from Durham, Lance Corporal Scott Hardy, 1st Battalion The Royal Anglian Regiment, aged 26, from Chelmsford, Private James Grigg, 1st Battalion The Royal Anglian Regiment, aged 20, from Hartismere, Suffolk, Captain Martin Driver, 1st Battalion The Royal Anglian Regiment, aged 31, from Barnsley, Corporal Stephen Thompson, 1st Battalion The Rifles, aged 31, from Bovey Tracey, Devon, Lance Corporal Tom Keogh, 4th Battalion The Rifles, aged 24, from Paddington, London, Rifleman Liam Maughan, 3rd Battalion The Rifles, aged 18, from Doncaster, Rifleman Jonathan Allott, 3rd Battalion The Rifles, aged 19, from North Shields, Corporal Richard Green, 3rd Battalion The Rifles, aged 23, from Reading, Rifleman Carlo Apolis, 4th Battalion The Rifles, aged 28, from South Africa, Sergeant Paul Fox, 28 Engineer Regiment, aged 34, from St Ives, Rifleman Martin Kinggett, 4th Battalion The Rifles, aged 19, from Dagenham, Senior Aircraftman Luke Southgate, II Squadron Royal Air Force Regiment, aged 20, from Bury St Edmunds, Lance Sergeant David 'Davey' Walker, 1st Battalion Scots Guards, aged 36, from Glasgow, Lieutenant Douglas Dalzell, 1st Battalion Coldstream Guards from Berkshire and Sapper Guy Mellors, 36 Engineer Regiment, aged 20, from Coventry.

16 FATALITIES IN AFGHANISTAN (No. 13) 27:5:15
Paul Flynn
Angus Brendan MacNeil
John McDonnell
Douglas Chapman
Kelvin Hopkins
Grahame Morris
*9
David Simpson Gavin Robinson Jeremy Corbyn

That this House salutes the bravery of the armed forces who served in Afghanistan and records with sorrow the deaths of Kingsman Sean Dawson, 2nd Battalion The Duke of Lancaster's Regiment, aged 19, from Ashton-under-Lyne, Manchester, Rifleman Mark Marshall, 6th Battalion The Rifles, aged 29, from Exeter, Lance Sergeant Dave Greenhalgh, 1st Battalion Grenadier Guards, aged 25, from Ilkeston, Derbyshire, Lance Corporal Darren Hicks, from Mousehole, Cornwall, Warrant Officer Class 2 David Markland, 36 Engineer Regiment, aged 36, from Euxton, Lancashire, Corporal John Moore, The Royal Scots Borderers, 1st Battalion The Royal Regiment of Scotland, aged 22, from Lanarkshire, Private Sean McDonald, The Royal Scots Borderers, 1st Battalion The Royal Regiment of Scotland, aged 26, from Edinburgh, Corporal Liam Riley, 3rd Battalion The Yorkshire Regiment, aged 21, from Sheffield, Lance Corporal Graham Shaw, 3rd Battalion The Yorkshire Regiment, aged 27, from Huddersfield, Lance Corporal Daniel Cooper, 3rd Battalion The Rifles, aged 22, from Hereford, Rifleman Peter Aldridge, 4th Battalion The Rifles, aged 19, Corporal Lee Brownson, 3rd Battalion The Rifles, aged 30, from Bishop Auckland, Rifleman Luke Farmer, 3rd Battalion The Rifles, aged 19, from Pontefract, Captain Daniel Reed, 11 Explosive Ordnance Disposal Regiment, Royal Logistics Corps, aged 32, from Rainham, Kent, Private Robert Hayes, 1st Battalion The Royal Anglian Regiment, aged 19, from Cambridge, Sapper David Watson, 33 Engineer Regiment (Explosive Ordnance Disposal), aged 23, and Rifleman Aidan Howell, 3rd Battalion The Rifles, aged 19, from Sidcup, Kent.

17 FATALITIES IN AFGHANISTAN (No. 14) 27:5:15
Paul Flynn
Angus Brendan MacNeil
John McDonnell
Douglas Chapman
Kelvin Hopkins
Grahame Morris
*9
David Simpson Gavin Robinson Jeremy Corbyn

That this House salutes the bravery of the armed forces who served in Afghanistan and records with sorrow the deaths of Lance Corporal Tommy Brown, The Parachute Regiment, Lance Corporal Christopher Roney, A Company, 3rd Battalion The Rifles, aged 23, from Sunderland, Lance Corporal Michael David Pritchard, 4th Regiment, Royal Military Police, aged 22, from Maidstone, Corporal Simon Hornby, 2nd Battalion The Duke of Lancaster's Regiment, aged 29, from Liverpool, Lance Corporal David Leslie Kirkness, 3rd Battalion The Rifles, aged 24, from West Yorkshire, Rifleman James Stephen Brown, 3rd Battalion The Rifles, aged 18, from Kent, Lance Corporal Adam Drane, 1st Battalion The Royal Anglian Regiment, aged 23, from Bury St Edmunds, Acting Sergeant John Paxton Amer, 1st Battalion Coldstream Guards, from Sunderland, Sergeant Robert David Loughran-Dickson, 4th Regiment Royal Military Police, aged 33, from Deal, Kent, Corporal Loren Owen Christopher Marlton-Thomas, 33 Engineer Regiment (EOD), aged 28, Rifleman Andrew Ian Fentiman, 7th Battalion The Rifles, aged 23, from Cambridge, Rifleman Samuel John Bassett, 4th Battalion The Rifles, aged 20, from Plymouth, Rifleman Philip Allen, 2 Rifles, aged 20, from Dorset, Sergeant Phillip Scott, 3rd Battalion The Rifles, aged 30, from Malton, Warrant Officer Class 1 Darren Chant, 1st Battalion The Grenadier Guards, aged 40, from Walthamstow, Sergeant Matthew Telford, 1st Battalion The Grenadier Guards, aged 37, from Grimsby, Guardsman James Major, 1st Battalion The Grenadier Guards, aged 18, from Grimsby, and Corporal Steven Boote, Royal Military Police, aged 22, from Birkenhead, Liverpool.

18 FATALITIES IN AFGHANISTAN (No. 15) 27:5:15
Paul Flynn
Angus Brendan MacNeil
John McDonnell
Douglas Chapman
Kelvin Hopkins
Grahame Morris
*9
David Simpson Gavin Robinson Jeremy Corbyn

That this House salutes the bravery of the armed forces who served in Afghanistan and records with sorrow the deaths of Corporal Nicholas Webster-Smith, Royal Military Police, aged 24, from Glangwili, Staff Sergeant Olaf Sean George Schmid, Royal Logistic Corps, aged 30, from Truro, Corporal Thomas 'Tam' Mason, the Black Watch, 3rd Battalion the Royal Regiment of Scotland, aged 27, from Rosyth, Corporal James Oakland, Royal Military Police, aged 26, from Manchester, Lance Corporal James Hill, 1st Battalion Coldstream Guards, aged 23, from Redhill, Surrey, Guardsman James Janes, 1st Battalion Grenadier Guards, aged 20, from Brighton, Acting Corporal Marcin Wojtak, 34 Squadron RAF regiment, aged 24, from Leicester, Private James Prosser, 2nd Battalion The Royal Welsh, aged 21, from Cwmbran, Acting Sergeant Michael Lockett MC, 2nd Battalion The Mercian Regiment, from Monifieth in Angus, Acting Sergeant Stuart McGrath, 2nd Battalion, The Rifles, aged 28, from Buckinghamshire, Trooper Brett Hall, 2nd Royal Tank Regiment, aged 21, from Dartmouth, Kingsman Jason Dunn-Bridgeman, 2nd Battalion The Duke of Lancaster's Regiment, aged 20, from Liverpool, Corporal John Harrison, The Parachute Regiment, Private Gavin Elliott, 2nd Battalion The Mercian Regiment, aged 19, from Woodsetts, Worksop, Nottinghamshire, Lance Corporal Richard Brandon, Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers, aged 24, from Kidderminster, Sergeant Stuart 'Gus' Millar, The Black Watch, 3rd Battalion The Royal Regiment of Scotland, aged 40, from Inverness, Private Kevin Elliott, The Black Watch, 3rd Battalion The Royal Regiment of Scotland, aged 24, from Dundee, and Sergeant Lee Andrew Houltram, Royal Marines.

