To support the sport of rugby league football.
1. Financial support for football and rugby league clubs during the covid-19 outbreak
08/10/2020 - Early Day Motions
Found: House is concerned about the future of football and rugby league clubs without fans being able to attend stadiums;
Found: -FIS S.A. of a
minority interest in Six Nations
on relevant merger situation
3. CONGRATULATING WALES ON WINNING THE 2019 SIX NATIONS CHAMPIONSHIP AND GRAND SLAM
18/03/2019 - Early Day Motions
Found: That this House congratulates the Wales Rugby Union Men's senior team on winning the Six Nations Championship
4. Mr Alun Wyn Jones - most capped international rugby player in the world
03/11/2020 - Early Day Motions
Found: national Rugby Union captain Alun Wyn Jones on becoming the most capped international rugby union player
The Rugby Players Association: Rules (PDF format)
Rules for The Rugby Players Association
1. Covid-19: Support for Rugby League
02/11/2020 - Commons Chamber
1: know how strongly you have always supported rugby league and its impact on our communities. This morning - Speech Link
2. Support for rugby league
22/10/2020 - Commons Chamber
1: Pontefract and Castleford calling for support for rugby league clubs during the covid crisis. The petition - Speech Link
3. Support for rugby league
30/12/2020 - Petitions
1: now under pressure; further declares that the rugby league faces financial difficulty as covid-19 restrictions - Speech Link
2: Government to recognise the importance of the rugby league to towns by ensuring that they get the support - Speech Link
3: Government announced on 1 May that the Rugby Football League (RFL) would receive a £16 million cash injection - Speech Link
4. Women’s Rugby: Government Support
13/10/2020 - Commons Chamber
1: spend his 50th birthday than talking about women’s rugby with us. I wish him many happy returns.Madam Deputy - Speech Link
5. Sport Sector: Financial Support
19/11/2020 - Commons Chamber
1: announced a £16 million emergency bail-out for rugby league to prevent the sport’s collapse, and the Treasury’s - Speech Link
2: who rely on swimming, their football team, their rugby game, their running club or their round of golf - Speech Link
3: announcement is very welcome. Rugby league, rugby union and the national league have all expressed to me their - Speech Link
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