The world's first black professional footballer is to be memorialised as a statue at England’s St George’s Park base in Staffordshire.
Former Aston Villa chairman has told ITV News Central Carson Yeung was interested in buying the club.
Sikhs from Leicester have attended a mass rally outside Downing Street today, along with 500 to 600 others from around the UK.
Ministers from across government have pushed through tough new measures to stop the practice of female genital mutilation (FGM), making it mandatory for all NHS hospitals to provide information on patients who have undergone FGM.
From April this year NHS hospitals will be required to record:
1 If a patient has had FGM
2 If there is a family history of FGM
3 If an FGM-related procedure has been carried out on a women - (deinfibulation)
By September this year, all acute hospitals must report this data centrally to the Department of Health on a monthly basis.
"In order to combat it and ensure we can care properly for the girls and women who have undergone mutilation we need to build a more accurate nationwide picture of the challenge. This is the first step towards doing that," said Public Health Minister, Jane Ellison.
A couple from Northampton will appeal against their extradition to America at the High Court in London today.
Paul and Sandra Dunham are accused of claiming expenses worth more than $1 million while working for an electronics firm in the US.
They claim all of their expenses were properly accounted for.
Four men have appeared in court charged with robbing a woman and intention to cause grievous bodily harm resulting in the death of her husband while they were on holiday in St. Lucia.
Roger Pratt, 62 and from Warwickshire, was killed as three armed men climbed aboard their yacht moored off the coast of St Lucia in January.
His wife Margaret Pratt was injured in the attack but has been released from hospital.
The men will appear in court on 11th April for a sufficiency hearing - that is to determine whether there is sufficient evidence to commit them to trial.
MP for West Bromwich says he's constituents deserve clarity on the Golden Temple siege in Amritsar 30 years ago. He says he's demanding a statement in the House of Commons.
The story is creeping out the Indian news media have recently done a story to say the forces planned a kidnap and extraction raid at a hostel. My constituents deserve more than that now that the cat is out of the bag and I'm demanding a statement in the House of Commons on Monday morning.
Tom Watson - the Labour MP for West Bromwich - has called on the government to make an 'urgent statement' about new claims of British Government involvement in a attack on Sikhs in India 30 years ago.
It comes after an Indian TV station suggested that SAS officers trained Indian forces before the Golden Temple siege in Amritsar.
The Prime Minister has said he is investigating but Tom Watson wants the government to address the House of Commons immediately.
50 new jobs will be created at Birmingham Airport after Flybe announced seven new routes.
Three additional aircraft will be moved to Birmingham Airport to enable the changes.
The new routes include flights to:
- Palma de Mallorca
The company will now have thirteen aircraft based in Birmingham.
Metropolitan Police officers have today visited the Portuguese city of Faro to discuss the Madeleine McCann case with police there, ITV News understands.