This week, I voted against the Government’s Finance Bill, which will only add to the crises of low pay, insecure work, rising poverty and inequality now facing us after ten years of austerity and the Government’s mishandling of the pandemic.
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.
This week, I was drawn for my first ever Prime Minister’s Question and had the opportunity to push Boris Johnson on the issue of high citizenship fees.
Care workers have been overworked, overlooked and undervalued for too long. It’s time to pay fair for care.
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.
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.