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Demographics of Birmingham
this is referenced in the man bham article but is out of date. how to we identify that it should be on a list for update? the census info doen't include current as well (2005).. i have updated the current populatin info in the LEAD, but as a sub-article it needs updating.
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West Midlands photographer available.
Proposed move of Aston Science Park to Birmingham Science Park, Aston
Invitation: Editathon at Birmingham Museum Collection Centre, on 28 May 2015
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