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A former Ukip MEP has appeared before magistrates accused of a money laundering offence after a police inquiry into her travel expenses. Nikki Sinclaire, who lost her seat in the European Parliament earlier this year, also faces a charge of committing misconduct in a public office.
From the Division of General Internal Medicine and Center for Clinical Effectiveness , Center for Health Informatics , Department of Neurology , Division of Cardiology , Department of Family and Community Medicine , and Department of English , University of Cincinnati, OH; University of Birmingham Centre for Cardiovascular Sciences, Birmingham, United Kingdom Correspondence to Mark H. Eckman, MD, University of Cincinnati Medical Center, PO Box 670535, Cincinnati, OH 45267-0535. E-mail Background- Guidelines for anticoagulant therapy in patients with atrial fibrillation are based on stroke risk as calculated by either the CHADS2 or the CHA2DS2VASc scores and do not integrate bleeding risk in an explicit, quantitative manner.
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OUR recent features on collectible cigarette cards of the 1930s sent Bugle reader Roy Nock of Blackheath to dig out his own collection. Roy's cards are still kept in an old tobacco tin and he blew the dust from it and brought it along to our Cradley Heath office.
Judge Philip Parker told the hearing on Monday that Henderson was dependent on his mother and when her health deteriorated he could not cope. Mrs Henderson had previously been her son's carer.
Police launched a major investigation on September 8 after a woman in her 20s reported being attacked in Dalehouse Lane. The woman, who has not been named following the police caution, told officers that she was walking near the railway bridge at around 5.15am on Monday when she was approached by two men and sexually assaulted.
Birmingham's famous Stechford Cascades water slides are likely to be lost when the pool is replaced as part of a A 36 million overhaul of sports centres. Stechford Cascades is one of six new council-owned pools being built in Birmingham and they will, along with other existing sports facilities, be run by private operators under a 15-year contract.
Christina, aged 16, died from a single knife wound to the chest on Hagley Road on the morning of March 7 as she travelled on the No.9 bus to Leasowes High School in Halesowen. The tragedy shocked the nation.
The Carolina women's golf team fired a 4-over-par 292 in the second round of the Powerade Cougar Classic and is tied for 9th place with an 11-over 587 total. Two Tar Heels, Leslie Cloots and Lexi Harkins, both fired a 1-under 71 at Yeamans Hall to lead the way for Carolina.
After facing disappointment in Britain's Coventry schools, members of the Indian-origin Sikh community have set up their own school for their new generation. Opened in Coventry, a city and metropolitan borough in the county of West Midlands, the newly opened Seva School presently offers education to 130 pupils for free, the Coventry Telegraph reported Monday.
Check out pictures from the Kaleido Family Arts Festival held Sept. 13, 2014 on Alberta Avenue.
The hearing investigating the deaths of Army reservists Edward Maher, Craig Roberts and James Dunsby had been due to start next month in Solihull, West Midlands. But the inquest, expected to last for up to three weeks, has now been rescheduled to begin on June 1, 2015.
West Midlands Police has been ordered to pay A 26,500 compensation to a former security guard from Birmingham who was Tasered and wrongly arrested by officers. But Ivan Martin, 54, of Bromford Bridge, says he remains angry that no-one has been disciplined over the terrifying incident.
The crash occurred on Hillmorton Road at around 12.05pm. Two ambulances, a rapid response vehicle, a paramedic officer and the Midlands Air Ambulance from Cosford attended the scene.
A woman who claimed a whopping 70 per cent discount to buy her council house - whilst living in a second home that she owned - has escaped jail after admitting fraud. Sonia Hunter became the first person in the Midlands to be convicted of a 'Right to Buy' scam after claiming a massive A 46,600 discount on a home that she had no right to buy.
The sixth annual Zombie Walk followed a route through the major roads of the city centre with participants groaning and moaning, but collecting cash on the way But instead of looking for human flesh to feast on they had turned out to raise cash for Birmingham Children's Hospital. The sixth annual Zombie Walk followed a route through the major roads of the city centre with participants groaning and moaning, but collecting cash on the way.
Updated: Wed Sep 17, 2014 03:19 am
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