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- Redditch man jailed for spitting at police officer
- Council asks Worcestershire family to cover coronavirus rainbow door frame
- Tributes to Mike Penhalagan after American footballer's death
- Grange prison conditions 'deteriorated after closure news'
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- Stars back plea to support UK live music industry
- Councils 'need culture change' to boost diversity, campaigner says
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- Luke Woolfenden: Ipswich Town centre-back signs new four-year deal
- Coronavirus has 'wasted my entire body' says ex-Papworth patient
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- Coronavirus: South west roads 'very busy' as lockdown eased
- Bath pub manager 'worried' about large party bookings
- South Somerset Council: Battery bank generates cash for frontline services
- Coronavirus: Is it the right time for pubs to reopen?
- Weston-super-Mare stabbing: Family tribute to 'gentle' man
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- Coronavirus UK map: How many confirmed cases are there in your area?
- EFL play-offs: League One teams prepare to return for final promotion spot
- Anthony Joyce death: Second arrest in Oxford murder probe
- Plan to turn Oxford's department store Boswells into hotel
- PC Andrew Harper murder trial: Jurors visit death scene
- Oxford murder accused appears in court
- Oxford University will interview prospective candidates online
- Oxford travellers' site death: Man charged with murder
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- Friends embrace 'Super Saturday' as pubs and bars reopen
- Coronavirus: How will London's economy look after lockdown?
- Coronavirus: Pubs and hairdressers 'excited to be open'
- Islington shooting: Man in 20s shot dead
- Coronavirus: Pubs, restaurants and hairdressers reopen in England
- Fulham v Birmingham City
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- What does ‘one metre plus’ mean?
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Stephen Bridgman died after an operation to remove a benign brain tumour in 2016.
Guy Turner spat at a police officer while being arrested for breaching a court order.
The colours have a "substantial" impact and should be changed, says Wyre Forest District Council.
A mother pays tribute to her son after he took his own life during the coronavirus pandemic.
The chief inspector of prisons said the Grange had the worst conditions of any open jail he had seen.
Staff at City Hospital in Birmingham recall the 100 days since lockdown began.
Former Worcestershire all-rounder Alex Hepburn was jailed for five years in 2019.
A look back at the height of lockdown when England's cities and tourist spots stood empty.
Robyn, 17, reflects on 100 days of coronavirus lockdown as a mum to one-year-old Skyla.
How one man became a fundraising hero and helped lift the lockdown blues.
Junior doctor Molly Dineen has kept a video diary after graduating early to help fight Covid-19.
Transplant patients and some with rare lung diseases were initially missed off the shielding list.
Some dog owners lent their pets to vulnerable people for company in lockdown - so has it helped?
Staff from an Isle of Wight care home slept in tents to protect its vulnerable residents.
Here are some of the ways local Facebook groups linked people in need with those who wanted to help.
Finley Hill underwent a stem cell transplant after the diagnosis of a rare immune system disorder.
What's lockdown been like for personal trainer, a student, a rapper and a semi-pro footballer?
Edward Mark Williams was shot and injured by police who were found to have acted proportionately.
Timetable changes include additional peak services between Worcester and Birmingham New Street.
Met Police figures show a rise of 71% in those breaking the limit on London's roads in April.