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On Wednesday 24 February, Steve McCabe MP (Birmingham Selly Oak) moved an Adjournment Debate in the House of Commons on the future of the popular Katie Road NHS Walk-in Centre in Selly Oak.

 

Steve called for the debate following the news that the NHS Clinical Commissioning Group responsible for the Urgent Care in Birmingham was beginning yet another consultation on the future of the walk-in centre.

 

Steve called for the debate following the news that the NHS Clinical Commissioning Group responsible for the Urgent Care in Birmingham was beginning yet another consultation on the future of the walk-in centre.

 

He questioned the Minister on how much public money had been spent on these consultations and if there is a limit on how much they can waste on redundant consultations. Steve also asked for assurances that the Walk-in Centre would not be moved to the A&E Department at the QE Hospital.

Steve McCabe MP has welcomed the recent announcement from Willmott Dixon that their apprenticeship scheme is open again this year for applications in Birmingham and is encouraging his constituents to apply.

One of the UK's leading independent construction and property services companies Willmott Dixon has announced that its annual apprenticeship vacancies are now being advertised across the region.

Steve McCabe MP for Birmingham, Selly Oak is backing the NSPCC’s ‘It’s Time campaign’ which aims to raise awareness of the scale of abuse people in the UK experience, and the problems many face getting the help and support they need.

Steve McCabe MP is taking the fight to save Katie Road Walk In Centre to Parliament this week after securing an end of day Adjournment Debate.

This Wednesday, Steve will raise serious questions in Parliament about the uncertainty that has surrounded Katie Road Walk In Centre over the past three years. After years of campaigning to keep the well-used local Walk In Centre open, Steve and his constituents are no closer to knowing what is happening with the facility.

Talented Selly Oak based Deaf artist Olivier Jamin showcased his original artwork to local MP, Steve McCabe at Grand Central this week.

Steve McCabe MP for Birmingham, Selly Oak has joined with campaigners and volunteers from leading charity Alzheimer’s Society for the launch of their new campaign ‘Fix Dementia Care’ which calls for improvements in hospital care for people living with dementia.

Steve McCabe MP says that new alarming statistics show that naturally violent crime is up as a result of severe cuts to Police budgets.

Steve McCabe MP for Birmingham, Selly Oak has criticised the government’s plans to scrap the NHS Bursary for students of nursing, midwifery and allied health subjects.

Steve McCabe MP has asked the government to equalize access to IVF treatment across the country.

Steve raised this issue with the government after hearing from a number of his constituents who have been denied access to NHS funded IVF treatment because their partners have children from previous relationships. The women who contacted Steve met the age criteria and fit the wider criteria but were told they wouldn’t qualify even though they had no children themselves.

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