This week I was invited onto BBC Politics East’s post general election panel, discussing the outcomes of the result and what it means for the Eastern region.

I was asked by the host Amelia Reynolds what changes I thought the Labour government would bring, and how this would impact people across the country.

I told Amelia and the rest of the panel that creating the change we want will be difficult. Amidst the climate, cost of living and international crises, it is clear that people are worried about the future.

Labour’s plan to fight the climate crisis through a green transition, put more teachers in schools and cut NHS waiting lists are key priorities I will push for.

Watch the full programme here.

Watch part of my interview below.

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