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Week in Review - 11 December - The Israel/Gaza conflict, policing and crime in our neighbourhoods, tackling illegal migration, e-bikes and e-scooter safety, and get involved in the Winter Reading Challenge!
Week in Review - 4 December - The Israel/Gaza Conflict, Small Business Saturday, Westminster Council's 1800% parking charge increase, the Autumn Statement, pedicabs update, leasehold reforms, and delivery cyclists.
Week in Review - 27 November - The Israel/Gaza Conflict, Autumn Statement, on patrol with the West End Police Team, our pedicabs Bill progresses, leasehold reforms, catching up with the Westminster Bangladeshi Welfare Trust, scrutinising the Renters (Reform) Bill, and meeting with the London Chamber of Commerce.
Week in Review - 20 November - The Israel/Gaza Conflict, tackling crime and anti-social behaviour, championing local jobs, Amazon campaign, catching up with the Marylebone Association, check for symptoms of breast cancer, walkabout with the Paddington Partnership, and latest podcast: policing and crime in Westminster.
Week in Review - 13 November - Remembrance Weekend, the Israel/Gaza conflict, the King's Speech, meeting local religious leaders, Tudor Rose Court, meeting with the Chancellor, improving Marylebone's air, and UK Parliament Week.
Week in Review - 6 November - Israel and Gaza, walkabout with QAGRA, campaign to enhance flood insurance eligibility, Golden Lane Stitchers, poppy selling, supporting Pop London, working with Belgravia Neighbourhood Forum, the Hotel School: Helping the vulnerable, and exhibition at St Peter’s Eaton Square.
Week in Review - 30 October - The Israel/Gaza Conflict, ramping up my leasehold reform campaign, taking action on Social Care Key Boxes, National Fertility Awareness Week, and City of London Planning: Bevis Marks synagogue.
Week in Review - 23 October - The Israel/Gaza Conflict, meeting local Residents' Associations, championing our next generation, sign our petition for more police on our streets, and ensuring children get the best start in life.
Week in Review - 16 October - The Israel/Gaza Conflict, The Council of Europe, hearing your views, residents' association meetings programme, and the Old War Office redevelopment: hundreds of new jobs welcomed.
Week in Review - 9 October - PM outlines his vision for UK, supporting local people across the Two Cities, helping the most vulnerable, and leasehold reform must happen.
Week in Review - 2 October - Walkabout in Belgravia, holding the Dolphin Square management to account, visit to the Westminster Senior Citizens’ Forum, meeting local people at Seymour Buildings, Marylebone, out and about in Fitzrovia, and championing London Zoo.
Week in Review - 25 September - Update on St Mary’s Hospital, have your say on leasehold reform, catching up with the Westminster Bangladeshi Welfare Trust, walkabout with the Residents’ Society of Mayfair & St James’s, Business in Focus: Anthony Simon Hair Design, get involved with the Friends of Regent's Park and Primrose Hill, meeting with the Heart of the City.
Week in Review - 18 September - Championing your views with the Prime Minister, speaking out on potential espionage, update on our delivery cyclists campaign, celebrations continue for Barts Hospital’s 900th anniversary, visit to Future Men, and the campaign to Save Our Gas Lamps continues!
Week in Review - 11 September - Making the case for the return of tax-free shopping, leasehold reforms, holding housing associations and providers to account, speaking out to support households on communal energy networks, and visit to St John's Wood.
Week in Review - 4 September - Police walkabout in Pimlico, business in focus: Storm Flowers London, visit to Anchor Court, cracking down on machete knives, an afternoon with the Barbican Association, In Conversation with Nickie Aiken, and time's running out! Submit your entry to Nickie's photography competition.
Week in Review - 21 August - Walkabout with the City of London Police Commissioner, St Marylebone Almshouses, victory for the City! Councillors WILL have their say, visit to The Peninsula, St Paul’s Church, Covent Garden, have your say on Bus 24, and the Two Cities Photography Competition!
