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Trojan Horse inquiry uncovers campaign of 'aggressive Islamic ethos'

The inquiry uncovers pupils branded “kaffir” if they failed to attend prayers, children told that women who refused to have sex with husbands would be sent to hell and non-Muslim children excluded from school trips supposedly designed to teach foreign languages - which were really religious pilgrimages

Tributes paid after long-serving doctor Peter Pollitt passes away

Former Walsall doctor Peter Pollitt
Peter Pollitt ran his own surgery on Broadway which had approximately 3,500 patients as well as working in casualty at the old Walsall General Hospital. He had also served as a magistrate in Walsall before passing away suddenly at his home last week

Heritage Collection wins Palomar restaurant order

Tableware designed by Heritage Collection at Palomar
Birmingham silversmith completes 2,500-piece order in three weeks for new London eatery

Heritage Collection wins Palomar restaurant order

Tableware designed by Heritage Collection at Palomar
Birmingham silversmith completes 2,500-piece order in three weeks for new London eatery

Floors-2-Go placed into administration for third time

Floors-2-Go has gone into administration for a third time
MB Insolvency appointed to Birmingham-based retailer as mystery shrouds latest twist in company's history

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Two Snow Hill, Birmingham

M&G Investments linked to Two Snowhill deal

Property group rumoured to be eyeing 14-storey office building after HS2 letting secured

Floors-2-Go has gone into administration for a third time

Floors-2-Go placed into administration for third time

MB Insolvency appointed to Birmingham-based retailer as mystery shrouds latest twist in company's history

Midven leads £300,000 funding round in image company

Mark White, investment director of Midven’s Rainbow Seed Fund
Spectral Edge will use capital to bring colour deficiency product to market
General business

Watch out for the pitfalls of investing in art

The value of works of art can be extremely volatile, rising and falling on the popularity, or even, mortality of the artist.

CPD changes set to bring more freedom

Steve Allen
The Solicitors Regulation Authority has pledged to scrap the 16 hours of continuing professional development solicitors must complete every year.
Tableware designed by Heritage Collection at Palomar

Heritage Collection wins Palomar restaurant order

Birmingham silversmith completes 2,500-piece order in three weeks for new London eatery

Christian Bull, real estate partner at Mills & Reeve

Mills & Reeve advise on BCU property deal

The 28,000 sq ft purchase is the city's largest office transaction of the year and will be the location for the university’s administrative function and official head office

Videos & Photos

Two Snowhill

Two Snowhill will house new HS2 team in Birmingham

New Street's atrium as seen from the Rotunda

Video: New Street milestone reached as atrium roof takes shape

Birmingham city centre renaissance boosted by new regeneration company

In This Week's Paper

Journalists

Graeme Brown
Regional Head of Business
Enda Mullen
Business Reporter
Cillian O’ Brien
Business Reporter
Jon Griffin
Business Reporter
Alison Jones
Features writer
Ben Hurst
News Editor
Jonathan Walker
Political Editor