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

This week I spoke in the Budget debate, highlighting how little it will do for Hackney, the Public Accounts Committee published our report on the Defence Equipment Plan, and the NHS Parliamentary Awards opened for nominations.

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This article was first published in the Hackney Gazette. To read the latest edition, see here

There is a measles public health incident and Hackney is at the epicentre of low immunisation levels. The consequences for Hackney children are severe and could lead to serious illness or death. 

Just over half of children aged five in Hackney have received both doses of the measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) vaccine. This is the lowest vaccination rate in the country.  

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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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