12 Sep 2021

Labour MP on living with PTSD

Nadia Whittome quit university to become a care worker and then a Member of Parliament, and was voted into the House of Commons at just 23 years of age. But her struggle with her mental health meant she had to take sick leave for a few months this summer after suffering from PTSD.

This is her first week back in Parliament and she spoke to our reporter, Amelia Jenne, about managing her illness and her return to work