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<h2><a href="http://www.thechamberlainfiles.com/school-governors-to-promise-integrity-and-honesty-in-trojan-horse-purge/">School governors to promise &#8216;integrity and honesty&#8217; in Trojan Horse purge<a href='http://www.thechamberlainfiles.com/school-governors-to-promise-integrity-and-honesty-in-trojan-horse-purge/#comments' class='comments-small'>(5)</a></a></h2>The immediate consequences of Trojan Horse will begin to be felt this September with extensive changes to the way Birmingham city council appoints school governors.

For the first time governors will <h2><a href="http://www.thechamberlainfiles.com/birmingham-council-banking-on-a-smooth-handover-from-co-op-to-barclays/">Birmingham council banking on a smooth handover from Co-op to Barclays<a href='http://www.thechamberlainfiles.com/birmingham-council-banking-on-a-smooth-handover-from-co-op-to-barclays/#comments' class='comments-small'>(1)</a></a></h2>Birmingham city council is changing its bankers, which is no small task for Britain’s largest local authority.

From April next year the council will use Barclays instead of the Co-op bank, <h2><a href="http://www.thechamberlainfiles.com/peering-into-the-enterprise-zone-labyrinth-who-decides-how-to-spend-gbsleps-millions/">Peering into the Enterprise Zone labyrinth: who decides how to spend GBSLEP&#8217;s millions?<a href='http://www.thechamberlainfiles.com/peering-into-the-enterprise-zone-labyrinth-who-decides-how-to-spend-gbsleps-millions/#comments' class='comments-small'>(4)</a></a></h2>They have only just celebrated their third birthday, but if there was any doubt about the future of the country’s Local Enterprise Partnerships even the harshest critics must concede that <h2><a href="http://www.thechamberlainfiles.com/failing-birmingham-childrens-social-care-facing-shock-120m-improvement-bill/">Failing Birmingham children&#8217;s social care facing shock £120m improvement bill<a href='http://www.thechamberlainfiles.com/failing-birmingham-childrens-social-care-facing-shock-120m-improvement-bill/#comments' class='comments-small'>(5)</a></a></h2>The cost of turning around Birmingham city council’s failing social services for vulnerable children could hit £120 million over the next three years, according to the expert brought in to <h2><a href="http://www.thechamberlainfiles.com/four-candidates-declared-for-pcc-by-election-in-august/">Four candidates declared for PCC by-election in August<a href='http://www.thechamberlainfiles.com/four-candidates-declared-for-pcc-by-election-in-august/#comments' class='comments-small'>(0)</a></a></h2>The Statement of Persons Nominated for the West Midlands Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) by-election on 21 August has been published today (25 July) by the Police Area Returning Officer (Birmingham City Council

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