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- Updates on Wednesday 25 May 2016
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BBC Midlands Today
It will be rather cloudy through this evening and overnight.
Minimum Temperature: 9C (48F).
The referendum to decide on the UK's membership of the European Union is on Thursday 23 June.
BBC politics have produced this handy guide on who is eligible to vote and how to register.Copyright: Getty Images
Business Secretary Sajid Javid and Welsh First Minister Carwyn Jones have travelled to Mumbai for a Tata board meeting to discuss bids for Port Talbot and its other UK steel operations.
The deadline for potential buyers to make formal bids closed on Monday.
Tata has declined to say how many actual bids it has received.
The firm employs just under 800 people across the West Midlands.Copyright: Getty Images
Plans for up to 2,000 new homes, as well as a primary school, health centre and shops, for land around Gaydon and Lighthorne Heath - have been approved by planners in Stratford.
The controversial scheme - was recommended for approval -and was passed by a 5 to 1 majority by the district council.
Neighbours Jaguar Landrover had written a letter to the council saying it had concerns over the impact on their own expansion plans.
Tributes are being paid to former Sky Blues midfielder Ian Gibson who's died aged 73.
He played for the club between 1966-1970 and was an instrumental part of the squad that qualified for Europe during that time.Copyright: Coventry City Football ClubQuote Message: He was a top class player, a real character and a lot of fun. It's a sad day. God Bless him. I'll be thinking of him." from Dietmar Bruck Former Sky Blues Sky Blues Defender (between 1961-1970)
Your headlines tonight:
- "An unbelievable player" - the words of Deitmar Bruck to describe his former team-mate Ian Gibson who's died aged 73.
- A Coventry man who used to smoke legal highs says they're far stronger than the cannabis he's used to. From midnight shops will be banned from selling them and traders found guilty of breaking the ban can be jailed for seven years.
- Campaigners say they'll fight on after plans to build up to 2,000 houses in Gaydon and Lighthorne Heath were approved last night.
Kenilworth Weekly News
Crime in Kenilworth has risen by over 50 per cent compared with the same period last year, official figures show.Copyright: Kenilworth News
An Aston Martin Vulcan will take part in the ring road circuit at Coventry MotoFest 2016 in its first ever appearance on a UK public road.
The £1.8m pound car joins a host of Gymkhana cars, drift cars and stock cars set to feature on two makeshift circuits running through the city during next month's event.Copyright: Coventry Motofest 2016Quote Message: It will be a fantastic occasion as the Vulcan runs on a public road circuit for the first time in the UK, offering the crowds at Coventry Motofest the chance to get a unique close up look at this amazing car from James Noble Coventry Motofest festival director
BBC Home Affairs Correspondent
Researchers say governments across Europe must improve the way they gather and share information about firearms to help cut gun crime and tackle terrorism.
Scientists from Coventry University believe the number of deaths and injuries caused by guns could be reduced - and they've presented their findings to the European Parliament in Brussels.
I'll have more on Midlands Today from 18:30 on BBC One
An employment tribunal has ruled that workers who were made redundant from Coventry parcel firm City Link without consultation are entitled to money.Copyright: Coventry Telegraph
Paul Collingwood and centurion Keaton Jennings helped Durham to a four-wicket victory against Warwickshire at Edgbaston.
Warwickshire would have gone top of the table if they had won, but lie third having suffered their first Championship defeat of 2016.Copyright: Getty Images
A Coventry father-of-two says he'll never use legal highs again - because of the effects they had on him.
Sales of legal highs become illegal from midnight - with traders facing 7 years in jail if they're found guilty of selling them.
"Alan" told Trish and Jo on BBC Coventry and Warwickshire's breakfast show - they're nothing like the cannabis he's used to.
- The former CCFC midfielder Ian Gibson has died aged 73. He played for the City between 1966-1970 and was part of Noel Cantwell's squad that qualified for Europe in 1969-70.
- Concern over a decision to approve plans for 2,000 homes around Gaydon and Lighthorne Heath
- Coventry University research finds guns used by criminals in eastern Europe have been used to commit crimes in Sweden.
Ian Gibson, the former Sky Blues midfielder who was a crucial part of the City's qualification for Europe in 1969-70 has died at the age of 73.
He played 93 games for Coventry and scored 13 goals.Quote Message: He upset Jimmy Hill by turning up late to a couple of games so he dropped him and we went on a losing streak for about six games. The crowd were saying "bring back Gibbo" and he brought him back for a game against Huddersfield and we never lost another game for the rest of that season. from Dean Nelson Coventry City Former players Association
BBC Home Affairs Correspondent
A Coventry University report highlights gaps in knowledge about gun crime - and the missed opportunities to tackle the trade in lethal weapons across Europe.
It says inconsistencies in the way countries compile crime data mean it's not possible to determine the true number of firearms offences.
The report is presented to the European Parliament today.Copyright: BBC
BBC Coventry & Warwickshire Sport
Jeetan Patel managed to pick up the wickets of centurion Keaton Jennings and Paul Collingwood for 44, but it was a case of too little too late as Durham have just secured victory by four wickets.
North Warwickshire Borough Council has voted to join the West Midlands Combined Authority.
The move comes six months after the council voted not to join the body and just weeks after Warwickshire County Council agreed to become a member.
Both will now become non-constituent members of the WMCA meaning they can take part in policy discussions but have limited voting powersCopyright: Google
A decision to approve plans for 2,000 homes around Gaydon and Lighthorne Heath in Warwickshire was made without all the information - according to a campaigner.
The scheme was approved last night.
Laura Steele, from the protest group FORSE (Friends of a Rural and Sustainable Environment), says the council didn't have a letter from Jaguar Land Rover about the scheme - as they discussed the proposals.
The letter, written by consultants Gerald Eve, states: "It is vitally important that any development proposals do not compromise our ability to expand and grow on both sides of the B4100/Banbury Road in the future".