Welcome.

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. 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

Merlyn Vaz Walk in Centre Saved

Posted on April 11th, 2017 in Local News

Local health bosses have announced that the campaign to keep the Walk in facility at the Merlyn Vaz Centre has been successful. Thousands of Local people had signed a petition which was presented to Parliament to keep the Walk in … Continue reading

Pensioners call Public Meeting at Belgrave Neighbourhood Centre

Posted on April 6th, 2017 in Local News

A group of pensioners who have used the Belgrave Neighbourhood Centre in Rothley Street called an emergency meeting to discuss changes to the cost of them using rooms at the Belgrave Neighbourhood Centre.  Keith met with Council Officers, local councillor Manjula … Continue reading

More Funds for Schools in Leicester East

Posted on April 6th, 2017 in Local News

Keith has been informed by the Government that it has received requests for more than £1.3 billion for over 3800 projects for this year’s bidding round for school improvements.  Following their assessment of applications, they have announced £466 million for 1,435 … Continue reading

Official Renaming of Gratrix Centre

Posted on April 6th, 2017 in Local News

Keith attended the official renaming ceremony of the Thurnby Lodge, Youth and Community Centre. From today it will be known as Gratrix Centre. The name was chosen in honour of Allan Gratrix the former Councillor and Community activist. Allan was born in … Continue reading

Policing raised in Parliament

Posted on March 31st, 2017 in Local News

Keith paid tribute to police forces across the country in his speech during the debate on matters to be raised before the Easter Adjournment this week. He focused on the Police Funding Formula, access to police pensions for widows and … Continue reading

Slow Broadband Speeds in Leicester

Posted on March 30th, 2017 in Local News

The British Infrastructure Group’s has released a report ‘Broadband 2.0’. The report takes a comprehensive look at broadband download speeds across every constituency in the UK, and finds that there are on average 6.7 million UK properties that could qualify … Continue reading

Article 50 Triggered

Posted on March 30th, 2017 in Local News

Theresa May gave a statement to the House of Commons after triggering Article 50, which begins the process of the UK leaving the European Union. Following the Prime Minister’s statement, Keith asked: “I congratulate the Prime Minister on her appointment … Continue reading

Meeting with Minister for Public Health and Innovation

Posted on March 29th, 2017 in Local News

Keith  and Jim Shannon MP met with Nicola Blackwood MP, the Minister for Public Health and Innovation this week on behalf of the All Party Parliamentary Group for Diabetes, of which they are Chair and Vice-Chair respectively. At the meeting … Continue reading

Parliament Debates Motion on Yemen

Posted on March 29th, 2017 in Local News

Keith led a debate in Parliament on a motion regarding the conflict in Yemen. The motion was: That this House notes the worsening humanitarian crisis in Yemen; and calls upon the Government to take a lead in passing a resolution … Continue reading

Bilateral Relations with India

Posted on March 29th, 2017 in Local News

During questions to the Foreign Secretary on the work of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, Keith raised bilateral relations with India, and the UK-India year of culture. Keith asked Foreign Office Minister Alok Sharma: This year marks the UK-India year … Continue reading

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