General Election 2019: Your West Midlands questions

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Image caption Birmingham is the UK's second largest city and at the heart of the West Midlands region

Voters across the UK will go to the polls on 12 December for the third time since 2015.

The West Midlands is home to England's second biggest city, some of its least populated counties and a string of marginal seats.

Issues including health, transport, crime, the cost of living and the economy are likely to be at the centre of its electoral battleground.

We want to know what questions you have about the local issues that matter to you in this election.

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Image caption Ironbridge, a World Heritage site in Shropshire, draws many thousands of tourists every year

The NHS is likely to be an important issue for voters and in Shropshire a debate is under way about the future of hospital services.

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Image caption Another major visitor attraction is Shakespeare's birthplace, in Stratford-upon-Avon

Transport is also a key issue and the West Midlands awaits the outcome to a review of HS2.

There are also questions over a proposed Hereford bypass and bus services in Stoke-on-Trent where passengers told us that going out is "pointless".

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Image caption HS2 will lead to more frequent services through Wolverhampton and the Black Country, its supporters claim, but a lot of people are against it.

The UK declared a climate emergency and after recent flooding in our area you might want to know about environmental issues.

If housing is high on your list of priorities, try our calculator or ask us about the cost of buying and renting across the region.

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Image caption The West Midlands is also famous for its countryside, including the Malvern Hills
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Image caption Renting is becoming cheaper in Coventry, according to property website Zoopla, partly due to more people buying their first homes.

Here are some of the questions we have already answered:

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