by CommonSense Iron Angle: A farewell to arms - the final Iron Angle column
With the third of the city's population hailing from the Pakistani heritage community and soon to be a majority BME city, there are plenty of leaders.
The rig's adjustable angle column
simplifies angle drilling.
Dear Editor, I write to refute a misleading report in the Iron Angle column
in the Post (March 18).
Dear Editor, May I respond to the personal criticism in the Iron Angle column
(Birmingham Post, March 6).
The following is an extract from the blog of Longbridge Tory councillor Keith Barton, the famous global warming sceptic: "It seems Paul Dale devoted some of his Iron Angle Column
to castigating Keith over his remarks on the report on Sustainable Communities.
Dear Editor, The last item in Paul Dale's Iron Angle column
(Post July 12th) reminds me of the old verse:
In your recent Iron Angle column
, referring to cabinet meetings, you state that "The Tory Council Leader's jibes used to be directed at opposition Labour Leader Sir Albert Bore.
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It was of interest to read Saturday's Iron Angle column
and note the change in tone from being supportive to what one would call being critical of his lordship.
Dear Editor, - As a private individual I feel I must respond to the article written by Paul Dale in the Iron Angle column
of your newspaper (Post, Jan 7).
Dear Editor, - Paul Dale writes in his Iron Angle column
(Post, August 27) that I "must be the only person in Birmingham who clings to the belief that residents have powerful rights to object to the government's open-all-hours policy for pubs".
For the second year, your Iron Angle column
makes reference to the fact that I wear a large red poppy.