Coronavirus is leaving no area of life untouched. I want to know more about the things affecting all of you and get help to people who need it as quickly as possible. To this end, I’m hosting a number of Coronavirus Zoom Q&As over the coming weeks.
Coronavirus is leaving no area of life untouched. I know this is a difficult time for my constituents with many of you writing to me to me to raise a range of issues. I'm hosting a number of Zoom Q&As over the coming weeks in order to address the issues affecting...
I’m calling on Streatham businesses and residents with any spare laptops, iPads and tablets to donate these to local children who are struggling to get access to remote learning.
With the Coronavirus (Covid-19) situation evolving rapidly, I’ve rounded up a list of useful resources for anyone looking to help or be helped in Streatham. I’m in touch with local volunteers, businesses, community groups and Lambeth Council and this page will be...
Along with other Labour MPs, Bell has written to Robert Jenrick, Secretary of State for Housing, Communities & Local Government, urging him to take action to prevent an evictions and rental debt crisis in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic.
“I stand with striking medical couriers at The Doctors’ Laboratory. Workers should not be punished for raising workplace health and safety issues or asking for better conditions. “
On Thank A Teacher Day, Bell Ribeiro-Addy has thanked teaching staff in Streatham and across the UK, expressing solidarity and support in the face of calls from government and media outlets for workers to return to schools.
Streatham MP Bell-Ribeiro-Addy has led a backbench effort to throw out the Immigration Bill, putting down a reasoned amendment alongside Caroline Lucas, Diane Abbott, John McDonnell, Richard Burgon and Dawn Butler.
Universality was the founding principle of the welfare state and must underpin our country’s approach to the coronavirus crisis and its economic aftermath: providing help to all who need it to get the country back on its feet.
Small businesses are being hit hard by Coronavirus. We should do more to support them – In My View (Column for South London Press)
Allowing small businesses to go bust isn’t just bad policy, risking a deeper recession and job losses, it’s also a hammer blow to communities. That makes it all the more important for the Government to learn from mistakes so far and get its second round of support right.
Big business needs to stop taking big liberties and being a big employer needs to come with some big responsibilities.
The coronavirus will change the world as we know it. Every nation has had to re-evaluate themselves and their priorities and when it is over, every nation’s standing in the world will be re-evaluated for them. None more so than Britain.