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🕔25.Jun 2013

The Chamberlain Files is looking to offer a platform in our Opinion pages to those of you wanting to express interesting, concise and powerful ideas. Whether the subject reflects a topical news item or is related to politics in Birmingham, we want to hear from you!

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