23 MAR 2017

Statement from Karen Lumley MP regarding Westminster terror attack

Following the attack on police and members of the public in central London yesterday (Wednesday, 22 March 2017), Karen Lumley, MP for Redditch County commented as follows: "Yesterday was a very sad day for the people of our country, particularly in London, and my first thoughts are with those who w...


10 JAN 2017

Karen Lumley MP asks question about the Alex during urgent statement from the Secretary of State for Health

Karen Lumley, MP for Redditch County, asked a question about the Alexandra Hospital in the Chamber yesterday during an urgent statement made by the Secretary of State for Health, Jeremy Hunt, following recent A&E pressures. Karen Lumley MP asked: As my right hon. Friend has mentioned, the...


07 DEC 2016

Karen Lumley MP welcomes consultation to increase driving penalties

Karen Lumley, MP for Redditch County, has welcome the announcement this week (5 December 2016) that the Government is to consult on possible changes to penalties for those who kill or cause serious injury on the roads. The consultation proposes raising the maximum penalties for some of the most ser...


24 NOV 2016

Happy Karen Lumley MP welcomes cash for Air Ambulance

Midlands Air Ambulance has been granted £1m in extra funding from fines on bankers (LIBOR), and Karen Lumley, MP for Redditch County, welcomes the extra cash for this vital service. The Chancellor's Autumn Statement yesterday (23 November 2016) included the windfall which will contribute towa...


23 NOV 2016

Karen Lumley MP welcomes Autumn Statement

Today's (23 November 2016) first Autumn Statement from Chancellor Phillip Hammond has been welcomed by Redditch County MP Karen Lumley who applauded the Government's priorities for 'just managing families'. In his Statement the Chancellor announced a number of measures designed to help those strugg...


15 NOV 2016

Karen Lumley MP welcomes HS2 announcement

Karen Lumley, MP for Redditch County, today (15 November 2016), welcomes the Government's announcement on its preferred route for High Speed 2. The announcement from the Secretary of State for Transport Chris Grayling MP, explained how the HS2 project will bring jobs and support prosperity in the We...


03 NOV 2016

Brexit - Karen Lumley MP regrets decision of High Court that Parliament must vote to trigger Article 50

Redditch County MP Karen Lumley has reacted strongly today (Thursday, 3 November 2016) to news that the High Court has ruled MPs should vote to activate Article 50 to commence EU exit proceedings. Remain supporters brought the case before the High Court and a statement is to be made to MPs on Monda...


31 OCT 2016

Karen Lumley MP backs call to ensure those with diabetes admitted to hospital receive a foot risk assessment

Redditch MP Karen Lumley is backing a call by Diabetes UK for action to improve diabetes foot care for people with the condition admitted to hospital. Figures show that in England hospitals are not giving foot checks to more than two thirds of people with diabetes on admission, despite this being r...


25 OCT 2016

Airport expansion: Karen Lumley MP stresses need to accelerate project

Following the announcement today (Tuesday) that Government Ministers have approved a third runway at Heathrow as their main option to expand UK airport capacity, Karen Lumley, MP for Redditch County, has expressed the need to get on with the project. Ministers approved the long-awaited decision at ...


11 OCT 2016

Karen supports British Heart Foundation challenge

Karen Lumley, MP for Redditch County, visited the British Heart Foundation (BHF) stand at Conservative Party Conference, taking part in the 'Keep Research Rolling' challenge to support her estimated 10,000 constituents living with cardiovascular disease. On Tuesday, 4 October 2016, Karen found out ...


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Stepping down

 

Redditch has been my home for nearly 20 years and it has been a huge honour to have represented its great people for the past seven.

Sadly due to ill health I have decided not to stand for re-election. There is nothing more important or rewarding than helping people, however I need to be fully fit to be able to undertake the job properly.

I am immensely grateful to all the fantastic people I have met during my time as a Member of Parliament and want to say a huge thank you for all of their support.

Redditch deserves strong and stable leadership. Every vote for Theresa May and your local Conservative, Rachel Maclean, on 8 June will strengthen our hand in negotiations to get the best possible deal for Brexit and beyond, leaving Britain stronger and better off for the future.

    

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