One lane closed, very slow traffic and delays due to accident on M6 Southbound after J3 A444 / B4113 (Nuneaton / Bedworth / Coventry), congestion to J4 M42 / A446 (Coleshill).
Police have released CCTV footage of a group of men after a woman's hair was set alight in a Nuneaton nightclub.
The victim - a 31-year-old woman from Bedworth - was in Fever nightclub on Newdgate Street on Saturday 2nd May at around 11:30pm when a man she did not know set fire to her hair. He then left the nightclub through the back door.
The victim suffered minor injuries from the assault.
The suspect is a white man and at the time of the incident, he was wearing a white shirt with dark jeans.
"This is a seemingly senseless, unprovoked attack which could have resulted in serious injuries.
"Thankfully, the victim was not seriously injured though the incident has been very distressing for her.
"We are very keen to hear from the three men pictured in the CCTV and urge them, or anyone who knows them, to get in contact as soon as possible."
David Cameron is speaking at an event in Nuneaton on the final weekend of campaigning ahead of Thursday's general election.
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The note read: "Dear Chief Secretary, I'm afraid that there is no money. Kind regards and good luck."
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One lane closed and slow traffic due to accident on M6 Southbound between J3A M6 Toll and J3 A444 / B4113 (Nuneaton / Bedworth / Coventry), congestion on M6 to J4 M42 / A446 (Coleshill).
The boss of a parcel firm in Nuneaton which has bought some of the assets of the Coventry based company City Link, that collapsed at Christmas, says he wants to take on as many of its employees as he can.
Petar Cvetkovic, the chief executive of DX Group, says he has already contacted 800 of them through social media.
Meanwhile another parcel firm, APC, today began interviewing other City Link employees who lost their jobs. Mark Gough reports.
A woman whose mother died from a brain tumour has gone to Westminster to try to persuade MPs to allocate more money for research into the condition.
Breast cancer and leukaemia get around £30m a year from the government, but brain cancer gets only £3m - despite it being the biggest cancer killer for children and adults under 40.
Clare Davis from Nuneaton is trying to convince MPs that brain tumour research should get the same amount of money as other cancers.