In the Media

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Neil: "Sadiq is a winner and is delivering a strong Labour agenda in London”

“He’s saved my constituents thousands on tube and bus fares and is delivering infrastructure projects that’ll benefit millions.

“Given he won the highest political vote of any elected politician in the UK ever, there is simply no reason to keep him off the rostrum unless those setting the agenda don’t wish to be associated with success.”

You can read the full article on The Guardian website here

Neil: It's crucial for Sadiq to speak at Labour Party Conference

Neil: "Sadiq is a winner and is delivering a strong Labour agenda in London” “He’s saved my constituents thousands on tube and bus fares and is delivering infrastructure projects that’ll...

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Neil: “I’m always happy to help local people and Mr Redmond clearly looked like he needed help”

“The Mutual should know better and should have helped sooner but I am very pleased Mr Redmond got his money back”

Read the full article on the Southwark News website here

OAP card robbery warning: Neil helps constituent

    Neil: “I’m always happy to help local people and Mr Redmond clearly looked like he needed help” “The Mutual should know better and should have helped sooner but...

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Neil: “I’m very concerned at the volume and persistent nature of complaints about inaccurate and in too many cases what appear to be dishonest assessments."

“We know PIP was designed under the coalition to cut help to half a million disabled people, but the assessment process itself appears badly broken already and repeating mistakes of the work capability assessment."

Read the full article on the Disability News Service website here

Neil to push for action on widespread claims of PIP assessment lies

Neil: “I’m very concerned at the volume and persistent nature of complaints about inaccurate and in too many cases what appear to be dishonest assessments." “We know PIP was designed...

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Neil:  “There was one firm who told one company they couldn’t pay until it was certified as a terror attack. And another company was told they wouldn’t get any money because it was a terror attack. Two different clients from that one insurance firm were being told different things.”

 

You can read the full article on the CityAM website here

 

Ministers were warned about terror cover gap

      Neil:  “There was one firm who told one company they couldn’t pay until it was certified as a terror attack. And another company was told they wouldn’t...

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Neil: “I will keep working for the employees and businesses affected and will press the government to do more. The people whose lives and livelihoods were so adversely effected by the attack simply cannot wait another two months for the assistance that they urgently need”.

Read the full article on the LabourList website here

Neil: Businesses have faced ‘dither and delay’ since London Bridge attacks

Neil: “I will keep working for the employees and businesses affected and will press the government to do more. The people whose lives and livelihoods were so adversely effected by...

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Neil: “Homelessness can affect anyone – yet it is often not seen as a problem for many groups and can easily be ignored. We know it is life shattering and creates further problems, from loss of confidence to physical and mental health breakdowns. Across Britain every year, tens of thousands of households approach local authorities for support with homelessness and the number of cases of all forms of it has risen dramatically in the last few years”.

Read the full article on the LabourList website here

Neil: There’s nothing inevitable about homelessness so let’s work together to tackle this scourge on society

  Neil: “Homelessness can affect anyone – yet it is often not seen as a problem for many groups and can easily be ignored. We know it is life shattering...

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Neil to host ‘Food Bank As It Is’ Play in Parliament

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You can read the full article on the Financial Times website here

Insurers urged to widen terror cover after London attacks

  You can read the full article on the Financial Times website here

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Neil: “Homelessness is a massive issue locally. London Bridge and the Elephant have many rough sleepers but from the Brandon Estate in Walworth, to the Tissington in Rotherhithe, it is a visibly growing problem.

“The Government is ignoring the crisis despite homelessness doubling since 2010. It is unacceptable to force charities and churches to pick up the pieces and I welcome this opportunity to be able to lead this group which will scrutinise the causes and effects of homelessness, and put forward recommendations on how we can end the problem.”

Read the full article on the Southwark News website here

Neil to co-chair APPG for Ending Homelessness

    Neil: “Homelessness is a massive issue locally. London Bridge and the Elephant have many rough sleepers but from the Brandon Estate in Walworth, to the Tissington in Rotherhithe,...

 

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Neil: “Generally it was a very positive reception; some of the individual thanks to the Commissioner [Cressida Dick] to pass on to the officers involved was really good to hear because they are still very grateful for how quickly officers responded and resolved and prevented any further attacks.

“It was great to see Malcolm Turnbull showing his respects for the Australians who died but also sending the message out to not only all the Australians here, but all the Australians who still want to come here that we are open for business and there are no security issues and no concerns”

Read the full article on the Southwark News website here

 

10th July: Prime Ministers pay visit to market one month after attack

      Neil: “Generally it was a very positive reception; some of the individual thanks to the Commissioner [Cressida Dick] to pass on to the officers involved was really...

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