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Birmingham Eastside Nov 13
A child under the age of 10 was among 2,000 people stopped and searched in September by West Midlands Police - report by
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daniel rundle Oct 22
THREAD Today I’m in Mosley with and visiting to discuss how reducing the amount of plastic being used in food packaging can help combat climate change and the plastic crisis
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anisahvasta Oct 22
Replying to @anisahvasta
“There is a thin line between freedom of expression and hate speech, when prosecuting hate crime” - Bindi Athwal District Crown Prosecutor
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daniel rundle Oct 22
Replying to @danielrundleBCU
An example of how Indigo Whole Foods is reducing their waste- fruit and vegetables on sale with no pre-packaging.
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Olivia Lawlor Oct 22
Replying to @DianeKemp1
Zoe Heather also commented on the implications on the medical industry, such as: "Clinical data and how its stored, how the products are stored and coming through to the UK. There are implications to the supply chain of drugs getting into the NHS aswell"
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ElinaHezalian Oct 22
If you’re visiting Victoria Square in Birmingham, make sure you look out for the beautiful bra that attached to The River Statue. The bra of hearts were designed by Carol Gregory for breast cancer awareness. You can check “the bra of hearts”between 21- 31 October.
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Alia Roadley Oct 22
Birmingham’s Christmas Market is making its return to the city centre a week earlier than usual. Birmingham City Council Spokesman said: “the decision to open a week earlier brings it in line with festive markets such as Manchester and Leeds.” Just 16 days to go!
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Olivia Lawlor Oct 22
BREXIT Readiness Event by Medilink Midlands in Birmingham today offering support to medical technologies and life sciences within the UK. Organiser Zoe Heather said "We are trying to offer some support and guidance in a more practical, not political style"
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Liana Bravo Oct 22
"I have a lot of fears about the world...terrorism, genocide, chemical weapons. I'm also upset that I had no say in the Brexit deal". Will, 16, Warwickshire, England. SIXTEEN is a touring exhibition at that explores what it's like to be 16 years old now.
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Charlotte Brindley Oct 22
The Snow House Bar has returned for its second year in Birmingham. Due to its popularity, it is set to be open till the 6th January this year. Bar manager, Arek said “it was very successful last year and we expect it to get even busier this year”
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Feron Jayawardene Oct 22
LIVE NEWS THREAD: Crown Prosecution service meets the Walsall community on tackling
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Birmingham Eastside Oct 11
A “horse crisis” is putting equine charities and sanctuaries under strain, says - they've launched a new campaign to promote adoption of animals in their care
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Birmingham Eastside Sep 22
An agreement has now been reached which will see 1,000 students accommodated once the games have taken place
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Roger Harmer Sep 21
Yesterday's Birmingham climate strike event was brilliantly positive and encouraging - this report by gives a flavour!
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Birmingham Eastside Sep 20
“I think companies are not doing anything near enough to firstly acknowledge their complicity in the climate crisis, and secondly to support young people” — what businesses had to say at Birmingham's , by
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Birmingham Eastside Sep 20
"I may be missing 3 hours of my A-level subjects today, but what’s 3 hours of lessons compared to a climate crisis that is irreversible within approximately 17 months?" — why schoolchildren went on today, by and Alia Roadley
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Birmingham Eastside Sep 20
New post: Birmingham politicians and support students in declaring a “climate emergency” — by
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Birmingham Eastside Sep 20
🌍Families have been coming together in to demand the government take urgent climate action as part of — new post by
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UpRising Birmingham Sep 20
UpRising friend on stage now speaking to the crowds at Birmingham’s “people talk about crisis and I should at times few despair but today I see the youth in its diversity saying enough is enough!”
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George Bunn Sep 20
I’m here at Victoria Square for where the crowds are gathering at the start of the Climate Strike March
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