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The Protection of Family Homes (enforcement and permitted development) 10 Minute Rule Bill will:

-          Require the Department for Communities and Local Government to produce clearer guidance for Planning Authorities on when enforcement action should be taken and local authorities will need to produce an enforcement plan. ‎

Steve McCabe MP has welcomed the U-Turn by the Chancellor in the Autumn Statement following his announcement that he will not be cutting Working Tax Credits next year, but forgot to mention that he is still planning to restrict Child Tax Credits to two children per family.

 

Steve McCabe MP said:

 

 In Steve’s constituency of Selly Oak, 4.1% of people are unemployed compared to 2.4% nationally. This means that the suburban constituency is, quite astonishingly, now in the top 13% of constituencies for unemployment across the whole country. And for those in work, a fifth of people are earning below the Living Wage.

Over 70 local residents turned out on Saturday 7 November to attend a meeting organised by local MP Steve McCabe (Birmingham Selly Oak) to show support for The Protection of Family Homes (enforcement and permitted development) 10 Minute Rule Bill.

 

Steve McCabe MP for Birmingham, Selly Oak has joined campaigners from the Arrhythmia Alliance to raise awareness of Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA), the UK's leading killer. Steve signed a pledge in support of the Arrhythmia Alliance’s ‘Now is the Time’ Manifesto. 

Job Title: Parliamentary Intern

6 Months Fixed Term Contract, 2 days per week (Tuesday and Wednesday)

Based at Westminster

Salary: London Living Wage (in line with IPSA pay scales)

 

 

Steve McCabe MP is looking to recruit a Parliamentary Intern to assist him in his busy Westminster Office.


Main Responsibilities - the successful applicant will be expected to:

Steve McCabe, MP for Birmingham, Selly Oak, joined families and campaigners to highlight the issue of critical neonatal staff shortages following the latest report from special care baby charity Bliss.

The report shows that there is a severe shortage of neonatal nurses and doctors, meaning neonatal units are not meeting national standards on safe staffing levels for premature and sick babies.

Amongst its key findings the Bliss baby report 2015 found:

Steve McCabe MP for Birmingham Selly Oak, joined campaigners in Parliament to raise awareness of the potential risks of some children’s fancy dress costumes this Halloween.

Steve has spoken out against George Osborne’s planned cuts to Working and Child Tax Credits, slamming the cuts as short sighted and hitting the poorest the hardest.

 

Before the Election in May 2015 David Cameron promised there would be no cuts to child tax credits, but in the Chancellor’s Summer Budget in July he announced cuts to Working and Child Tax Credits which will hit working families on low incomes.

 

Steve has criticized the government for its secretive dealings around TTIP and said that research sponsored by the Washington based Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers which was withheld by the motor industry only served to cement his concerns.

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