David Bailey looks at the latest official data showing that UK industry is sliding into its third recession.
Law firm Wright Hassall hosted an agricultural conference
Migratory species generally move south in the autumn and north in the spring. Their journeys take them across many countries, one of the smallest of which presents a great danger.
David Bailey on the progress still needed on the ‘5 Asks’ for the UK steel industry
It is not just the steel industry and the impact of the international market which is making the headlines right now, says solicitor Andrew Whitehead
Vote Leave chief and Edgbaston MP Gisela Stuart claims liabilities will see huge tax rise
For some EU membership is not an article of faith and it could be those votes which matter
Andrew Whitehead on the legal processes that UK policymakers would likely have to negotiate in the event of a Brexit.
The EU has developed policies and action for the environment and wildlife based on sound science, strategic thinking, and stability free of the short-term election cycles of member countries.
The Foreign Secretary tells Jonathan Walker that the stakes are too high to consider leaving Europe
Greater Birmingham Chamber of Commerce says it will now remain neutral in the debate after survey showed opinion over EU referendum is reasonably even
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"
Birmingham should model itself on Copenhagen where nearly half of residents cycle to work, a health expert has claimed
The outline of a deal for the UK has just been announced, and an early Brexit vote looks a distinct possibility.
The final edition of the famous 4x4 will roll off the production line in Solihull tomorrow after 68 years of production
City institute hosts event to launch the Britain Stronger in Europe campaign with a trio of West Midlands MPs
Looking back over 2015 it is easy to find the bad news for nature, finding the good news not so.
Professor David Bailey examines the decision by Jaguar to enter Formula E and its potential impact the future of the firm's green credentials
Professor David Bailey reflects on the decision to scrap the Business Growth Service (BGS), including the popular Manufacturing Advisory Service (MAS) and the Growth Accelerator programme.
Andrew Whitehead picks the key points out of the recent Autumn Statement from an environmental perspective