https://youtu.be/7ZqrmdzUnlI It was great to see so many people at Stand Up to Racism's day of refugee solidarity last weekend in Windrush Square. We must remind the Government that we don't just have a moral obligation to help people fleeing from conditions which the...
The 23rd of September marks International Sign Language Day, an annual day of recognition to support and protect the linguistic identity and cultural diversity of all deaf people and other sign language users.
Yesterday, I delivered ten tablets to (my old primary school) as part of my ongoing efforts to get devices to the most disadvantaged students in our community and address the digital divide locally.
This week, I spoke against the disastrous No-Deal Brexit plans which breach international law, threaten the union and lower the UK’s global standing.
“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...
Bell has today slammed the Government’s coronavirus test and trace system, citing complaints from multiple constituents told testing was unavailable, or asked to travel unreasonable distances in order to get a test.
I’m speaking out against rail fare rises and calling on the Government to take rail into public ownership to stop the rip-off.
I voted against the Government’s Spycops Bill on Monday: the latest chapter in removing key scrutiny powers away from the judiciary, placing British authorities beyond the law, and squashing dissent.
UBI: Unprecedented Times Call for An Unprecedented Solution – In My View (Column for the South London Press)
In the sixth-largest economy in the world, nobody should be having to choose between eating and heating their home. Rather than serving our broken economic system, we must instead build a system that serves everyone and paves the way for a just transition to a fairer, greener and more equal economy after the pandemic.
The Overseas Operations Bill is the Government’s latest attempt to use domestic law to row back on the UK’s international obligations.
Rather than trying to push refugees and asylum seekers back onto continental Europe (whether by clumsy Brexit diplomacy or Naval war ship), the Government must accept its international obligations and accept our fair share of refugees.