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Government questioned about loss of 170 Birmingham jobs at GKN
MP Richard Burden says the owners of GKN Aerospace appear to have gone back on commitments to protect manufacturing in the UK
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Midland Tory MP Lucy Allan praises candidates from rival Brexit Party
Conservatives need all the help they can get but Telford Tory MP Lucy Allan described candidates from a rival party as 'fantastic'
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Goldman Sachs agrees £118m funding for Birmingham apartments
Bank backs development of 42-storey apartment block in Broad Street
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Desperate accountant 'lost £125k after online casino allowed her to keep gambling'
Birmingham-based Gambling Commission set to investigate astonishing case
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Former Tory cabinet minister Stephen Dorrell stands as West Midlands candidate for anti-Brexit party Change UK
The former senior Conservative has defected to Change UK and will stand to be a West Midlands MEP
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Plans in for 34-storey residential tower
Developers hope to start work on second phase of Exchange Square by the end of the year
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Taxi drivers plan EIGHT more go-slow protests in Birmingham after rush-hour gridlock
Parts of the city centre were brought to a halt on Monday by the cabbies - with more protests planned for the next two weeks
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Centenary Square's controversial Family statue returns in £15 million reboot
As part of the £15 million redevelopment of Centenary Square, Gillian Wearing's statue is back where it started
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Rough sleepers from EU countries in Birmingham hit record levels
There were 48 rough sleepers counted in the West Midlands on one night in autumn 2018, up from 18 in 2017
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Former Blues defender expands city property business
Mat Sadler is targeting Birmingham's growing residential market with new sales and letting operation
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Comment: Ladywood regen plans must not repeat past mistakes
Architect Joe Holyoak casts his eye over the next major public plans to regenerate inner city suburb as the council brings a private developer on board
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Laughing gas and violence at Birmingham nightspot prompts licence review
Concerns over the wide use of nitrous oxide at Club 101 in the Southside of the city centre
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