Nottingham Evening Post
20 minutes
BBC One London
20 minutes
Asad Ahmad is there. He can tell us more. In the depths -- characters. It is taking place in Notting Hill and goes on stage and about an hour and a half. That is a very small police presence across the road but this is a peaceful protest which has gathered momentum on social media in particular.
Nottingham Evening Post
20 minutes
BBC One Scotland
22 minutes
They have to travel to a nearby town to do their shopping. But they don't have a car, they have to go by bus. But what if there isn't a bus to catch. Banton is away from the main road and this bus, which goes through the village, may not come here in future.
BBC One West Midlands
23 minutes
These MPs say people can influence what Brexit will look like. We're about to find out. Our Political Editor Patrick Burns is with me now. How unusual is that for a select committees to go out on the road like this? It's not really unusual at all.
BBC News 24
24 minutes
And in the the United States this is how the Dow and the Nasdaq are getting on. All down. Coming up, we will tell you about the Lancaster bomber hoping to soar again after a refit. The Foreign Office has confirmed that six Britons have died, after a road accident in Saudi Arabia.
Petrolicious
26 minutes
Why were they discarded? Sometimes the answer is unknowable, but other times one might infer what may have happened from Niehuesbeautiful and often evocative pictures – a crumpled fender, a missing part, neglect. Accompanying each photograph is a small paragraph of text written in both English and German telling the reader what the car is, and where it was found. Will some of the cars in this book ever hit the road again? Unlikely, but some of the pictures just may inspire you to jump in your car and discover your own field of rusty, automotive dreams. Title: Bella Mangusta: The Italian Art and Design of the DeTomaso Mangusta Author: Dick Ruzzin Publisher: Xlibris Format: Softcover, 124 pages Argentine-born racing driver Alejandro de Tomaso immigrated to Italy in the 1950s. Continuing his chosen career, he drove OSCA race cars and later for the Maserati Brothers.
BBC One South
28 minutes
And an HGV driver was spotted shaving. That moment's inattention, looking down to look at a phone for a text, playing with the stereo, brushing your teeth, you know, putting your make-up on, putting lipstick on, and bringing the mirror down, which we've seen people doing - all these sort of things are momentarily distracting you from the road ahead, and that's where something can happen and a collision occur.
BBC One Scotland
28 minutes
Also next week, the Supreme Court will make a key ruling on how the Brexit process should get under way. But most are expecting a long, protracted and difficult road ahead. Frail patients were left on ambulance trolleys in a reception area while waiting to be admitted to a hospital under "extreme pressure", according to inspectors.
West Briton
31 minutes
Police, ambulance crews and firefighters were all mobilised to a suspected stabbing of a woman in St Ives which proved to be a false alarm. The emergency services raced to a block of flats on Treverbyn Road after a call which reported the woman was unconscious with a potentially serious wound. The video above by Clive Oxley shows the response vehicles outside the property yesterday evening. It turned out that the woman had indeed been badly cut to the hand but the incident was an...
West Briton
31 minutes
We know what you're thinking, only in Cornwall could ten tonnes of chicken poo be dumped on a road near Callington after a tractor overturns. A trailer being towed by a tractor overturned on the A388, south of Callington, at around 1pm today. The crash, first reported on traffic website Inrix this afternoon, happened on Saltash Road between Southern Road and St Mellion. Read more: Councillors surprised to learn development plans for Bodmin Jail include council...
BBC One West Midlands
31 minutes
West Midlands Police officers Paul Adey, Mark Fannon and Paul Greenfield are due in court on the 11th of September. A group of MPs have been on the road in the West Midlands today, hearing people's views about Brexit. The Exit the EU select committee is travelling around the UK, to hear more informally what business leaders and others feel about the process.
West Briton
32 minutes
Yesterday evening I was one of 17,048 people lucky enough to get a ticket to the FA Cup Third Round replay between Plymouth Argyle and Liverpool Football Club. Ever since fan-favourite Graham Carey converted an extra-time penalty late into a grim December evening in Newport to confirm that it would be The Pilgrims who would face the five-time European champions, much of the South West has suddenly started to take notice of us once again. As an Argyle fan since 1998, I have experienced the...
West Briton
32 minutes
BBC One South East
33 minutes
In the year 2000, gangland criminal Kenneth Noye was jailed for life with a minimum term of 16 years for stabbing Stephen Cameron to death. In 2015 he may have believed he was on the road to release but the door was slammed shut by then Justice Secretary Michael Gove over public safety fears. Stephen Cameron's parents were relieved by that I hope he comes out of that prison in a wooden box.
Western Daily Press
34 minutes
A busy town centre road is set to face disruption for 12 days later this month as resurfacing work takes place. The A38, which runs through Taunton, will be repaired and resurfaced by Somerset County Council in what it describes as a vital scheme. The work, which will be carried out between 6.30pm and 11.30pm, will see a one-way system in place. Councillor David Fothergill, Somerset County Council's cabinet member for highways, said: This stretch of the busy A38 is...
BBC One South East
35 minutes
.. Anger from the RMT, as the union members say they'll strike on Monday after being shut out from talks between Southern Rail and Aslef. The notorious road rage killer Kenneth Noye - who stabbed a man to death on a Kent motorway - has launched a High Court appeal for the right to be moved to open prison conditions.
Bristol Post
39 minutes
Five men have been arrested during a crackdown on drugs and illegal weapons in south Bristol.And a further five residents had their vehicles seized and were charged with driving without insurance today during a major police operation.Officers also discovered two small cannabis farms which were dismantled in Stockwood and in Hartcliffe,A 17-year-old was arrested on Queens Road in Bishopsworth on suspicion of possession with intent to supply class A drugs after he was found with 20 wraps of white...
EVO Reviews
41 minutes
Combined with the taut body control and pliancy over bumps that gives the car enough cross-country pace to live with any other hot hatch in this bracket. What this car lacks compared to the benchmark Megane is a pointy chassis balance – the Peugeot feels locked down and secure where the Renault is alive and thrilling.' Dan Prosser - Road Test Editor, evo Performance and 0-60 time > The engine delivers impressive performance given its smaller-than-usual 1.6-litre engine. Read about the Peugeot 308 GTi's performance here Engine and transmission > The 1.6-litre turbocharged unit produces 266bhp and is mated to a slick and fast six-speed manual gearbox. Read about the Peugeot 308 GTi's engine and transmission here Ride and handling > Relatively docile to drive despite its power output, though the small steering wheel doesn't add much to the enjoyment.
BBC One South West
42 minutes
Crime has increased across England and Wales, according to today's figures, reversing a falling trend. It is believed much of that could be due to online offences and historic cases, and that could mean more increases in recording crime in the coming months. 50 firefighters tackled a blaze which closed a major road in Dorset this morning.
BBC One West Midlands
42 minutes
Ann Pursey, who lives close to the shop, was woken by the raid and called police. Looked out of the window and we could see a JCB across the road and the bangs continued for a little while and then we heard what proved to be the cashpoint machine being taken out of the wall and put onto the back of a pick-up truck.
BBC One London
an hour
Although a ban on personal deliveries to offices seems unlikely. We do need to be making the deliver industry much more efficient in London. It is not at the moment and is using way too much road space, something like 20% of the traffic on the roads in London at the moment is essentially internet deliveries.
Global News
an hour
Daniel Zolnikov proposed Bill 206, which has been widely dubbed as the “road beer law,” that would allow passengers to drink while drivers would still be prohibited.
BBC One London
an hour
Business groups are cautious. We think it needs to be done right. Our concern is road pricing could be used as a cash cow and could make business a cash cow.