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Activities and Campaigns

Second amendment to Health and Care Bill

My New Clause 54 commits the Secretary of State produce equality impact assessments for each provision of the #HealthAndCareBill. Deeds are more important than words

Amendment to Health and Care Bill

The unequal differences between migrant and non-migrant using our healthcare services is well documented. My Amendment 99 would place an emphasise on NHS bodies taking

Suffragette City

The militant Suffragette protests have been sanitised and deemed civil in retrospect, fudging over how ‘law and order’ was challenged and responded to with state

Stop Sea Blasts

Around the UK old munitions are detonated to clear the seabed & install wind farms, harming marine life. Stop Sea Blasts have been campaigning for

Brain Injury Bill

1.4m people in the UK live with Acquired Brain Injury but there is no national strategy on prevention and improving the quality of life. Today,

Remembrance Service

Earlier today I attended the Remembrance Service at the Merchant Navy Memorial. I laid a wreath in Remembrance of soldiers and civilians who lost their

Visit to Tower of London

Today, I visited the Tower of London and met with Director Andrew Jackson and team about their upcoming plans.

Bangladeshi Caterers Association UK awards

Delighted to have met constituents & Bangladeshi journalists at Bangladeshi Caterers Association UK’s awards & Diamond Jubilee celebrations. The catering industry has weathered many storms

Visit to Lincoln Pharmacy

Yesterday I visited Lincoln Pharmacy for #AskYourPharmacist week. Mr Atul Patel & team showed me the invaluable range of services they offer in the heart

Meeting with Sheikh Hasina

Just as we call for a fair transition to a green economy in the UK, we must also call for support for climate vulnerable countries,

UK Parliament Week

MPs don’t always have all the answers – a crucial part of our role is to bring evidence from researchers to life. It was a

Meeting with Luis Acre

In 2019, a military-backed coup in Bolivia left President Evo Morales in exile. In 2020, the Bolivian people pushed back electing Luis Arce as President

No Future in Nukes

With: Apsana Begum MP / Richard Burgon MP / Ronan Burtenshaw, Editor of Tribune / Gemma Bolton Labour NEC / Jess Barnard Chair of Young

Outlawing of wipes containing plastic

Each year 100 million marine animals die from plastic waste alone.In the UK, 90% of the 11 billion wet wipes used each year contain plastic.

Newsletter 30 October

In this issue, you’ll find out what I’ve been up to over the last month representing you:    (1) Autumn Budget (2) Working for Poplar