In this video, myself and other The Labour Party MPs from the Eastern region say a massive thank you to the thousands of local activists who helped out over the General Election period. Together, we not only held our existing seats with sizeable majorities: we took seats off the Tories too.
Today, I spoke in parliament about the need for the public sector pay cap to be lifted. Norwich has three NHS trusts, two local authorities and a teaching hospital. Thousands of public sector workers contribute to our economy but, at present, are struggling to make ends meet. Invest in these people, lift the public sector pay cap and you invest in Norwich’s economy. It’s a win-win situation for everyone.
As you can see in this clip from Mustard TV, on Monday afternoon I visited one of the five Norwich tower blocks which have failed fire safety tests. I want to make absolutely sure everything is being done to protect residents after the failed tests and will continue to take action as your local MP on this issue.
I'm pleased everyone involved has acted quickly to review fire risk across the city since the tragedy at Grenfell Tower in London.
To date, in Norwich, six accommodation blocks have been found which have external cladding that has failed fire safety tests.
In light of the awful Finsbury Park Mosque terror attack earlier this week, I wrote to local Mosques to let the Norwich Muslim community know my thoughts are with them - and that I intend to do all I can to make sure our city continues to be an inclusive and tolerant one. Here is my letter in full.
In their paper thin Queen’s Speech, the government claims it will protect the science, research and technology sectors which are so crucial to the economic future of our city. I’ve spoken many times to people in these sectors in Norwich and they tell me that above all else it’s Brexit and the form it takes which will have the biggest impact on their prospects. Watch this video to find out why.
Over the weekend, #GreatGetTogether events were held up and down the country to bring communities together to celebrate the life of Jo Cox.
I was delighted to see events taking place all across Norwich, and was able to join the picnic Bignold Primary School hosted for the occasion. At the school, a total of 47 different languages are spoken: a wonderful example of how "we have more in common than which divides us"!
I was delighted to recently attend the launch of Norwich Schools of Sanctuary at Avenue Junior School, where I was able to watch performances from Avenue and Wensum Junior Schools and many inspirational speeches.Read more
The movement’s founder, academic, author and former Greek finance minister Yanis Varoufakis, joined me on the campaign trail in Norwich recently. Watch this video to hear from us the importance of a vote for me and a vote for Labour in tomorrow’s election in order to keep the Tories out of Norwich South.
The other day, I dropped by #LearningDisabilityVote2017 - a fantastic event that gives those with a learning disability the chance to engage in #GE2017 and have the election made more accessible to them - and had the opportunity to learn some sign language.
"Hello, my name is Clive Lewis and I am a Labour politician. Thank you."
It's a start!