Birmingham Labour


Contact us

General Election Contacts:

Edgbaston Constituency

Tom Keeley (Chair)

0121 270 6470

Erdington Constituency

Josh Jones (Agent)

07391 161770

Labour Party Office, 77 Mason Road B24 9EH

Hall Green Constituency

Simon Slater

Hodge Hill Constituency

Liam Byrne

0121 7897 287

Ladywood Constituency

Caroline Badley

0121 661 9440 / 0121 270 7104

Northfield Constituency

Brett O'Reilly (Agent)

07914 427736

Perry Barr Constituency

Tristan Chatfield

07779 102292 / 07508 134034

Selly Oak Constituency

Fiona Gordon

07802 161372

Yardley Constituency

Keith Hanson

0121 569 1900

Labour Party Office:  64 Yardley Road B27 6LG

Sutton Coldfield Constituency

Rob Pocock


Birmingham Board Members:

Edgbaston Constituency:  Tom Keeley and Jenny Stevens

Erdington Constituency:  Josh Jones [   07763 767551   77 Mason Road B24 9EH] and Jilly Bermingham.

Hall Green Constituency:  Akhlaq Ahmed and Alison Gove-Humphries [Contact]

Hodge Hill Constituency:  Majid Mahmood and Diane Donaldson [Other contact Liam Byrne   07969 520131]

Ladywood Constituency: Martin Clee and Kath Hartley [Other contact 0121 661 9440]

Northfield Constituency:  Carole Griffiths and Joe Green.

Perry Barr Constituency:  Mahmood Hussain and Barbara Dring 

Selly Oak Constituency:  Sandra Jenkinson and Christine Wilkinson

Yardley Constituency:  Zaheer Khan and and Sharon Thompson.

Sutton Coldfield Constituency:  Roger Barley and Pat Holmes [Other contact Jack Moffat]

Group:  John Clancy, Ian Ward, Kate Booth and Yvonne Mosquito.

MPs/MEPs:  Liam Byrne and Gisela Stuart

TUs:  Mahmood Ahmed, Stewart Stacey, Penny Barber, Two vacancies.

Co-op and Socialist Societies:  Barbara Tassa

Young Labour:  Mariam Khan

Labour Students:  Lowri Jenkins

Ex-officio:  Keith Hanson, George Sinnott, Rob Pocock, Mohammed Idrees and Changese Khan.



Keith Hanson

Telephone:  0121 569 1900 (Regional Office in West Bromwich)   0121 569 1900 (Birmingham Office)

Mobile: 07740 610192

Write to:  Keith Hanson, 90 Bournbrook Road, Birmingham B29 7BU.


Fax:  0121 471 1832


Stewart Stacey


Vice Chair:

Penny Barber



commented 2018-06-20 16:07:22 +0100 birmingham/islamist labour surprise the birmingham labour party is giving there full support and backing to this islamist extremist
commented 2018-03-27 14:44:01 +0100
We have lost free school meals, what action do we plan to take here? This is a serious loss for labour and the community, a community already impoverished and relying on food banks.
commented 2017-09-07 08:12:46 +0100
I have been a Labour Party member for over 2 years. I am also on the Regional committee for UNISON Labour Link and am Branch Secretary / Convener for UNISON West Midlands Fire Service. Despite being a member for that period of time I have not been invited to any of the CLP meetings, I have never discovered when or where my local Branch meetings are held. I have made a number of efforts to contact the Secretary of Yardley CLP who is not returning my messages. He did some months ago , message me to say the Branch needed to pay an additional £6.00 to affiliate, this was paid and we have not heard anything since. UNISON donated £95.00 to the CLP General Election fighting fund, I also worked during the General Election.

The Only contact I get is asking me for money or time and help yet I have never attended any meetings or been given the opportunity. I have one letter a year inviting me to the AGM and this has fallen on the same date as UNISONs Labour LInk AGM, which I have to attend.

The Secretary is either incompetent or is deliberately blocking my democratic right and the rights of my members who have paid the UNION affiliation fee through Labour Link. Can you please investigate and come back to me. I have spoken to staff at Regional office and nothing has been done, should I go to National Office?
commented 2017-07-22 16:44:47 +0100
To rejoin the party
commented 2017-04-29 09:14:15 +0100
Hello, I’m a member of the Party and I would like to volunteer to hand out leaflets etc. I live in Northfield. Could anybody advise as to who I should contact, please.
commented 2017-04-20 20:02:20 +0100

Please, please update your website! People are coming to your site at this critical time to find out more about Labour and how they can volunteer – and the Get Involved volunteer pages invite people to volunteer in December 2016. Other pages are about the local elections in May, not the general election in June.

Please don’t waste this opportunity – there is no time to waste and we cannot afford to lose any potential votes or support. We’re in this together.

Thank you,

commented 2017-04-18 13:07:03 +0100
Just moved house to Northfield. Could you pass my details to the local branch. Want to get involved in campaigning for the GE.
commented 2017-03-22 11:04:20 +0000
MayoraI Elections

have read the Tory and Labour documents on their candidates. Neither inform me of their action for positive action should they be elected. I have full information on why i should not vote for the other candidate, but little of their own Manifesto. Please advise me of those of Mr Simon

Thank you
commented 2017-01-22 15:48:15 +0000
I am a third year student at the University of Bristol – I am from Birmingham and want to get involved with my local labour party.

