Open meeting at the Library of Birmingham, 11am.
In the aftermath of the election, and possibly while a government is being formed, WMNEG will meet to consider its programme for the next few months.
Its vice chairman writes: “If the opinion polls prove correct then the most likely outcomes could be more conducive to decentralisation and economic and political change than for many a decade”.
Newcomers to the library: go to the cafe at the main entrance, buy a drink and go upstairs to a gallery which has signs to say the area is for customers of the café. If crowded, look for the chairman, Alan Clawley.