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.
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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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