The Labour MP for Selly Oak, Steve McCabe MP was in parliament today to hear the newly appointed Prime Minister, Liz Truss, address the House of Commons for the first time on energy prices during her first Prime Minister’s Questions today. Liz Truss is expected to announce her response to soaring energy bills tomorrow, which SellyContinue reading Steve McCabe Comments on New PM’s Cost of Living Plan
This government was elected on big promises that it would do right by people, so what’s gone wrong? You’ll remember, they were going to get Brexit done and level up our communities so that everyone could get on in life. We’ve now left the EU which means we should have £350 million per week extraContinue reading It doesn’t add up, Boris
Does Boris Johnson have something against pensioners? That’s a question I have asked all too often these days, especially since Dominic Cummings revealed that the PM wasn’t too bothered when he thought Covid was only killing the over 80s. Last week, free TV licences for over 75s ceased. It marked the end of a 20-yearContinue reading PM problem on pensions
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Steve McCabe MP has expressed his disappointment with the outcome of a Judicial Review which dismissed the case bought by campaigners BackTo60 against the government’s handling of the rise in the state pension age for women born in the 1950s.
Steve McCabe MP (Birmingham Selly Oak) has expressed his disappointment with the outcome of a Judicial Review which dismissed the case bought by campaigners BackTo60 against the government’s handling of the rise in the state pension age for women born in the 1950s.
The Birmingham MP has vowed to fight on with campaigners and has called on Boris Johnson to bring forward transitional arrangements in the Queen’s Speech next week.
Members of the Birmingham WASPI group joined thousands of other women on budget day to protest about changes to the state pension age for women born in the 1950’s.