The NUT’s parliamentary work aims to develop effective working relationships with members of both Houses of Parliament. We seek to influence politicians across the political spectrum, policy, parliamentary debate and legislation on education issues as well as those which impact on teachers and children more generally.The NUT regularly submits written evidence and gives oral evidence to parliamentary inquiries as well as briefing MPs, Peers and local government.
The Chancellor will deliver his Spring Statement on 13 March. Find out more about our campaign against school cuts here and back our call that the Government should start investing in education.
PParliamentary Select Committees
Please find below examples of the NUT’s involvement in the work of Select Committees during this parliamentary session.
Alternative provision inquiry
NEU Written Evidence – 12 December 2017
Retaining and developing the teaching workforce
NEU Written Evidence – 15 November 2017
Economics of higher, further and technical education
NEU Written Evidence – 31 October 2017
Children and young people's mental health - role of education inquiry
NUT Written Evidence – February 2017
Early Day Motions (EDMs) we support:
Local Government Funding (tabled 06.12.17)
Certification Officer's Levy on Trade Unions (tabled 31.10.17)
Pay Rise for Public Sector Workers (tabled 24.10.17)
Fit and Fed Campaign (tabled 28.06.17)
Education Funding in Coventry and Nationally (tabled 27.06.17)
Statutory Maximum Working Temperature (tabled 26.06.17)
For further information about our work in Westminster or for advice about how to lobby your MP locally, please contact the Union’s Parliamentary Officer Chris Brown on 0207 380 4712 or email@example.com