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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. 

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Latest news

20 January 2017
Kerry calls on the Environment Minister to reassure consumers that chlorine-washed chicken and hormone-raised beef will not find their way onto our shelves.
If you are aged 11-18 and live or go to school in Bristol, then you can vote for your representatives on the Youth Council, Youth Parliament, and for two Youth Mayors.
We have launched a campaign page to let you know the work that we’re doing in Parliament on marine plastic pollution and to share with you the action that is being taken to address this nationally, locally and internationally.
After the Prime Minister's speech yesterday, Kerry has questioned the Secretary of State for Exiting the EU in the House of Commons.
Kerry quizzed Kingswood MP and Constitution Minister Chris Skidmore on the domestic implementation of the UN's development goals - including on poverty, hunger, health and well-being, and sustainability.

Latest tweets

@Dorianlynskey yes, that was exactly it. And feeds into agenda here about \"metropolitan\" views alienating traditional base.
@Dorianlynskey I did TV with local Tory MP today, who blamed Obama.
@ffinlocostain @IPCCNews @guardian this is @ThangamMP seat but I am pleased it has been referred immediately.
I thought we were meant to pretend it was going out live! https://t.co/wqZucfEeEp
@steve4319 @ThangamMP at least Thangam has still got Rob. That's some consolation for her.

The week ahead

This week in parliament MPs will be debating the National Citizenship Bill, as well as general debates on Holocaust Memorial Day, Kashmir, and the impact of leaving the EU on security, law enforcement and crime. On Tuesday the SNP has an Opposition Day, with debates on the impact of leaving the EU on the rural economy, and on DWP policies for low income households. Oral questions for the week include Communities and Local Government, Treasury, EFRA and of course PMQs.

Kerry will be taking part in two select committee hearings. On Tuesday the Environmental Audit Committee continues its inquiry into the Sustainable Development Goals, with Minister for the Cabinet Office (and MP for Kingswood), Chris Skidmore giving evidence. On Wednesday the EFRA Committee’s will be questioning the main supermarkets about their role in tackling food waste, and on Thursday the Committee will be visiting Food Cycle in Hackney.

Kerry will also be answering questions from UWE journalism students who are visiting Parliament as part of their course, and meeting with the Minister for Europe, ahead of next week’s Parliamentary Assembly in Strasbourg. Jeremy Corbyn will be addressing the Parliamentary Labour Party’s weekly meeting on Monday, and on Thursday Kerry is a guest speaker at North Dorset Labour Party.

In Bristol on Friday, as well as her regular constituency surgery, Kerry will be recording this week’s Sunday Politics panel at the BBC, and attending a screening of a new documentary, A Plastic Ocean, at Bristol Aquarium.

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