I’ve been drawn for Education Questions today and will pressing the Universities Minister on recovering from learning lost through the pandemic. I’ve also been drawn for Prime Minister’s Questions on Wednesday but, with lots of issues to choose from, have yet to decide my topic – keep an eye on twitter for my question.
Parliamentary Questions aside, the Nationality and Borders Bill dominates my time again as we move into the last week of challenging the Government’s plans in Committee (see more here). Before PMQs’ I’ve an online meeting with students at Learn for Life, a Sharrow-based projects teaching English and supporting integration for refugees, asylum seekers and other members of the local community.
Also in Westminster this week I’ll be joining an event organised by Best for Britain with which I regularly work and, back in Sheffield on Friday, I’ll be meeting with constituents on social care, catching up with the Chair and CEO of Sheffield Children NHS Foundation Trust and meeting with Council Executive members.
At the weekend I’ll be out knocking on doors as part of my Big Conversation and joining the climate justice march held to coincide with COP26.