On 11 June Kevan spoke in the Commons during the debate on the Government’s Counter-Terrorism and Border Security Bill.

During his speech Kevan welcomed the Bill but highlighted his view that it needed more scrutiny.

At the end of his speech Kevan said, “I hope the legislation that eventually emerges is proportionate and, at the end of the day, effective, because that is what we all want. I do not think we will ever be able to prevent every single act of terrorism, but our aim must be to make such acts as hard as possible to commit.”

You can read Kevan’s speech in full via Hansard online or watch the recording on :