Hundreds support launch of Adblock Brum campaign.
Campaign results in victory for local politicians.
Tory group to table amendment calling for community asset to be safeguarded.
Will Mapplebeck, a Tyneside political commentator, reports on the outflow from the election.
Richard Lutz braces himself for an election that will stop the country cold in its winter tracks.
Two of the main parties commit to two of the Three Demands.
Climate to be debated at general election debate.
New music featuring words of Greta Thunberg to receive world premiere in the city.
Richard Lutz checks into Hotel Ballotbox.
Extinction Rebellion Youth to host ‘die-in’ at Primark and HSBC New Street.
Support offered for EU nationals living in the UK.
Communities given chance to share pride in their town and ideas for Town Deals.
Richard Lutz reports on a step forward in opening the Moseley/Kings Heath train line.
Singer Emily Capell talks to Dave Woodhall.
Joint Lib Dem and Conservative call for demolition plans to be scrapped.
Birmingham Conservatives demand Labour publish their secret transport plan.
Perry Barr councillor Jon Hunt responds to the city council’s proposed transport initiatives.
Stephen K Amos talks to Brian Donaldson about Everyman, and everything.
Demolition to go ahead despite lack of full cumulative impact assessment.
Sixty young musicians to demonstrate music’s power to unite with performance at European Parliament.
Answers demanded to MPs’ letter to University of Birmingham over fair pay.
Environmental conference to be held in Birmingham.
Richard Lutz reports on another blighted week in Old Blighty.
Richard Lutz points the finger of blame at you-know-who.
Anger as council votes down citywide bid to prevent illegal encampments on public open spaces.
Take to the storm cellars, warns our Westminster hack Lord Howie Elston.
Richard Lutz watches democracy go down the pan.
Liam Byrne launches a Manifesto for the Next Generation.
Richard Lutz tries to persuade his MP to turn his back on No Deal come October.
Young people feel ignored by power, but would still turn out to vote.