Week in Review - 14 August - Visit to the Holy Sepulchre Church, TfL Night Tube Shift, meeting the City of London Law Society, visit to St Anne's Church, good news for the English National Opera, and the Two Cities Photography Competition!
Week in Review - 7 August - Pimlico Toy Library, net zero, Rochester Row Almshouses, Oxford & Cambridge and Hyde Park Mansions Residents' Association, Hyde Park Estate Residents (HyPER), behind the scenes at the Royal Opera House, the work of Victoria BID, Strand Aldwych Public Realm, Harley Street BID, visit to Paddington's Vertex Pharmaceuticals, and get involved in the Two Cities Photography Competition!
Week in Review - 31 July - Night shift with the West End police, cleaner air for Marylebone, visit to Barts Hospital, become a London Lifesaver, victory for local people - New Street accessibility, championing our world-renowned theatre offering, campaign to enhance flood insurance eligibility, pop in to Darjeeling Express, marking World Hepatitis Day, and the Two Cities Photography Competition!
Week in Review - 24 July - HIV Action Plan, welcoming Pimlico Academy to Parliament, support for the most vulnerable, get help with the cost of living, Nickie's photography competition has returned, making the Two Cities safer.
Week in Review - 17 July - Walkabout on the Tachbrook Estate, Westminster Youth Council, making the case to increase flood insurance eligibility, Mansion House Reforms, safety for delivery cyclists, and Ask Her To Stand!
Week in Review - 10 July - Ministerial visit to St Mary’s, no one is alone, listening to local people in Churchill Gardens, challenging the stigmas surrounding HIV and Hepatitis C, and making the Two Cities safer.
Week in Review - 3 July - Redeveloping St Mary's, Holocaust Memorial: Victoria Tower Gardens, supporting small businesses, pushing ministers on rental reform and the leasehold agenda, meeting with the Bangladeshi High Commissioner, championing local pubs, thanking Westminster Tree Trust, and making the Two Cities safer.
Week in Review - 26 June - Everyone deserves a decent-paid job, upholding Parliamentary standards, tackling damp and mould, highlighting World Infertility Awareness Month, championing LGBTQ+ rights in Nickie's latest podcast, listening to local people, stop and search, and support for survivors of cardiac arrest.
Week in Review - 19 June - Standing up for St Mary’s, business meeting with the Chancellor, celebrating the Two Cities’ profound LGBT+ history, meet Jens Jakobsen, championing early years education, meeting with the Home Secretary, and the Council of Europe is a force for good.
Week in Review - 12 June - Supporting people into work, listening to local people on the Millbank Estate, meeting with the Immigration Minister, championing our theatres, road safety tests for delivery cyclists, speaking out for leasehold reform, World Infertility Awareness Month, celebrating National Carers Week, and reception with the City of London Corporation.
Week in Review - 5 June - Road safety tests for delivery bike riders, asylum seekers' protest in Pimlico, visit to Portsoken Ward, Middlesex Street Estate Project, new police for our streets, visit the Onion Garden, and backing central London's economy.
Week in Review - 30 May - Road safety tests for delivery bike riders, improving Marylebone's air quality, speaking out on fire safety concerns, backing central London's economy, tackling damp and mould in our homes, listening to our next generation, protecting our heritage, and support for families across the Two Cities.
Week in Review - 22 May - Tribute to Lord Peter Brooke, listening to you, welcoming local children to Parliament, holding Dolphin Square management to account, what the Renters Reform Bill means to you, celebrating Westminster's new Lord Mayor, and putting victims, survivors and their families at the heart of the criminal justice system.
Week in Review - 15 May - Visit to Art-Alive Arts Trust, celebrations at Barts Hospital, Nickie's latest podcast, and enhancing access to NHS services.
Week in Review - 9 May - Celebrating the Coronation, speaking out to support British nationals in Sudan, everyone deserves a Fair Shot, delicious lessons at The Cookery School, and championing the next generation at Raindance.
