Jessica Morden

Labour MP for Newport East

News

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Many constituents have been in touch over the last few weeks to say how strongly they support the motion put to the House of Commons last night.  I did vote to support the recognition of a Palestinian State and the result of the vote was 274 to 12 in favour of the amended motion:

'That this House believes that the Government should recognise the state of Palestine alongside the state of Israel, as a contribution to securing a negotiated two state solution'.

I do hope this is a small step to securing a negotiated two-state solution.

MPs vote to recognise Palestinian State

Many constituents have been in touch over the last few weeks to say how strongly they support the motion put to the House of Commons last night.  I did vote to...

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It was good to be out with the Labour team in Ringland, talking to constituents about issues that matter to them and delivering the Labour News update on Saturday. 

If you want to share your views on a subject please email me on Jessica.morden.mp@parliament.uk or use my contact page as I would be pleased to hear from you.

If you are interested in joining the Labour Party you can find details here https://join.labour.org.uk/

Talking to constituents in Ringland

It was good to be out with the Labour team in Ringland, talking to constituents about issues that matter to them and delivering the Labour News update on Saturday.  If you want...

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Thanks to all at Vision Products for a great visit.  It was a pleasure to present Mike with a shield for being the outstanding learner of the year.  The Welsh Union Learning Fund, supported by Wales TUC, Community, GMB and others, encourages learning in the workplace.

Union led learning awards at Vision Products

Thanks to all at Vision Products for a great visit.  It was a pleasure to present Mike with a shield for being the outstanding learner of the year.  The Welsh...

Today (10th October) is International Day of the Girl. This is a day led by UN Women which tries to raise the profile of gender inequalities. This year the focus is on violence against adolescent girls, which we know is a major issue across the world, as well as in our own country.

International Day of the Girl

Today (10th October) is International Day of the Girl. This is a day led by UN Women which tries to raise the profile of gender inequalities. This year the focus is... Read more

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Thank you to everyone involved in organising the Information Day at Newport Centre.  It is always a pleasure to come and support the fantastic organisations that make the day so worthwhile.

0ver 50s Information Day

Thank you to everyone involved in organising the Information Day at Newport Centre.  It is always a pleasure to come and support the fantastic organisations that make the day so... Read more

In Britain today too many people are treading water, working harder and harder just to stay afloat, and worried that the next generation are finding it harder to get on than the last.

Summary of Ed Miliband's speech to Labour Party Conference

In Britain today too many people are treading water, working harder and harder just to stay afloat, and worried that the next generation are finding it harder to get on... Read more

Ed Miliband has announced Labour’s plan to raise the NMW to £8 an hour by 2020.

Labour's pledge on the Minimum Wage

Ed Miliband has announced Labour’s plan to raise the NMW to £8 an hour by 2020. Read more

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Long term youth unemployment has soared under the Tories, costing tax payers over £300 million a year.

Make Work Pay

Long term youth unemployment has soared under the Tories, costing tax payers over £300 million a year. Read more

It is nearly 18 months since the Coalition Government brought in the bedroom tax.

Your MP Writes column in South Wales Argus

It is nearly 18 months since the Coalition Government brought in the bedroom tax. Read more

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Newport commemorates the centenary of World War 1 this morning at the Newport City Council Civic Centre. A moving service to honour those who gave so much.

 

World War 1 Commemoration

Newport commemorates the centenary of World War 1 this morning at the Newport City Council Civic Centre. A moving service to honour those who gave so much.  

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