With the current situation in Parliament, this week ahead looks to be quite an interesting one . But rest assured, I shall be doing my upmost to make sure that the current issues I am fighting for get aired and addressed by the government.
I shall be visiting the Shelter Drop-In in the morning to discuss the housing crisis in the UK; with 1.1 million people on the housing list for local authorities we need action to be taken by the government.
Later on I shall be in Westminster discussing the End the Cage campaign and urgency of recognising animal sentience, followed by a trip back up to Hessle for a constituency meeting.
I have a breakfast seminar to talk about nature, planning law and the ongoing environmental crisis , followed in quick succession by treasury questions, and the Women’s PLP AGM.
Tuesday also sees National Literacy Day, so I shall be attending a meeting discussing the importance of policymakers promoting literacy and equal access to books.
Then in the evening I will be at the Unison roundtable, where will be discussing how better to secure human rights for disabled people.
This morning kicks off with discussions about education and the ‘Baker Clause’ in the Terrace Room, swiftly followed by Prime Minister Questions in the Chamber.
I will then be attending the MacMillan Coffee Morning in the Churchill Room leading on to the Women Against State Pension Inequality (WASPI) drop-in.
In the evening I shall have the pleasure of attending an art exhibition which celebrates art created by those being neuro-diverse or having disabilities.
Quickly succeeded by a brief trip back up home to Hull for some constituency business!
Today I shall be at the Highways England tour looking at investment and infrastructure in and around Hull.
Later on I will be at the NHS Foundation Trust meeting where I shall be meeting board members, senior team, staff members and governors finding out more about the services available and some of their future projects.
The evening is starts off by visiting West Hull Community Sports Club, where I shall be involved in some film making and plans to help it secure funding and its future sustainability.
Finally, I finish the evening by conducting constituency door knocking, getting out and about talking to our fantastic resident around Hull.
Friday is generally Hull based and I start off by meeting with a great charity Aim Higher, which helps families dealing with autism, mental health and educational issues. I then shall be popping down the road to see some of our amazing students at Hull College.
The afternoon and evening is rounded off by several constituency meetings, and by getting out on the streets talking to our residents about their issues and concerns.
Have a wonderful week everyone and please do get in touch in you have any issues or concerns I may be able to help you with.