Gloucestershire Police are investigating the discovery of two dead peregrine falcons in the Wye Valley. The rare and protected birds were found dead on Offa's Dyke path near Devil's Pulpit.
Officers are appealing to walkers to come forward with information.
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I have decided to leave the Government & return to the backbenches. I’ll continue to loyally support HMG & @theresa_may as our new PM
The MP for Forest of Dean Mark Harper has announced he is leaving the government to return to the back-benches as part of new Prime Minister Theresa May's reshuffle.
Mr Harper served as Minister of State for Immigration and Minister of State for Disabled People under David Cameron before taking up the role of Chief Whip after the Conservatives won as majority at last year's election.