Dave Woodhall on the mayoral verdict and the headline we’ve been dying to use since we started.
If Birmingham votes YES - the bottom option on the ballot paper
Salma Yaqoob’s heroic idealism seems more like an act of desperation
Birmingham Green Party coordinator Phil Simpson explains the question missing from Thursday’s referendum.
So yes to a mayor, but no to this mayor.
The Birmingham Press's Mayoral debate at the Ort Café last Thursday was a thought-provoking event.
Elected Mayors - a New Labour/Cameron fix, with precious little support from Birmingham councillors, reckons Steve Beauchampé
Alan Clawley reports back from the mayoral debate at Ort Cafe last night
Birmingham currently has 120 directly elected councillors. But for how long, asks Steve Beauchampé.
Localise West Midlands and The Birmingham Press have collaborated on a fact sheet
Steve Beauchampé explores the 'interests' involved with the mayoral referendum.
"Unless we get a lot more answers and assurances I’ll be voting No on May 3rd."
Channel 4 political correspondent Michael Crick, raises further doubts as to the wording (or lack of) on the ballot paper
Debra Davis announced as speaker at Mayoral Referendum debate
Ken Livingston: "It concentrates too much power in one person's hands"
Wording on ballot paper flawed.
Dave Woodhall reports back on yesterday's Mayoral 'debate'.
Dave Woodhall continues the mayoral debate
The Birmingham Press invites you to a public debate on the city's forthcoming mayoral referendum, due to be held on May 3rd.