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"It's getting bigger, it's getting richer and as a result of that it's getting more dangerous." Peaky Blinders series two is shaping up to be must-see TV.

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Just in - Stourbridge MP Margot James as written to the Government expressing her concern over the situation in Gaza.

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Dramatic pictures coming in from Yorkshire, where fire has broken out at a major power station.

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Breaking News: West Midlands Police have been given more time to question a Bilston man, 40, after a teenager was slashed in the Wulfrun Centre.

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Money lost by British motorists in car value depreciation ranged from around £4,000 to nearly £200,000 over the past three years, according to newly revealed figures.


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Broadband customers 'held captive'

Broadband users are being charged huge cancellation fees when they try to switch provider, Citizens Advice says

Broadband customers are being "punished" with average cancellation fees of £190 to escape unsuitable or sub-standard contracts, a consumer group has claimed.

Scottish pensioners 'worse off'

The Scottish Government has pledged a guaranteed pension of £160 a week

Thousands of hard-saving Scottish pensioners are worse off since the Tory-led government started cutting benefits, according to the SNP.

50p rate 'targets heavy drinkers'

The introduction of a 50p minimum unit price on alcohol would target heavy drinkers and have little impact on low-risk ones, experts said

Only patients with liver problems who are the heaviest drinkers would be affected by a minimum price for alcohol, experts have said.


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