Local News

Conservatives welcome PM's commitment to allow Grammar Schools to expand

The Conservative Group on Birmingham City Council welcomes the comments from Prime Minster Theresa May and School’s minster Nick Gibb, reaffirming the Government’s commitment to allow the expansion of existing Grammar Schools, including to satellite sites. Speaking at a reception for the Friends

City Auditors Slam Labour Administration's Poor Value For Money

As a part of the annual audit, the City's external auditors are required to make a judgement as to whether the Labour administration delivers value for money to the tax payers.  In previous years , the auditors have said that the administration doesn't offer value for money in a number of specifi

Fortnightly bin collections are not good enough!

With the strike action for waste collection currently suspended whilst the Labour Council and Unite the Union battle it out in court, for the next six weeks at least Birmingham should have its full complement of refuse collectors on our streets.

Cowardly Clancy cancels cabinet

The Labour leader of Birmingham City Council has cancelled the Cabinet meeting planned for Sept 1st which was due to resolve the bin strike in Birmingham.

Human Rights

Aston Ward Conservative Candidate Mr Jahid Choudhury organised a Human Rights meeting at the Conservative Party Conference in Birmingham. Jahid, who has a special interest in Human Rights, invited leading representatives from ten organisations who each had an opportunity to speak.