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Sutton Coldfield MP Andrew Mitchell loses plebgate High Court case

Andrew Mitchell outside his north London home updated

Judge rules on balance of probability that former chief whip did use words which amounted to the "potentially toxic" term pleb

Interior designer Dapa crowned company of the year at Post Business Awards

Dapa co-founders (from left) Daniel Mumford, Rob Burton and Brad Carman with company of the year sponsor Ian Cornice, from JLL
Oldbury firm founded in a kitchen in 2009 has gone from strength to strength as lifetime achievement recognise EH Smith chairman Ken Smith

Hugo Boss returns as Mailbox Birmingham lets two-thirds of space

A computer-generated image of the urban room at the redeveloped Mailbox
The German brand has agreed a lease on a 3,000 sq ft store at the redeveloped shopping destination

Ed Balls calls for "Midland Powerhouse" as he pledges to devolve cash and power

Shadow Chancellor Ed Balls and Lord Mayor of Birmingham Coun Shafique Shah
The Government's plans for a "Northern Powerhouse" are excluding the rest of the country, Labour's Shadow Chancellor has warned

Tata will look abroad if JLR pay row goes on, union told

Lord Kumar Bhattacharyya
Lord Bhattacharyya says car giant's  owner 'will not hesitate' to invest overseas if bitter wage dispute drags on

Old ATV presenter eyes spring launch of local station

Mike Prince pictured in 1982 outside his home
City could finally see see its own local TV station in action in three months spearheaded by the former face of ATV
Jaguar F-Types in The Mall

Lord leaps in as JLR pay row threatens our greatest industry

Midland-based peer Kumar Bhattacharyya should know what he is talking about when it comes to industrial disputes, argues Jon Griffin

Review: Two Cats Roaming Kitchen pop-up restaurant, at Six Eight Kafé

The beetroot soup at Two Cats Roaming Kitchen
Birmingham's Latvian pop-up brings raw menu to coffee shop basement
Andrew Mitchell outside his north London home updated

Sutton Coldfield MP Andrew Mitchell loses plebgate High Court case

Judge rules on balance of probability that former chief whip did use words which amounted to the "potentially toxic" term pleb

UKIP will only go so far before it's turned back

UKIP leader Nigel Farage
Nigel Farage's party certainly gets its fair share of headlines, but will that convert into actual seats come next May?
The beetroot soup at Two Cats Roaming Kitchen

Review: Two Cats Roaming Kitchen pop-up restaurant, at Six Eight Kafé

Birmingham's Latvian pop-up brings raw menu to coffee shop basement

The Drinks Emporium in Birmingham stocks £17,500 Champagne at new shop

Owner Simon Ranson-Tester with a £17,500 Louis Roederer Cristal 2002 Gold Medallion Jeroboam encrusted in 24 Carat Gold at new off-licence the Drinks Emporium on the Aston Road
Specialist off licence opens off Aston Expressway

Imran Qureshi exhibition at Ikon Gallery

An exhibit of 30,000 sheets of crumpled up pieces of paper, called 'And they still seek the traces of blood' and by Imran Qureshi, is at the Ikon Gallery in Birmingham
He’s the Pakistani artist who paints in miniature, but also thinks big. Graham Young meets Imran Qureshi
Kimberley Wapplington, Smith Cooper; Nick Lee, Smith Cooper; Sarah Jennings, DWF, attend a drinks reception at Birmingham Metro Bar & Grill for new Smith Cooper partner Nick Lee.

Smith Cooper celebrate Birmingham expansion

Business advisory firm Smith Cooper, hosted an event at Metro Bar and Grill to celebrate their expansion in Birmingham

Big Hoot art project launches at Ikon Gallery

Charlie Langhorne, Wild in Art; Sarah-Jane Marsh, Birmingham Children's Hospital; Rob Pendleton, LDC; Jerry Blackett, Birmingham Chamber of Commerce, attended The Big Hoot art project launch event at the Ikon Gallery in Birmingham.
Project will see more than 100 individually designed owl statues appear throughout Birmingham during next summer to help showcase the wide cultural appeal of the city

Five Midland businesses explored new trade avenues in Istanbul

Selim Ozturk and Emine Ahmetoglu, Turkish Airlines, Nigel Waldron, Power Minerals Ltd, Stacey Barnfield, Birmingham Post, Stephen Hynes, Ultraseal International, Thomas West, Bareface Media, Craig Cooksley, Chairman, Birmingham Post Growth Fund and Kenneth Alfred, Ash UK Power Reserve Ltd.
The Birmingham Post linked up with Turkish Airlines to take five of the region’s businesses to Istanbul to explore new trade avenues.
Philpotts owner Patisserie Holdings has reported positive annual results

Sales boom at Philpotts owner Patisserie Holdings

Café and sandwich shop chain reports positive turnover and profit and eyes a further 20 store openings during coming year

Paragon Group chief hails 'brave new world' of buoyant lending market

Nigel Terrington, chief executive of Paragon
Chief executive Nigel Terrington says Solihull group's boom reflected a housing sector and wider economy recovering from recession

Revenue rises at pub group M&B

Mitchells & Butlers' headquarters on Fleet Street, Birmingham
Sales at M&B, which has profited from a focus on food income, rose to £1.97 billion in the year to September 27

Videos & Photos

The beetroot soup at Two Cats Roaming Kitchen

Review: Two Cats Roaming Kitchen pop-up restaurant, at Six Eight Kafé

Owner Simon Ranson-Tester with a £17,500 Louis Roederer Cristal 2002 Gold Medallion Jeroboam encrusted in 24 Carat Gold at new off-licence the Drinks Emporium on the Aston Road

The Drinks Emporium in Birmingham stocks £17,500 Champagne at new shop

A computer-generated image of the urban room at the redeveloped Mailbox

Hugo Boss returns as Mailbox Birmingham lets two-thirds of space

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