I’m heading to Westminster tomorrow after a hospital appointment following recent eye surgery, and hope to be there in time for an event with Best for Britain, who provide the secretariat for the UK Trade and Business Commission which I co-convene. Today I’ll be working from home – replying to constituents’ correspondence, which continues to be dominated by concern over the appalling situation in Gaza – as Suella Braverman is finally sacked after a week promoting hate and division.

On Wednesday I’ll be in the Commons for the last day of the debate on the King’s Speech, attending a cross-party meeting on the Government’s Rwanda scheme as the Supreme court rules on its legality, joining a Lancet event on improving cancer care, and meeting the Housing Minister about the Renters (Reform) Bill along with student representatives – following my recent speechin the debate on the Bill. 

I’ll be joining a Universities UK briefing on supporting all students affected by the crisis in Gaza and then speaking at a Policy Exchange event on the funding of tertiary education, before returning to Sheffield, where on Friday I’ll be meeting with the leadership of the City Council, the Children’s Hospital Trust and Sheffield Teaching Hospitals Trust – as well as the University of Sheffield on their involvement in the Castlegate Development.

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