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14:28, 20 MAY 2015
Threat to Nature Conservation
Decades of progress in the protection of wildlife may be derailed by a review of the European Union's nature conservation legislation.
Deutsche Bank ponders leaving UK on EU exit
Banks employs more than 2,000 at base in Brindleyplace and is one of several major corporate firms in the city
MP Andrew Mitchell won't rule out return
Ex-cabinet minister in ‘plebgate’ scandal still has desire for frontline role as minister.
Midland MPs put at heart of business and finance in Westminster
Bromsgrove MP Sajid Javid has has been appointed Business Secretary while Ladywood's Shabana Mahmood will be Labour's Shadow Chief Secretary to the Treasury
General Election 2015: A disunited kingdom?
What last week's general election did expose was that the UK seems to be a more fragmented place than ever.
Birmingham barrister one of faces of I am an Immigrant campaign
S Chelvan, a barrister with No5 Chambers, is one of 15 immigrants selected to feature in the crowd-funded ‘I am an Immigrant’ campaign - initiated by the Movement Against Xenophobia and run through the Joint Council for the Welfare of Immigrants
Election 2015: The economic realities of Election 2015
In every election voters are asked to make their decision based on the economic record of the incumbent - in this case a coalition - government or that offered by an alternative party.
Jaguar Land Rover
Jaguar Land Rover considers electric car production in Austria
The Post recently revealed the Midland car-maker was targeting potential new factories in Turkey and Austria, contrary to reports it is set for the US
Jaguar Land Rover
Call for driverless cars backing with Jaguar Land Rover 'years from production'
A Commons inquiry said the vehicles had the potential to dramatically cut road deaths, or reduce them to nothing, while JLR said they could have the vehicles ready within 10 years
Aston Martin unveils growth plans at Geneva motor show
Andy Palmer outlined the firm’s plans at the Geneva motor show, and said growth would come from a crossover vehicle, wider availability of its Lagonda Taraf luxury saloon and a new generation of sportscars
West Midlands' exports rise despite UK-wide fall
The region enjoyed its sixth consecutive year of export growth in 2014 on the back of success stories like Jaguar Land Rover and JCB
Jaguar Land Rover
End of the road draws near for Land Rover Defender
As the clock ticks down on the last year of production of the Land Rover Defender, Enda Mullen visits the production line in Solihull
Alternatively powered cars: Hybrids - not electrics - lead the charge
At the moment everyone seems to be waiting for a 'game changer' in terms of a big breakthrough in battery technology which could see consumers switch over in a big way.
Deflation and the dangers of 'turning Japanese'
Optimists argue that a number of things will occur militating against the normal problems associated with falling prices.
Innovation Birmingham hunts climate change pioneers
Latest €400,000 programme launches to find green stars to develop services and products to be at the forefront of climate change
Birmingham City Council
Sir Albert Bore re-appointed to European Committee for the Regions role
City council leader will have held a role in the key European body for more than a quarter of a century at the end of his latest stint
Politicians have failed to listen to the public on immigration, warns Labour MP
A survey of constituents by a Birmingham MP found a substantial minority opposes any form of immigration
Chuka Umunna insists Labour would back business and sets out five-point plan for jobs
With Labour's relationship with business in the spotlight, Chuka Umunna names the six key industry sectors where a Labour government would focus support
Don't look now but the world is watching Birmingham
With Birmingham recently named as the Start-up hotspot for the second year in a row, and the UK's most investable city, there's no shortage of positive messages to give.
The Greek election - what are the repercussions?
The victory by anti-austerity party Syriza will see Alexis Tsipras lead Syriza on the promise it will renegotiate the terms of the bailout Greece has received
Quarter of West Midlands homes can't afford basic standard of living
In the week the Birmingham Post unveils its Rich List, Jonathan Walker looks at the other side of the coin and examines how one in four homes in the region have been plunged into poverty
General Election 2015: Conservatives tipped to retain Aldridge-Brownhills
While Conservative MP Richard Shepherd will stand down as Aldridge-Brownhills MP in 2015, bookmakers expect the party to retain the seat in the General Election
UK Independence Party
Want to know what UKIP believe? Read their manifesto pledges
UKIP's 2014 manifesto has been delayed, but we can look at what Nigel Farage and his colleagues were promising last time
SGH Martineau transatlantic delegation seals US deals
The meetings, organised in association with three US law firms, were designed to explain the benefits of setting up or acquiring a business in the UK, whilst addressing specific areas of concern for clients and prospects of the three firms