Jack Dromey MP
Jack Dromey rose to prominence during the Grunwick strike in the 1970's. He went on to be elected the Deputy General Secretary of the Transport & General Workers Union and then the Deputy General Secretary of Unite. After being elected as Member of Parliament for Birmingham Erdington in 2010 he was appointed Shadow Housing Minister. He was instrumental in shaping Labour's policy to build 200,000 homes a year and transform the private rented sector.
In 2013, Jack was appointed Shadow Policing Minster. Prior to the election Jack undertook a Policing tour, visiting over 50 towns and cities across the UK and formulating Labour's Policing Pledge. In 2016 Jack was appointed Shadow Minister for Labour and in January 2018 was very pleased to become the Shadow Minister for Pensions.
At the recent General Election Jack was returned as the Member of Parliament for Birmingham Erdington with an increased majority of over 7,000. In Parliament, Jack has been a champion of Erdington and Birmingham, campaigning for a fair deal for the City and for the West Midlands Police Service.