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WATCH: Ed Miliband answers your questions

Our presenter Kylie Pentelow has been traveling around the West asking you to record your very own Election Selfies.

You've been sending in your questions and comments for the country's leaders in the run up to the election.

Now we've put your questions to the Labour Leader Ed Miliband.

Have a look at how he got on below, and if you want to record an Election Selfie of your own please send the short video to itvwestcountryelection@itv.com.

Second arrest made over Gloucester assault

A second man has been arrested in connection with a serious assault in King's Walk in Gloucester on 10 January.

A man was punched in the face and fell to the ground, losing consciousness. He had serious facial injuries and a head wound.

A 28-year-old man from Stroud is now in custody following his arrest on suspicion of assault.

Earlier Gloucestershire Police arrested a 25-year-old man, also from Stroud, on suspicion of assault.

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Police: accident will have affected 'many people' at Christmas

The Christmas Eve accident on the M5 near Stroud involved six vehicles travelling northbound. At least two vehicles on the southbound carriageway hit debris from the initial accident.

A 38 year-old woman driving a Citroen Berlingo van was seriously hurt. The woman from Ross-on-Wye was taken to Southmead Hospital in Bristol for emergency surgery. She is said to be in a 'very serious and critical' condition.

Other people with minor injuries were treated at the scene. The motorway was finally reopened at 3am on Christmas morning - eight hours after the crash.

Police investigators are appealing for information from anyone at the scene, including drivers who may have dashboard cameras.

"To attend an incident such as this at any time of year is incredibly sad and traumatic. It will undoubtedly have affected many people who travelled on the M5 and particularly those who were involved in it and saw it happen."

– PC Billy Jenkins, Gloucestershire Police

Woman undergoes emergency surgery after M5 crash

A woman has undergone emergency surgery after a Christmas Eve pile-up in Gloucestershire that closed part of the M5 for eight hours.

The crash involving five cars and a van happened on the northbound carriageway between Jct 13 Stroud and Jct 12 Quedgeley at around 7pm.

The woman, who is 38 and from Ross-on-Wye, was taken to Southmead Hospital in Bristol. Two other people were hurt.

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