Theresa May has backed down over plans to axe free school meals for all pupils aged four to seven
Gerard Coyne is fired as West Midlands regional organiser after a disciplinary hearing finds him guilty of data breach, but he says he's being punished for opposing union leader Len McCluskey
Exclusive figures obtained under Freedom of Information laws show a total of 1,031 people took the test in Sandwell in 2016
The ambitious project has been given the green light thanks to lottery funding
A detailed look at the general election results shows they weren't quite as bad for Theresa May or as good for Jeremy Corbyn as some people think
West Midlands Mayor lobbying Government to get diesel cars off the road reduce choking pollution in Birmingha
London and Birmingham, Labour and Conservatives - two big city mayors put differences aside in memory of murdered MP.
Attention at Westminster focuses on horrific London tower block fire as other issues take a back seat
School which helped the careers of Newton Faulkner and Ted Dwane from Mumford & Sons to open in the Jewellery Quarter
Government inspector says things are improving at troubled city council department which has been rated 'inadequate' since 2009
City council plans new policy to tackle problem of homelessness which has sky rocketed since 2011
Secrecy of the vote was 'compromised' in nearly one in ten polling stations, say observers from Commonwealth nations
Theresa May is criticised for attempting to do a deal with the Northern Ireland Democratic Unionist Party in order to stay in power.
Labour Chief Whip Nick Brown says Labour is ready for another election and will challenge Theresa May's government at Westminster for as long as she remains Prime Minister
Conservative MP Andrew Mitchell reveals he refused to distribute official party leaflets because they were so bad
£728,000 cycle path through city nature reserve gets green light after challenge falters
Compensation and pension pot payments for former chief executive Mark Rogers after he departed Birmingham City Council in February
Tom Watson says a second election this year is 'highly likely' and Labour can take power but it needs to win back former voters
Michael Gove makes a comeback while controversial ministers Jeremy Hunt, Sajid Javid and Liam Fox keep their jobs..
Reports the President wants the trip delayed until he is confident there won't be mass protests