A doctor from Shropshire who travelled back from Sierra Leone with a nurse who has been diagnosed with Ebola, has described the quarantine system as bizarre.
Dr Martin Deahl from Newport sat next to the nurse Pauline Cafferkey on the flight into Heathrow on Sunday. She's since been confirmed with the illness.
They'd been among thirty medics sent out to West Africa to help with the Ebola epidemic.
Today Dr Deahl told ITV news he thought it was illogical that he and the other volunteers were told they could take public transport home from the airport but then should avoid it for the next three weeks.
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A5191 Roman Road is closed due to flooding at A5112 Hereford Road / B4380 Oteley Road / Moneybrook Way (Meole Brace Island).
The A4113 in Bromfield, Shropshire is closed in both directions closed because of accident involving a lorry between the A49 (Bromfield) and B4385 (Leintwardine).
The body of a newborn baby boy has been found at a house in Shropshire.
Police discovered the child on November 30. His mother has been identified and she is receiving medical care and attention.
"This is a tragic set of circumstances and our priority at this stage is to ensure the medical needs of the mother are being met."
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An ambulance has been involved in an accident with a car in Shawbury, Shropshire.
Paramedics inside the ambulance were transferring a patient, who was in a serious condition, between two hospitals when the crash happened on Shrewsbury Road this afternoon.
The ambulance had its sirens and blue lights on.
The two ambulance staff and car driver were unhurt.
The Trust will co-operate fully with the police investigation into the circumstances of the incident to find out exactly what happened.
The Wrekin MP Mark Pritchard voluntarily presented himself at Holborn Police Station on Tuesday evening to be questioned on an allegation of rape.
The Tory backbencher was arrested and released on police bail four hours later.
"We can confirm that a 48-year-old man voluntarily attended a north London police station on Tuesday, December 2 where he was arrested, following an allegation of rape in central London.
"He has been bailed to a date in early January 2015 pending further inquiries."
"I write to inform you that on December 2 Mark Pritchard MP was arrested at 6.14pm at Holborn Police Station in London by Metropolitan Police Service officers.
"Mr Pritchard was questioned by police and released on police bail later the same evening at 10.16pm."