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UKIP becomes first party to restart General Election campaign after Manchester terror attack

Ukip leader Paul Nuttall has said the democratic process must continue as he confirmed his party will launch its manifesto on Thursday. National campaigning in the General Election has been suspended since Monday's terrorist attack in Manchester. Mr Nutt

Wednesday, 19:19 in Regional West

Coventry City signing Dominic Hyam: All you need to know about Reading Academy graduate

Mark Robins has not wasted any time during this summer's transfer window, having already recruited six players ahead of the club's pre-season schedule. Goalkeeper Liam O'Brien became the Sky Blues' fifth signing just hours before Dominic Hyam's arrival f

Wednesday, 19:15 in Sport

Coventry and Warwickshire Heroes: Campaigning supermum shortlisted

A supermum who campaigns for a better understanding of autism and mental health issues has been nominated in our Coventry and Warwickshire Heroes awards. Since 2007 Vikie Shanks has been a single mum to her seven children, six of them are autistic and on

Wednesday, 19:04 in Regional West

Emirates adds second A380 daily flight out of Birmingham Airport

Emirates will launch a second A380 service between Birmingham and Dubai following its decision this month to cut the route's frequency from three to two per day. From October 29, the Boeing 777 currently flying the route will be replaced by a A380. This

Wednesday, 19:04 in Regional West
Birmingham Airport reintroducing free drop-off parking

Birmingham Airport reintroducing free drop-off parking

Birmingham Airport is to reintroduce free drop-off car parking for the first time in almost ten years as part of a £100million investment programme, it has been revealed. The drop-off charging system, which has been in place since shortly after the Glasg

Wednesday, 18:51 in Regional West

Coventry City defender Dominic Hyam decided on Sky Blues because of Mark Robins

Coventry City's latest recruit Dominic Hyam says he decided to sign for the Sky Blues because he was impressed by Mark Robins. The Sky Blues manager guided the club to their first piece of silverware in 30 years last month, and Hyam's arrival at the Rico

Wednesday, 17:11 in Sport
Live: Breaking news and travel from Coventry, Warwickshire and beyond on May 24

Live: Breaking news and travel from Coventry, Warwickshire and beyond on May 24

Welcome to the Telegraph's daily news live blog, bringing you all the latest news, sport, travel and weather from around Coventry and beyond every day. Stay tuned for all the latest updates below: If you've spotted anything in your area, you can get in t

Wednesday, 17:08 in Regional West

Wasps' Dai Young: "It's a wide pitch and 27 degrees is made for running rugby"

Wasps and Exeter have crossed paths no fewer than seven times in the last 18 months, so it’s fair to say they know each other pretty well. Indeed, so closely packed were three of those meetings, in April and May last year, that the players shared a post-

Wednesday, 16:40 in Sport
Wasps digest: Ulster Rugby trip kicks off Dai Young's 2017/18 pre-season campaign

Wasps digest: Ulster Rugby trip kicks off Dai Young's 2017/18 pre-season campaign

For Wasps and Exeter plus Pro 12 clubs Scarlets and Munster the current season has a few days remaining. But for the remaining 20 UK top flight clubs thoughts have already turned to the beach then preparations for next season. On this basis, Ulster, who

Wednesday, 16:40 in Sport

Live: Duo found guilty of murdering Lee Brooks

Video LoadingVideo Unavailable Click to playTap to play The video will start in 8CancelPlay now Two men have been found guilty today of murdering Coventry man Lee Brooks. He was found in the bedroom of a house in Hugh Road, Stoke, on August 26 last year

Wednesday, 16:36 in Regional West

'My flooded garden smells like a sewer' says angry mum after recent downpours

A Nuneaton woman has been left with mouldy looking grass and a garden that smells like sewers after the recent wet weather turned into a bog. Tracey White claims she first complained to Bellway, the developer who built her home and her housing associatio

Wednesday, 16:36 in Regional West

When does summer start and when is the longest day?

Summer is probably most people's favourite season, but when does it actually start? That all depends on whether you are referring to the astronomical or meteorological summer - and there's a three-week difference between the two. Meteorological season Th

Wednesday, 16:07 in Regional West

Man remanded in custody over attempted murder of car salesman

A man has been remanded into custody after appearing in court charged with the attempted murder of a car salesman. John Tuff will be remanded until trial at Warwick Crown Court after appearing at Leamington Magistrates’ Court today charged with attempted

Wednesday, 16:07 in Regional West

My son is innocent, claims father of suspected Manchester terror attacker Salman Abedi

The father of the alleged Manchester arena attacker has denied that his son is linked to militants or the suicide bombing that killed 22 people. Ramadan Abedi said he spoke to his 22-year-old son Salman Abedi five days ago and he was getting ready to vis

Wednesday, 15:40 in Regional West
Wasps v Exeter Chiefs revisited...drawing the tomahawk's sting!

Wasps v Exeter Chiefs revisited...drawing the tomahawk's sting!

Saturday sees Wasps face Exeter Chiefs in the Aviva Premiership final, seeking their first title since 2008. The black-and-golds have only limited history against Rob Baxter’s side, as the Chiefs have only been in the top-flight since 2010. However, it i

Wednesday, 15:28 in Sport

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