I want to thank everyone in Gateshead who voted for me in the election on June 8th. The local result was magnificent, and I’m proud that I will be able to continue my work in Parliament on behalf of all of the residents of our constituency. Nationally, the result demonstrated that the Tory Government has […]
Due to the uncertainty around the Queen’s Speech the date of the next surgery will be Monday 19th June between 2:30pm and 4:30pm. After this, the next surgery will be July 7th 3-5pm, and will continue on the first and third Friday of the month between 3 and 5 as normal. Surgeries are not held […]
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It was a pleasure to visit the Guide Dog stand at conference. We discussed how audio visual (AV) announcements are essential to allow people with sight loss to use busses safely and independently. Without AV announcements, many blind and partially sighted people do not feel comfortable using busses, which has a knock-on effect on their […]
My surgeries are now back to the regular first and third Friday of the month between 3 and 5pm. They are held at 12 Regent Terrace, Gateshead, opposite the Civic Centre, and no appointment is necessary. October’s surgeries will be held on Friday 7th and Friday 21st.
I appeared on the Sunday Politics Show yesterday to discuss Labour’s new policies, as well as the reintroduction of grammar schools. You can watch the entire programme here.
I was delighted to present long service awards to Jackie, Sharon and Pauline at Ladbrokes National Audit Centre, Gateshead.
It was a great pleasure and a real honour to be at the Foundation Futures annual dinner, a not for profit organisation which works with the most disadvantaged, vulnerable and at risk young people in the North East.
It was great to have ASLEF Union President Tosh MacDonald and his wife in Gateshead on Saturday for the Thomas Hepburn memorial service.
I couldn’t attend last Wednesday – But I’m supporting wear it pink for Breast Cancer Now to help beat breast cancer!