Caroline , has responded to the Government's announcement on new nuclear. Ministers have said they will be pushing ahead with both large and small nuclear reactors.
Caroline has responded to the announcement of a fare increase for train passengers. Lucas said the increase of 3.4% is a 'body blow to hard pressed passengers'.
"This inflation-busting fare increase is a body blow to hard pressed passengers. Every year we see the privatised railways deliver ticket price increases, while the cost of driving continues to plummet in real terms. The Government needs to sort its priorities out.
Many of my constituents will be familiar with The Greys pub on Southover Street in Hanover.
For those who aren’t, it’s a much-loved local pub that has recently been made available for sale. As well as being a social hub in the heart of Hanover, the Greys has a proud history of staging live music, welcoming new local acts and also opening its doors to musician and artists from all over the world. Many are attracted by its intimacy and warm welcomes.
This year is the 30th World Aids Day.
Although the number of new HIV infections in the UK has declined for the first time since the epidemic was detected over 30 years ago, there are still more than 36 million people around the world who are living with AIDS, according to the World Health Organization.
This week I hosted a Parliamentary Reception organised by Sussex University, which focused on the vital issue of student well-being and mental health.
Having recently met with Student Union Officers from both Universities in Brighton, I was reminded of the scale of the issue for many of young people in our city and why it is so that vital that we keep mental health high on the agenda in Parliament.
This is my weekly update for the week beginning the 20th November.
Caroline slammed the Government for failing to get to grips with the climate crisis - saying that this 'should have been a Blue Planet Budget' but ministers 'ducked' the opportunity to take action.