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Missed Collections in Edgbaston 

9 Apr 18

The depot have informed me that there are a number of missed collections in Edgbaston ward today due to sickness, and I have already heard from constituents that Westbourne Rd, Vicarage Rd, and part of Pershore Rd have all been missed.


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Andrew Mitchell MP launches 2018 annual report 

9 Apr 18

Andrew Mitchell MP has launched his annual (2018) report back to his constituents which is being distributed throughout the Royal Town this week.


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Sutton Cottage Hospital 

9 Apr 18

Andrew Mitchell MP hails promising developments for the revitilisation of Sutton Cottage Hospital after meeting with the new Birmingham Community Healthcare Chief Executive.


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Sutton Cottage Hospital 

9 Apr 18

Andrew Mitchell MP hails promising developments for the revitilisation of Sutton Cottage Hospital after meeting with the new Birmingham Community Healthcare Chief Executive.


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Busy Saturday In Edgbaston 

7 Apr 18

Very busy Saturday in Edgbaston – six out on the doorsteps with lots of people busy working behind the scenes too.


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Door Knocking In Edgbaston Tonight 

5 Apr 18

Good to chat to so many people on the door step tonight.


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Good Canvassing 

4 Apr 18

Good evening’s canvassing in Edgbaston tonight – and it didn’t rain…


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Flooding Issues in Ward 

4 Apr 18

Above are a few videos I took of flood water taken mostly on Easter Monday, 3 April 2019, whilst below is a montage of images taken the same days.


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Lenten Lecture 

3 Apr 18

Andrew Mitchell has delivered his annual Lenten Lecture at the Sutton Coldfield Baptist Church to an audience drawn from across the Royal Town.


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Andrew Mitchell MP visits Sutton Coldfield Food Bank 

3 Apr 18

Andrew Mitchell MP has visited Sutton Coldfield Baptist Church during one of their daily food bank services to thank the hardworking volunteers.


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Canvassing In Edgbaston 

31 Mar 18

Good canvass in Edgbaston this morning – but wish it would stop raining…


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It May Be Raining… 

29 Mar 18

…but we’re out campaigning! Good canvass despite the weather…


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Solihull Police Station 

28 Mar 18

The dust seems to be settling on this issue, which I feel has been a bit of communications foul-up.


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Currency Stolen from Tamworth Business 

27 Mar 18

Over £3,000 in British and foreign currency has been stolen from a scaffolding business in Tamworth.


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‘We will demolish every council high rise tower block in Birmingham’, say Tories 

27 Mar 18

‘Every resident of Birmingham deserves to live in a decent quality home’, says Conservative leader…


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Rubbish Issues 

26 Mar 18

Birmingham Council has had issues with its rubbish collection service again today.


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Andrew Mitchell cautiously welcomes emerging ideas for Langley 

26 Mar 18

Andrew Mitchell MP has met again with the Langley Sutton Coldfield Consortium about their proposals for 6,000 homes to be built in Langley.


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Labour Get Their Boundaries In A Muddle 

25 Mar 18

Another lovely day for leafletting today.


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Campaign Launch 

24 Mar 18

Cllr Robert Alden, WM Mayor Andy Street and James Morris MP launched our Conservative campaign to take back Birmingham today and then we hit the doors in Edgbaston once again.


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Let’s Turn Birmingham Blue! 

23 Mar 18

Conservatives from across the city will be out campaigning in Birmingham this weekend.


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Police Launch Investigation Following Suspicious Incident in Tamworth 

22 Mar 18

Staffordshire Police are investigating the report of a man stopping his van by a 12-year-old boy who was walking his dog and then attempting to grab the boy by his jumper.


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PHE Report says Water Fluoridation is Effective and Safe 

22 Mar 18

Public Health England (PHE) has today published its Water fluoridation: health monitoring in England 2018 report on behalf of the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care.


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Tories would stop new Birmingham residents from applying for council houses 

22 Mar 18

Only those who have lived in Birmingham for five years would be able to apply if Tories came to power…


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Hear the State of Tamworth Debate on Thursday 

20 Mar 18

Tamworth goes under the spotlight later this week when all 30 councillors take part in the annual State of Tamworth Debate on Thursday.


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Burntwood Labour councillors call for Conservatives to take action to keep grit bins stocked up 

19 Mar 18

Labour councillors in Burntwood have called on the Conservatives to ensure local grit bins are refilled.