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15:00, 6 JUL 2015
Warnings over child security at Midlands A&E
Chief inspector of hospitals issues warning to Worcestershire Acute Hospitals NHS Trust over concerns about A&E departments following unannounced inspection earlier this year
The Blairites are taking back control of Labour - and Yvette Cooper is their candidate
The Blairites have been quiet for years but they haven't gone away - and now they see a chance to reclaim their party
Browne Jacobson appoints partner to clinical negligence team
Previously an associate with Bevan Brittan in Birmingham, Mr Fuggle has more than ten years' experience in handling clinical negligence claims
Major gains in trauma care ‘must not be lost’
Huge steps forward at a Birmingham hospital have led to much better survival rates for soldiers who have suffered terrible injuries in Iraq and Afghanistan.
‘Prejudice by teachers holds back obese pupils’
Low expectations of fat pupils ‘could harm academic performance’, claims researcher
Hunt pledges to tackle NHS agency staff ‘rip-off’
Fears over quality of work at Midland hospitals as crackdown planned
Dearth of higher apprenticeships in Birmingham
Only five 'higher-level' apprenticeships in Birmingham area on goverment's 'Find an Apprenticeship' website
Inequality and how to solve the UK's productivity puzzle
Experience in the West Midlands demonstrates that the loss of manufacturing reduces wealth and opportunity.
West Midlands PFI projects set taxpayers back £12.7bn
Schemes such as Building Schools for the Future and Queen Elizabeth and Walsgrave hospitals have racked up a gigantic bill for the region
Queen's Speech: Devolution, jobs and EU referendum to be included
Conservatives claim the Queen’s speech will drive forward jobs, investment and growth throughout the West Midlands
Labour must stop being "the timid party" warns Birmingham MP
Birmingham MP Roger Godsiff says he warned former leader Ed Miliband that Labour was on course to lose the general election
MPs slam campaigning group 38 Degrees and back Transatlantic Trade and Investment treaty
MPs defend planned "TTIP" trade treaty with US and condemn campaign group
More industrial unrest over cuts is predicted
A threatened bank holiday rail strike was averted after Network Rail improved a pay offer, but many other disputes have broken out, or worsened, since the Conservatives took power
NHS boss: Parents making childhood obesity ‘normal’
Parents who allow their children to eat junk food and lead sedentary lifestyles are “normalising obesity”, the head of the NHS in England has warned.
David Cameron renews NHS pledges at Handsworth health centre
Seven-day working set to come in following Tory election victory as PM battles flu to deliver first major speech since re-taking power
Why A&E waiting time failure should set alarm bells ringing
One in eight A&E patients waiting for more than four hours as NHS trusts in England fail to meet target
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.
Coventry Hospital trust and uni championed
The success of two of Coventry's largest employers has been underlined to an audience of business leaders.
PwC's work on gender equality recognised
The firm has again been named in The Times Top 50 Employers for Women 2015, published in partnership with Opportunity Now, the workplace gender campaign from Business in the Community
Doctor Raj Mattu's £14m claim for sacking 'is greedy'
Heart specialist Dr Raj Mattu fights for payout after he blew whistle on hospital.
Employment partner joins Bevan Brittan's Birmingham team
Ashley Norman’s appointment takes Bevan Brittan’s employment team to four partners, part of a 10 partner-strong litigation, advisory and regulatory practice
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.
Negligence claims cost West Midlands hospitals £45m
The Heart of England NHS Trust, which runs Heartlands, Good Hope and Solihull hospitals, had the biggest bill in the region – £13.9 million for 2013-14
FBC Manby Bowdler creates community care team in wake of Care Act
The firm says it has made the move in response to major changes that will stem from the introduction of the Care Act and an expected upsurge in enquiries