Adrian Bailey MPFollow
Labour and Co-operative Member of Parliament for West Bromwich West. If you are a constituent in need of assistance, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
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Whoever the next Prime Minister is, they need to face up to the reality that crashing out of the EU on the 31st October will do considerable damage to this country. Here are my own thoughts on why no deal has nothing to offer the UK, and the Black Country especially:
We can't let the life chances of the younger generation to be endangered by austerity. That’s why I added my signature to the letter that @SIGOMA_LG delivered to the PM this morning, calling on the gov’t to put an end to the cuts that have devastated children’s services.
This week, I added my signature to the list of MPs supporting @NFUWestMids Home-grown Heartland campaign to promote regional farmers and their produce. Great to support a sector that contributes so much to our local economy, as well as giving us great quality affordable food. https://t.co/HFndM5bqzz
This week, I added my signature to the list of MPs supporting @NFUWestMids Home-grown Heartland campaign to promote regional farmers and their produce. Great to support a sector that contributes so much to our local economy , whilst also supplying us with great quality food. https://t.co/a3Mnpzd38S
Now more than ever, it is vital that we preserve the UK's proud history as a leading destination for international students from around the world. Last week, I spoke about how we can do this in a debate on the govt’s International Education Strategy: youtube.com/watch?v=XuR2Zr…
Over the past 9 years, bus services have been hollowed out by severe govt cuts to council budgets. Action is needed if we are to protect access to buses for all who need them. That's why I'm on board for @TUCMidlands's #protectthepass campaign. theguardian.com/politics/2019/…