Media Watch – Sept 9

By on 09/09/2015 in Media Watch

Top Birmingham City Council Stories:

First step as Birmingham shows the Commons its proud heritage (Birmingham Mail) Birmingham Heritage Week came to Parliament – and the city did itself proud as a delegation met the culture secretary. Cllr Waseem Zaffar quoted

Racist thug’s ASBI bans him from his own street (Birmingham Mail) A racist thug has been banned from his own street for a second time. Cllr James McKay quoted

Fly-tipping (BBC WM) A man has claimed he was told by the city council he would have to pay for a fly-tipped mattress to be removed from his property. A city council statement said it is not possible for any council to take responsibility for all property dumped on private land

Regional Headlines:

Woman charged over toddler’s murder – The guardian of an 18-month-old toddler found dead at a house in Birmingham has been charged with murder

National Headlines:

Queen becomes Britain’s longest-serving monarch – The Queen has become Britain’s longest-reigning monarch when she passes the record of 23,226 days set by Queen Victoria

BA plane catches fire in Las Vegas – A British Airways plane bound for London caught fire, forcing an evacuation on all 172 people on board


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