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Wera has been outspoken in her criticism of the government’s treatment of EU citizens in this country.
Wera was in the House of Commons on Monday night September 9th, doing her part to stop democracy being undermined.
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Wera marched at the head of a massive group of Bath residents who are outraged by the Prime Minister’s attack on our Parliamentary democracy.
Wera made a powerful appearance on CNN on 4th September. She described the effective cross-party work being done to get legislation in place to prevent the UK from crashing out of the EU without a deal.
Of the top five issues raised by constituents with Wera’s office, Brexit is at the top of the list. A poll by 38 Degrees provides insights into residents’ concerns about the impact of a No-Deal Brexit.
On Monday the 19th of August Wera Hobhouse, MP for Bath, wrote to Sajid Javid concerning the 2019 Loan Charge Scheme.
Early on in 2019, I became the Spokesperson for Justice and was determined to learn more about rehabilitation and what leads people to commit crime.
On Tuesday the 30th of July Wera Hobhouse, MP for Bath, visited St Mungo’s staff and residents at supported housing service, Mulberry House.