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- 02 February 2017
Accommodation provided by private sector companies G4S and Serco has been shown to be infested with rats, bed bugs, and mice. It is not acceptable for anyone, no matter how desperate their plight, to be housed in such conditions, nor it is acceptable for companies to profit from exploiting vulnerable people.
- 01 February 2017
Tonight, Kerry will be voting against the Second Reading of the EU (Notification of Withdrawal) Bill.
- 31 January 2017
President Trump is reportedly considering relaxing sanctions against Russia – who have invaded several countries in recent years. In the Commons, I welcomed the extension of sanctions and asked what progress has been made on the ceasefire agreement.
- 30 January 2017
The Second Reading of the Article 50 Bill in the House of Commons is due to take place tomorrow and on Wednesday; further stages are planned for the following week, prior to its scheduled Third Reading on Wednesday 8 February.
- 29 January 2017
Consumers deserve to know what is going into the food they eat - it is wrong that such controversial practices can be kept secret.
- 28 January 2017
In her last speech in the House of Commons before her murder last year, Jo Cox MP argued that Britain should do more to bring an end to the war in Syria – reminding us that, as the eighteenth century Bristol MP Edmund Burke said, ‘sometimes all it takes for evil to triumph is for good men to do nothing.’
- 27 January 2017
Ahead of the Prime Minister's meeting with the new US President today, the Environmental Audit Committee - of which Kerry is a member - has called on her to raise issues of climate change.
- 27 January 2017
Kerry encourages all of her constituents to reflect on and show support for this most important of days - and remember the victims of the Holocaust, and all subsequent genocides across the world.
- 26 January 2017
After Theresa May's speech last week made no reference to the environment, Kerry has co-signed amendments to the Government's two-line Article 50 Bill which would ensure environmental protections will not worsen after Brexit.
- 24 January 2017
The Supreme Court has ruled that the Prime Minister cannot trigger Article 50 without an Act of Parliament. Kerry wants your views on this, ahead of a Bill being introduced.
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