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It is hoped that local media outlets will support local democracy and commerce and provide communities with relevant and targeted content from organizations and companies based in Birmingham. The service will broadcast on the popular Freeview platform.
Steve said “I’m encouraging community groups, local companies, schools, colleges, universities and media companies to engage with the DCMS and OFCOM to make the most of this exciting opportunity.
Steve recently visited Gordon Franks Training, a successful training agency in Birmingham. Whilst there, he spoke with current students about their training experience and hopes for the future.
 

The briefing particularly focussed on how to fund adult social care in the future. While it is really good that life expectancy is increasing quality of life still matters and it is important to find an affordable way of ensuring elderly people get the support they need in old age.

 

The on-going global economic crisis has led many governments to be more cautious with their finances and to look for innovative ways to raise money through taxes and save money through balancing the demands of public spending.

Steve visited the Training facility, based in the West Midlands, accompanied by Managing Director Peter Coates, and Mark Simcox, Head of Training and Recruitment Bus Division

Steve joined charity officials and MPs to launch ‘Be Loud Be Clear’; a campaign aiming to increase public awareness of this disease.

 

The figures show that there are now 8,000 fewer officers on the streets, at a time when personal crime, which includes theft and violence, has gone up by a startling 11 per cent -- the biggest increase in a decade.

Since George Osborne’s spending review the economy has grown by just 0.3% compared to the 3.0% predicted by the Government.

 

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