The protest that took place in Birmingham today by right-wing movement Pegida, passed off without major incident, with just a single arrest.Read the full story ›
West Midlands Police have warned that they will come down hard on anyone intent on causing trouble at a right-wing protest tomorrow.Read the full story ›
A statue of Gandhi has been defaced in Leicester's Belgrave, it comes as protests take place in London today to mark the 30th anniversary of the Amritsar Massacre by the Indian army, who attacked Sri Harmander Sahib - the Golden Temple.
BREAKING: Two further men charged with violent disorder following protest at University of Birmingham. Full details: http://t.co/H5122UH98H
West Midlands Police have charged two further men with violent disorder after a protest at the University of Birmingham on Wednesday.
It follows a charge against another man earlier today. Ten other people have been released on police bail following disorder which saw buildings on the Edgbaston campus damaged.
A 22-year-old man has been charged with violent disorder following the protests at the University of Birmingham on Wednesday.
Simon Furse, of Pershore Road, Edgbaston, is due to appear at Birmingham Magistrates Court this morning.
13 people were initially arrested following the protest, which turned violent when protesters clashed with Police and security, but five men and five women were released on bail last night.
Two more men remain in Police custody.
A group of mothers campaigning against the closure of children centres in Dudley say they will not be able to travel to ones further away because of the cost.
Dudley Borough Council plan to reduce the number of centres from 20 to 13 due to funding cuts, but say they are holding a period of consultation to see what can be done to save them.
Campaigners say the service is a lifeline for many mothers.
The TUC held a protest in Birmingham this morning against the blacklisting of construction workers who were illegally targeted for pushing for better health and safety on building sites.
The demonstration took place outside the offices of Sir Robert McAlpine on Paradise Street in Birmingham city centre before moving to Wolverhampton where it will continue later this morning.
Other TUC protests are taking place around the country today alongside the construction unions GMB, UCATT, and Unite who will lobby MPs to call for justice against blacklisting.
In 2009, it emerged that more than 40 construction industry employers in the UK had been using a list of more than 3000 building workers in order to keep activists out of work. These workers have never been told they have been blacklisted, nor paid any compensation.
The TUC are calling for an inquiry into the practices and say the aim of today's protests is to hold the industry account.
More than 60 members of the North Staffs Pensioners’ Convention are due to hold a demonstration protesting against large companies who they believe are not paying their fair share of tax.
The protests are to begin outside the Potteries Museum in Stoke-on-Trent before attendees make their way to the centre of Hanley.
Campaigners from across the country have been protesting in Birmingham over the Government's spare room subsidy, otherwise known as the bedroom tax.
It follows the death of a 53-year-old woman from Solihull, who neighbours believe killed herself because she was worried about how she would afford to pay for her spare rooms.
The Lord Mayor of Birmingham is lending his support to the campaign to save an historic army battalion from falling victim to defence cuts.
Councillor John Lines joined a delegation in Westminster today raising concerns about the proposal to disband the Second Battalion The Royal Regiment of Fusiliers.
The battalion has strong links to the City of Birmingham. Campaigners say they want the decision reversed.