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I am not currently an MP, as Parliament has been dissolved until after the General Election

Welcome to my website. You can use this site to find out how to contact me, or to find out about me and Bristol East. 

It also includes regular updates on issues and campaigns in which I am involved and, in the news section, what I have been doing in Bristol and in Westminster. You can also use this site to access my blog and to view my latest newsletter.
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Latest news

28 April 2017
Kerry's latest newsletter includes updates on her work in Bristol East and Parliament over the last six weeks. Click here for links to Kerry's newsletters from the last year too.
A development on Ebenezer Street, in St George, with parking and other implications for nearby residents, has seen opposition from almost 100 local people, and will go before the Council tonight.
With recent reports of anti-social behaviour and instances of racist abuse in Eastville Park, Kerry is working with local councillors to remove the travellers there.
Our illegally poor air quality kills 300 people every year in Bristol, and 40,000 premature deaths nation-wide, so, in Parliament, Kerry has been working hard on policies to improve the air we breathe, including as part of the joint select committee panel.
I have opposed their application for Fishponds Road – which would be in close proximity to several schools, and worsen transport problems on this main road – every step of the way over the last three years.
After a fundraising drive, CLIC Sargent's branch on Fishponds Road has today reopened, after a shocking arson attack and burglary just before Christmas, to aid their work supporting young children with cancer and their families.
Kerry joined the new Youth Council at a meeting this week, after they were elected by 12,500 young people, to discuss their priorities for their two-year term of office.

Latest tweets

Thanks to everyone for turning out! https://t.co/8y2uC6tYoc
Popped home to see @peterhook on TV at end of Great Manchester Run. Heartfelt words from him about victims being in his mind as he ran.
Last doorknock of the morning and there's a pre @LSTDBristol party going on! https://t.co/xBngfBVNq8
How adorable is he?! He's Lester, a Tibetan Terrier. @PetsForLabour https://t.co/UF461LyrMc
@amias @jonadowning @ThangamMP Your commitment to progressive alliance seems somewhat halfhearted.

The week ahead

Week beginning 18th April

Parliament returns today (18th April) after the Easter recess. MPs will, after Treasury Questions, be debating and voting on the Second Reading of the Finance Bill, with more detailed votes and amendments to come in future weeks at committee stage.

On Wednesday there will be an important vote on the PIP regulations, as well as questions to the Prime Minister. The EFRA Select Committee will be continuing its food waste inquiry, taking evidence from the Environment Minister, Therese Coffey. 

Kerry will be back in Bristol from Thursday for the start of the Fishponds McDonalds planning appeal, joining those who oppose the application at City Hall. She also has meetings lined up to discuss the Council's waste policy and the Mayor's Clean Streets Initiative, as well as her usual surgery and campaigning in the Metro Mayor elections.

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