CHARLOTTE
IN PARLIAMENT


I have spent my entire career to date fighting for workers’ rights. With in-work poverty on the rise and zero-hours contracts becoming commonplace, as an MP I am campaigning against these exploitative workplace practices and fighting for better employment rights at every opportunity.

I have an active interest in the development of our country’s future industrial strategy with a particular emphasis on the creation of the good, green jobs.





CHARLOTTE
IN PARLIAMENT


I have spent my entire career to date fighting for workers’ rights. With in-work poverty on the rise and zero-hours contracts becoming commonplace, as an MP I am campaigning against these exploitative workplace practices and fighting for better employment rights at every opportunity.

I have an active interest in the development of our country’s future industrial strategy with a particular emphasis on the creation of the good, green jobs.



 

CHARLOTTE'S RECENT
PARLIAMENTARY NEWS


 
14th August 2020

Businesses will need extra support to weather a recession

Businesses will need extra support to weather a recession.
29th July 2020

Government responds to concerns raised by Charlotte on behalf of local beauty businesses

Government responds to concerns raised by Charlotte on behalf of local beauty businesses.
10th June 2020

Carers Week 2020

Charlotte pledges her support for unpaid carers during Carers Week 2020.
16th May 2020

Adapting to a ‘new normal’ way of life

6th May 2020

Furloughed workers on final salary pension scheme should not be penalised with pensions hit as a result of Coronavirus crisis

5th May 2020

The Government can and should do more to ensure no-one is furloughed on less than the National Minimum Wage


My Background


Before entering Parliament, I worked for the trade union GMB and was involved in campaigning for better treatment for Amazon workers, against the imposition of ‘Contract Six’ in ASDA and making the case to government for investment in low carbon nuclear technology which will help secure the future of quality jobs in places like Sellafield and Wood Nuclear in Birchwood.

Prior to this, I worked for the trade union Usdaw, where I was directly involved in negotiations on the pay and conditions of workers in Warrington at the Hermes, Yodel and XPO Logistics depots.


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My Background


Before entering Parliament, I worked for the trade union GMB and was involved in campaigning for better treatment for Amazon workers, against the imposition of ‘Contract Six’ in ASDA and making the case to government for investment in low carbon nuclear technology which will help secure the future of quality jobs in places like Sellafield and Wood Nuclear in Birchwood.

Prior to this, I worked for the trade union Usdaw, where I was directly involved in negotiations on the pay and conditions of workers in Warrington at the Hermes, Yodel and XPO Logistics depots.