This week I’ll be speaking in the debate on the Queen’s Speech, pressing the Government on concerns raised in my annual community consultation, the Big Conversation, as the General Election has limited the opportunities until now. But my week starts with a meeting with Labour Peers on Brexit, after leading on the Withdrawal Bill in the Commons last week.
I’ll also be chairing a meeting of the Labour Campaign on Electoral Reform, attending a meeting of the All-Party Parliamentary Group for Choice at the End of Life, joining an event to mark Holocaust Memorial Day, meeting representatives of the British in Europe, attending an Open Doors event on religious persecution, hearing an analysis of the General Election result by John Curtice, and catching up with the other Sheffield MPs at one of our regular meetings.
I’ll also be meeting with the Dutch Minister of Education, Culture and Science to discuss future relations after the UK leaves the EU, before returning to Sheffield on Thursday evening.
On Friday I’m meeting the Vice-Chancellor of Sheffield Hallam University to discuss current issues facing the sector, meeting with constituents on the establishment of a twinning link between Sheffield and Nablus following my visit to the West Bank, and holding one of my regular advice surgeries for constituents.