Over 1400 members of parliament from around the world have now signed up to ICAN’s Parliamentary Pledge, to promote the signing of the treaty within their parliaments. Sadly, as yet none of the Bradford MPs have pledged their support, this is surprising as some have been vocal on nuclear issues. Below you can see how Bradford compares to other Yorkshire Cities (it’s not great so far), but don’t worry, we have a plan.
Voted against the renewal of the UK’s Trident Nuclear Weapons System in 2016 unlike the majority in her party.
As a new MP, he’s not voted in any debate on nuclear weapons. His predecessor John Grogan was one of the first Yorkshire MPs to sign the pledge.
Despite being an MP since 2015, has not voted in a debate on nuclear weapons.
Voted against the renewal of the UK’s Trident Nuclear Weapons System in 2016 unlike the majority in his party.
Has voted on successive occasions for the renewal of the UK’s Trident nuclear weapons system.
Contacting your MP
MPs are busy people, if we want their support it’s down to us as constituents to tell them why it’s important.