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23 March 2017
This morning, MPs held a minute's silence for those who lost their life, in particular PC Keith Palmer, who died defending Parliament. Business continued, undeterred by this attack on our democracy, with Kerry asking the DWP about PIP changes.
Details are still emerging, as the investigations continue and as police patrols are stepped up across the UK.
My first thoughts tonight are with the victims of today’s events, with their family and friends, and with all those were caught up in this dreadful incident, especially the children and young people who were visiting Parliament today.
George Osborne, the former Chancellor, last week was appointed to his sixth job, as editor of one of the country’s largest newspapers, the London Evening Standard. He’s now paid around ten times more for other work than he is as an MP.
After meetings with local councillor Nicola Bowden-Jones, Mayor Marvin Rees, and Kerry, the developer increases proposals for affordable housing at Blackberry Hill.
Much needed central reservation works to go ahead, from tomorrow.
Kerry visits the depot which is producing the new Intercity Express trains for the Great Western line, welcoming increased capacity and asking about improvements for disabled passengers.

Latest tweets

@joerayment91 thank you! You're the first! (On twitter anyway)
Thinking of Aysha Frade and her two children as I spend Mother's Day with my mum and sisters and their kids.
@BrisPostLaura @ThangamMP Charlotte now here too.
@BrisPostLaura @ThangamMP the fact it took place during a vote means that most MPs were in or around chamber.
@BrisPostLaura @ThangamMP Karin is now with us too.

The week ahead

Week beginning 20th March

This week it is unlikely there will be many votes in Parliament, with fairly uncontroversial measures being debated. It's the Second Reading of the Prisons and Courts Bill, and the remaining stages of the Intellectual Property (Unjustified Threats) Bill and the Pension Schemes Bill. There will also be general debates on fuel poverty, Brexit and international trade, social mobility and Equitable Life, as well as debates in Westminster Hall. Oral questions include Education, Health, PMQs and International Trade.

Kerry's Select Committee meetings include a private session of the EAC to finalise its report on the Sustainable Development Goals, and EFRA sessions on the performance of the Rural Payments Agency plus the final session of its Food Waste inquiry, with EFRA Minister Therese Coffey in the hot seat. She will also be attending a Farming Today breakfast, and two sessions on the circular economy (one relating to international development, the other relating to business opportunities in the UK). There are drop-in events for the Anthony Nolan Trust, Animal Aid, the RSPB, the Born Free Foundation and on HIV services, and Kerry is also meeting with Kellogg's to discuss breakfast clubs, sugar reduction and other issues.

In Bristol, as well as party political meetings/ campaigning, Kerry is meeting with local NHS bosses to discuss STPs, and attending a Bristol Shared Reading event at Junction 3. She also has a meeting to discuss how to expand and improve work experience opportunities for local pupils, which is an initiative being spearheaded by the Mayor.

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