To ensure that trade and relations between Britain and Pakistan are considered and promoted cross-party and across both Houses; and to advance the benefits of tourism between Pakistan and the UK.
1. Britain-Pakistan Trade and Tourism
31/07/2019 - APPGs
Found: To ensure that trade and relations between Britain and Pakistan are considered and promoted cross-party
2. To take Pakistan off the travel 'Red List'
05/04/2021 - Petitions
Found: Remove Pakistan from the travel 'Red List'. Recent medical evidence shows countries not on the list eg
Found: VisitBritain Written evidence from VisitBritain (GBI0027) Tourism is currently worth £126.9 billion to Britain’s
4. DIT roundtable boosts UK business opportunities in Pakistan
05/04/2017 - Department for International Trade
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Found: roundtable boosts UK business opportunities in Pakistan - GOV.UK
5. Effect of the UK leaving the EU on tourism and the creative industries
13/04/2018 - Parliamentary Research
Found: April 2018 Effect of the UK leaving the EU on tourism and the creative industries By Chris Rhodes Gloria
1. International Travel
20/09/2021 - Commons Chamber
1: I can also confirm that Kenya, Oman, Turkey, Pakistan, Bangladesh, the Maldives, Sri Lanka and Egypt - Speech Link
2: Importantly, when Eurostar and the aviation and tourism sector needed financial support from Government - Speech Link
3: programme and will provide a welcome boost to Scottish tourism. A four-nations approach is obviously preferable - Speech Link
2. Human Rights: Kashmir
23/09/2021 - Commons Chamber
1: concern the escalation of tensions between India and Pakistan, two nuclear powers, following the revocation - Speech Link
2: violence. The report stated that, despite the Pakistan Government’s denial,“experts believe that - Speech Link
3. Covid-Secure Borders
15/06/2021 - Commons Chamber
1: countries needed to be added to the red list. Pakistan and Bangladesh were added on 9 April, yet the - Speech Link
2: the Prime Minister’s planned visit to India and trade ambitions there, rather than health implications - Speech Link
3: UK from our European Union partners because of trade and our close links. Yet all of a sudden we can - Speech Link
4. Covid-19 Update
14/06/2021 - Commons Chamber
1: in the UK on 1 April. The Government red-listed Pakistan and Bangladesh on 9 April, but did not red-list - Speech Link
2: India to the UK’s red list at the same time as Pakistan and Bangladesh. He previously claimed it was because - Speech Link
3: those that can open but will find it harder to trade than they would otherwise. The Chancellor of the - Speech Link
5. Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy: Departmental Spending
07/07/2020 - Commons Chamber
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