The latest information on what support is available for businesses hit by Coronavirus and how to access it.
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...
The most common policy and casework inquiries from February 2020
I had a great time last night attending Unison’s LGBT+ History Month reception and celebrating the vibrant LGBT+ community within the union movement. I am delighted that UK unions are actively championing the rights of the LGBT+ workers both inside and outside of the...
Press Release – Shadow Immigration Minister Criticises ‘Piecemeal’ NHS Visa Extension for Migrant Medical Workers
“The Home Office’s announcement that it will extend the visas of migrant doctors, nurses, paramedics and their families is a piecemeal show of gratitude. It is completely incommensurate with the superhuman effort migrant workers are putting into the fight against coronavirus.
Press Release – Shadow Immigration Minister Calls on Government to Reconsider Points-Based Immigration System
Labour’s Shadow Immigration Minister, Bell Ribeiro-Addy MP has called on the Government to reconsider its points-based immigration system in light of major labour shortages in the agricultural and healthcare sectors.
Streatham MP Bell Ribeiro-Addy has called on constituents to report employers who fail to comply with Government health guidelines on Coronavirus.
The Shadow Immigration Minister, Bell Ribeiro-Addy MP has spoken out in support of Lambeth Unison’s campaign for Elis Laundry workers to receive full sick pay, protective equipment and better hygiene breaks.
My column in South London Press on the Government’s continuation of the Hostile Environment.
From the Australian bush fires to killer heatwaves, floods and extreme weather – it couldn’t be clearer that we are in the midst of a climate emergency. Already, many of the world’s poorest people – who have done the least to cause this crisis – are being hit first...