- 3rd March 2014
Speaking in the House of Commons, James Morris praises the work of local communities, in particular highlighting the Halesowen flood committee led by Claude and Ruth Mosseri who have brought the relevant agencies together to do vital work around the Illey brook area. read more »
- 10th February 2014
Following the Secretary of State for Defence’s statement on Afghanistan, James Morris asks about the £20 million the UK is committing to help the Afghan electoral authorities in the administration of the elections. read more »
- 4th February 2014
Halesowen & Rowley Regis MP James Morris has published a new edition of his booklet on saving money on heating and electricity bills, following on from the popular guides that he published in 2012 and 2013.
The third edition of the guide updates the practical advice contained in the previous booklets on how families can make sure that they are not paying more than they need to for energy and how they can make their home more energy efficient and so save money on their heating bills. read more »
- 21st January 2014
Jaguar Land Rover are recruiting 150 apprentices across the West Midlands, to start in September 2014. There are opportunities for Advanced Apprenticeships (age 16+) and Higher Apprentices (18+).
James Morris, MP for Halesowen & Rowley Regis, is organising this event on Thursday 23rd January to help young people in the area to find out about JLR’s apprenticeship schemes read more »15th January 2014
A new GP-led assessment and treatment centre has opened at Rowley Regis Hospital to help relieve pressure on A&E departments at Russells Hall and Sandwell General this winter.
The centre is being funded by Sandwell and West Birmingham Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG), which is made up of local GPs, using money from a £400million fund to ease winter pressures in the NHS. read more »18th December 201317th December 2013
James Morris welcomes Davies commission recommendation on using existing airport capacity, but calls for bolder solution including expansion of Birmingham airport which could have a transformative effect on the west midlands economy. read more »17th December 2013
A Halesowen schoolgirl’s Christmas scene is set to make its way to 10 Downing Street after she won a local schools’ Christmas card competition.
Five year-old Izzy Jones, who is in Year 1 at Manor Way Primary School, beat off nearly 400 other entries to win the contest organised by Halesowen & Rowley Regis MP James Morris.
Izzy’s design, which features Father Christmas climbing down a chimney in Halesowen & Rowley Regis, will now appear on the front of the MP’s official card, which he is sending out to local community groups and schools as well as to parliamentary colleagues. read more »