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<h2><a href="">Dale&#8217;s Diary: Three weeks to that other election &#8211; Bore v Clancy<a href='' class='comments-small'>(5)</a></a></h2>Three weeks today counting of the votes cast at the 2015 Birmingham city council elections will take place, firing the starting pistol for another fascinating contest, writes Paul Dale.

Anyone who <h2><a href="">Why can’t we all, like our students, vote for RON?<a href='' class='comments-small'>(1)</a></a></h2>Days ahead of the deadline, Chris Game from the University of Birmingham looks at the "blunder" of voter registration and possible incentives for increasing turnout. 

I like to feel that the older <h2><a href="">Balls slams Tory £25 billion &#8216;panicky spending promises&#8217;<a href='' class='comments-small'>(1)</a></a></h2>Ed Balls launched a stinging attack on the Conservative election manifesto today, accusing the Tories of trying to bribe voters with £25 billion of “panicky spending” promises.

The shadow chancellor claimed <h2><a href="">Cameron good leader but &#8216;out of touch&#8217; as poll points up Tory image problems<a href='' class='comments-small'>(1)</a></a></h2>The Conservative Party’s image problem ahead of the General Election was further underlined today by an opinion poll which found that although a majority of voters see David Cameron as <h2><a href="">Homer steps out of the shadows as council throws &#8216;kitchen sink&#8217; at improvement plan<a href='' class='comments-small'>(3)</a></a></h2>Sarah Homer, the change-management expert hired to shake up Birmingham city council, will step out from the shadows next week when she delivers a progress report to the cabinet, reports

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