I know that this may be an uncertain and worrying time for many.

 

Please be assured that my office remains open and working as normal. Please do get in touch with your views, comments, issues and casework.

 

If you have an ongoing case and would like an update, or if you wish to update me, please email meghilliermp@parliament.uk, or call my office on 020 7219 5325. Phonelines are open Monday to Friday 10am – 5pm.

 

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If you know a friend or neighbour who’s been forced to self-isolate because of coronavirus or who is ill – check up on them, give them a ring. We need to continue looking out for one another in Hackney.

For a summary of my week in Westminster and Hackney see my round-up above. 

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Children who receive free school meals often depend on these meals to not go hungry.

Government needs to address this if coronavirus forces schools to shut.

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Up to 160,000 other Commonwealth citizens could be affected by issues highlighted by the Windrush scandal, including many in Hackney.

See the Public Accounts Committee report here. I continue to press the Government for action.

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This week I met with representatives from the National Education Union to discuss the chronic underfunding of sixth form colleges.

In Hackney, pupil funding per head has fallen by £704 with sixth form colleges hit even worse.

See me discuss this and more in my new weekly round-up.

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The Government's post-Brexit immigration system needs to reflect the needs of the tech sector. 

I'll be following up with the Home Secretary to make sure Hackney's interests are protected. 

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See my new weekly round-up where I discuss:

-              The Cladding Scandal

-              The Government’s empty promise of more local government funding that doesn’t make up for a decade of cuts

-              How to enter my PMQ ticket ballot for Hackney constituents

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Many Hackney residents are impacted by the Cladding Scandal.

 

They are now mortgage prisoners, facing life-changing bills and an uncertain future. We must find a solution quickly!

 

Today, I urged the Government to schedule more time in Parliament to discuss this crisis.

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