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- 17 February 2017
Over 5,000 households in Bristol East are living in fuel poverty, paying an average of £500 more each year than their better-off neighbours to sustain a warm home. Bristol Energy has launched a trial scheme, and I hope it reaches my constituents who need it most.
- 12 February 2017
This week, the Transport Secretary gave the impression that he is trying to wriggle out of the vital electrification works – something which is unacceptable given Bristolians have already suffered through even greater congestion than usual because of the preparatory works.
- 10 February 2017
An independent report – asked for by Bristol's Mayor, Marvin Rees – reviewing the budget deficit at Bristol City Council has found that, under previous Mayor George Ferguson, a culture developed in which ‘contentious decisions [were]… not asked for' in the run up to his failed re-election bid.
- 06 February 2017
On Saturday, Kerry joined volunteers from Street Life to talk to homeless people and hand out food, clothes, bedding, and toiletries.
- 02 February 2017
Having these all-important conversations can make a big difference to so many people. The more we talk, the more lives we can change.
- 28 January 2017
Theresa May failed to condemn Trump's latest executive order - which may impact British dual citizens.
- 26 January 2017
Kerry recently met with the Council's energy service to find out about home insulation measures and others which can make homes and businesses more energy efficient.
- 25 January 2017
An elderly woman was hospitalised after an attack on Monday lunchtime in Eastville Park - if you were in the area at this time and you have any information at all, please contact the Police know on 101.
- 23 January 2017
Kerry appeared on the Sunday Politics yesterday, sharing her views on both President Obama's legacy and the new American President.
- 19 January 2017
If you are aged 11-18 and live or go to school in Bristol, then you can vote for your representatives on the Youth Council, Youth Parliament, and for two Youth Mayors.
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