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Jonathan Walker

Jonathan Walker

The Birmingham Post's Political Editor based at Westminster.

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Birmingham MPs have joined the tidalwave of calls for Jeremy Corbyn to stand down as Labour leader

Jeremy Corbyn is 'leading Labour off a cliff' says Birmingham MP

Selly Oak MP Steve McCabe joins chorus of voices from within Labour Party calling for left wing leader to stand down

Vow to listen to West Coast Main Line commuters' concerns

Government pledge after it published controversial plans to cut services to West Midlands locations

Prime Minister David Cameron is under fire over a pledge to help British Gas workers

Anger as David Cameron breaks pledge to help British Gas workers

Taskforce vow over hundreds of job losses in the Black Country has been reversed

Birmingham Central Mosque

Council 'must share blame' for isolating Birmingham's Muslims

Labour MP for Perry Barr Khalid Mahmood says mistakes over housing and jobs have made integration difficult in the city

Andrew Mitchell has waded into the debate over cuts to disability benefits

Andrew Mitchell queries Chancellor's future

Sutton Coldfield MP pours scorn over benefits plan which split Conservative Party

The Government has lifted the threat of intervention at Birmingham City Council

Birmingham City Council takeover threat lifted

But doubts remain over the ability of Europe's largest local authority to deal with its planned budget cuts

MPs have voted overwhelmingly in favour of HS2

Major step forward for HS2 as almost 400 MPs back new line

Bill to create high-speed railway line between Birmingham and the capital will now pass to the House of Lords with construction set to begin next year

ASIMO (Advanced Step in Innovative Mobility) Honda's humanoid robot, walks with a tray of beverages as it makes its UK debut at the WIRED Conference in London

Robots will kill off 11m UK jobs, warns Tom Watson

Up to 11 million British jobs will be lost to robots, Labour MP Tom Watson has warned

An aerial view of the M42 Junction 6 which serves the M42 and airport

M42 'needs new junction' to cope with HS2 station

Airport calls for major infrastructure boost on back of high speed rail

West Midlands Police could lose out on funding to rural forces

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


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