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  The officer had been travelling with Dominic Raab on a visit to the US.
  Fans made their long-awaited return to darts.
  LA had been slow starters in their previous two series, but not this time.
  The Met Office forecasts a weekend of ‘largely dry, bright and fine’ weather.
  Crystal Palace made a late bid to hijack Albion’s move for Branislav Ivanovic, the Express & Star understands.
  The clear message from Wolves’ summer transfer activity is that the management is looking to develop the team beyond the parameters that have characterised their stay in the ...
  What a start to the week it was for Wolves, with Nuno Espirito Santo signing a new contract before a fine win at Sheffield United.
  Parts of the region face dipping in and out of local lockdown measures for months unless Ministers sort out Covid testing, Sir Keir Starmer has warned.
  Sir Keir Starmer admits he had to bite his tongue at times during the early stages of the coronavirus crisis.
  The owner of one of the Midlands’ most popular music venues today revealed he was on the brink of disaster.
  Phone, wallet, keys and your face covering – while it’s become the new normal for some people, others are continuing to flout the rules.
  Japan stunned South Africa 34-32 in their opening match of the tournament in Brighton.
  The amount of criminal cash and assets seized by police in West Midlands has risen sharply in the latest five years, new figures show.
  A 12th-century church in Staffordshire which had its window smashed last week has been subject to vandalism for the past four years, its warden has revealed.
  Two areas of the Black Country will each be receiving almost £2 million in funding to help their local high streets recover from the affects of Covid-19.
  Central England Co-op is trialling the use of colleague body cameras as part of its effort to keep staff safe and help drive down crime in stores.
  Plans have been unveiled for a £3 million dementia high dependency unit to be built in the grounds of a care home.
  Read the latest column from Mark Andrews.
  Dan Morris looks at excerpts from history’s most defining quotes
  MP Nicola Richards is urging the Government to throw its weight behind the Midland Metro plans so that 'neglected' communities like Great Barr can feel the benefits.
  Historic St Bartholomew’s Church in Tong is among the visitor attractions taking part in this weekend’s Heritage Open Days programme.
  Comedy has, and always will be, a subjective beast.
  Lecturers at Birmingham City University will teach from behind protective visors and wear personal microphones as campuses reopen.
  A new pre-school has opened in the Black Country.
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