Steve McCabe MP has spoken out against the Government’s proposals to change Junior Doctors’ work contracts which would lead to longer working hours and a pay cut.

Steve McCabe MP has expressed his sadness at the announcement that West Midlands Police are set to close a number of police stations across Birmingham.

Steve McCabe MP has tabled a Parliamentary Question to the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs asking what plans the Government has to review the existing law on fly tipping and waste offences which only allows local authorities to prosecute an ‘identifiable defendant’ for fly tipping.

Steve McCabe MP has tabled a Parliamentary Question to the Government demanding answers on the universal free school meals policy for infants aged 5 to 7 years old.

Steve has expressed concerns about the fact that the Department for Education will not comment on reports that axing universal free school meals is under consideration, just a year after the policy was implemented by the coalition government.

On Friday 18 September, Steve McCabe MP opened Yardley Wood Primary School’s new facilities, a two year refurbishment project in the making.

On Friday 11th September over 450 MPs attended the House of Commons for the debate on the Private Member’s, Assisted Dying (No2) Bill sponsored by my parliamentary colleague Rob Marris, the Member of Parliament for Wolverhampton South West.

Steve McCabe MP (Birmingham, Selly Oak), has joined with Breast Cancer Now to show his support for women with breast cancer by dressing up in pink and encouraging people across the constituency  to take part in  ‘wear it pink’, on Friday 23rd October.

Steve McCabe MP and student representatives from the University of Birmingham are calling for safe student accommodation in Selly Oak.

Steve McCabe has met with Tesco representatives to discuss the future of the proposed Stirchley super-store.


Tesco have told Steve that the continuing financial difficulties affecting the company means that they are unable to give a start date for the store this year but are still fully committed to the project. 



This Friday 11 September, Maypole Youth Centre are hosting a careers fair at All Saints Church Centre, Kings Heath. Drop in between 2-4pm.


The careers fair is for 16 – 19 year olds and people up to 25 years old with learning or physical difficulties and is a chance to talk about getting into work or training.


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