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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

Jack Dromey MP backs Usdaw’s Campaign to Stop the Universal Credit Disincentive to Work

Jack Dromey MP joined USDAW shop worker members in the House of Commons to support their campaign to persuade the Government to change Universal Credit rules that mean working people will only be allowed to keep 24p in every pound they earn.

Shop workers union leader John Hannett believes that the huge 76% claw-back of additional earnings from workers on Universal Credit is unfair and a massive disincentive for people to look for ways to increase their income and work their way off benefits altogether.

Helping those without jobs train for skill - @BMETC invest £4 million in rebuilding Erdington Skills Centre

I am competing in the Great Midlands Fun Run on 1st June 2014. I am raising money for the League Of Friends at the John Taylor Hospice.

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Erdington MP Jack Dromey joins students from North Birmingham Academy on emotional visit to Auschwitz

Jack Dromey MP attends St Edmund Campion’s “C” Factor – “Magical Young Erdington Talent”

Erdington MP Jack Dromey was startled by the talent on display at the recent St Edmund Campion School “C” Factor competition.

The evening was hosted by ex-student comedian and actress, Jo Wainwright, with judges including The Voice finalist Mike Ward, James Michael and Rielle Carrington from Girl Group Miss Dynamix.