Parliament returns today after a week’s recess, with a need for the international community to do everything possible to avoid any further escalation of conflict in the Middle East. After a statement on the situation, we’ll be debating the latest amendments from the House of Lords to the Rwanda Bill – legislation which I’ve consistently opposed with Labour colleagues.

On Tuesday, the Health and Social Care Select Committee is meeting for our first evidence session as part of our inquiry on NHS leadership, performance and patient safety. I’ll then be joining Cancer52 at their Parliamentary reception for the launch of their pre-election manifesto for rare and less common cancers.

On Wednesday I’ll be attending The Big Plastic Count Parliamentary reception to showcase the results of this year’s plastic count, which I joined, to highlight the need for action to tackle the plastic waste crisis.

I’ll be back in Sheffield on Thursday where I’ll be meeting with the University of Sheffield to discuss student voter registration. I’ll then be joining Chris Wilder at the Sheffield United Academy to discuss the campaign on supporting former footballers with neurodegenerative diseases. After that I’m heading down to Dovercourt Surgery to discuss the many issues facing general practice.

On Friday I’ve meetings with the City Council leadership and the Vice Chancellor of Sheffield Hallam University and then, in the evening I’ll be speaking with student representatives from both our universities. Over the weekend I’ll be out knocking on doors and meeting constituents.

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