Jeff Smith

Standing up for Manchester Withington

In Parliament

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As a result of the General election on June 8, I will no longer be an MP after parliament dissolves on May 3.

Don't hesitate to contact me during the dissolution period on jeff@jeffsmith2017.co.uk, or follow me on Facebook or Twitter.

In May 2015, I became one of the 53 new Labour MPs elected at the 2015 election. In my maiden speech I outlined my priorities as being Human Rights, devolution, tackling climate change, and the housing crisis in the UK. 

I regularly speak in Parliament on a wide range of issues and you can find all my latest speeches here, including a video of me holding the Government to account on the upcoming changes in constituency boundaries.  I also asks a large number of questions to ministers in writing and these can be found here.

I am a Labour Party whip with specific responsibilities for the Department for Education and the Department for Culture, Media, and Sport. I am a member of the following All Party Parliamentary Groups: 

 

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