Prime Minister dismisses newspaper description of Birmingham as "Jihad capital"
Conservative leader Theresa May explains why she thinks Andy Street is the right person to be West Midlands mayor
Prime Minister Theresa Mays says the UK wants more than just a trade deal, as she speaks to the Birmingham Mail the day before she triggers Article 50
Prime Minister Theresa May says the Government's controversial school funding proposals were an attempt to ask people 'is this going to work?'
Councillor calls for owners of former North Worcestershire Golf Club to
Developer has withdrawn speculative planning application for eight metre high assault course in Birmingham's premier park
In 2016/17, councils across the West Midlands said they paid out £7.9 in compensation to road users due to poor road conditions
The long-awaited regeneration of the 43 arce Icknield Port Loop site, one of Birmingham’s largest single development schemes, is another step nearer.
Birmingham City Council has been given a £2.9 million Department for Transport grant to install the charging points on main routes and hubs
Promise made as five candidates appear in public debate at Coventry Cathedral
Institute will lead development of a campus in Selly Oak which will conduct research and studies to bring new medical treatments to market
Political Editor Jonathan Walker was inside Parliament when the terror incident happened.
Sounds similar to gunfire have reportedly been heard close to the Palace of Westminster
Several MPs are on lockdown in the House of Commons Chamber, while others are staying put inside their offices nearby.
The bitter battle between Len McCluskey and Gerard Coyne for leadership of Unite took a new twist after the union threatened its own branch secretaries with legal action.
Health Minister tells the House of Commons he hopes to get the number of Brummie kids getting their teeth extracted down
Trade union accuses institute of planning to remove protections that academic staff against redundancy
Transport for West Midlands will operate the network while it undergoes a major expansion with a series of extensions and new lines
Selly Oak MP Steve McCabe wants inquiry to prevent repeat of error in which wrong advice was given to planning committee leading to permission being granted for controversial Lidl store
Researchers writing in the Journal of Cancer made a discovery which will be good news for Balti Triangle regulars