I'm proud to support the Alzheimer's Society campaign for urgent action to fix our social care system. 

By 2021, one million people will be living with alzheimers. It is vital they can access the care they need and deserve without facing eye-watering costs.

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Parliament did not stop the PM from negotiating, it simply took off the table an economically ruinous no deal exit. 

See me challenge the PM to concentrate on getting back to the real job at hand: Brexit.

 

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Has the new Prime Minister found a magic money tree?

See me challenge Boris Johnson on how he has promised the Earth but can't tell us how he'll pay for it.

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After nearly a decade of funding cuts local authorities are struggling. 

See me challenge the Government to look at the impact of their cuts on homelessness prevention and ensuring that people have decent homes to live in. 

Watch the full Housing, Communities, and Local Government questions session here

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Would you like to see Prime Minister's Questions live in the chamber of the House of Commons on Wednesday 10 July 2019 at midday at Westminster?

If so, please enter the ballot for my ticket allocation, which is now open. If you can attend with a plus one (I have two tickets in total), please enter the ballot by sending your name, postal address (you must be a constituent) and contact information to meghilliermp@parliament.uk 

The deadline for entries is Thursday 4 July.

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I met a large group of constituents in Parliament as part of the mass lobby for climate, nature and people.

I was struck by the thoughtfulness and eloquent passion of all, although most particularly by the youngest members, who vividly set out how it is them who will have to live the longest with the consequences of this climate catastrophe. 

Hackney Council is already leading the way by declaring a climate emergency and setting out a roadmap to doubling the percentage of its electricity generated from renewable resources to 100 per cent.

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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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