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Media Watch – August 22

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Top Birmingham City Council Stories: 'Tawdry' city road banners get go-ahead (Birmingham Mail) Council bosses have been accused of making the city's streets look tawdry after plans to line major commuter routes in Birmingham with banner adverts were approved Firm's expansion plans to create 300 new jobs (Birmingham Mail) Hydraulic manufacturing company HydraForce is to […]

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Police and Crime Commissioner by-election results

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The following persons have been nominated for the election of a Police and Crime Commissioner on Thursday 21st August 2014 for the West Midlands Police Area: David Charles Jamieson - Labour Party Les Jones - Conservative Party Ayoub Khan - Liberal Democrats Keith Alexander Rowe - UK Independence Party (UKIP) More information on the candidates […]

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By-election for West Midlands police and crime commissioner

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By-election for West Midlands police and crime commissioner Following the death of Bob Jones, we can now confirm that, following the receipt of the appropriate notices, the by-election will take place on Thursday 21 August 2014 Polling stations will be open between 7am and 10pm Ends

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2014 election: Ladywood – Nechells

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Statements of persons nominated. this page will be updated as we get results on 22/23 May. LADYWOOD Khondaker Alam – Liberal Democrats 221 Hazel Marjorie Clawley – The Green Party 371 John Hine – UK Independence Party (UKIP) 396 Desmond Gustavus Jaddoo – Independent 173 * Carl Joseph Rice – Labour Party 2308 Tom Skidmore […]

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2014 election: Northfield – Selly Oak

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Statements of persons nominated. this page will be updated as we get results on 22/23 May. NORTHFIELD * Randal Anthony Maddock Brew – The Conservative Party 2697 Barrie Norman Clews – UK Independence Party (UKIP) 1366 Katherine Ann Dunn – Communities Against the Cuts 86 Carole Lesley Griffiths – Labour and Co-operative Party 1768 Andrew […]

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2014 election: Shard End – Sparkbrook

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Statements of persons nominated. this page will be updated as we get results on 22/23 May. SHARD END Christopher Francis Barber – Liberal Democrats 132 * John Leslie Barton Cotton – Labour Party 1791 Roger Douglas King – The Conservative Party 446 Ken Marks – Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition 48 Kevin Anthony McHugh – […]

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2014 election: Springfield – Sutton New Hall

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Statements of persons nominated. this page will be updated as we get results on 22/23 May. SPRINGFIELD David William Agar – The Conservative Party 384 Martin Joseph Barrett – UK Independence Party (UKIP) 395 Tanveer Choudhry – Liberal Democrats 2641 * Mohammed Fazal – Labour Party 3845 *Denotes retiring Councillor for the Ward STECHFORD AND […]

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2014 election: Sutton Trinity – Weoley

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Statements of persons nominated. this page will be updated as we get results on 22/23 May. SUTTON TRINITY Roger Eric Barley – Labour Party 1514 Marcus John Brown – UK Independence Party (UKIP) 1617 Philip Stuart Innamorati – Labour Party 1154 Sally Lester Lippiatt – Liberal Democrats 571 Ewan Forbes Mackey – The Conservative Party […]

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Local elections 2014 – background briefing pack

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Birmingham City Council is staging a local election on May 22. In addition to the 40 seats scheduled to be up for election, two councillors will be elected for the Sutton Trinity Ward following the resignation of former councillor Philip Parkin. That means 41 seats are being contested. Polls will be open 7am - 10pm […]

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Media Watch – Jan 10

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Top Birmingham City Council Stories: Big families losing £400 a week in benefits after cap (The Times) Large families have been losing up to £400 a week since the introduction of the weekly benefit cap, according to DWP figures. Birmingham and Manchester named as the only two local councils outside London of the 20 most […]

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