Early Day Motions

This page records the recent Early Day Motions that Fabian has either sponsored or supported in the House of Commons. Early Day Motions offer MPs an opportunity tp formally raise issues of concern and alow other MPs to indicate their support. They provide an important indicator of parliamentary consensus. You can find out more about EDMs - Click here and to access to the full data base of EDMs Click here.

1930 Imprisonment in India of Prof. Davinder Singh Bhullar That this House calls on the Government to demand the immediate release of Professor Davinderpal Singh Bhullar, who was illegally deported from Germany to India in 1995, where he was immediately arrested and sentenced to death for political activism following a controversial split judgement and to work to this end with its EU partners and the Indian Government; and further calls on the Government to press the Indian authorities to immediately lift the death sentence on Professor Davinderpal Singh Bhullar. Session: 2010-11
Date tabled: 15.06.2011
Primary sponsor: Hamilton, Fabian
1924
Trident Review
That this House welcomes the Government's decision to carry out a review into alternatives to the Trident replacement; regrets that neither the review nor the Strategic Defence and Security Review considered all options including non-replacement and a non-nuclear defence policy; and believes such a review should be carried out before the Trident replacement Main Gate decision in 2016. Session: 2010-11
Date tabled: 15.06.2011
Primary sponsor: Corbyn, Jeremy
1929
Events at Winterbourne View
That this House deplores the abuse of vulnerable patients at Winterbourne View, as revealed on BBC's Panorama programme on 31 May 2011; calls on the Government to allow the Care Quality Commission to make more frequent and unannounced inspection visits to care homes; and further calls on the Government to provide a more thorough training and qualification system for care workers, to oblige the Care Quality Commission to investigate all claims of improper conduct or other failings in care homes immediately and to ensure that the Care Quality Commission has the power and sufficient means to fulfill their obligations.. Session: 2010-11
Date tabled: 15.06.2011
Primary sponsor: Hamilton, Fabian
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