West Midlands Mayor Andy Street to speak at Conservative conference in Manchester
West Midlands Mayor Andy Street will have a starring role at the Conservative Party conference next month, when he delivers a speech to the party faithful.
Mr Street, the region's first elected mayor, will get a conference speech, the Birmingham Mail has been told.
There will also be a panel discussion of newly-elected mayors on the main conference stage, which Mr Street may take part in. His speech will be in addition to this.
It's a contrast with Labour's conference in Brighton, in late September, where Greater Manchester Mayor Andy Burnham and London Mayor Sadiq Khan have both been... read more
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