The number of violent homophobic crimes have increased in the UK this year, according to new figures.
The home of Peterborough United will now be called the 'ABAX Stadium' after a deal was reached with the Norwegian-owned company ABAX.
An initial five-year agreement has been signed between both parties, with ABAX becoming the club's stadium naming rights partner.
The stadium was previously called London Road and Posh have played there since 1934.
Staffordshire Police say they are committed to reducing hate crime following the release of new figures which show a rise in reported hate crime across the UK.
ITV News Central has learned that reported homophobic hate crimes are on the rise.
Figures from police forces in the Midlands reveal that in the 12 months to June this year there were 543 reported homophobic crimes compared with 539 over the same period three years ago.
ACPO, which represents chief police officers, say they're committed to reducing hate crime and improving services to victims.
If you are being subjected to homophobic hate crime then you can receive help and advice on how to report it from the organisations listed below.
People across Leicester can help raise the money, which will be used to reinter King Richard lll in the Cathedral next year.
The Cathedral needs to complete raising the £2.5m for the reburial of King Richard III.
Another £600,000 is needed and the money raised will be used to support the restyling of the Cathedral and go towards the cost of the King’s tomb, which will be revealed at a service on Friday 27 March.
The M1 Northbound has now re-opened after it was shut from yesterday evening because of a fatal eight-vehicle crash.
The carriageway was closed northbound between junction 21a and 22 since around 6.45pm last night.
A man died in the crash which involved seven cars and a lorry, three other people are being treated in hospital.
A man and a woman from Walsall have been arrested on suspicion of Syria-related terrorism offences.
The couple were detained by officers from the West Midlands Counter Terrorism Unit at around 10.30pm last night at Heathrow Airport, as they disembarked a flight from Istanbul.
Two addresses in Walsall are being searched. The man, aged 20, and the woman, aged 19, are both currently in custody in the West Midlands area.
A warning has been released after scammers in Warwickshire are using 'unable to deliver parcel' cards to steal hundreds of pounds.
A card is posted through your door from a company called PDS (Parcel Delivery Service) suggesting that they were unable to deliver a parcel.
You're then instructed to dial the number 0906 6611911, which is a Premium rate number and when you start to hear a recorded message you will already have been billed £315 for the phone call.
Anyone who has received a card is being urged to contact Royal Mail Fraud.
A convicted drug dealer’s top-of-the-range Bentley is being auctioned on a police eBay shop.
The 2006 silver Bentley Continental Coupe was seized from Cookie Amin, who made hundreds of thousands of pounds from anabolic steroids.
It was listed with a starting price of £34,000 and the auction is due to end tomorrow night.
Leicestershire was the first force in the country to use eBay to sell assets seized from convicted criminals.
Derbyshire Police have said homophobic violence won't be tolerated, following the results of a freedom of information request.
The figures show that the number of violent homophobic crimes have increased in the UK this year.
These are the latest pictures from the scene of a crash involving seven cars and a lorry on the M1 near Leicester which left one man dead.
The road has been closed northbound between junction 21a and 22 since around 18.45 last night and is not expected to re-open until lunchtime today.
Three people are being treated in hospital.