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Early Day Motion on Barts strike

Today begins Day 8 of the Barts Strike I’ve tabled motion #930 in support of the cleaners, porters, security, catering and reception staff striking for

Day 5 of Barts NHS Trust Strike

This photo is from this morning on Day 5 of Barts NHS Trust Strike. The rain didn’t stop these workers calling for decent pay and

London Bangla Press Club

Humbled to be recognised by the prestigious London Bangla Press Club for getting elected to Parliament, at their BGM and life members reception over the

Strike at Royal London hospital

Today, cleaners, porters, reception staff and security staff marched around Royal London hospital, on strike for fair pay & equal treatment from Barts NHS Trust

Holocaust Memorial Day 2022

It was an honour to sign Holocaust Education Trust’s book of remembrance to mark Holocaust Memorial Day.Today, we remember and say never again. We will

Report from APPG on Domestic Abuse & Violence

Today the APPG on Domestic Abuse & Violence launched our report: “Road to Recovery:Meeting the mental health needs of domestic abuse survivors”. We’ve taken evidence

Letter on fire safety

Last week, billionaire developer Ballymore were forced to withdraw their application to build a tower 2.5 times the height at Grenfell Tower, with only one

Letter on energy costs

The energy crisis is hitting those with district heating systems hardest — with bills are rising by 300% in some cases. The energy price cap

Visiting the Felix Project

1 in 5 adult Londoners experience low food security. This morning I joined the The Felix Project in Mile End with Islamic Relief UK volunteers

Colston 4 trial correspondence

This morning, I asked Jacob Rees-Mogg if documents detailing the Home Secretary’s correspondence with authorities during the Colston 4 trial would be made public and

Happy New Year!

2021 brought us immense challenges, but there were also victories in the struggle for justice and peace in the world — from the inspirational farmers

Sick pay letter

Sick pay is so low that millions of workers simply can’t afford to self-isolate.I am supporting the calls in this letter led by Richard Burgon

50 years since Bangladesh was formed

Today we marked 50 years since Victory Day in 1971 when Bangladesh was formed after the War of Liberation. Shubo Bijoy Dibosh . Here with