A terror attack on two mosques’ in Christchurch, New Zealand has claimed forty-nine lives and has injured more than twenty as the attacker live streamed the attack on Facebook.
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MP Ruth Smeeth speaks out after the Labour party and its leader Jeremy Corbyn came under fire over the way they handled anti-Semitism.
Stoke-on-Trent MP Ruth Smeeth helped launch the Future Journalist Competition at Staffordshire University today (December 3).
The Future Journalist Awards 2019 were opened to schools and colleges across the Potteries to encourage the next generation of journalists in and around Staffordshire.
Foodbank usage in Stoke-on-Trent has increased by 46% since Universal Credit was introduced.
Ruth Smeeth, MP for Stoke-on-Trent North and Kidsgrove, cited the statistics which she says show the Government’s new Universal Credit system has led to a sharp rise in the demand at foodbanks in the city.
Labour MP for Stoke-on-Trent North, Ruth Smeeth, has expressed her concern about the possibility of the government lowering tuition fees for some university degrees.
Members of Parliament will have the chance to vote for a new law to change the way the organ donation system works on Friday (February 23).
Currently there is an ‘opt-in’ system, where people can choose whether they wish to donate.
MPs Gareth Snell and Ruth Smeeth are going in all guns blazing to put Stoke-on-Trent on the map. After the decision was made to move Channel 4s headquarters in March, they are backing the Potteries to become the next location of Channel 4s home.
Two Staffordshire MPs are campaigning for Channel 4 to move their headquarters to Stoke-on-Trent.
The Government wants to put pressure on the Secretary of State to show there is life outside of London.
Three Stoke-on-Trent MPs spoke out exclusively today after a High Court ruling threw Brexit into chaos.
Tristram Hunt, Ruth Smeeth and Rob Flello reacted to the decision which ruled that Parliament now has to decide the fate of the UK in the European Union.
The British Ceramic Confederation has accused Prime Minister David Cameron of getting his facts wrong about North Staffordshire industry, following a debate in parliament.
PM David Cameron told the Commons “energy intensive industry measures” were “very, very important” to business in Stoke-on-Trent North.