Leeds North West MP Greg Mulholland has led the launch of the new kit for the Political Animals, Parliament's own rugby league team.
The black and white kit was launched following the unveiling of Ladbrokes as the team's new sponsor. Greg, as Chair of the parliamentary rugby league group, launched the kit alongside Vice Chair and fellow MP Paula Sherriff, Ladbrokes's Director of Corporate Affairs Grainne Hurst, and Mark Ramsdale and Jack Baker, both from MR Sport, which provides the secretariat to the parliamentary rugby league group.
Leeds North West MP Greg Mulholland has accepted an invitation to join the national Youth Violence Commission.
Set up by Vicky Foxcroft MP (Lewisham Deptford), the Youth Violence Commission was launched on 12th July at London South Bank University, and is an opportunity to gain a better understanding of how violence manifests in young lives, what its drivers are and how key actors can work together to stop gang-related violence.
Leeds North West MP Greg Mulholland has tabled a parliamentary motion to mark World Hepatitis Day, which falls tomorrow, 28th July.
Hepatitis is the term used to describe inflammation of the liver and is usually the result of a viral infection or liver damage caused by drinking alcohol. There are various types of the condition, from Hepatitis A, B, C, D, or E, to alcoholic or autoimmune hepatitis.
As the nation marks the Centenary of the Battle of the Somme, Leeds North West MP Greg Mulholland is encouraging local residents to apply for Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) money to explore the stories of the First World War.
Following the phenomenal success of its community grants programme First World War: then and now, HLF has made an additional £4 million available for communities looking to explore, conserve and share local heritage of the First World War. Grants are available between £3,000 and £10,000.
The MP for Leeds North West Greg Mulholland has backed the local "Hands Up everyone welcome in Otley" event designed to show support for EU citizens and non EU citizens after reports of an increase in racism and xenophobia following the EU referendum.
Residents in Otley concerned about the reported rise in racism and xenophobia nationally have organised the "Hands Up everyone welcome in Otley" event for Saturday 30 July.
MP for Leeds North West, Greg Mulholland, is leading parliamentary celebrations of Yorkshire.
Yorkshire Day falls annually on 1st August and Greg has tabled a parliamentary motion calling on the House of Commons "to celebrate all that God's Own County has to offer" on this 41st annual Yorkshire Day.
The first one was held in 1975 in protest at local boundary changes proposed by the government at the time.
The statutory Pubs Code including the Market Rent Only option, introduced to tackle the exploitation of pub tenants by large pub companies, finally came into force today following a long campaign led by MP for Leeds North West and Chair of the Parliamentary Save the Pub Group, Greg Mulholland MP.
The Pubs Code regulates the conduct of the large 6 pubcos after years of complaints of unfair tied pricing and rents that caused many publicans to fail and led to the closure of many pubs. Now tied tenants of pubcos owning more than 500 pubs now have the legal right to take the Market Rent Only option, meaning they can have an independent assessment of the rent on a free of tie basis and choose to pay only that to their pubco, freeing them from excessive marked up tied price lists. Overall 12,000 tenants will now benefit from better rights and protection when dealing with their pub company.
Leeds North West MP Greg Mulholland has welcomed the inquiry launched into Leeds's two failed transport schemes.
A cross-party scrutiny panel will now look at the scrapping of Supertram in 2005, and the New Generation Trolleybus (NGT) scheme recently.
Each project spent 10 years in development, with £72 million of taxpayers' money spent in total.
Firstly can I thank those of you who have contacted me ahead of tonight's vote on Trident.
I believe that the UK still needs a minimum nuclear deterrent, but not a like for like replacement of Trident. I would very much like to see the Government pushing hard for reductions in stock piles of nuclear weapons.
Greg Mulholland MP took part in a 10k run on Sunday in memory of Sue Hope, St. Mary's, Menston teaching assistant and Our Lady and All Saints, Otley parishioner and catechist.
The run, which went through Otley and Pool, was organised by Jack Tunnecliff, a colleague of Sue's from St. Mary's raised money for the HCPT 198 Otley Group who Sue was involved with, who take sick and disabled children to Lourdes in France on pilgrimage.