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Tributes paid to 'hero' ex-miner who tried to stop neo-Nazi murdering Jo Cox

Bernard Kenny, who tried to stop a right-wing extremist from murdering MP Jo Cox, has been described as a "hero" by her widower following his death. The former miner's son, Phil Kenny, 58, confirmed his father died on Monday morning. Mr...

Tuesday, 08:37 in Regional West
 

Man released without charge after jogger bus push probe speaks out

A man who was arrested by police after a woman was pushed over by a jogger is “very upset to have been implicated at all in this abhorrent crime”. That's the message from lawyers, who revealed he was released without charge after an investigation into th

Tuesday, 08:37 in Regional West
 

Premier League clubs 'want transfer window shut before start of next season'

Premier League clubs are pushing for the transfer window to be shut before the start of the season, according to reports. National newspapers say the issue is set to be discussed at a shareholders' meeting in September with a majority of clubs in favour

Tuesday, 08:23 in Regional West
 

Live: Lanes closed and hour delays on M6 due to multi-vehicle accident

Video LoadingVideo Unavailable Click to playTap to play The video will start in 8CancelPlay now There are heavy delays and stationary traffic this morning after an accident on the M6. Traffic was held between junctions three and two in both directions. F

Tuesday, 07:51 in Regional West
 

Top stories from Britain and around the world - Britain could keep EU customs arrangements for interim...

BRITAIN COULD KEEP EU CUSTOMS ARRANGEMENTS FOR INTERIM PERIOD, DAVIS SAYS Britain could keep the same customs arrangements with the European Union for an interim period in order to avoid "unnecessary disruption" for UK businesses, David...

Tuesday, 07:38 in Regional West
 

Coventry City captain Michael Doyle named in League Two team of the week

Mark Robins ’s Coventry City built on their opening day success with another three points to continue the excellent start to life in League Two. Second half goals from Marc McNulty and Jack Grimmer secured the victory against Russell Slade ’s Grimsby Tow

Tuesday, 07:22 in Sport
 

Trio of police stations to have opening times slashed

Opening hours at the front desk at three Warwickshire police stations are to be slashed to help save cash. The Telegraph can reveal that, as of the start of next month, people will have less access to the front desks at Nuneaton, Rugby and Leamington. Cu

Tuesday, 05:31 in Regional West
 

Coventry City's Jodi Jones has to get used to being targeted on and off pitch, says Marc McNulty

Marc McNulty says Coventry City forward Jodi Jones has got to get used to being singled out on and off the pitch this season. The teenager was targeted, not for the first time this season, for some special attention from opposition defenders during the S

Tuesday, 05:09 in Sport
 

The UK and Europe weather forecast for holidaymakers on August 15

Jetting off abroad for some fun in the sun or remaining at home for a staycation? Wherever you are heading, check out the forecast for top destinations at home and abroad. Here’s the latest forecast for destinations in the UK and overseas on August 15. F

Tuesday, 05:06 in Regional West
 

Care home Victoria Park in Coventry needs improvement

Coventry care home Victoria Park needs to get better in all areas according to inspectors. Inspectors have written a report about the home in Brays Lane, Stoke, saying that medicines need to be better managed, better records of meals and drinks should be

Tuesday, 05:06 in Regional West
 

Five stories you must read before bed

Pervert sexually assaulted young woman while she slept Dean Cocks assaulted a 19-year-old woman while she was asleep after meeting her earlier that night outside a nightclub. The 39-year-old was found guilty at Warwick Crown Court and jailed for two year

Monday, 21:12 in Regional West
 

Campaigners to host protest picnic over plans to close children's centres

Protesting parents are planning a huge picnic in Nuneaton’s biggest park to provide a show of strength against plans to close cherished children’s centres. Families are being invited to join the protest in front of the Riversley Children’s Centre - one o

Monday, 19:20 in Regional West
 

George Eliot Hospital gets all-clear after norovirus scare

Nuneaton's hospital has been given the all-clear after a previously closed ward has now been re-opened. Bosses at the George Eliot Hospital were forced to close the Adam Bede ward due to an outbreak of Norovirus. It remained closed over the weekend but o

Monday, 19:20 in Regional West
 

Courts: Driver caught on mobile phone was also carrying a kitchen knife

A young driver avoided a prison sentence after being caught with a kitchen knife and driving while on his mobile phone. Michael Morounmubo was arrested after being seen using his phone at the wheel in Swan Lane, Hillfields, and driving without a licence

Monday, 19:14 in Regional West
 

Meet the super-fleas with giant penises set to invade Coventry homes

Super-fleas with penises two-and-a-half times their body length could soon been invading Coventry homes. The warning from pest experts come amid an exceptionally wet summer across the city and Warwickshire. Scientists say the wet August so soon after a h

Monday, 19:14 in Regional West
 


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