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I thank colleagues from both sides of the House for their contributions, particularly those with frontline experience, and I thank the Minister for his measured response. I have a couple of points. First, I am sure the Minister can feel the sense of urgency in this debate. Although I appreciate that long-term discussions are needed, we still do not have a date for when the long-term plan will...
That is very reassuring. We hear from across the House that mental health is receiving such little support. People are hanging by a thread. Nurses are saying to their organisations and their MPs, “I am worried for the health and safety of my patients. I’m doing too many shifts. I’m absolutely shattered. I can’t guarantee that I am going to be doing my job properly. They’re bringing...
If that is the case, the statistics are welcome, but in my constituency we are losing European members of staff. We cannot get away from the overall numbers—there are staffing shortages of 10%. In my constituency and in my trust they cannot recruit, because of various issues. I am grateful that the Government listened when I raised the question of tier 2 visas with the Prime Minister, when...
Labour/Co-operative MP for Batley and Spen
Entered the House of Commons on 20 October 2016 — Byelection
Party was Labour until 3 May 2017
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Last updated: 3 Dec 2018.