Yardley seat 'under threat' after positive showing at local elections says city's Lib Dem group
Same old faces being tipped to become 'Metro Mayor' for the region suggest that the search needs to be widened
Labour MP under fire from predecessor John Hemming but says decision will save taxpayers the £25,000 cost of by-election
General election counts in Birmingham take longer and longer, but the locals were rushed through in a matter of minutes
Conservatives have at least 65 women MPs, over a third more than 2010
They don't like to talk about it but sometimes top politicians admit this general election campaign is really targeting a small number of voters
City's Conservatives launch manifesto ahead of next month's local authority elections as party tries to make further gains at council
Almost 70,000 Birmingham voters have dropped off the electoral register since a strict new system was introduced.
Yardley MP could be ordered to pay nearly £20,000 for cost of bringing case against Birmingham City Council to court
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.
Lib Dem and Tory Birmingham MPs earn more from business interests than they do from politics
Pro-smoking campaigners Forest claim the legislation is excessive
The Post has looked into the odds of candidates in 25 constituencies in Birmingham and the Black Country and Labour are tipped to gain with UKIP winning none
Labour and the Liberal Democrats are expected to have a close fight in Birmingham Yardley in the 2015 General Election
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
A year of ups and downs for the city's political leader as Neil Elkes takes a sideways look at those deserving an award
With talk mayor for the West Midlands back on the agenda, political editor Jonathan Walker assesses the potential candidates
Many have doubted Birmingham MP John Hemming's causes - until he is proved right.
One is the ongoing complaints that the roads in parts of Birmingham are too hilly - even though neighbouring hilly areas have used the bins with ease for years.
Liam Byrne, Labour's MP for Hodge Hill, said the Government was not giving Birmingham a fair deal.