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General Election Contacts:

Edgbaston Constituency

Tom Keeley (Chair)

preetforedgbaston@gmail.com

0121 270 6470

Erdington Constituency

Josh Jones (Agent)

jack4erdington@gmail.com

07391 161770

Labour Party Office, 77 Mason Road B24 9EH

Hall Green Constituency

Simon Slater

simonslater11@googlemail.com

Hodge Hill Constituency

Liam Byrne

liam@liambyrne.co.uk

0121 7897 287

Ladywood Constituency

Caroline Badley

0121 661 9440 / 0121 270 7104

shabana@shabanamahmood.org

www.shabanamahmood.org

Northfield Constituency

Brett O'Reilly (Agent)

07914 427736

richard@richardburden.com

www.richardburden.com

Perry Barr Constituency

Tristan Chatfield

khalid4perrybarr17@gmail.com

07779 102292 / 07508 134034

Selly Oak Constituency

Fiona Gordon

fionaisobelgordon@hotmail.co.uk

07802 161372

Yardley Constituency

Keith Hanson

keith_hanson@labour.org.uk

0121 569 1900

Labour Party Office:  64 Yardley Road B27 6LG

www.jessphillips.net

Sutton Coldfield Constituency

Rob Pocock

rob.pocock@blueyonder.co.uk

 

Birmingham Board Members:

Edgbaston Constituency:  Tom Keeley and Jenny Stevens

Erdington Constituency:  Josh Jones [josh_07_09_90@yahoo.co.uk   07763 767551   77 Mason Road B24 9EH] and Jilly Bermingham.

Hall Green Constituency:  Akhlaq Ahmed and Alison Gove-Humphries [Contact hallgreenclp@hotmail.com]

Hodge Hill Constituency:  Majid Mahmood and Diane Donaldson [Other contact Liam Byrne   07969 520131   liam@liambyrne.co.uk]

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   jack-lab@hotmail.com]

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.

 

Secretary/Treasurer:

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.

Email:  keith_hanson@labour.org.uk

Fax:  0121 471 1832

Chair:

Stewart Stacey

Email:  chair@birmingham-labour.org.uk

Vice Chair:

Penny Barber

Email:  vicechair@birmingham-labour.org.uk

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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 2017-08-21 19:24:53 +0100
I was wondering how to contact Gisela Stuart now she is no longer an MP. We would like to invite her to a university event in winter and are unsure how best to reach her.
commented 2017-07-22 16:44:47 +0100
To rejoin the party
commented 2017-06-24 16:17:44 +0100
Attempted murder again

Iwas in the back garden some criminal sprayed pois o resulting in severe chest pain . It is on going crime and my life is at stake . Nothing is being done to stop crimes .
commented 2017-05-18 19:05:15 +0100
I am a labour supporter please send me a vote labour poster
commented 2017-05-13 18:28:29 +0100
I have just looked at the March for Life website and they are advertising that there will be “educational” stalls, street food stalls, a mercy bus and that they have got several speakers lined up which suggest they have probably got some sort of stage again.


Why has this been allowed to happen again? Why is Birmingham Council (a Labour council) allowing these anti-abortionists to take over they whole of Victoria Square. It is blatantly obvious that you do not care about women’s rights otherwise you would not be helping these people in this way.


It is one thing allowing them to protest but you are letting them turn it into an event, which it is not, it is just an underhand protest and a blatant erosion of women’s rights. These people don’t even believe in using contraception. They are also the same people who harass women as the enter abortion clinics.


Your council is letting down 75% of the population who agree with women’s right to choose.
commented 2017-05-08 13:15:26 +0100
As an ethnic minority, we were always associated with the Labour and I was proud of it until I had the misfortune in needing to deal with the labour elected members.

As a charity working in Somalia we had the need to report a fraud regarding the European funds (‘Fishing for Development’ (EUROPEAID/134-345/L/ACT/SO) and amended on 24th April, 2014 under (FED/2014/325-457). A 3.5 (million) euro grant to Somalia which our charity as co-applicant with a Dutch company (which turn out to be a scam) as the main applicant won the grant.

It turn out that not only we were not paid for the work we did on the ground but the whole 3.5 (million) was embezzled by the Dutch company and it European Mafia which siphon grant/fund allocated by government bodies as international aids.

Therefore in the right assumption that part of these stolen money was contributed by British tax payer we (as the charity approached) 3 west midlands MEP: Sion Simon (Labour), Neena Gill (Labour), Dan Dalton (conservative)

Neena Gill (Labour) did not even bother to return a reply to our contact e-mail.

Sion Simon (Labour) did reply to our e-mail, we had a meeting and never bothered to follow up with the European commission about our fraud report. What marked me the most was the contempt approach to our only meeting, which was 5 minutes and was on his mobile /no eye contact the whole time not even paying attention to our narration.

Dan Dalton (conservative) was a breath of fresh air and a change of my opinion to the conservative lot. Of course Dan sounded an upper class but his dignified initial contact with us and his follow up to our concern all the way to the European commission and constant update was professionalism at the most.


