As well as asking questions in the House of Commons Members of Parliament can table written questions to Ministers. Written questions are a good way of getting a statement from the Government on an issue, or a way of asking the Government for statistics or reports that they haven’t published. This is an important way of holding the Government to account and to find out information that can help Plymouth get a fairer deal from Government.
Below are links to all Written Parliamentary Questions (WPQs) Luke has submitted to Ministers at Westminster arranged by year – this can also be found here.
If you want to find a specific question, you can use the search function on this website or go to theyworkforyou.com and type in key words from the question.