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Ian Austin, Minister for the West Midlands, on how tourism can regenerate the regionRead
When a crime is committed, whose needs should “the system” look after over all others? The answer is pretty obvious: the victims of crime must always be the priority for all those involved in the justice service, from the police to the courts.Read
The Government wants the public to have a say in the way criminals are punished. Justice Secretary Jack Straw explains whyRead
People are often surprised that the head honcho of a university is actually the vice-chancellor. The chancellor’s role is ceremonial, rather like the Lord Mayor.Read
The public need not worry that councils now have suchRead
Birmingham City’s Premier bid has huge financial implications for the city, explains Dave HodgsonRead
Domestic violence is not solely a female issue – men can be victims too, explains MEP Liz LynneRead
Historian Anthony Painter examines the first 100 days of Barack Obama’s presidencyRead
After coming under fire for asking Hamas to speak, Clare Short MP finds the route to a truce in the Middle East difficult.Read
Shadow Chancellor George Osborne gives his response to last week’s BudgetRead
Few would have imagined desperately poor, war-torn, opium-dominated Afghanistan ever having anything to offer the cricket world.
Sunspot of botherRead
As the Budget approaches, Chris Moncrieff rounds up issues facing Gordon Brown and the countryRead
Policing and crown control expert, Professor Peter Waddington, assesses the controversial ‘kettling’technique employed at the G20 conferenceRead
As Taste of Birmingham approaches, Ian Taylor looks at the plans for this year’s international food festival.Read
Ken Costa says the spirit of God must be called upon if we are to rebuild the world economy after recessionRead
Roshan Doug discusses the helpless anger he felt after his house fell prey to burglarsRead
Solicitor Rebecca Andersen examines the privacy issues arising from Google’s controversial Street View.Read
Birmingham City Council's cabinet member for Equalities and Human Resources, Alan Rudge, looks at the power of communities. Read
Birmingham’s leading clerics reveal whatthe message of Easter means to themRead
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