News

My New Year Halesowen News Column

Writing my New Year column is always a difficult task. There are always so many things that happen in the space of twelve months it’s hard to try and pick out highlights. I’m not sure about you but this year November feels like a decade ago, never mind January!

My latest Halesowen News Column

Over the past few months there has been increased concern about local crime, especially car theft, which I have been working with our neighbourhood police team to reduce. Some significant progress has been made, but there is more that needs doing.

My take on the Withdrawal Agreement

Ever since the EU referendum in June 2016 I have consistently said that I would respect the result of the referendum and work hard, as your local MP, to make Brexit happen.   That is why I voted for Article 50, which triggered the process by which we formally leave the EU, and voted in favour of

My October Halesowen News Column

When we talk about the NHS it’s often with a national outlook. An extra £20billion as part of a new five year settlement. £760 million for capital investment projects for 39 new hospitals and community services. And a plan to recruit 15,000 new doctors between 2015 and 2020.

James Morris MP supports Macmillan’s World’s Biggest Coffee Morning

James Morris MP showed his support for Macmillan Cancer Support on Wednesday 24 October by attending the World’s Biggest Coffee Morning event in Parliament. This year’s event focused on the challenges that people can face at different stages of their cancer experience.

 

August Halesowen News Column

Without doubt the number one issue that fills my inbox at the moment is crime and anti-social behaviour. Over the last few months in particular there has been a lot of concern locally about this, with a significant part of this focusing around car crime.

James raises £3252.22 for Halas Homes

Halesowen & Rowley Regis MP James Morris has visited Halas Homes to present the final fundraising figure for his recent London marathon challenge.

My May column for the Halesowen News

Politics is often characterised by many as being an occupation for older people, and that engagement with younger voters is steadily declining.