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<h2><a href="http://www.thechamberlainfiles.com/hardly-new-news-but-austerity-research-names-names/">Hardly new news, but austerity research names names<a href='http://www.thechamberlainfiles.com/hardly-new-news-but-austerity-research-names-names/#comments' class='comments-small'>(0)</a></a></h2>Few academic journal articles about local government are even – I speak from experience – widely read.  As for a publication day BBC Newsnight interview with Kirsty Wark – in <h2><a href="http://www.thechamberlainfiles.com/farewell-deadly-doug/">Farewell Deadly Doug<a href='http://www.thechamberlainfiles.com/farewell-deadly-doug/#comments' class='comments-small'>(0)</a></a></h2>So, farewell Deadly Doug. I doubt professional football will see his like again, writes Andy Howell.

I knew Doug from quite an early age and although our encounters became less frequent <h2><a href="http://www.thechamberlainfiles.com/review-investment-points-to-success-but-skills-challenge-remains/">Review: investment points to success, but skills challenge remains<a href='http://www.thechamberlainfiles.com/review-investment-points-to-success-but-skills-challenge-remains/#comments' class='comments-small'>(0)</a></a></h2>Current investment in infrastructure and technology will underpin future economic success in Birmingham, according to a report published today, reports Kevin Johnson.

However, the report again highlights issues with skills, employment <h2><a href="http://www.thechamberlainfiles.com/stop-bidding-begging-bowing-to-treasury-but-how/">Stop bidding, begging &#038; bowing to Treasury – but how?<a href='http://www.thechamberlainfiles.com/stop-bidding-begging-bowing-to-treasury-but-how/#comments' class='comments-small'>(0)</a></a></h2>One October long ago, shortly before England won the World Cup, my first final-year undergraduate essay was on something then rather exciting: the Department of Economic Affairs (DEA) – the <h2><a href="http://www.thechamberlainfiles.com/hs2-reveals-design-vision-for-stations-in-birmingham-and-solihull/">HS2 reveals design vision for new stations</a></h2>HS2 is today releasing images of of its two brand new stations in Birmingham and Solihull, reports Kevin Johnson. 

They can be seen at Birmingham Library at the first of a

News

Hardly new news, but austerity research names names

Hardly new news, but austerity research names names 0

Few academic journal articles about local government are even – I speak from experience – widely read.  As for a publication day BBC Newsnight interview with Kirsty Wark – in

Councils

Hardly new news, but austerity research names names

Hardly new news, but austerity research names names 0

Few academic journal articles about local government are even – I speak from experience – widely read.  As for a publication day BBC Newsnight interview with Kirsty Wark – in

LEPs

GBSLEP sets up ladder for 1,000 apprentices

GBSLEP sets up ladder for 1,000 apprentices

The Greater Birmingham and Solihull Local Enteprise Partnership (GBSLEP) holds its an annual conference this morning, launching what it describes as new ways for businesses to influence region’s economic growth. The

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