From denying the role of structural racism to not prioritising them for the vaccine, ethnic minority communities continue to be left without protection in the
Activities and Campaigns
🇧🇩 The 50th anniversary of Bangladesh’s independence today is a significant milestone for Bangladeshi’s in the UK and all across the world.
Today I asked Jacob Rees-Mogg about a public enquiry for the Shrewsbury strike campaigners following this week’s historic verdict:
Robust health & safety regulations around cranes are needed in the construction industry, to avoid tragedies such as the Bow crane collapse last year which
The Policing Bill will not make communities any safer from crime. It will not solve the harm of male violence against women. I have signed
The police, crime, sentencing and courts bill will be felt in marginalised communities more than any other. My article for Labour List: The police, crime,
The Policing Bill is an attack on our civil liberties and must be stopped.
The #PoliceCrackdown Bill is an assault on the right to protest. We will not be silenced speaking out.
GP services in Poplar & Limehouse and beyond should not be outsourced to US health corporations. My Early Day Motion: EDM 1628
I’m supporting this amendment to throw out the #PoliceCrackdownBill with Bell Ribeiro-Addy MP. It has gathered cross party support, to oppose the Tories’ attack on
Those living in unsafe cladding need clarity over who bears responsibility for replacing it. They can’t go on paying for temporary interim measures.
Honour-based abuse is commonly misrepresented in racialised terms. It’s time to recognise it as a product of patriarchy and inequality. We need a statutory definition.
General Practice and our NHS should remain publicly funded, publicly provided, with comprehensive health care services, available to all, free at the point of delivery.
With the Budget 2021, the Chancellor had the chance to build a green future with people at its heart. Instead he did nothing to address
I spoke with Bloomberg Radio’s Westminister show yesterday for International Women’s Day:
The cladding scandal has gone on for far too long. The government needs to stop passing the buck, and do the right thing by constituents.
The ‘Spy Cops’ Bill still does not protect any of the already marginalised and communities under excessive surveillance by the Government. I will keep opposing
I’ve been asking questions of the Government for some time on Personal Independent Payments and ESA benefits. I recently asked about the vulnerability of people