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Unemployment: The Facts

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Since 2010 unemployment has fallen by 3.5% and is now at its lowest level since 1975.

Boost to Schools Funding

The Education Secretary, Justine Greening, has announced an extra £1.3 billion boost to core schools funding.

Investing in technical education

Our young people deserve the best possible start in life. That’s why we are investing £65 million in technical education -  £15 million to ensure we have the colleges and teachers needed to deliver the new T-Levels, and £50 million from April 2018 to fund high quality work placements.

Investing in Britain's Infrastructure

This Conservative Government is taking the big decisions on Britain’s transport future. We are investing £6.1 billion in road improvements, which will better link people with their jobs, friends and family.

Stop Labour Grass Cutting Cuts

Many residents have been in contact to complain about grass verges and green spaces not being maintained.

Across the area we have seen overgrown grass collecting litter and attracting pests.

Thank You For Your Support

Thank you to all of those who supported us in the recent General Election. We are delighted to report that Andrew Mitchell was re-elected as our Member of Parliament with a massive 61% of the vote.

Andrew will continue to work hard for Sutton Coldfield and represent everyone.

Confidence and Supply Agreement

Prime Minister Theresa May said:
A Confidence and Supply Agreement has been made between the Conservative & Unionist Party and the Democratic Unionist Party.

The Queen's Speech

This Queen’s Speech is about recognising and grasping the opportunities that lie ahead for the United Kingdom as we leave the European Union.

Brexit talks begin

The first official talks to leave the European Union have now begun.