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In the second in our series, Professor of American Studies Scott Lucas explores leadership, power and influenceRead
In the first of three articles from the University of Birmingham, we examine the principles of leadership, power and influence.Read
The first female governor of a Rotary district, Lorna Beedham wants to attract more young peopleRead
Peter Mathews questions just how joined-up the region has to be before the Government takes notice.Read
Andy Foster says that property developer John Griffiths’ call for the Birmingham Central Library to go is a bad case of history repeating itself.Read
West Midlands Business Council is urging the House of Commons Regional Select Committee to do more to tackle business crime. James Watkins, executive director, explains why a new push is needed.Read
Richard Matthews is determined to fight hard to protect the future of Midland pubs.Read
The use of US-style open primaries could be an election winner for the Tories, writes Chris Game.Read
Lawyer Rachael Histed explains the rules governing where your food comes from.Read
Size zero and the skeleton culture promoted within today’s modelling industry have sparked furious debate over the messages this sends young, impressionable women.Read
Shari Brown travelled to Hebron and saw for herself the challenges of everyday life there.Read
Birmingham’s deputy leader Paul Tilsley explains the council’s strategy on dealing with swine fluRead
Talk of green shoots of recovery in the economy are commonplace at the moment with a number of headline grabbing surveys and reports suggesting that the worst of the recession may be over.Read
David Liddell, forensic accounting partner in the Birmingham office of accountants and business advisers PKF, and Mike Vale, divorce specialist at Else Commercial Solicitors, talk break-up and intrigue as judges ‘approve’ prenuptial agreements.Read
City council officer Peter Hay finds out what life is like for carers in Birmingham.Read
Andrew Mitchell MP asks if British aid efforts in Iraq have been effective enough.Read
How a high-speed line might serve Birmingham has to be seen in the context of other rail development opportunities, argues Terry Grimley.Read
Gisela Stuart MP says Afghanistan’s problems are the world’s problems – and the UK’s.Read
Chief executive of the West Midlands Local Government Association, Olwen Dutton, talks about help available for skilled job seekers.Read
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