19 FATALITIES IN AFGHANISTAN (No. 16) 27:5:15
Paul Flynn
Angus Brendan MacNeil
John McDonnell
Douglas Chapman
Kelvin Hopkins
Grahame Morris
*9
David Simpson Gavin Robinson Jeremy Corbyn

That this House salutes the bravery of the armed forces who served in Afghanistan and records with sorrow the deaths of Fusilier Shaun Bush, 2nd Battalion The Royal Regiment of Fusiliers, aged 24, from Warwickshire, Sergeant Paul McAleese, 2nd Battalion The Rifles, aged 29, from Hereford, Private Jonathon Young, 3rd Battalion The Yorkshire Regiment (Duke of Wellington's), aged 18, from Hull, Lance Corporal James Fullarton, 2nd Battalion The Royal Regiment of Fusiliers, aged 24, from Coventry, Fusilier Simon Annis, 2nd Battalion The Royal Regiment of Fusiliers, from Salford, Fusilier Louis Carter, 2nd Battalion The Royal Regiment of Fusiliers, from Nuneaton, Sergeant Simon Valentine, aged 29, from Bedworth, Private Richard Hunt, 2nd Battalion The Royal Welsh, aged 21, from Abergavenny, Captain Mark Hale, 2nd Battalion The Rifles, aged 42, from Bournemouth, Lance Bombardier Matthew Hatton, 40th Regiment Royal Artillery (The Lowland Gunners), aged 23, from Easingwold, North Yorkshire, Rifleman Daniel Wild, 2nd Battalion The Rifles, aged 19, from Hartlepool, Private Jason George Williams, 2nd Battalion The Mercian Regiment, aged 23, from Worcester, Corporal Kevin Mulligan, The Parachute Regiment, aged 26, Lance Corporal Dale Thomas Hopkins, The Parachute Regiment, aged 23, Private Kyle Adams, The Parachute Regiment, aged 21, Craftsman Anthony Lombardi, aged 21, from Scunthorpe, Trooper Phillip Lawrence, Light Dragoons, aged 22, from Birkenhead, Warrant Officer Class 2 Sean Upton, 5th Regiment Royal Artillery, aged 35, from Nottinghamshire and Bombardier Craig Hopson, 40th Regiment Royal Artillery (The Lowland Gunners), aged 24, from Castleford.

20 FATALITIES IN AFGHANISTAN (No. 17) 27:5:15
Paul Flynn
Angus Brendan MacNeil
John McDonnell
Douglas Chapman
Kelvin Hopkins
Grahame Morris
*9
David Simpson Gavin Robinson Jeremy Corbyn

That this House salutes the bravery of the armed forces who served in Afghanistan and records with sorrow the deaths of Guardsman Christopher King, 1st Battalion Coldstream Guards, aged 20, from Birkenhead, Liverpool, Captain Daniel Shepherd, 11 Explosive Ordnance Disposal Regiment, The Royal Logistic Corps, aged 28, from Lincoln, Corporal Joseph Etchells, 2nd Battalion The Royal Regiment of Fusiliers, aged 22, from Mossley, Rifleman Aminiasi Toge, 2nd Battalion The Rifles, aged 26, from Suva, Fiji, Corporal Jonathan Horne, 2nd Battalion The Rifles, aged 28, from Walsall, Rifleman William Aldridge, 2nd Battalion The Rifles, aged 18, from Bromyard, Herefordshire, Rifleman James Backhouse, 2nd Battalion The Rifles, aged 18, from Castleford, Yorkshire, Rifleman Joe Murphy, 2nd Battalion The Rifles, aged 18, from Castle Bromwich, Birmingham, Rifleman Daniel Simpson, 2nd Battalion The Rifles, aged 20, from Croydon, Corporal Lee Scott, 2nd Royal Tank Regiment, aged 26, from King's Lynn, Private John Brackpool, 1st Battalion Welsh Guards, aged 27, from Crawley, West Sussex, Rifleman Daniel Hume, 4th Battalion The Rifles, Trooper Christopher Whiteside, The Light Dragoons, aged 20, from Blackpool, Captain Ben Babington-Browne, 22 Engineer Regiment, Royal Engineers, aged 27, from Maidstone, Lance Corporal Dane Elson, 1st Battalion Welsh Guards, aged 22, from Bridgend, Lance Corporal David Dennis, The Light Dragoons, aged 29, from Llanelli, Wales, Private Robert Laws, 2nd Battalion The Mercian Regiment, aged 18, from Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, Lieutenant Colonel Rupert Thorneloe MBE, Commanding Officer, 1st Battalion Welsh Guards and Trooper Joshua Hammond, 2nd Royal Tank Regiment, aged 18.

21 FATALITIES IN AFGHANISTAN (No. 18) 27:5:15
Paul Flynn
Angus Brendan MacNeil
John McDonnell
Douglas Chapman
Kelvin Hopkins
Grahame Morris
*9
David Simpson Gavin Robinson Jeremy Corbyn

That this House salutes the bravery of the armed forces who served in Afghanistan and records with sorrow the deaths of Major Sean Birchall, 1st Battalion Welsh Guards, aged 33, Lieutenant Paul Mervis, 2nd Battalion The Rifles, aged 27, from London, Private Robert McLaren, The Black Watch, 3rd Battalion The Royal Regiment of Scotland, aged 20, from the Isle of Mull, Rifleman Cyrus Thatcher, 2nd Battalion The Rifles, aged 19, from Reading, Lance Corporal Nigel Moffett, The Light Dragoons, aged 28, from Belfast, Corporal Stephen Bolger, The Parachute Regiment, Lance Corporal Kieron Hill, 2nd Battalion The Mercian Regiment (Worcesters and Foresters), aged 20, from Nottingham, Lance Corporal Robert Martin Richards, Armoured Support Group Royal Marines, aged 24, from Betws-y-Coed, North Wales, Sapper Jordan Rossi, 25 Field Squadron, 38 Engineer Regiment, aged 22, from West Yorkshire, Fusilier Petero 'Pat' Suesue, 2nd Battalion The Royal Regiment of Fusiliers, aged 28, from Fiji, Marine Jason Mackie, Armoured Support Group Royal Marines, aged 21, from Bampton, Oxfordshire, Lieutenant Mark Evison, 1st Battalion Welsh Guards, aged 26, Sergeant Ben Ross, 173 Provost Company, 3rd Regiment Royal Military Police, Corporal Kumar Pun, 1st Battalion The Royal Gurkha Rifles, Rifleman Adrian Sheldon, 2 Rifles, from Kirkby-in-Ashfield, Corporal Sean Binnie, 3 Scots, aged 22, Lance Sergeant Tobie Fasfous, 1st Battalion Welsh Guards, aged 29, Corporal Dean Thomas John, Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers, aged 25, from Neath, and Corporal Graeme Stiff, Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers, aged 24, from Munster, Germany.

22 FATALITIES IN AFGHANISTAN (No. 19) 27:5:15
Paul Flynn
Angus Brendan MacNeil
John McDonnell
Douglas Chapman
Kelvin Hopkins
Grahame Morris
*9
David Simpson Gavin Robinson Jeremy Corbyn

That this House salutes the bravery of the armed forces who served in Afghanistan and records with sorrow the deaths of Lance Corporal Christopher Harkett, 2nd Battalion The Royal Welsh, aged 22, from Swansea, Marine Michael 'Mick' Laski, 45 Commando Royal Marines, aged 21, from Liverpool, Corporal Tom Gaden, 1st Battalion The Rifles, aged 24, from Taunton, Lance Corporal Paul Upton, 1st Battalion The Rifles, aged 31, Rifleman Jamie Gunn, 1st Battalion The Rifles, aged 21, from Leamington Spa, Lance Corporal Stephen 'Schnoz' Kingscott, 1st Battalion The Rifles, aged 22, from Plymouth, Marine Darren 'Daz' Smith, 45 Commando Royal Marines, aged 27, from Fleetwood, Lancashire, Corporal Daniel 'Danny' Nield, 1st Battalion The Rifles, aged 31, from Cheltenham, Acting Corporal Richard 'Robbo' Robinson, 1st Battalion The Rifles, aged 21, from Cornwall, Captain Tom Sawyer, 29 Commando Regiment Royal Artillery, aged 26, from Hertfordshire, Corporal Danny Winter, 45 Commando Royal Marines, aged 28, from Stockport, Marine Travis Mackin, Communications Squadron United Kingdom Landing Force Command Support Group, aged 22, from Plymouth, Sergeant Chris Reed, 6th Battalion The Rifles, aged 25, from Plymouth, Corporal Liam Elms, RM, 45 Commando Royal Marines, aged 26, from Wigan, Lance Corporal Benjamin Whatley, 42 Commando Royal Marines, aged 20, from King's Lynn, Corporal Robert Deering, Commando Logistic Regiment Royal Marines, aged 33, from Solihull, Rifleman Stuart Nash, 1st Battalion The Rifles, aged 21, from Sydney, Australia, and Lieutenant Aaron Lewis, 29 Commando Regiment Royal Artillery, aged 26, from Essex.

