At this morning’s Health and Social Care Committee I spoke to Professor Stephen Powis, National Medical Director at NHS England and asked him about how the NHS will be making A&E admissions safer and more accessible.
As we begin planning our economic recovery, it is essential we have a strategy that is focused on getting people back to work. We must create jobs that are skilled and sustainable, and in sectors we want to grow.
Across Kent we have some brilliant community rehabilitation providers. Following the Justice Secretary’s statement yesterday that the probation services in England and Wales will be fully restored to public ownership and control,
Today I spoke in the Counter-Terrorism and Sentencing Bill Second Reading in the House of Commons. I have voiced in the chamber previously my long standing concerns with standard determinate sentences (where you are automatically released at a point in your sentence) for serious crimes.
Laura Trott, MP for Sevenoaks achieved a national change of policy yesterday, as the Government announced they will expand care home testing to all adult settings including those with residents under 65s and with disabilities.
Earlier this week I asked the Home Secretary to bring forward practical steps to ensure the remaining racial inequalities in our society are addressed. We must not let the violence of a minority overshadow the cause that the majority were peacefully protesting on.