Visitors can watch Alan speaking in the House of Commons using the videos below.
The links on the right will take you direct to the Hansard record of Alan's speeches and questions in Parliament. These links are also on Alan's full speeches section.
Credit to theyworkforyou for the video-matching service.
UPDATE- videos of some of Alan's speeches outside Parliament will now also be added to this section.
Selected Speeches (2010)
December 21st: Youtube interview on fees
A few weeks ago Alan gave an interview to local student Stuart Appleby covering his stance on top-up fees, the economy, a graduate tax, and other issues. You can now watch the interview below!
October 22nd: "Vindictive and spiteful" legislation that takes power away from local people
Watch Alan's speech on the Local Government Bill, where he slams the government for taking the decision of how local services are run away from local people.
October 28th: Alan's speech on offshore wind farm planning
Alan spoke again on the Marine Bill yesterday, this time focusing on the importance of an effective planning regime for offshore wind farms.
October 27th: Alan's speech on coastal pathways
Alan spoke yesterday during the debate on the Marine Bill currently going through Parliament. Alan has tabled an amendment to the Bill which would help guarantee real coastal access to as much of the British coastline as possible.
July 9th: Southampton must seize this opportunity to build more sustainable homes
Alan Whitehead yesterday welcomed government plans to allow councils to retain rents and money from newly built properties, and called on Southampton City Council to make use of the new rules and start building homes in Southampton.
June 18th: Alan secures commitment on green spending
Yesterday Alan pressed the Prime Minister to reaffirm his commitment to maintain and enhance spending on combating climate change... and also asked what the consequences would be if spending on these measures were to be cut by 10%
May 18th: Alan's speech opposing Royal Mail privatisation
You can now watch Alan's speech to Royal Mail workers opposing the proposed part-privatisation of the Royal Mail. More information.
February 25: Protecting British industry by recycling
Alan today put forward a Bill in Parliament to increase the amount of recycled materials in mass-produced products- and highlighted the economic benefits such a change would bring.
February 9: Political appointees to the Electoral Commission
In the debate on appointees to the Electoral Commission, Alan today emphasised that even 'political' appointees from political parties must not seek to fight their own party's corner. Read Alan's speech.
January 23rd: Freedom of Information for MPs' offices
Alan yesterday welcomed the announcement that the Freedom of Information Act would apply to MPs' offices, and called for a clear system of declarations for all MPs.
October 21: Why we need spending limits for political parties
Alan spoke in the Commons yesterday on why we need tougher limits on party spending- and reminded MPs of the cautionary tale of a previous Southampton candidate and his attempt to buy votes...
October 17: Energy metering in the UK 'not fit for purpose'
Alan slammed energy metering in the UK in a speech in Parliament yesterday and called for wide-reaching reforms in the energy sector
October 16: Make it easier to get a wind turbine
Alan pressed the government today on measures to make it easier for ordinary households to get wind turbines installed on their properties.
July 11: Alan raises future of Ford's Southampton plant with the government
Alan spoke in Parliament yesterday on the future of Ford's Southampton plant.
June 9: Renewables 'greatest form of insurance against rising fuel prices'
Alan spoke on the Climate Change Bill yesterday, arguing "renewables are one of the greatest forms of insurance against rising fuel prices, because they allow us to secure energy that is based on a free source not subject to the price rises that occur as a result of the increasing scarcity of the fossil fuel supplied to developed economies."