23 FATALITIES IN AFGHANISTAN (No. 20) 27:5:15
Paul Flynn
Angus Brendan MacNeil
John McDonnell
Douglas Chapman
Kelvin Hopkins
Grahame Morris
*9
David Simpson Gavin Robinson Jeremy Corbyn

That this House salutes the bravery of the armed forces who served in Afghanistan and records with sorrow the deaths of Lance Corporal Steven 'Jamie' Fellows, 45 Commando Royal Marines, aged 28, from Sheffield, Marine Damian Davies, aged 27, Sergeant John Manuel, aged 38, from North East England, Corporal Mark Birch, aged 26, from Northampton, Marine Tony Evans, aged 20, from Sunderland, Marine Georgie Sparks, aged 19, from Epping, Marine Alexander Lucas, 45 Commando Royal Marines, aged 24, from Edinburgh, Colour Sergeant Krishnabahadur Dura, 2nd Battalion The Royal Gurkha Rifles, aged 36, from the Lamjung District of Western Nepal, Marine Neil David Dunstan, aged 32, from Bournemouth, Marine Robert Jospeh McKibben, aged 32, from County Mayo, Rifleman Yubraj Rai, 2nd Battalion The Royal Gurkha Rifles, aged 28, from Khotang District, Eastern Nepal, Trooper James Munday, aged 21, from the Birmingham area, Lance Corporal Nicky Matson, 2nd Battalion The Parachute Regiment, aged 26, from Aveley in Essex, Private Jason Lee Rawstron, 2nd Battalion The Parachute Regiment, aged 23, from Lancashire, Warrant Officer Class 2 Gary 'Gaz' O'Donnell GM, 1 Explosive Ordnance Disposal Regiment Royal Logistic Corps, aged 40, from Edinburgh, Ranger Justin James Cupples, 1st Battalion The Royal Irish Regiment, aged 29, from County Cavan, Ireland, Corporal Barry Dempsey, The Royal Highland Fusiliers, 2nd Battalion Royal Regiment of Scotland, aged 29, from Ayrshire, Signaller Wayne Bland, 16 Signal Regiment, aged 21, from Leeds and Private Peter Joe Cowton, 2nd Battalion The Parachute Regiment, aged 25, from Basingstoke.

24 FATALITIES IN AFGHANISTAN (No. 21) 27:5:15
Paul Flynn
Angus Brendan MacNeil
John McDonnell
Douglas Chapman
Kelvin Hopkins
Grahame Morris
*9
David Simpson Gavin Robinson Jeremy Corbyn

That this House salutes the bravery of the armed forces who served in Afghanistan and records with sorrow the deaths of Sergeant Jonathan Mathews, The Highlanders, 4th Battalion The Royal Regiment of Scotland, aged 35, from Edinburgh, Lance Corporal Kenneth Michael Rowe, Royal Army Veterinary Corps, aged 24, from Newcastle, Corporal Jason Stuart Barnes, Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers, aged 25, from Exeter, Lance Corporal James Johnson, B Company, 5th Battalion The Royal Regiment of Scotland, aged 31, from Scotland, Warrant Officer 2nd Class Dan Shirley, Air Assault Support Regiment, Royal Logistics Corps, aged 32, from Leicester, Warrant Officer 2nd Class Michael Norman Williams, 2nd Battalion The Parachute Regiment, aged 40, from Cardiff, Private Joe John Whittaker, 4th Battalion The Parachute Regiment, aged 20, from Stratford-upon-Avon, Corporal Sarah Bryant, Intelligence Corps, aged 26, from Liverpool, Corporal Sean Robert Reeve, Royal Signals, aged 28, Lance Corporal Richard Larkin, aged 39, Paul Stout, aged 31, Lance Corporal James Bateman, 2nd Battalion The Parachute Regiment, aged 29, from Staines, Middlesex, Private Jeff Doherty, 2nd Battalion The Parachute Regiment, aged 20, from Southam, Warwickshire, Private Nathan Cuthbertson, 2nd Battalion The Parachute Regiment, aged 19, from Sunderland, Private Daniel Gamble, 2nd Battalion The Parachute Regiment, aged 22, from Uckfield, East Sussex, Private Charles David Murray, 2nd Battalion The Parachute Regiment, aged 19, from Carlisle, and Marine Dale Gostick, 3 Troop Armoured Support Company, Royal Marines, aged 22, from Oxford.

25 FATALITIES IN AFGHANISTAN (No. 22) 27:5:15
Paul Flynn
Angus Brendan MacNeil
John McDonnell
Douglas Chapman
Kelvin Hopkins
Grahame Morris
*9
David Simpson Gavin Robinson Jeremy Corbyn

That this House salutes the bravery of the armed forces who served in Afghanistan and records with sorrow the deaths of Drummer Thomas Wright, 1st Battalion The Worcestershire and Sherwood Forresters, aged 21, from Ripley, Derbyshire, Guardsman Neil 'Tony' Downes, 1st Battalion Grenadier Guards, aged 20, from Manchester, Lance Corporal Paul 'Sandy' Sandford, 1st Battalion The Worcestershire and Sherwood Foresters, aged 23, from Nottingham, Corporal Mike Gilyeat, Royal Military Police, aged 28, Corporal Darren Bonner, 1st Battalion The Royal Anglian Regiment, aged 31, from Norfolk, Guardsman Daniel Probyn, 1st Battalion Grenadier Guards, aged 22, from Tipton, Lance Corporal George Russell Davey, 1st Battalion The Royal Anglian Regiment, aged 23, from Suffolk, Guardsman Simon Davison, 1st Battalion Grenadier Guards, aged 22, from Newcastle upon Tyne, Private Chris Gray, A Company 1st Battalion The Royal Anglian Regiment, aged 19, from Leicestershire, Warrant Officer Class 2 Michael 'Mick' Smith, 29 Commando Regiment Royal Artillery, aged 39, from Liverpool, Marine Benjamin Reddy, 42 Commando Royal Marines, aged 22, from Ascot, Berkshire, Lance Bombardier Ross Clark, aged 25, from South Africa, Lance Bombardier Liam McLaughlin, aged 21, from Lancashire, Marine Scott Summers, 42 Commando Royal Marines, aged 23, from Crawley, East Sussex, Marine Jonathan Holland, 45 Commando Royal Marines, aged 23, from Chorley, Lancashire, Lance Corporal Mathew Ford, 45 Commando Royal Marines, aged 30, from Immingham, Lincolnshire, Marine Thomas Curry 42 Commando Royal Marines, aged 21, from East London and Lance Bombardier James Dwyer, 29 Commando Regiment Royal Artillery, aged 22.

26 FATALITIES IN AFGHANISTAN (No. 23) 27:5:15
Paul Flynn
Angus Brendan MacNeil
John McDonnell
Douglas Chapman
Kelvin Hopkins
Grahame Morris
*9
David Simpson Gavin Robinson Jeremy Corbyn

That this House salutes the bravery of the armed forces who served in Afghanistan and records with sorrow the deaths of James Thompson, Trooper Ratu Sakeasi Babakobau, Household Cavalry Regiment, aged 29, from Fiji, Trooper Robert Pearson, The Queen's Royal Lancers Regiment, aged 22, from Grimsby, Senior Aircraftman Graham Livingstone, Royal Air Force Regiment, aged 23, from Glasgow, Senior Aircraftman Gary Thompson, Royal Auxiliary Air Force Regiment, aged 51, from Nottingham, Lieutenant John Thornton, 40 Commando Royal Marines, aged 22, from Ferndown, Marine David Marsh, 40 Commando Royal Marines, aged 23, from Sheffield, Corporal Damian Mulvihill, 40 Commando Royal Marines, aged 32, from Plymouth, Corporal Damian Stephen Lawrence, 2nd Battalion The Yorkshire Regiment (Green Howards), aged 25, from Whitby, Corporal Darryl Gardiner, Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers, aged 25, from Salisbury, Wiltshire, Sergeant Lee Johnson, 2nd Battalion The Yorkshire Regiment, aged 33, from Stockton-on-Tees, Trooper Jack Sadler, The Honourable Artillery Company, aged 21, from Exeter, Captain John McDermid, The Royal Highland Fusiliers, 2nd Battalion The Royal Regiment of Scotland, aged 43, from Glasgow, Lance Corporal Jake Alderton, 36 Engineer Regiment, aged 22, from Bexley, Major Alexis Roberts, 1st Battalion The Royal Gurkha Rifles, aged 32, from Kent, Colour Sergeant Phillip Newman, 4th Battalion The Mercian Regiment, aged 36, Private Brian Tunnicliffe, 2nd Battalion The Mercian Regiment (Worcesters and Foresters), aged 33, from Ilkeston, Corporal Ivano Violino, 36 Engineer Regiment, aged 29, from Salford and Sergeant Craig Brelsford, 2nd Battalion The Mercian Regiment, aged 25, from Nottingham.