Week in Review - 1 May - New police for the Two Cities, visit to The Grey Coat Hospital, support with the cost of living, celebrating the Coronation, Two Cities Heroes - Meet Hamza Taouzzale, and Mayor of London ploughs ahead.
Week in Review - 24 April - 160 Years of the London Underground, supporting the most vulnerable in our society, it's never too late to get into reading, and Save Our Buses!
Week in Review - 17 April - Walkabout in the City of London, listening to you in Dolphin Square, tackling the blight of short-lets, out and about in Odhams Walk, and supporting the most vulnerable in our society.
Week in Review - 3 April - A safer Two Cities, standing with our Jewish community, milestone for Barts Hospital, supporting Afghan nationals into long-term accommodation, ensuring children have the Best Start In Life, and championing trade around the world.
Week in Review - 27 March - Protecting what matters to you, congratulations to St Barts, marking the Westminster Bridge attack, aspiring artists at Hampden Gurney, community champions, and championing our next business leaders.
Week in Review - 20 March - What the Budget means for you, speaking out to tackle crime and anti-social behaviour, value for money?, your policing priorities, listening to you, and championing London Zoo.
Week in Review - 13 March - Standing up for democracies around the world, visit to West London Synagogue, raising concerns over Council budget, the Government’s plan for illegal migration, out and about on Lillington & Longmoore Gardens, and Two Cities Heroes: Meet Caz.
Week in Review - 6 March - Celebrating World Book Day, standing up for survivors of Domestic Abuse, the Windsor Framework, Lupus Street road safety concerns, and meeting with TfL to Save Our Buses.
Week in Review - 27 February - The UK stands with Ukraine, listening to you, championing the issues that matter with Citizens UK, and design Nickie's Coronation Card!
Week in Review - 20 February - Remembering the victims of the Holocaust, walkabout on the Golden Lane Estate, visit to Fair Shot Café, support for families across the Two Cities, and the Fertility Workplace Pledge.
Week in Review - 13 February - Celebrating National Apprenticeship Week, speaking out on local issues, listening to you, visit to The Soho Recovery Centre, and design Nickie’s Coronation Card!
Week in Review - 6 February - Listening to you, breakfast with the Chancellor, a safer Two Cities, and backing our local businesses.
Week in Review - 30 January - Remembering the victims of the Holocaust, Nickie's inaugural Council of Europe, pedicabs update, giving young people their voice with Never Such Innocence, Save Our Buses.
Week in Review - 23 January - Help and support with the Cost of Living, speaking out to rid the Met of rogue officers, tackling antisemetism within our universities, championing awareness of fertility treatment, the Two Cities Photography Competition!
Week in Review - 16 January - Standing up for our local businesses, visit to Westminster Bangladeshi Association, championing Channel 4, listening to the next generation, speaking out to support housing for the vulnerable, and Save Our Buses - Routes 11 and 211.
Week in Review - 9 January - Listening to your views, reach out to The Listening Place, Fleet Street walkabout, your priorities are the Prime Minister's priorities, and have your say in Nickie's policing and crime survey.
Week in Review - 19 December - Tribute to Philippa Roe, Baroness Couttie, Levelling Up Bill: Victory on short-term lets, speaking out with local housing providers, listening to you: Lillington & Longmore Gardens, the campaign to save Simpson's Tavern continues, spreading Christmas cheer at Fortnum & Mason, and reflecting on the last three years.
Week in Review - 12 December - Confirmation of short-term lets registration scheme, supporting the English National Opera, designing Nickie's Christmas Card at The Aldgate School, christmas Cheer at The Abbey Centre, enjoying the Aldgate in Winter Festival, and christmas at Fortnum & Mason.
Week in Review - 5 December - Shop local this winter, sign Nickie's new petition to save bus routes 11 and 211, Nickie's legislation to improve workplace rights for those going through fertility treatment, working to save the English National Opera, visit to Parkinson's UK, speaking out to prevent sexual violence in conflict, and backing the campaign to ban trophy hunting.
