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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!

We welcome contributions from across the political spectrum, and have just a few requirements:

– A successful comment article should be around 700 words.

– It will have a clear introduction to the subject, and then expand into your own views. Make sure it’s not just a list of facts.

– Make sure you proof read you article: check that it is structured well and look for any typing or spelling errors.

Please leave us your name plus any other information about you that might be relevant to your article, i.e. Brian, Chair of Brum Euro Sceptics.

If you’d like to submit something for consideration, please send an outline to benjamin.mulvihill@rjfpa.com.

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