Thank you for coming to my website. I am really honoured to have been voted in as Member of Parliament for Edgbaston. I was born, raised, lived and worked in the constituency. I am the ‘daughter of a bus driver’ my father worked on the No 11 bus route for many years. The Edgbaston constituency includes Bartley Green, Harborne and Quinton. I am and will continue to work very hard for all my constituents.
My Pledge to you:
- Fight tooth and nail for our NHS and your local GP practices.
- Stand up for proper funding in schools and support our children, teachers and parents.
- Stand up for jobs, skills and getting people into employment.
- Fight for fair funding for Birmingham for our roads, transport and local services.
- Ensure there is more policing in our area, so our communities feel safe and secure.
Thank you, Mr Speaker, for giving me the opportunity to deliver my maiden speech during this important debate. It is a pleasure to follow Robert Halfon. It is such an honour and privilege to have been electedread more
The first Sikh woman MP in Britain Preet Kaur Gill has been selected as a member of an influential parliamentary select committee which scrutinises the work of the home office. She will be will be one of 11 MPs onread more
ITV Report: Preet Gill made history when she won the labour seat for Edgbaston. She became the first ever female Sikh to become an MP in Britain. She beat Tory rival Caroline Squire by almost 7,000 votesread more
Labour Party's 2017 election manifesto was unveiled at a launch in Bradford, Yorkshire. It is important that people look at our policies and what we stand for. Please click The Labour Party Manifesto 2017.read more
My Maiden Speech
Preet Gill Profile
Member of Parliament, Edgbaston
- Home Affairs Select Committee
- Chair APPG Sikh
Councillor, St Paul's Ward, Sandwell.
- Cabinet Member for Public Health & Protection
- Champion for Mental Health
Children's Services Manager
- 17 years experience in Birmingham working with most vulnerable children and families
Appointments to External Public Organisations
- Midland Joint Advisory Council for Clean Air and Noise Control
- Midland Joint Advisory Council for Environmental Protection
- West Midlands Combined Authority Board
- West Midlands Police and Crime Panel
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The Campaign Journey
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