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Sarah Teather will stand up for local people in parliament

Sarah Teather will stand up for local people in parliament

Thank you for taking the time to visit my website. As Liberal Democrat MP for Brent Central it is a huge honour and privilege for me to represent local people in parliament.

My team and I are here to help on local and national matters. My office in Willesden Green has moved to 70 Walm Lane, Willesden Green, NW2 4RA and is open five days a week.

Please feel free to pop in to talk to one of my excellent caseworkers about anything from housing issues to fly-tipping. The office opening hours are:

Monday: 10am-12pm

Tuesday: 10am-12pm

Wednesday: 10am-12pm

Thursday: 4pm-6pm

Friday: 10am-12pm

Alternatively, I hold regular advice surgeries in my constituency and details of upcoming surgeries can be found here.

There are also a number of ways to get in touch and I look forward to hearing from you!

Kind regards,

Sarah Teather

Member of Parliament for Brent Central

Telephone: 020 8459 0455

Recent updates

  • Sarah and Ibrahim visit Imagefarm
    Article: Dec 9, 2014

    The Liberal Democrats in Government have fulfilled their commitment to creating two million apprenticeships since the start of this Parliament, Business Secretary Vince Cable announced today.

    To mark the achievement, Liberal Democrat Parliamentary Candidate for Brent Central, Ibrahim Taguri, and Sarah Teather, MP for Brent Central, met with apprentices across the constituency to highlight the diversity in skills development apprenticeship schemes have offered young people in various fields of employment.

  • PMB
    Article: Dec 4, 2014

    Liberal Democrats in the House of Lords have today picked up the baton proposals from Sarah Teather MP in the bed to prevent retaliatory evictions by tabling new amendments to the Deregulation Bill.

    Sarah Teather's Private Members Bill, which sought to prevent landlords from using so-called 'section 21 notices' to evict tenants who make reasonable complaints or request repairs, was was talked out in the Commons, despite cross-party support for the measures.

  • Article: Dec 4, 2014

    Brent Central MP Sarah Teather today welcomed the Government's decision to tackle tax avoidance by large multinational companies.

    Presently, some multinational corporations use aggressive tax planning techniques to avoid paying tax on profits made in the UK. This costs the public an estimated £4.7 billion every year.

  • Nick Clegg, Ibrahim Taguri and Norman Lamb at the Brent Centre for Young People
    Article: Dec 3, 2014

    The Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg announced a £150m investment to radically reform the treatment of children and young people with eating disorders and pave the way for the introduction of new waiting standards.

    The transformation fund, which will be rolled-out over five years and has been secured by the Deputy Prime Minister in this year's Autumn Statement, is part of an ongoing campaign by the Government to bring mental health services on a par with physical care.

  • Article: Nov 28, 2014

    Sarah Teather's bill to tackle revenge evictions in the private rented sector was debated in the House of Commons today.

    Speaking during the debate, Sarah said:

    "No one should be evicted for asking their landlord to do basic repairs. No one should be frightened to tell their landlord about a problem for fear of losing their home. No one should be forced to put up with poor conditions because their landlord might retaliate if they make a fuss."

  • PMB
    Article: Nov 24, 2014

    Lib Dem MP Sarah Teather's bill to tackle retaliatory evictions has today been published, ahead of its second reading on Friday.

    The Tenancies (Reform) Bill will stop landlords evicting tenants who make a complaint about essential repairs or poor conditions in their homes. It has cross-party support, and the Government is supporting the bill in principle.

  • Lampedusa Boat, Dec 2013
    Article: Oct 28, 2014

    Responding to the Government's announcement that it will not be continuing support for search and rescue operations to prevent refugees and migrants drowning in the Mediterranean, Sarah Teather MP, Chair of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Refugees, said:

    "This decision is deeply depressing. We would rather let people drown for nothing other than baseless political motives. It shows that when it comes to immigration, the Government has plumbed new depths of inhumanity.

  • Local MP Sarah Teather celebrated Diwali with her constituents
    Article: Oct 23, 2014

    Sarah Teather, MP for Brent Central, has wished her constituents a Happy Diwali.

    Local Lib Dem MP Sarah said:

    "Diwali in Brent is always an exciting occasion, and this year will be no different.

    "With so much suffering and sadness in the world it is wonderful to share in a festival that celebrates the triumph of good over evil. As family and friends come together we are reminded of the important things in life.

  • Article: Oct 21, 2014

    Brent Central MP Sarah Teather has today reacted with concern to news that the Home Office has withdrawn thousands of asylum refusals before appeals.

    In over 3,000 cases in the year to 12 December 2013, Home Secretary Theresa May withdrew her department's decision about an applicant's immigration status as appeals were put in place.

  • Article: Oct 14, 2014

    Local Lib Dem MP Sarah Teather yesterday voted in Parliament in favour of recognising Palestinian statehood.

    The vote took place following a backbench debate on the issue in the House of Commons. 274 to 12 MPs voted to recognise the state of Palestine.

    Commenting, Sarah said:

    "It is time for the international community to recognise Palestinian statehood as part of a two state solution to the conflict.

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