Welcome to my March newsletter! Here’s a summary of what you will find in this month’s issue: • Action for Poplar and Limehouse • Action
Activities and Campaigns
I visited one of our vaccine hubs run by Tower Hamlets GP Care Group & Tower Hamlets CCG with Tracy Connell and Dr Sam Everington.
With the next budget coming up, we need the Government to support those who are struggling, as we plan for the end of the pandemic.
Over the weekend l attended an event to mark Language Martyrs Day & UNESCO #InternationalMotherLanguagesDay. The rich tapestry of linguistic diversity is something to be
I’m pleased to Chair the APPG on Domestic Abuse & Violence at this pivotal moment in lawmaking. With Women’s Aid we are calling on transformative responses to
My condolences are with the loved ones of those who sadly lost loved ones over the past few weeks in the pandemic. Reports from
A comprehensive strategy is still needed to address the disproportionate effect of the pandemic on ethnic minority communities – one that is honest about the
Whilst the growth in digital technology is welcome, the value of local libraries cannot be understated, including the value of physically accessing books. There are
Students have been completely failed by the Government during this pandemic. I’ve signed this letter from Claudia Webbe challenging the marketisation of higher education and
Ethnic minority communities have been hit hardest by the second wave of Covid-19, with little action from the Government to address this. Today I asked
The Government need to allocate more time to evaluate the rollout of the vaccine roll out, including the disproportionate impact of Covid on ethnic minority
When it is your turn, please take the vaccine.
The Indian Government continue incarceration against peaceful protesters including farmers. They are also shutting down reporting. These violations of democratic principles should be subject to
The Government needs to stop passing the buck and front up to the mistakes which have led to the cladding scandal. Nobody should have to
The war against Yemen has left more than 250,000 dead. The Biden administration have at least committed to ending US involvement in the war. Our
The “Spy Cops” Bill returned to the House this week to consider amendments from the Lords. The proposed amendments put limits on the scope and
Challenges to student mental health should not be exacerbated by the demands of rent. I’m co-sponsoring this Early Day Motion on university student demands from Zarah
Last night I spoke to Carole Walker and Times Radio on Government narratives blaming ethnic minority communities for the disproportionate impact of coronavirus on them.