Steve McCabe MP shared his transport results with HS2 and Centro bosses.

Steve McCabe MP, Shadow Children and Families Minister has been making his contribution to a city wide consultation on improving mental health services for children and young people in Birmingham which is being led by Clinical Commissioning Groups across Birmingham and Sandwell.

Steve McCabe MP hosted one of his regular Report Back meetings with constituents at Warstock Community Centre on Thursday 1 May 2014.

David Blunkett MP today published his report ‘Review of education structures, functions and the raising of standards for all: Putting students and parents first’ which sets out Labour’s plans to devolve more responsibilities and oversight of school standards to local school commissioners and away from Whitehall.


The sewers in Stirchley have been serving the community for many years but there are parts of the system that need improving.  Severn Trent Water started work in January 2014 on 2 large underground storage tanks in land off Pershore Road and Ripple Road. Work is progressing well and the tanks are almost complete.

Please note that Steve McCabe’s advice centre due to be held on Saturday 3 May will not be at Christ Church, 953 Pershore Road. Instead it will be held for this week only at Selly Park Baptist Church 1042 Pershore Road, this is just down the road.


Steve is inviting local residents to come along to his regular Report Back which will give people the opportunity to raise local and national issues which matter to them.


Please contact Steve McCabe MP’s office on 0121 443 3878 or email steve@stevemccabe.me.uk for further details and to book your place.

Steve McCabe MP is demanding a meeting with Minister of State for Disabled People after being inundated with complaints from vulnerable constituents about the Personal Independent Payment application process.

The scheme is organised by local activist and community campaigner Roger Dennis who has reclaimed the land at the rear of the Brandwood Centre, adjacent to the railway embankment, and is now putting it to good use. It had previously been used as a dumping ground for all sorts of rubbish and had become an overgrown jungle.



The fall in the unemployment rate to 6.9% for the UK as a whole is positive but look a little deeper and the story isn’t so rosy in all parts of the country. Unemployment actually rose in the West Midlands to 8.2% and the number of people claiming Job Seekers Allowance in Birmingham Selly Oak constituency still remains in the top 20% of the country.


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