Lorely Delighted to Support Helpful New Business

Solihull MP Lorely Burt was only too pleased to oblige when she was invited to go ‘OT’ in support of a new local business.

Read more

Cable Meets Apprentices as Solihull College Goes for Record

Business Secretary Vince Cable visited Solihull College and met trainees and apprentices there as the College gears up to train more apprentices than ever before.

Read more

Local MPs Team up over Schools Funding Timebomb

Solihull and Meriden MPs Lorely Burt and Caroline Spelman have met with a government minister to call for fairer funding for Solihull schools.

Read more

Burt Report Attacks ‘Unconscious Bias’ in Government Communications

Solihull MP Lorely Burt has urged the government to ‘think inclusively’ about women-owned businesses in her report, ‘Inclusive Support for Women in Enterprise’. 

Read more

College Principal welcomes MPs’ plea to Education Secretary

Solihull Liberal Democrat MP Lorely Burt has joined a 75-strong group of MPs urging the government to drop the ‘Learning Tax’ on sixth form colleges.

Read more

Burt backs research to save Emily, 8

Lorely Burt MP attended a British Heart Foundation event calling on the next government to guarantee the future of the science budget to protect lifesaving research.

Read more

Burt welcomes watchdog’s action plan for health trust

Solihull Liberal Democrat MP Lorely Burt has welcomed plans announced by health watchdog Monitor to oversee improvements in local NHS services.

Read more

How Solihull will Benefit from Growth Deal Expansion

Lorely Burt announced major transport improvements for North Solihull as well as a boost for Solihull College, at a press conference at the College.

Read more

Unemployment falls again in Solihull

Unemployment has fallen again in Solihull, with latest figures showing just 1.7% across the borough claiming Jobseeker’s Allowance in December 2014.

Read more

Gospel Lane Post Office inspected by Government Minister

Gospel Lane Post Office received a visit from the Minister for Postal Affairs, Jo Swinson MP.

 

Read more

Sign in with Facebook, Twitter or Email.