***BANK HOLIDAY WEEKEND*** New Birmingham outdoor venue: Hawker Yard
GARAGE // BASSLINE // // JUNGLE // DRUM AND BASS
Keep an eye out for details this will be during the massive Birmingham Pride weekender ♫ ♪ ♫ DJ Lineup ♫ ♪ ♫ ★★ BOODA
★★ GARRY K & RV
★★ DJ EJ
★★ ROYAL FLUSH
★★ RAMSEY (USA)
★★GENERAL DEE / MINDGAME & OB1
MISTA-X★★BOBBY ONE★★SARGAZM★★ TICKETS ON SALE AT SKIDDLE
Everyone will need to be searched on entry, please bare this in mind and arrive early. (All security & searches are performed by the venue in accordance with their licensing, RAW have no control over this process)
VENUE: Hawker Yard (Behind Arcadian)
ADDRESS: 62-70 Pershore St, Birmingham, B5 4RU
DATE: Saturday 26th May '18
TIME: 8.00pm - 6:00am
Dress code: It's a party!
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Virgin trains - http://www.virgintrains.co.uk/
The Chef’s Table allows guests an insight to what goes on behind the scenes of the kitchen, whilst watching them prepare food for you and our other guests through our open kitchen. You can book online or over the phone on 01543 361692 ☎️🍴
Gang injunctions that ban individuals from towns and cities do no breach European human rights laws, a court has ruled.
Appeal court judges made the ruling after a challenge by a 21-year-old who was made the subject of a Birmingham City Council banning order.
Jerome Jones was one of 18 men to be hit last year with what was described as the largest ever gang injunction.
Backing the orders, judges said gang behaviour was not to be underestimated.
Sir Brian Leveson, Lord Justice Underhill and Lord Justice Irwin ruled on Wednesday that "parliament was entitled to address the very real social harm which gangs and other anti-social behaviour have been inflicting on society in the way in which this legislation seeks to do." Mr Jones was said to be a member of the GMG - Guns and Money Gang - or a rival gang in the city and engaged in, encouraged or assisted gang-related violence and drug dealing, Sir Brian said.
A two-year injunction was made against him and the 17 others by a judge at Birmingham County Court last July.
He was banned from parts of Birmingham and told not to use or threaten to use violence against any person.
The men were banned from entering Birmingham city centre, Handsworth, Newtown, Winson Green and Lozells as part of last year's order
Sir Brian said the appeal by Mr Jones had concerned the "compatibility" of the orders with his right to a fair trial under the European Convention on Human Rights.
The challenge, which was dismissed by the three judges, was opposed by both Birmingham City Council and the Home Secretary Sajid Javid.
Sir Brian said Mr Jones is welcome to appeal against the county court ruling.