In Parliament

Speaking in a wide-ranging debate on International Women’s Day, Margot James welcomes the number of women starting businesses, calls for more prosecutions for FGM and for more women to enter engineering careers.

Speaking in a debate held as a result of an e-petition, Margot James backs calls for Harvey’s Law - which would compel Highways Agency and council staff to try to identify pets killed on the roads.

Margot James questions the Government on steps taken to close tax loopholes left open by the last Government when aggressive tax avoidance flourished.

Proud of Stourbridge

Margot James, MP for Stourbridge, has congratulated the Stourbridge based founder of a local charity on her receipt of an award from the Prime Minister.

Margot James, MP for Stourbridge, has congratulated the team at St Thomas’s Church in Market Street in the town centre.

Margot has offered her congratulations to a voluntary group from Stourbridge which has received the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service.

 

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Latest News
5th May 2016

Margot James, MP for Stourbridge, will host a charity fundraiser coffee morning next Friday in support of Christian Aid. [read more] about MP to host charity fundraiser with International Development Secretary Justine Greening

26th April 2016

Statement from Margot James MP and radio interview. [read more] about Junior Doctors’ Strike

26th April 2016

A breakthrough resolution in the Clockfields road saga means an agreement to maintain the area’s roads has moved a step closer. [read more] about Clockfields road saga nearing an end after major step forward

26th April 2016

Margot James, MP for Stourbridge, has welcomed the news that crime has fallen by 14% in the West Midlands since 2010. [read more] about Margot welcomes falling crime in the West Midlands

25th April 2016

Parliament debated a petition signed by over one hundred thousand people into brain tumours last week. A constituent asked me to speak in the debate and I was very sorry not to be able to do so. I promised her that I would raise awareness of the issue on my website and social media instead. [read more] about We need to do more to tackle the incidence and outcomes for people suffering brain cancer

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