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- 01 April 2017
Bristol’s Neighbourhood Partnerships, established by Labour to bring decision-making closer to communities, are changing. Due to the financial pressures caused by former Mayor Ferguson’s £30m overspend and the continuing cuts to councils’ budgets by the Conservative Government, Neighbourhood Partnerships will see a reduction in their funding.
- 01 April 2017
Every day, 44 Brits die from bowel cancer, making it the second biggest cancer killer in the country. Nearly everyone who is diagnosed early will survive, and Kerry encourages people of screening age (over 60) to take the test.
- 30 March 2017
I recently showed my support for MQ, a new charity focusing on funding for mental health research for young people. The importance of removing the stigma around mental health, improving treatment, and properly funding research has tragically once again been highlighted this week after news of the fifth suspected student suicide at the University of Bristol in this academic year.
- 27 March 2017
A lot has happened in politics since the last issue – not least the inauguration of Donald Trump as the new American President and the Article 50 proceedings in Parliament – and so this one was something of a special bumper edition!
- 25 March 2017
Tonight at 8:30pm, for the tenth year, the WWF’s Earth Hour will take place, with everyone, from businesses and public buildings to households and individuals, being encouraged to switch off their lights for an hour to demonstrate their commitment to the planet.
- 20 March 2017
After meetings with local councillor Nicola Bowden-Jones, Mayor Marvin Rees, and Kerry, the developer increases proposals for affordable housing at Blackberry Hill.
- 19 March 2017
Much needed central reservation works to go ahead, from tomorrow.
- 17 March 2017
This e-newsletter covers my work as your MP, both in east Bristol and in Westminster. A lot has happened in politics since the last issue – not least the inauguration of Donald Trump as the new American President and the Article 50 proceedings in Parliament – and so this one is something of a special bumper edition!
- 17 March 2017
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.
- 11 March 2017
Kerry joined litter picks across the constituency last weekend as part of the Mayor's campaign and, in the Bristol Post, wrote about what we can all do to make Bristol a much cleaner city.
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