Temporary parking measures during Coronavirus outbreak

 Barnet Council have released some temporary parking measures in operation in Barnet during the Coronavirus outbreak, details of which you can see below. Further details can be found on the Barnet Council website here.

Where you can park with or without a permit

Consituency office in Finchley now closed

Due to the current public health situation, my constituency office in Finchley is now closed. My staff will be working remotely to support residents.

Parliament continues to sit normally and is working on the legislation required to deal with the situation. Please contact me on:

Competition law relaxed to help supermarkets

The Government will temporarily relax elements of competition law as part of measures to allow supermarkets to work together to feed the nation. It will allow retailers to share data with each other on stock levels, cooperate to keep shops open, or share distribution depots and delivery vans.

Government announces support for individuals and businesses

Last week, the Chancellor set out he first stage of our response to tackle Coronavirus with a £30 billion package of support for people and businesses. He promised then to do whatever it takes to support our economy through this crisis – and the Government will do whatever it takes.

New steps to combat COVID-19

As many of you will be aware, the Government has decided on significant new steps to help combat the current coronavirus outbreak. These steps will change the ordinary lives of everyone in this country, however they are necessary to save lives and to stop this disease.

COVID-19 Update

Many constituents are quite rightly particularly worried at the moment. This is completely understandable. COVID-19 has been declared a global pandemic, we have seen it travel around the globe, and the cases rise here in the UK.

Landmark Domestic Abuse Bill introduced

The Government has introduced an enhanced version of the landmark Domestic Abuse Bill to Parliament. This Bill goes even further to support and protect victims and punish perpetrators.

Knife crime prevention orders introduced

The Government has today laid the legislation before Parliament that will pave the way for the launch of the pilot scheme of Knife Crime Prevention Orders (KCPOs).