27 FATALITIES IN AFGHANISTAN (No. 24) 27:5:15
Paul Flynn
Angus Brendan MacNeil
John McDonnell
Douglas Chapman
Kelvin Hopkins
Grahame Morris
*9
David Simpson Gavin Robinson Jeremy Corbyn

That this House salutes the bravery of the armed forces who served in Afghanistan and records with sorrow the deaths of Private Johan Botha, 2nd Battalion The Mercian Regiment, from South Africa, Private Damian Wright, 2nd Battalion The Mercian Regiment, aged 23, from Mansfield, Private Ben Ford, 2nd Battalion The Mercian Regiment, aged 18, from Chesterfield, Senior Aircraftman Christopher Bridge, C flight, 51 Squadron Royal Air Force Regiment, aged 20, from Sheffield, Private Aaron James McClure, 1st Battalion The Royal Anglian Regiment, aged 19, from Ipswich, Private Robert Graham Foster, 1st Battalion The Royal Anglian Regiment, aged 19, from Harlow, Private John Thrumble, 1st Battalion The Royal Anglian Regiment, aged 21, from Chelmsford, Captain David Hicks, 1st Battalion The Royal Anglian Regiment, aged 26, from Surrey, Private Tony Rawson, 1st Battalion The Royal Anglian Regiment, aged 27, from Dagenham, Essex, Lance Corporal Michael Jones, Royal Marines, aged 26, from Newbald, Yorkshire, Sergeant Barry Keen, 14 Signal Regiment, aged 34, from Gateshead, Guardsman David Atherton, 1st Battalion Grenadier Guards, aged 25, from Manchester, Lance Corporal Alex Hawkins, 1st Battalion The Royal Anglian Regiment, aged 22, from East Dereham, Norfolk, Guardsman Daryl Hickey, 1st Battalion Grenadier Guards, aged 27, from Birmingham, Sergeant Dave Wilkinson, 19 Regiment Royal Artillery, aged 33, from Ashford, Kent and Captain Sean Dolan, 1st Battalion The Worcestershire and Sherwood Foresters, aged 40, from the West Midlands.

28 FATALITIES IN AFGHANISTAN (No. 25) 27:5:15
Paul Flynn
Angus Brendan MacNeil
John McDonnell
Douglas Chapman
Kelvin Hopkins
Grahame Morris
*9
David Simpson Gavin Robinson Jeremy Corbyn

That this House salutes the bravery of the armed forces who served in Afghanistan and records with sorrow the deaths of Marine Richard J Watson, 42 Commando Royal Marines, aged 23, from Caterham, Surrey, Marine Jonathan Wigley, 45 Commando Royal Marines, aged 21, from Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire, Marine Gary Wright, 45 Commando Royal Marines, aged 22, from Glasgow, Lance Corporal Paul Muirhead, 1 Royal Irish Regiment, aged 29, from Bearley, Warwickshire, Lance Corporal Luke McCulloch, 1 Royal Irish Regiment, aged 21, Corporal Mark William Wright, 3rd Battalion The Parachute Regiment, aged 27, from Edinburgh, Private Craig O'Donnell, The Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, 5th Battalion The Royal Regiment of Scotland, aged 24, from Clydebank, Flight Lieutenant Steven Johnson, aged 38, from Collingham, Nottinghamshire, Flight Lieutenant Leigh Anthony Mitchelmore, aged 28, from Bournemouth, Flight Lieutenant Gareth Rodney Nicholas, aged 40, from Newquay, Cornwall, Flight Lieutenant Allan James Squires, aged 39, from Clatterbridge, Flight Lieutenant Steven Swarbrick, aged 28, from Liverpool, Flight Sergeant Gary Wayne Andrews, aged 48, from Tankerton, Kent, Flight Sergeant Stephen Beattie, aged 42, from Dundee, Flight Sergeant Gerard Martin Bell, aged 48, from Ely, Cambridgeshire, Flight Sergeant Adrian Davies, aged 49, from Amersham, Buckinghamshire, Sergeant Benjamin James Knight, aged 25, from Bridgwater, Sergeant John Joseph Langton, aged 29, from Liverpool, Sergeant Gary Paul Quilliam, aged 42, from Manchester, Corporal Oliver Simon Dicketts, The Parachute Regiment, aged 27, Marine Joseph David Windall, Royal Marines, aged 22, and Ranger Anare Draiva, 1 Royal Irish Regiment, aged 27, from Fiji.

29 FATALITIES IN AFGHANISTAN (No. 26) 27:5:15
Paul Flynn
Angus Brendan MacNeil
John McDonnell
Douglas Chapman
Kelvin Hopkins
Grahame Morris
*9
David Simpson Gavin Robinson Jeremy Corbyn

That this House salutes the bravery of the armed forces who served in Afghanistan and records with sorrow the deaths of Lance Corporal Jonathan Peter Hetherington, 14 Signal Regiment (Electronic Warfare), aged 22, from South Wales, Corporal Bryan James Budd, 3rd Battalion The Parachute Regiment, aged 29, from Ripon, Lance Corporal Sean Tansey, The Life Guards, aged 26, from Washington, Tyne and Wear, Private Leigh Reeves, Royal Logistics Corps, aged 25, from Leicester, Private Andrew Barrie Cutts, Air Assault Support Regiment, Royal Logistics Corps, aged 19, from Mansfield, Captain Alex Eida, Royal Horse Artillery, aged 29, from Surrey, Second Lieutenant Ralph Johnson, Household Cavalry Regiment, aged 24, from Windsor, Lance Corporal Ross Nicholls, Blues and Royals, aged 27, from Edinburgh, Private Damien Jackson, 3rd Battalion the Parachute Regiment, aged 19, from South Shields, Tyne and Wear, Corporal Peter Thorpe, Royal Signals, aged 27, from Barrow-in-Furness, Cumbria, Lance Corporal Jabron Hashmi, Intelligence Corps, aged 24, from Birmingham, and Captain David Patton, The Parachute Regiment, aged 38.

30 FATALITIES IN AFGHANISTAN (No. 27) 27:5:15
Paul Flynn
Angus Brendan MacNeil
John McDonnell
Douglas Chapman
Kelvin Hopkins
Grahame Morris
*9
David Simpson Gavin Robinson Jeremy Corbyn

That this House salutes the bravery of the armed forces who served in Afghanistan and records with sorrow the deaths of Sergeant Paul Bartlett, Royal Marines, aged 35, Captain Jim Phillipson, 7 Parachute Regiment Royal Horse Artillery, aged 29, from St Albans, Hertfordshire, Lance Corporal Peter Edward Craddock, 1st Battalion The Royal Gloucestershire, Berkshire and Wiltshire Regiment, aged 31, Corporal Mark Cridge, 7 Signal Regiment, aged 25, Lance Corporal Steven Sherwood, 1st Battalion The Royal Gloucestershire, Berkshire and Wiltshire Light Infantry, aged 23, from Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire, Private Jonathan Kitulagoda, The Rifle Volunteers, aged 23, from Clifton, Bedfordshire, Sergeant Robert Busuttil, the Royal Logistic Corps, Corporal John Gregory, the Royal Logistic Corps, and Private Darren John George, the Royal Anglian Regiment.

31 VOTES AT 16 IN THE EU REFERENDUM 27:5:15
Caroline Lucas
Jonathan Edwards
Angus Brendan MacNeil
John Pugh
Hywel Williams
Liz Saville-Roberts
*35
Chris Stephens Nick Thomas-Symonds Kirsty Blackman Tommy Sheppard Joanna Cherry Hannah Bardell Owen Thompson Mike Weir Jeremy Corbyn Deidre Brock Dr Philippa Whitford

That this House believes that the voting age for the referendum on the UK’s membership of the EU should be 16; notes that many youth-led organisations such as the British Youth Council are campaigning for this on its own merits and as an investment in the future of our democracy; considers that the EU referendum is materially different to a general election and that different voter eligibility rules should apply because the outcome cannot simply be reversed at the next election, because it will have a huge impact on young people’s futures, because 16 and 17 year olds can already work, pay taxes, join the armed forces and start a family, and because, when given the vote in the referendum on Scottish independence, young people engaged strongly, intelligently and responsibly with the debate and an estimated 75 per cent of them turned out to vote; further believes that the only fair and inclusive approach to this historic, single issue and long-term decision is for 16 and 17 year olds to have a say; politely suggests that any hon. Members who do not think 16 and 17 year olds are either ready for such a responsibility or interested in the UK’s relationship with the EU should spend more time speaking to young people in their constituencies; and calls on the Government to legislate to allow 16 and 17 year olds a vote in the EU referendum.

