I was delighted to host Lindley Junior School today in Mr Speaker’s State Rooms for a special lunchtime concert. Here’s just a few of the highlights…
With some of the highest train ticket prices in Europe, our constituents deserve better. If companies can’t run trains on time, ensure they are modern and comfortable, and prevent passengers from being crammed in like sardines, they should be brought back under public ownership!
I have just been to the Backbench Business Committee with the Education Committee Chair, to ask for an Estimates Day debate on Department for Education spending plans. Our education system must be fully funded!
Happy Eid to all celebrating in Colne Valley
Both cause serious issues for people who are blind or partially sighted. I have raised this with Kirklees Council and the Department for Transport previously and will continue to support their campaign.
It’s been one year since you elected me as your MP. I feel very privileged to represent the people and the place I love.
Here are some of the highlights of the last 12 months.
Earlier this week I signed the Sikh Genocide remembrance book. The atrocities and murders in 1984 at the Golden Temple must be remembered, and I stand in solidarity with families of victims still seeking justice.
At #PMQ‘s I challenged the Prime Minister on her commitment to social justice, highlighting how several roles on the Social Mobility Commission were left vacant for almost 2 years.
This reflects her lack of motivation to achieve not just social mobility for the few, but true social justice for the many!