More than 20 MPs turned out at a special debate in Parliament over BBC spending levels in the Midlands and the East
No nominations for favourite Andy Burnham as majority of Birmingham MPs back Shadow Home Secretary
Mrs Cooper has the support of at least four of the city’s nine Labour MPs, more than any other contender so far
The Dudley North candidate is accused of scheming with the English Defence League to announce an inflammatory march against a new “mega-mosque”
Conservative Dudley North candidate set for showdown talks after suspension announced over the weekend
Ministers agreed to ensure officials such as Highways Agency staff trace owners of dogs or, where possible, cats if they are killed in collisions with vehicles.
A survey of constituents by a Birmingham MP found a substantial minority opposes any form of immigration
Ian Austin is used to fighting for his seat in General Elections and this time it looks like UKIP will be the main competitor, according to bookies
News about Birmingham is, for better and worse, never far from the political pages and 2015 will no doubt continue that trend with this sextet leading the way
Birmingham MP Steve McCabe (Lab Selly Oak) is the latest to highlight the issue of the public's concerns about immigration
With talk mayor for the West Midlands back on the agenda, political editor Jonathan Walker assesses the potential candidates
A historic vote to recognise Palestine was welcomed by MPs who have campaigned for many years to support Palestine, such as Birmingham MP Richard Burden
The Police Federation employed Midland talkshow host Jon Gaunt to run a cynical and politically-motivated campaign against Birmingham MP Andrew Mitchell, MPs say
Labour's manifesto will include plans for a Minister for the West Midlands and to devolve £20 billion from central government to local councils, Ed Miliband has revealed during a visit to Birmingham
Home Office survey of people of Somali origin in Birmingham in 2005 found that 34 per cent said they had chewed khat in month before the interview
West Midlands MPs from all three major parties criticised the interim report by the Sir Howard Davies Airport Commission, which included two possible options to expand Heathrow
In 1975 political dogma and the need to pacify the Labour left put a stop to the Direct Grant system. They were all meant to become comprehensive schools.
Black Country MP Ian Austin (Lab Dudley North) set out radical proposals to end the link between wealth and access to high-achieving schools
Birmingham Erdington MP appointed Shadow Police Minister in Ed Miliband's front bench
Jonathan Walker writes "Is there any other nation on earth that would put the welfare of badgers above the livelihood of farmers?"