Week in Review - 28 November - Victory in our campaign to Save Our Buses, success for local people to protect Westminster’s heritage, tackling crime and anti-social behaviour with the City of London Police, speaking out to save the English National Opera, listening to you at the Vale Royal House Residents Association, ensuring your views are heard in the City of London, protecting the most vulnerable in our society, and pop down to Westminster’s secret garden!
Week in Review - 21 November - What the Autumn Statement means for you, speaking out on housing conditions and repairs, protecting the heritage of Westminster, oin the campaign to save Simpson's Tavern, proposed legislation to give time off for fertility treatment, update on short-term lets, visit to Children and Families Across Borders, championing our local businesses, and Small Business Saturday.
Week in Review - 14 November - We will remember them, Lord Mayor's Show, respond to Nickie's crime and policing survey, championing the Fitzrovia Community Centre, speaking out on the climate crisis, supporting our fantastic carers in the Two Cities, have your say on Westminster's gas lamps, and share your favourite small or family-run business in the Two Cities!
Week in Review - 7 November - Raising awareness of fertility treatment through the Fertility Workplace Pledge, poppy selling for the Royal British Legion, speaking out to support asylum seekers, listening to local people on the Golden Lane Estate, and share your favourite small or family-run business in the Two Cities!
Week in Review - 31 October - Listening to our next generation at The Aldgate School, taking a step into history at the Churchill War Rooms, have your say on Park Lane cycle lane, visit to the UK's largest independent magazine distributor, get your COVID and flu vaccination, more than 10,000 people back the campaign to Save Our Buses, and share your favourite small or family-run business in the Two Cities!
Week in Review - 24 October - Support and advice from the Department for Work and Pensions, championing energy efficiency, protections from redundancy, proposed law to improve IVF support and working on your local priorities with the Marylebone Association.
Week in Review - 17 October - Find your next role in the West End, championing Mind this World Mental Health Day, action on dockless bikes, marking Baby Loss Awareness Week, raising awareness for global humanitarian relief, and have your say in the Two Cities Photography Competition results.
Week in Review - 10 October - Supporting The Abbey Centre, giving children the best start to life at Tachbrook Nursery School, Have your say on the Bishopsgate Corridor Scheme, championing the next generation at St Peter's Eaton Square Primary School, discovering the City of London's oldest document, and backing our #TwoCitiesShops
Week in Review - 3 October - Working on your priorities on the Blandford Estate, visit to Dance Art Studios, and Discovering the art of fabrication at the University of Westminster
Week in Review - 26 September - Plan for Growth, championing the Two Cities’ GP surgeries, visit to local charity; Never Such Innocence, and a milestone hit for our local Chinese Information and Advice Centre
Week in Review - 5 September - Speaking out on dockless bikes, championing the Royal Society of Blind Children, Backing our City of London Fire Brigade, visit to the Ukrainian Welcome Centre, and backing our next generation at Kingsway College.
Week in Review - 30 August - Get help with the cost of living, joining celebrations for Ukraine's Independence Day, visit to Church House, Westminster, championing the next generation at Girlguiding, and discover the Royal Society of Portrait Painters
Week in Review - 22 August - Visit to Hospices of Hope, championing Kooth, pop in to La Maison Du Chat and Nickie's visit to Studio Pottery London.
Week in Review - 15 August - Drought warning for London, visit to London Early Years Foundation Nurseries, Nickie's latest community podcast and supporting our Two Cities Businesses.
Week in Review - 8 August - Nickie's visit to NVS Pharmacy, her walkabout in Marylebone, and how she's continuing the campaign to Save Our Buses.
Week in Review - 1 August - England's Euro 2022 Final, Nickie's catch up with the Transport Secretary and the Summer Reading Challenge.
Week in Review - 25 July - Nickie speaks out to raise awareness of the Preventing Sexual Violence in Conflict Initiative, thanks St Barnabas' Primary School, welcomes the Women's Health Strategy and announces the return of the Two Cities Photography Competition.
