In Parliament

Margot James welcomes the establishment of a new careers and enterprise company for schools that will help prepare young people for the world of work. She calls for the new company to tackle the outdated images of industries such as manufacturing and construction, which put so many young people off but are vital and growing sectors of the UK economy.

Speaking in a Parliamentary debate about the resettlement of vulnerable Syria refugees, Margot James asks the Immigration Minister what is being done to encourage more local authorities to sign up to the vulnerable persons relocation scheme.

Speaking in the debate following the Chancellor’s Autumn Statement, Margot James welcomes falling unemployment, higher average pay and new shops opening in Stourbridge.

Proud of Stourbridge

Margot James, MP for Stourbridge, has congratulated The Porter and Woodman Group for expanding its manufacturing space and taking on new staff.

Margot James, MP for Stourbridge, has congratulated Stourbridge author David Massey for his nomination for the Dudley Teenage Book Award.

Staff from the Three Villages Medical Practice have raised over £500 for charity after walking in memory of their late colleague, Dr Liz Pope.

16th December 2010

Margot held a competition with Stourbridge and Halesowen Age Concern to find a design for her Christmas card.

The winner was Beryl Wall and Margot has presented her with a prize. The competition was organised by Barbara Glover, a local art teacher.

The winning design:

Winning design of Margot's Christmas card

 
 
Photo: Margot with Ron Dalton of Age Concern Stourbridge and Halesowen during her visit to the Elton Centre to present prizes for Christmas card winners.

Margot with Ron Dalton during her visit to the Elton Centre to present prizes for Christmas card winners

Raising Aspirations in Stourbridge

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