The Cut - Wolverhampton Civic Hall Shambles; A Conservative Vision for Sandwell; Are Villa Sleepwalking to Relegation?; Brum Labour More Divided than ever.
This week's cut takes us to Wolverhampton, back to Sandwell, to the Birmingham Council House and off to Villa Park! There's no shortage of news from across the West Midlands!
After Counter Cut delved into Coventry politics last week (if you missed it, read here: In her words: How Conservative Jackie Gardiner stormed to victory in Coventry), we cross to the other side of the West Midlands today with our leading piece from Cllr Ellis Turrell:
Over in Sandwell, we hear from Cllr Jay Anandou who sets out his vision for Sandwell borough. After decades under Labour rule, he believes that the Conservatives can unleash Sandwell’s potential:
Last week our Sports Editor, Tomas, questioned whether it was time for Steve Bruce to face the sack at West Bromwich Albion. The very next day, Bruce got the boot…
This week, Mystic Tom is turning his attention to Steven Gerrard who has had an underwhelming season at Aston Villa so far. We look forward to seeing the news of his departure later today…
Finally, Jack Dixon delves into the goings on at Birmingham Labour once more as the Northfield Parliamentary Contest hots up.
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