Speaking during a debate on fairer funding for rural councils, Anne Marie Morris highlights her concerns that it seems to be the most careful authorities that are most penalised, citing Devon as an example.
Anne Marie Morris leads a Parliamentary debate calling for emergency life-saving skills to be taught consistently and in every school. “Every child should leave school knowing how to save a life” she says.
Anne Marie Morris took part in a debate on the Work and Pensions Select Committee’s report on the Personal Independence Payment (PIP), ensuring that people with disabilities receive proper continual support, regardless of their employment status.
During a debate examining the future of school governing bodies Anne Marie Morris calls for greater clarity in the respective roles of the head teacher and his or her team - the executive - and the role of the governers - the non-executive body.