I’ll be looking at details of the Government’s plans to rip up sections of the Northern Ireland Protocol, which Boris Johnson negotiated and recommended just over two years ago, when published later today, on which I challenged Foreign Secretary Liz Truss last month.
As we mark the fifth anniversary of the Grenfell disaster tomorrow, I’ll be talking on Radio Sheffield about the issues my constituents have had with the cladding and building safety issues it exposed – which I’ve been pressing on their behalf.
Later I’ll be hosting on online meeting I’ve arranged with police and councillors regarding problems in their local neighbourhood, joining an event hosted by Make UK ahead of National Manufacturing Day on the 7th July, and meeting journalism students from the University of Sheffield for a Q&A.
Unusually, I’m travelling back to Sheffield on Wednesday afternoon, for a meeting that evening with the Local Dental Committee on the difficulties constituents have raised with me about accessing NHS dentistry.
On Thursday and Friday, I’ve meetings with Council officers on phase two of the Levelling Up funding applications, the NHS Clinical Commissioning Group, and a catch up with Council leaders, as well as a call with the Minister for Refugees on issues with the Homes for Ukraine scheme, – and on Saturday I’m heading to Wakefield to support Labour’s by-election campaign.