It is my pleasure and privilege to serve the people of Royal Sutton Coldfield. As your Member of Parliament I always work hard to help local residents and to champion the issues of importance to our town.
I hope that this website provides you with a useful insight into some of the work I do on behalf of my constituents – both in Sutton Coldfield and in the House of Commons.
Over the year thousands of local residents contact me by letter, email and in person. If I can be of any help to you, please do not hesitate to get in touch.
Rt Hon Andrew Mitchell MP
- 1st October 2014News and Photo
On Thursday 23rd October, Andrew Mitchell, Conservative MP for Sutton Coldfield and his two year old Welsh Springer Spaniel, Scarlet will compete with other politicians and their pooches to win the coveted title of ‘Westminster Dog of the Year 2014’. read more »
- 26th September 2014Speech
Andrew Mitchell backs air strikes and calls for a focus on full engagement of the UN and regional governments, training and support for those fighting ISIL, humanitarian protection of civilians and post-crisis planning from the outset. read more »
- 24th September 2014News
A Carers event is being held on Thursday 2 October at Mere Green Community Centre between 1pm and 3.30pm. read more »
- 23rd September 2014News
Royal Sutton’s MP has joined the Lord-Lieutenant of West Midlands, Paul Sabapathy CBE, in urging his constituents to nominate deserving individuals, voluntary groups and third-sector organisations for the Queen’s Awards for Voluntary Service. read more »
- Andrew Mitchell MP hosts successful business breakfast for local businesses at Royal Sutton Town Hall15th September 2014News and Photo
Business started early on Friday with 25 local Sutton Coldfield and West Midlands businesses attending a breakfast at the Town Hall. The event was put on by Andrew Mitchell MP to help local companies find out more about how they can expand or start exporting operations. read more »
- 12th September 2014Speech
Andrew Mitchell co-sponsors a Private Members’ Bill to set a legal minimum requirement for 0.7% of Britain's GDP to be spent on international aid. read more »