Lord Sugar’s enterprise revolution could create up to 800,000 new jobs around Britain, according to new figures published by Liam Byrne MP today.
The Apprentice star has been appointed by the Government to encourage more people to start their own business all over Britain.
Britain’s enterprise economy risks going into reverse as new House of Commons library figures commissioned by Liam Byrne MP, reveals over 1 million people have left ‘entrepreneurial activity’ in the last three years.
**For Immediate Release** Monday 21st March 2016
Prime Minister agrees to look again at plight of unaccompanied children in Calais following questions from Liam Byrne
The Prime Minister has today agreed to look again at the plight of unaccompanied children stranded in Calais following a question from Liam Byrne MP in the House of Commons.
Birmingham MPs protest at Chancellor’s “£100 million Birmingham Bombshell”
Birmingham MPs will today use the Budget debate to protest at the Government’s £100 million ‘Birmingham Bombshell’ of unfair cuts and tax rises hitting the city.
They will argue that the government has promised a fairer funding deal for Birmingham but has refused to introduce this for yet another year, resulting in more unfair cuts.
**For Immediate Release** Thursday 10th March 2016
Byrne stands up for businesses and workers by voting down Government changes to Sunday trading laws
Last night Liam Byrne MP stood up for Hodge Hill businesses and workers by voting down the Government’s proposals to relax Sunday trading laws.
News from Liam Byrne MP – Immediate Release
Labour united on plan for 3,000 jobs at Washwood Heath
The Labour Party frontbench has given its full support to Liam Byrne’s campaign for 3,000 jobs at the old LDV Alstom site in Washwood Heath.
**For Immediate Release** Wednesday 9th March 2016
Byrne demands answers on children stranded in Calais
Liam Byrne MP has demanded answers from the Home Secretary on what the Government is doing to help those child refugees stranded in Calais on their own.
There are currently around 150 unaccompanied children in the Calais camp with direct relatives in the UK.