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<h2><a href="http://www.thechamberlainfiles.com/brexit-watch-the-list/">Brexit Watch: The List<a href='http://www.thechamberlainfiles.com/brexit-watch-the-list/#comments' class='comments-small'>(0)</a></a></h2>We are living though extraordinary political times. The only thing to do in such circumstances is to write a list. 

I haven’t posted on the subject of Brexit for a little <h2><a href="http://www.thechamberlainfiles.com/birmingham-city-council-a-beacon-yes-you-read-that-correctly/">Birmingham City Council – a beacon (yes, you read that correctly)</a></h2>They’re a tricky business, industrial relations, and I normally steer well clear.  However, when the PM had the nerve, or desperation, at last week’s parliamentary Question Time to attack my <h2><a href="http://www.thechamberlainfiles.com/region-needs-more-jobs-higher-skills-and-better-housing-report/">Region needs more jobs, higher skills and better housing &#8211; report</a></h2>A new report into economic injustice in Birmingham and the Black Country paints a stark picture about the state of the area, notably in skills and housing. Whilst the story <h2><a href="http://www.thechamberlainfiles.com/the-ins-outs-and-whereabouts-of-fly-tipping/">The ins, outs and whereabouts of fly-tipping</a></h2>On the day Birmingham's latest bin strike starts up, Chris Game throws a political dead cat on the table - well animal carcasses to be precise....

Do you ever use Wikipedia’s <h2><a href="http://www.thechamberlainfiles.com/why-voter-registration-matters/">Why voter registration matters</a></h2>In 1967/68, while attempting concurrently to write a PhD thesis (no!) and earn enough to live (just!) , I had the good fortune to work as a research assistant to

Councils

Birmingham City Council – a beacon (yes, you read that correctly)

Birmingham City Council – a beacon (yes, you read that correctly)

They’re a tricky business, industrial relations, and I normally steer well clear.  However, when the PM had the nerve, or desperation, at last week’s parliamentary Question Time to attack my

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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