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© 2017 Trinity Mirror Midlands
18:04, 30 JAN 2014
Labour saves Cameron from Immigration Bill defeat
Midland MPs took part in a rebellion against the Government as David Cameron avoided humiliation in the Commons thanks to Labour
Merry Christmas... a festive message from the Birmingham Post Editor
Birmingham Post Editor Stacey Barnfield reflects on a busy year for Birmingham.
Ministry of Defence
War hero Matt Croucher defends soldier over Taliban murder
Most highly-decorated Marine to serve in Iraq and Afghanistan believes 'the only good militant is a dead militant'
Spy agencies lack democratic control, MP Tom Watson warns
Revelations that security services are monitoring internet traffic have led to outrage in the US but little debate in the UK, according to MPs
Postal worker jailed after downloading terrorist guides
Two years in jail after postal worker is convicted for possessing material encouraging terrorism
Uncle Sam’s spying on allies cannot be justified
Our man in America, Christopher Bucktin, reflects on a growing problem for Barack Obama.
Murdered soldier Lee Rigby to be inscribed at National Memorial Arboretum in Staffordshire
The name of murdered soldier Lee Rigby will be inscribed on a national memorial honouring Britain’s fallen servicemen and women in Staffordshire.
Phil Bennion: Hope and progress amid the violence and death in Pakistan's election
West Midlands MEP Phil Bennion was part of the EU team to observe the 2013 Pakistan elections.
Call to bring Camp Bastion memorial to the Midlands
A memorial to British soldiers killed in Afghanistan could be dismantled in Camp Bastion and rebuilt at the National Memorial Arboretum in Staffordshire.
Ministry of Defence
Post Comment: Bringing the memory of our fallen home
It is a solemn site which has seen the great and the good gather to pay tribute to those who have fallen in Afghanistan.
Movie Review: Star Trek Into Darkness
The three screenwriters of Star Trek Into Darkness abandon that crusading spirit, harking back to bygone Starfleet missions for this action-packed sequel to JJ Abrams's 2009 revamp of the franchise.
Citizenship classes should not isolate
Dear Editor, We are writing in response to the Communities and Local Government’s announcement about citizenship classes for mosques and madrassahs.
Repertory Theatre Birmingham
After the fall of apartheid
John Kani talks to Terry Grimley about his new play.
Terror Arrests: 'A major investigation'
Yesterday's anti-terrorist raids in Birmingham represent just the beginning of a major operation.
Check your terror attack cover
Tenants should check their building insurance to make sure they don't face crippling bills in the event of a terrorist attack.