Jo Stevens

A strong voice for Cardiff Central


Jo Stevens MP has opened her constituency office as a venue to collect donations which will be sent to support refugees in crisis.

The refugee crisis across Europe and at the makeshift camp in Calais has escalated recently due to large numbers of refugees particularly from Syria, which is beset by civil war. Over 4 million refugees have fled Syria since the start of the war (stats from UNHCR).

Jo Stevens MP Opens Office for Collections to Support Refugees in Crisis


The bedroom tax is a pernicious and nasty policy introduced by the Lib Dem Tory coalition government. Two thirds of people affected by the bedroom tax are disabled. Around 3000 households in Cardiff have been hit by it. It has caused misery and hardship. It has cost more to administer than it has collected.

Bedroom Tax - Letter to the Editor


With five months left until the General Election, Jonathan Ashworth and Gloria de Piero, Labour’s Campaign Deputies, visit Cardiff Central as part of the ‘Labour Express’ tour to highlight the choice available to voters ahead of May 2015.

Labour's General Election Campaign Deputies Slam Low Earnings for Workers in Cardiff

Over 20 senior faith, union and community leaders from Cardiff Citizens, part of national community organising charity Citizens UK, and the Cardiff City Supporters' Trust, sent a letter to Cardiff City FC chairman, Mehmet Dalman, today (May 11th), asking him to announce that Cardiff will become the first football club to pay all their staff the Living Wage (£7.65 an hour) before the new season begins.

Local Community Leaders And Giant Bluebird Call on Cardiff City to Become First Ever 'Living Wage' Football Club

Lib Dem MP Jenny Willott last night voted against a freeze on bills for 155,057 households in Cardiff

Thousands of households across Cardiff were last night denied an energy bill freeze following a vote in the House of Commons. Conservatives and Liberal Democrats, including Jenny Willott joined forces to block Labour’s call to freeze energy bills until 2017, saving the average household £120.

Households in Cardiff denied an energy bill freeze

Cardiff Central Labour Parliamentary Candidate, Jo Stevens today called for stronger rules to limit what she has described as harassment from pay day lenders.

Candidate calls for action on payday lender harrassment

Jo Stevens, Labour’s Candidate for Cardiff Central, is calling on the UK Government to introduce Eve’s Law to protect victims of domestic abuse.

Candidate backs Eve's Law campaign

New figures released by Gloria De Piero, Labour’s Shadow Minister for Women and Equalities show that women’s wages in Wales are worth £21.63 less per week since David Cameron and Nick Clegg entered Downing Street.

On a recent visit to Cardiff, Gloria De Piero visited the seat of David Cameron’s minister for women, Jenny Willott, and heard from new mums how low pay and childcare are two of the biggest barriers to re-entering work after pregnancy.

Women's wages tumble under Tories and Lib Dems

Press Release 5th March 2014

Napo Cymru, the Union for probation staff in Wales has voiced its dismay at Liberal Democrat MP, Jenny Willott after she voted in favour of the Government’s Bill to privatise 70% of probation work.

Probation Union Expresses Dismay at MP's Actions

Ministers have massively miscalculated the number of people unlawfully charged the Bedroom Tax in the last year, figures released by Labour show. Responses to a Freedom of Information request show that claims by Iain Duncan Smith that up to 5,000 people had been affected by a loophole were underestimated by at least a third.

New figures show 220 in Cardiff affected by Bedroom Tax loophole

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