His father said that he was 'loved and will not get the chance to see his son born."
West Midlands Police have issued an appeal for information after the two thieves stolen the man's £54,000 car
Cooper discusses her new novel, Beatrix Potter, and her rescue greyhound, Bluebell
Gun Quarter close to inner-city areas which have been blighted by gun gangs in recent years
Coroner also hears of victims’ relatives' suspicion that officers lied to gain wrongful convictions of the Birmingham Six
Local councillor Lisa Trickett said the picture was a 'very important reminder that bin men are human.'
Albert French was a young Wolverton lad who travelled to Ploegsteert to fight in May 1916. A month later - as back home his sister May was writing him teasing letters - he was killed by a bullet
He spoke as Pegida UK prepared for its first official march in Birmingham
Jess Phillips said on BBC One's Question Time women are 'baited and heckled' every weekend in Birmingham
Police are trying to find the people responsible for the 'false and malicious' communications
'His clothes were red. His arms, elbows, his back were all dripping in blood. It was madness,' says bystander
The convicted men will be placed on the sex offenders register for 10 years
1,370-year-old document is likely to have been commisioned by one of the world’s first ever Muslims, experts say
Doctors tried to save the boy in hospital but his wounds were too severe
The presents are being returned to their owners as quickly as possible but hundreds more could be missing
The indoctrination of young minds should be recognised as something that goes against UNICEF's Convention of the Rights of the Child