Taskforce vow over hundreds of job losses in the Black Country has been reversed
Andrew Whitehead on the legal processes that UK policymakers would likely have to negotiate in the event of a Brexit.
The Foreign Secretary tells Jonathan Walker that the stakes are too high to consider leaving Europe
A number of Birmingham's Labour MPs are calling for the UK to leave the European Union, while Tories in the wider West Midlands also back "Brexit"
PM criticised over delay in decision on third Heathrow runway as regions left in limbo
The Government has realised it needs to convince the Midlands it cares about more than the "Northern Powerhouse"
Businesses want more focus on regional airports after a delay in the decision on whether to build a new runway at Heathrow or Gatwick
Proposals for a metro mayor covering the "Greater Birmingham" region have come in for criticism
Labour MPs lined up to attack their own party leader - and to invite David Cameron to agree with them - as the House of Commons discussed the terrorist attacks in Paris
Birmingham MP Liam Byrne launched a battle for the soul of the Labour Party as he warned that “moderates” needed to explain how they would cut inequality
The Prime Minister wants to convince British voters that we should stay in the EU but he is taking a huge gamble with the nation's future
George Osborne could still become the next Tory leader but the tax credits disaster is a reminder that he's not invincible
Chancellor under fire from Birmingham politicians over apparent snub to the city during this week's visit of Chinese President Xi Jinping
Personal intervention from George Osborne will see President Xi Jinping spend time touring Manchester despite Chinese leader's desire to visit the city
The Birmingham City Council leader announced he would leave the role after 16 years after a week that saw two of his Labour cabinet step down and more councillors threaten to jump ship
Mr Cameron said the West Bromwich East MP should “examine his conscience” for comments about Lord Brittan, the former Home Secretary
The Goodness Gracious Me star called for more investment in production in the region – and is backing the Post’s campaign demanding a fairer share of BBC spending
Mofilm was established in 2009 and is a fast-growing crowdsourcing content developer
Black Country MP Tom Watson, the favourite to become Labour's deputy leader, is trying to heal a party divided by a brutal leadership contest
David Cameron's "greenest government ever" paradoxically continues to go about the task of unraveling many of our renewable energy subsidies