Personal reflections on the refugee camps at Calais and Dunkirk

Personal reflections on the refugee camps at Calais and Dunkirk

Personal reflections on the refugee camps at Calais and Dunkirk Read more

Back at work after the festive break, and let me wish you a Happy New Year. 

Plenty to get stuck into! We are already campaigning for Sadiq Khan, Labour candidate for the Mayor of London in May and attacking the Conservatives over their handling of the floods, housing and much, much more.

2016: Onwards and upwards

Back at work after the festive break, and let me wish you a Happy New Year.  Plenty to get stuck into! We are already campaigning for Sadiq Khan, Labour candidate... Read more

On Friday I went to see John McGeaney, to take him one of the Camden New Journal’s Christmas hampers. 

Some Christmas cheer

On Friday I went to see John McGeaney, to take him one of the Camden New Journal’s Christmas hampers.  Read more

A quick run through some of what I've been doing over the last week.

Weekly update 17th December 2015

A quick run through some of what I've been doing over the last week. Read more

In these last few weeks before Christmas, a lot is being packed in. This week more on HS2, a commonwealth visit, refugees and a reminder of the brilliant everyday work of our NHS staff.

Weekly update 11th December 2015

In these last few weeks before Christmas, a lot is being packed in. This week more on HS2, a commonwealth visit, refugees and a reminder of the brilliant everyday work... Read more

On Friday I was delighted to show a group of MPs from across the Commonwealth something of our area.

Andre Fortin, a Canadian MP from Quebec, (standing, left) Wilson Duncan from St Helena, Abdikadir Ore Ahmed, who represents a seat in north-eastern Kenya and  Helena Pik-Wan Wong from Hong Kong joined me for most of the morning.

Read more below.

The Commonwealth comes to Camden

On Friday I was delighted to show a group of MPs from across the Commonwealth something of our area. Andre Fortin, a Canadian MP from Quebec, (standing, left) Wilson Duncan... Read more

Read about some of what I've been up to in the past week...

Weekly update 4th December 2015

Read about some of what I've been up to in the past week... Read more

Tucked away in the Chadswell block of flats just South of Camden Town Hall is a centre that is important to many in this lively community. It is the Chadswell Health Living Centre. A large, cheerful room is used for a range of activities aimed at the Bangladeshi, Somali and Chinese communities. I was happy to visit at their invitation last Friday, with Councilors Abdul Hai and Sally Gimson.

 

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The Somali, Bangladeshi and Chinese community of King's Cross

Tucked away in the Chadswell block of flats just South of Camden Town Hall is a centre that is important to many in this lively community. It is the Chadswell... Read more

I have written for The Guardian about why I will be voting against airstrikes in Syria when the Prime Minister calls a vote this week.

Read the article here.

Airstrikes in Syria are lawful, but I’ll be voting against them

I have written for The Guardian about why I will be voting against airstrikes in Syria when the Prime Minister calls a vote this week. Read the article here.

Read about my week in my latest weekly update.

Weekly update 27th November 2015

Read about my week in my latest weekly update. Read more

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