Ilford South MP Sam Tarry recently hosted a virtual session on education to allow his constituents to raise important issues.

With worries over education one of many negative consequences of coronavirus, Mr Tarry enlisted Labour colleague Kate Green — the shadow secretary of state for education — to come along and answer constituents’ questions.

Attended by more than 40 people, the MP was pleased with the session: “I had a series of things I wanted to ask Kate about, such as how we bridge the technological gap (a known problem in my constituency), as well as how we manage the impact of coronavirus, particularly as many people may have to retrain next spring.”

Read the full article by Cash Boyle at the Ilford Recorder here: