The Budget is obviously the focus for this week in Parliament, with the Chancellor hinting about tax cuts over the weekend while ignoring the state of the NHS and public services. I’ll be in the Chamber on Wednesday for his statement but the Health and Social Care Select Committee dominates my week – starting this afternoon with an evidence session as part of our inquiry on lessons learnt from Covid.

Also this afternoon, I’ll be meeting with postgraduate researchers from Sheffield exhibiting their work in Parliament as part of STEM for Britain. I’ll then be dropping into an event marking Eating Disorders Awareness Week before joining the APPG on Gambling Related Harm, an issue on which I spoke in a Westminster Hall Debate last week.

On Tuesday the Health Committee will be meeting twice, first as part of our inquiry on men’s health then later that afternoon our inquiry on pharmacy continues.  I’ll then be meeting with Nuffield Council on Bioethics to discuss their project exploring people’s views on assisted dying. Then I’ll be serving on a Delegated Legislation Committee on The draft General Aviation (Persons on Board, Flight Information and Civil Penalties) Regulations.

After the Budget statement on Wednesday, I’ll be hosting a Parliamentary reception with Gambling with Lives, a support and campaign group which was founded by two constituents who tragically lost their son to gambling addiction it. I’ll then be joining the APPG for Renters and Rental Reform following Government plans last week to water down the Renter’s Reform Bill.

I’m back in Sheffield on Thursday and Friday where I’ve meetings with the Mayoral Combined Authority and the Police and Crime Commissioner. Then at the weekend I’ll be out knocking on doors with Marie Tidball, Labour’s Parliamentary candidate in Penistone and Stocksbridge.

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