The 2015 General Election in Great Britain takes place on May 7. It is also the same day as the local Government elections. There are 28 constituencies within the West Midlands county, 10 of them in Birmingham. After the 2010 General Election there were eight Labour MPs, one Conservative and one Liberal Democrat for Birmingham. There are more than four million registered voters in the West Midlands.
Those outside Birmingham’s political bubble, or the Washwood Heath community, could be forgiven for never having heard of Mariam Khan – but that is beginning to change after a series of increasingly high-profile appointments and events.
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