Stephanie calls for Northern Rail to be stripped of franchise

As reported in the Barnsley Chronicle on 17th January, Stephanie has called for Northern Rail to be stripped of its franchise.You can read the full article below:

Campaigning for improvements to mental health services

As reported in the Barnsley Chronicle on 10th January, Stephanie has spoken about the importance of mental health, and her commitment to continue campaigning for improvements to mental health services ahead of 'Blue Monday' - Monday 20th January, which scientists claim is 'the most depressing day of the year'.You can read the full story below:

Tackling rogue landlords

As reported in the Barnsley Chronicle on 10th January, Stephanie has called for increased funding for local authorities to tackle rogue landlords and ensure that renters get a fair deal.You can read the full story below:

Column: CEO pay and inequality

Stephanie wrote her column in the Barnsley Chronicle on 10th January on CEO pay, and the importance of tackling the inequality which means a CEO earns as much in the first six days of the year as a typical worker expects to earn in the whole of 2020.You can read the full column below:

Sentences for causing death by dangerous driving

As reported in the Barnsley Chronicle on 3rd January, Stephanie is continuing to work with the family of Jacqueline Wileman to push the Government to increase the maximum sentence for causing death by dangerous driving.You can read the full story below:

Defence spending

As reported in the Barnsley Chronicle, Stephanie has challenged the Government on the disparity in defence spending between the north and south of England, with far less spent in the north.You can read the full story below:

Disabled access to polling stations

As reported in the Barnsley Chronicle on 27th December 2019, Stephanie is supporting a constituent who has faced problems with disabled access at polling stations.You can read the full story below:

Column: loneliness

Stephanie wrote her Barnsley Chronicle column on 27th December 2019 on the importance of tackling loneliness here in Barnsley.You can read the column below:

Visiting St Helen's Catholic Primary School - Christmas cards

As reported in the Barnsley Chronicle on 20th December 2019, Stephanie recently visited local schools to hand out prizes in her Christmas card competition.You can read the full story below:

Column: austerity

On 20th December 2019, Stephanie wrote her Chronicle column on the impact of austerity on Barnsley, how government under the Tories doesn't work for people here, and her pledge to stand up for our communities and give a voice to people in Barnsley. You can read the column below: