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Latest crime figures reflect what people are telling me; says local MP

Latest crime figures reflect what people are telling me; says local MP

Steve McCabe MP welcomes news that 27 Bus is saved

Steve McCabe MP welcomes news that 27 Bus is saved

Steve McCabe MP calls for change in law to help combat unauthorised encampments

Speaking in the debate on Gypsies and Travellers on 9 October, Steve McCabe MP called on the government to consider practical changes in the current law to help authorities deal with the problem of unauthorised encampments.

Childhood tooth decay - Steve McCabe MP calls for “explanation” from NHS England

Childhood tooth decay - Steve McCabe MP calls for “explanation” from NHS England

Steve has written to NHS England’s Regional Director for the Midlands and East, Dr Paul Watson, to express his disappointment at the omission of the West Midlands from a list of thirteen high needs areas for oral health improvements.

Birmingham MP Secures Key Commons Debate on Shocking Rise In Crime And Anti-Social Behaviour

Birmingham MP Secures Key Commons Debate on Shocking Rise In Crime And Anti-Social Behaviour

Steve McCabe MP has secured the opportunity to challenge the Government over their appalling record on rising crime and anti-social behaviour. It’s part of a campaign he’s been running which calls for much more robust action to tackle the rising crime and aggressive anti-social behaviour which is plaguing neighbourhoods right across Birmingham.

Why I voted against the EU Withdrawal Bill

Why I voted against the EU Withdrawal Bill

On Monday 11 September, Members of Parliament voted on the Second Reading of the EU Withdrawal Bill. Steve McCabe MP sets out why he voted against the Bill.

Steve McCabe MP has written to the Secretary of State for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs to ask her to refuse the application from the National Farmers Union to temporarily lift the ban on harmful neonicotinoid pesticides.

 

You can read Steve’s letter here

 

 

Steve has given his support to the charity’s Working for Change campaign which aims to change attitudes to hearing loss in the workplace amongst employers. Steve has supported a number of his deaf constituents in the past who have had problems getting the support they are entitled to in the workplace via the government’s Access to Work funding scheme.

Birmingham Selly Oak MP, Steve McCabe, has urged people living in the Midlands to protect themselves from the deadly threat of Carbon Monoxide (CO) poisoning.

Recent research from the Carbon-Monoxide – Be Alarmed! Campaign found that 47% of people in the Midlands and over 27 million people across the country are at risk of carbon monoxide poisoning, because they do not have a CO alarm fitted in their home.

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Articles by Steve

The last few weeks haven’t been the best for Ken Clarke what with his revealing comments on rape and the shambles over the 50% sentencing discount but Labour can’t assume that because the Tories are...

In the early 80s I worked with unemployed young people in Wolverhampton. It had a profound impact on me as I witnessed a generation denied the life...

Our Community

Birmingham Selly Oak is a diverse constituency in South Birmingham.

Birmingham Selly Oak is made up of the 4 local government wards of Billesley, Brandwood, Bournville and Selly Oak.

MY CAMPAIGNS

I am an involved in a number of long-running campaigns, including my Veterans' campaign, fighting crime and antisocial behaviour in our communities, standing up for victims and tackling unemployment....

STANDING UP FOR YOU

I have campaigned for school crossings, against poorly sited phone masts and taken up individual cases against organisations like Birmingham City Council. Click here to see...

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