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Lorely Burt - Liberal Democrat MP for Solihull

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It is a pleasure to be your local MP for Solihull.

Solihull is a wonderful place to live and work and I do my very best to stand up and fight for local people in Parliament.

Recently I have been campaigning for improved health services, lower tax and more apprenticeships to get local young people earning and learning.

Whether or not you voted for me, I am your MP and I am here to help when you need me. I hold weekly advice surgeries and you will find details of how to contact me on this site.

Best wishes,

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Liberal Democrat MP for Solihull

Recent updates

  • Lorely Burt on Channel 4 News discussing Julien Blanc (Channel 4 News)
    Article: Nov 20, 2014

    Local MP Lorely Burt has welcomed a Home Office decision to deny American 'pick up artist' Julien Blanc entry to the UK.

    Mr Blanc works as an instructor or 'PUA' for Real Social Dynamics, a company which claims to teach men how to attract women. His controversial techniques are said to include intimidation and coercion.

  • Article: Nov 18, 2014

    Local MP Lorely But has expressed concern plans to close Shirley Police Station and reduce hours at Solihull Police Station:

    "Local police stations are a valuable part of their communities. I hold my weekly constituency surgeries in the same building as Shirley Police Station so I have seen how vulnerable people rely on it.

  • Selling poppies outside Sainsbury's on Poplar Way - 2014 Poppy Appeal
    Article: Nov 11, 2014

    Local MP Lorely Burt has called on Solihull residents to give generously while selling Remembrance Poppies outside Sainsbury's on Poplar Way.

    Dozens of shoppers bought poppies to help raise money for the Royal British Legion's Poppy Appeal.

    The Poppy Appeal is a major source of income for the Royal British Legion, which offers financial, social, political, and emotional support to members and former members of the armed forces and their dependants.

  • Article: Nov 4, 2014

    Solihull Liberal Democrat MP Lorely Burt has been promoted to Lib Dem Deputy Chief Whip following the resignation of Mark Hunter, MP for Cheadle.

    The position, also known as Assistant Government Whip, will see Mrs Burt work with senior government ministers and backbenchers to deliver coalition policies.

  • Red House twin horses with Martin Hewings
    Article: Nov 4, 2014

    Solihull Liberal Democrat MP Lorely Burt has attended the launch of the Red House pub following a £300,000 makeover.

    Rooms have been refurbished to bring more light into the venue and an extension has allowed 47 more seats to be installed for drinkers and diners.

    The family-oriented pub offers open fires, hot meals and cask ales.

  • Cranmore Infant School universal free school meals vegetables
    Article: Nov 3, 2014

    This week - beginning 3rd November - is National School Meals Week.

    National School Meals Week celebrates the health and learning benefits of nutritious school meals and is run by the Lead Association for Catering in Education.

    Universal Free School Meals for children up to the age of seven was a flagship policy announced at Liberal Democrat Conference 2013. It is expected to benefit 7,791 children across Solihull Borough.

  • Norman Lamb with Lorely
    Article: Oct 28, 2014

    Mental Health Minister Norman Lamb has slammed long journeys for treatment as 'totally unacceptable' in response to a question from local MP Lorely Burt.

    Mrs Burt questioned the minister in the House of Commons following reports of Birmingham & Solihull Mental Health Trust sending patients as far as Brighton and Carlisle due to a lack of local beds.

  • Article: Oct 21, 2014

    Solihull Liberal Democrat MP Lorely Burt has launched a national campaign on dementia services with a question to the Prime Minister in the House of Commons.

    Mrs Burt has been campaigning to ensure dementia sufferers who go into Solihull Hospital receive separate care by specially trained staff.

    At Prime Minister's Question Time Mrs Burt urged the Prime Minister to guarantee that all patients with dementia across England would receive this standard of care.

  • Article: Oct 17, 2014

    A state pension rise of at least £2.85 a week will benefit Solihull's 40,000 pensioners thanks to the coalition government's 'triple-lock' guarantee.

    This latest rise will bring the state pension to at least £115.95 and benefit nearly a million pensioners across the West Midlands. This is £18.30 more each week than when the coalition came into government in 2010, leaving pensioners £950 a year better off.

  • Cranmore Infant School universal free school meals
    Article: Oct 17, 2014

    Solihull Liberal Democrat MP Lorely Burt served school dinners to kids at Cranmore Infant School to mark the introduction of universal free school meals.

    As of this September all children in School Years 1 and 2 are eligible for free school meals, a policy announced at Liberal Democrat Autumn Conference last year.



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