Forgiving Student Debt
Suspend the No Recourse to Public Funds Conditions
Student Rent Crisis
COVID 19 Effects on BAME, Migrant and Low Income Workers
It was an honour to join the picket line this morning in solidarity against the appalling employment practices of SPS Technologies in Leicester.
It is beyond shameful that SPS is now exploiting this terrible pandemic, which has hit Leicester harder than most places, as an opportunity to attack workers’ terms and conditions.
As the MP for Leicester East, I will always stand in full solidarity with all Leicester East workers. In parliament, and in our community, I will keep doing everything in my power to bring justice to SPS employees and all Leicester workers.
My letter to To Hon Kwasi Kwarteng MP the Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy.
The teaching of Black History should be compulsory in our schools.
This week, the Conservatives voted against protecting leaseholders – they broke their promise again.
Four years on from Grenfell, leaseholders in my constituency should not have to fund dangerous cladding and other fire safety defects.
I voted to protect leaseholders, they are not to blame.
You can read more here.
Garment Trading Adjudicator
Garment Industry Supply Chains
Garment Industry - United Nations Guiding Principles
Garment Industry - Trade Unions
Garment Industry - Suppliers list
Garment Industry - Approved by labour enforcement agencies
Maximum pay ratios - Garment Industry
Leicesters Apparel Manufacturing Industry
Statutory mandatory human rights and due diligence responsibility
Environmental Sustainability - Garment Industry
Paraquat Exports to India
Pesticides Exports to India
Reassess the Conceptual Framework on Agriculture
Vaccinations - Indocumented Migrants
Health and Safety Executive - 46 per cent reduction in the budget
Exploitation of Garment Industry Workers Around the World
Asylum, Visa and Immigration Applications
Leicester City are on their way to Wembley for the FA Cup Semi-Final!
Imagine I was just still a teenager in Leicester idolising Gary Lineker when Leicester was last at an FA Semi-Final.
Indian Farmers Protest
Indian Farmers Online Abuse
Efficacy of a single dose of the Pfizer BioNTech 3
Efficacy of a single dose of the Pfizer BioNTech 2
Efficacy of a single dose of the Pfizer BioNTech
Arms Trade - India - Peaceful Protest
I am proud to endorse Ian Byrne MP’s campaign that every child should have the right to learn without being hungry. Learning on an empty stomach is hurting children’s life chances.
Care Homes Coronavirus
Coronavirus - Vaccination
A happy and safe St. Patricks day to all Irish people in Leicester East, across Leicester and around the world.
Wishing you continued progress, peace and happiness.
Beannachtaí na Féile Pádraig oraibh!
I have signed this joint letter to Boris Johnson with other MP’s and peers after our recent grief of the abduction on Sarah Everard and to work towards ending male violence against women and girls.
You can see the letter below.
Her name was Sarah Everard. Devastating.
Women are more likely to;
- Lose their jobs
- Fall through the gap in government support
- Be furloughed
- Have had a 20% pay cut
- Be on the frontline in healthcare, education & hospitality
- Be working longer & harder
COVID-19 has exposed & added to the inequalities women face.
I will continue to fight for women in my constituency of Leicester East.
Unconscious Bias Judiciary
Lammy Review - Judicial Appointments’ System
Judiciary Recruitment, Retention and Promotion Targets
Judiciary - Public Appointments - Ombudsman Complaint
Judiciary - Bullying
Judicial Conduct Investigations Office - diversity profile of complainants
Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic Individuals in the Criminal Justice System
Employment Tribunals Service
From the Indian women who led the Imperial Typewriters Strike to the women who are on the frontline of the Farmers Protest in India, I pay tribute to them Their struggle is our struggle #FarmersProtest100days #FarmersProtests
I submitted a written question to the State for Justice Department raising the question of whether he will make an assessment of the effectiveness of the unconscious bias training made available to the judiciary.
I await a response from the relevant Government Minister.
Stay tuned to my blogs and I will update everyone when a response is received.
Exploitation in Leicester’s garment industry. Billionaires exist when and where employees are exploited. We cannot allow textile companies to keep getting away with this predatory business model, in which corporate profits are prioritised above human rights and wellbeing.
The government must finally act to end the scourge of exploitation in Leicester, across the UK and around the world. No longer should firms like boohoo hide behind the claim that companies in its supply chain are ‘third party’ businesses that they have no responsibility for.See my article for Politics Home here.
This is what an NHS GP-led service looks like. A really great achievement by the entire community. Leicester leading the way.
I fully support the joint letter organised by Jamie Stone MP that expresses concern over the deportation case of Osime Brown.