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    Meet the Candidates Running in Ladywood

    Redbrick spoke to three of the four candidates in the Birmingham Ladywood constituency which covers much of the city centre

    Written by Joseph Timan on 7th June 2017


    Preet Gill Confirmed As Labour Candidate For Edgbaston

    The Labour Party have named Councillor Preet Gill as their Birmingham Edgbaston candidate for the 2017 General Election

    Written by Redbrick on 29th April 2017


    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


    Metro Mayor Q&A Sessions: Siôn Simon (Labour)

    Metro Mayor Labour candidate Siôn Simon talks graduate retention, arts funding and civic pride to an audience organised by the Guild of Students

    Written by Joseph Timan on 6th February 2017


    Corbyn reveals ‘inclusive’ shadow cabinet

    Jeremy Corbyn has announced the members of his shadow cabinet after being named the new leader of the Labour party this weekend.

    Written by Ian Rogers on 15th September 2015


    Redbrick Digest: Cameron and Miliband live Q&A

    Last night, the leaders of the two main political parties made their case before a live studio audience.

    Written by Sabrina Dougall & Danyal Hussain on 27th March 2015


    Surge in Labour support reduces margin

    A sudden increase in support for the Labour Party has reduced the percentage of the vote awarded to the Greens and Conservatives.

    Written by James Phillips on 22nd March 2015


    Labour pledges to reduce tuition fees for students

    Labour leader, Ed Miliband, has pledged to cut tuition fees in England from £9,000 to £6,000 from Autumn 2016, Duncan Kenyon reports.

    Written by Duncan Kenyon on 1st March 2015


    Labour Party to devolve £30 billion to local regions

    Ed Balls, Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer, has confirmed that Labour will call for greater devolution in regional areas if successful in the May election.

    Written by Isma Azad on 17th February 2015


    PPE General Election Debates 2015: Gisela Stuart, Labour

    The PPE department hosted their second live debate with Edgbaston parliamentary candidates, with Gisela Stuart, the current MP for Labour

    Written by Danyal Hussain on 7th February 2015


    PPE General Election Debate – Gisela Stuart, Labour MP

    Redbrick brings you live updates from the PPE department's General Election debate with Gisela Stuart from the Labour Party

    Written by Danyal Hussain on 30th January 2015


    Party Conference season: What’s in it for me as a young person?

    Redbrick's Education correspondent, Duncan Kenyon reports on the Party Conference in relevance to students and young people.

    Written by Duncan Kenyon on 17th October 2014
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