Ukip leadership candidate Bill Etheridge has withdrawn from the contest and called on rivals to back current deputy leader Paul Nuttall.
Breastfeeding Flashmob video
To celebrate World Breastfeeding Week (1st-7th August) local mums, and professionals, have met at The Public in West Bromwich to take part in a unique flash mob. The flash mob was suggested by local mums to help promote breastfeeding.
They hope that World Breastfeeding Week, will encourage mums to give their child the best start to life...
They met at The Public with stalls offering advice and support. Here's a video of the Flashmob
The World Health Organisation and the Department of Health recommend exclusive breastfeeding for the first six months because of its extensive benefits, some of which include protection against ear infections, eczema and asthma that formula milk doesn’t provide. Breast milk also helps protect against obesity.
Janine Brown, Sandwell Primary Care Trust’s commissioner for maternal health, said
"We are doing a lot of different things to support mums to start and continue breastfeeding."
A seven-year-old boy had an "astonishing'' escape after a van ploughed into the back of a flatbed lorry in the West Midlands.
Birmingham Airport could get a new runway in future, according to the man looking at options for the government.
A reckless scrambler bike rider who pulled wheelies while speeding through the streets of a housing estate in Birmingham has been jailed for dangerous driving.
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