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Steve had asked his constituents where the money should go and it was decided that Steve would donate £213 to each of these fantastic charities that do a wonderful job supporting their local communities.

 

Steve said:"I asked my constituents who this money should be donated to and they chose two very worthy causes.I’m very grateful to the anonymous donor.

 

Both of these organisations do great work and this money will make a huge difference to two brilliant local charities."

 Steve is delighted to announce that his friend Kevin Maguire, Associate Editor of the Mirror, broadcaster and  political commentator is paying a visit to his constituency to take part in a Question and Answer  event at 8pm<

Steve said: "since I was last in touch with you a lot has happened both in Westminster and in the constituency.   

 The plans amount to the closure of one in four ticket offices at railway stations across England and Wales. This will include Selly Oak, Hall Green, Acocks Green and Aston Stations.
 
Railway staff argue that unmanned stations are less secure with increases in vandalism and incidents of theft and assault. Surveys have shown that women and disabled users feel particularly vulnerable at stations which aren’t staffed. This was confirmed by a worker at Aston railway station; Vijay (pictured), who has worked for the railways for 23 years.

 Cadbury, now owned by US firm Kraft, will take on a further 54 research and development staff as part of a plan to introduce new products and develop existing ones

Steve said:

"Cadbury's new owner, Kraft, is creating more than 100 kobs in the UK, with more than half of these coming to Bournville.

THis is excellent news, coming a day after employment figures have shown that unemployment has risen to 1.58 million. I welcome these new jobs coming to Bornville, and I am glad to see Kraft investing in Bournvile and in the local economy".

The school also invited members of the local community including: members of Bournville Village Trust, school governors and representatives of the local community and businesses.

 

The constituents in this area were extremely worried, reporting dog and cockerel fights taking place on the site.

The problem was a complicated one to resolve as the land did not belong to the Council and therefore they could not evict the travellers from the land. 

After being alerted to the problem, Steve immediately contacted Chief Superintendent Kay at Bournville Police and urged him to do everything he could to protect local residents.

The organisation has been tasked with making each constituency more equal in size and reducing the number of MPs from 650 to 600.
 
Steve has said today that, “The Boundary Commission has made a dog’s dinner out of this Boundary Review. In this whole process there’s one group of people who have been cut out entirely- the voters who have not been consulted at all.
 

Excluding those in full time education, the number has risen to 709,000, an increase of 91,000. 

The number of people claiming Jobseeker’s allowance has risen by 20,300 to 1.58 million. The number of people employed in the public sector has fallen by 111,000, the largest fall since comparative records began. 

 Steve has highlighted the costly nature of the NHS reforms to the taxpayer. Professor Kieran Walshe, Professor of Health Policy and Management at Manchester University has suggested that the NHS reorganisation could cost up to £3bn. 

 

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