Today I'm asking Chris Skidmore MP to oppose the government's plans to scrap the Supplementary Vote and introduce FPTP for Mayoral & PCC elections.
I wrote to my local councillors today to ask them to change the council's default search engine to Ecosia, which plants trees to help fight climate change.
Boris Johnson wants to lay the blame for empty supermarket shelves and staff shortages on an app designed to keep us all safe. The truth is simple: the NHS COVID-19 app is "pinging" a lot of people because the government has allowed the virus to let rip through our population again.
South Glos Greens welcome the new proposals by Homes England to build around 200 new homes on the former Kleeneze site at Anstey's Road in Hanham. However, the proposals definitely need to go further if these houses are to benefit the whole community.
Newly proposed boundary reviews threaten to tear Hanham away from the rest of our local communities. I have written to Chris Skidmore, MP for Kingswood, asking for his help with this issue.
The introduction of mandatory Voter ID is a solution to a problem which doesn't exist. It will disenfranchise millions of voters across this country.
I am deeply saddened by the news coming out of India about the latest wave of the COVID-19 crisis. One thing that could have prevented or reduced the damage caused by this current wave of the disease is access to the vaccine.
We need a proper, independent public inquiry. An inquiry which leaves no stone unturned and isn't afraid to ruffle a few feathers. The victims of this pandemic and their families deserve the truth.
This is an incredibly dangerous piece of legislation which puts the UK on par with a number of failed states and dictatorships worldwide. If this bill passes unamended, it will be a dark day for democracy in Britain.
Chris Skidmore: Make votes matter, support electoral reform for the United Kingdom.
Allowing agents of the state to commit crimes up to and including murder, rape and torture is a slippery slope. Regardless of the supposed safeguards and oversights built into the bill, the reality is the current text would allow the government of the day to excuse the worst criminal offences of their agents carried out against political opponents.
I wrote to you back on January 26th this year to ask you to support an end to badger culling in the UK. I did not receive a reply, presumably because the government was busy pretending it wouldn't continue culling in order to avoid criticism, but now it has become clear that the government will press forward with the killing of tens of thousands of badgers this Autumn.
As we chart a course through the stormy waters of the Coronavirus crisis we have an unprecedented opportunity to rebuild the economy to combat the other challenges we face: climate change and environmental destruction.
Will Chris Skidmore stand up to Boris Johnson on environmental standards? I wrote to him to find out (but don't hold your breath).
Will the government release the full text of any trade deal negotiated with the USA before signing it into force, so that the public can make an informed decision about whether or not we want the deal?
At a time of crisis for much of Britain's wildlife we should be leading the way in protecting what we already have.
The government's response to the mistakes made by Dominic Cummings over the last few days has been, frankly, abysmal.
If this crisis teaches us anything, it's that we need to look out for each other - not just in everyday life, but at the ballot box too.
Any increase in air travel is a setback in the fight against climate change, and completely incompatible with the UK's net-zero targets.
Grouse shooting serves no ecological or societal purpose, other than target practice for the trigger happy, and in fact does great damage to the British countryside.