Staying dry for most, although some cloud will bubble up during the afternoon with one or two showers possible.Read the full story ›
A severely disabled baby at Northampton General Hospital should be allowed to die, a High Court judge has ruled.Read the full story ›
Thieves have used a 4x4 forklift to steal an ATM from a wall in Wellingborough, Northamptonshire.
It took place in the early hours of Saturday morning.
Response Sergeant, Darren Bishop, tweeted the following:
More images of the carnage left after the ATM theft in Wollaston over night. https://t.co/bRnZvmOXCy
Statistics have revealed that drowning is still the third most common cause of death in children in the UK.Read the full story ›
Showers dying out overnight, mainly dry with sunny intervals tomorrow.Read the full story ›
Former Notts county manager Sam Allardyce has been appointed as the new England manager on a two-year contract, the Football Association have confirmed.
The 61-year-old will leave his role as Sunderland boss in order to replace Roy Hodgson as the national team manager.
Sam Allardyce has been appointed as the new England manager on a two-year contract, the Football Association have confirmedRead the full story ›
The West Cross Shopping Centre on Oldbury Road in Smethwick has been evacuated as a precaution after the discovery of suspicious items at a flat this morning.
Roads within 100 metres of the shopping centre have also been cordoned off including Marriott Road, Malin Street, West End Avenue, part of Oldbury Road and Narel Sharpe Close.
Officers were called to the property above a shop at around 11.20am after concerns were raised by an ambulance crew who were tending to a patient at the address.
The Hazardous Area Response Team is carrying out an initial examination of the items.
The Army’s Explosive Ordnance Disposal Unit is also currently en route to the scene.
People in the area are advised to follow the instructions of police and other emergency services personnel at the scene and to evacuate only if asked to do so.
Force Incident Manager, Chief Inspector Sean Phillips, said:
I recognise the impact the evacuation will have on local people and I would like to apologise for any inconvenience caused.
The safety of the public is our primary concern and we’re working closely with our partners to minimise the effect on the community and thank everyone for their understanding and patience.
We hope to have the area returned to normality as soon as possible.
Patchy morning rain, afternoon scattered thundery showers, some sunny intervals.Read the full story ›