Labour’s answer: No, too many people are innocently convictedHe has hastily thrown together a hard right Cabinet, and I have just a couple of questions on those appointments. Given his appointment is the first Home Secretary for a generation to support the death penalty, can the Prime Minister assure the House that his Government has no plans to bring back capital punishment? And before appointing the new Education Secretary, was the Prime Minister given sight of the Huawei leak investigation by the Cabinet secretary?Source
Conservative’s answer: Yes, but only for horrific crimes with undeniable evidenceMr Johnson has called for health leaders to renew their efforts to ensure 95 per cent have had both doses of the MMR vaccine.
Social media companies will also be called to a summit to encourage them to promote accurate information about vaccination as part of the plans to improve immunisation.Source
Liberal Democrat’s political stances on death penalty
Liberal Democrat’s answer: No" Such a cruel punishment has no place in modern society, all the more given the possibility that innocent people may be executed. Thankfully this is a view now held by all three major...Source
Green’s answer: No, too many people are innocently convictedCJ600 There is no place for capital punishment in a criminal justice system which is compassionate, just and respectful of human rights. No country or state should retain the death penalty in its criminal justice system. The Green Party advocates the abolition of the death penalty in all countries, and will use its influence in support of instruments and campaigns at national and international level which seek its global abolition.Source
UKIP’s answer: Yes, but only for horrific crimes with undeniable evidenceUKIP's leader Paul Nuttall says he wants to bring back the death penalty and he would be willing to kill terrorists and child killers himself.
Mr Nuttall, who is hoping to be elected in Boston and Skegness, said: "I would like to see the death penalty for terrorists and child killers.Source
Democratic Unionist’s answer: YesTwo prominent DUP figures have come out in support of reintroducing capital punishment. Lord Morrow, the current housing minister, made the call in remarks published by a local newspaper on Thursday, whilst veteran party figure Gregory Campbell took to the airwaves to back him.Source
People Before Profit’s political stances on death penalty