End-game for our Prime Minister but still no Brexit

The turmoil in Parliament allows me to explain how legislation is passed by Parliament (or not as the case may be). This week, the Prime Minister unveiled plans to introduce the EU Withdrawal Agreement in the form of legislation.

Huw meets with Liz Truss and leading charities to discuss UK Aid

Huw led a meeting with Chief Secretary to the Treasury Liz Truss and representatives from international charities and organisations including Save the Children, UNICEF, Oxfam, Coalition for Global Prosperity and the Overseas Development Institute to discuss the humanitarian and economic impact th

Leaving the EU Update  - 17th May 2019

It now seems clear that there will be no cross-party agreement with Labour on leaving the EU. The Government intends to put the Withdrawal Agreement back to Parliament in early June.

Show Racism The Red Card

Our Parliamentary Football team this week pitted our meagre sporting talents against a team of ex-professionals for a match at Stamford Bridge. The game was to highlight the campaign to show ‘Racism the Red Card’.

Transport Select Committee visit to HS2

With rail passenger numbers having doubled over the last 20 years, it is vital that we build for new capacity across the UK. With this in mind, the Transport Select Committee, of which I have been a member for the last 4 years, visited the site of the new HS2 development at London Euston.

Serious Violence Debate: My Speech on Knife Crime

This week, I once again spoke in the Chamber on the worrying topic of knife crime. Knife crime is a blight on our society and an issue close to my heart following my experience working in a youth centre in Brixton and Camberwell Green.