£250 Carer’s Bonus for 3,000 “unsung heroes” in Solihull

NEARLY 3,000 carers in Solihull would receive a bonus worth up to £250 a year under a Liberal Democrat government, it has been announced.

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MPs set to debate hospital car parking

Solihull Liberal Democrat MP Lorely Burt is backing a call by over 100 MPs for a debate in the House of Commons on hospital car parking charges.

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Roads, rail and planes – government money to benefit Solihull

Solihull will benefit from better local transport and an aviation engineering centre at Solihull College, thanks to the Local Growth Deal announced by the government.

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Advanced Manufacturing Hub follows MP’s call in Parliament

The government will fund an Advanced Manufacturing Hub for Greater Birmingham and Solihull following a call in Parliament by local MP Lorely Burt.

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Ambulances set to return in August

Double-Crewed Ambulances are set to return to Solihull this August.

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Health minister visits threatened dementia ward

Health Minister Norman Lamb visited Solihull Hospital to observe Ward 10, the dementia ward which local MP Lorely Burt is campaigning to save from closure.

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Fujitsu Apprentices Impress Business Secretary

The Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills, Dr Vince Cable, today visited Fujitsu's facility in Solihull for a roundtable discussion with the company's best and brightest, its apprentices.

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Vince Cable describes College as “beacon” for apprenticeships

Along with a host of Midlands' employers and apprentices, Solihull College welcomed Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg and Business Secretary Rt Hon Dr Vince Cable to an apprenticeship event at the College's Blossomfield Campus on Thursday.

 

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No crossing needed because ‘drivers will be more polite’ – council

Solihull Council has defended plans to remove a pedestrian crossing because it believes it can 'encourage a high level of courtesy from drivers towards pedestrians'.

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Surgery boots out 82 year old after 33 years

Solihull Liberal Democrat MP Lorely Burt is calling on Green Lane & Sheldon Surgery to reconsider its decision to force 82-year old May Jones to find a new surgery after 33 years with the practice.

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