Monday 29th January
It was back to work for Marion on Monday, as she continues to work hard for the people of the Motherwell & Wishaw constituency.
Tuesday 30th January
A leaked report from the UK Gov shows that under every possible Brexit scenario, the UK would be worse off meaning a cost to our economy, jobs, and living standards. The cavalier attitude of the hard right Brexiteers in the UK Gov must be challenged.https://t.co/ModNfJCe4B
— Marion Fellows (@marionfellows) January 30, 2018
Wednesday 31st January
As well as joining the Minister for Higher Education, Further Education and Science on a visit to New College Lanarkshire, Marion was busy working from her constituency office in Motherwell, as well as undertaking meetings with local businesses.
Thursday 1st February
— Marion Fellows (@marionfellows) February 1, 2018
Thursday saw Marion hosting a fantastic and vital WASPI event in Motherwell, furthering the cause for pension justice.
The MP also continued to further the campaign for a more efficient, fairer Child Maintenance System, questioning the Department for Work and Pensions on non-resident parents being allowed £2,500 of unearned income that is not factored into payment plans.
Friday 2nd February
Saturday 3rd February
On Saturday, Marion held her month Wishaw Library surgery, allowing constituents to come along without an appointment for advice and assistance with a range of issues.