I’m heading down to Westminster this morning where I’ll be attending a Parliamentary reception on Sudden Unexplained Death in Childhood which has been organised to promote SUDC awareness day. I’ll then speaking in a Westminster Hall debate on a e-petition about LGBT content in relationships education which has been signed by lots of constituents.

This evening I’ll be voting to support amendments from the House of Lords to the Rwanda Bill – which I’ve consistently opposed with Labour colleagues – which make it harder for the Government to declare Rwanda ‘safe’ in defiance of evidence, protects victims of modern slavery, restores the jurisdiction of domestic courts, and requires compliance with international law.

On Tuesday the Health and Social Care Select Committee meets again to follow up on our inquiry into NHS Dentistry by questioning experts and the Minister responsible, Andrea Leadsom. Then I’ll be in the Commons Chamber for Treasury Questions, as my question to the Chancellor on the cost-of-living crisis has been selected.

I’ll then be joining students from Sheffield Park Academy at the All-Party Parliamentary Engineering Group’s event on Biomedical Engineering before heading to the APPG for International Students AGM of which I’m the Chair. I’ll also be meeting online with leaseholders from Mandale House, on the problems they’re continuing to face on building safety issues.

Unusually I’ll be heading back in Sheffield on Tuesday evening to attend a friend’s funeral on Wednesday.  I’ve online meetings over the rest of the week, including ones with the Jewish Leadership Council and with Universities UK and at the weekend I’ll be campaigning in Penistone and Stocksbridge with Marie Tidball.

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