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21 Jan 2015
On 21/01/2015 Diane Abbott MP spoke in the chamber, arguing that members of the British public who wish to save the NHS must vote Labour to ensure its safety.
20 Jan 2015
On 14/01/2015 Diane Abbott MP spoke in the chamber condemning the appalling acts of violence perpetrated in Paris but urged the Home Secretary to take action to reach out to the marginalised communities from which the attackers came.
20 Jan 2015
On 20/01/2015 Diane Abbott MP spoke in the chamber questioning the cost of the renewal of the UK's nuclear weapons arguing that it makes us neither safe nor genuinely independent.
12 Jan 2015
On 12/01/2015 Diane Abbott MP spoke in the chamber regarding Nigeria and Boko Haram.
07 Jan 2015
On 7/01/2015 Diane Abbott MP spoke in the chamber regarding problems of overcrowding and poor management of A&E services.
05 Jan 2015
On 05/01/2015 Diane Abbott MP spoke in the chamber regarding the UK's response to the Ebola outbreak in West Africa and sought assurances over the Government's continued commitment to lending its support to tackling the issue.
05 Jan 2015
On 05/01/2015 Diane Abbott MP spoke in the chamber to decry Network Rail's delays at Kings Cross Railway Station.
05 Dec 2014
On the 5/12/2014 Diane Abbott MP secured an adjournment debate in the main chamber of the House of Commons to discuss the pressing issue of London's sustainable economic growth.
25 Nov 2014
As one of London’s longest serving MPs who has campaigned against racism and discrimination in all its forms her entire adult life, Diane Abbott MP gave a major speech about racism, Antisemitism, and Islamophobia at the School of Oriental and African Studies on 25th November 2014.
20 Nov 2014
On 20/11/2014 Diane Abbott MP spoke in the chamber to argue the case for greater devolved power to the UK's major cities and highlighted the example of London.
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