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15:05, 23 AUG 2013
Transatlantic deal plans to boost motor sector firms
All Party Parliamentary Motor Group chair Richard Burden urges all parties to back Midlands car industry
Birmingham City Council
MP launches campaign to combat Birmingham unemployment
Plans to tackle young jobless after MP claims Government is failing his constituents
Tories drop Birmingham Edgbaston for Northfield as key election target
After three successive general election defeats the Conservatives have finally ditched Birmingham Edgbaston as their key election target in Birmingham.
Neil Elkes: A little less conversation
A few years ago there was a television news feature on Harold Wilson's Labour Government of the 1960s and its success in driving through a series of social reforms, including the legalisation of homosexuality for over 21s, the abolition of the death penalty and the legalisation of abortion.
Birmingham MP Liam Byrne battles Labour left over welfare reforms
One of Labour’s most senior MPs in the Midlands is at the centre of a major row with activists and union leaders after he refused to vote against the Government’s “workfare” plans in the Commons.
Moving the goalpost
Chris Game looks at voting patterns that couldbe a concern for the Conservative Party.
Blears to meet MPs to discuss West Midlands city region hopes
Local Government Secretary Hazel Blears is to meet MPs for discussions about how the West Midlands’ bid for city region status can be saved.
MPs slam hybrid cars in favour of buying British
Trendy “green” Japanese cars should be axed from the Government fleet in favour of award-winning British vehicles such as Jaguars, MPs have insisted.
MG Motor UK
Hazel Blears calls for local government shake-up
Local government must be transformed to give local people far more control over neighbourhood services, according to the Local Government Secretary.