Time to end the grammar schools – Comprehensive Future meeting at Tory party conference on 1st October

Comprehensive Future have a fringe event at the Conservative party conference in Birmingham, aiming to highlight our proposals for a positive future without selection. Continue reading

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Protest at Tory Party Conference Saturday 29 September 1pm Victoria Sq

Join us ahead of the Conservative Party Conference in Birmingham as we march to call time on failed austerity, and demand a new deal that will give us all the rise in living standards we so desperately need. Continue reading

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Save Our Nurseries Protest at Council meeting Tuesday 11 September 1pm

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by | August 31, 2018 · 7:34 am

Socialist Education Association – inaugural meeting of Birmingham branch

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by | August 30, 2018 · 12:52 pm

SOS Summit, hosted by Save Our Schools West Midlands, Friday September 14 9am – 11.15am at the Council House

Save our Schools West Midlands are working with Birmingham City Council to host a Summit of Head Teachers and Parents. We want to join together Birmingham’s best minds and work on ideas for the future of our campaign. Continue reading

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Cautious welcome for a publicly funded Midland Met Hospital in Smethwick/West B’ham (no PFI!)

Keep Our NHS Public Birmingham says, “It looks like we’ve won our campaign for a publicly-funded (non-PFI) Midland Met Hospital in Smethwick/West Birmingham!”  Continue reading

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What is wrong with the council’s new plans for working with neighbourhoods, and what should be done: Participatory democracy means citizens influencing decision-making at the top, not just more engagement at ward level

How should the city council work with Birmingham’s local neighbourhoods? That is the theme of a draft Policy Statement called ‘Working together in Birmingham’s Neighbourhoods’, published in July. It is on the council’s BeHeard website for consultation. Continue reading

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