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14:28, 18 NOV 2016
Time for hard questions over how we treat each other post-Brexit
Niall Crowley, from Invoke Democracy Now, says the Brexit vote at least prompted people into debating politics
Badger or Scapegoat?
The Government has announced an extension of the badger cull in its efforts to eradicate bovine TB.
West Midlands defies UK trends to post export rise
Region saw no drop in exporting to European Union in build up to referendum
Flurry of deals for Mills & Reeve
Law firm's Birmingham corporate team works on £5bn worth of transactions
Dog Days could be near for British wildlife
There is an opportunity now to reform and improve the ways we reward those who manage land for helping wildlife; equally there is a huge risk that the imperfections of the present system will be used as an excuse to dismantle the whole process.
Whispers in the Woods
As Andrea Leadsom's new brief includes support to farmers, currently delivered through the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP), wildlife should perhaps be worried.
Investment Property Forum hosts annual lunch
The Investment Property Forum held its annual lunch for the region's property professionals
Birmingham's economic growth 'could halve' after Brexit result
Referendum fallout is forecast to hit West Midlands hard according to new report published by financial think tank and law firm
Birmingham 'better placed' to survive Brexit fallout than rival cities
City's economic and development chief says the city will weather the storm created by the EU referendum
John Lewis boss hints at post-Brexit price rise
Andy Street said fluctuations in the exchange rate of sterling was a big issue for the chain which buys a third of its goods in dollars
Brexit: what next for UK auto?
Prof David Bailey argues it doesn't have to be all doom and gloom following the UK's decision to exit the European Union
Brexit fall out should not be allowed to hit Birmingham's plans for growth and jobs
City and regional leaders need to shout out like Scotland and Cornwall to ensure we retain investment and jobs amid Brexit uncertainty
Businesses encouraged to celebrate achievements at the Birmingham Post Business Awards 2016
Guests and sponsors of the Birmingham Post Business Awards 2016 came together at a breakfast launch event held at The Belfry
You're not being shackled from discussing immigration - it's just all you talk about
Local government correspondent Neil Elkes is keen to bust at least one myth, once and for all
No surprise that UK auto industry backs staying in Europe
Professor David Bailey gives a run through of what firms and unions have been saying, and what employers have said in letters to workers regarding the referendum.
Richard Burden: The EU and the Midlands - multinational issues require multinational action
Northfield Labour MP Richard Burden recalls an exchange which showed how the European Union often offers support when you don't realise
Birmingham bullion dealer predicts Brexit gold rush
Britain’s biggest online gold bullion and coin dealer, BullionByPost, is forecasting its biggest ever trading day if voters decide to leave the Eurpean Union
Businesses back Remain in Birmingham Chamber survey
More than half of firms polled in a major survey have come out against a Brexit
Don't forget what the EU has done for West Midlands
Lib Dem leader Tim Farron outlines his reasons for the Birmingham Post why Britain should vote to remain in the European Union
University of Birmingham
Birmingham will be a global force in life sciences, minister predicts
Life sciences minister George Freeman predicted the sector would double in size in the region – creating thousands of skilled jobs
Look to French in great devolution battle
As work continues to form the new West Midlands Combined Authority, Chris Game says a few lessons can be learned from our Gallic cousins across the Channel
UK industry slides into third recession in the last decade
David Bailey looks at the latest official data showing that UK industry is sliding into its third recession.
Agricultural conference debates CAP payments
Law firm Wright Hassall hosted an agricultural conference
Malta presents a great danger to the migrating bird population
Migratory species generally move south in the autumn and north in the spring. Their journeys take them across many countries, one of the smallest of which presents a great danger.