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<h2><a href="">Greater Birmingham&#8217;s economic plan &#8211; the best of times, the worst of times<a href='' class='comments-small'>(5)</a></a></h2>Council and business leaders have published the latest Strategic Economic Plan – A Greater Birmingham For A Greater Britain – setting out a bold strategy to turn Greater Birmingham into <h2><a href="">West Mids transport chiefs &#8216;in denial&#8217; over not so Swift card, mayoral hopeful claims<a href='' class='comments-small'>(3)</a></a></h2>Transport bosses have been accused of being “in denial” over the shortcomings of the West Midlands Swift card which offers cashless travel on buses, trains and trams.

The claim came from <h2><a href="">Jamieson puts BME police recruitment pledge in black and white<a href='' class='comments-small'>(13)</a></a></h2>West Midlands Police and Crime Commissioner David Jamieson has pledged to make the force “look like the region it serves” by recruiting more police officers from BME communities.

Mr Jamieson told <h2><a href="">Soaring passenger numbers &#8216;vote of confidence&#8217; for £127m Metro extension<a href='' class='comments-small'>(41)</a></a></h2>Passenger numbers on the Midland Metro have soared since the opening of the Birmingham city centre extension to New Street station, delivering a huge vote of confidence for supporters of <h2><a href="">Mayoral hopeful Bedser pledges transport revolution for &#8216;all of West Midlands&#8217;<a href='' class='comments-small'>(5)</a></a></h2>A Labour politician hoping to become elected mayor of the West Midlands says he will make sure economic growth and prosperity is spread across the entire region and not concentrated in

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