United Kingdom - Birmingham Post
Thursday - 9th July, 2020
Care homes got £1,000 to take patients with Covid
BIRMINGHAM City Council has been condemned for encouraging care homes to take Covid-positive patient...
Thursday - 2nd July, 2020
Nelson statue must fall, say anti-racism campaigners City’s Chamberlain, Boulton and BoerWar memorials all in line of fire
AN anti-racism group has called for the removal of Birmingham’s famous statue of naval hero Horati...
Thursday - 25th June, 2020
Save us from disaster with £3.2bn boost – city leaders Mayor leads bid for Government lifeline
WEST Midlands Mayor Andy Street has launched an ambitious blueprint to save the region from economic...
Thursday - 18th June, 2020
Bid for 20mph default limit in city is rejected by Government Transport boss vows to fight on after setback
PROPOSALS by the city council to introduce blanket 20mph zones across the city have been rejected by...
Thursday - 11th June, 2020
Care home in early lockdown has zero cases of coronavirus
AMID over 12,000 care home deaths due to Covid-19 across the UK, one manager’s insight to act five...
Thursday - 4th June, 2020
Call to open pubs here before rest of country Mayor wants region to be post-lockdown testbed
THE West Midlands should be the first to open its pubs and restaurants as a trial for the rest of th...
Thursday - 28th May, 2020
City Conservatives back Cummings to keep job
CONSERVATIVE politicians in Birmingham have backed the Prime Minister’s chief adviser, Dominic Cum...
Thursday - 21st May, 2020
Case of ‘perfect murder’ should be reopened Doctor’s bizarre death 34 years ago should be reviewed, says ex-detective
APROBE into the 1986 murder of a Birmingham doctor should be reopened, says the former head of West ...
Thursday - 14th May, 2020
Hundreds of extra deaths revealed in Covid crisis
THE Covid-19 crisis led to the deaths of an additional 744 West Midland people who did not have the ...
Thursday - 7th May, 2020
Council on the brink of going broke, warns leader
BIRMINGHAM’S Council leader has warned that the authority may be broke by June unless Whitehall pu...
Thursday - 30th April, 2020
Crisis highlights inequalities
BIRMINGHAM’S South Asian and Caribbean communities have been hardest hit by coronavirus infections...
Thursday - 23rd April, 2020
Crime falls sharply but police face budget crisis Fewer targets for crooks in lockdown
RIME in the West Midlands has plummeted by a quarter as lockdown deprives criminals of targets.&...
Thursday - 16th April, 2020
Covid threat to Midland lives is ‘highest in UK’
THE coronavirus outbreak will hit the population of the West Midlands harder than any other part of ...
Thursday - 9th April, 2020
NEC hospital to open as ‘call to arms’ goes out to businesses
REPORTS: PAgES 2-7...
Thursday - 2nd April, 2020
Job losses could reach 100,000, warns expert ‘Fifth of firms in region may fold without extra financial support’
UP to 100,000 private sector workers in the region could lose their jobs if the coronavirus crisis l...
Thursday - 26th March, 2020
Rough sleepers moving off streets voluntarily
ROUGH sleepers have voluntarily moved off the streets and into hostels and hotels as part of a cityw...
Thursday - 19th March, 2020
Restaurants and pubs in Hospitality sector faces bleak future amid virus crisis
BIRMINGHAM restaurants and bars fear the coronavirus shutdown could wipe them out permanently.&n...
Thursday - 12th March, 2020
£45m expansion for concert arena
Amulti-million pound plan to massively expand Solihull’s Resorts World Arena for 6,000 more people...
Thursday - 5th March, 2020
Flat owners face £100,000 cladding bill after Grenfell Birmingham leaseholders ‘trapped’ in worthless properties in wake of disaster
BIRMINGHAM flat owners face bills of up to £100,000 each to replace flammable cladding in t...
Thursday - 27th February, 2020
Hospital stored tissue without patient consent
ALeAdIng private hospital in Birmingham took bone samples from patients for research without their k...
Thursday - 20th February, 2020
Black people over four times as likely to face stop and search New fears over use of police powers in region
BLAcK people are still being stopped and searched by West Midlands Police far more than white people...
Thursday - 13th February, 2020
Dawn of a new era
THE West Midlands could be riding a new wave of prosperity by the end of the decade thanks HS2, clai...
Thursday - 6th February, 2020
‘No remorse’ Breast surgeon who maimed patients to appeal conviction
ThE ‘butcher’ breast surgeon who needlessly maimed and operated on hundreds of women still maint...
Thursday - 30th January, 2020
Mainline won’t cope without HS2
The West Coast Main Line simply cannot provide the number of train services needed even if it is upg...
Thursday - 23rd January, 2020
City centre media complex will soon be reality
AMBITIOUS plans to build a state-of-the-art film studio and media village in the heart of Birmingham...
Thursday - 16th January, 2020
Radical plan to keep car drivers away from city centre Critics slam move that will ‘destroy jobs and businesses’
AREVOLUTIONARY Birmingham transport plan has been branded unrealistic “greenwash” by op...
Thursday - 9th January, 2020
Edgbaston chief steps down to take Cricket Board role
THE chief executive of Warwickshire County Cricket Club is stepping down from the role. Nei...
Thursday - 26th December, 2019
Mayor gives rail firm one month ultimatum
MAYOR Andy Street will demand West Midlands Trains owner Abellio is stripped of its franchise if it ...
Thursday - 19th December, 2019
Architect stabbed stranger to death
ASELF employed architect who stabbed a man to death in an early morning attack has been jailed for l...
Thursday - 12th December, 2019
Thousands of personal details sold by councils
COUNCILS across the West Midlands have sold hundreds of thousands of personal details to private org...
Thursday - 5th December, 2019
End of era as Irish Centre quits Digbeth after 50 years
The Birmingham irish Centre has announced plans to quit the city centre and move to Kings heath afte...
Thursday - 28th November, 2019
Corbyn calls for inquiry into 1974 pub bombings
LABOUR leader Jeremy Corbyn has called for an independent inquiry into the Birmingham pub bombings.&...
Thursday - 21st November, 2019
Food market under threat as traders beg for help
THERE will be no Birmingham food market left to move into the giant Smithfield redevelopment if the ...
Thursday - 14th November, 2019
Decision on HS2 must be ‘top priority’ for next PM
AN early decision on the future of the high speed (HS2) rail line must be made by whoever wins the G...
Thursday - 7th November, 2019
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Thursday - 31st October, 2019
City poised for ‘return to world stage’ – report
BIRMINGHAM and the West Midlands is on the brink of a “triumphant return to the world stage” as ...
Thursday - 24th October, 2019
£25m project to regenerate city centre in time for 2022
AMAJOR project to revitalise key areas of Birmingham city centre has been unveiled this week.&nb...
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