Week in Review - 18 July - Extreme heat warning, Imperial College London Rocket launch, protecting survivors of domestic abuse, the next PM.
Week in Review - 11 July - Nickie's new legislation to enhance employment rights for those going through IVF, listening to you, the cost of living, meeting Transport for London at Mansell Street, City of London.
Week in Review - 4 July - Short-term lets campaign, report into the Metropolitan Police, visit to the Serious Fraud Office, Westminster Civic Service and an update to Save Our Buses.
Week in Review - 27 June 2022 - Nickie's new proposed law to improve IVF support, backing our hospitality and key worker, Two Cities Heroes: Christabel Flight, and sign the petition to Save Our Buses!
Week in Review - 20 June 2022 - Making the case for a short-term lets register, Q&A in Portsoken, City of London, championing your views in Downing Street, and sign the petition to Save Our Buses!
Week in Review - 13 June 2022 - Make your voice heard: Save our Buses, speaking out for women's health, standing up for your voice in the planning process, School Visits: Hampden Gurney & Pimlico Academy, and congratulations to St Barnabas Primary School!
Week in Review - 30 May - Taking real action on the cost of living, listening to you, making your voice heard in the Commons, and Two Cities Photography Competition: The Winners
Week in Review - 23 May - Action on excessive vehicle noise, visit to La Maison du Chat, Celebrating the Jubilee? Share your photos, and check your Pension Credit eligiblity.
Week in Review - 16 May - Ukrainian Welcome Centre, a phenomenal milestone for Barts Hospital, Westminster Youth Council, and looking at The Queen's Speech.
Week in Review - 9 May - Working on the issues that matter to you, celebrating Eid al-Fitr, and looking Ahead: The Queen's Speech
Week in Review 25 April - Speaking out on communal heating energy costs, tackling rogue short-let landlords, and standing with Ukraine.
Week in Review - 11 April - Standing with our Ukrainian community, Nickie reflects on her visit to Israel and Palestine, Nickie's latest podcast, brain tumour awareness, and looking ahead: The Queen's Speech.
Week in Review - 4 April - Cracking down on rogue short-let landlords, listening to the next generation, and cleaning up the River Thames.
Week in Review - 28 March - Remembering the Westminster Bridge attack, taking action on the cost of living, and why we should ban trophy hunting.
Week in Review - 21 March - Standing with Ukraine, visit to the Barbican, meeting the Slovakian and Hungarian Ambassadors, paying tribute to the RNLI, London Transport Museum.
Week in Review - 14 March - Going further and faster in our response to Putin, donate to the Ukraine Appeal, meeting the Israeli Deputy Ambassador, and last chance to make your voice heard!
Week in Review - 7 March - Standing shoulder to shoulder with Ukraine, and repealing the Vagrancy Act.
Week in Review - 28 February - Ukrainian Catholic Cathedral, Slava Ukraini - Glory to Ukraine, we're repealing the Vagrancy Act, and guaranteeing time for Pedicab regulation..
Week in Review - 21 February - St Matthew's Primary School, walkabout in Soho Square, and visit to St George's Church, Hanover Square.
Week in Review - 14 February - Together, let's tackle rogue landlords, tackling anti-semitism, strengthening animal welfare laws, championing our vaccine rollout, speaking out on Children’s Mental Health Week, and celebrating Women and Girls in Science.
Week in Review - 7 February - Police conduct at Charing Cross Police Station, affected by short-term lets?, speaking out against Russian aggression, Rishi's visit to Covent Garden, and tackling rough sleeping.
Week in Review - 31 January - E-scooter safety concerns, championing British Sign Language, marking Holocaust Memorial Day, and Happy Chinese New Year!
Week in Review - 24 January - Nickie's appointment to the House of Commons Commission, speaking out in Parliament, visit to St Paul's Cathedral, Westminster City Council, and the Real Me.
