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    Edgbaston MP Gisela Stuart Stands Down

    Gisela Stuart, Edgbaston MP, has revealed that she will not be running for re-election in the upcoming snap election in June

    Written by Grace Duncan on 21st April 2017


    UoB Professor Denied Entry to Israel

    Professor Kamel Hawwash, from University of Birmingham’s Department of Civil Engineering, was recently deported from Israel, preventing him from visiting relatives during the Easter holiday

    Written by Joseph Timan on 16th April 2017


    Metro Mayor Candidate Breakdown

    Grace Duncan and Lily Wilde analyse the mayoral candidates from the 5 major parties in Birmingham to help you decide who should get your vote

    Written by Grace Duncan & Lily Wilde on 12th April 2017


    28% of New Jobs in West Midlands ‘Insecure’, TUC Finds

    Insecure work accounts for 28% of all new jobs created in the West Midlands region since 2011, according to new analysis published by the Trade Unions Congress (TUC)

    Written by John Wimperis on 5th April 2017


    Analysis: Will the West Midlands Metro Mayor Have Any Power?

    With the election for the first West Midlands mayor fast approaching, News Editor Grace Duncan analyses whether the mayor will have any real power

    Written by Grace Duncan on 3rd April 2017


    Labour and Tory Candidates Differ on Mayoral Commitments

    Labour mayoral candidate Siôn Simon committed to all of West Midlands Citizens’ priorities whilst Tory candidate Andy Street committed only to half. News Editor Joseph Timan reports

    Written by Joseph Timan on 1st April 2017


    University Sports Centre Finally Opens

    The new sports centre will be opening its doors on April 1st to students and the general public at a low-key ceremony this evening

    Written by Redbrick on 1st April 2017


    Winterbourne ‘Delighted’ to Earn Museum Accreditation

    Winterbourne House and Botanical Gardens have been formally awarded museum accreditation by Arts Council England

    Written by John Wimperis on 29th March 2017


    Birmingham Flat Raided in Relation to Westminster Attack

    At approximately 11pm on Wednesday 22nd March a flat on Hagley Road, Birmingham was raided in relation to the terror attack carried out in Westminster on the same day

    Written by Emily Youlton on 23rd March 2017


    West Midlands Police Under Fire After FGM Tweets

    Police have been criticised after controversial tweets about FGM were sent from the West Midlands Police Twitter account

    Written by Megan Stanley on 22nd March 2017


    Birmingham-Warwick Meme War Yet to Reach Peaceful Solution

    Astrid Skjold reports on the Warwick Meme's entrance to the ongoing war between University of Birmemeham and Edgy Memes for University of Birmingham Teens

    Written by Astrid Skjold on 11th March 2017


    Fly-Tippers Leave 110 Broken Fridges in Kings Norton

    In one of the biggest fly-tipping incidents in the city’s history, 110 broken fridges were dumped on and around a boarded-up residential street in Kings Norton, just a few miles south of Selly Oak

    Written by John Wimperis on 10th March 2017
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