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 · Sept. 25, 2017, 9:10 a.m.
I’ve long been clear about the problems of Universal Credit and so I’m joining forces with lots of colleagues to call once again for David Gauke and the DWP to delay their full rollout. Despite only having been rolled out in a few places, the DWP admit only 40% of people can assess the Verify portal and 23% don’t receive their payment within 6 weeks.  Payment delays are often 12-13 weeks, causing enormous hardship and anxiety to claimants facing huge delays in payment.
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Posted by Robin Wilde · Sept. 22, 2017, 4:47 p.m.
I had a great visit this week to the Intake Wives’ Group. The group’s been meeting for 56 years, and arranges trips and meals for local women as well as inviting speakers on all sorts of topics.
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Posted by Robin Wilde · Sept. 22, 2017, 11:11 a.m.
Thanks to staff and students at Meadowhead School for inviting me to come and take part in their Q&A this week. It’s the third time I’ve done one of these events and the questions were typically good – we had the chance to discuss our thoughts on the voting age, the impact of Brexit, and the impact of tuition fees on those going to university.
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Posted by Robin Wilde · Sept. 15, 2017, 3:14 p.m.
Last night I paid a visit to the 6th Sheffield Guides, who invited me to their meeting to discuss the Go For It challenges they've been doing, including talking to women in top jobs. In particular they wanted to know about my life as an MP, and whether I'd ever experienced discrimination as an MP for being a woman.
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Posted by Robin Wilde · Sept. 13, 2017, 2:44 p.m.
Today at Prime Minister's Questions I asked the Prime Minister to change the law on pursuits and tackle moped crime. She tells me tackling crime isn't an issue of resources. For a former Home Secretary she doesn't have a clue what she's talking about when it comes to the police - but she didn't deny that an unfunded pay settlement will result in a further loss of frontline officers. Watch the video here.
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Posted by Robin Wilde · Sept. 13, 2017, 2:23 p.m.
The Government has just announced a lifting of the pay cap on Police officers after seven years of brutal cuts. Unfortunately the proposed pay rise of 2% is still well below inflation, running at nearly 3%. While we’ve determined the average officer has lost almost £6,000 since 2010, the Government is proposing yet further pay cuts for our vital public services. The change doesn't apply for all public sector workers - and teachers and nurses need a pay rise too.
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Posted by Robin Wilde · Sept. 12, 2017, 12:10 p.m.
During my time as an MP I’ve enjoyed working with Double Six Youth Club to help provide services for young people as they have done for over 50 years. I’ve helped support previous funding bids of theirs in the past, and now they could use your help again.
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Posted by Robin Wilde · Sept. 6, 2017, 11:30 a.m.
Yesterday I spoke in the urgent question, brought by Labour, about the awful situation affecting Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar. Sadly the Minister was dreadful, failed to condemn the genocide and failed to call on Aung San Suu Kyi to take action. You can watch my question here.
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Posted by Robin Wilde · Aug. 30, 2017, 4:37 p.m.
This month Parliament has been in recess so I've had been hard at work helping constituents in Sheffield. Parliament starts sitting again this week, and I'm looking forward to continuing the work I've done over summer holding the Government to account over the state of our police. Plus, there'll be lots of time spent dealing with Brexit and the Government's Great Repeal Bill. To get my newsletter send to your inbox each month, sign up here.
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My Week In Parliament
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Posted by Edward Betts · July 19, 2017, 4:36 p.m.
First Shadow Police Minister Question In my first question as Shadow Police Minister I pushed the Government on pay cuts for our bravest and best. The Minister's answer on Government plans was as clear as mud - you can see the question here.
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