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- 20 July 2017
Last week, Kerry launched Feeding Bristol - our local pilot of Feeding Bristol - to tackle food poverty in the city. Today, Kerry asked the MP representing the Church Commissioners in the House of Commons about the roles of churches in combating food poverty.
- 19 July 2017
After a sustained campaign from parents and teachers, the Government promises £1.3bn extra for schools - though it won't arrive until 2018/19 and it's not clear where from. Kerry asks the Education Secretary to ensure sixth forms are fairly funded too.
- 17 July 2017
The UK's ten Core Cities – which include Bristol, Birmingham, and Manchester – are home to 19 million people and responsible for 29% of UK trade exports. They need to have a voice in the UK's negotiating strategy for Brexit, Kerry says.
- 15 July 2017
The long-promised electrification of the Great Western line into Temple Meads was deferred last year, and although Government ministers have repeatedly refused to confirm or deny it, it seems clear that the electrification plans have now been ditched.
- 13 July 2017
Kerry met with numerous international development charities, and also asked the Government a series of questions relating to water, sanitation, and hygiene.
- 13 July 2017
Kerry joins MPs in Westminster Hall to support calls for changes to the organ donation system, to bring it in line with that of Wales.
- 12 July 2017
Kerry calls for more resources and asks the Government what it will take for them to realise how stretched emergency services are, after Avon Fire & Rescue has lost a quarter of its force's jobs since 2010.
- 11 July 2017
Many thousands of people, including several of my constituents, were infected with Hepatitis C and HIV from NHS blood products in the 1970s and 80s, and sadly, many have since died as a result.
- 30 June 2017
Together with Bristol's other MPs, Kerry presses the Government to allow local councils to raise more moeny to pay for new housing and improving existing homes.
- 28 June 2017
Kerry signs Stella Creasy's amendment which would allow Northern Irish women to access NHS services - including terminations - without charge.
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