Member of Parliament for Hackney South and Shoreditch. Chair of the Public Accounts Committee.
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Report today on poor monitoring of outcomes of cancer drugs fund echoes Public Accounts Committee report last year. A tragedy that this opportunity was missed.
The Government are spending billions rushing to fund new free schools whilst existing schools struggle with routine maintenance. This is not a long-term sustainable approach to our children’s education.
Billions in lost tax which could be spent on health, education and other vital services.
The independent Garden Bridge project review has concluded.
Government must learn from catastrophic failure of tax credits contract.
Public Accounts Committee report into the financial sustainability of schools.
The National Audit Office report raises questions over the scheme.
Amy Lamé comes to Hackney as part of her Night Surgeries during which she visits different boroughs to talk to night time workers, emergency service personnel, residents and revellers.
On Monday 13 March, the Government’s Brexit Bill was passed by both Houses of Parliament.
Hackney’s small and independent shops will be put at risk of closure by the Government’s plans to hike business rates.
Constituents are able to attend any question session in Parliament.
The fact that the fate of EU citizens currently in the UK is still unresolved is a mark of shame.
My question to the Health Secretary.
This week I signed the Holocaust Educational Trust’s Book of Commitment.
Seven months after the referendum and the PM still cannot give support to those who have contributed so much to our country.← Older stories