Theo Clarke MP has been busy in Stafford recently helping residents with their concerns around coronavirus. This is an update about what Theo Clarke MP has recently been up to.
She has delivered food parcels to vulnerable residents in Stafford.
Ms Clarke raised with Staffordshire County Council reopening public carparks.
She successfully lobbied the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs to launch a hardship fund for dairy farmers.
Ms Clarke gave a speech in the Second Reading of the Trade Bill in Parliament.
She asked the Secretary of State to get the housing market moving again.
Ms Clarke held a conference call with members of the Stafford Chamber of Commerce.
She has spoken to the Children's Minister regarding free school meals.
Ms Clarke Met with HS2 to raise individual constituent cases regarding compensation.
She has also spoken with local care homes to ensure they have the PPE they need.
Ms Clarke lobbied Department for Health for constituents with diabetes to be shielded.
She chaired her first virtual committee meeting for Independent Commission on Aid Impact.
Ms Clarke spoke to the Local Resilience Forum regarding coronavirus testing sites in Staffordshire.
She has supported Mental Health Awareness Week and launched advice leaflet.
Ms Clarke lobbied the Transport Minister to oppose the West Midlands Interchange and raised concerns of residents.
She also held a virtual surgery for local residents in Stafford.