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Sir Albert Bore’s new overview and scrutiny appointments have not been his greatest moment, argues Chris GameRead
Leader of the Labour group at Birmingham City Council Sir Albert Bore claims his previous administration before 2004 laid the original groundwork for many of the successes of the Conservative-Liberal Democrat coalition.Read
Chris Game analyses who won and why in this year’s local electionsRead
Labour turned the political map red at councils across the region as they snatched seats and took control of a number of authorities – but there was also some Green cheer in other areas.Read
Results from the 2012 Walsall Council electionsRead
Here is the full ward-by-ward list of results for Tamworth Borough CouncilRead
Results for the 2012 local elections in Stratford-upon-Avon.Read
The full ward-by-ward list of results for 2012 Birmingham City Council elections
Labour swept back to power in Birmingham with a huge majority ending eight years of Conservative-Liberal Democrat rule in Europe’s largest local authority.
Results from the Cannock Chase Council elections.Read
Local election results for Solihull Metropolitan Borough Council.
Results for Sandwell Council's 2012 elections.Read
Map of Birmingham showing how the city voted in the council elections.Read
Here are the results from the 2012 Wolverhampton City Council election results.Read
Election results for Dudley Metropolitan Borough Council.Read
Results of the 2012 local elections for Wyre Forest District Council.Read
Results of the 2012 Worcester City Council local elections.Read
More than seven thousand properties in Birmingham were left without electricity on Monday morning following a power cut, which also knocked out a nationwide broadband service.Read
Birmingham City Council leader Mike Whitby is considering a legal challenge over a shock Birmingham local election result which saw two ballot boxes go missing and two arrests made.Read
It was a dramatic night across the West Midlands in the elections, with some councils seeing new adminstrations. Local Government Correspondent Neil Elkes reportsRead
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