David Lammy in breach of MPs' code after probe uncovers £40k 'inadvertent' failure
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express.co.uk - DAVID Lammy, Labour's shadow Foreign Secretary, breached the MPs' code of conduct by inadvertently failing to register on time 16 different interests worth more than £40,000.Tweeted by @SteveW_Leave_EU https://twitter.com/SteveW_Leave_EU/status/1558431491708911624
David Lammy: “I was never anonymous in the Palace of Westminster.”
Where You From?
Why are some boys and men hit by stop and search more than others? In this episode, Shadow Foreign Secretary and Tottenham MP David Lammy speaks with me about what would happen if a Professor at Oxford University was rolling a joint - and what would happen if a young boy in Salford or Brixton was rolling a joint. This is deeply intertwined with, “Where you from?” We talk about David’s experience as ‘the first Black Briton’ to study law at Harvard; what do these ‘firsts’ actually mean? That was really important progress - yet we all know that society has so much work left to do. David also tells me that all countries over-imprison their minorities. I don’t know if I’m surprised by this, yet it echoes in my mind. And we talk about how some of us have had to work harder than our peers to get to where we are. I feel like there are experiences in this chat that connect with so many of us - and I’m looking forward to hearing about what stands out most to you. Tweet me @lilliealmond or hit me up on Instagram @almondsweetness. #whereyoufrompod
Ep. 1: David Lammy | Member of Parliament, UK | Live up to your ancestor's prayers
The Rt Honourable David Lammy joins host Mungi Ngomane to discuss politics in the UK, his new book, and how he derives so much hope from young people. David has been in the UK Parliament for 21 years and is the Labour MP for Tottenham, Shadow Lord Chancellor, and Shadow Secretary of State for Justice. In addition to his captivating speeches, he is renowned for his role in securing justice for the victims of the Windrush Scandal as well as victims of London's Grenfell Tower Fire. It's no surprise that in 2018, he won both GQ's and the Political Studies Association's Politician of the Year. You may also know David from his work in spearheading the fight against Brexit, pushing for more equal access to universities, and demanding the decolonization of education curriculums and international aid. Listen to this episode to hear what sustains him in difficult moments and see why — not unlike all of us— his greatest fear for humanity is the climate emergency.……..Visit mungingomane.coFollow Mungi on InstagramFollow The Brand is Female on Instagram
In this episode of Talking Law Sally Penni MBE interviews MP and Door Tenant at Doughty Street Chambers, David Lammy. David trained at Harvard Law School and has worked as a lawyer and a barrister. He reflects on his career in law and reveals why he ultimately made the switch into politics. He also shares his take on the Black Lives Matter movement and the ramifications of the death of George Floyd on society in the UK. Presented by Sally Penni MBE, barrister at law at Kenworthy’s Chambers Manchester and founder and chair of Women in the Law UK. Follow Sally on Twitter @SallyPenni1 Find us on LinkedIn or at WomenInTheLawUK.com
Host Marvyn Harrison, Ortis Deley and Marvin Crichlow are joined by MP David Lammy to explore the vision for Britain. They discuss ways the black community can come together for change, how the labour party is addressing issues faced by the community as well as exploring what the future for Britain looks like. Dope Black Dads is a place where we are changing the narrative and having progressive conversations about black fathers, as well as creating a safe digital space for the community. Your host is Marvyn Harrison. Join the conversation and community online through our social channels: Twitter: @DopeBlackDads Instagram: @DopeBlackDads Facebook Page: @DopeBlackDads If you want to get in touch with us, email us at email@example.com or follow our conversations in-depth on our Facebook Group by searching 'Dope Black Dads'.
This week Grace and Alastair are joined by the MP for Tottenham David Lammy. David is critical of Jose Mourinho and Boris Johnson, two leaders of things he cares about. He joins us from lockdown, where he is longing for a long walks in the English countryside. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Samira Ahmed speaks to the outspoken Labour politician and MP for Tottenham, David Lammy. He is currently the Shadow Lord Chancellor and Shadow Secretary of State for Justice. In this episode he reflects on his life and career, from winning a choral scholarship as a young boy and developing his interest in politics to becoming a barrister and one of Britain's most vocal politicians around issues of social justice. If you enjoy this podcast, we would love to know what you think. Please rate and review us on Apple Podcasts. BUY TICKETS TO ATTEND OUR EXCLUSIVE LIVE RECORDING WITH KATE WINSLET NEXT WEEK AT 6PM ON FEB 10: https://www.intelligencesquared.com/events/kate-winslet-how-i-found-my-voice-with-samira-ahmed-online/ How I Found My Voice is an Intelligence Squared podcast that explores how some of the world's greatest artists and thinkers became such compelling – and unique – communicators. The Executive Producer is Farah Jassat. Follow us on Twitter for updates of upcoming episodes @intelligence2 See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices