UKIP leader Nigel Farage is in Cornwall this morning
He will be in Camborne where he'll set out the party's vision for the NHS and life after a possible EU exit.
The party is targeting a number of seats in the South West.
Police in Dorset are warning people not to be taken in by phone scammers.
They say a new wave of calls is targeting vulnerable people in the west of the county.
Thousands of pounds have been taken from victims.
A climber has been rescued from Berry Head cliffs in Devon after getting into difficulty earlier this evening.
A man was climbing without any ropes and became stuck on a cliff ledge.
Specialist line equipment was needed to rescue the man. He had no injuries and was trapped for under one hour.
A convicted West Country killer who went on the run in Australia for 15 years is back behind bars.
Robert Hennessey, 50, was jailed in 1978 for repeatedly stabbing his elderly aunt in Plymouth when he was 14 years old.
Hennessey disappeared after walking out of Leyhill prison, in South Gloucestershire in 1998. Officers finally tracked the 50 year old down in Australia and he has now pleaded guilty to evading lawful custody.
He has been jailed for 16 months.
Cornwall Council has welcomed today's pledge from Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg that he will ensure that the Government will continue to provide financial support for the Cornish Language Partnership.
The Government had previously said that it would not fund the Cornish Language beyond the current programme which ends on 31 March 2015.
Detectives are investigating whether money defrauded from pensioners in Cornwall by bogus police officers has been used to fund British extremists travelling to Syria.
Devon and Cornwall Police passed the information to national agencies who were then able to trace the money.
Three people have been arrested in London in connection with the £130,000 stolen through the phone scam.