From Huw Merriman <[email protected]>
Subject Constituency - 15th May 2020
Date May 15, 2020 4:23 PM
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15 May 2020

Easing Lockdown

Thanks to the devotion and care of our frontline workers, and the sensible measures by local residents, the first steps in easing the lockdown are now being introduced. If we see the virus numbers reduce, we can relax more measures. If matters deteriorate, we will have to lock-down to stay safe. This means adding a little more risk but it is vital that we protect your wellbeing, general health and liberty in addition to protecting you from the Coronavirus. With common-sense, we can get through this and return to happier days.

Thanking Constituents and Key Workers

During the General Covid debate in Parliament this week, I thanked all my constituents who have done the most amazing job rallying around and looking after each other.

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PPE Question to the Transport Secretary

I asked the Secretary of State for Transport to clarify Government advice on using PPE on public transport as part of its exit strategy.

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Huw fights for Gatwick and British Airways Staff

This week I challenged British Airways to drop their redundancy and restructuring plans and commit to a future at Gatwick airport.

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Local MPs welcome more help for local businesses

Sally-Ann Hart, MP for Hastings and Rye, and I have welcomed the Government's Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme and new discretionary grants for business.

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Huw presses Health Secretary on Bexhill COVID-19 Testing Centre

This Wednesday, I asked the Health Secretary to intervene to quickly connect the Bexhill coronavirus testing centre to the national testing network to help local essential workers and residents.

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Praise for local DWP staff

In the Chamber I praised our local DWP staff and asked the Secretary of State, Thérèse Coffey, whether the increased discretion afforded to staff during this time of national emergency could be implemented in the future.

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Celebrating VE Day and supporting Gatwick

On VE Day I paid tribute to our veterans and talked about the challenges facing the current generation as a result of the global pandemic.

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The government hopes to begin the phased re-opening of schools for certain year groups from the 1st of June. It has issued detailed guidance for parents, carers, and schools which can be found by Clicking Here ([link removed])

Coronavirus and the Implications on Aviation

The Transport Select Committee has launched an inquiry on Coronavirus and the Implications on Aviation. The inquiry will be held in three sessions.

To watch the first session on Consumer Issues:
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To watch the second session joined by Willie Walsh:
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If you would like to arrange an appointment to speak to me at an advice surgery, please email: [email protected] or call 01424 736861

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