Local MP for Birmingham Selly Oak, Steve McCabe has signed up to support the British Retail Consortium’s (BRC) Shopworkers’ Protection Pledge, vowing to stand with retail staff and support legislation to better protect shopworkers from violence and abuse. Violence and abuse of shopworkers remains a serious concern in Birmingham Selly Oak. Recognising the serious impactContinue reading Steve McCabe MP pledges to combat retail violence and protect retail staff
Speaking in the debate on the Police Grant Report on Monday 24th February, Steve McCabe told the Minister about the devastating impact of their cuts to policing and the poor response to fraud and retail crime. While Steve welcomes the news of an increase in funding for Police Services, he has concerns about the short fall that remains.
Watch Steve discuss the Report in Parliament here
Steve McCabe MP tells the House of Commons “We have a Prime Minister and a Government that seems to revel in creating injustice and cares about those rights which only benefit its own. That’s why the Queen’s Speech was wrong, it was a phoney and it was a fraud.”
Watch Steve’s full speech in the Queens Speech Debate here
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Steve McCabe MP (Birmingham Selly Oak), Chair of the All-Party Group on Retail Crime has called for a new retail crime prevention strategy.
Steve McCabe MP (Birmingham, Selly Oak) has slammed the Government over the rise in crime in the West Midlands which he says are a direct result of cuts to police funding.
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Today the National Audit Office has published a report revealing that the Government has no real “national picture of what [police] forces need”, “no common standards for measuring all demands for police services” and that, as a result, the existing funding formula for police services is not fit for purpose. The report says that “there are signs emerging that forces are finding it harder to deliver an effective service” and this is something Steve McCabe MP (Birmingham, Selly Oak) says is reflected in the experiences of his constituents.
Steve McCabe, MP for Birmingham Selly Oak has described charges to retrieve stolen goods as ‘outrageous’
Member of Parliament for Birmingham Selly Oak, Steve McCabe, said today he is not surprised by the announcement that crime is rising.
This week Steve McCabe MP met with the Minister for Crime, Safeguarding and Vulnerability (Victoria Atkins MP). The meeting was designed to follow up a number of issues Steve raised in a parliamentary debate in the Commons in October and had originally been arranged with Sarah Newton MP who left the Home Office in the recent reshuffle.