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Gary Webber: spin instructor

Gary is a Fitness Instructor at Alexander Stadium, Perry Barr. Before that he worked for 13 years at HSBC bank where he was a Unite rep. 263 more words


Man tries to warn neighbors during massive house fire

A home on Avenue S in Ensley was destroyed early Wednesday morning. We’re told a family does live there but they were not there when the fire started. 133 more words


Greater Birmingham leads UK Foreign Direct Investment surge

Birmingham, UK (PRWEB UK) 31 July 2014
There were more foreign investment projects in Greater Birmingham and Solihull LEP (GBSLEP) last year than any other English region, new data reveals from a recent UKTI report. 12 more words

British Consul-General Internship Weeks 1-3

I am now halfway through my internship this summer at the British Consul-General in Chicago, one of the many UK diplomatic posts spread throughout the world that helps enable our geographically small country punch well above its weight on the global stage. 1,797 more words


Raw food at The Warehouse Cafe

The raw food movement is becoming increasingly popular, but does it live up to the hype?

For some reason, a lot of the super healthy diets seem to have been conceived simply to make eating a gruelling experience. 1,263 more words



“And if all womankind banded together and took the male path, the world would turn into one huge brothel.” ~M. Ageyev

We are not a brothel…  By the end of this post, you should understand why.

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Scottish Independence: Fiscal Devolution and UK City Regions.

The Scottish Independence referendum is just under a month away and without a radical shift in public opinion, Scotland will reject independence on September 18th. However, regardless of the outcome, the Scottish Independence debate has raised some serious constitutional as well as political dilemmas which could have a significant impact on the UK and particularly its city regions. 487 more words