We might have hoped environmental issues would be to the fore during the next general election instead we got the Prime Minister saying she favours fox hunting and will re-open the debate.
Middle East business delegation join Prime Minister in the city to learn about new development and investment projects
Legendary toy retailer Hamleys announced in October it was planning to open a concession stand in House of Fraser while Solihull was awarded its first Michelin star
Business and political leaders from across West Midlands signed letter to Theresa May ahead of landmark decision on whether to expand airport capacity in the South East
Top bosses are earning on average 140 times more than staff according to a new report
Funding for West Midlands Police could be cut as part of the Government’s plan to change the way cash for forces is shared out across the country
Cap on council tax funding for force lifted by the Home Secretary as she admits there will be real term cuts of around 1.3 per cent
Police and Crime Commissioner David Jamieson has said a 'serious discussion' needs to take place before drastically increasing the number of armed officers on the streets.
George Osborne could still become the next Tory leader but the tax credits disaster is a reminder that he's not invincible
Birmingham MP Steve McCabe slams the Home Secretary as she claims immigrants have stolen thousands of jobs across the UK
Efforts to tackle extremism recognised, the ongoing green belt saga and what will national politicians will make of our combined authority chief.
Upstanding Neighbourhoods group told Theresa May about its work challenging extremism and meeting young Muslims in Sparkbrook
The father is meeting police minister Mike Penning alongside local MP Shabana Mahmood (Lab, Ladywood) to explain that he was still waiting for an explanation
Birmingham was targeted by a "co-ordinated, deliberate and sustained" campaign to introduce "an intolerant and aggressive Islamic ethos into a few schools"
Home Secretary Theresa May said the technique was being misused so often across the country that it was damaging relations between the public and police
Speaker of the House of Commons John Bercow has found his match in Lichfield MP Michael Fabricant.
Home Secretary Theresa May has defended the police and crime commissioner by-election on August 21.
Home Secretary urges all to look at how controversy came about but stop short of demanding police action
MPs from across the West Midlands are backing calls for a national inquiry into historic cases of child sex abuse.
This Birmingham Cycle Revolution, if it gains traction, could well change this culture to all our benefit.