Commuters in Nottingham will find out how much they'll be affected by a £100 million project to upgrade railway signals in the county.
Major disruption is expected throughout July and August when the redevelopment work is taking place.
New timetables are being published today which explain which services will have to change during the construction work, with some trains being cancelled altogether.
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Birmingham's child poverty rate is the second highest of the UK’s major cities. In Ladywood, Hockley, Aston and Nechells it's even higher.
Tory MP Nadine Dorries, who backed Brexit, claimed Ms Soubry had been in a bar before addressing the rally in Westminster.
A report is being released today, which includes a series of recommendations at reducing child poverty in Birmingham.