Fiona attends the launch of Lord Farmer's report

Fiona attended the launch at the Centre for Social Justice on Wednesday of Lord Farmer's report titled "The Importance of Strengthening Prisoners' Family Ties to Prevent Reoffending and Reduce Intergenerational Crime".

Fiona makes a statement on Hong Kong

Fiona made the following statement today on Hong Kong in her capacity as Chair of the Conservative Party Human Rights Commission:


On 17th July 2017 the following Early Day Motion 200 titled “ROADCHEF EMPLOYEES BENEFIT TRUST” was tabled and Fiona then sponsored amendment 200A1 which added ‘Sandbach’ after the ‘Magor’. The motion said:

Statement on ongoing talks with the DUP

Fiona Bruce says " At this moment in time negotiations between the Conservatives and the DUP are not concluded and I think this is something to be respected since what I believe people want at present is a period of calm and measured government in the interests of all the nation."