Ten Key Local Issues and why you should vote Ade on 8 June

A Solihull resident for over 20 years, and campaigner and activist for many more, Ade shares the key local issues that he will focus on as your Lib Dem MP.

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98% of Solihull homes could be liable for the so-called ‘Dementia’ Tax

Ade Adeyemo joins his voice to a national movement calling on people to stop the Conservatives’ planned Dementia Tax.

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Lib Dem leader Tim Farron in Solihull to support our schools

Prospective Lib Dem MP Ade Adeyemo welcomed Lib Dem leader Tim Farron to Solihull to endorse Fair Funding for Solihull schools campaign.

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Lib Dems promise £30m extra for Solihull schools

Schools and colleges in Solihull Borough have been promised £30 million extra funding if the Liberal Democrats win power in the General Election on 8 June.

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Lib Dems announce £1bn of funding to transform mental health care

Mental health care matters in Solihull. Lib Dem councillors have fought hard to protect frontline acute mental health services here in Solihull, but Tory cuts have let us down.

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Lib Dems will make sure Solihull pensioners get an extra £770+ per year

More than 22,000 pensioners living in Solihull constituency will receive at least an extra £772 per year under Liberal Democrat manifesto plans to protect the ‘triple lock’ for state pensions.

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Lib Dems will invest £7bn in schools to protect funding per pupil

The Liberal Democrats have announced they will invest nearly £7bn more in schools and colleges over the next parliament. This means that crippling Conservative cuts to frontline school and college budgets here in Solihull will be reversed.

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What does Solihull’s future look like?

Ade Adeyemo sets out his vision for sustainable growth and development in Solihull.

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Schools in Solihull Borough set to lose £11.8 million

Government funding cuts mean Solihull Borough is set to lose £11.8 million by 2019 equivalent to cutting 317 full time teachers.

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Lib Dems penny for NHS would raise £24m extra for Solihull

Health and social care in Solihull is in crisis. Ade responds to the Liberal Democrat’s first major manifesto commitment to properly fund the NHS and social care.

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