As the economic chaos caused by the Tories unravelling plans is hitting people hard with rising costs and trashing the UK’s reputation around the world, I’ll be in the Commons this afternoon for a statement from their latest Chancellor (the fourth in four months).

Before that I’ve been selected for an oral question to the Secretary of State for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities’ in which I plan to raise funding for local councils, and later I’ll be hearing from Labour’s Leader Keir Starmer in this week’s Parliamentary Labour Party meeting.

Tomorrow I’ll be in Westminster Hall for two debates; the first is on kinship care in which I’ll be the contributing as Chair of the All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Young Carers, and the other on cost-of-living support for young people in which I’ll be highlighting the challenges for students – something I’ll also be discussing on Wednesday at a Universities APPG meeting.

Also this week, I’ll be joining a meeting of the APPG on Somaliland and a round table discussion on the findings of an inquiry into the EU Settled Status scheme conducted by the APPG on Migration. On Thursday I’ll be contributing to a debate on dentistry, again highlighting the crisis in NHS provision, before heading back to Sheffield to speak to students at the University of Sheffield.

I’ll be talking to students again on Friday morning as I join a group at Sheffield College to hear their views and celebrate ‘Colleges Week’, before meeting with the leadership of the City Council and then over the weekend I’ll be joining volunteers to distribute leaflets for this year’s Big Conversation.


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