Nottingham's cancer mortality rates are around 20 per cent higher than the English average.
Smoking related deaths are around 30 per cent higher, and lung cancer 40 per cent. Cancer Research UK are starting a new marketing campaign in the city, aimed at spotting cancer early, encouraging people to visit their GP sooner with any concerns.
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The family of Alfie Dingley, from Warwickshire, have been campaigning to use cannabis oil for months to help prevent his seizures.
Lorries could be charged up to £100 to enter the city centre, and highly polluting private cars £10.
The special dish was created to mark 50 years since work began on Gravelly Hill Interchange.