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Steve McCabe MP recently met with The Royal British Legion’s local Area Manager Ian Barber at their Birmingham Pop-in Centre to discuss support for the Armed Forces community.

 

Yesterday, Labour called on the government to abandon its plan to scrap maintenance grants for the poorest students in England and replace them with loans. The motion put forward by Labour to annul the regulations, which were sneaked through in a Legislation Committee, was narrowly lost meaning the changes will go ahead.

 

Local MP Steve McCabe met with staff and patients at the West Midlands Rehabilitation Centre based in his constituency of Birmingham, Selly Oak.

Steve was invited for a tour of the centre by General Manager Operations Jonathan Craven who it turns out is also a constituent.

Steve McCabe MP for Birmingham, Selly Oak has praised Bournville Gardens on his recent visit to the brand new retirement village in the heart of the local South Birmingham community.

Steve met with the dedicated staff and residents to find out more about how the new retirement village supports its residents enjoy a healthier, active and more independent lifestyle by providing integrated housing, health and social care.

Steve McCabe MP has joined World Animal Protection in their campaign to save one of the world’s leading police departments – the National Wildlife Crime Unit.

Steve McCabe MP has expressed his shock after learning that its back to square one for Katie Road Walk-in Centre after years of uncertainty.

After nearly three years of back and forth with Birmingham CrossCity Clinical Commissioning Group, a ‘pre-consultation’ and numerous meetings with local residents, Steve was astonished to learn that the future of Katie Road Walk-in Centre is still undecided and a further consultation is planned.

 

The consultation ran from 16 July 2015 and closed on 8 October 2015, since then there has been silence from the Government about the results of the consultation and no indication when the results will be published.

 

Steve has tabled a Parliamentary Question demanding answers from the Government and hopes to receive an answer in the coming weeks.

 

Steve McCabe MP is urging residents to give safely to charities this Christmas by remembering the ‘Safe Xmas’ acronym developed by charity regulators; the Charity Commission and the Fundraising Standards Board.

Steve McCabe MP is advising constituents to know their rights when it comes to being confronted with unreasonable bailiffs and warns that bailiffs are not permitted to visit people’s homes on Christmas Day.

Steve has made it clear that people should know their rights and not be intimidated by bailiffs who aren’t following their code of conduct.

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Steve McCabe MP is inviting designated drivers to claim their reward for keeping the roads safe this Christmas.

Coca-Cola has launched its Christmas Designated Driver Campaign which rewards consumers who are driving to the pub this Christmas with a free soft drink.

Now in its eighth year, the festive campaign was launched at a reception in the House of Parliament at the start of December, and aims to encourage consumers to take a socially responsible approach to drinking over the festive period.

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