It the wake of the Westminster attack on Wednesday 22nd March, a woman who's 19-year-old son was radicalised by Islamic extremists has spoken of what she thinks could have prevented it.
Nicola Benyahia, from Birmingham, now runs a group to support families combatting radicalisation.
Traffic has returned to normal after an accident on A4540 Belgrave Middleway.
The road had been closed in both directions since Sunday night (26 March) between A435 Haden Way (Haden Circus) and A441 Pershore Road / Sherlock Street (Belgrave Interchange).
A 25-year-old boxer from Burton-on-Trent has spoken of his shock and horror after witnessing the violent attack outside the Palace of Westminster.
Frazer Clarke was walking to a coach when he witnessed the attack.
A man has died after he was hit by a car that had been chased by police on Belgrave Middleway last night (27 March).
The man was struck by a dark coloured Ford Mondeo as it travelled along the west bound carriageway of the road. The car was being pursued from Short Heath Road in Erdington after the driver failed to stop for police.
The pursuit was abandoned when the car went through a red light shortly before the collision occurred.
The 45-year-old pedestrian died at the scene and specialist officers are supporting his family.
The Mondeo fled the scene and police are still searching for the driver. West Midlands Police say they are urging him to give himself up.
Belgrave Middleway has been closed in both directions between Bristol Road and Haden Circus while emergency services and collision reconstruction experts establish the circumstances of the incident.
Motorists are being asked to avoid the area until the road is re-opened later today.
The force’s Professional Standards Department has informed the IPCC.
The Belgrave Middleway in Birmingham is closed in both directions this morning with traffic moving very slowly around the area.
It's due to an accident between A435 Haden Way (Haden Circus) and A441 Pershore Road / Sherlock Street (Belgrave Interchange).
Local buses are also being diverted.
A 30-year-old man was arrested in Birmingham on Sunday on suspicion of preparing terrorist acts.Read the full story ›
A 30-year-old man has been arrested in Birmingham by officers investigating the Westminster terror attack.
The man was arrested today (26 March) on suspicion of preparation of terrorist acts.
He was detained under the Terrorism Act (TACT) and is in police custody.
The man is the 12th person to be arrested in connection with the investigation, with nine others being released with no further action.
Another 58-year-old man, arrested in Birmingham, remains in police custody after a series of raids across the country.
Officers have carried out a total of 15 searches at various addresses in east London, south London, Brighton, Surrey, Carmarthenshire, Birmingham and Manchester.
Fourteen searches have now concluded, with one ongoing in Birmingham.
Four people were killed when Islamist extremist Khalid Masood went on an 82-second rampage in Westminster on Wednesday.
Two men and a woman have been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder after a man was found with a stab wound in Booth Street in Handsworth, Birmingham this morning (Sunday).
The 36-year-old sustained a serious neck injury and was taken to hospital but is now in a stable condition. It is believed he was attacked inside a home address in nearby Watt Street.
The road has now re-opened after it was closed throughout the day for forensic examination by specialist officers.
Counter-terrorism police have been searching a home in Birmingham where friends of Westminster attacker Khalid Masood lived.Read the full story ›
Police say they're concerned for the welfare of a woman from Birmingham who has been missing since early yesterday morning.
34-year-old Roslyn Dainty was last seen outside the Jury's Inn on Broad Street.
She is described as being 5 ft 2 inches tall and of medium build with blue eyes and shoulder length reddish hair. She also has a number of tattoos. Anyone with information is being asked to contact the Locate Team at Acocks Green.