Munira speaks to BBC Radio London about Thames Water’s Teddington proposals

On Wednesday 6 September, Munira led a debate on Thames Water’s controversial plans to pump treated sewage into the river upstream of Teddington Lock. With local residents rightly outraged by the proposals, Munira spoke to various media outlets about her debate in Parliament, and why she believes the proposals should be scrapped. Read the article […]

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Munira speaks to BBC about school funding crisis

On 17 July, Munira joined local school governors to hand in a letter at the Department for Education (DfE) asking for a meeting to discuss the funding crisis that our schools are facing. After years of Government underfunding, schools are having to resort to desperate measures to cut costs, such as: raising money for supplies […]

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Munira discusses key issues on BBC Radio’s 5 Live and Any Questions

Munira discusses key issues on BBC Radio’s 5 Live and Any Questions

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Munira talks to BBC Radio London about support for swimming pools

Ahead of the Spring Budget in mid-March, Munira spoke with BBC Radio London about support for swimming pools. Swimming pools and leisure centres across the UK are struggling with spiralling energy costs. Munira was pleased to hear the Chancellor announce £63m of support for fantastic local pools and leisure centres, like Hampton Pool. However, the […]

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Munira speaks to BBC London about plight of Hampton Pool

Munira talks to BBC London

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Munira slams Government’s Rwanda plan on BBC Politics Live

In a recent appearance on BBC Politics Live, Munira joined a panel of politicians and journalists to debate some of the pressing issues of the day – including the cost of living crisis, free school meals and the Government’s appalling plan to offshore refugees to Rwanda. In the 14 June panel, Munira called the Government’s […]

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Munira tells BBC we must help our children catch up on lost learning

In an interview with BBC Politics London on 20 March, Munira called on the Government to guarantee more funding to help our children catch up on lost learning. The BBC also spoke with Assal Ruse, Headteacher of Twickenham School – the first school in the borough to start giving remote lessons during the pandemic. “Schools […]

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Munira appears on BBC Question Time

Munira was a panellist on BBC Question Time on 18th June. Her other panellists included Lisa Nandy, James Cleverley, Jed Mercurio (writer of Line of Duty), and Steve Parish (chairman of Crystal Palace FC). You can read the highlights here.

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The Govt has been slow off the mark in ramping up testing

Munira is interviewed by the BBC following the Government’s daily press conference. Click on the video to see the interview.

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