Mo Farah will race for the final time on a British track in Birmingham this weekend.
Beckham In Birmingham
David Beckham visited injured soldiers and teenage cancer patients at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham
Becks and actor Ray Winstone met injured troops during a private visit to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham on Wednesday the 16th of January.
The pair spent around an hour and a half visiting military and civilian patients and their families on the mixed trauma ward before meeting a number of staff from the Royal Centre for Defence Medicine.
David Beckham then went on to the Teenage Cancer Trust’s Young Persons Unit in the hospital, where he chatted with patients aged 16-24 years and the staff caring for them.
Adam Woods (pictured above) and James Freeman (pictured left) got a surprise visit from the football star.
Sir Michael Fallon's written a letter apologising to the mum of a Tamworth soldier - who was killed by a roadside bomb.
A Black Country man's been jailed for life for stabbing his partner. Ronald Cooke attacked Tina Billingham at their home.
The family of 20 year-old Callum Lees, who was stabbed to death at a house party in Solihull, have paid tribute as they appeal for his killer to come forward.
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