It has been as busy week of ups and downs in Parliament. The horrific attack in Salisbury set the tone for the week and overshadowed everything Members did.
At times such as this, party differences become much less significant when a genuine threat is made to all of us.
The week featured some robust debates and I was also pleased to see some further cross party consensus over the progress of Brexit and the direction the Country needs to take.
Elsewhere this week mental health played a prominent part. The All Party Group for Suicide and self harm prevention looked at steps taken in Bristol to reduce self harm and the work of Liaison Psychiatrists in A&E. I also Chaired a Westminster Hall debate highlighting the low level of availability of support for people with psychosis in England. You can read the debate here.
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