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- 10 March 2017
Kerry responds to the tax hike for the self-employed and the rest of the May Government's Budget.
- 07 March 2017
BBC reports have suggested that, despite budget cuts to every single school in Kerry's constituency, the Government has somehow found £320m to reintroduce grammar schools by the back door.
- 07 March 2017
Ahead of International Women's Day, tomorrow, Kerry shows her support for the campaign working to close the gender gap in education given 130m girls around the world are not in school.
- 03 March 2017
5,000 primates are currently kept as pets across the UK, causing them physical and emotional suffering. The RSPCA and BVA, among others, are calling for a Government ban on the practice.
- 03 March 2017
A report published today by the House of Commons' Public Accounts Committee showed the cost of electrification has, because of mismanagement by Government and Network Rail, soared by £1.2 billion.
- 02 March 2017
As has been painfully clear from constituency surgeries both before and after the referendum, the uncertainty on the rights of EU nationals is deeply worrying for families and and businesses here in east Bristol.
- 01 March 2017
Kerry joined Marie Curie nurses, and Jason Isaacs, in Parliament to highlight this appeal, which will help provide care and support to people living with a terminal illness.
- 28 February 2017
Since first being elected to Parliament, Kerry has called for age-appropriate sex and relationship education to be introduced in all schools. Kerry welcomes today's announcement, and will be looking closely at further details as they emerge.
- 25 February 2017
More than 25,000 Bristolians work in manufacturing industries - Kerry asks the Government to act to ensure that these jobs are safeguarded amidst the uncertainty which many are feeling because of Brexit.
- 22 February 2017
After Bristol passed its Budget last night, Kerry asks the PM to meet with Marvin Rees, the Mayor of Bristol, and fund Bristol fairly.
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