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Wolves 1 Brighton 1 - Report and pictures

Soccer - Sky Bet Championship - Wolverhampton Wanderers v Brighton

Danny Batth’s late leveller stopped Wolves being left to rue ‘referee justice’ for the second home game running as they salvaged a point against 10-man Brighton.

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ItsPeteNuts

Don't think of it as being an insult. You said something idiotic, my calling you an idiot on its account was merely a statement of immutable fact. We must all accept ourselves for what we are, FW, so ...

TiburonWulf

On paper, Wolves should have easily beaten an 11-man Brighton .. it is somewhat ridiculous they could only manage a draw against a 10-man Brighton.

Hause and Iorfa are clear quality .. in about 5 y...

The Flying Winger

I guess that is because there are a few of our posters already there

QPR 3 West Brom 2 - Report and pictures

SOCCER : Barclays Premier League - Queens Park Rangers v West Bromwich Albion

West Brom threw away a 2-0 lead as Charlie Austin’s hat-trick condemned Alan Irvine’s men to a painful defeat against Queens Park Rangers at Loftus Road.

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wolfo

who else is going to come in and take over a sinking ship? your in trouble if you cant beat the team around you, especially an ex championship club.

ben foster was rubbish for england never rated ...

Wba88

Gamboa???

Cornish Baggie

Bath Baggie.

Yes ,what a great day, early March 1967 ,,,,,, I remember it well .2 0 up half time ,,, downhill from then on ,,, story of my life it seems,,, oh yes , I got married the same day ,,,,,...

Video: Captain and boss on Wolves draw

Soccer - Sky Bet Championship - Wolverhampton Wanderers v Brighton & Hove Albion

Wolves boss Kenny Jackett felt both sides had reasons to be aggrieved with the officials after Danny Batth salvaged a late point against struggling Brighton.

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Chillo Wolf

Look at the keeper, he pulls out. Look at Dicko, he seems to fall over as if waiting for a collision that isn't there.

Top decision by the lino - credit where credit is due.

3 Points Saturday

You have mates from other clubs sending you similar texts, Paul?

Multi-million deal to buy Wolverhampton's Angel Springs

Chris Routledge, finance director; Kevin Matthews, operations director, John Murphy, commercial director, and John Dundon, managing director, at the new Angel Springs headquarters in Bushbury

Ownership of a water cooler company based in Wolverhampton has changed hands in a multi-million pound deal, it has been revealed.

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'Poorest areas hit' by £139m funding blow for Midland councils

Wolverhampton City Council's HQ

Councils are to be stripped of a further £139 million of funding over the next year as another round of government cuts bite.

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bilstonbiker

does anyone remember brown giving pensioners a 34p rise

4winds

I think you would also need to make lots of superfluous posts in the private sector.

I remember an economist on TV saying that

'the economy will not get strong again until we can persuade people ...

4winds

I agree that reducing councilors makes sense. The problem for the 1 councillor per ward is that it would mean

making it a fulltime job. Thiswould mean the councilors expenses per ward would stay the...

Gold-front mosque gets the green light

Artist impression of the planned Masjid and Bangladeshi Islamic Centre in Smethwick

A golden fronted mosque will be built providing a grand structure at the entrance to a £42 million regeneration project.

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Crell

Smethwick as a whole has seen a "disproportionate*" increase in population, in particular Soho and Victoria ward. I contest, instead of building, instead of destroying, why aren't we discussing the re...

mark.ohare2

I would like to know if this is being build for the whole community to use or just people from the Islamic faith .

Shewolf

Given that Sandwell Council is a frothing at the mouth Labour council, it would be interesting to see the contents of these letters.

It's not racist to object to the impact of Islam on the area- but ...

IN PICTURES: Union J visit Morrisons in Willenhall

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Hundreds of fans queued all day in Willenhall to get a few seconds with their favourite boy band, Union J.

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HowDareYou

Who?? I can honestly say I have never heard of them.

Why thinking local in the choice of MP is more important than ever

David Cameron's Christmas card

The picture of David Cameron flanked by the Chelsea Pensioners on the front of his greeting card was not exactly something that screamed 'It's Christmas', Noddy Holder style.

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Daniel Wainwright

No Eddie. That's not what I'm saying. The 'local' aspect is a reference to the need to think about who is representing your constituency rather than who is going to run the country. Where the candidat...

Eddie S

So from your article, I take it you'll be demanding Pat McFadden resigns his Wolverhampton SE seat so a local can stand instead & that he ( McFadden) shufties off back over Hadrian's wall & ta...

Acid attack victim hopes to leave Black Country to escape memories of horrific assault

From left to right: DC Jason Moseley, acid attack victim Vikki Horsman, and DS Indi Basra, outside Wolverhampton Crown Court following the trial

A young woman left scarred by an acid attack wants to begin a fresh start away from the Black Country in a bid to escape memories of the horrific assault.

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HowDareYou

Why see someone who's 80? Perhaps I'm being cynical here but I wonder if he had a lot of money.

Benidorm Bill

The report says she started seeing him when she was 14 and later began a sexual relationship, would this be before she was 16 ! if so ! shouldn't he be charged with having sex with under aged person !...

suziwong

I do'nt understand why she was seeing someone 80!!!!having said that the 3 of them deserve the sentences they were given and I hope the victim can get over this terrible thing.

Shop staff shine as the real saints at Christmas

The Bullring is certain to be busy again this Christmas

I dedicate my column this week to those that work in retail. The people that spend time cleaning up smashed jars of pickled onions in the aisle at Tesco. Those who organise the mish-mash of bargain clothes on the never-ending sale racks in New Look.

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chrissy h

Not forgetting the cleaning staff/janitor in the shop or supermarket who get several call outs via tannoy every shift "could the janitor please report to aisle three", to find a bottle of wine, jar of...