25th October 2020
It’s been six months since my last blog and a lot has happened, so I thought I’d better get on with updating you on what I’ve been up to!
12th October 2020
Thank you for the Big Conversation survey on the impact of lockdown. As an NHS Responder volunteer, most of my…
23rd July 2020
Local pubs, restaurants and other independent businesses are the lifeblood of our communities. They pay their taxes and your money stays in the local economy.
13th July 2020
Sheffield City Council has been failing to uphold the principle of open government since lockdown was introduced in March.
11th June 2020
I agree with Lib Dem Cllr Chris Carter that urgent climate emergency action is needed. But not his suggestion of “relaxing safety requirements for nuclear power stations and building new ones as quickly as possible”.
10th June 2020
The UK was ranked second in the Global Health Security Index ranking global pandemic preparedness in October 2019.
22nd May 2020
There’s been a surge in walking and cycling in the pandemic. Government has promised extra billions. It’s what Greens have campaigned for, for many years. So how is it looking in Sheffield?
20th May 2020
Sheffield Green councillors are supporting teachers’ unions, the BMA and comments by Sheffield’s DPH, in saying that schools are not ready to take in more children on June 1st
7th May 2020
It is disappointing that the Star article on the areas with the highest Coronavirus death rate in the city referred to the “large Roma population, some of whom have been seen flouting the strict lockdown rules”
3rd May 2020
The tragic report of the deaths of eighteen elderly residents from a single care home provider in Sheffield, is one of the worst aspects of the coronavirus epidemic.