Labour MP for Barnsley Central
If they are serious about building an inclusive economy, the Tories must reverse the prolonged stagnation in productivity, writes Dan Jarvis MP
On the seventy-fifth anniversary of the Battle of Arnhem, we must remember the sacrifice, heroism and tragedy of those who fought; reflecting on the lessons we can all learn, writes Dan Jarvis MP.
Labour’s achievements at a local level should be held up as examples of what a national Labour government would do, writes Dan Jarvis MP
Forty years after Margaret Thatcher came to power, coalfield communities like mine are still dealing with the fallout of her government’s actions. But despite this the potential of our people and places persists, writes Barnsley Central MP Dan Jarvis
As we prepare for the future – and for life after Brexit – all of our regions and nations must be given the opportunity to contribute to national prosperity, writes Mayor of the Sheffield City Region and Labour MP Dan Jarvis.
We asked five Labour backbenchers to make the case for a policy they would like to see in the party’s next programme for government. Dan Jarvis argues the key to protecting workers lies in promoting the positive influence of trade unions in 21st Century Britain.
Cold homes increase the risk of death and illness – more should be done to tackle fuel poverty and protect the elderly and vulnerable in winter, says Dan Jarvis
Labour MP Dan Jarvis writes for PoliticsHome ahead of his debate, calling for England to adopt an "opt-out" organ donation scheme to save more lives.
Former Labour Shadow Cabinet member Dan Jarvis writes ahead of his Private Members' Bill today, the Child Poverty in the UK (Target for Reduction) Bill.
Labour MP Dan Jarvis explains why his Bill which seeks to reduce child poverty and to introduce steps to measure how well the Government are performing in achieving their targets, cannot afford to wait to be passed.