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Ellie Reeves

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Gender Female
Spouse John Cryer
Office Member of Parliament of the United Kingdom
Party Labour Party
Siblings Rachel Reeves
Job Politician
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Ellie Reeves Life story

Eleanor Claire Reeves is a British Labour Party politician, and the Member of Parliament for Lewisham West and Penge. She is the sister of an MP, Rachel Reeves, and married to another MP, John Cryer.


Ellie reeves is a memebr of parliament of the united kingdoms.He was born on april 12.1979 in london.England.She is 41 years old.She is 5 feet 5 inhces tall and weighs about 130 pounds.She has brown eyes and a slim body type.Her zodiac sign is aries.


Elile reeves is married to john cryer.Who is also a member of parliament.They have two children together.She has two siblings.A brother and a sister.Her parents are both retired teachers.She also has several relatives living in the united kingdmo.

Education and Career

Ellie reeves attended the university of oxford.Where she aerned a degree in politics.Philosophy.And economics.She hten went on to pursue a career in poiltics.She was elected as a member of parliament in 2010 and has been serving in that role ever since.

Most Important Event

In reeves was appoitned as the shadow minisetr for women and equalities.In this role.She has been working to promote gender equality and women s rights in the united kingdom.

Life Story

Ellie revees has always been passionate about politics and social justice.She was inspired by her parents.Who were both teachers.To pursue a career in politics.She has been a mmeber of parliament since 2010 and has been working to promote gender equality and women s rights in the united kingdom.She is a strong advocate for soical justice and has been a vocal supporter of the lgbt+q community.She is also a passionate advocate for the environment and has been working to promote green policies in the united kingdom.

Windrush scandal: Sajid Javid apologises to woman wrongly denied help

Feb 15,2020 9:24 pm

The home secretary has apologised to a 41-year-old woman who faced deportation and eviction after being

Willow Sims, who moved to the UK from the US aged four, lost proof of her indefinite leave to remain when she was taken into foster care.

Sajid Javid said he was "concerned" by the mother-of-two's story.

Ms Sims said she hoped the Home Office would find a solution "so that nobody has to not exist ever again".

She worked as a teaching assistant until last year, when she was subjected to a routine DBS (Disclosure and Barring Service) check by her employers.

Without the necessary documents, she was unable to prove her immigration status, and subsequently lost her right to work, and her access to healthcare and benefits.

She is now thousands of pounds in debt and reliant on food banks.

The Windrush taskforce was Set Up last April to help thousands of people who were wrongly targeted by the Home Office 's "Hostile Environment " strategy for Illegal Immigration .

People of any nationality who settled in the UK before 31 December 1988 can apply to the taskforce for help securing proof of their status.

But when Ms Sims rang the helpline she was told she did not qualify for assistance because she was not from a Commonwealth country.

Later, after the BBC approached the Home Office , it confirmed she was, in fact, eligible After All .

Mr Javid told MPs in the House of Commons on Tuesday: "I Am absolutely happy to apologise to her for the mistakes of the Home Office in not recognising the importance of her case right from The First moment she contacted the Home Office . "

He has committed officials in his department to further training to prevent similar errors happening again.

Willow Sims (left) lost her right to work in the UK, despite having lived in the country since she was four

Responding to Mr Javid's statements, Ms Sims said: "I'm just so happy that I have a name again and that I'm a person again.

"I just hope a solution can be found so that nobody has to not exist ever again. "

Ellie Reeves , Ms Sims' local MP, said her constituent was "failed by mistakes at every level of government" and called for the "chaos" to be "urgently rectified".

windrush scandal, uk immigration, home office, sajid javid

Source of news: bbc.com

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