The Chief Executives of the region's biggest hospital trusts say they're against government plans to impose a new contract on junior doctors. But the heads of the Royal United in Bath and University Hospitals Bristol agree that the new contract offered is 'reasonable.' Their names appeared on a controversial letter used by the health secretary to justify his decision to impose new terms on the doctors.
Both trusts have issued the following statements:
Bristol Rugby have beaten Ealing in the Championship in a decisive Friday night win.
Andy Robinson's side scored nine tries in a 63-10 win at Ashton Gate. Ollie Robinson and Ben Mosses both crossed the line twice.
Coach Sean Holley complimented the team on an 'outstanding' performance.
The news is less good for netball fans, as Team Bath suffered their first defeat of the new Super League season, losing 62-37 at home to Manchester Thunder.
The environment secretary Liz Truss has been in the region today sampling local produce.
She was asked in parliament by Gloucester's MP Richard Graham if she would care to visit the area and sample some Gloucester Old Spot sausage.
Today she was at Gloucester services which sells locally produced food, including the famous banger.
When asked, "what do you think of the Gloucester old spot sausage?" she replied: "It's very nice, thank-you."
Handsome gelding who can be a little timid looking for life-long owner to love and take care of him.
Although shy, once he finds the right person will be a friend for life.
Looking for a home as a non-ridden companion and will be best suited to experienced rehomer who can continue his education.
Looking for love since September 2015, when he came to charity as part of a group of 11 ponies, all unhandled and in need of care.
- Height: 12hh
- Age: Seven
- Location: Glenda Spooner Farm Rescue and Rehoming Centre, Somerton