Home Office

If you have written to Nigel as part of a standard-letter campaign, such as those from 38 Degrees, you can find his responses on the issues here.

October 2018- Homelessness and the Crisis ‘Everybody In’ Campaign

Thank you to those who have contacted me about homelessness. I firmly believe that just one person without a roof over their head is one too many, […]

September 2018 – Kweku Adoboli

Thank you to those who have contacted me about Kweku Adoboli.   I entirely respect the deeply considered nature of the view you hold, and hope setting out […]

September 2018 – Modern Slavery

Thank you to those who have contacted me about modern slavery.   As I am sure you are aware, the Modern Slavery Act has played a key role […]

August 2018 – Attacks on Service Animals and “Finn’s Law”

Thank you to those who contacted me about attacks on service animals and the Animal Welfare (Service Animals) Bill proposed by Sir Oliver Heald MP. I entirely […]

August 2018 – Tier 2 Visas and the NHS

Thank you to those who contacted me about Tier 2 visas for NHS staff. Since 2011, Tier 2, the main immigration work route for skilled non-EEA […]

August 2018 – Tier 2 and Migrant Workers’ Right to Strike

Thank you to those who contacted me about migrants and the right to strike. Having looked into this issue, it is the case that a Tier 2 […]

August 2018 – Commercial Sexual Exploitation

Thank you for contacting me about commercial sexual exploitation.   I know the Government is committed to protecting those selling sex from harm and enabling the […]

July 2018 – Al Quds and Hezbollah

Thank you to those who contacted me about Hezbollah and the Central London Protest.   Peaceful protest is a vital part of our democratic society. It is […]

July 2018 – EDM 1140 and Whiplash

Thank you to those who contacted me about EDM 1140, regarding whiplash. Ministers do not, by convention, sign any Early Day Motions, as doing so is likely […]

July 2019 – UK Guidance on Detainees

Thank you to those who contacted me regarding the consolidated guidance on detainees.   The current consolidated guidance, published in 2010, sets out the principles for […]