Welcome to the January 2014 edition of Sajid Javid MP's newsletter.

Happy New Year

and welcome to the January edition of my e-newsletter. I always welcome your comments, thoughts and feedback, so please do not hesitate to get in touch with me or to forward this newsletter to anyone else who you think might like to see it.
 

Recent Activity

Worked on, and joined the Chancellor of the Exchequer as he delivered his, Autumn Statement.
 
Attended a reception at 11 Downing Street with small business owners to celebrate Small Business Saturday.
 
Spoke about the Autumn Statement, business and the economy at the Bromsgrove Breakfast Club hosted by Jilly Edge.
 
Visited Hagley Primary School to speak at assembly and present aw
ards to Rose Hogan, the winner of my annual Christmas card design competition, and runner-up Molly Ashen.

Attended the Christmas festivities day at Sidemoor First School and presented awards to Lily-Mae Mills and Megan Pirie, who were also runners-up in the Christmas card competition.
 
Met with Primrose Hospice Chaiman Phil Nunnerley to present a cheque to Primrose Hospice for funds raised by Bromsgrove Rotary Club’s carol concert.
 
Visited Malcolm and Wendy Molloy's spectacular Christmas garden lights in Finstall, which have helped them to raise around £25,000 over the years for Birmingham Children’s Hospital and Primrose Hospice.


Met the winners of my annual debating competitionHannah Williamson and Louisa Norris from South Bromsgrove High School, in Parliament and took them to lunch following their attendance at Prime Minister’s Questions.
  
Attended the Finstall Parish Community Carols – sung by the Choirs of St. Godwald's Church, Aston Fields and St. Bartholomew’s Church, Tardebigge – around the Christmas tree at Finstall Village Hall with around 100 local residents.
 

Sajid in the Papers

Friday, 27 December, 2013
Bromsgrove's MP has been congratulating the winners of his annual Christmas card competition.

UK aid is securing a brighter future for the world’s children
Friday, 27 December, 2013

A cry, unlike anything I had heard before, rang out as we stepped into the intensive care ward of Sierra Leone’s only children’s hospital.  It came from a woman in the corner of the room, and I understood what it meant.  
 
Thursday, 26 December, 2013
From next year you may not have to queue up in a bank branch to pay-in the cheque you get for Christmas. You might not even have to wait for the bank to open.

 
Thursday, 19 December, 2013
"The insurance sector is a leading example of the UK's position as a centre for global finance and we intend to keep it that way," said Sajid Javid MP, financial secretary to the Treasury, on Aviva's announcement.
 
Thursday, 19 December, 2013
"This is a major milestone and marks the end of a three year process, led by the government, to make the UK banking system stronger and safer so that it can support the economy, help businesses and serve consumers," Treasury minister Sajid Javid said.
 
Tuesday, 17 December, 2013
Mr Javid said on Tuesday that the new banking reform bill, which receives Royal Assent on Wednesday, would “dramatically reduce the risk of what we call the ‘too big to fail’ risk” which forced the taxpayer to bail out Royal Bank of Scotland and Lloyds Banking Group in 2008-9.
 
Monday, 16 December, 2013
Standard readers across Bromsgrove, South Birmingham and Redditch have donated more than 120 seasonal shoeboxes to give UK servicemen and women a better Christmas.

Goodwin ‘may have been prosecuted’ under new plans
Wednesday, 11 December, 2013
Disgraced former Royal Bank of Scotland chief executive Fred Goodwin may have been prosecuted under new Government plans to reform the banking system, Treasury Minister Sajid Javid said today.

Bromsgrove MP pays tribute to 'healer' Mandela
Wednesday, 11 December, 2013
Bromsgrove MP Sajid Javid has paid his own personal tribute to Nelson Mandela who died last Thursday (December 5) at the age of 95.

What Mandela meant to my generation
Friday, 6 December, 2013
I was one of the millions who watched a smiling Nelson Mandela walk free in February 1990, having served twenty-seven years in prison.  I still feel goose pimples when I remember it.  That year I turned 21.  The economy was booming, and the Berlin Wall had fallen only three months earlier.
 

Sajid's Columns

Sajid has a column published fortnightly in the Bromsgrove Advertiser and monthly in the Bromsgrove Standard.

The most recent columns can be viewed by clicking on the links below (and the archive of past columns can be found online by clicking here):

Advertiser - Christmas Column, 25 December 2013
Standard - Christmas Column, 20 December 2013
 

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Contact Sajid

By email:
sajid.javid.mp@parliament.uk

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or
18 High Street
Bromsgrove
B61 8HQ

By phone:
020 7219 7027
or
01527 872135

In person:
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