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I am an experienced online journalist and political editor working for Trinity Mirror papers in the West Midlands and the North East, based in the Parliamentary Press Gallery at Westminster.

I understand how government, Parliament and political parties work. I am equally at home digging out stories from data, social media or interviews as I am covering major set-piece events or explaining how things work to readers.

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Jonathan Walker Political Editor of the Birmingham Post, Birmingham Mail, Sunday Mercury, Coventry Telegraph, Newcastle Journal, Newcastle Chronicle and Sunday Sun.

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  • Nick Clegg tells critics they can back Labour instead +

    Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg has branded critics “people who like protest” and told them to vote Labour, in defiant Read More
  • Councils missing "essential information" warn Government of benefits changes chaos +

    The benefits system is being thrown into chaos because local councils are expected to oversee radical changes without essential information Read More
  • Margaret Thatcher a towering figure in our own imaginations +

    The economy of the West Midlands was devastated under Margaret Thatcher's Government - and it still hasn't recovered. That was the Read More
  • Confusion between race and culture has to end +

    There are certain words I would like to ban, or at least to ban anyone from using without explaining exactly Read More
  • Liam Byrne battles Labour left over welfare reforms +

    One of Labour’s most senior MPs in the Midlands is at the centre of a major row with activists and Read More
  • Calls for Birmingham NHS trust to take control of Redditch hospital +

    The trust which runs Birmingham’s Queen Elizabeth Hospital has become embroiled in a bitter row with another Midland health trust Read More
  • Politics News: Calls for Birmingham NHS trust to take control of Redditch hospital +

    The trust which runs Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham has become embroiled in a political row with another health trust over Read More
  • Health News: Lack of social care blamed for rise in bed blocking in Birmingham +

    ...Read more http://www.birminghampost.net/news/west-midlands-health-news/2013/03/29/lack-of-social-care-blamed-for-rise-in-bed-blocking-in-birmingham-65233-33079931/ Read More
  • Health News: Failing hospital managers to be blacklisted after Stafford scandal +

    ...Read more http://www.birminghampost.net/news/west-midlands-health-news/2013/03/27/failing-hospital-managers-to-be-blacklisted-after-stafford-scandal-65233-33065193/ Read More
  • Time for 'back to basics' after Stafford Hospital scandal - Cameron +

    David Cameron has said it was time to “get back to some basic thoughts” about care in the NHS as Read More
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