To provide awareness of the impact of poverty, its causes and consequences, and to encourage the spread of good practice to alleviate and eliminate it.
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1. Fuel Poverty
08/07/2021 - Commons Chamber
1: constituents’ views on the important question of fuel poverty. The past year has been a challenge for everyone - Speech Link
2: illustrating the impact of covid and people in fuel poverty. Does that not underline the need to retain the - Speech Link
3: to that later.It is important to note that fuel poverty is devolved and that the Department for Business - Speech Link
2. Children Living in Poverty
15/07/2020 - Lords Chamber
1: evidence about the importance of work in tackling poverty, remains to build an economy that gives everyone - Speech Link
2: generation of children—far too many children—living in poverty. It affected them, their children and their grandchildren - Speech Link
3: really important point. It is not just about fiscal poverty; if youngsters do not get a good education or their - Speech Link
3. Child Food Poverty
24/05/2021 - Westminster Hall
1: Petitions Committee on 21 January, on Child Food Poverty, HC 1112. Written evidence: transcript of a conversation - Speech Link
2: to this incredibly important debate.Child food poverty has become an issue of huge public interest during - Speech Link
4. Fuel Poverty and Energy Price Caps
19/11/2020 - Westminster Hall
1: beg to move,That this House has considered fuel poverty and energy price caps.It is a pleasure to serve - Speech Link
5. Welfare System and Child Poverty: Wales
20/07/2021 - Westminster Hall
1: House has considered the welfare system and child poverty in Wales.Diolch yn fawr iawn, Mr Paisley. It is - Speech Link
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