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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. 

Steve McCabe MP, Birmingham Selly Oak spent his Friday afternoon reading his favourite children’s book to a group of enthusiastic Year 4 pupils from Colmore Junior School as part of their ’secret reader’ project.

Steve McCabe MP, Birmingham, Selly Oak, has backed calls for better provision of support for local peop

Steve McCabeMP has pledged his support to Prostate Cancer UK’s Men United campaign.

Steve McCabe MP is backing Labour’s pledge to improve support for unpaid family carers.

To celebrate the launch of its ‘Neighbourhood Cinema’ Project the BFI (British Film Institute) is holding an open competition to give communities the chance to win a complete cinema package for their neighborhood venue, community centre or even local pub.

Steve McCabe MP (Birmingham, Selly Oak) has called for greater measures to be taken to help prevent cervical cancer, including strategies to prevent declining rates of uptake for cervical screening, and continued promotion of HPV (human papillomavirus) vaccination amongst teenage girls.

 

The Department for Communities and Local Government announced details of a £1million fund to help local authorities with the costs of seeking a court injunction against those who flout planning laws. Councils can apply for up to £10,000 per case to secure a court injunction.

 

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