Birmingham, England: The Riots, 2011 / 2025
The EDL visited Walsall on Saturday, with predictable consequences.
ICC staff are ready for Cameron & co.
The film that’s been asking questions about deaths in custody for over 10 years is set to be screened
Police have raided more homes as they continue to investigate last summer’s disturbances.
West Midlands Police have honoured many people who served the community during the August riots.
West Midlands Police will tomorrow pay tribute to those who helped the community during last summer’s riots.
Rather than setting up expensive and time-consuming enquiries, the government would do better looking on here.
West Midlands Police have made another series of arrests over last summer’s riots
A one-day workshop will bring together world leaders in the field of emergency response to present and discuss new ways to manage urban-based crises and hazards.
The Chief Constable of the West Midlands has been talking about August’s disturbances
West Midlands Police confident they will be able to handle any problems which occur on Saturday afternoon.
West Midlands Police are holding a public meeting tomorrow to further consider their response to last August’s disorder.
Next Saturday members of the far right English Defence League and their supporters will descend upon Birmingham
The Mushroom reckons it’s been a long time since politics was actually discussed at party conferences
Dave Woodhall compares two parts of the same political whole.
Assistance for local businesses affected by the recent riots has been unveiled.
The funerals of Shazad Ali, Haroon Jahan and Abdul Musavir will take place tomorrow.
Birmingham city council has announced a series of measures aimed at businesses affected by last week's disorder.
Richard Lutz is in Scotland- land of vicious football violence, demented sectarianism and an escalating murder rate. But no riots. He finds out why. North of the border then for a Scottish break. And as I pass Carlisle, things change. The air is sweeter, the accent sharper, the weather…well, the weather gets, shall we say,