In two days time, voters in 10 Midlands counties will decide who they want to run local services like schools and roads. Last week on ITV News Central, we focused on the Labour and Conservative campaigns. Tonight, we looked at the Liberal Democrats.
The Lib Dems have underperformed in the Midlands in recent years and many are predicting they will suffer a further setback in Thursday's elections. But the party remains upbeat.
Our Correspondent Gareth Owen has joined one of only two Lib Dem MPs in the region as they joined the campaign to Warwickshire.
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