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This was never going to be an easy decision, I believe MPs should think long and hard before they make such decisions. It was right that Labour MPs were given a free vote because I’ve become convinced that issues of such importance and conscience shouldn’t be subject to normal party discipline.

Steve McCabe MP is backing local independent businesses across his constituency to celebrate their contribution to Selly Oak as part of this year’s Small Business Saturday on December 5th.

Steve McCabe MP for Birmingham, Selly Oak, is supporting international Crohn’s and Colitis Awareness Week (1-7 December). The week long campaign aims to highlight the impact of living with Crohn’s Disease or Ulcerative Colitis, the two main forms of Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) which affect more than 300,000 people across the UK.

Steve McCabe MP for Birmingham, Selly Oak has joined campaigners and volunteers from sight loss charity RNIB to try and ensure that everyone diagnosed with sight loss receives practical and emotional support to come to terms with their diagnosis.

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Earlier this year Steve McCabe MP met with local residents to discuss their concerns about road safety on Gibbins Road and the Council have now confirmed that they are carrying out a public consultation.

Steve McCabe MP has welcomed the U-Turn by the Chancellor in the Autumn Statement following his announcement that he will not be cutting Working Tax Credits next year, but forgot to mention that he is still planning to restrict Child Tax Credits to two children per family.

 

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Steve McCabe MP and Councillor Eva Phillips (Brandwood ward) join Allens Croft children to mark Road Safety Week.

 

 In Steve’s constituency of Selly Oak, 4.1% of people are unemployed compared to 2.4% nationally. This means that the suburban constituency is, quite astonishingly, now in the top 13% of constituencies for unemployment across the whole country. And for those in work, a fifth of people are earning below the Living Wage.

Steve McCabe MP visited National Grid this week to meet up with Interns from Selly Oak Trust School and Queen Alexandra College who are currently doing a placement year at the electricity and gas company.

Over 70 local residents turned out on Saturday 7 November to attend a meeting organised by local MP Steve McCabe (Birmingham Selly Oak) to show support for The Protection of Family Homes (enforcement and permitted development) 10 Minute Rule Bill.

 

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