We sometimes give Plymouth MP Oliver Colvile a hard time, but he’s popped up with three questions in our TheyWorkForYou digest that we will repeat here.
He asked the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs what representations his Department has made to the Spanish government over the incursion by Guardia Civil vessels into Gibraltarian waters on the nights of 23 and 24 May 2012 despite receiving repeated orders from the Royal Navy to leave.
He questioned the Secretary of State for Health about what discussions his Department had with (a) industry and (b) other Government departments and agencies to ensure that they have put in place dementia-friendly policies since the Prime Minister’s challenge on dementia.
And asked the Secretary of State for the Home Department what guidance her Department issues to the police on procedures when dealing with children with aggressive autism.
Maybe it would be worthwhile forking out £35 to hear him wax lyrical about how much better the world we be if we were all paid less…