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Member of Parliament for Enfield Southgate Shadow Home Office Minister

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RT @UKLabour: RT @UKLabour: Today we wish the Sikh community a very happy and healthy new year. #Vaisakhi

RT @SouthgateLabour: HUGE CONGRATULATIONS from all of us at @SouthgateLabour to our hard-working MP @BambosMP on his promotion by @jeremycorbyn. Bambos is now PPS to the wonderful @RLong_Bailey Shadow Secretary of State for BEIS. #Labour #FortheMany

RT @SouthgateLabour: A really good morning listening to the concerns of residents in Bowes and Southgate Green with our MP @BambosMP and Councillors @Cllr_Claire @ChibahKatherine & @Ianbarnes2001

RT @jreynoldsMP: RT @jreynoldsMP: My speech for @labourtreasury last night closing the debate on the Finance Bill -……

RT @jreynoldsMP: RT @jreynoldsMP: Labour would halt RBS privatisation - shadow minister

RT @BBCNews: RT @BBCNews: Claudia Lawrence: Father of missing chef dies aged 74

Bambos Charalambous MP (UKMPs) hat getwittert :

Excellent meeting this evening with the Enfield branch or the National Autistic Society. We discussed the impact of coronavirus on people with autism and carers, face covering exemptions, awareness raising, exam assessments and mental health. Thank you ENAS for organising @Autism

Bambos Charalambous MP (UKMPs) hat getwittert :

The government continues to downplay the impact of their failure to secure ‘frictionless trade’ post-Brexit. Exporters have been hit hard by costly delays at the border. I asked the Environment Sec what the government is doing about it... 👇🏾

Bambos Charalambous MP (UKMPs) hat getwittert :

Read more about my meeting yesterday with local primary school head teachers and my letter to Gavin Williamson. ◽

Bambos Charalambous MP (UKMPs) hat getwittert :

Have just voted for the covid-19 lockdown restrictions which are needed to stop the rampant spread of coronavirus, to hep protect the NHS from being overrun and to allow the roll out of the vaccine. These are sadly necessary measures required to enable us to return to normal life