Luke Pollard

Labour & Co-operative MP for Plymouth Sutton and Devonport

Luke speaking in the Commons

"I've got a lot to live up to, but luckily there's a lot to do to give Plymouth it's fair share."

Luke thinks that Plymouth and the South West in general gets a raw deal from government. Luke sees it as a duty to speak up for Plymouth every time he stands up in the chamber. See every time he has spoken since being elected below:

  • 10th October - Question on Amphibious Assault Cuts 

  • 15th September - Question on HMS Ocean to the Leader of the House

  • 14th September - Question on Police pay and Funding

  • 8th September - Education Funding 16-19 Years Old Debate

  • 7th September - Statement on the new National Shipbuilding Strategy

  • 5th September - Westminster Hall Debate - New House Design

  • 21st July - Westminster Hall - Shape of the Armed Forces

  • 20th July - Questions to the Electoral Commission

  • 19th July - Westminster Hall Debate - Strategic Road Network in the South West

  • 19th July - Westminster Hall Debate - Future of the Armed Forces - Royal Navy Frigates

  • 10th July - Question to Harriett Baldwin, Minister for Defence Procurement - Dreadnought Submarines

  • 6th July - Air Travel Organisers' Licensing Bill: Second Reading- Plymouth Airport

  • 6th July - Question to Rt. Hon Andrea Leadson MP, Leader of the House of Commons - Question on sale of HMS Ocean and closure of Stonehouse Barracks

  • 4th July - Health and Oral Questions - Mental Health Services in Plymouth

  • 26th June 2017 - Maiden Speech

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