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Education Secretary Nicky Morgan has outlined new plans to combat extreme views among schoolchildren

New bid to prevent another Trojan Horse

Education Secretary outlines plans to combat homophobia and extreme views among schoolchildren

Birmingham academic slams William Tell rape scene

Danièle Sanderson, deputy head of the Birmingham School of Acting
Deputy head of the Birmingham School of Acting says Damiano Michieletto's interpretation of Rossini classic was 'offensive'

'Inevitable' cash for poorer pupils would fail says NASUWT

Chris Keates, general secretary of NASUWT, says it was inevitable pupil premium funding would have little impact
New report from National Audit Office on pupil premium funding finds the cash has yet to make an impact

Birmingham Wholesale Markets vision a step nearer

A move by traders from the Birmingham Wholesale Markets site is a step closer
New plans lodged for huge out-of-town site in the north of the city to replace markets site near Bullring which is set to become leisure and residential development

Sir Albert Bore keen to build on China links

City council leader Sire Albert Bore is keen to further Birmingham's links with China
City council leader addressed EU President Jean-Claude Juncker and Chinese Premier Li Keqiang during speech at conference in Brussels

Business In Pictures

Second guessing the president of China

Mike Loftus has been impressed by Chinese delegates' willingness to embrace the West Midlands and the wider UK - could we do with some of the same?

Rebecca Broughton, 28, and Violet Thomas, 60 with their new bikes from the Big Birmingham Bike giveaway

Free ride for lucky commuters as city gives away 5,000 bikes

A total of 40 bikes were handed over to their new owners in Victoria Square - the start of a 5,000 bike giveaway under the council’s Birmingham Cycle Revolution scheme.

Chris Keates, general secretary of NASUWT, says it was inevitable pupil premium funding would have little impact

'Inevitable' cash for poorer pupils would fail says NASUWT

New report from National Audit Office on pupil premium funding finds the cash has yet to make an impact

A move by traders from the Birmingham Wholesale Markets site is a step closer

Birmingham Wholesale Markets vision a step nearer

New plans lodged for huge out-of-town site in the north of the city to replace markets site near Bullring which is set to become leisure and residential development

Margot James MP is defending her Stourbridge seat

How the new English Baccalaureate will give every child a fair chance of a job or university place

MP Margot James says the introduction of the English Baccalaureate will help ensure every GCSE student takes the subjects they need to have a chance of a good job or university place

West Midlands Combined Authority is such a dismal title - you would expect no less from a committee

Asking seven council leaders to set aside their local interests for the good of the region, jobs and growth has proved too tall an order

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A move by traders from the Birmingham Wholesale Markets site is a step closer

Birmingham Wholesale Markets vision a step nearer

Peter Salmon, director of BBC England

BBC chief Peter Salmon outlines expansion plans - for the North

The Battery Park site in Selly Oak where Sainsbury's has applied to build a new store

Sainsbury's plans in for Selly Oak site

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