As soon as I get to Westminster I’ve an online meeting with constituents back in Sheffield to discuss how rising energy costs can be tackled by an acceleration of renewable energy production as part of the Warm this Winter campaign that I’ve backed. Later I’ll be attending a debate on the consequences of Brexit which has been called arising from a public petition, supported by 474 of my constituents.
On Tuesday I’ve another session of the Health and Care Select Committee inquiry on NHS dentistry before attending an event on student mental health. On Wednesday I’m catching up with colleagues on the Gambling Related Harm APPG ahead of the anticipated government announcement on gambling reform.
I’ll also be joining meetings on King Edward VII School, the current situation in Somaliland, and proportional representation with Make Votes Matter – as well as speaking at a Westminster Hall debate on the Office for Students.
Thursday starts with the next meeting of the UK Trade and Business Commission which is focussing on skills and inward investment this week (read more here) and I’ll also be catching up with the Union of Jewish Students in my role as Chair of the APPG for Students before heading back to Sheffield.
On Friday I’m catching up with the Chief Constable and the Police and Crime Commissioner, as well as the local NHS Integrated Care Board and Citizens Advice Sheffield – and over the weekend I’ll be knocking on doors and meeting constituents ahead of next week’s Council elections.