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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

Tory Cuts Close Erdington Police Station Front Desk - "the First of many Bad New Announcements to Come Following the General Election" - Jack Dromey

Jack Dromey, MP for Erdington and Labour’s Shadow Policing Minister today described the announcement by the West Midlands Police Service of the decision to go ahead with the closure of the Erdington Police Station front desk as “the first of many bad news announcements following the General Election”.

Mr Dromey had won a review of the decision by the West Midlands Police Service to close the front desk but, with it becoming clear that the unprecedented cuts to our Police Service by the Tories will continue, the Police went ahead with closure to protect the number of Police officers.

Update From Jack Dromey On labour's Erdington Improvement Plan

“The Blind and Partially Sighted are Entitled to Walk Down Erdington Streets in Safety” - Jack Dromey Takes the Initiative on Erdington High Street

“The Blind and partially sighted are entitled to walk down Erdington streets in safety”, Jack Dromey said today in announcing an initiative to make Erdington High Street a place where those with visual impairment can go to shop or eat. This followed a meeting with the Royal National Institute for the Blind, Guide Dogs for the Blind and Birmingham City Council in the Baptist Church at Six Ways.

“Erdington High Street Walk-In Centre Saved My Life” - “Now we need a Labour Government to save the NHS”

In a powerful video released by Jack Dromey Labour’s Parliamentary Candidate for Birmingham Erdington, Peter Mcdonald, a local man aged 61 tells the story of how the Erdington High Street Walk-In Centre saved his life when he had severe heart failure in the High Street in 2013.
“The Erdington High Street Walk-In Centre saved my life” said Mr McDonald. “It was scandalous that the Tories were contemplating closing the Walk-in Centres in Birmingham.”

“I Have Had a lot of Correspondence from Constituents Regarding the NHS. Please See My Response Below:”

Thank you for your email regarding the NHS, I am always pleased to hear from constituents with issues of interest and concern.