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<h2><a href="">Council top jobs search gets off the ground at last<a href='' class='comments-small'>(0)</a></a></h2>Advertisements for senior staff positions at Birmingham city council have finally been placed almost eight months after the authority was told to strengthen its management team, reports Paul Dale.

The failure <h2><a href="">Dangerous times for Sir Albert as Kerslake panel deadline approaches<a href='' class='comments-small'>(27)</a></a></h2>Sir Albert Bore is facing by far the most dangerous period of his political career since first becoming leader of Birmingham city council in 1999, writes Paul Dale.

There were huge <h2><a href="">Birmingham: heading for the stars, whilst trapped in a bunker<a href='' class='comments-small'>(19)</a></a></h2>As the summer holidays relegate politics to an after thought, Chamberlain Files editor Kevin Johnson reflects on the issues that will make September not just super but very serious indeed for <h2><a href="">Corbyn&#8217;s appeal to young and old Labour &#8216;will push him past the winning post&#8217;<a href='' class='comments-small'>(0)</a></a></h2>Jeremy Corbyn is going to be the new Labour leader because he represents something that is strikingly different in a politically superficial age, even though victory will condemn his party to many <h2><a href="">Dale&#8217;s Devo Diary: West Midlands hatches &#8216;to be or not to be&#8217; Metro Mayor plan<a href='' class='comments-small'>(1)</a></a></h2>West Midlands council leaders are planning to put two separate submissions for a combined authority to George Osborne – one without and one with an elected metro mayor.

They will then

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