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28th September 2018

UK Tories’ support for Orbán – Orbán’s actions not a proxy for Brexit debate

Being an MEP carries with it a responsibility to uphold core values of democracy, freedom and fairness. This responsibility stretches from one’s own constituents, all the way across to the

17th September 2018

Everyday Sexism

I spoke in the European Parliament about Everyday Sexism.  

1st September 2018

On the March in Burston

This weekend, I’ll be in the Norfolk village of Burston, at the annual rally held to commemorate the the longest strike in British history. The Labour Party and the trade

16th August 2018

No Green Light for Ambulance Volunteers

After eight years of Tory austerity and a steep rise in demand, like all of the NHS, the ambulance service is stretched. There are now around 11 million calls for

6th July 2018

Happy Birthday NHS

There are not many countries that would choose to celebrate their public health system in an Olympic opening ceremony – but we did, showing the special status of “our” National

4th July 2018

Accidental Americans

“Where were you born?” it is a common question and one many of us have asked countless times when we meet new people. Most of the time, the question elicits

1st July 2018

“No taxation without representation”

A digital display that updates every minute to show the amount of tax paid by Washington D.C citizens this year, is installed outside the John A. Wilson District Building, Washington

26th June 2018

At The World Cup Let’s Call Full-Time On Domestic Violence

Ahead of the World Cup, MEPs are definitely supporting different teams, but there is one goal that unites us – whether our sides win, lose or draw, we all want

9th March 2018

Lets Make The World Cruelty-Free

This week marks the fifth anniversary of the comprehensive European-wide ban on testing cosmetics products on animals. For those of us who care about animal welfare this milestone is important,

6th February 2018

Could Safer Internet Day 2018 Be Britain’s Last?

There are fears that 2018 could mark the final “Safer Internet Day” in Britain. The annual landmark event in the online safety calendar, is celebrated in over a hundred countries,