Voters have until 11.59pm on Monday 22 May to vote in the General Election. Here is how to make sure you don't miss out.Read the full story ›
Parents, pupils and teachers marched through Totnes to oppose funding cuts they say will hit schools hard.Read the full story ›
An agreement has been reached on who should run Cornwall Council. The Independent and Liberal Democrat groups have decided this afternoon that they will seek to form a joint administration. This will be put to the Annual Meeting of the Full Council on Tuesday.
It comes after talks between Conservative and independents councillors broke down. Despite having the most councillors elected, the Conservatives did not gain overall control of the local authority following the local elections earlier this month.
It is expected that the council will also elect a leader during Tuesday's meeting.
From care to our coasts the Conservative manifesto has policies that could impact residents across the West Country.Read the full story ›
Boris Johnson was in Yate today, visiting a start-up bakery business and creating his own confections as he joined staff in the kitchen.
On the Johnson menu - a dismissal of both the Liberal Democrat's plan for a second referendum and their electoral challenge in the region. He also cooked up his own new election battle cry, strong and stable has now been replaced by solid and sensible.
The Thornbury and Yate constituency in South Gloucestershire could be keenly contested on 8 June as the Conservatives took it, narrowly, from the Liberal Democrats in 2015.