Government cash boost for Solihull manufacturing

The government is considering extra funding for advanced manufacturing in Solihull and Greater Birmingham, following a question in the House of Commons from local MP Lorely Burt.

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MP and comedian pledge for Marie Curie appeal

Solihull Liberal Democrat MP Lorely Burt has made a joint pledge with impressionist and comedian Jon Culshaw to support Marie Curie Cancer Care's Great Daffodil Appeal.

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£700k pot holes pot of cash for Solihull

More potholes on Solihull's battered roads can now be filled in after the borough was awarded a £723,664 grant in the Chancellor's Budget.

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£800 tax cut for 77,000 people in Solihull

An £800 Income Tax cut for people in Solihull is the real Budget boost, Liberal Democrat Lorely Burt said today.

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MP takes Ward 10 campaign to minister for dementia sufferers

Solihull Liberal Democrat MP Lorely Burt has met with Norman Lamb, the Government Minister with responsibility for dementia sufferers, to discuss the threatened future of dementia services in Solihull.

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6,000 families in Solihull to get help with childcare costs - Burt

A major childcare package is set to help 6,050 families in Solihull, Liberal Democrat MP Lorely Burt said today.

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Sixth Form College essay-prize winner’s day in Parliament

Sixth Form College student Sophie McHale joined local MP Lorely Burt for a day in Parliament after winning first prize in an essay competition run by the MP in honour of International Women's Day.

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Lode Heath School students interview MP for BBC

Students from Lode Heath School have interviewed local MP Lorely Burt on behalf of the BBC.

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MP launches campaign to save dementia ward

Solihull Liberal Democrat MP Lorely Burt has launched her campaign to save Ward 10 at Solihull Hospital.

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Sixth Form College student’s essay wins parliamentary prize

Sixth Form College student Sophie McHale will join local MP Lorely Burt in Parliament for the day on Thursday, 6th March after winning first prize in an essay competition run by the MP.

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