Let’s develop a Team Midlands approach

By Simon Dale | 03 December 2018

Dominated by Birmingham as Britain's second largest city, and politically divided between Labour and Conservative councils, historically the local authorities of the West Midlands have not co-operated well.

While the East Midlands has benefitted from having three similar-sized proncipal cities, Nottingham, Derby and Leicester have historically worked independently of each other rather than as a whole.

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