The main message I heard on the doorstep during the European Elections is that people are sick and tired of the never-ending divisiveness over Brexit.

See me discuss this + the need for more good quality, affordable homes in Hackney, + a Public Accounts Committee report on apprenticeships.

Read the PAC report on apprenticeships here

 

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An inspiring evening with some real local heroes at the ‘100 Hackney Women’ celebration event.

See this in my new weekly round-up + the Public Accounts Committee hearing on HS2 and Crossrail, and my meeting with the tenants and new owners of the railway arches at London Fields.

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Since 2008 there've been 66 fires in the Parliamentary estate. It is only the hard work of the fire wardens and estate staff that have prevented a disaster.  

See this in my new weekly round-up + an inspirational evening with Project Indigo at Pinsent Masons - Stonewall’s 2019 most LGBT+ inclusive employer, and a visit to the Crossrail site ahead of a Public Accounts Committee session on this next week.

 

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With Parliament making history by recognizing the Climate Emergency, now is the time for urgent climate action.

See this and more, including botched probation reforms and Monday’s surgery in Hackney, in my new weekly round-up. Please don’t forget to register by 7 May to vote in the European Elections.

Click here for the PAC report on Transforming Rehabilitation: Progress Review.

 

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Economically, environmentally, and existentially, there is urgent need for action on Climate Change. There’s a lot to be done and we mustn’t let this slip off the agenda just because of Brexit.

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

Read the transcript of the PAC hearing on NHS waiting times for elective and cancer care here

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Yet another week where there is no clear way forward in relation to Brexit. We’ve made progress on ruling out No Deal but there’s still a lot to play for.

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

Read the PAC report on Crossrail here.

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This week Brexit continues to dominate Parliament’s agenda but finally we are making progress with two options coming to the fore. This and more in the new round-up of my week in Hackney and Parliament. 

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See the new round-up of my week in Hackney and Parliament. This week Brexit, knife crime, policing and the Public Accounts Committee report on transforming children’s services.

See here for our report.

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See the new round-up of my week in Hackney and Parliament. This week more important Brexit votes, the escalating costs of Brexit, and a school visit from Queensbridge Primary School.

Read my article on ‘The Costs of Brexit’ here.

Read the PAC report on Brexit and the UK Border here.

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