A report found Cllr John Clancy didn't have the power to make an agreement with the UNITE Union to try to end the industrial actionRead the full story ›
Birmingham refuse collectors in the Unite union will decide today whether to strike over the Christmas period.Read the full story ›
Members of the Unite union are balloting for industrial action over alleged council payments to the GMB union - who didn't strike before.Read the full story ›
Birmingham's long-running bin dispute has officially ended.Read the full story ›
Bin workers have agreed to officially end their strike today after they accepted a deal from the City Council.Read the full story ›
Birmingham bin workers have voted to accept the council deal. It means the long running dispute between the City Council and bin workers is now officially over.
The long-running dispute that saw rubbish piled high on the streets of Birmingham over the summer is on the brink of being settled. The City Council cabinet met earlier to ratify a new deal with workers, which would see them keep their jobs and stay on the same pay.
Tomorrow the bin workers will vote on whether to accept it, effectively ending the dispute which has been on and off since June.
Gareth Owen reports.
Birmingham City Council's Cabinet will be updated on the latest position of the ongoing bin dispute today.Read the full story ›
Birmingham City Council has published its schedule for clearing the backlog of uncollected bins in two weeks.Read the full story ›
The Leader of Birmingham City Council has resigned this evening with immediate effect as the city's bin dispute continues.
John Clancy has been fiercely criticised over his handling of the ongoing bin dispute. Melissa Wright has the latest from the Council's headquarters.