Author: Susie Burpee

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Liz visits Parks Primary

  There could not be a clearer symbol of Tory failure than children being sent home from school because of crumbling concrete. Yet this sadly does not come as a surprise. Over 180 times the Tories ignored Labour warnings over the state of our school buildings and one of their […]

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Liz holds community meeting at St Patrick’s Church

On Thursday 7th September I held a community meeting at St Patrick’s Church for residents in the Parker Drive area. Huge thanks to Leicester police for coming along. Lots of issues were raised including anti social behaviour, traffic problems, NHS staff shortages/GP access and more. I will be writing back […]

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Liz meets with Beaumont Leys businesses

Hearing from local organisations is really important to me. That’s why on Friday I was pleased to pop down to visit local businesses in Beaumont Leys. I spent the afternoon hearing directly from organisations on Astill Lodge Road and Home Farm about how they are getting on and the challenges […]

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Liz on Peston’s panel

On Wednesday, I was invited to be a guest on the panel for this week’s ‘Peston’. Also on the panel was Conservative Jake Berry MP with interviews given by Sir Tony Blair, Jeremy Corbyn, and Education Secretary Gillian Keegan. If you missed it, you can watch the programme back here […]

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Liz is interviewed by the House Magazine

I was delighted to give an interview to the House Magazine this week – talking to my parents about death, reclaiming politics as a force for good … and Bjorn Borg! You can read the interview in full here: https://www.politicshome.com/thehouse/article/liz-kendall-interview-labour-1997-care-nhs

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Liz visits Beaumont Lodge

A fantastic morning at Beaumont Lodge Holiday Activities and Food programme! Making smoothies followed by egg & spoon and wheelbarrow race! Great for kids, big help for parents too. Well done all!  

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Liz on Channel 4 News

Delayed discharges are a tragedy for patients and their families and they aren’t good for taxpayers either. New research from the Labour Party shows thousands of people died in hospital last year because they couldn’t get the care they need at home. Meanwhile, delayed discharges cost the taxpayer £1.65 billion […]