In the Media

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Neil in Southwark Business Today: "I am still working to secure insurance and compensation for the businesses and traders affected by the horrific London Bridge and Borough Market terror attack in June. After pressure, some insurers are now paying out but the delays are damaging and some providers are withholding vital help"

Brexit debacle continues

  Neil in Southwark Business Today: "I am still working to secure insurance and compensation for the businesses and traders affected by the horrific London Bridge and Borough Market terror...

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Neil: "The government has been forced to admit that the coalition and Tory governments have consistently overestimated international student overstaying figures. For six years as home secretary, Theresa May claimed almost 100,000 international students stayed longer than visas permitted. The actual figure was under 5,000. This level of incompetence should shock."

Read the full article on the LabourList website here

Neil: The Home Office isn’t fit for purpose now – nevermind after Brexit

  Neil: "The government has been forced to admit that the coalition and Tory governments have consistently overestimated international student overstaying figures. For six years as home secretary, Theresa May...

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Neil: "I want out economy to be the best in the world... The simple truth is in the construction sector, leisure sector, farming and food sector, there are now massive vacancies".

"I am proud that people want to come to our country to live, study and to contribute. I am proud of the contribution they have made to my constituency and our country"

Watch: On BBC Newsnight, Neil exposes the 'utter falsehood' of Home Offce migration numbers

  Neil: "I want out economy to be the best in the world... The simple truth is in the construction sector, leisure sector, farming and food sector, there are now...

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Neil: "We know there's been problems, to put it mildly, but the department had reassured us it would learn the lessons from the work capability assessment and it wouldn't repeat the same mistakes, wouldn't allow the same issues to affect it, the processes would be better, and it has failed on every measure"

"What's perhaps even more worrying about this is the Department for Work and Pensions refuses to accept there is any inaccuracy, and yet we see people in the most awful situations again and again"

You can read the full article on the Care Appointments website here

Neil calls for an urgent review of the diasbility benefit assessment process

  Neil: "We know there's been problems, to put it mildly, but the department had reassured us it would learn the lessons from the work capability assessment and it wouldn't...

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Neil's View from Westminster: Trump, Brexit and the Barcelona Terror Attacks

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Neil: “Those who want to cause problems have learnt the limitations of police capacity and powers and that has to change because their safety has been put above the needs of the police and the public”

"They are getting away with it and the police know it, the public knows it and the government knows it"

 

 

Neil: More police powers for moped crime

  Neil: “Those who want to cause problems have learnt the limitations of police capacity and powers and that has to change because their safety has been put above the...

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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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