Exhibitors from the South have joined hundreds of others at the country's biggest cycling show. More than 30 thousand people were expected to visit the Cycle Show in Birmingham over the weekend of the 22nd - 24th September 2017.
However it comes as the Government has announced it is considering the introduction of a new law for cyclists, which would be the equivalent of causing death by dangerous driving. Kevin Ashford reports.
Thousands of Labour party activists are in Brighton for the party conference. Jeremy Corbyn received a hero's welcome at a rally last night.Read the full story ›
Hundreds of guards at South Western Railway have begun voting in a strike ballot in protest at driver only operation.
The RMT says the new company has plans to change the role of its members.
The union say safety will be at risk.
SWR says it has no plans to cut staff but hasn't ruled out changes to working practices.
The ballot result is due later this month.
Liberal Democrats from the South East are in Bournemouth for their party conference. Their new leader Sir Vince Cable told us he's the man to inspire a Lib Dem fightback.
But there are divisions in his party. Our region's only Lib Dem MP says he won't support their key policy on Brexit. Political correspondent Phil Hornby reports.
Home Secretary Amber Rudd says she does not want Boris Johnson handling the Brexit process, accusing him of "backseat driving".Read the full story ›
Is Brexit on track, or is it going wrong? And public sector workers ... should they get the pay rise they're after? To debate this - and the leadership of their parties:
- Anneliese Dodds, Labour MP for Oxford East
- Layla Moran, Lib Dem MP for Oxford West & Abingdon
- Henry Bolton, the UKIP leadership candidate from Kent, and
- Bob Seely, the Isle of Wight's Conservative MP
NHS Providers has warned the health service could face its worst winter in recent history.Read the full story ›
Mrs May says she'll take the Conservatives into the next General Election as she tells ITV News "I'm in this for the long term".Read the full story ›
It is the final day for Hampshire residents to have their say on how budget cuts will affect the county's future.
The authority is expecting to face a £140 million gap in its budget due to national austerity measures.
The public can comment on potential changes to services, ways to generate income and increases to council tax.
The county has already seen a £340 million cut in spending over the last nine years.