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On Tuesday in Westminster, MPs debated whether the government is moving fast enough to reduce the UK's carbon footprint.
This week, with Parliament back in session, Wera participated in the second reading of the Domestic Abuse Bill.
If you have concerns about walking/cycling infrastructure, lack of a pedestrian crossing to access Park and Ride buses, speeding traffic or anything else...
The UN says we have roughly 11 years to mitigate the worst effects of climate change. Meanwhile, real wages have stagnated and global trade wars threaten our economies. Solving these global crises requires elected leaders to provide the right policy and funding for climate action, as well as to empower businesses and constituents to make urgent changes.
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.
Today is #WorldSuicidePreventionDay. Today and every day, it’s so important for all of us to remember that it’s OK to say that we’re not OK. And it’s OK to ask for help.
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.