32 50th ANNIVERSARY OF SCOTTISH CATHOLIC INTERNATIONAL AID FUND 27:5:15
Patrick Grady [R]
Brendan O'Hara
Roger Mullin
Deidre Brock
Stephen Gethins
Angus Brendan MacNeil
*32
Ms Margaret Ritchie Joanna Cherry Hannah Bardell Mike Weir Jeremy Corbyn Dr Philippa Whitford

That this House notes the 50th anniversary of the Scottish Catholic International Aid Fund (SCIAF), established in 1965 in Rutherglen by Bishop Michael Foylan, Monsignor John Rooney and Mr John McKee, guided by the principles of the Second Vatican Council; thanks SCIAF for its dedication to ending poverty and working alongside some of the world’s poorest women and men, whatever their faith; further recognises SCIAF’s passion for challenging the underlying causes of poverty through education and advocacy on issues including climate change and corporate accountability; supports SCIAF’s efforts to provide practical support to communities on the ground through projects focusing on access to justice and peace-building, promoting sustainable livelihoods and education; further recognises SCIAF’s responses to emergencies through existing local partners and the Caritas Internationalis family, most recently following the earthquake in Nepal; further notes important opportunities in 2015 to tackle global poverty including the agreement of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in September and the expected deal at the UN climate change conference in Paris in December; urges the Government to promote an SDGs framework that prioritises equity, human rights, participation and accountability and to push for a fair, binding, transparent deal in Paris, which reflects both science and equity and safeguards the dignity and rights of the world’s most vulnerable people; and wishes SCIAF every success in the years ahead.

[R] Relevant Interest declared
33 SAFETY AT HMNB CLYDE (FASLANE) 27:5:15
Brendan O'Hara
Roger Mullin
Ian Blackford
Calum Kerr
Stewart McDonald
Ms Mhairi Black
*31
Chris Stephens Tommy Sheppard Joanna Cherry Hannah Bardell Owen Thompson Mike Weir Jeremy Corbyn Deidre Brock Dr Philippa Whitford

That this House views with alarm the revelations of Able Seaman William McNeilly, published by The Sunday Herald, in which he catalogues a series of security breaches and safety failings both at HMNB Clyde (Faslane) and aboard the UK’s nuclear-powered and nuclear-armed submarines; believes that, if substantiated, Mr McNeilly’s allegations would reveal an extremely worrying culture within the Submarine Service of lax security, including bags being taken aboard HMS Vanguard unchecked and an indifferent approach to routine safety procedures when dealing with both weapons and other nuclear systems, for example, the ignoring of the Reader-Worker Routine when removing inverters from the Trident missiles at the end of a patrol; further believes that Mr McNeilly’s 18-page document paints a picture of diminishing safety standards and gives rise to grave concerns as to whether there are sufficient numbers of suitably qualified and experienced personnel now available to the Service to be able to guarantee the safety and security of the UK’s nuclear-armed submarines; fears that, without such personnel, the chances of a catastrophic nuclear accident are greatly increased; and therefore calls on the Ministry of Defence to instigate an immediate, transparent and thorough investigation into Mr NcNeilly’s allegations and for the findings of that investigation to be placed in the public domain as soon as possible.

34 CHRISTIANS IN EASTERN UKRAINE 27:5:15
Jim Shannon
Sir Peter Bottomley
Phil Boswell
Angus Brendan MacNeil
John McDonnell
Gordon Marsden
*18
David Simpson Gavin Robinson Mike Weir Jeremy Corbyn Fiona Bruce

That this House expresses its support for Christians in Eastern Ukraine where up to 150 Evangelical Christian-Baptist Churches have come under pressure from aggression and war which has brought untold grief to Ukrainian Christians and their families; and calls on the Government to urge the governments of Ukraine and Russia to keep Christians safe.

35 CHRISTIANS IN IRAQ 27:5:15
Jim Shannon
Sir Peter Bottomley
Phil Boswell
Angus Brendan MacNeil
John McDonnell
Gordon Marsden
*18
David Simpson Gavin Robinson Mike Weir Jeremy Corbyn Fiona Bruce

That this House is concerned by the displacement of 1 million Iraqi Christians by an increase in terrorism that has destabilised the country and forced them to pay protection money, convert to Islam or face death; and calls on the Government to take steps to ensure that Christians are protected and not subjected to any further intimidation by Islamic State.

36 VAT ON TOURISM 27:5:15
Ms Margaret Ritchie
Mr Mark Williams
Jim Shannon
Caroline Lucas
Albert Owen
Sir Peter Bottomley
*14
David Simpson Gavin Robinson Mike Weir Jeremy Corbyn Dr Philippa Whitford

That this House recognises the value of the tourism sector; notes that tourism-related businesses lie at the heart of the local community and economy; further notes that 25 out of 28 EU states, including the Republic of Ireland, take advantage of a reduced rate of VAT for some part of their tourism sector, and that this has made a positive impact by increasing investment and jobs; acknowledges that, as a result, localities in the UK that have a high reliance on the tourism sector are at a competitive disadvantage compared to other EU states; highlights the economic study produced by Professor Adam Blake, using the Treasury's own modelling technique, which showed that a cut in tourism VAT could increase gross domestic product by up to £4 billion per year; calls on the Chancellor of the Exchequer to introduce a sector-specific VAT reduction for certain tourism-related products, including accommodation, food and attractions; further notes that a reduced rate of VAT for tourism has been recommended by both the Welsh and Culture, Media and Sport Committees; and further recognises that such a move would provide a much needed boost in exports, would strengthen the wider economy, support job creation and generate investment in local businesses.

37 VOLUNTEERS WEEK 2015 27:5:15
Martin John Docherty [R]
Patrick Grady
Alison Thewliss
Patricia Gibson
Deidre Brock
Margaret Ferrier
*52
David Simpson Mike Gapes Joanna Cherry Mike Weir Jeremy Corbyn

That this House welcomes and supports plans to celebrate the 31st annual Volunteers Week from 1 to 7 June 2015; congratulates the national bodies for volunteering, Volunteer Scotland, National Council for Voluntary Organisations, Volunteer Now and Wales Council for Voluntary Action as they seek to support and develop volunteering across the nations of the UK; recognises and celebrates what it sees as the value of volunteering; and believes that through the promotion of civic democracy based on the principles of freedom of expression and association, volunteering supports and enhances life in the communities of the UK.

[R] Relevant Interest declared
38 CHILD ABUSE AND THE OFFICIAL SECRETS ACT 1989 27:5:15
John Mann
Sir Peter Bottomley
Margaret Ferrier
John McDonnell
Douglas Chapman
Mr Dennis Skinner
*18
Ms Margaret Ritchie David Simpson Tommy Sheppard Gavin Robinson Mike Weir Jeremy Corbyn Dr Philippa Whitford

That this House believes that justice for the survivors of child abuse should be a priority for the Government; notes that concerns have been raised by current and former police officers and special branch officers that by coming forward with evidence related to child abuse they could be prosecuted under the Official Secrets Act 1989; and calls on the Government to introduce legislation to remove the threat of prosecution for anyone who has reasonable cause to believe that the information, document or article they disclose is relevant to an official investigation of, or inquiry into, historic child abuse.

39 EU REFERENDUM VOTING AGE 27:5:15
Tulip Siddiq
Wes Streeting
Catherine West
Sir Peter Bottomley
John Mann
Chris Law
*26
Melanie Onn Daniel Zeichner Chris Stephens Tommy Sheppard Christian Matheson Mike Gapes Owen Thompson Mike Weir Jeremy Corbyn Cat Smith Jo Stevens Ms Diane Abbott Dr Rupa Huq

That this House believes that 16 and 17 year olds should be allowed to vote in any upcoming referendum on the UK’s relationship with Europe; recognises that teenagers have a clear interest in whether or not we stay in the EU and that the future of the EU is vital to young people’s job prospects, livelihood and travel plans and that their voices must be heard; further notes the evidence that young people are more likely to vote and participate in democracy if they do so from an early age; further believes that the side of history lies with those who widen the electoral franchise rather than restrict it; and therefore calls on the Government to build on the precedent of the 2014 Scottish referendum and commit to 16 and 17 year olds being allowed to vote in any future referendum on Europe.

40 HARRY CLASPER 27:5:15
Mr David Anderson
Alex Cunningham
Mary Glindon
Mr Stephen Hepburn
Ian Lavery
Ian Mearns
*12
Mike Gapes Jeremy Corbyn

That this House welcomes the production by North Eastern playwright Ed Waugh of the play ‘Hadaway Harry', which celebrates the achievements of Harry Clasper and his team who became world rowing champions in June 1845; recognises that their great efforts enabled them to hold their position intermittently over the next 26 years in coxed fours, pairs or as individual scullers; is pleased that the play shows Harry Clasper’s innovative boat design which is still used; notes that Charles Dickens recognised the achievements of the Tyneside scullers; wishes the play huge success; and hopes that it can be seen across our nation as a tribute to these heroes of sport.

