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MPs condemn pardon for Sri Lankan army officer

Theresa Villiers was among twelve Parliamentarians to sign a letter to Foreign Secretary, Dominic Raab, condemning the decision by the Government of Gotabaya Rajapaksa to issue a pardon to a Sri Lankan army officer convicted of the murder of five Tamil civilians during the civil war which ended i

Villiers welcomes Government help for self-employed people

Responding to concerns raised by constituents, Theresa Villiers MP has spoken up in Parliament to ask for more help for self-employed people during the Covid-19 outbreak. She welcomed the announcement yesterday by the Chancellor of the scheme to support the incomes of self-employed people.

Volunteering to help others during the Covid-19 epidemic

In response to constituents who have been in touch about helping vulnerable people during this emergency for our country, Theresa Villiers has published the following tips on how to get involved in volunteering...

Urgent update on social distancing

Following the announcement by the Prime Minister yesterday, people are required to stay at home with immediate effect. They should only leave their home to:

Speech in Parliament on Covid-19 crisis

In the debate in Parliament on emergency legislation on Coronavirus, Theresa Villiers MP highlighted the vital importance of providing the best personal protection equipment for NHS workers...

Campaigning for animal welfare improvements

Responding to recent emails on a Petitions Committee debate in Parliament on animal sentience and the use of cages in farming, Theresa Villiers has issued the following statement on her commitment and campaigns on animal welfare: