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© 2018 Trinity Mirror Midlands
10:41, 17 MAR 2016
Those in the middle of the EU referendum debate are not being helped by the heavy handed rhetoric on the fringes
For some EU membership is not an article of faith and it could be those votes which matter
Brexit - hard facts and uncertainties
Andrew Whitehead on the legal processes that UK policymakers would likely have to negotiate in the event of a Brexit.
The EU: How Would Wildlife Vote?
The EU has developed policies and action for the environment and wildlife based on sound science, strategic thinking, and stability free of the short-term election cycles of member countries.
Hammond: Quitting EU will damage car industry in the Midlands
The Foreign Secretary tells Jonathan Walker that the stakes are too high to consider leaving Europe
Around 40pc of Birmingham businesses want a Brexit
Greater Birmingham Chamber of Commerce says it will now remain neutral in the debate after survey showed opinion over EU referendum is reasonably even
EU referendum: West Midlands is a heartland of the anti-EU campaign
A number of Birmingham's Labour MPs are calling for the UK to leave the European Union, while Tories in the wider West Midlands also back "Brexit"
Birmingham should use Copenhagen as role model for cycling, claims doctor
Birmingham should model itself on Copenhagen where nearly half of residents cycle to work, a health expert has claimed
Have we all got the energy for a Brexit?
The outline of a deal for the UK has just been announced, and an early Brexit vote looks a distinct possibility.
Jaguar Land Rover
End of the road for Land Rover Defender
The final edition of the famous 4x4 will roll off the production line in Solihull tomorrow after 68 years of production
Aston University calls for Britain to stay in EU
City institute hosts event to launch the Britain Stronger in Europe campaign with a trio of West Midlands MPs
2015 was a bad year for nature
Looking back over 2015 it is easy to find the bad news for nature, finding the good news not so.
Jaguar Land Rover
Jaguar's Formula E entry showcases green ambitions
Professor David Bailey examines the decision by Jaguar to enter Formula E and its potential impact the future of the firm's green credentials
Manufacturing Advisory Service
Scrapping MAS is a retrograde step
Professor David Bailey reflects on the decision to scrap the Business Growth Service (BGS), including the popular Manufacturing Advisory Service (MAS) and the Growth Accelerator programme.
Climate talks - how to lose at cards
Andrew Whitehead picks the key points out of the recent Autumn Statement from an environmental perspective
The UK Auto Industry and Europe
Professor David Bailey reflects on the impact of EU membership on the UK's auto industry.
Climate talks - The stage is set
With a sharp focus now on security concerns, the French capital will continue to dominate the headlines, as many world leaders finalise their travels plans and head for the French capital later this month for the COP 21 climate talks in Paris.
David Cameron's EU demands are meaningless and referendum victory is uncertain
The Prime Minister wants to convince British voters that we should stay in the EU but he is taking a huge gamble with the nation's future
Firms call for ban on Chinese steel imports
Trade body UK Steel said Business Secretary Sajid Javid should spearhead immediate European action on anti-dumping measures
Birmingham Labour MP to urge ethnic minorities to vote 'no' to Europe
Birmingham MP Khalid Mahmood is to lead a campaign to convince the UK’s black and ethnic minority voters to leave the European Union
Seven Birmingham green tech companies share £70k in new funding
Group will use fresh injection of capital to continue developing low carbon businesses and accelerate launch of products to market
Birmingham City University
Midlands Steel Taskforce set up over 260,000 job fears
Business leaders, academics and economists will meet to thrash out a strategy to support steel-reliant manufacturers
Clive Reeves PR treads on familiar ground with client win
Birmingham-based agency has won a brief from the European Tyre and Rubber Manufacturers' Association to run a trade PR campaign
Theresa May under fire over immigration comments
Birmingham MP Steve McCabe slams the Home Secretary as she claims immigrants have stolen thousands of jobs across the UK
Making M6 Toll free will cost estimated £15m a year, leaked documents reveal
A leaked wishlist for West Midlands authority also reveals plans to host World Expo 2025 and proposed rise in business rates