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Royal British Legion falls victim to a robbery

Royal British Legion were shocked to find the doors wide open. Credit: Kingswinford Royal British Legion

Members of the Royal British Legion were shocked to find their club house had been broken into and robbed last night in Kingswinford, Dudley.

According to their Facebook page the items that were taken included a television and several bottles of spirits.

They are appealing for anyone who has any information about the robbery and are urging people to get in touch with the Police.

We would like to thank the people responsible for breaking into our British Legion, Kingswinford last night.

As a charity we raise money for soldiers who are currently serving and veterans who have fought for our country and your right to freedom.

– Kingswinford Royal British Legion
Boxes were scattered all over the floor after the break-in. Credit: Kingswinford Royal British Legion

Emotional Shropshire farmer says smaller herds are suffering

Nicky Harris told ITV News Central that big supermarkets are holding dairy farmers to ransom.

She said she'll have to pick some of her herd to go to slaughter this week just to keep the wolves from the door.

She has set up a campaign page to raise awareness.

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Shropshire farmer takes tough decision to slaughter her dairy cows

Nicky Harris is struggling to pay the bills. Credit: ITV News Central

Nicky Harris, a farmer in Shropshire, says she's distraught that she'll have to send some of her dairy cows away for slaughter this week because of falling milk prices.

She says big supermarkets are holding dairy-farmers to ransom with such low prices and many farms in the area are struggling to keep going.

The increasing pressure has meant sending the cows for slaughter is the only way to pay the bills.

Hundreds brave the rain to show their support for the NHS

Campaigns, health staff and unions marched together. Credit: ITV News Central
Protestors were marching against what they claim is a 'gradual destruction' of the service. Credit: ITV News Central
Protestors were calling for better pay to NHS staff and more money to ensure the service stays free. Credit: ITV News Central

Nottingham rally condemns bomb attacks on Pakistani Christians

People from across the country came to protest against the attacks. Credit: Pukaar News
Around 100 Pakistani Christian families from Nottingham joined the rally. Credit: Pukaar News
17 Pakistani Christians died in two suicide bomb attacks in Lahore earlier this month. Credit: Pukaar News
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