A Quiet Word:
Lobbying, Crony Capitalism
and Broken Politics in Britain

The University of Birmingham (informally Birmingham University) is the oldest red brick university in the United Kingdom. Located in the leafy suburb of Edgbaston just outside Birmingham City Centre, it received its royal charter in 1900 as a successor to Queen's College, Birmingham (founded in 1828 as the Birmingham School of Medicine and Surgery) and Mason Science College (established in 1875 by Sir Josiah Mason). [1]
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June 2013

June 2012

  • James O'Shaughnessy, Honorary Senior Research Fellow, University of Birmingham gave evidence related to Special Advisers on 12 Jun. [4]
  • James O’Shaughnessy, Honorary Senior Research Fellow, University of Birmingham gave evidence related to Special Advisers on 12 Jun. [4]

May 2012

  • Catherine Staite, Director, Institute of Local Government Studies, University of Birmingham gave evidence related to The Co-operative council on 21 May. [5]
  • Professor Tony Bovaird, Professor of Public Management and Policy, Institute of Local Government Studies, University of Birmingham gave evidence related to The Co-operative council on 21 May. [5]

November 2011

  • Professor Jim Orford, Gambling Specialist, University of Birmingham gave evidence related to Gambling on 22 Nov. [7]

July 2011

November 2010

  • Professor John Stewart, Emeritus Professor of Local Government, University of Birmingham gave evidence related to Localism on 15 Nov. [10]

June 2011

Dept. for Business, Innovation and Skills
  • University of Birmingham met with David Willetts, Minister of State, to discuss Higher Education, along with 21 others. [2]
  • University of Birmingham met with Vincent Cable, Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills, to discuss Higher Education, along with 21 others. [2]

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