I’m hoping to speak in a debate today on a public petition on performing artists ability to work across Europe, after the Government turned down an EU offer to provide the visa-less travel they need following Brexit – backing calls from over 200,000 signatories for a free cultural work permit – and on Thursday I’ll be challenging Michael Gove on the economic impact of the Brexit deal.

Tomorrow I’ll be joining the Gambling Related Harm All-Partyn Parliamentary Group for a meeting on the involvement of gambling companies in football and catching up with the campaigning charity Gambling with Lives to discuss the Gambling Act Review.

Later in the week I’ll be meeting Education Committee Chair Robert Halfon MP, about the Students APPG report on which I challenged Ministers in an Urgent Question last week, and joining a roundtable with our two universities on their role in mitigating the impact of the pandemic in South Yorkshire.

Also this week I’m catching up with Sheffield Young Carers to discuss Young Carers Action Day in March, attending a briefing by Israeli human rights organisation B’Tselem organised by the Britain-Palestine APPG, and meeting Save the Children for an update on their work, particularly in relation to Yemen for which our joint appeal is close to its £5000 target (there’s still time to donate here).

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