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Vote in today's poll: Should TV adverts for junk food be banned before the 9pm watershed?

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WATCH: A renovation project at a historic walled garden has unearthed some hidden gems, including doorways dating to the 18th century.

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An asteroid half a kilometre wide is to 'narrowly' miss Earth, and will be the nearest flyby of a space rock 2027.

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A cyclist suffered multiple injuries after being hit by a car in Wolverhampton today.

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LIVE - Ed Miliband hosts Staffordshire people's question time

What would you like to ask the Labour leader?

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A car overturned and ended up on its roof along a road in Staffordshire yesterday.

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More information here on Leo Barnes, the man accused of murdering Halesowen pensioner Cynthia Beamond. Barnes was found hanging in his cell. The Ministry of Justice have confirmed he was on suicide watch.

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BREAKING NEWS: The MOJ has confirmed that the man accused of murdering Halesowen pensioner Cynthia Beamond who was found dead in his cell was on suicide watch.

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“Illegal working cheats the treasury of vital funds, undercuts honest employers and often exploits some of society’s most vulnerable people."

Immigration officers have swooped on a pub and restaurant in Great Barr to arrest five men accused of overstaying their visas.

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Markets steady despite Greek poll

The FTSE 100 Index was just 22.1 points lower at 6810.9

Fears of a fresh crisis in the eurozone following Greece's convincing vote in favour of left-wing party Syriza failed to rattle the region's markets today.

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