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Steve McCabe voted to revoke the government’s ‘Firefighter’s Pension Regulations’ after he joined several other Labour front benchers in signing an Early Day Motion to secure a Parliamentary Debate on the issue. However Conservatives and Liberal Democrats pushed through the measure which many have branded as unworkable and unfair.

Steve McCabe MP has welcomed the Royal Mail’s announcement that their apprenticeship scheme is open for applications in Birmingham and is encouraging his constituents to apply.

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During Education questions January 19 2015 Steve McCabe MP questioned Edward Timpson MP (Parliamentary Under-Secretary of state for Education) on the Government’s recent appointment of ‘external improvement experts’ within children’s services. Steve McCabe MP asked when the decision had been made, how many experts will be required, what they will cost and who will be responsible for evaluating the success of this experiment.

Local MP, Steve McCabe, Birmingham Selly Oak faced a grilling from Year 6 students at Raddlebarn Primary School.

The students invited Steve to take part in their very own ‘question time’ style debate ahead of their exciting school trip to Westminster later on in the year. Steve was asked about his views on a range of important issues including the environment, welfare, discrimination, jobs, and crime as well as his role as the local MP.

Steve McCabe MP is warning his constituents to steer clear of Hamilton Tree Care after being contacted by his 75 year old disabled constituent who was unwittingly made to sign a £850 cheque for the trimming of an ivy plant.

Plans to kick start the Selly Oak Hospital Site development are underway after confirmation that the site has been sold to two developers; Persimmon and Charles Church. Steve McCabe MP met with project managers and the University Hospital Birmingham Trust to find out the latest developments on the project and to push for jobs for local people on the site.

Steve McCabe MP (Birmingham, Selly Oak) is backing the Arthritis and Musculoskeletal Alliance’s (ARMA) new Manifesto calling for improved health and care services for people living with all forms of arthritis and musculoskeletal conditions.

Steve McCabe, Labour’s Shadow Minister for Children and Families and MP for Birmingham Selly Oak, is backing the NSPCC’s new ‘Share Aware’ campaign which aims to get families talking about staying safe online.

Steve McCabe MP isbacking the British Heart Foundation’s call on the next government to protect the science budget to continue lifesaving research.

Steve joined 8 year old heart patient Emily Sullivan for a science lesson to highlight the importance of charities being able to continue funding medical research. Emily has had three open heart surgeries after being born with three large holes in her heart, a condition that more and more people are surviving because of BHF research.

Shadow Children’s Minister, Steve McCabe MP has praised local charity Aquarius for introducing a new service which offers one to one support and advice to anyone under 18 living in Birmingham affected by alcohol and substance misuse. 

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