See above for my weekly round-up of what I've been up to in Hackney and Westminster.

Labour called for and Parliament passed a motion in support of an immediate humanitarian ceasefire in Gaza and the immediate release of the Israeli hostages, the Public Accounts Committee published our report on online safety, and I've been liaising with the Council and the police about wider community safety issues.

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The Public Accounts Committee published our report into HS2 and Euston, Labour held a debate on its plan to tackle knife crime, and I visited Hackney residents so they could share with me the challenges they are facing. 

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See above for my weekly round-up of what I've been up to in Hackney and Westminster.

I voted against the Government's Offshore Petroleum Licensing Bill and the Public Accounts Committee published our report on the Whole of Government Accounts. Tomorrow is also Holocaust Memorial Day, where we remember the 6 million Jews and others killed in the Holocaust as well as remember all those killed in genocides since. 

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See above for my weekly round-up of what I've been up to in Hackney and Westminster. This week I voted against the Government's Rwanda Bill, the Public Accounts Committee published our report on flood defences, and I visited the SportsInspired Festival. 

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Parliament returned from its festive break this week. But the new year sadly hasn’t meant new ways of thinking or acting for this Government – it is still stuck in its wasteful spiral that prioritises chasing headlines at the taxpayers’ expense.  

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See above for my weekly round-up of what I've been up to in Hackney and Westminster. This week I visited Fellows Court in Haggerston to hear from residents on the maintenance issues they've been facing, including leaks and a lack of hot water. The Public Accounts Committee looked at government efficiency savings - too often a byword for cuts. And Parliament was dominated by the Horizon IT scandal. 

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See above for my weekly round-up of what I've been up to in Hackney and Westminster. This week I voted against the Safety of Rwanda (Asylum and Immigration) Bill, challenged senior officials at the Home Office on the costs of the Rwanda scheme, and visited the Bishopsgate Goodsyard development. 

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