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'Lone wolf' London terrorist and his links to Solihull and Birmingham

The terrorist responsible for the attack in London yesterday is believed to be from Birmingham. Fragments of information are emerging regarding the perpetrator, who is responsible for the murder of three people. The "lone wolf" is believed...

Thursday, 13:14 in Regional West

Help raise money for family of London terror attack victim PC Keith Palmer

More than £22,000 has been raised in a matter of hours for the family of fallen police officer Keith Palmer, who was killed in a terror attack on Parliament. Mr Palmer, 48, was stabbed multiple times by the attacker outside Westminster Palace, moments af

Thursday, 13:09 in Regional West

Drama as drugs squad officers raid a CANAL BOAT in Leamington

A flat and a canal boat were raided by drugs squad officers in Leamington. Officers used battering rams to force their way in to the building in Clapham Terrace and the barge, which was moored on the nearby Grand Union Canal. Police suspected dealers sel

Thursday, 13:09 in Regional West

This is how parents should explain terrorist attacks to children

Britain has been left shocked after a terror attack on UK soil yesterday. Horrific events in London have rocked the nation, with the whole world coming together to share their thoughts and prayers with the UK. And as we watch endless news bulletins, read

Thursday, 13:09 in Regional West

Wembley-bound Coventry City fans take up full allocation for stop-off at non-league club

Hundreds of Wembley-bound Coventry City fans will be stopping off at Wealdstone FC on the way to the Checkatrade Trophy final . The non-league club are providing free parking for car and coach loads of the Sky Blue Army but there’s no more room left. The

Thursday, 12:39 in Sport
Wasps' Dai Young: Marquee signings can come in many guises

Wasps' Dai Young: "Marquee signings can come in many guises"

Wasps boss Dai Young has provided a few clues about his club’s marquee player options for next season. Last week’s announcement that Kurtley Beale will return to the Waratahs at the end of the current campaign both created a vacancy and an immediate tide

Thursday, 12:39 in Sport

Greatest response to terrorists is millions getting on with everyday lives - PM

British people have shown terrorists they "will not defeat us" by carrying on with their lives as normal after the "sickening" Westminster attack, Theresa May has told the House of Commons. The Prime Minister said Parliament was...

Thursday, 12:39 in Regional West

London terrorist attack: Look inside the Birmingham flat raided by police

Pictures from inside the Birmingham property raided by police overnight following yesterday's terror attack in London have emerged. The photographs show the interior of the flat in Hagley Road after police swooped on the property in an operation spearhea

Thursday, 12:18 in Regional West

Flight laptop ban: How it affects passengers and all you need to know

New aviation security measures are being introduced for selected inbound flights to the UK. Passengers flying to the UK from six countries in the Middle East and north Africa will banned from to carrying laptops and other large electronic devices as cabi

Thursday, 12:18 in Regional West

The clocks are set to change - and this is how to get your kids to sleep

The clocks are changing, throwing our bodies all awry. Naturally, your children will be restless and confused, and they will likely be struggling to sleep. Thankfully, though, the struggle does not have to manifest itself into anything sinister. Why? Bec

Thursday, 12:18 in Regional West

Brexit: What is Article 50 and when will it be triggered? A guide to what happens next

On June, 26 2016 the UK made a historic decision when it voted to leave the EU. Even though the vote took place nine months ago the official process of leaving the EU hasn't started yet. On Monday, Prime Minister Theresa May said she will be triggering A

Thursday, 12:13 in Regional West

Checkatrade Trophy final: Cheapest places for Coventry City fans to eat near Wembley

The countdown is on to the Checkatrade Trophy final on April 2. Coventry City will take on Oxford United - and, on a big outing such as this, pre-match and (in some cases) post-match grub is a necessity. Inside Wembley Stadium itself, there is food and d

Thursday, 12:07 in Sport

Coventry City fans' pubs on West side of Wembley for Checkatrade Trophy final

If you're lucky enough to have tickets for the Checkatrade Trophy final at Wembley, you'll want to know where to drink beforehand. The Sky Blues will enjoy their first trip to Wembley in 30 years. And with tickets already being snapped up fast, we take a

Thursday, 12:07 in Sport

Audiology services axed at Nuneaton's George Eliot Hospital

Vital audiology services at Nuneaton’s hospital are being axed – without giving those who rely on it a chance to have their say. Letters have been sent to those who use the service at the George Eliot Hospital that it will stop on March 31. Instead they

Thursday, 11:49 in Regional West

Plusnet fined £880,000 for charging former customers - these are YOUR rights if you're affected

BT-owned Plusnet has been fined £880,000 for continuing to charge more than 1,000 former landline and broadband customers, Ofcom said. The regulator found that the telecoms company broke a fundamental billing rule by continuing to charge 1,025 customers

Thursday, 11:49 in Regional West

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