The families of a couple who were killed by a disqualified motorist in South Gloucestershire have been invited to meet the Prime Minister.
Ross and Clare Simons died in January 2013 when Nicholas Lovell knocked them off their tandem in Hanham. He was jailed for 10 and a half years. Their families are campaigning for people to serve a separate sentence for each life taken.
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Early autumn can be a topsy-turvy time for weather.
Nearly 70 incidents were reported in the UK last year with birds being shot, poisoned or trapped.
Alex Beresford has the weather forecast for Cornwall, Devon and the rest of the South West