Shabana explains her decision to vote against airstrikes in Syria.
Shabana Mahmood MP has written to the Education Secretary Justine Greening MP on behalf of governors, teachers, parents and pupils in Birmingham Ladywood who are fearful for what the Tories’ education cuts proposals will mean for their schools.
The Tories are overseeing the first real terms cut in the schools budget for over two decades, the steepest our schools have faced since the 1970s.
In response to the European Court of Justice's ruling that workplace bans on the wearing of 'any political, philosophical or religious sign' such as headscarves need not constitute direct discrimination, Shabana said that the ruling 'sends an appaling message to faith communities in our country'.
You can watch her speech here.
During a House of Commons debate on the spring Budget, Shabana Mahmood MP criticised the Government for failing their central mandate of reducing the deficit and presiding over catastrophic wage growth.
You can see her speech here.
The Government has admitted that it will be limit the number of lone child asylum seekers who can apply for asylum into Britain through a scheme known as the 'Dubs scheme' to 350. The Dubs amendment was passed as part of the 2016 Immigration Act after an amendment by Lord Dubs was accepted by Parliament and written into law.
Shabana Mahmood MP has put her name to a letter from Rushanara Ali MP to the Foreign Secretary, the Rt. Hon Boris Johnson MP, calling on the UK Government to intensify its pressure on the Burmese government to allow full humanitarian access to the Rohingya, who have recently been displaced need urgent protection.
On Wednesday 1st February 2017, I voted in favour of the European Union (Notification Of Withdrawal) Bill Second Reading which when enacted as an act of Parliament will give the Prime Minister power to notify the European Council of the United Kingdom’s intention to start negotiations to leave the European Union under Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty.
Shabana Mahmood MP, in her role as a Member of Parliament's International Trade Committee, pressed the Trade Secretary Liam Fox MP to guarantee that the NHS was off limits for foreign companies in any future trade deals.
During a debate on Kashmir in the House of Commons on 19 January 2017, Shabana Mahmood criticised the UK Government for not making stronger representations to the Indian authorities regarding Kashmir and called on the UK Government to lead calls for a UN-led investigation into human rights abuses in the region. The full speech and link to the video are below.