First Constituency Wide Residents Meeting of 2015 – Immigration – Saturday 24 January 2015

by Liam Byrne | 19.01.15 | in: Constituency news, Equality, Hodge Hill, Immigration, Liam's Latest, Local campaigns, Local Issues, Local News, Residents Meetings, Uncategorized

Dear friends,

 

Many of you will have read, in my Winter Newsletter, about the three constituency wide residents meeting that I will be holding between now and the election. They’re on the 3 big issues residents tell me are most important – and I want to hear what you think needs to change in the years ahead.

 

· Fighting for more and better jobs, especially for our young people who need more to do

· Battling for a better NHS which residents feel is under real pressure. We need it to be world class, especially for our kids and older residents who have paid in for a lifetime

· And of course, changing our immigration system, which I’ve always talked about as long as I’ve been a MP

 

The first of these is this coming Saturday 24 January from 11:00 – 12:30 at St Margarets Heritage Hall. Details below.

Saturday 24 January 2015 11:00 – 12:30
Immigration: What needs to change?
Venue: St Margarets Heritage Hall, St Margarets Road B8 2BA

I hope you can join me for the first of these exciting opportunities to discuss the issues that really matter to us.

I look forward to seeing you on Saturday.

With all best wishes

 

Liam

 

PS. Details for the remaining two meetings are below:

Saturday 14 February 2015 11:00 – 12:30
NHS and Social Care: What’s the service we need in the 21st century for patients and carers?
Venue: The Beaufort Sports and Social Club, Coleshill road B36 8DX

Saturday 21 March 2015 11:00 – 12:30
New Jobs, Fair Pay, Fair Taxes – and Fair Tax Credits!
Venue: Shard End Community Centre, Packington Avenue B34 7RD

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