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Welcome to my website. You can use this site to find out how to contact me, or to find out about me and Bristol East. 

It also includes regular updates on issues and campaigns in which I am involved and, in the news section, what I have been doing in Bristol and in Westminster. You can also use this site to access my blog.
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Latest news

24 October 2016
Kerry has been chosen to be one of the UK parliament’s representatives on the Council of Europe - the continent's leading human rights organisation.
An update from Highways England about plans to install noise-reduction measures on the M32 around Eastville and Stapleton.
St George in Bloom has triumphed again at the RHS Britain in Bloom awards!
Details of Somerset and Avon Rape and Sexual Abuse Support's (SARSAS) recent campaign, One in Five.
A response from Bristol City Council to Kerry about its automated telephone system.

Latest tweets

@DavidRMock also spoke to @MarvinJRees tonight about Hockey's Lane, so hope I have some news for you soon
@FiDaisyG @jelliburns @Stokelaneaction @MarvinJRees no easy solutions, but has instructed officers; I will post update as & when I hear more
@FiDaisyG @jelliburns @Stokelaneaction long phone call with @MarvinJRees about this tonight, getting his thoughts after Friday meeting.
@FiDaisyG @jelliburns @Stokelaneaction also discussed with Marvin this week as I do every time I see him; good that he met people on Friday
@amandavin you are welcome to quote anything from my Facebook/ website on your page

The week ahead

This week’s Parliamentary business includes Second Readings of the Health Services Medical Supplies (Costs) Bill and the Criminal Finances Bill, as well as Labour Opposition Day debates on Concentrix and Yemen. Kerry will be in Bristol for constituency appointments on Thursday but will then be returning to Westminster for Friday’s debate on the Homelessness Reduction Bill, which many constituents have urged her to attend. She will then be back in Bristol for Saturday’s Big Beach Clean in the Avon Gorge, organised by Surfers Against Sewage, and then the Bristol ReUse Festival in Easton.

Also this week, Kerry will be taking part in another session of the Environmental Audit Committee’s inquiry into the impact of Brexit on the Natural Environment, as well as meetings with the RSPB on grouse shooting and her work as a species champion for swifts; meeting PEW Trusts to discuss marine conservation; attending the launch of the Animal Replacement Centre of Excellence at Queen Mary University; a discussion on Brexit with former EU Trade Commissioner Lord Mandelson; and catch-ups with the Vegan Society and the Cystic Fibrosis Trust.
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