A Midlands council has decided to take drastic action against litter bugs - they're simply going to stop the clean-up operation for two days in November in order to make a point.
Derby City council says enough is enough. Each year it costs taxpayers one billion pounds to keep the streets of Britain clean - but with increasingly tight budgets the council says money is being wasted.
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It may be Shrove Tuesday, and spring is on the way, but it actually snowed this morning in parts of Staffordshire.
The two sons of Scott Chalkley, who lost his life in the Tunisia attack, said he was ready to start a new life with his partner Sue Davey.
Chilly and unsettled with some sunny spells.