41 FLAT FEE LEVY ON HEALTH PROFESSIONALS 27:5:15
Mr David Anderson
Alex Cunningham
Melanie Onn
Angela Rayner
Sir Peter Bottomley
Ian Mearns
*26
Chris Stephens Ms Margaret Ritchie Nick Thomas-Symonds Mike Gapes Paul Blomfield Jeremy Corbyn Richard Burgon John Cryer

That this House notes that the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) is increasing its mandatory fees for all 16 regulated professions by a massive 12.5 per cent on 1 August 2015; further notes that this follows a five per cent increase in 2014, breaches an undertaking not to review fees again until 2016, and affects 330,000 dedicated staff, from paramedics to social workers, occupational therapists to physiotherapists, across the UK; further notes that less than a third of the increase is accounted for by a levy on HCPC to fund the Professional Standards Authority (PSA); is aware that these dedicated workers have suffered five years of pay freeze and pay restraint; understands that the overwhelming majority of respondents to a consultation by HCPC were against such a massive increase including 97 per cent of UNISON members surveyed; is astonished that HCPC ran a surplus of £1.3 million and increased its general reserves by nearly £1 million in 2014 but is pressing ahead with little public and no Parliamentary scrutiny; calls on HCPC to delay any rise until the Health Select Committee holds its annual accountability hearing and until it fully considers the cost savings that enactment of the Law Commission draft Bill Regulation of health and social care professionals will enable; and further calls on the Secretary of State for Health to resume central funding of the PSA, to instruct HCPC to reduce the costs of unwarranted investigations and hearings before raising fees and to protect registrants in future from fee increases that exceed registrants’ annual pay awards.

42 THOMAS COOK AND CHRISTI AND BOBBY SHEPHERD 27:5:15
Mary Creagh
Sir Peter Bottomley
Margaret Ferrier
John McDonnell
Kelvin Hopkins
Martyn Day
*11
David Simpson Mark Durkan Mike Gapes Jeremy Corbyn

That this House expresses its deepest condolences to the parents of Christi and Bobby Shepherd, who died as a result of carbon monoxide poisoning on holiday in Corfu in 2006; notes that the actions of Thomas Cook since the children’s deaths have added to their parents’ grief; further notes that Thomas Cook tried to prevent the inquest into the children’s deaths from taking place; further notes the refusal of former Chief Executive Harriet Green to meet Sharon Wood and Neil Shepherd, Christi and Bobby’s parents; further notes that the former Chief Executive of Thomas Cook, Manny Fontenla-Novoa, exercised his right to remain silent at the inquest; further notes that the current Chief Executive of Thomas Cook, Peter Fankhauser, said that Thomas Cook had “nothing to apologise for” at the Coroner’s inquest; further notes that the Coroner’s inquest ruled that the children had been unlawfully killed and that Thomas Cook breached its duty of care to them; further notes that the former Chief-Executive of Thomas Cook, Harriet Green, is in line for a £10.5 million pay-out; condemns the fact that two men convicted of Christi and Bobby’s manslaughter have been discovered working in Thomas Cook hotels; further condemns the Louis Coreyra Beach Hotel where the children died for reletting the bungalow where the children died to other holidaymakers, breaking the promise they made to the children’s parents; calls on Thomas Cook's remuneration committee to review Ms Green's settlement; further calls on Thomas Cook to install carbon monoxide alarms in all their holiday accommodation where gas is present; and further calls on Thomas Cook and the Government to lead a Europe-wide campaign for improved carbon monoxide safety in the UK and across the EU.

43 SOUTHEND UNITED FOOTBALL CLUB 27:5:15
Sir David Amess
John McDonnell
Jim Shannon
David Simpson
Mike Gapes
Jeremy Corbyn
*6

That this House congratulates Southend United football club on their magnificent achievement in being promoted to the 1st Division; and believes that the case for Southend to be made a city is now irresistible.

44 SIKH SOLDIERS IN THE FIRST WORLD WAR 27:5:15
Mr Virendra Sharma
Sir Peter Bottomley
John Mann
Angus Brendan MacNeil
John McDonnell
Gordon Marsden
*19
David Simpson Mike Gapes Gavin Robinson Mike Weir Jeremy Corbyn Mr Roger Godsiff Dr Rupa Huq

That this House notes the contribution of Sikh soldiers in the First World War, when over 138,000 Indian troops fought in Belgium and France, many of them Sikh; recognises that more than one-quarter of these soldiers would become casualties; further notes that in March 1915, one hundred years ago Sikh troops, along with counterparts from around the British Empire, fought in the bloody battle of Neuve Chapelle, many making the ultimate sacrifice; further recognises that Sikh regiments lost nearly four-fifths of their men, and three regiments stood at only 16 per cent of their original strength; and urges the Government to support the erection of a permanent monument in central London to highlight and commemorate their brave actions and grave losses.

45 PROTECTION OF ASIAN ELEPHANTS 27:5:15
Mr Virendra Sharma
Zac Goldsmith
Mark Durkan
Sir Peter Bottomley
John Mann
Chris Law
*20
David Simpson Mike Gapes Mike Weir Jeremy Corbyn Ms Diane Abbott Dr Rupa Huq

That this House notes that Asian elephants are endangered and could become extinct; is concerned that wild elephants are threatened by capture from the wild, habitat loss and poaching for ivory; is further concerned that captured elephants are often subject to isolation, starvation, dehydration and then prolonged beatings and are wounded with metal hooks in order to break their spirit and make them submissive; further notes that the welfare of captive elephants is often very poor with many being kept tightly chained for long periods with very limited movement and abused; calls on UK tourists not to visit elephant attractions other than wildlife reserves and genuine sanctuaries; and calls on the Government to take forward its manifesto commitment to support the Indian Government in its efforts to protect the Asian elephant.

46 TRADE IN MEDICAL RECORDS AND DAILY MAIL INVESTIGATION 27:5:15
Mr Roger Godsiff
John McDonnell
Kelvin Hopkins
Mr Dennis Skinner
Jim Shannon
David Simpson
*7
Jeremy Corbyn

That this House views with the gravest of concerns the recent revelations by the Daily Mail's Investigation Unit of the trade in personal data, particularly health records; notes that the medical records of thousands of people, including details on sick and disabled individuals, are being secretly sold on for as little as 19 pence, with apparently no checks on cold callers and fraudsters who are often looking to target the most vulnerable; further notes that Pharmacy2U, an online prescription service, which is the country's leading NHS approved online pharmacy, has sold patients' information to marketing companies without their knowledge; welcomes the announcement by the Office of Information Commissioner of an in-depth investigation; and calls again on the Secretary of State for Health to review the safeguards in place for the re-launch of care.data, the Government's flagship patient record sharing scheme, in light of NHS England's repeated but unconvincing assurances that no leakage of medical data is possible.

48 WALKING TO SCHOOL 27:5:15
Greg Mulholland
Sir Peter Bottomley
Mark Durkan
Jim Dowd
Mr Clive Betts
John McDonnell
*18
David Simpson Mike Gapes Jeremy Corbyn Ms Diane Abbott

That this House recognises that walking to school can improve the physical and mental health of children, young people, parents and carers, and provides children and young people with a greater sense of independence and self-confidence; notes the success of Living Streets Walk to School Week 2015 and congratulates Living Streets on the impact of its Walk to School campaign in encouraging increased numbers of children, young people, parents and carers to walk to school; and calls on the Government to bring forward enabling legislation to implement the Cycling and Walking Investment Strategy as laid out in section 21 of the Infrastructure Act 2015 and to commit resources to make the previous Government's Cycling Delivery Plan target of 55 per cent of primary school children walking to school by 2025 a reality.

49 FREEDOM OF INFORMATION LEGISLATION, PUBLICLY-FUNDED BODIES AND THE ROYAL FAMILY 27:5:15
Mr Roger Godsiff
Chris Law
John McDonnell
Kelvin Hopkins
Mr Dennis Skinner
Martyn Day
*10
Ms Margaret Ritchie Jeremy Corbyn

That this House believes that the right of the British taxpayer to know what their money is being spent on should be prioritised over commercial confidentiality or the confidentiality of the Royal Family; further believes that commercial confidentiality should not apply to contracts with for-profit companies to supply public services, such as health services, that are paid for with public money; calls for all such publicly-funded contracts to be automatically placed in the public domain and to be subject to freedom of information legislation; believes that the Supreme Court was correct to order the publication of correspondence between HRH the Prince of Wales and the Government; is extremely concerned at the undemocratic and unaccountable decision by the Government that future correspondence between members of the Royal Family and the Government should be excluded from freedom of information legislation; believes that institutions, including the Royal Family, which are publicly-funded and which exert an influence on Government policy should be publicly accountable; further believes that wealth and power should always be subjected to proper public scrutiny; and calls on the Government to support this principle.

50 AWARD-WINNING DRAMA 'MARVELLOUS' 28:5:15
Robert Flello
Jeremy Corbyn
*2

That this House congratulates all those involved with the BAFTA award-winning drama Marvellous, and in particular Neil 'Nello' Baldwin, Supporting Actress winner Gemma Jones, and short-listed actor Toby Jones.

