Downtown Den Podcast #004 | Birmingham is staying strong

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Our Birmingham Downtown Chairman called into the Den to discuss what the business landscape looked like for the West Midlands – commenting on politics, the charitable sector and education – with some high praise for Andy Street, Andy Burnham and the Chancellor.

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