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John Hemming MP: Lib Dem - Yardley

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Service launched to reduce the pain of calling a call centre. 

26 Dec 17

Click here to try the beta test call entre phoning service “John Hemming, who has created an internet Startup called Cirrostratus
since he ceased being an MP, is launching a free online service to make
life easier for people phoning call centres.


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Statement re Grandparents and Locked Bedroom Case 

15 Sep 17

I have now reviewed the case paperwork for the above case where I have been asked for further and better particulars of the situation with the final hearing and had a meeting with the grandparents.


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Statement re false allegations from Esther Baker 

5 Sep 17

Statement by John
Hemming I am pleased that the
Police have now made it clear that there has been a concerted effort
to promote false criminal allegations against me and that the
allegations had no substance whatsoever.


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Looking at what Austerity means in terms of current public spending 

25 Jul 17

I have always wanted to put together some figures to see what has been happening to total government expenditure.


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Homelessness vs Selling Books 

3 Jun 17

Candidates in elections tend to find themselves very busy with lots of things to do.


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Scrapping free school lunches would waste £2,267,245 spent upgrading kitchens in Birmingham 

29 May 17

Plans by Theresa
May to axe free school lunches would waste the
£2,267,245 invested in Birmingham to upgrade school kitchens,
according to the Liberal Democrats.


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Jeremy Corbyn and John McDonnell 

28 May 17

Labour supporters have asked for some of the evidence of the various comments by Jeremy Corbyn and John McDonnell.


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A grassroots uprising against terrorism 

26 May 17

One thing I used to do when I was the Member of Parliament for Yardley was to call together meetings of all of the religious organisations in Yardley as a Yardley multi-faith group.


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The Conservative manifesto could lump residents of Birmingham with £65,182 social care bill 

22 May 17

Conservative
manifesto plans will mean the average household in Birmingham could
be forced to pay 39.5% of the value of their homes for social
care after they die, it has been revealed.


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Full scale of ‘dementia tax’ revealed as diagnosed cases rise to record high of 442,000 

22 May 17

The Liberal Democrats have slammed the Conservative proposed “dementia tax,” as official figures have revealed the number of people diagnosed with dementia reached a record high of over 442,000 last month.


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Labour Candidate faces integrity test on Nukes slur 

20 May 17

The Labour Candidate has recently claimed that John Hemming was campaigning for unilateral nuclear disarmament at the 2015 General Election.


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Rotherham and similar situations – independent scrutiny is needed – Labour were warned in 2007 

19 May 17

This is a link to a debate in 2007.


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BMA GP committee warns general practice is on the “brink of collapse,” 

19 May 17

BMA GP committee warns general practice is on the “brink of collapse” 
John Hemming says:
“Instead of £350m a week for the NHS, under the Conservatives we’ve seen the health service being gradually run into the ground.


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The top 10 articles people are interested in 

18 May 17

One thing about online systems is that it is possible to find out what articles are read by more people and which ones appear unimportant.


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Lib Dems announce £6,205,320 to give children in Birmingham a brighter future 

17 May 17

7,181 3-4 year-olds in Birmingham would benefit
from Liberal Democrat plans to triple funding for the early years
pupil premium, with gives extra cash to nurseries, preschools and
school receptions when they take on children from disadvantaged


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Lib Dems would give the West Midlands police force an extra £16,220,000 a year 

17 May 17

Liberal Democrats have announced they would boost investment in police forces by £300m a year.


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Lib Dems commit to £780 pay rise for public sector workers 

16 May 17

Liberal Democrats have announced they would end years of pay restraint for nurses, teachers and police by lifting the 1% cap on public sector pay and up-rating wages in line with inflation.


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Lib Dems to reinstate bursaries for student nurses 

16 May 17

Speaking at the Royal College of Nursing Congress, the Leader of the Liberal Democrats, Tim Farron, has confirmed that the Party would reinstate student bursaries, which benefit nursing, midwifery and allied health students, with immediate effect.


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Lib Dems launch “start-up allowance” for budding entrepreneurs 

16 May 17

The Liberal Democrats would give a “start-up allowance’ to help budding entrepreneurs with living costs in the first six months of setting up their business.


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The Labour Candidates Book Promotion Tour and Why it matters 

16 May 17

In the 2015 General Election the Labour Candidate criticised John Hemming for having an external interest and made a pledge that she would be a “Full Time MP for Yardley and my only other job will be mom & carer …


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Lib Dems announce plans to address housing shortage in Birmingham 

15 May 17

The Liberal
Democrats have announced plans to address the housing shortage in
Birmingham and build more affordable homes.


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RCN warning on patients – Lamb responds 

14 May 17

The Liberal Democrats have responded to a report by the Royal College of Nursing warning of the threat to patient safety caused by the number of nurses jobs left vacant.


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Paddy Ashdown steps up bid to save the Royal Marines as Lib Dems commit to 2% NATO Defence Spending 

14 May 17

On the same day that the Liberal Democrats have announced a manifesto commitment to the NATO 2% defence spending target, former party Leader Paddy Ashdown has launched a petition to stop further cuts to the Royal Marines in which he served.


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Lamb: Hospital long waits reveal “dismal human cost” of NHS crisis 

11 May 17

The number of people waiting longer than they should for hospital care have hit a five-year high in England, figures show.


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Lib Dems announce £1bn of funding to transform mental health care 

11 May 17

The Liberal Democrats have today announced that £1 billion of the party’s additional health funding would be spent tackling the “historic injustice” faced by people with mental ill health.