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In this week's Cut: Local MP Cancelled'! ; Blues' White Knight? ; New Tram Lines; 'Netflix & drop?'; Heat Wave Hysteria? ; Toddler Mom Returns!
Welcome to this week’s Cut, where we look back at the big stories of the week.
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Political Editor, Jack Dixon asks: Have the Heat Wave Warnings been over the top? With the BBC, Councillors and Directors of Public Health reminding people to drink water, have we lost our common sense?
Leading this week’s community news is a story about Conservative MP Michael Fabricant who has been cancelled by an unlikely group in his constituency.
Culture and Communities Editor, Bethanie has the full story:
Nial Dixon brings the latest on the stock market, where he explores Netflix’ disaster year and why growth stocks are not holding their name:
Sports Editor, Tom Browne, looks at the imminent sale of Birmingham City to Laurence Bassini and asks whether he is the right man for the job:
Dominic Stanford reported the news last week that Midlands Metro has been extended, with services from Library to Edgbaston commencing yesterday. The next phase of the plans would see the line extended down the Hagley Road.
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