Member of Parliament for Hackney South and Shoreditch. Chair of the Public Accounts Committee.
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Theresa May now says she wants a red, white and blue Brexit. I don’t care what colour the Government choose, without a plan it remains a blank sheet of paper.
BT has had its chance. Now we need to crack on with getting super-fast broadband across Hackney.
We need to raise awareness, fight prejudice and improve education.
My speech about the value of scrutiny.
Debate on tackling health inequalities.
Hackney Brewery made a guest appearance in the House of Commons.
Every year 7,300 women are diagnosed with ovarian cancer in the UK, and 4,100 women die from the disease.
Extra £400m pledged to superfast broadband. A pledge is one thing but there now needs to be real action.
Comment on the Chancellor of the Exchequer’s Autumn Statement.
Plans to force higher-earning social housing tenants to pay more in rent have been scrapped by the government.
My annual report examining the work of the Public Accounts Committee, covering topics such as the NHS, tax, devolution, transparency and accountability.
I was not in Parliament for the debate due to a prior commitment, arranged well in advance of the agreement of the subject of the debate,
with authorisation from the whips.
The government needs to support local authorities in providing homes for those fleeing war and human rights abuses.
Constituents are able to attend any question session in Parliament.
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