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<h2><a href="">Sir Albert sees grounds for optimism amid the cuts, but Labour rank-and-file mood is grim<a href='' class='comments-small'>(0)</a></a></h2>Delivering his fourth austerity budget speech on the trot Sir Albert Bore sought to tread a careful line between the desperation of savage spending cuts and the sunnier prospects of <h2><a href="">Whitehall still knows best for Birmingham, but Boris gets devo-max<a href='' class='comments-small'>(0)</a></a></h2>Whitehall will keep an iron grip on how councils spend £5.3 billion of regeneration cash in defiance of Government promises to devolve powers and budgets to city regions, writes Paul <h2><a href="">LEPs only &#8216;half way to success&#8217; and still under Whitehall control, study warns<a href='' class='comments-small'>(0)</a></a></h2>Local Enterprise Partnerships are only half way to being a success story because they do not have sufficient funding to make a real difference and are subject to too much <h2><a href="">&#8216;Just good friends&#8217; as council embarks on Capita love-in<a href='' class='comments-small'>(0)</a></a></h2>What a difference a year makes. Twelve months ago the Kerslake Review hadn’t been thought of and Birmingham city council was slowly starting to understand the scale of the Trojan <h2><a href="">Gisela Stuart stuns party chiefs with Labour-Tory &#8216;grand coalition&#8217; forecast<a href='' class='comments-small'>(0)</a></a></h2>Edgbaston Labour MP Gisela Stuart has raised the possibility of her party forming a “grand coalition” with the Conservatives after the General Election in an arrangement similar to the Government

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