A coroner has begun summing up in the case of a one year old girl who died at Birmingham Children's Hospital in 2009.
A lawyer acting for the UK Government has told judges that "there is no right to compensation" because someone has been acquitted.
The history of King Richard III will be remembered today, as part of a medieval battle re-enactment, hosted by the University of Leicester.
Police are continuing to search for evidence into the death of a man in Coventry.
An area of grassland off Upper Spon Street has been cordoned off after a person discovered the body around 5am this morning on grass outside Spon Gate House flats.
The death of the man, who has yet been identified, is being treated as murder.
A post mortem will take place in due course to establish the cause of death.
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Police in Wolverhampton want to speak to anyone who saw an assault in the city centre in the early hours of yesterday.
A 20-year-old man was punched to the ground and suffered serious head injuries outside Caspian Kebab House at 4am.
Officers believe the assault is connected to an earlier incident outside Manders Bar in North Street a short time before.
– Detective Superintendent Barbara Dale, West Midlands Police
"Police enquiries are ongoing into this attack, which appears to be unprovoked. It has led to a young man suffering life threatening injuries and we urge anyone with information or who knows the offenders to contact us."
Headteachers have declared they have no confidence in the Government's education policies at the NAHT union conference in Birmingham.
Kenny Frederick, a headteacher and member of the NAHT executive, has accused the Education Secretary Michael Gove of wanting to "bring us back to 1950s".
Speaking on the BBC's Radio 5 Live, she said that Mr Gove has not listened to teachers and that his plan was destined to "fall flat on its face".
Mr Gove is expected to receive an angry reception when he speaks at the NAHT conference in Birmingham this afternoon.
Schools are losing their sense of humour under piles of data and spreadsheets as headteachers are forced to "wrestle with an octopus" of government initiatives and reforms, a union leader will warn today.
Heads are becoming tired of constant change to the education system, and believe it is being dismantled before their eyes, according to Bernadette Hunter, president of the National Association of Head Teachers (NAHT).
In a strongly-worded attack, Ms Hunter will say she believes that Education Secretary Michael Gove is not a champion of education, and liken the minister to a "fanatical personal trainer" urging headteachers to go "faster, faster, higher and higher".
With just over an hour to go Northampton Town fans have been arriving at Wembley ahead of their League Two play-off final clash with Bradford City.
If the Cobblers win it'll complete a remarkable turnaround for the club who have come close to dropping out of the league in recent seasons.
But since Aidy Boothroyd took over as manager the club has been on an upward curve which could finish in the best way possible this afternoon.
The match kicks off at one thirty