51 PRIME MINISTER'S QUESTION TIME 28:5:15
Paul Flynn
Kelvin Hopkins
Martyn Day
Tommy Sheppard
Jeremy Corbyn
*5

That this House is appalled at the demeaning and deteriorating spectacle of Prime Minister's Questions; notes the widely expressed public revulsion at this ill-mannered, pointless exchange of insults; and calls for its reinvention into a new format in which the Prime Minister can respond to questions in an atmosphere of calm, respect and dignity.

52 165th ANNIVERSARY OF ST MARY'S UNIVERSITY, LONDON 28:5:15
Robert Flello
Sir David Amess
Jon Cruddas
Rosie Cooper
Mark Durkan
Jim Shannon
*8
Ms Margaret Ritchie Jeremy Corbyn

That this House congratulates St Mary's University in London on its 165th anniversary; welcomes the installation of Cardinal Vincent Nichols as Chancellor of the University on 27 May 2015; and looks forward to the continuing successful growth of the University and its contribution to higher education in the UK.

53 MARRIAGE EQUALITY IN IRELAND 28:5:15
Emily Thornberry
Ms Mhairi Black
Paul Farrelly
Dr Alasdair McDonnell
Conor McGinn
Wes Streeting
*16
Chris Stephens Mike Gapes Kelvin Hopkins Mike Weir Jeremy Corbyn

That this House congratulates the Republic of Ireland on becoming the first country in the world to endorse the call for marriage equality in a popular vote; believes that Ireland has fulfilled the aspirations of equality campaigners by winning majority support in virtually every parliamentary constituency and concluding the referendum process with a decisive 62 per cent result; notes the remarks of Taoiseach Enda Kenny that those who voted in the privacy of the ballot box made a very public statement in the spirit of generosity, compassion, inclusion, love and equal marriage; recognises the support given by LGBT Irish in Britain, many of whom got the boat or flew back to participate on the day; further believes that the Irish vote can serve as a beacon of hope for those still facing oppression; and urges the Government to support LGBT equality around the world, most immediately in Northern Ireland, the only part of the UK and the island of Ireland where same-sex couples will still be barred from availing of their civil liberties.

54 WOMEN'S FOOTBALLER OF THE YEAR AWARD 28:5:15
Luciana Berger
Steve Rotheram
Martyn Day
Jim Shannon
Mike Gapes
Joanna Cherry
*9
Hannah Bardell Jeremy Corbyn Ms Diane Abbott

That this House congratulates Liverpool and Nigerian footballer Asisat Oshoala who is the first player to win the new BBC World Service award, Women's Footballer of the Year; recognises the important role she plays as an ambassador for women's football, Nigerian football, and Liverpool Football Club; commends the BBC for supporting the women's game and providing full coverage of the upcoming Women's World Cup; and looks forward to the growing success and profile of the BBC's award in future years.

55 INVERNESS CALEDONIAN THISTLE AND THE SCOTTISH CUP 1:6:15
Drew Hendry
John McNally
Hannah Bardell
Gavin Newlands
Ian Blackford
Margaret Ferrier
*33
Jim Shannon Alex Salmond Owen Thompson Martyn Day

That this House wishes to congratulate Inverness Caledonian Thistle on their first ever win in a Scottish Cup Final and praises manager John Hughes, the coaching staff, players and supporters on a remarkable season in bringing the oldest trophy in world football, namely the Scottish Cup, to the fine city of Inverness; and further wishes Inverness Caledonian Thistle good luck in their forthcoming European campaign, which has been secured courtesy of their league position to complete a historic season.

56 ARSENAL FOOTBALL CLUB AND THE FA CUP 1:6:15
Jeremy Corbyn
Martyn Day
Ms Diane Abbott
*3

That this House congratulates Arsenal on their twelfth winning of the FA Cup; and further congratulates the whole team, manager Arsene Wenger and all supporters on this triumph and the wonderful skills displayed in the final.

57 RESTRICTIONS ON JOURNALISTS IN BURMA 1:6:15
Valerie Vaz
Ms Margaret Ritchie
Mark Durkan
Jim Shannon
Kelvin Hopkins
Mike Weir
*7
Martyn Day

That this House deplores the restrictions recently imposed on journalists in reporting proceedings in the Burmese parliament, the Assembly of the Union; notes that the restrictions have now been lifted; believes that the reporting of parliamentary proceedings is vital for public information and to hold Members accountable; further notes the importance of the fight by John Wilkes to secure reporting of Parliament in the development of the UK's own democracy; further notes the latest report on Burma in 2015 by Human Rights Watch that highlights increasing intimidation of the media over the past year, including new restrictions on both foreign and domestic journalists; further notes the current imprisonment of 13 journalists and the shooting in October 2014 of the freelance reporter, Ko Par Gyi, by the army whilst held in custody; and calls on the Government to raise concerns about the restrictions on parliamentary reporting in Burma and to express its determination to monitor developments in media freedom in Burma in the future.

58 ACCESS FOR HUMANITARIAN AGENCIES TO RAKHINE STATE IN BURMA 1:6:15
Valerie Vaz
Ms Margaret Ritchie
Mark Durkan
Jim Shannon
Kelvin Hopkins
Mike Weir
*8
Martyn Day Fiona Bruce

That this House expresses its concern at the number of Rohingya Muslims from Burma and Bangladesh who have fled their countries since the start of the year, risking their lives in order to reach Indonesia, Malaysia and Thailand; calls on the Government to make clear to the Burmese government the need to address the reasons that people feel forced to do so; and further calls on the Government to ask the UN Secretary-General to take a personal lead in negotiating with the Burmese government to allow access for humanitarian agencies to Rakhine State.

59 DEATH SENTENCE ON FORMER PRESIDENT MORSI 1:6:15
Grahame Morris
Ian Mearns
Jeremy Corbyn
Kelvin Hopkins
Richard Burgon
Ms Margaret Ritchie
*10
Gavin Robinson Mr Dennis Skinner Martyn Day

That this House condemns the unjust death sentence handed down to Former President of the Republic of Egypt, Mr Mohammad Morsi and to a number of his party members by an Egyptian court on 15 May 2015; believes this judgement is cruel and falls short of the principles of justice; further notes the death sentence pronounced on a President popularly elected in 2012 after successful agitations against the despotic and corrupt government of Hosni Mubarak will not help the current government and reinforces the traditional approach adopted in Egypt to silence political dissent and malign pluralism; affirms the view that political leaders should not be purged for their views even if those views are contrary to the current government; further believes the judgement shows a move to seek revenge, not justice and that the application of the death sentence will be considered as a judicial murder, a continued stain on the reputation of the present leadership of the country; expresses concern that the application of the death sentence is likely to unleash an unprecedented wave of violence and insecurity in Egypt and the wider Middle East; urges the Egyptian government to recognise that the judgement is cruel and falls short of the principles of justice; and calls on the government of Egypt to revoke the death sentence and order a fair retrial.

60 EVICTION OF PALESTINIAN BEDOUIN COMMUNITIES FROM ISRAELI-OCCUPIED WEST BANK 1:6:15
Grahame Morris
John Cryer
Jeremy Corbyn
Richard Burgon
Catherine West
Mr Virendra Sharma
*12
Tommy Sheppard Kelvin Hopkins Martyn Day Jo Stevens

That this House notes with deep concern that, despite being a clear and egregious violation of the Fourth Geneva Convention, Israel advanced a 'relocation plan' that will see 7,000 Palestinian Bedouins and herders, 60 per cent of them children, who currently reside in 46 small residential areas, forcibly transferred and their homes demolished; further notes that, according to the UN Office for the Co-ordination of Humanitarian Affairs, most families have pending home demolition orders, 85 per cent of which lack connection to electricity and water, and that two-thirds of Palestinian communities have experienced extreme settler violence creating a coercive environment that functions as push factors; affirms Article 49 of the Fourth Geneva Convention, and the International Committee of the Red Cross's legal interpretation, that mass forcible transfer and forced evictions of protected peoples in occupied territory is prohibited under international humanitarian law and human rights law; reminds the Government of its obligations to ensure that Israel, as an occupying power, abides by its legal obligation to protect the civilian population in the occupied territory and administer it for their benefit; believes that these plans will undermine Palestinian presence in the area, further disconnect Palestinian Jerusalem from the West Bank and disrupt the territorial contiguity of the occupied territory; urges the Government to condemn Israel's actions and policy as flagrant violations of international law; calls for urgent action to be taken to oppose these policies; and further calls on the Government to pressure the State of Israel to immediately scrap the outrageous relocation plans.

61 SUGAR CONTENT IN FRUIT SNACKS 1:6:15
Keith Vaz
Mark Durkan
Jim Shannon
Ms Margaret Ritchie
David Simpson
Kelvin Hopkins
*8
Martyn Day Ms Diane Abbott

That this House is deeply concerned at the evidence gathered by the group Action on Sugar, which shows a large number of fruit snacks aimed at children contain unacceptably high levels of sugar; notes that of the 94 products researched by Action on Sugar, 85 per cent were more sugary than Haribo Starmix sweets; condemns the misleading advertising by manufacturers, which claim that these processed food products are healthy for children; further notes that the overconsumption of high sugar products is partly responsible for record levels of child obesity, rotten teeth and diabetes; and calls on the Government to intervene and set limits on the levels of fat, sugar and salt in children's food products.

