Liz Clements and Fred Grindrod elected as our Labour councillors for Bournville & Cotteridge

Cllr Fred Grindrod and Cllr Liz Clements holding a Labour poster saying 'For the many not the few' after receiving news that they'd been elected local councillors for Bournville & Cotteridge

Thank you to everyone who voted for Liz Clements and Fred Grindrod, who are now officially our new councillors for #Bournville & #Cotteridge .

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Bournville Labour candidates write to Mayor over shocking Tory comments

Cllr Liz Clements and Fred Grindrod standing on Bournville Lane

Labour candidates Fred Grindrod and Liz Clements have written to the Conservative West Midlands Mayor, Andy Street and the leader of the Conservative Group on Birmingham City Council, Robert Alden, asking them to condemn remarks made by the Conservative candidate for Bournville and Cotteridge at yesterday (Thursday 27th April) evening’s hustings in Bournville and Cotteridge.

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Cllr Mary Locke’s response to bin strike being suspended

Three Birmingham City Council wheelie bins in a row

On Wednesday (16 August), the conciliation service Acas announced the bin strike had been suspended and Birmingham City Council were in negotiations to bring the seven-week dispute to an end. Here is Cllr Mary Locke’s response to the news.

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Cllr Mary Locke reports back in latest edition of Labour in the Community

Front page of Bournville Labour in the Community newspaper, delivered August 2016

Hopefully by the time you read this you will have received the latest Labour in the Community newspaper. In the paper you can find out about the positive contribution Mary Locke is already having as our newly-elected councillor and how you can get in touch with her.

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