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- 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.
- 05 March 2017
Kerry welcomes Mayor's £200m+ five-point plan on housing, and backs action for social and affordable housing.
- 02 March 2017
Today, World Book Day, celebrates the importance of reading. Kerry recently joined teachers, authors, and community volunteers at Air Balloon as part of the Reading Recovery initiative.
- 02 March 2017
Community groups across Bristol will be doing litter picks and community clean ups this weekend. Find out how to get involved here in east Bristol.
- 27 February 2017
Tonight, to coincide with the first episode of Series 3 of Broadchurch, which focuses on a rape investigation, SARSAS is launching its biggest ever funding appeal. SARSAS make a massive different to the lives of thousands of rape and sexual abuse survivors across the West, and I would urge everyone to donate to help them continue their invaluable services.
- 23 February 2017
Bristol and South Glos. councils have won almost £500,000 to design a Clean Air Zone for our area, and I hope to be part of the Parliamentary joint committee to look at this.
- 20 February 2017
Following incidents on Saturday which left supporters needing medical treatment, and saw a match official arrested, Kerry backs Bristol Rovers' chairman Steve Hamer's call for a full investigation.
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