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Farmers focus on Brexit at this years Malvern show

Farmers have urged the Government to keep their interests at heart, when negotiations begin on Monday over Brexit.

They aired their views at the Three Counties Show near Malvern when Michael Gove made his first appearance as environment secretary.

Some said they were anxious about whether they'd still be able to export to Europe.

Others said they were very optimistic about the future outside of the EU.

  • Keith Wilkinson was at the show today and sent this video report

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Car ends up 50ft down Malvern hillside

The car ended up more than 50ft down the hill Credit: West Midlands Ambulance Service

A woman, whose car went off the road and ended up more than 50ft down a hillside, has 'miraculously' escaped serious injury.

West Midlands Ambulance Service was called to the B4232 Jubilee Driver in Upper Colwall, Malvern, yesterday morning.

Emergency services were called at around 8am Credit: West Midlands Ambulance Service

A West Midlands Ambulance Service spokeswoman said:

The driver, a woman, managed to self-extricate from the car through the sunroof with help from the fire service.

The woman was given a full assessment by ambulance staff and, other than some pain in her side, found she had escaped serious injury.

– West Midlands Ambulance Service spokeswoman

Police in Malvern given body-worn video cameras

A body-worn video camera Credit: PA

46 police officers in Malvern in Worcestershire have been given body-worn video cameras.

It is part of a £1 million investment by West Mercia Police.

The force plans to roll the technology out to all of its frontline officers and staff by the end of the year.

Video captures events in a way that cannot be represented in written statements: footage helps to show the real impact a crime can have on victims.

It provides us with high quality evidence to share with colleagues and our partners to give us the best chance to secure a conviction in court.

– Chief Constable for West Mercia Police, Anthony Bangham
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