My constituency is Ladywood and I would like to get in contact with representatives from the Labour party in that area to see how I can volunteer my time.
commented 2016-11-17 22:23:00 +0000
I would like to find out when and where branch meetings are held, also to receive the minutes. I live in Bournville B30.
commented 2016-10-11 17:00:17 +0100
I would like to join the labour to support young people in care who are very disadvantaged in society

I want to make a difference
commented 2016-10-07 07:13:57 +0100
I would like to know when the next Hodge Hill meeting will take place and the venue
commented 2016-07-14 11:35:27 +0100
I would like to know if the local party will continue to support Gisele Stewart as MP for Edgbaston given the chaos that has ensued as a result of Brexit. Have voted Labour all my life (aged 62) and strongly support Corbyn and socialism.
commented 2016-07-13 14:44:49 +0100
Is the Perry Barr CLP meeting on the 22/7/16 still going ahead. I understand the Labour NEC has put on hold all CLP meetings until the leadership contest is completed.
commented 2016-07-09 21:21:38 +0100
Today I requested a meeting with my MP Steve Mcabe the purpose was to understand why he voted for The Iraq War given the firings of the Chilcot Inquiry and how as members we are to have confidence in him as our representative. He constantly votes against the views of the people and is unwilling to meet people and listen to people’s views. This is fundamentally what’s wrong with the LP and why we also need to support Corybn. Please can you let me know the local structure and how Candiates are selected for the next election.
commented 2016-07-02 20:57:52 +0100
Motion of no confidence in Gisela Stuart – I’d like to know the process needed to be taken to raise this matter formally with the CLP
commented 2016-07-01 12:24:49 +0100
To inform you of my email to my MP, Ms Gisela Stuart, which was as follows:

Dear Ms Stuart

As your position on the fundamental constitutional issue of UK membership of the EU differs from the majority of your constituents I would be glad to know when you will be stepping down as Member of Parliament for Edgbaston.

Thank you

Jean Broadfield
commented 2016-06-28 11:04:34 +0100
Is it a silly question to want an MP who respects democracy; the will of the Labour members and the views of the CLP? Ashamed to have Jess Phillips as my MP. Please CLP consider her deselection.
commented 2016-06-27 11:37:45 +0100
I have just read that Jess Phillips has resigned. Will the constituency party, who nominated Corbyn, be deselecting her as their representative? She has said some really nasty and arrogant things and doesn’t seem to care for the views of YOUR CLP members. From an outsider looking in, I would say you HAVE to do this, or people like this will continue to ignore the democratic will of the membership. I genuinely hope you are successful in deselecting her. Good luck.
commented 2016-05-09 23:55:06 +0100
commented 2016-04-19 11:03:01 +0100
As a life long supporter of the Labour party I will be voting for my local councillor in the May elections. I will not be able to support my MP when it comes to the next general election, if Michael Foot mk2 is still the leader. If you want to play politics in opposition that is your choice. If you want to govern get a new leader.
commented 2015-12-06 18:58:53 +0000
When will I get my ticket for labour dinner this coming Saturday? I donated £15 for a ticket but not heard any more
commented 2015-12-05 12:26:42 +0000
Yes it was a good result in Oldham…Glad to see JC there even though it was all too brief…Less than happy with the lack of glowing endorsement from newly elected MP to questions on whether JC can win the next election and makes a good leader…This is soooo frustrating and actually upsetting for those of us at the bottom of this Labour Party Machine…Who got revitalized by his being swept to power as LEADER OF THE OPPOSITION in case any have forgotten that.

As a website in the future might it be useful to see the results of our own polls…I was asked my opinion on the bombing of Syria…Where are the actual results…Nationwide Constituency by constituency? That would be really interesting.

I don’t believe in bullying or abusive badgering of MPs…But I would certainly like to know the 66 labour MPs who voted for the bombing and match this with their section of the electorate who responded to said poll…And if this is vastly different…Why can’t this be made public knowledge…And a legitimate reason to at least flag up concern about future performance with the threat of being deselected…Isn’t that what democracy is about…Isn’t that what our political democracy here is all about, like a sponsored /short cut for the likes of me getting my view represented in the more powerful arenas…
commented 2015-12-02 00:07:48 +0000
Has anybody responded to the Somali-Dutch activist, Musse Hersi?

Where are your responses to any queries mentioned here…?
Where are all the email and contact details for Birmingham like Kath Hartley eg…Really

disappointed in whole web page…Perhaps you should be stuffing envelopes and you should let others with appropriate skills present a better web page…I don’t know much…So maybe you are volunteers…If so perhaps, PERHAPS some of the subs could be invested in developing a better more relevant web page…It is soo out of sync with JC’s digital democratic ideas/ideals…This is what can deter newly inspired joiners…This and the 130 pages of rules…Talk about exclusive little club mentality…‘barricades of bureaucracy’…There has got to a different more relevant approach to engaging harnessing and maintaining the levels of commitment it took to get me and others here in the first place…

Now I don’t want to be negative…This is meant to be constructive… Im going to go and read your/our rules…Your/our manifesto…So I’m going to be busy for a while …And btw I have stuffed envelopes for you in the past… I may do that again and more but you’ve got to accommodate at least some outside thinking
commented 2015-09-12 12:17:46 +0100
Now that Jeremy Corbyn is leader and The Labour Party may begin to look like real opposition to The Establishment, I would like to join. Please tell me what I need to do.
commented 2015-07-18 08:36:56 +0100
I am a member living in the Edgbaston constituency. Will there be a meeting to discuss who should be the new party leader?
commented 2015-05-06 00:57:42 +0100
For leaflet delivery
commented 2015-03-13 10:27:34 +0000
Could you please tell me when and where I will be able to obtain a copy of you party manifesto for the 07 May 2015 general election.

Thank you.
commented 2015-02-08 19:10:11 +0000
I can’t manage to apply to go to the meeting on 27th Feb or 14th March and wish to attend both
commented 2015-02-07 15:51:51 +0000
election launch at the council house. what date is that meeting please as I would love to attend. many thanks pat x

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