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  • Karin Smyth MP advises constituents to be wary of new online scams throughout the pandemic 
    Karin Smyth MP advises constituents to be wary of new online scams throughout the pandemic    Karin Smyth, MP for Bristol South, advises constituents to be wary of new online scams throughout the pandemic. Internet activity has increased due to the Covid-19 pandemic, with more people depending on the internet to work from home, communicate with loved ones and to perform routine activities such as food shopping. The Bristol South MP is advising […]
  • Statement: 30 March 2021
    Yesterday marked a welcome step forward on the way to more normal lives and freedoms, with families and friends able to meet outside in a limited way. The restrictions we’ve endured over the past months have reduced circulation of the virus, hospitalisations and deaths but Covid 19 remains a threat to public health.  Sadly, even as Bristol starts to return to normal, the Government is seeking to curb our rights in other ways.  That is one […]
  • Bristol’s All About Jobs & Apprenticeships events day reminder from Bristol South MP
    Bristol’s All About Jobs & Apprenticeships events day reminder from Bristol South MP Karin Smyth MP is reminding all constituents about the All About Jobs & Apprenticeships series of events that she is organising with Bristol City Council, the City of Bristol College, and the DWP on Thursday this week (25 March) from 3pm until 6pm. Three online webinars will provide information about finding jobs and apprenticeships, as well as offer […]
  • Karin Smyth MP commemorates one year since the first lockdown by joining 23 March Campaign
    Karin Smyth MP commemorates one year since the first lockdown by joining 23 March Campaign On 23 March 2021, it will be one year since the announcement of the first national lockdown to stop the spread of Covid-19.  Karin Smyth, MP for Bristol South, shows support for the 23 March campaign, to acknowledge this significant date and champion all those who have worked on the frontline throughout the pandemic to help Bristol South through the […]
  • Statement on the events in Bristol on 21 March 2021
    This morning, my overwhelming emotion is sadness. The images of Bristol are not representative of who we are – and they are not representative of our city. I am proud that all four Bristol MPs voted against the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill. The democratic process is not complete, and we will continue to oppose the measures contained within the proposed bill that threaten the right to peaceful democratic protest. But what we saw last […]
  • Karin Smyth MP hails social workers as the “forgotten frontline” during the pandemic
    Karin Smyth MP hails social workers as the “forgotten frontline” during the pandemic   Karin Smyth, MP for Bristol South, has hailed social workers across Bristol as one of the “forgotten frontlines” throughout the Covid-19 pandemic. Ahead of World Social Work Day on the 16th March, Smyth has praised the hard work, selflessness and bravery of social workers who support some of the most vulnerable people and families across Bristol […]
  • Karin Smyth MP demands apology from Prime Minister for “failing Bristol South’s young people”
    Karin Smyth MP demands apology from Prime Minister for “failing Bristol South’s young people”   Karin Smyth, MP for Bristol South, used yesterday’s Prime Minister’s Question session in Parliament to ask the Prime Minister for an apology to young people in the area for his string of failures in providing the jobs and apprenticeships they so desperately need.   During the fiery exchange, Karin Smyth MP said:   “This Government are […]