Paul Blomfield MP

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I had expected the EU Withdrawal Bill to be starting Committee Stage this week, but the chaos at the heart of the Government appears to have delayed it. Instead we’re debating another piece of Brexit legislation today, the Nuclear Safeguards Bill, on which I’m winding up for Labour. I’ll reiterate our support for continued participation in Euratom – you can read an article I wrote with Keir Starmer in July about the issue here. Before that, I’ll be meeting with consumer organisations to hear their concerns about Brexit.

Nuclear safeguards, migration, World Week and, of course, Brexit – some of my week ahead

I had expected the EU Withdrawal Bill to be starting Committee Stage this week, but the chaos at the heart of the Government appears to have delayed it. Instead we’re... Read more

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Parliament is back today after the conference recess, during which I’ve held 40 community events seeking constituents views. This week I’ll start to pull together all the comments from the hundreds of people who joined in the Big Conversation. I’ll also be preparing for the EU Withdrawal Bill on which I’ll be leading as part of Labour’s Shadow Brexit team, when it goes into committee stage next Tuesday. This afternoon I'll be in the Commons Chamber for Theresa May's report on Brexit, in which she's apparently trying to turn the attention away from the chaos in her Government, which is paralysing the negotiations, by blaming the EU. 

Women’s pensions, international students, mental health and fracking – some of my week ahead

Parliament is back today after the conference recess, during which I’ve held 40 community events seeking constituents views. This week I’ll start to pull together all the comments from the... Read more

Parliament’s in recess this week for the Conservative Party Conference and I’m out and about across the constituency with the last sixteen events of this year’s Big Conversation. I’ll be meeting with local faith leaders, with members of the Chinese Community Association, and with young people in local secondary schools and the University Technical College. Everyone’s welcome at the public meetings listed below: 

The Big Conversation, higher education and a new project tackling homelessness – some of my week ahead

Parliament’s in recess this week for the Conservative Party Conference and I’m out and about across the constituency with the last sixteen events of this year’s Big Conversation. I’ll be... Read more

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I arrived in Brighton yesterday for Labour Party Conference. Alongside the main conference, I’ll be speaking at meetings on Brexit, skills, and electoral reform. I’ll also be joining policy discussions with party members and trade unionists on Brexit, and meeting with businesses and charities to hear their views and concerns.

Labour Conference, Confucius and the Big Conversation – some of my week ahead

I arrived in Brighton yesterday for Labour Party Conference. Alongside the main conference, I’ll be speaking at meetings on Brexit, skills, and electoral reform. I’ll also be joining policy discussions... Read more

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I’ve sent out my monthly newsletter updating constituents on what I’ve been up to over the last month. It covers my work on the EU repeal bill, tuition fees, challenging discrimination against EU nationals, northern transport, Brits in the EU and more.

Keeping in touch - September 2017

I’ve sent out my monthly newsletter updating constituents on what I’ve been up to over the last month. It covers my work on the EU repeal bill, tuition fees, challenging... Read more

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Parliament’s in recess for the Party Conferences and my Big Conversation’s in full swing. Today I’ve got two café drop-ins, in Manor Park and on Abbeydale Road, followed by an open meeting this evening in Walkley Library. A full list of public events is available here on Facebook or here on my website, but here’s those for this week:

The Big Conversation, Labour Party Conference (and the derby) – my week ahead

Parliament’s in recess for the Party Conferences and my Big Conversation’s in full swing. Today I’ve got two café drop-ins, in Manor Park and on Abbeydale Road, followed by an... Read more

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In a debate in the House of Commons today on the recent £250 rise in tuition fees, I called for a complete overhaul of the unfair and unsustainable student finance system which is saddling graduates with tens of thousands of pounds of debt.

My speech on broken student funding system

In a debate in the House of Commons today on the recent £250 rise in tuition fees, I called for a complete overhaul of the unfair and unsustainable student finance... Read more

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Brexit dominates my week as the Commons continues to debate the Second Reading of the European Union (Withdrawal) Bill today (watch my interview with CNN about the Bill here), with votes coming at midnight.  Tomorrow I’ll be responding for Labour’s front bench, in a Westminster Hall debate about negotiations on the future rights of UK nationals in the EU. 

Brexit, tuition fees, science and engineering, and the Big Conversation – some of my week ahead

Brexit dominates my week as the Commons continues to debate the Second Reading of the European Union (Withdrawal) Bill today (watch my interview with CNN about the Bill here), with... Read more

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After a weekend leafletting for my Big Conversation, I’m heading down to Westminster this morning. Parliament returns from the August Recess tomorrow, but we’ve a meeting of the Shadow Brexit team today, preparing  for the Second Reading of the Great Repeal Bill (or the European Union (Withdrawal) Bill as it is properly known), which I’ve blogged about. The debate starts on Thursday, after Exiting the European Union Questions in which I’ll be pressing Ministers for our frontbench.

Parliament returns, Brexit and the Big Conversation – some of my week ahead

  After a weekend leafletting for my Big Conversation, I’m heading down to Westminster this morning. Parliament returns from the August Recess tomorrow, but we’ve a meeting of the Shadow... Read more

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