62 7th INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM OF THE DIABETIC FOOT 1:6:15
Keith Vaz [R]
Mark Durkan
Jim Shannon
Ms Margaret Ritchie
David Simpson
Kelvin Hopkins
*7
Martyn Day

That this House commends the organisers, speakers and attendees at the seventh International Symposium of the Diabetic Foot; notes that the symposium is a large and influential health conference held in The Hague, to share best practice on treating and preventing the complications of diabetes; is deeply concerned that there are over 70 lower limb amputations every week as a direct result of diabetes; further notes that effective management of diabetes is vital in preventing these serious operations; and urges the Government to provide the resources, specialist diabetes teams and educational materials necessary for preventing complications arising from serious diabetes.

[R] Relevant Interest declared
63 WAR GRAVE RECOGNITION HMT LANCASTRIA 2:6:15
Douglas Chapman
Steven Paterson
Dr Philippa Whitford
Margaret Ferrier
Peter Grant
Jim Shannon
*6

That this House expresses its full and sincere support for those campaigners and family members whose loved ones died on 17 June 1940 when the troopship HMT Lancastria was sunk off the coast of France with the loss of an estimated 4,000 souls; further supports their efforts to have the Lancastria designated as an official war grave and encourages the Government to commit to further discussions with the government of France to allow the last resting place of the Lancastria achieve this recognition; and requests, in addition, and to relieve the families on-going distress of not knowing how their loved ones died, that all the documentary evidence, much of which was suppressed at the time of the tragedy, is placed in the public domain without further delay.

64 DAIRY FARMERS 2:6:15
Mr Lindsay Hoyle
Mr Nigel Evans
Ms Margaret Ritchie
Mark Durkan
*4

That this House recognises the important role dairy farmers play in supplying dairy products to consumers; highlights the high quality dairy products which are supplied by local farmers and the benefits that dairy produce brings to providing a healthy, well-balanced diet; expresses concern at the way in which dairy farmers face pressure from the major supermarkets on reducing the cost of farmgate milk prices; and calls on the Government to work with the supermarkets and the dairy farming sector to promote home-grown produce and ensure that farmers receive a fair price for their milk.

65 ILLEGAL AND UNSUSTAINABLE TIMBER 2:6:15
Zac Goldsmith
Mark Durkan
*2

That this House notes the problem of illegal logging, estimated at between 15 per cent and 30 per cent of the international timber trade, which results in lost revenues for producer countries, environmental damage, loss of biodiversity and increased carbon emissions; further notes that the European Union's Timber Regulation (EUTR) which came into force in 2013 fails to ensure that all timber sold in Europe is of legal origin or from sustainably managed forests; further notes that WWF-UK has highlighted these issues in its current Forest Campaign, which is supported by 40 businesses and over 70,000 people; urges the Government to support changes to the EUTR which ensure full product coverage and consistent implementation across Europe to prevent unfair competition for UK business and assure consumers that all timber and wood-based products sold in the EU are legal; and calls on the Government to ensure a 100 per cent sustainable timber and wood-based product trade by 2020, as a key step in meeting the UK's commitments under the New York Declaration on Forests, including the goal of halving natural forest loss by 2020 and halting it entirely by 2030.

66 SUPERMARKET DISPOSAL OF EDIBLE FOOD 2:6:15
Ms Diane Abbott
*1

That this House notes that the UK throws away 15 million tonnes of food and drink every year and that half of this food and drink could have been consumed; further notes that if people stop wasting edible food, the environmental benefit would be the equivalent of taking one in four cars off the road; therefore calls on the Government to introduce legislation to ban supermarkets from throwing away food approaching its best-before dates and instead make it available to charities and food banks; and finally notes that such legislation has been successfully introduced in France and would have significant social and environmental benefits.

67 PROPOSED STRATEGIC SMALL SURGERIES FUND 2:6:15
Tim Farron
*1

That this House recognises that the funding formula for general practice surgeries disadvantages small rural practices, such as those in Coniston and Hawkshead, where Coniston surgery faces a drop in funding of £25,000 over seven years; notes that this loss in funding may result in these surgeries being forced to close; further notes that these practices are vital to the communities they serve, particularly in large rural areas; and therefore calls on the Government and NHS England to create a strategic small surgeries fund which would make up the shortfall that small rural surgeries face, enabling them to continue to provide vital health services to the rural communities, residents and visitors they serve.

68 PREVENTION OF DEBT CRISES IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES 2:6:15
Mr Roger Godsiff
*1

That this House supports taking action to prevent debt crises taking place in developing countries, as these delay development and can cause great suffering; welcomes the $130 billion of developing country debt which was cancelled through the Heavily Indebted Poor Countries initiative; notes that lending to low-income countries has trebled since 2008, and that the IMF and World Bank state that 45 low-income countries are at moderate or high risk of not being able to pay their debts; further notes that multilateral institutions are responsible for 60 per cent of loans to low income countries; in this context, urges the Government to keep giving bilateral aid as grants rather than loans; further urges the Government to require the multilateral institutions that it funds to take further measures to ensure loans do not lead to unpayable debts; calls on the Government to support a UN Intergovernmental Tax Body to give developing countries a say in creating fairer global tax rules, and to support and implement the UN principles on responsible borrowing and lending; and further calls on the Government actively to support and participate in the UN negotiations to create new international bankruptcy rules for states which will indicate to the private sector that it will no longer be bailed out at taxpayer expense for reckless lending.

69 SCHOOL TRANSPORT FUNDING FOR 16-18 YEAR OLDS IN RURAL AREAS 2:6:15
Tim Farron
*1

That this House recognises the benefits of keeping pupils in education or training up until the age of 18; notes the increased costs for pupils travelling vast distances to their nearest suitable centre of learning or training in sparse rural areas, compounded by the lack of existing transport infrastructure; further notes with concern that the increased cost of transport not covered by local authority schemes impacts disproportionately on students from lower income backgrounds, often amounting to hundreds of pounds a year per pupil; and therefore calls on the Government to consider implementing a Rural Sparsity Post 16 Travel Premium to enable these uniquely disadvantaged pupils from rural areas to continue their education without fear of being unable to afford to travel there.

70 EALING HOSPITAL MATERNITY UNIT 2:6:15
Dr Rupa Huq
Tulip Siddiq
Jeremy Corbyn
*3

That this House notes that on 20 May 2015 it was decided that Ealing Maternity Unit would close; is concerned that despite a recent two million pound refurbishment, the projected last date on which a baby will be born in that hospital is 24 June 2015; further notes that this decision was taken in the face of a rising birth rate in West London; further notes that Ealing Borough has the third highest birth-rate in London; and calls on the Government to halt the closure in order to safeguard thousands of births in Ealing and across West London.

71 DAWN RAIDS BY BORDER AGENCY STAFF 2:6:15
Stuart McDonald
Anne McLaughlin
Natalie McGarry
*3

That this House condemns the dawn raid reportedly carried out in Glasgow on 28 May 2015 during which it is understood that 20 UK Border Agency staff detained a family, including three young children and split the family up by immediately removing the mother and her children while the father remained in the UK; believes dawn raids to be inhumane; and calls for effective, humane and sustainable alternatives to be fully explored with a view to ending the practice.

72 DUNGAVEL IMMIGRATION REMOVAL CENTRE 2:6:15
Stuart McDonald
Anne McLaughlin
Natalie McGarry
*3

That this House commends the protestors who gathered at Dungavel Immigration Removal Centre on 30 May 2015 to call for the closure of the centre; and agrees that the Government must pursue alternatives to detention with a view to achieving the closure of Dungavel House and other immigration removal centres.

73 TRIDENT AND THE STRATEGIC DEFENCE AND SECURITY REVIEW 2:6:15
Jeremy Corbyn
Caroline Lucas
Kirsten Oswald
Steven Paterson
Hywel Williams
Mark Durkan
*11
Kirsty Blackman Harry Harpham Richard Burgon Chris Law Catherine West

That this House notes that a decision on the replacement of the Trident nuclear weapon submarines is due in the life of this Parliament; further notes that the Strategic Defence and Security Review (SDSR) will precede that decision; recognises that international circumstances have significantly changed from those in which the current Trident missile system was conceived, designed and constructed; further recognises the Government's decision to require departments to reduce expenditure; and therefore calls on the Government to ensure that the SDSR sets out how it has considered the delivery of UK defence and security capability without nuclear weapons, including threat assessments, estimated costs and all non-nuclear options, as a basis for public debate ahead of the replacement decision.

Prepared 3rd June 2015