Shabana Mahmood MP and Ladywood ward councillors (Cllrs Carl Rice, Kath Hartley and Sir Albert Bore) respond to proposed police base closure:
"We are hugely concerned about the proposed closure of the police base in the Jewellery Quarter. The Jewellery Quarter makes a very special economic contribution to the City - it is home to over 500 jewellery businesses and over 100 jewellery retailers. This is a high value business and it's one of the reason such a strong police presence has been maintained over the years. The local police team is very active and effective in the... Read more...
On 27th August Shabana Mahmood MP held her summer Aston Ladies Sweet and Savoury Bake Off at the Bangladeshi Multipurpose Centre.
Over 40 local women came to the event, with 10 of them entering the competition.
Shabana Mahmood MP said:
“We are here in Aston Ward, my constituency of Birmingham Ladywood at one of my regular Bake Off events. We’ve had a fantastic turnout of women from across the constituency and some amazing entries into our Bake Off competition. We also had a clear winner. It is a really fantastic opportunity for women from across the community here... Read more...
Today (29th June) Shabana asked a question to the Prime Minister about what more he feels Muslims should do to help combat extremism.
Yesterday, alongside apprentices from the new 'Gateway to the City' initiative, Shabana Mahmood MP opened trading at the London Stock Exchange.
The 'Gateway to the City' intiative is a partnership between the London Stock Exchange Group and London-based charity, City Gateway. The new scheme helps young people, aged 16-24 years old, take part in apprenticeships in the financial services industry.
Shabana Mahmood MP said, "I am very encouraged to see the financial services industry providing new and exciting apprenticeship opportunities for young people. The Gateway to the... Read more...