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US TV show Glee faces having to change its name after losing a court battle with a Midlands based comedy club.
Birmingham is hosting its first late-night Eid shopping event next week, as thousands of Muslims prepare to mark the end of summer fasting.
John Edwards, Managing Director of Special Operations for Jaguar Land Rover, has been speaking to ITV News Central about plans to build a specialist super car facility in the Midlands.
The plant would have 150 specialist working on vehicles, but hundreds of other new jobs would be created.
Jaguar Land Rover is building a new mini plant to build super cars and cars based on the company's historic models. One of them is this new F-Type which copies elements of the D-Type which won Le Mans in the fifties. It was unveiled at the Goodwood Motor Racing Circuit.
The company said hundreds of people will be employed in the new venture which will be based in the Midlands. It's a completely new business being set up under the Jaguar Land Rover umbrella.
Speaking at the grand opening of Burton-on-Trent's refurbished Victorian Market Hall, the leader of East Staffordshire Borough Council said it was an important moment for the town.
Councillor Julian Mott hopes the £1.5 million revamp will draw more market traders into Burton, after the building has been empty for 18 months during the work.
One of Burton-on-Trent's newest traders at the Victoria Market Hall is Simon Kirby from Sutton Coldfield.
Speaking on his first day of trading in the newly opened hall after its £1.5 million refurbishment, he said it was a great asset to Burton, as there is nothing like it where he's from in Sutton!
Burton-on-Trent's Victorian market hall opened its doors again today after a £1.5 million pound revamp.
The historic hall is 131 years old, and closed in July last year for the refurbishment. The work included bringing the upper level back into use.
It's hoped the new retail space will encourage specialist food and craft traders to set up shop in town.
East Staffordshire Borough Council said:
Since its original opening in 1883, this iconic Victorian market hall has been an intrinsic part of community life and will remain an important feature of Burton's identity after its extensive redevelopment."
Jamil Ahmed from Nottingham Licensed Taxi Owners' and Drivers' Association says some private hire companies are operating above the law when.
A 221 year old horse saddle making business based in Walsall has gone into administration. Jabez Cliff Limited was known for its Barnsby brand.
The company held a Royal Warrant and made saddles for The King's Troop Royal Horse Artillery and The Household Cavalry.
The company's 26 staff have been made redundant and the business has closed. The administrators say they hope the Barnsby brand name can be sold and will be carried on.
The generation of 2,000 new jobs as a result of the £50m Rushden Lakes scheme, has been welcomed by MP for Wellingborough and Rushden, Peter Bone.
Mr Bone praised the government for helping to secure a major investment for Northamptonshire, saying:
The Listening Team has helped secure a major investment in East Northamptonshire, with David Cameron's Government having listened. Under the previous Labour Government, our community was not only starved of new infrastructure, but actually had major public services withdrawn...
...This is clear evidence that David Cameron's Long Term Economic Plan is working.
Tom Pursglove, the Conservative Parliamentary Candidate for Corby & East Northamptonshire, also weighed in, saying:
The decision to grant planning permission for the Rushden Lakes development is a huge boost for our area. Local people have campaigned vigorously for this development and this victory is testament to their efforts - particularly those of 'Yes to Rushden Lakes'...
...This decision is evidence that the Prime Minister's Long Term Economic Plan is working and is delivering for local people.
Corby MP Andy Sawford says that the decision to grant approval for a new £50 million retail development in Northamptonshire will be good news for the local economy.
Rushden Lakes was given the green light by the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government, Eric Pickles, this morning.
“I am very pleased that Rushden lakes has finally been given the go-ahead," he said.
"This will provide a great boost to jobs and the economy in East Northamptonshire and I have strongly supported the development.
"After a year’s delay I hope we can now get on with the development as soon as possible."