JASON IN PARLIAMENT
Jason spoke in the Hospital Reconfiguration Debate in Parliament and again raised the appalling CCG proposals to downgrade A&E at HRI.
To watch the speech in full, click here.
Jason voted in favour of the motion for the Government to publish the NHS Sustainability and Transformation plans and to provide an adequate consultation period for the public and practitioners to respond.
For more videos of Jason in Parliament, please visit his Youtube Channel.
Culture, Media & Sport Select Committee
In June 2015 Jason was appointed to the Culture, Media & Sport Select Committee.
As a member of the Culture, Media & Sport Select Committee, Jason is charged by the House of Commons with the scrutiny of the Department for Culture, Media & Sport. Its formal remit is to monitor the policy, administration and expenditure of the Department for Culture, Media & Sport and its associated bodies, including the BBC, on behalf of the House of Commons and the electorate.
Transport Select Committee
From June 2013 to March 2015 Jason was a member of the Transport Select Committee.
As a member of the Transport Select Committee, Jason was charged by the House of Commons with the scrutiny of the Department for Transport. Its formal remit is to examine the expenditure, administration and policy of the Department for Transport and its associated public bodies.
1922 Executive Committee
In September 2016 Jason was proud to be re-elected by his colleagues to the 1922 Executive Committee, a position he has held since 2013.
The committee is formed of backbench Conservative MPs and allows the leadership and the backbenchers of the Conservative Party to keep in touch with each other’s opinions. The committee meets once a week and is very influential within the party.
Full voting record is available, here: PUBLIC WHIP Voting Record
Early Day Motions
As of August 2010, Jason made the decision to no longer sign Early Day Motions (EDMs), with the notable exception of EDM 432. He has joined a number of his Parliamentary colleagues in supporting their abolition, as getting rid of EDMs would save around £1million of taxpayer’s money each year.
All MPs are allowed to claim allowances for costs which they may incur during the course of their Parliamentary duties.
The Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority (IPSA) is an independent body created by the Parliamentary Standards Act 2009. It establishes and monitors the expenses scheme for Members of the House of Commons, and is responsible for paying their salaries and expenses.
Following revisions to the Parliamentary Standards Act in April 2010 (via the Constitutional Reform and Governance Act), IPSA was also given responsibility for setting the level of MPs’ salaries.
For details of the work of the IPSA, please click here.
Although eligible to do so, Jason does not claim for the following:
- Petty cash purchases.
- Food and drink costs.
To access expense a full list of expenses claims, please visit the IPSA Website Expenses section and enter the relevant search fields to your query: