The party will also meet officials from Birmingham University to discuss the
university’s collaboration with a range of organisations in Guangzhou, the third largest city in China. And they will have lunch with Prof David Eastwood, the university’s Vice Chancellor
The Chancellor is expected to unveil a further rise in the personal allowance above the £10,000 level promised by the coalition, and confirm heavily-trailed childcare subsidies among other measures to help those on lower and middle-incomes
Labour cabinet member for development Coun Tahir Ali was grilled by the Edgbaston District Committee over his decision not to go ahead with the veteran’s homes planned for Loftus Close, in Bartley Green
Labour council leader Sir Albert Bore called for greater co-operation at the city-region level to not only offer strategic economic leadership but cut duplication and inefficiency at a time of shrinking public sector budgets
Labour group confirms the package of £86 million cuts to council spending – including reductions in street cleaning, libraries, bulky waste and green waste collections and reductions in community services
Speaking at the Unite Union office on Broad Street, Mr Burnham accused David Cameron of “supreme arrogance” after the Government’s huge reorganisation of the NHS through the Health and Social Care Act 2012.
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