It might appear that Birmingham city council changes its chief executives more regularly than its bins. News that Dawn Baxendale is leaving the local authority after little more than a
With the polls open, you’ll have already scoured each of the manifestos to determine where to place your vote in elections for Birmingham city council, writes Kevin Johnson. After all,
Birmingham City Council and the Birmingham Independent Improvement Panel are today publishing a joint letter to the Secretary of State for Housing, Communities and Local Government which informs Mr Javid
Birmingham’s bins dispute is finally over, but the arguments are far from finished, reports Kevin Johnson. An agreement was reached after Birmingham City Council’s cabinet agreed a deal on Friday,
Has the industrial dispute between Birmingham city council and Unite the union been resolved? Or is the ‘deal’ agreed between Council leader, John Clancy, Unite and conciliation service Acas dead on
Cross-party statement telling the EDL they are not welcome in Birmingham and urging people to go about their normal business.
The Conservative group will present an alternative budget to today’s full council meeting representing, it says, over £650M worth of changes to the Council, to “restore pride and ambition” to
It seems fitting, given the outgoing Chief Executive’s heavy use of social media, that Twitter and Facebook are full of an outpouring of emotions regarding Mark Rogers’ departure. Much of
Today’s Birmingham city council cabinet meeting will consider the draft financial plan for 2017 before it goes for full city council approval in two weeks, with claims the Labour administration
If you are a fan of passionate parliamentary debates, then yesterday’s debate on a vote of no confidence in the leadership of Birmingham City Council is actually worth a watch.