Liam Byrne, Labour’s shadow Mayor of the West Midlands, has issued a cross-party letter addressed to the Prime Minister calling for vaccines to be issued across our community pharmacies.

The letter, co-signed by Liam Byrne and MPs from Labour, Liberal Democrat and Conservative MPs calls on Boris Johnson’s government to utilise community pharmacies in the race for mass vaccination.

Labour Leader, Keir Starmer, is today [Monday] in the West Midlands with Liam Byrne, to pledge to back opportunities for young people to earn and learn as Labour analysis shows that Street failed to deliver on his manifesto promise to boost apprenticeships – even before Covid. 

In the last election, Andy Street promised 'zero young people will be unemployed or not in skills training' in his manifesto. 

Liam Byrne, Labour candidate for Mayor of West Midlands:

Football is a British invention and for millions of us, it is a cornerstone of community life.

So the idea that a small elite of Europe's richest clubs will break away and stitch up a deal behind-closed-doors to shut out the majority of our communities' teams is a complete betrayal.

Labour’s Shadow Mayor, Liam Byrne MP will be briefing opposition defence spokesman, the Right Honourable John Healey MP on his ten-point plan to support the West Midlands 76,000 former service personnel and their families.
They will be joined by Councillor Mick Brown, whose son serves in the Irish Guards, during a visit to the City’s Hall of Memory in Centenary Square.