I am so honoured to have been selected as Labour’s candidate for Caversham ward next year at the local elections. I’ve already hit the ground running and I promise to work hard for you #caversham
- Save Our Post office
I am so grateful to those who came out on Sunday (16.12.18) to support saving our Post Office. Everyone can support this by signing this petition.
See Press here.
On the (14.01.19), I asked a question to the Reading Borough Council’s Policy committee tonight advocating for their support for the:
1) Unite the Union’s period poverty campaign
2) The Red box project which provides free menstrual products in schools
3) To investigate the possibility of providing free menstrual products in the workplace.
I was pleased to receive such a positive response from Councilor Hoskins, Lead Councillor for Health, Wellbeing and Sport and look forward to seeing you the report from council officer detailing how the council will the council will sign up to the campaign and take practical action.
You can watch me asking this question here at (2min30seconds).
See Press here.
See here for reaction to the Chancellor’s commitment to fund sanitary products in secondary school and colleges.
On the (11.03.19), I asked a question to Reading Borough Council’s Policy Committee about impact of the 8% cuts per pupil to school funding. Its really alarming to hear the extent of these cuts in Reading totalling £4.9 million between 2015 and 2020 – £281 per pupil with rising class sizes. However, I am reassured to see that education is a priority for Reading Borough Council despite these national cuts.
On the (11.03.19), I also asked a question about the result of the Care Quality Commission recent review of reading. I was so pleased to hear Reading was rated top by the Care Quality commission for effectively supporting older people moving between health and Social care.
You can watch me asking these questions here at 10min and 21mins respectively.
For more information on my campaign & my candidacy, please see here for my page on the Reading & District Labour Website.