Off-Road Bikes Campaign

Anti-social behaviour carried out on off-road bikes has blighted the lives of too many of my constituents. Sign the petition to help the Police stop it.
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Fighting for Sheffield’s future

I was born and raised here and I will fight for our community: fight for investment, for world-class education for our kids, for a fair economy that pays at least a living wage. People here deserve better & I will dedicate my political life to making Sheffield's voice heard after years of neglect.
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Questioning the Prime Minister

I stand up for my constituency at all levels - including holding the Prime Minister to account.
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My Community Fund

Apply for funding to help local community groups in Sheffield Heeley.
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Local Bus Changes Update

Heard about the changes to local buses? Louise's response is here.
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News
Posted by Robin Wilde · Nov. 20, 2017, 1:25 p.m.
I appeared on BBC Radio Sheffield this morning to discuss Cygnet Hospital's latest CQC report, which finds that serious and persistent problems remain in the hospital. The NHS must stop commissioning beds until the hospital is safe. Listen to the full interview here, from 52 minutes: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p05lt69r
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Posted by Robin Wilde · Nov. 20, 2017, 1:15 p.m.
I've been campaigning, as a member of the APPG on Taxis, alongside Sheffield City Council and the GMB trade union on cross-border hiring in the taxi trade. For those of you who've followed the campaign, I’ve received an update on the working group that's been established to look at the current licensing rules and recommend ways to fix them.
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Posted by Robin Wilde · Nov. 19, 2017, 1:53 p.m.
Last week I visited Lowedges School as part of UK Parliament Week, exploring how Parliament works and how they can get involved in changing their communities for the better.
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Posted by Robin Wilde · Nov. 10, 2017, 10 a.m.
This week I paid a visit to Meadowhead to join AFC Unity, Sheffield’s independent women’s football team who play in the Sheffield and Hallamshire Women’s County Football League.
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Posted by Robin Wilde · Nov. 6, 2017, 9:21 a.m.
This week is Living Wage Week, and the latest figures from the ONS show over a quarter of working people in our area earn less than the Living Wage Foundation’s recommended rate of £8.45 per hour. Many of them are young people, and starting life on a wage that isn’t enough to live independently isn’t fair for them and sends out the wrong kind of message about the society we want to see.
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Posted by Robin Wilde · Nov. 3, 2017, noon
Before I was elected I committed to publishing my expenses in full.  MPs’ expenses are designed to fund the varied work we do in order to serve our constituents - from office costs to staff salaries and helping to cover the costs of living in two separate places.
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Posted by Robin Wilde · Oct. 27, 2017, 8:39 p.m.
A huge thanks to staff and pupils at Meersbrook Bank Primary School for inviting me along to their school assembly. We spoke about why I decided to become an MP, the kind of work my job involves and why it’s important they take part in democracy from the start in things like school council elections.
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Posted by Robin Wilde · Oct. 26, 2017, 8:47 p.m.
As you’ll know the problems locally with illegal use of off-road motorbikes have been widespread, and part of the problem is the lack of provision locally and services for young people.  So I'm really keen to work with local people to increase provision and awareness for legal off-road riders.
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Posted by Robin Wilde · Oct. 23, 2017, 1:36 p.m.
Today I joined the Yorkshire Trades Union Council and other speakers for their public sector pay rally, held in the Peace Gardens. We were calling on the Government to scrap the pay cap which has held down pay for teachers, nurses, police officers and every other public sector worker for years.
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My Week In Parliament
Recently in Parliament
Posted by Edward Betts · July 19, 2017, 4:36 p.m.
Westminster Hall Debate on Community Policing This morning I spoke in a Westminster Hall debate on Community Policing. The situation looks grim and members from all over the country spoke of their serious concerns locally. But all we got is warm words from the Minister. He recognises the demand and strain on policing - the test of his commitment will come at this month's budget. Watch the video...
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