DULWICH HAMLET SUPPORTERS LAUNCH ‘DIY SOS’ FOR PLUMBERS, ELECTRICIANS, PAINTERS (AND HELP WITH MANUAL JOBS) AS THEY RETURN HOME TO CHAMPION HILL

Helen Hayes Retweeted DHST‏ @dhstorg Oct 31 Can you help prepare Champion Hill? On Sat 10 November the Football Club asking for assistance to help get the ground ready for our return. Details on how you can help can be found here https://bit.ly/2yKUAB9  #dhfc Volunteers Needed Many supporters have already contacted either ourselves or the Football Club offering … Continue reading DULWICH HAMLET SUPPORTERS LAUNCH ‘DIY SOS’ FOR PLUMBERS, ELECTRICIANS, PAINTERS (AND HELP WITH MANUAL JOBS) AS THEY RETURN HOME TO CHAMPION HILL

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MP SLAMS ASYLUM ACCOMMODATION “Many residents of Barry House have been through levels of trauma and hardship that is hard to comprehend”

MP Helen Hayes says Barry House, a hostel in her constituency for people seeking asylum or refugee status, is not fit for purpose. She told fellow MPs in a debate on asylum accommodation contracts that at Barry House: Conditions are cramped; There is no variation in or quality to the food; There are no meaningful … Continue reading MP SLAMS ASYLUM ACCOMMODATION “Many residents of Barry House have been through levels of trauma and hardship that is hard to comprehend”

ASYLUM ACCOMMODATION: MP QUIZZES MINISTER

Following the debate on asylum accommodation contracts Dulwich and West Norwood MP Helen Hayes asked whether provisions would be included in the new asylum accommodation contracts to ensure that service providers that fail to meet specified standards will be held to account. Caroline Nokes minister for immigration, responding, said: The Home Office has a rigorous contract … Continue reading ASYLUM ACCOMMODATION: MP QUIZZES MINISTER

QUESTIONS IN THE HOUSE: LOCAL AUTHORITY FUNDING / FOODBANK USE / ROUGH SLEEPERS/ SAINSBURY’S – ASDA MERGER /  UNIVERSAL CREDIT 

Helen Hayes Labour, Dulwich and West Norwood: To ask the Secretary of State for Housing, Communities and Local Government, with reference to the announcement on local authority funding, made by the Prime Minister on 3 October 2018, what plans his Department has to allocate additional funding to local authorities for the provision of social housing provision. … Continue reading QUESTIONS IN THE HOUSE: LOCAL AUTHORITY FUNDING / FOODBANK USE / ROUGH SLEEPERS/ SAINSBURY’S – ASDA MERGER /  UNIVERSAL CREDIT 

QUESTIONS IN THE HOUSE: YOUTH JUSTICE / COUNTY LINES

Helen Hayes (Labour, Dulwich and West Norwood): To ask the Secretary of State for Justice, if he will make an assessment of the effect on the public purse of transferring young offender cases from Camberwell Green magistrates court to Bromley magistrates court. Lucy Frazer, Parliamentary under-secretary of state for justice,responding: HM Courts & Tribunals Service officials … Continue reading QUESTIONS IN THE HOUSE: YOUTH JUSTICE / COUNTY LINES

WINDRUSH: “MANY OF MY CONSTITUENTS LIVING IN FEAR AND DEEP MISTRUST OF HOME OFFICE” MP TELLS COMMONS

The appalling treatment of the Windrush generation and their descendants extends far beyond those who have come forward to contact the Home Office team to date, MP Helen Hayes has told the House of Commons. "Many of my constituents are living in fear and deep mistrust of the Home Office—not least because of the continual … Continue reading WINDRUSH: “MANY OF MY CONSTITUENTS LIVING IN FEAR AND DEEP MISTRUST OF HOME OFFICE” MP TELLS COMMONS

IN PARLIAMENT: MP QUIZZES PRIME MINISTER OVER  ‘BLOCKING PLANS’ CLAIMS ON THREE-YEAR TENANCIES

Helen Hayes Labour, Dulwich and West Norwood It has been reported that the Treasury and No. 10 are blocking plans for legally binding three-year tenancies for private renters. This is of great concern to private renters in my constituency, including many families sending their children back to school this week who do not know where … Continue reading IN PARLIAMENT: MP QUIZZES PRIME MINISTER OVER  ‘BLOCKING PLANS’ CLAIMS ON THREE-YEAR TENANCIES

IN PARLIAMENT – WRITTEN QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS ON STEP-FREE ACCESS AT STATIONS IN DULWICH AND WEST NORWOOD / GRENFELL DISASTER

Helen Hayes Labour, Dulwich and West Norwood To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, with reference to his Department's Inclusive Transport strategy published on 25 July 2018, what plans he has to support the introduction of step-free access at all rail stations in the Dulwich and West Norwood constituency. Nusrat Ghani Parliamentary Under-Secretary (Department … Continue reading IN PARLIAMENT – WRITTEN QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS ON STEP-FREE ACCESS AT STATIONS IN DULWICH AND WEST NORWOOD / GRENFELL DISASTER

“TRANSFORMING CARE SYSTEM HAS FAILED TO LIVE UP TO ITS NAME”  MP TELLS HOUSE OF COMMONS  “Private hospitals too often remain holding pens for patients” – Helen Hayes

The transforming care system has failed to live up to its name, MP Helen Hayes has told the House of Commons. "The treatment of residents at Winterbourne View* was a national disgrace. "That any human being should be subjected to such terrifying physical and emotional abuse in their own home setting is utterly abhorrent, and … Continue reading “TRANSFORMING CARE SYSTEM HAS FAILED TO LIVE UP TO ITS NAME”  MP TELLS HOUSE OF COMMONS  “Private hospitals too often remain holding pens for patients” – Helen Hayes

TRANSFORMING CARE: “MATTHEW’S CASE SHOWS HOW LITTLE PROGRESS HAS BEEN MADE” – MP

The case of a constituent with autism illustrates exactly how little progress has been made in implementing the Department of Health’s original recommendations in response to Winterbourne View, Helen Hayes told the House of Commons. Those recommendations bring me to the case of my constituent Matthew Garnett. Matthew’s mother Isabelle is in the public gallery today, … Continue reading TRANSFORMING CARE: “MATTHEW’S CASE SHOWS HOW LITTLE PROGRESS HAS BEEN MADE” – MP