What I do

Clapham

The Streatham constituency contains the eastern side of Clapham across to the Common itself, including Clapham Park Estate, Lambeth Academy, and Thornton.

Clapham is a vibrant community and has undergone significant regeneration and investment in housing and on the high street in recent years. The Common remains a popular destination for tourists and locals.

I visited Perfect Blend in Streatham Hill to discuss the local economy and health of the High Road with manager Ben. One of our many great small businesses on the High Road.

I voted for a motion to take over the Order Paper to prevent a future Conservative PM from forcing through a No Deal Brexit against Parliament’s will, which was unfortunately defeated.

I welcomed pupils from Kings Avenue school to Parliament before their tour and took their questions about Parliament, politics, and Streatham.

Visiting Streatham’s newest addition to the High Street, Tribe! A brand new vegan cafe, juice bar and co-working space right next to Streatham Hill station. Check them out!

Dropped in on The Filling Station for my morning coffee, another great local business on Streatham High Road and a favourite of mine!.

I signed EDM 2285 calling for a new Mental Health Bill to tackle the needs of children with mental health needs.

Had a chance to visit a great local business Chop Barbers in Clapham Common, who told me how they are concerned Brexit could impact on their workforce.

Pleasure to visit a great local business Southside Cafe in Clapham and meet Curtis and Laura. I recommend the carrot cake!

Really enjoyed my visit to Glenbrook Primary School this morning on their Wear Green Day to raise money for
MindCharity. Great work guys!

Following the huge number of EU Citizens who were denied their right to vote on polling day, I have written to the Cabinet Office calling on government to take responsibility and set out plans to prevent it ever happening again.

I visited Woodmansterne school and children’s centre to talk to students about politics, and take a tour of the great new buildings and facilities for pupils.

On Mental Health Week, I have tabled a series of questions to ask government what it is doing to safeguard the mental health of visa applicants, civil servants, and school children.

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