“Labour seek to water down climate commitments and continue to punish workers instead” – claim.
“Birmingham cannot be regarded as a Covid hotspot,” says visiting professor John Clancy.
“Embarassing”claims as pandemic blamed for soaring budget.
Children and education the most common cause of complaints.
Call for action on environment.
Free parking and improvements to pedestrian access needed to sustain retail sector.
Birmingham City Council faces a cut in emergency pandemic government funding.
Conservative group call for travel tax to be delayed following vehicle checking “fiasco”.
Tory group to table amendment calling for community asset to be safeguarded.
Joint Lib Dem and Conservative call for demolition plans to be scrapped.
Birmingham Conservatives demand Labour publish their secret transport plan.
Anger as council votes down citywide bid to prevent illegal encampments on public open spaces.
Claim that sell-off is needed to help cover up city’s finances.
Council accused of refusal to listen concerns over flyover demolition.
Liam Byrne launches radical women’s manifesto to tackle “pervasive inequality”.
Council urged to explore different ways to reduce air pollution.
Richard Lutz is reduced to writing about garbage.
Council to debate cross party motion to declare a climate emergency.
Further call to enable city to improve air quality.
Conservative motion of support receives city council backing.
Call to council leaders to make public dealings relating to waste contract.
Lack of contingency plan will lead to “worst ever” Christmas collections.
A guide to what the city’s planning to spend and save next year.
Claims that spending cuts will be “much worse” than original figures.
You may have heard, it’s election time again, warns Will Mapplebeck. Beware.
Housing to be key issue in election fight.
Improvement Panel and Council to collaborate to tackle improvement challenges.
Key projects showcased while panel discussions draw large crowds.
Midland Mencap organises mass lobby at Birmingham Council House to oppose planned disability service cuts.
“Significant impact” on local arts and culture feared.