Labour MP for Bermondsey and Old Southwark
Jeremy Corbyn promised a ‘new kind of politics’ that would democratise our party, but simply did not engage with the party’s internal democratic structures. The next leader must be more welcoming of scrutiny, writes Neil Coyle MP
Leaving the EU was avoidable - Corbyn failed to stand up on this crucial issue from a values-based position, writes Neil Coyle MP.
The number of homeless people dying on our streets has increased by 22%. We must examine why these deaths are happening, and act now to end this miserable, national shame, writes Neil Coyle
Labour should follow the Lib Dems by calling for Article 50 to be revoked, says Neil Coyle MP.
Neil Coyle MP writes that he hopes that his mental health debate can show that there is a strong commitment across Parliament to reform care.
Refuges are just one part of the rebuilding process for people who have experienced domestic abuse. Safe homes for the longer-term must also form part of the picture, writes Neil Coyle
Nine years of Cameron, Clegg and May have sown deep damage to public services and across society. That Labour isn't now romping home in elections is deeply worrying, says Labour MP Neil Coyle.
While one MP is seeking to put rough sleepers out of his or her sight, the Government appears to also have put them out of mind, writes Neil Coyle
The communities betrayed by Thatcher are now at risk of also being let down by the left, says Neil Coyle MP.
Neil Coyle MP says that "the red light many believe Amber Rudd had shown to extending Universal Credit" is a ploy to move over a million people and their families onto the failing system - but without the potential safeguards MPs and welfare organisations would like to have provided.
New research now suggests more than eight homeless people are dying each week in the UK. Ministers are walking on by as their inaction contributes to this sickening death toll, says Neil Coyle MP.
Our Party has lost 16,000 members in the first quarter of 2018 alone. Clearly Chris Williamson doesn't care about what this means for ending this Tory Government which should be our sole focus after eight years of damage to the fabric of our society, says Neil Coyle MP.
Co-chair of the APPG for Ending Homelessness, Labour MP Neil Coyle writes about the unfair treatment of the British born children who are punished as their parents have the legal entitlement to live and work in the UK, but don’t currently qualify for any benefits or state support.
Labour MP Neil Coyle writes following the parliamentary launch of a report by the Trussell Trust ‘Left behind: Is Universal Credit really Universal’.
The statistics are stark – homelessness has surged and the number of rough sleepers dying on the streets has doubled. After eight years of damage, the government must take action, writes Neil Coyle, the chair of the Homesslessness APPG