To improve Foreign and Commonwealth Office consular services and assistance, including the process for bereaved families who have had loved ones murdered abroad, die abroad in suspicious circumstances, missing abroad, or in jail abroad.
1. Consular assistance for British nationals
21/04/2020 - Early Day Motions
Found: guidance around consular assistance and enshrining in law the right to consular assistance at a time when
2. FCDO privacy notice: consular services in the UK and at British embassies, high commissions and consulates overseas
30/10/2020 - Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office
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FCDO privacy notice: consular services in the UK and at British embassies, high commissions
Foreign & Commonwealth Office consular data 2018 - GOV.UK
Foreign & Commonwealth Office consular data 2017 - GOV.UK
Foreign & Commonwealth Office consular data 2016 - GOV.UK
1. Suspicious Deaths Abroad
28/02/2018 - Commons Chamber
1: is what brings me here today for a debate on deaths abroad in suspicious circumstances, particularly in - Speech Link
2: Edinburgh—I know first-hand how difficult the job of consular staff is. I have sat in on calls with senior officers - Speech Link
3: would be processes in place for suspicious deaths abroad yet our family had to fight every step of the - Speech Link
2. Jagtar Singh Johal
27/11/2018 - Commons Chamber
1: process—for unhindered legal access, unhindered consular access, and an independent medical examination - Speech Link
2: situation, but citizens across the whole of the UK and abroad—in Canada, Australia and other nations—are communicating - Speech Link
3: the Punjab. It is for any UK citizen travelling abroad to consider the support that they may be given - Speech Link
3. British Nationals Imprisoned Abroad
13/03/2018 - Westminster Hall
1: House has considered British nationals imprisoned abroad.It is an honour to serve under your chairmanship - Speech Link
4. British Citizens Imprisoned Overseas and Coronavirus
02/03/2020 - Commons Chamber
1: statement on British citizens who are imprisoned abroad in countries where coronavirus is spreading rapidly - Speech Link
2: Protecting British citizens at home and abroad is a top priority for the Government, and amid - Speech Link
3: share the view that the IMS—International Military Services—debt, or any other bilateral issue, is the reason - Speech Link
17/03/2020 - Commons Chamber
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