The former chief of sports car company, Morgan, has vowed to fight his removal from the board of the company his Grandfather founded.
A man who was saved by the Midlands Air Ambulance when his helicopter crashed, has opened an education centre in Worcestershire.
Clare Lines from Worcestershire has returned from the World Winter Games in South Korea a double bronze medallist.
Chief Superintendent, Martin Evans, has said that police had no option but to close the M42, due to 'significant risk' to motorists.
Police have apologised to motorists and thanked them for their patience after the M42 was closed for nearly 27 hours this weekend.
They have also reassured people that the only way to resolve the situation was through 'careful negotiation and patience'.
We would like to apologise to all motorists and local people who experienced significant disruption as a result of this incident.
We would also like to thank members of the public and the local community for their continued patience, understanding and compassion.
The threat of harm to both the individual concerned and to vehicles driving on the M42 was so significant, there was no alternative but to close the motorway and for it to remain closed until the incident had run its course.
– Chief Superintendent Martin Evans, West Mercia Police
We strive to resolve such matters as quickly as possible, but our number one priority is to put the safety of everyone concerned first and to protect life, even if it does take many hours.
There are many who will be asking why we could not bring this to a conclusion more quickly and they will be wondering what methods we have at our disposal. I would like to reassure them, the only realistic way of resolving this was through a great deal of careful negotiation and patience.
The man who was threatening to harm himself on the A38 bridge over the M42 carriageway was safely detained under the Mental Health Act, and is now in hospital receiving treatment.
The M42 is now open after a 26 hour closure.
Police had closed the road due to a man threatening to harm himself on a bridge over the carriageway. The man has been detained safely.
Other roads in the area that had been closed are also now open.
Police have confirmed the M42 motorway is to reopen in the next hour, following a 26 hour closure. Police say the man threatening to harm himself on a bridge has been safely detained.
The M42 has now been closed for more than 24 hours while Police deal with a suicide threat on a bridge crossing the motorway.
The motorway is closed between the M5 and junction one at Bromsgrove. The A38 Birmingham Road is also closed in the area.
The Assistant Chief Constable involved in the ongoing incident on the M42 has slammed insensitive comments made on Twitter about the man who is threatening to jump from a motorway bridge.
Acknowledge inconvenience & frustrations #M42 closure. The intolerant,hateful & 'don't you know what you're doing' brigade should be ashamed
On #M42 my commitment to engagement & dialogue doesn't extend to the ignorant, intolerant & I know better brigade Don't hold out for reply
Police said they had no choice but to keep part of the M42 closed as they negotiate with a man threatening to jump off a motorway bridge.
– Supt Kevin Purcell, of West Mercia Police
I would like to apologise to all motorists and local people who have experienced significant disruption as a result of this incident.
Clearly, we strive to resolve such matters as quickly as possible, but I would like to make it clear that the threat of harm both to the individual concerned and to vehicles driving on the M42 is so significant that there was no alternative but to close the motorway, and for it to remain closed until the incident has run its course.
The M42 motorway and the A38 have been closed for more than twenty hours due to a police incident.
Officers say a man threatening to harm himself is still on a bridge over the motorway.
The M42 is closed between the M5 and junction 1 at Bromsgrove.
The A38 Birmingham Road is closed northbound between Bromsgrove and the M42, and southbound between Catshill and the M42.
A man is being guarded by police in hospital after being shot in the foot at his own home in what officers believe was a targeted attack.
Police patrols have been stepped up after the shooting.
The man, who was in his 40s, was at his home in Lee Road, Hollywood, Bromsgrove, at around 10.45pm yesterday evening when someone shot at the house from outside, hitting his foot.
One man has been arrested and is being questioned in connection with the investigation.
Supt Kevin Purcell, North Worcestershire commander, urged anyone who was in the area and who may have information to come forward.
We are appealing for witnesses to come forward and will be increasing police patrols in the area to provide reassurance to local people.
We believe this was a targeted but isolated incident at the property in Lee Road.
The injured man does not have life threatening injuries. However this incident could have been much more serious and we need to find out exactly what happened.
He said a Vauxhall Insignia was found burned out in Shirley in the Peterbrook Road area, which is believed to be linked to the shooting.
Two men have been found guilty of breaking a "ruthless and resourceful criminal" out of custody after prison staff took short-cuts with security.
John Anslow, an alleged murderer, was being taken to court in Stafford in January 2012 when he was freed from his secure van.
The court heard the two men who helped him were wearing balaclavas and had sledgehammers and a shotgun.
Anslow, 33, who has admitted conspiring to escape from custody, had moments earlier left HMP Hewell near Redditch in Worcestershire.
Stuart Reid, 52, from Coventry, and Robert Riddell, 41, from Birmingham, have been convicted by a jury.