Thames Valley Labour MPs call for adequate resources for local Police, after warnings from the local “thin blue line”

Thames Valley’s Labour MPs today called for government to properly resource Thames Valley Police, after cuts of £100 million have been made to its budget under Conservative ministers. This is part of a national trend, with the number of police officers plummeting by 21,000 since 2010.    Continue reading

Anneliese calls for action as number of Oxford residents renting goes 'through the roof'

Anneliese Dodds, Labour MP for Oxford East, today called for more serious action to be taken by government to help combat Oxford's housing crisis. Continue reading

Oxford East MP calls on government to "unblock its ears" on customs concerns, after BMW comments

Anneliese Dodds, Labour MP for Oxford East, wrote today to senior government ministers urging action, after BMW's head of customs expressed concerns that blockages to their supply chain would lead to severe disruption to UK production.    Continue reading

Anneliese to hold special advice surgery to support members of the ‘Windrush’ generation

Anneliese Dodds is holding a special ‘Windrush’ surgery on Friday 22 June between 1:30pm and 2:30pm at the New Testament Church of God, Between Towns Road, Oxford. Continue reading

Anneliese Dodds MP's Annual Report showcases impressive results for constituents from Windrush to Helen and Douglas House

Anneliese Dodds today released her 2017-18 Annual Report to mark the end of her first year in office. Continue reading

Recent developments with the EU Withdrawal Bill have made a mockery of Parliament

Over the last two afternoons and evenings (12 and 13 June), MPs have been voting on the EU Withdrawal Bill.  Continue reading

Anneliese brings shadow Health Secretary to meet Oxford innovators

  Anneliese brought Jonathan Ashworth MP, Labour's Shadow Health Secretary, to Oxford this week. Anneliese and Jonathan met with a number of scientists, engineers and entrepreneurs who have been supported by Oxford Innovation to develop their health care technologies.  Continue reading

Anneliese cycles 25 miles in aid of Helen & Douglas House

On Sunday 20 May, Anneliese completed the 25-mile Bike Oxford route in aid of Helen & Douglas House. Helen and Douglas House offers hospice care for children and young people in Oxford, which costs £5 million a year to run. Up to 85% of the charity's funding comes from voluntary donations. Continue reading

"Oxford is now the least affordable place in Britain to buy a home" - Anneliese Dodds MP highlights Oxford's unaffordable housing market

Oxford is now the least affordable place in Britain to buy a home, with the average home costing 16 times average salaries. Rents have rocketed, and we now have up to 60 people rough sleeping on our streets of a night. That has happened despite huge local efforts to improve the situation. Continue reading

Anneliese welcomes Liberian parliamentarians to her constituency office

Anneliese Dodds met with a delegation of Liberian parliamentarians yesterday at her constituency office in East Oxford. Anneliese enjoyed sharing her experiences of being a constituency MP in the UK, and discussing the common challenges faced by parliamentarians in both countries. Continue reading

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