Week in Review - 17 January - Listening to your views, tackling online fraud, let Nickie know: Tube Noise, making the case for British Sign Language, Business in Focus: Berry Bros. & Rudd, and building safety update.
Week in Review - 10 January - Get Boosted Now, walkabout in Connaught Village, catch up with the Chancellor, and Nickie's plans for 2022.
Week in Review - 20 December - Staying safe online, supporting our local businesses, getting in the festive spirit, and Nickie's latest community podcast.
Week in Review - 13 December - Protecting our children, speaking out for tougher sentences, new coronavirus measures, and supporting our local businesses.
Week in Review - 6 December - Small Business Saturday, making the case for Vagrancy Act repeal, e-scooter safety: Guide Dogs, campaign to regulate pedicabs, and Chag Urim Sameach!
Week in Review - 29 November - Marylebone Station: Success, Harper's Law, championing Caxton Youth Organisation, and working to tackle short-lets disturbances.
Week in Review - 22 November - Pedicabs update, supporting businesses across the Two Cities, Caxton Youth Organisation, meeting the new Chair of Barts Health NHS Trust, and looking ahead.
Week in Review - 15 November - Remembrance Day, 10 Downing Street; Marylebone Station petition, St Mary's Hospital, visit to Soho Fire Station.
Week in Review - 8 November - Action on e-scooters, City of London, rebuilding after the pandemic, and pedicabs update.
Week in Review - 1 November - Improving air quality around Marylebone Station, the Menopause Revolution, and Budget roundup.
Week in Review - 25 October - The Two Cities Photography Competition, Belgravia Forest School, Menopause Awareness Month, and catch up with the Health Secretary.
Week in Review - 18 October - RIP Sir David Amess MP, improving air quality around Marylebone Station, re-opening the Night Tube, Baby Loss Awareness Week
Week in Review - 11 October - Update with the Borough Commander, re-opening the Night Tube, catch up with Andy Burnham, and action over e-scooters.
Week in Review - 4 October - Championing London's next generation, Maggie's Cancer Support Charity, celebrating Silver Sunday, and catching up with the Barbican Wildlife Group.
Week in Review - 27 September - Raising awareness on baby loss, meeting the Chancellor of the Exchequer, and enhancing the Online Safety Bill.
Week in Review - 20 September - Walkabout with the Rough Sleeping Minister, championing local authorities to deliver social care, visit to the new Museum of London, and tackling violence against women and girls.
Week in Review - 13 September - Plan for Health & Social Care, ending rough sleeping, meeting with the Metropolitan Police, marking Emergency Services Day.
Week in Review - 6 September - Championing Nickie's Pedicabs Bill on BBC London, standing up for local people on ITV London, and coming up in Parliament.
Week in Review - 30 August - Speaking out on XR protests, summer tour of Two Cities, update on Afghanistan, looking ahead - pedicabs.
Week in Review - 23 August - Nickie's latest podcast: The Short Term Lets Sector, visiting Bevis Marks Synagogue, speaking out to protect Afghan nationals, major protests back in the City, and the Two Cities photography competition.
Week in Review - 16 August - Listening to local people in the Ward of Portsoken, joining our Youth Groups, St Marylebone Girls' School, and the Two Cities photography competition.
Week in Review - 9 August - Listening to the Marylebone Association, supporting The Abbey Centre, strengthening the case to repeal the Vagrancy Act, cybercrime meeting with the City of London Police, and the Two Cities photography competition.
Week in Review - 2 August - Discovering Westminster's secret gardener, Covent Garden walkabout, visit to The Thorney Island Society, Tour of Two Cities, and the Two Cities photography competition.
Week in Review - 26 July - The Parliamentary Summer Reading List, championing a registration scheme for the short-term letting sector, visiting St. Mary's Hospital, and the Two Cities photography competition.
Week in Review - 19 July - Visit your library and #ReadBackBetter, the pets podcast, championing COP26 and improving air quality, visit with the British Transport Police, COVID-19: Restrictions continue to ease, and the Two Cities photography competition.
