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Barry has paid tribute to Jo Cox, the MP who was murdered on Thursday. 

Barry pays tribute to Jo Cox

Barry has paid tribute to Jo Cox, the MP who was murdered on Thursday.  Read more

On Thursday, 23rd June 2017 the British public have the opportunity to determine the future of the United Kingdom and whether or not we play a part in the future of Europe. This may well be the most important vote that many of us will face in our lifetime and will, undoubtedly, have a profound impact on future generations.

Many of my constituents will not yet have decided how they intend to vote or may not have had an opportunity to consider the arguments for and against remaining in the European Union. With this in mind, I will be holding a public meeting to allow residents of Brent North1 to question me and so that I can listen to their views before any such vote.

Barry to host Public Meeting on EU Referendum

On Thursday, 23rd June 2017 the British public have the opportunity to determine the future of the United Kingdom and whether or not we play a part in the future of... Read more

Barry chaired the panel at a parliamentary event on “The threat to bees from pesticides”.

Barry calls for ban on chemicals threatening bees

Barry chaired the panel at a parliamentary event on “The threat to bees from pesticides”. Read more

On Sunday 8 May, to mark a year of Conservative government hundreds of people staged an unusual demonstration: walking backwards down Whitehall. These families, campaigners, MPs were all there for one reason: while the government has been eager to talk up its climate credentials on the world stage, it is is going backwards at home.

Video by Steve Eason

Barry speaks at Going Backwards on Climate Change march

On Sunday 8 May, to mark a year of Conservative government hundreds of people staged an unusual demonstration: walking backwards down Whitehall. These families, campaigners, MPs were all there for... Read more

The outrageous, vile and anti-Semitic remarks made by members of the Labour Party have been deeply hurtful to the Jewish Community. They have also been deeply damaging to the Labour Party and  deeply offensive to  members of the Labour Movement who, for more than 100 years have been at the forefront of fighting against racism and for equality in all their forms.

The Labour Party and Anti-Semitism

The outrageous, vile and anti-Semitic remarks made by members of the Labour Party have been deeply hurtful to the Jewish Community. They have also been deeply damaging to the Labour... Read more

Barry was invited to give the keynote speech at London's Stock Exchange at the launch of the Oil Market Futures report

Barry's message to oil companies and investors: it's reckless to plan for business as usual

Barry was invited to give the keynote speech at London's Stock Exchange at the launch of the Oil Market Futures report:  Read more

I am in Washington DC. And so it seems is every other energy, finance or climate change minister all the way from Angola to Zaire (as one Parliamentarian from DRC anachronistically referred to her country).

The World Bank Spring Meetings have drawn the world to DC. And I confess it does feel a little bit like a Paris Climate Reunion.

Barry sees progress on Paris climate deal and Sustainable Development Goals in Washington

I am in Washington DC. And so it seems is every other energy, finance or climate change minister all the way from Angola to Zaire (as one Parliamentarian from DRC anachronistically... Read more

Barry writes a letter to the Financial Times, describing how the UK Government's incoherent energy policy is undermining investor confidence. This letter was originally published on 4 April

UK's incoherent energy policy is undermining investor confidence

Barry writes a letter to the Financial Times, describing how the UK Government's incoherent energy policy is undermining investor confidence. This letter was originally published on 4 April.  Read more

Barry Gardiner MP has now received confirmation from the Minister of State for Housing and Planning, Mr Brandon Lewis MP, that the Secretary of State for Communities & Local Government is actively considering calling-in the planning application for the expansion of Byron Court Primary School following a request from Mr Gardiner earlier this month. 

Barry receives confirmation that Secretary of State considering calling-in Byron Court Primary School planning decision

Barry Gardiner MP has now received confirmation from the Minister of State for Housing and Planning, Mr Brandon Lewis MP, that the Secretary of State for Communities & Local Government is actively... Read more

Barry in the chamber

At last week's oral questions on Energy and Climate Change in the House of Commons, Barry pressed the government to account for how its policy decisions had led to an undermining of investor confidence, as detailed in the Select Committee on Energy & Climate Change's latest report

Barry presses Government on investor confidence slump in energy sector

At last week's oral questions on Energy and Climate Change in the House of Commons, Barry pressed the government to account for how its policy decisions had led to an...

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