Join Zarah Sultana MP and some great local trade unionists to discuss what unions can do for us and how you can join the fight for a better working future.
At the start of this week, MPs had a chance to vote on an action plan to address the cladding scandal. Since the Grenfell tragedy in 2017, Ministers have promised to take action to get dangerous cladding off buildings no less than fifteen times.
This week I’m supporting the Terence Higgins Trust’s Give HIV the Finger campaign to raise awareness about testing and treatment for HIV. Medical science has made so much progress when it comes to treating and testing for HIV but there is still a lot of work to be done.
From the donations we’ve received to my Laptops for Learning fundraiser, we’ve now managed to provide 37 Chromebooks to school children in the local area. Thank you for your generosity.
Bell has called on the Government to back small businesses this winter as new analysis ahead of small business Saturday reveals almost 650 small businesses in Streatham might not make it to Spring.
“With them every step of the way”: Bell supports children’s charity fundraising walk on Rush Common – Press Release
Bell joined Zephy (four) and Orla (three) on Rush Common yesterday afternoon as part of their ongoing fundraising efforts for Down’s South London.
“Belly’s Family Deserves Answers”: Cross-Party Call for Public Inquiry into Death of Belly Mujinga – Press Release
In a letter co-ordinated by Bell, 50 MPs and peers have written to Boris Johnson calling for a public inquiry into the death of transport worker, Belly Mujinga.
Labour MP Bell Ribeiro-Addy (Streatham) has spoken out against the Conservatives’ attempts to impose further conditions on a second bailout for Transport for London. In talks with Sadiq Khan over the weekend, the government...
Nobody is protected from coronavirus until everyone is: why we should repeal and replace the Coronavirus Act
The pandemic has shown us again and again that nobody is protected from coronavirus until everyone is. It’s time to recognise this and act.
Police Crackdown Bill: By trying to police protest out of existence, the Government has only strengthened our resolve to defend it
Rather than cracking down on the genuine injustices raised by protesters this Government is showing they would rather crack down on protest.
The disgraceful scenes that ensued at Clapham Common make it clear that the answer to gender violence cannot simply be more police. This is the latest in a long string of incidents that raises serious questions about institutional forms of discrimination within the Metropolitan Police.
My latest column for the South London Press on how children across the UK are being priced out of their citizenship by Home Office profiteering.