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Brexit: Angela Merkel says Theresa May's proposals on EU citizens is not a "breakthrough"

Theresa May's proposals on the rights of EU citizens in the UK do not represent a "breakthrough" in the Brexit negotiations, Angela Merkel said. The German chancellor said the Prime Minister's plan, set out at the European Council summit in...

Friday, 15:57 in Regional West

Coventry City's Academy to stay at Alan Higgs Centre

Coventry City’s Academy is set to stay at the Alan Higgs Centre for another year - as Wasps delay building a £7m training base at the site. Although no deal has yet been signed between the football club and Coventry Sports Foundation , which runs the Ala

Friday, 15:57 in Regional West

Hotpoint offer "profound condolences" to victims of Grenfell Tower fire

Kitchen appliance manufacturer Hotpoint has offered its condolences to the victims of the Grenfell Tower tragedy. The Peterborough-based firm has this afternoon issued a statement after police confirmed one of its products sparked the blaze. After the Me

Friday, 15:32 in Regional West

'Absolutely disgusting' - readers react to huge pile of soil dumped on grave

Telegraph readers have branded a decision to dump soil on top of a man’s grave “disgusting”. Ian Hunter’s last resting place at Canley Garden cemetery and crematorium was covered with a huge mound of earth, leaving his daughter Amanda horrified. The fami

Friday, 15:32 in Regional West
Four injured as tourist open-top bus hits top of Paris tunnel

Four injured as tourist open-top bus hits top of Paris tunnel

A double-decker open-roof bus has hit the roof of a Paris tunnel, injuring four people, one of them seriously, a tour bus company said. Big Bus Tours said the vehicle had taken the tunnel because other routes were closed as Paris shows off its sporting w

Friday, 15:19 in Regional West

Police consider manslaughter charges over Grenfell fire amid failed safety tests

Manslaughter charges are being considered by detectives investigating the Grenfell Tower fire as it emerged the structure had failed fire safety tests. Metropolitan Police Detective Superintendent Fiona McCormack said a faulty fridge started the inferno

Friday, 14:48 in Regional West

University of Warwick halls to be demolished making space for accommodation for 800

Warwick University’s Redfern Halls of Residence are to be demolished to make way for new buildings to hold nearly 800 students. Warwick District Council’s planning committee granted permission for the demolition to take place. Replacing the old building,

Friday, 14:38 in Regional West

Ruth Langsford and Eamonn Holmes told off on This Morning by Kieron Richardson for 'unfair question'

Ruth Langsford and Eamonn Holmes were told off on This Morning by Kieron Richardson today. Kieran appeared alongside husband Carl Hyland on the ITV daytime favourite. The duo appeared talking about becoming dads to twins Phoebe and Chase. But things got

Friday, 14:32 in Regional West

MOT tests set to change - here's all you need to know

The government is currently reviewing the results of its consultation on extending a new car’s need to have its first MOT from three years to four. The law at the moment requires a car to have its first MOT three years after it was purchased. But the Dep

Friday, 13:41 in Regional West

Armed Forces Day 2017 in Coventry and Warwickshire: here's where to show your support

Coventry will be celebrating Armed Forces Day tomorrow with a parade through Broadgate. Lord Mayor Cllr Tony Skipper will be taking the salute during the parade, which starts at 3pm. A service will take place beforehand at 2pm in Holy Trinity Church. Dur

Friday, 13:28 in Regional West

Stratford murderer loses bid to clear his name at Court of Appeal

A killer serving life in jail for the brutal murder of a Stratford-upon-Avon carpet fitter today failed in a Court of Appeal bid to clear his name. Neil John Potter, 38, was caged in May last year for the savage murder of 36-year-old Tristram Wallace in

Friday, 13:09 in Regional West

Brexit one year on: What has happened in 12 months and what happens now?

Friday marks one year to the day since Britain opted to leave the EU. Formal negotiations on the terms of Brexit finally began on Monday, some 361 days after the EU referendum of June 23, 2016. It is also 82 days after Theresa May sent a letter formally

Friday, 13:09 in Regional West

Watch: Miracle escape for motorists after car becomes wedged under lorry in M6 smash

Three youngsters walked away from a horrific smash on the M6 toll with just minor injuries after their car became wedged UNDER an HGV. Footage from the scene shows how the driver and his passengers were inches away from decapitation. The stomach churning

Friday, 12:56 in Regional West
Man charged with terrorism-related murder after Finsbury Park attack

Man charged with terrorism-related murder after Finsbury Park attack

A van driver held over the Finsbury Park terror attack will appear in court today charged with terrorism-related murder and attempted murder. Darren Osborne, 47, was arrested by Metropolitan Police shortly after the incident outside a north London mosque

Friday, 12:37 in Regional West

Coventry City v Mogga's Blackburn Rovers - reduced prices including kids for a quid

Ticket prices have been reduced for former Coventry City boss Tony Mowbray 's first return to the Ricoh Arena with Blackburn Rovers in the EFL Cup. Young Sky Blues fans can get in for £1, while adults and concession prices have also been cut to help swel

Friday, 12:25 in Sport

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