Week in Review - 12 July - UEFA Final: England v Italy, helicopter disruption: meeting the Home Secretary, championing our local independent shops, NHS Parliamentary Awards - Congratulations Kiera, and the Two Cities photography competition.
Week in Review - 5 July - Mansion House: The Chancellor outlines his plans, visiting our independent shops in Marylebone, championing the rich LGBTQ+ heritage of the Two Cities, and supporting domestic abuse survivors.
Week in Review - 28 June - Meeting with Rishi Sunak MP, working to secure Nickie's Pedicabs (London) Bill, raising London's economic recovery, and pushing to re-open Theatreland.
Week in Review - 21 June - It's Independent Bookshop Week, championing the repeal of the Vagrancy Act, holding China to account, and reflecting on the G7.
Week in Review - 14 June - Highlighting the Newborn Screening Programme, Nickie's latest podcast, supporting Caxton Youth Organisation, and time is running out - EU Settlement Scheme.
Week in Review - 7 June - Making the most of the Two Cities during half term, cyber choices, and business funding extension.
Week in Review - 31 May - Blue Cross Hospital visit, support Skewers, allowing international travel to visit partners and family, and tackling cybercrime.
Week in Review - 24 May - Welcoming the Online Safety Bill, visiting The Passage, the Two Cities reopen, and educating girls must be at the heart of the UK’s G7 presidency.
Week in Review - 17 May - The Queen's Speech, COVID: Step 3 of The Roadmap, and time to protect private renters.
Week in Review - 10 May - Helicopter noise campaign moves forward, 10for10 update, baby screening campaign update, and vaccine update.
Week in Review - 3 May - Nickie puts her best foot forward for Caxton Youth Organisation, Domestic Abuse Bill, meeting with the Jewish Student Forum, and coronavirus - home tests available.
Week in Review - 26 April - Raising the Tigray Conflict in the House of Commons, digital poverty and lost learning, coronavirus - home tests available, and coronavirus vaccination appointments online.
Week in Review - 19 April - Vagrancy Act Westminster Hall Debate, visiting Ben Venuti, and newborn screening.
Week in Review - 12 April - Statement on the death of His Royal Highness The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, do you agree with Nickie about the Vagrancy Act?, and visiting Bevis Marks Synagogue.
Week in Review - 5 April - Easter message, Visit to The Abbey Centre, supporting the nighttime economy, Hampden Gurney Primary School virtual visit, and encouraging female entrepreneurship.
Week in Review – 29 March - Lockdown anniversary, violence against women and girls, and early years review.
Week in Review - 22 March - Policing, Crime, Sentencing & Courts Bill, PMQ's, Waterloo and City line, 2021 Census, and vaccine uptake.
Week in Review - 15 March - The Budget, planning bill, and conversion therapy.
Week in Review - 8 March - The Passage visit, the Budget, and World Book Day.
Week in Review - 1 March - Covid-19 roadmap, 1824 Vagrancy Act, and #TakeTheVaccine.
Week in Review - 22 February - Vaccine rollout update, cold weather payments, enjoying life in the Two Cities, and looking ahead.
Week in Review - 15 February - Arrangements for professionals and artists touring the EU, local government finance debate, and Chinese New Year.
Week in Review - 8 February - Tackling exploitation of children, community pharmacy visit, and children's mental health week.
Week in Review - 1 February - City of London: Vaccinations now available locally, and discussion with an intensive care consultant.
Week in Review - 25 January - Visiting South Westminster's Vaccine Centre, discussing the vaccine with representatives from the Bengali community, and highlighting the work of Jo's Cervical Cancer Trust
Week in Review - 18 January - Talking to Healthcare workers on the frontline, take part in Nickie's COVID-19 survey, and Pedicabs Bill: the Campaign continues.
Week in Review - 11 January - Major incident declared across Greater London, securing an insurance indemnity scheme for events, and "We are One Nation and I support this Bill".