The Windrush scandal continues, as Home Office announcements unravel under close scrutiny. 

The Home Secretary needs to take proactive steps to contact those affected Commonwealth citizens, as highlighted by the recent PAC report and many cases in Hackney. Or he needs to come clean with the public that Home Office systems are simply not fit for purpose.

See the full Urgent Questions here.

Read the Public Accounts Committee report here

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See here for my speech during the Withdrawal Agreement debate for my take on the Brexit mess that we find ourselves in. 

Click here to see the full speech.

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Domestic abuse is a tragedy, there were 29 domestic abuse killings in London last year.

A joint committee of Lords and MPs has been set up to undertake pre-legislative scrutiny of the draft Domestic Abuse Bill.  This is when experts are called to give evidence about how the legislation can be improved before MPs consider it in the House of Commons.

The Home Office and Ministry of Justice conducted a joint consultation on domestic abuse from 8 March to 31 May 2018.

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14 months to the day after Carillion, another key ‘Strategic Supplier’ collapsed: Interserve. The UK Government provided 70% of its annual £2.9bn turnover and yet the taxpayer was left in the dark.

See me challenge the Government in the clip above and follow the link here to watch the Urgent Questions in full.

Read the Public Accounts Committee report on the use of Strategic Suppliers by clicking here

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Prime Minister’s Questions is the most popular and well attended question session in Parliament.

Due to the overwhelming demand for tickets I operate a ballot system for Prime Minister’s Questions.

If you wish to enter the ballot you must send your name, postal address (you must be a constituent) and contact information to meghilliermp@parliament.uk

Entries for the ballot for Prime Minister’s Questions on Wednesday 3 April 2019 are now closed.

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Once again Parliament is faced with important votes on Brexit this week. And once again strong opinion on both sides is drowning the facts. 

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On International Women’s Day, I am reflecting on the political pioneers that pushed for greater female representation in Parliament. There’s still a long way to go but Rachel Reeves’ new book is a timely reminder of these strong women that helped pave the way.

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On the 14th February the Permanent Secretary at the Department for Transport told the Public Accounts Committee that the first letter they received from the Irish company backing Seaborne Ferries was in January. The next day Chris Grayling said in response to my question that it was Christmas. They both can’t be right! 

 

Another example of the whole Seaborne Ferries mess and how Theresa May is pushing us to the brink. We’re not ready for Brexit let alone crashing out without a deal. 

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I have voted against Brexit repeatedly – including not voting to trigger Article 50 in the first place.
 
On 15 January I voted against the Prime Minister’s withdrawal agreement along with 431 other MPs. She then returned to the House of Commons on 29 January.

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