A video has emerged of three suspected migrants from Calais escaping from a lorry in Stourbridge in the Black Country.
The footage shows the men cutting a hole in the canvas of the vehicle before leaping out to take their first steps on British soil.
West Midlands Police say they were unaware of the incident which happened on Tuesday 250 miles from the French port.
Meanwhile a removal firm in Aldridge has described the moment they found 13 stowaways in one of their lorries. But when they reported it to the authorities - the company was fined thousands, Chris Halpin reports.
A man from Wolverhampton has been jailed for life with a minimum of 28 years for gunning down his mother-in-law in Pakistan.Read the full story ›
A man from Wolverhampton is facing jail for murdering his mother-in-law after being left by his wife
Tariq Rana travelled to Pakistan and shot dead his wife's mother at her house in Lahore two years ago.
The 31-year-old will be sentenced at the Old Bailey later.
A would-be jihadi bride had Skype chats with a young man from Birmingham as she helped him on his way to fight in Syria, a court heard.Read the full story ›
A Shropshire adventure centre has been able to rebuild the home of an elderly Nepalese couple, who lost everything in the Nepal earthquake.Read the full story ›
All this week we've been reporting on the measures being taken to tackle radicalisation. The Prime Minister said Muslim communities must not be allowed to exist in segregation if the country is to root out extremism.
Our reporter Rajiv Popat has been speaking to Muslims about multi-cultural Britain post 9/11 and 7/7.
Tonight, we hear their views on extremism, whether military action should be taken against militants in Syria and their hopes for the future.
Watch Rajiv Popat's full report here:
14-year-old Yaseen Caratela has written a blog for ITV News Central regarding the terrorism.Read the full story ›
Earlier this week, the Prime Minister was in the Midlands to announce the government's plans to tackle extremism. David Cameron also criticised those who "quietly condone" the extremist ideology of the so called Islamic State.
The vast majority of Muslims have strongly condemned those who kill in the name of Islam and Rajiv Popat has been speaking to Muslims of all ages to hear their views on multiculturalism, Britishness and how they've been portrayed in the media.
Watch his full report here:
In a series of special ITV News Central reports on tackling extremism, we look at how some online content is leading to radicalisation.Read the full story ›
William Baldet is a Prevent coordinator from Leicester. He has written a blog for ITV News Central on the role of the internet in ISIL.Read the full story ›