Could Harrow gain from recent socio-political changes?

bb2As Harrow East MP Bob Blackman has swiftly changed his direction from opposing Theresa May’s position to ‘remain’ in EU, to backing her, now prime minister, would he be able to remind Mrs May about the deprivation in Harrow, a place she visited to unsuccessfully uplift Tory profile at the elections.
London poverty and the council reports point out:
Harrow had the highest rate of low paid jobs of any London borough, having grown significantly between 2010 and 2014 (from 21% to 37%), but about average for low paid residents (21%).
By the end of last year, over 15000 families in Harrow were receiving Tax Credits, which helped the lowest paid families in Harrow with the cost of essential items such as food, child care and heating – as the cuts to universal credit will only compound the social and economic divisions , would the government now commit to reversing those changes so that our children do not have to pay the price of his government’s political choices.
Harrow had a high rate of under-attainment at GCSE level among pupils receiving free school meals (60% didn’t attain 5 A*-C GCSEs or equivalent), suggesting that while the majority of children do well relative to the rest of London, being from a low income family has a very significant effect in terms of educational attainment in Harrow, not being able to afford private tutoring.
Wealdstone is Harrow’s most deprived ward based on the overall Index of Multiple Deprivation.