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Daisy Cooper - MP for St Albans

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    Daisy Cooper presses for extra safeguards in Grenfell fire safety bill

    Daisy Cooper, the MP for St Albans, joined the Fire Safety Bill Committee in the House of Commons in a bid to shape the law governing multi-occupied residential buildings in the wake of the Grenfell tragedy. The Fire Safety Bill proposes changes to the Fire Safety Order 2005 to clarify who is responsible for managing and reducing the risk of fire for the structure and external walls of flats and similar buildings, including cladding, balconies and windows, entrance doors and fire doors.
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    Extend support to protect local jobs, warns St Albans MP

    Daisy Cooper is urging the Government to bring forward bespoke packages of support for key sectors, such as hospitality, or face a surge in job losses in St Albans. The Liberal Democrat MP for St Albans warns that thousands of families face “financial uncertainty” and is calling for the Government to do more.
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    Daisy calls on chancellor to support ‘zero-rights employees’

    Daisy Cooper, the MP for St Albans, is demanding financial support for a group of #ForgottenFreelances who have fallen through the cracks of the chancellor’s Covid-19 aid packages – particularly those who have a combination of PAYE and other income. The key group of freelances and self-employed, also known as “zero-rights employees”, typically work shifts for newspapers, broadcasters, magazines and publishers.
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    Daisy Cooper leads cross-party push to keep pubs in business

    Daisy Cooper, the MP for St Albans, is leading a cross-party call to protect pubs in the face of the “unique combination of challenges” created by the Covid-19 crisis. Daisy has rallied MPs from the Tory, Labour, SNP, Plaid Cymru and Green parties to call on government ministers to ensure pubs – a “cornerstone of British culture” – are in a position to re-open once social distancing measures are eased. 
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