Here you can find Amber's speeches and appearances in Parliament (provided by theyworkforyou):
We have still lifted 400,000 people out of absolute poverty since 2010, but I acknowledge that there is more to do.
I thank my hon. Friend for so succinctly summing up the good news for us. I would add that income inequality has also fallen.
I am sorry, but I am going to disappoint the hon. Gentleman. I think we have the right welfare system.
I recognise that for single parents it can be hard to manage on funds, and to manage childcare and being able to access work.
That is a very good question. As the hon.
The best way for poverty to be solved for families is for parents to be able to access full-time work. I know that the hon.
The hon. Gentleman can call it a loan; I can call it an advance.
I am committed to making sure that we reduce poverty and focus particularly on child poverty.