You cannot believe how felt when Simon and the labour lost west midlands mayor position which should have been theirs to take.


Details evidences of above narration is available on request!
commented 2017-05-08 09:17:01 +0100
A message for Preet Gill who is the new prospective parliamentary candidate for Edgbaston.
Firstly, I congratulate you on being selected by the Labour Party to contest this seat. I am a life-long Labour voter, and have never voted for any other party in my life. However, I will not be able to vote for you, the Labour candidate, in this election. The reason for this is the treacherous and lying behaviour of your predecessor Gisela Stuart in the Brexit campaign and since. I would have preferred if she had decided to stand in this election so that I and many others who have been appalled and let down severely by her behaviour could have had an opportunity to boot her out. The fact is she has cut and run. But the consequences of her behaviour run very deep, and a lesson needs to be sent to politicians and MPs that what they do does not just rest with them, but runs through the whole of their local party and has consequences for the future once they have left the scene. And so, to send a very strong message of disapproval to Gisela, you and the local Labour Party, I and many others will vote for candidates other than you, or perhaps abstain. I believe that you will lose this contest and that the Conservatives will take the seat. Perhaps you need to have a talk with Gisela and let her know the severe damage she has done, and that the Labour Party in this constituency and her prospective successor are going to pay a heavy price for her treachery and lies (cavorting around with Boris, in a bus emblazoned with a blatant lie, refusing to vote for an amendment for what she had been supposedly supporting, namely guarantees for EU citizens living here……..etc. etc. etc.) As for the local Labour Party, the question I have to ask is, why did you not stop Gisela ? Surely you should have been able to stop her doing such damage to your local 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
Hello,


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,


Lydia
commented 2017-04-20 10:21:33 +0100
Gisela Stuart. Are her comments regarding Labour party’s chance of winning the election not against party rules? If they are what is the CLP going to do about it?
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 2017-04-16 19:46:18 +0100
Helen and I who are Momentum Labour members want to help with ’door knocking; for your local elections on a Saturday .

Can we help in any way?

We would travel up from Croydon , Surrey
commented 2017-04-05 08:05:33 +0100
A moan. Regardless of whether Ken Livingstone is an anti-semite, the parading of such historical ignorance is harming the party. Hitler did not formulate policy, he hinted at what he wanted, and the sprawling, overlapping and competing Nazi bureaucracies guessed at how to carry it out. At one time he thought about expelling Jews, the idea of extermination was not fully formed, but he never suggested a national home in Palestine or anywhere else. Now Jeremy Corbin. Henry VIII was not antidemocratic for the very good reason that, like the majority of the population, he had not heard of democracy. Only a handful of scholars at Oxford and Cambridge would have known the word and, when it was decided that we had achieved “democracy”, it was of a very different kind from the Classical model. Okay, we have, to some extent, lost touch with ordinary people, but looking like a lot of half-educated twits can only make the situation worse.
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 2017-03-05 10:26:52 +0000
sent,letter,to,Birmingham,edgbaston,mp,marked,confidential.some,other,woman,contacted,me.repeat,was,marked,confidential.
commented 2017-02-21 21:28:29 +0000
please,support,the,privatemembersbill.by,annaturley,MP,to,get,a,stiffer,sentence,to,the,scum,whom,abuse,animals,in,my,opinion,five years..thankyou
commented 2017-02-05 21:39:20 +0000
Is Gisela supporting Marine Le Pen? They have the same views on the EU.

Remember BREXIT means BRE卐IT.
commented 2017-01-22 17:34:52 +0000
Death Notice. On 16th January, my father Albert James [‘Bert’] Brown aged 104 in Chelmsley Wood. He was a prominent activist during the immediate post-war years and especially in helping to organise and manage several general election campaigns on behalf of Roy Jenkins in B’ham Stechford. Funeral 2.00 pm 13th February at Woodlands, Chelmsley, followed by tea at Kingshurst Labour Club. Interested parties warmly invited.
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 2016-12-18 22:56:54 +0000
Brexit. Will Gisela keep her German Passport or EU citizenship?
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 2016-11-16 14:20:18 +0000
Ideally I would like to see Giesla Stuart de-selected as Labour party MP for Edgbaston.

Image of her and, lying boris, against the £350 million NHS false promise bus pre advisory referendum is still one that resonates with me , a lifelong Labour supporter .


I am a fierce remain voter and although not in her constituency her stance on brexit I find unacceptable. 52/48 % has narrowed and latest polls now indicate a likely closer 60/40 vote in a SECOND referendum which we vitally need.
commented 2016-10-31 12:42:54 +0000
I wish to contact Gisela Stuart. I live in London but as she was a national Brexit campaigner I would like to know what she thinks about the rise in hate crimes and the damage the result of her campaign has done to my industry.
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 2016-07-28 12:19:06 +0100
how are the CLPs deciding which of the leadership candidates to back? while they have been banned from having meetings?

I wish to go to my clp and urge support for Mr Corbyn I have spoken amicably to My Mp about things and his opposing view which i am saddened by but all things being equal i hope he will come back into the fold once all this is over
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.

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