Thank you for visiting my website. Here you can find information about my local activities on behalf of the people of Leicester East as your MP and my work as Chairman of the Home Affairs Select Committee. I welcome all comments and suggestions about issues in Leicester East. If you are a constituent and have a problem you think I may be able to help you with, please don't hesitate to contact me. You can do this directly through the website, where you will also find details of my offices and how to book a surgery appointment.
With very best wishes,
Rt. Hon Keith Vaz MP
Keith meets with students from Gateway College in the House of Commons.
Keith joined other Leicestershire MPs to present the Leicester Mercury Petition, in favour of reinterring Richard III in the county, to 10 Downing Street. Peter Warzynski from the Leicester Mercury handed more than 34,000 signatures through the famous door in … Continue reading
Keith delivered a speech on Why a Diverse Civil Service is Important at the Religion and Ethnic Minority Network AGM and Annual Conference. The theme for the conference was Moving Forward with Diversity and focused on Sir Bob Kerslake’s 8 point … Continue reading
Keith speaks as part of BNP Paribas’ Diversity Week. The audience at the event comprised of staff from the bank and those interested in promoting diversity in the workplace.
Keith joined hundreds of people in the celebrations of Navratri at the De Montfort Hall in Leicester.
Keith attended a dinner to honour Mohammed Sarwar the former Glasgow MP who is now Governor of the Punjab. Also pictured is Sajid Javed MP the new Financial Secretary to the Treasury.
Keith recently visited the juxtaposed border controls at the Port of Calais. Whilst there he saw the passenger immigration controls and the freight checking facility. He saw firsthand the checks that are done at one of the UK’s busiest entry … Continue reading
Keith is appalled by the traffic chaos caused by the new Sainsbury development on the junction of Melton Road and Troon Way. Local people have to wait 10-15 minutes just to pass through the junction after 2 lanes of traffic … Continue reading
Keith attended the inquest of Mark Duggan taking place at the Royal Courts of Justice. He heard evidence from police officers who were on duty at the scene.
Keith visited the Google offices to discuss steps being taken to help the promotion of anti-extremist messages. He met with several anti-extremist organisations as well as Peter Baron, Google’s Director of Communications for Europe, Middle East and Africa. Keith also … Continue reading