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Jack Dromey MP, Keith Heron (Chair of the Patient and User Group in Erdington) and hundreds of residents are celebrating after it was announced late last week that the walk-in-centres in both Erdington and Kingstanding had been saved from closure.

The centres were under threat because of short-sited Government cuts to NHS budgets locally.

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Walk-in-Centres Saved from Government Cuts After Residents Protest

A Tory Led Government that treats Birmingham and the West Midlands Unfairly - Dromey

Responding to the announcements yesterday of the Police Grant Settlement and today the Local Government Finance Settlement, Birmingham Erdington MP, Jack Dromey told the Commons:

A Tremendous Buzz from the Members of the Erdington Youth Parliament.Thanks to You All For Making the Day Such a Success

Jack Dromey: Birmingham Hit Hard by the Biggest Cuts in Local Government History- ‘These are Tory Cuts’

Responding to the Council White Paper published today on the 2015/16 Budget of Birmingham City Council, Jack Dromey, MP for Erdington today said:

“Birmingham has been hit hard by the biggest cuts in local government history.

“To add insult to injury our city has been treated less favourably that southern Tory shires.

Letter from Jack Dromey to Councillor Robert Alden - Proposed Closure of Front Desks of Erdington Police Station

Dear Robert

I wrote to you last Thursday, in response to your e-mail to me on Sunday 23rd November. I have heard nothing back from you and I understand that the Conservative Party now intends to raise the matter of the proposed closure of the front desks of local Erdington Police stations at full Council. I am writing to you again, therefore, not least because your posturing smacks of sheer hypocrisy.

Jack Dromey - Interview on the Autumn Statement