The manager of a cheese factory in Somerset - due to stop production next month - says he's still hoping a last minute buyer will step in.Read the full story ›
Morrisons say their new brand of cheese - with more money going to the farmers - will be available from the beginning of October.
"Milk for Farmer's cheese and milk lines", comes after meetings between Farmers for Action and the supermarket following blockades of their distribution centre in Bridgwater.
Morrison's say they're also looking into how they could develop a winter support fund for dairy farmers - another meeting on Friday will determine whether this is possible.
A hoarder, whose garden is overflowing with old windows, doors and stone ornaments, has vowed to continue his reclamation business, despite complaints from his neighbours.
71-year-old Michael Legg says he'll keep salvaging and selling the material from his home in Stoke-sub-Hamdon near Yeovil until "they carry me out in a box".
Neighbours say it's an unsightly mess and they've been trying to get something done about it for decades, with a number of petitions stretching back more than 20 years. They say they are worried about the potential effect it might have on the value of their homes if they wanted to sell.
Mr Legg has, in the past, been served with an enforcement notice and been ordered by the council to clear and restore his garden but that notice was quashed when he appealed against it.
"We are aware of the concerns of local residents and the Parish Council and we will continue to pursue this matter to ensure that this unsightly garden area is tidied up."
West Somerset's MP Ian Liddell-Grainger is meeting managers at a giant paper mill at Watchet this morning after it was announced all 176 jobs there could go.
The giant Wansbrough paper mill has been in operation for more than 250 years but new investment is needed and its owners are proposing shutting it down by the end of the year. The mill is the biggest employer in the town and its feared closure will have a devastating impact.
Hundreds of wellington boots, which were discarded at Glastonbury festival, have been donated to migrants in Calais.
More than 500 pairs of wellies were taken to migrants sleeping in the camp outside the French port after being sized and paired by a team of volunteers. They also distributed 2,000 unused rain ponchos and some first aid kits.
The project was the brain child of Liz Clegg who visited the migrant camp known as the Jungle. She worked closely with Association Salam, who helped hand out the recycled footwear.
The South West's controversial badger cull is to be extended to Dorset.
Several farmers had applied for a licence to kill the animals, which are thought to infect cattle with bovine TB.
The government says extending the cull is part of a long-term strategy to beat the disease - but protestors argue that existing culls in Somerset and Gloucestershire (which are to be repeated this year) are ineffective and fail to meet their targets.
“England has the highest incidence of TB in Europe and that is why we are taking strong action to deliver our 25-year strategy to eradicate the disease and protect the future of our dairy and beef industries.
“This includes strengthening cattle testing and movement controls, vaccinating badgers in the buffer zone around high-risk areas, and culling badgers where the disease is rife.
“Our approach of dealing with the disease in cattle and wildlife has worked overseas and is supported by leading vets.”
A wildlife charity which is strongly against the cull has recently awarded a grant to a badger vaccination programme in Dorset.
Earlier this week an animal welfare charity - founded by Queen guitarist Brian May - threatened legal action if the badger cull goes ahead for a third year.
Farmers are again protesting this evening outside the Morrisons Distribution Centre in Bridgwater.
It comes three days after they agreed to suspend action ahead of talks with the supermarket.
Farmers for Action this afternoon announced they were protesting over delays in negotiations over the price paid for milk used to make cheese.
Here's James Badman from Fathers for Action
Morrisons says the plan is still to introduce a new British Brand to help support farmers but the protesters aren't convinced.
You can watch footage from this evening's protest below: