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2015 is a big year for Britain

Just five years ago, we were on the brink of bankruptcy. Investors wondered whether Britain was a safe bet any more. Businesses panicked about shrinking order books. And parents wondered what sort of future their children would inherit.

Let’s call time on alcohol-related crime

Walsall risks ruining its improving reputation for combating anti-social behaviour if it allows the town centre to become over-populated with bars and nightclubs, the Conservative Prospective Parliamentary Candidate for Walsall South has said.

More doctors, nurses & midwives on Worcester’s wards

Worcester’s MP, Robin Walker, has welcomed statistics released from the Department of Health in the last week that show a substantial increase in clinical staff across England’s hospitals and in particular more nurses, doctors and midwives in Worcestershire between May 2010 and May 2014.