Public meeting on Europe

Layla was one of a number of panellists at a public meeting on Thursday 6th December, discussing Brexit and a People's Vote. The meeting was organised by Oxford for Europe.

Layla Visits Small Businesses

Last Saturday was "Small Business Saturday", a national day on which to appreciate all the small businesses in the UK.

Layla took the opportunity to visit some independent shops, all of whom had been recommended to her by local people for showing the best of quality and customer service.

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Government is fostering a culture of senseless competition in our schools

Ofsted's annual report has provided a damning assessment of secondary schools undertaking 'off-rolling' and has identified a 'worrying gap' in the provisions for schools attended by pupils with special educational needs or disabilities.

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Major risk of empty shop shelves & disruption at ports as Government fails to prepare for Brexit

An influential cross-party Parliamentary committee whose members include Layla Moran has demanded action from the Government by Christmas as they find there is a high risk of disruption at UK ports after Brexit.

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Oxford Bach Choir Concert celebrating 100 years since the armistice

On Sunday 25th November, Layla was honoured to be asked to do the reading (an excerpt from Testament of Youth by Vera Britten) at the second concert by the Oxford Bach Choir to celebrate 100 years since Armistice Day.

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Layla Visits AgeUK Christmas Lunch

On Sunday 25th November, AgeUK Oxfordshire held its widely acclaimed Christmas lunch, in the Jam Factory Café. Layla visited to chat with the guests and thank the staff and volunteers who gave up their Sunday without pay to cook and serve the lunch.

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Why we must have a People's Vote on this Brexit deal

Speaking at the national rally for a People's Vote this week, local MP Layla Moran demanded that people are given the choice between this botched Brexit deal and staying in the EU. 

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This is a very bad deal for Oxfordshire and for the country

Layla has responded to the publication of the Government's Brexit deal, saying that it "leaves the UK tied loosely to Europe, but with no influence, and shunned by the rest of the world."

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Youth homelessness in Oxford trebles in last year

Figures from charity Centrepoint show young people are “being left out in the cold” by the Government and City Council says Layla.


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Government “too complacent” on impact of food shortages after Brexit

Layla Moran says the Government are being “unacceptably risky” as a House of Commons committee she is a member of finds that failures in preparing for Brexit mean food shortages are a real possibility.

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