Posts by Liam Byrne

Byrne Launches Crime Campaign as City Wins Home Office Cash

by Liam Byrne | 04.11.08

Liam Byrne MP today launched a new campaign with Hodge Hill residents to help shape police priorities – and pin down where offenders need to make amends. The campaign launch comes on the day that Birmingham was awarded €50,000 to hire a new Neighbourhood Crime and Justice Co-ordinator to co-ordinate local action to make services […]

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Justice seen is justice done

by Liam Byrne | 04.11.08

I’ve been campaigning for more police with tougher powers since I was elected as a MP. Today I’m launching my new campaign to help make sure local residents have their voice heard shaping the priorities of our new, excellent local police teams. What’s more, I want local offenders clearing up local mess – repaying their […]

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Byrne Demands Answers

by Liam Byrne | 20.10.08

Liam Byrne MP today labelled Birmingham City Council ‘unacceptable’ for refusing to answer his Freedom of Information request about the sale of Hodge Hill playing fields to supermarket giant Tesco. The Member of Parliament for Birmingham, Hodge Hill demanded to be told how much money Tesco had paid to Birmingham City Council for Brockhurst Playing […]

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Byrne thanks Hodge Hill for help

by Liam Byrne | 10.10.08

Liam Byrne MP today thanked residents of Hodge Hill for his new Government job at his monthly after work get together for local residents in Hodge Hill. The MP for Hodge Hill was sworn in as a member of the Privy Council by the Queen at Buckingham Palace last night when Her Majesty presented Mr […]

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Byrne Thanks Hodge Hill for Cabinet Move

by Liam Byrne | 03.10.08

Liam Byrne MP today spoke of his ‘great pride’ in being appointed to the Cabinet – and gave the credit to his constituents in Hodge Hill for the move. The Hodge Hill MP, elected four years ago, was asked by Gordon Brown to serve as Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster and Minister for the […]

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Byrne Challenges Cameron on Skills

by Liam Byrne | 29.09.08

Liam Byrne MP today challenged David Cameron to reverse his ‘idiotic’ pledge to cut skills investment in the West Midlands. The Conservatives plan to cut some £1bn from workplace learning by abolishing the government skills service for business, Train to Gain. The plans would mean an estimated 87,760 in the West Midlands cut off from […]

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Byrne Runs Cannon Hill

by Liam Byrne | 29.09.08

Liam Byrne MP for Hodge Hill and Minister for the West Midlands joined runners from the across the country on Saturday for the Foundation for Conductive Education 10KM at Cannon Hill Park, Birmingham. Byrne, a keen runner who completed the Stratford half-marathon earlier this year with a personal best of 1hr 58mins, used the race […]

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Liam Launches ‘RubbishTV’

by Liam Byrne | 29.09.08

Liam Byrne MP today launched ‘RubbishTV’ – so everyone can see the state of the streets in Hodge Hill. Earlier this year David Cameron, Leader of the Conservative party said that the streets of Solihull were clean thanks to a well run council. But it’s a different story in Conservative led Birmingham where residents have […]

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Byrne Celebrates more School Places for Washwood Heath

by Liam Byrne | 19.09.08

Liam Byrne today visited Thornton Junior School to hear about their plans for expansion. The school will make history next month when work begins to create new classrooms, allowing them to take infants for the first time from September next year. Headteacher, Linda Webster said: ‘I am delighted our offer to expand the school has […]

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British Pakistanis can help fight poverty

by Liam Byrne | 15.09.08

Ambitious plans for the UK to reduce poverty in Pakistan were today unveiled by International Development Minister, Shahid Malik and Liam Byrne, Regional Minister for the West Midlands. The launch of the Pakistan country plan in Birmingham marks the beginning of an unprecedented tour around the UK to meet people of Pakistan origin. During the […]

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