The Oxfam Syria Crisis Appeal is raising money to help provide access to housing, water and sanitation to the millions of refugees fleeing the violence currently happening in Syria.

Mr McCabe cut a ribbon to mark the opening of the new offices, in the company of Peter Roach, Chief Executive and Duncan Cadbury, Chair of Trustees at Bournville Village Trust.

Member of Parliament for Birmingham Selly Oak Steve McCabe MP has commented on the default of the South Birmingham Community Credit Union (CommuniSave) that was based in his Constituency.

Steve McCabe MP said:

“I am sad to see the collapse of the CommuniSave credit union.

Steve McCabe MP is concerned and disappointed that the Planning Inspectorate chose to refuse ASDA’s appeal for the former ArvinMeritor site between Pershore Road and Fordhouse Lane in Stirchley.


More than 30 children took part in the session and grilled Steve for over an hour on what it is like to be a Member of Parliament and act as a representative for more than 75,000 people.

Questions were asked on a wide range of topics: national, international and local and included questions on Syria, feeding the hungry, international aid, taxation, Police Commissioners, unemployment and litter.

Research shows the Summer Reading Challenge increases children’s reading range and their enjoyment of reading significantly. It builds confidence and independent reading, while combating the dip in children’s literacy levels during the long break from school.


Baverstock Academy has been named Most Improved School of 2012 following outstanding GCSE results in Summer 2012, and is one of the most improved schools across the country.



Sainsbury’s Maypole staff and customers have voted the Midlands Air Ambulance Charity as their chosen local charity of the year and they hope to raise £10,000 for the charity over the next year.


The NHS is suffering from an A&E crisis which is why Steve McCabe is asking people in Birmingham  to join Labour’s campaign calling on David Cameron to keep his promise to protect our health service.

Here in Birmingham staffing shortages have left the Queen Elizabeth Accident and Emergency Department overstretched, with experts warning that services across the country could fail by the winter if urgent action isn’t taken.

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