What influenced you to come into politics and why did you choose the Conservative party?
Having recently returned from India with the Prime Minister, could you talk to us about your experiences?
On this visit, did you and the Prime Minister raise the issue regarding human rights in India and the grievance that the Sikh community is feeling?
Following on from this, how important is the relationship between India and the UK?
Since entering Parliament what has been your proudest achievement?
What would you say are the biggest challenges facing Wolverhampton and what are you doing to tackle them?
You currently sit on the Prime Ministers Policy Board, looking towards the next election, what do you think are the biggest challenges facing the UK?
Are you supportive of free schools?
With regards to festivals and religious days to the faiths in your area, how do you communicate with the local residents on that day to pass on your best wishes?
The purpose of the Your Britain Your Say initiative is to encourage the BAME voters in particular to vote for the party that best represents their views; is there anything you would like to say to the voters?