I love Birmingham Rep. It’s a beautiful building and has long been one of the cultural jewels as our only producing theatre with something for everyone. Birmingham’s reputation is built on our industrial heritage which means that many people hear Birmingham and think engineering, cars and manufacture. That’s OK until some, who’ve probably never setContinue reading Dish out the £1.5bn arts fund
Steve McCabe, MP for Birmingham Selly Oak, is calling for reconstruction and innovation to tackle unemployment as we attempt to recover from the coronavirus pandemic.
A number of fantastic organisations in our city are distributing food to those in need, including The Active Wellbeing Society, Birmingham Real Junk Food Project and our Foodbanks. But they need our help. West Midlands Police are helping to coordinate the #FeedBirmingham initiative so that we can all keep these groups supplied with what they need.
This list will be updated as new information is received. Last updated: April 16 2020
Steve McCabe, MP for Birmingham Selly Oak, has written to the Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab urging him to mount a rescue operation for British Citizens stranded abroad as a result of the Covid-19 outbreak.
Steve McCabe, MP for Birmingham Selly Oak, has called on Turley Developers to temporarily withdraw their Planning Application to build over 1000 student accommodation units on the former Sainsburys site in Selly Oak for the duration of the coronavirus pandemic.
Steve McCabe MP has put together some help and guidance for employees and employers during the coronavirus outbreak
Following the advice from the Parliamentary Authorities and given the new restrictions the Government have introduced I have taken the difficult decision to cancel my Advice Centres as a precautionary measure. I will keep this under review over the coming weeks. You can continue to email me or phone my office on 0121 443 3878 if you need any help and I will be shortly be setting up telephone and video link advice centres, look out for more details on my website.
Going forward my office will be focusing on the most urgent casework enquiries. I am sure you will agree we do not want to put unnecessary pressure on our public services who are rightly doing everything they can to help delay the spread of coronavirus, protect the most vulnerable and ensure services can keep going.
We will try and respond to all enquiries as quickly as possible but we will all need to be patient in what is going to be a difficult period.
You can contact Steve in any of the following ways:
Phone Steve’s office on 0121 443 3878
Important Update from Steve on Covid-19
I know people are extremely concerned about the coronavirus, how it might affect their loved ones and the impact on all of our lives in the coming weeks and months.