Visit My Mosque - Brake Joins Other Local Residents to Learn More

Carshalton and Wallington MP Tom Brake took part in Visit My Mosque Day by visiting the Muslim Cultural Welfare Association of Sutton (MCWAS) at Wentworth Hall last Saturday. MCWAS provides daily prayers, schooling, wedding ceremonies, workshops, charity services and more for the Muslim community of Sutton.


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Brake Backs Sutton’s New LGBTQ+ Forum

Carshalton and Wallington MP Tom Brake attended the launch of the new Sutton LGBTQ+ Forum last week to give his support for the organisation as LGBT History Month drew to a close.


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Brake Launches Bus Survey

Local MP Tom Brake has launched a survey for residents in Carshalton & Wallington to share their thoughts on bus services in the borough.


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Prime Minister Expands the Brexit Road of Uncertainty

With only 30 days remaining before the expiry of Article 50, the Prime Minister announced yesterday to the House of Commons that a second meaningful vote on her deal will be held by the 12th of March, and voting on No Deal and extending Article 50 in the two following days. The PM’s new timeline prolongs the mess without providing a solution.


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Lib Dems Demand Job-Destroying Government Roll Out Brexit Support Fund

The Liberal Democrats are demanding that a £7.5 billion emergency fund is set aside to assist the estimated 750,000 people who will become jobless in the case of a No-Deal, the Government’s deal, and those who have lost their jobs already due to Brexit uncertainty.


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Level Playing Field for Energy Generation Technologies is a Must - Brake

Last week, Carshalton and Wallington MP Tom Brake joined cross-party MPs to question the Government on solar power and creating the conditions in which it can compete fairly with other energy generation technologies.


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Conservative No-Deal Plan Puts National Security At Risk

A leaked document has revealed that a No-Deal Brexit poses a major risk to public safety. 


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MPs Split and Sprint to Independent Group

Eight Labour and three Tory MPs have now broken away from their parties, to join a new Independent Group, out of frustration with the utter disarray in both the Labour and the Conservative parties over Brexit. 


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Brake Continues the Fight for St Helier as Brexit Hits Hospital Staff Numbers

Thanks in part to the Government’s embarrassing Brexit mess, there are now 300 nursing vacancies in Epsom and St Helier hospitals, limiting the quality of care available to local residents.


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Brake - Profit and Work Capability Assessments Don’t Mix

Last week, Carshalton and Wallington MP Tom Brake called out the Department of Work and Pensions for hiring private contractors, with poor reputations and little commitment to the public, to conduct work capability assessments for people seeking Employment and Support Allowance (ESA).


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