Steve and the Tabler’s were making the rounds in Brandwood with the Santa Sleigh Collection team asking people to donate whatever they could spare to support a local charity.


Steve McCabe MP proposed an Early Day Motion which called for the House of Commons to recognise the huge impact the cuts to local authority grants will have on Birmingham City Council.


Steve McCabe visited Royal Mail’s Moseley delivery office in his constituency to pass on best Christmas wishes and encouragement to the postmen and women at their busiest time of year.


Mr McCabe was shown round the office by local Delivery Office Manager Phil Edwards and was introduced to all the postmen and women who are working hard doing their bit to sort and deliver all the cards and parcels in the run-up to Christmas.


TeamV is a volunteer and leadership programme, run by Vinspired and powered by young people who are socially aware and want to encourage positive change in their communities. Every year it gives one hundred 18-25 year olds a chance to change the world, one campaign at a time.


Steve McCabe has signed an Early Day Motion urging the Government to support Diabetes UK’s 4 Ts campaign to raise awareness amongst everyone looking after or working with children and young people in the main signs and symptoms of Type 1 diabetes.


It is vital that Type 1 diabetes is diagnosed quickly, only around 9% of parents can recognise all the main symptoms of Type 1 – the 4 Ts of diabetes:

New research reveals that around 6,600 households in Birmingham Selly Oak are entitled to help with their energy costs and Steve is encouraging people to call a free helpline to find out about the assistance available. Nationally, more than one in ten UK households are eligible for help.



Steve asked the Department for Health (DoH) what steps officials were taking to make the public aware of the symptoms associated with carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning. Anna Soubry MP, a Minister for the Department for Health, responded by explaining that the DoH primarily raises awareness through guidance issued to medical professionals. NHS Choices also provide information on CO poisoning and its symptoms.


Steve has received a letter from the Government’s Planning Inspectorate which states that local opposition to development is not the “determinative factor” when making planning decisions


The above statement from the Planning Inspectorate followed a letter to the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government from Steve; who raised concerns about the decision to allow developers to build an 11.8 metre high telecommunications mast in the heart of leafy Bournville.



The environment agency have issued a flood warning for  the River Rea at Stirchley. At present there are no reports of property flooding from watercourses, but properties may be at risk.


The Environment Agency is warning residents to stay vigilant over the next few days as heavy rain falls and makes its way through the river systems. We have advised the public to stay away from swollen rivers and not to drive through floodwater.


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