Labour/Co-operative MP for Feltham and Heston
Our country is changing, and facing up to a new rise of racism. All our institutions need to be fit for this challenge, writes Seema Malhotra
The Disabled Students’ Allowance should cover the full cost of technologies to help close the outcomes gap between disabled and non-disabled students, writes Seema Malhotra
The Government must pursue a cross-party approach if we are to get sustainable reforms in youth justice, to help also deal with the changes in culture and behaviour management we urgently need for the well being of the young boys, their rehabilitation and the chance of a better future, says Seema Malhotra MP.
A cashless society could see vulnerable individuals and families become more financially excluded and alienated from society, writes Seema Malhotra
With the UK ranking 17th for literacy amongst OECD countries, World Book Day and all it stands for is needed more than ever, writes Seema Malhotra
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. Seema Malhotra says her party must grasp the nettle and pave the way for a new deal for leaseholders before it is too late.
It is economic self-harm which can be avoided if only the Tories step outside of their psycho-drama echo chamber and hear the legitimate concerns of British business, says Seema Malhotra MP.
Co-chair of the APPG on Assistive Technology, Seema Malhotra MP, says the EU Web Accessibility Directive may be one of the last pieces of human rights legislation to come to us from the EU.
Today, Seema Malhotra MP is hosting a Westminster Debate on the use of solitary confinement of young people in the justice system, ahead of the debate, she writes for PoliticsHome.
Young people will be hardest hit by the government’s approach to Brexit. It is for Theresa May to ensure she doesn’t sacrifice their futures on the altars of ideology, writes Seema Malhotra
Technology is beginning to transform modern higher education and with that bringing the opportunity to increase employability and skills, says Seema Malhotra MP.
This was the week the reality of Brexit hit home. Now it is time for the government to rethink its position, writes Seema Malhotra
After reality checks in Brussels and the mystery of vanishing Brexit reports, Seema Malhotra anticipates a famished future of late nights and three line whips
Writing for PoliticsHome, Labour MP Seema Malhotra urges the Prime Minister to have a realistic strategy in order to get a good deal for Britain.
Ahead of her debate, Labour MP Seema Malhotra calls for a direct rail link between Feltham and Heathrow Airport with a new station en route at Bedfont.
Labour MPs Seema Malhotra and Stephen Kinnock propose that a new Special Parliamentary Committee (SPC) on EU Renegotiation be established to ensure a strong voice for Parliament in the Brexit negotiations.