Following 221 days of formal dispute with the Unions and a summer of misery for Birmingham residents, which left 22 double decker buses worth of rubbish a week across Birmingham's streets, Labour run Birmingham City Council has given in to Union demands putting council finances at severe risk and
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
The BBC has broadcast an 'Inside Out' documentary, detailing ‘completely avoidable’ and serious failings in the fire safety of Birmingham’s tower blocks. Responding, Councillor Robert Alden, Leader of the Conservative Group said:
Ahead of the Labour Council Cabinet meeting on Tuesday, a protest has been held demanding that the Labour Cabinet axe their plans to adopt a new waste strategy which recommends a business plan based on one of two forms of fortnightly Collections.
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
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.
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