The Home Office has finally acknowledged its responsibility to British Citizens from the Caribbean - the Windrush generation. I am supporting a number of constituents.

But now, shockingly, we are finding other Commonwealth citizens who are in the same position. Where will all this end?

They are originally from Africa, but they are British, and yet they do not have the paperwork to prove it. The paper Immigration and Nationality Directorate ​letters that people come to my advice surgeries clutching have been enough to get them a job and their entitlements up to now.

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I have been challenging the Government time and again on the costs of Brexit. We are still woefully short on ​information, but I am on the march, with others, so I warn the Government - they had better be prepared.

The Public Accounts Committee, which I chair, and the Treasury Committee, are already pressing the Treasury and other Government departments about what the total cost will be.

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The law on use of digital images and consent needs to be changed.

Speaking in the House recently, I said the current law does not appear to recognise the difference between viewing someone naked, and filming/photographing someone naked - without consent.

Would most people be happy being deliberately filmed or photographed doing a private act, without having consented to the video or photo  – filmed by another person (partner, spouse or stranger) - despite the fact that the other person was present with them whilst the private act was being carried out?

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