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BBC Director-General Tony Hall

Director general vows to strengthen BBC Birmingham as more criticism over investment pours in

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In a letter to the Post, Tony Hall said he was committed to making sure the West Midlands is “properly represented and reflected”

London Mayor Boris Johnson has thrown his weight behind the Post's campaign for a fairer deal from the BBC

Boris Johnson backs Post campaign for fairer deal from BBC

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Mayor of London follows in the footsteps of Prime Minister David Cameron in calling on the broadcaster to spend a similar amount in this region as everywhere else in the UK

Prime Minister David Cameron

David Cameron: Labour's high speed rail rethink is a "slap in the face" to Midlands

Prime Minister condemns Labour Shadow Chancellor Ed Balls for saying new east-west rail line should come before completing HS2

Birmingham City Council leader Sir Albert Bore (centre) meets with William Hague MP (left) and leaders from Core Cities Bristol, Liverpool, Cardiff, Manchester, Newcastle, Leeds and Nottingham

Core Cities UK meets William Hague to push devolution vision

Sir Albert Bore joins up with other city leaders for meeting with former Tory Party leader who now heads the Cabinet Committee for Devolved Powers

Birmingham City Council where members are predicting a 'battle royale' if an elected mayor is imposed on the city or region

City councillors predict 'battle royale' over elected mayor

Watchdog committee calls for inquiry into the proposals for joint working between the Birmingham and Black Country authorities

Neil Elkes meets 'White Dee' Deirdre Kelly at the Conservative Party Conference fringe event at the Novotel in Broad Street, Birmingham.

Neil Elkes: White Dee shakes many a pre-conception at Birmingham's Tory Party Conference

Deirdre Kelly, White Dee of Benefits Street fame, was enough to draw a large crowd - and media - to an average meeting room at Birmingham Broad Street's Novotel, for the Tory Party Conference.

Traffic jam in Birmingham city centre

Birmingham looks at 'diesel tax' in bid to cut congestion

Charges are back on the agenda as council comes under pressure to cut pollution

George Osborne

Chancellor wants Birmingham to have elected mayor

George Osborne promises cash and control over transport and housing

The British Council For Offices Annual Conference at The ICC in Birmingham. Isabel Oakeshott speaks during the panel debate

New politics and new economics discussed at BCO conference in Birmingham

Sir Albert Bore welcomes 450-plus delegates to second day of three-day conference, which started on Wednesday with tours of Jaguar Land Rover and the city centre

Birmingham Post publishes special supplement for BCO Annual Conference

Dedicated 28-page pullout in today's paper while British Council for Office previous updated Guide to Specification

BCO chief executive Richard Kauntze

Paradise Circus 'will help Birmingham play catch up with Manchester'

British Council for Offices chief praises key project's vision ahead of property conference

Boris Johnson has backed proposals to build a cycle route along the entire 120-mile route of the HS2 line

Boris Johnson backs Birmingham-to-London cycle route

The Mayor of London threw his support behind the project, which is being considered by the Department for Transport

Mayor of London Boris Johnson

Time to say hello to regional mayor and cash control?

Big cities should be allowed to put up council tax, keep a share of VAT and elect regional mayors and assemblies in a similar way to London, according to Birmingham City Council.

Birmingham Airport

Birmingham Airport hopes dashed by Davies Commission

Grand plans to expand airport to solve capacity issues blown away as commission focuses solely on South East

Birmingham Council House, Victoria Square

Put us in charge - and let us raise our own taxes, say England's great cities

Birmingham has joined forces with "core cities" including Manchester, Liverpool and Newcastle to draw up a nine-point plan for helping the big cities thrive again

Boris Johnson

Boris Johnson - Give London the airport it deserves

Boris Johnson has made no bones about his dismay at the government's timetable for the Airport Commission review.

Artist's impression of the planned high speed rail train

Who picks up bill for high speed rail?

The HS2 debate continues to gather a considerable head of steam following a troubling few weeks for the ‘UK’s largest infrastructure project.’

Dr Ron Daniels updating Boris Johnson about Sepsis on his trip to London

Blood poisoning campaign wins Boris Johnson backing

Doctor wants to raise the profile of sepsis, which kills 37,000 people in Britain each year

Birmingham Airport

Birmingham Airport bosses back Boris Johnson plan

Airport finds common ground with Mayor over opposition to Heathrow Airport expansion

Chancellor George Osborne delivers his spending review

Spending review: Transport wins dash for Whitehall cash

DfT will make a 9 per cent saving in day-to-day spending but receive largest boost of any department to its capital budget


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