The body in charge of investing millions in the UK's Olympic athletes says global competition will be tougher for the Tokyo tournament.
Midlands Families Await Chilcot Inquiry Findings
Reg Keys from Solihull talks to Heart about his son Lance Corporal Thomas Keys who died in Iraq and how he wants answers
The 20 year old, was a Royal Military Policeman and one of six Red Caps killed by an Iraqi mob in Majar al-Kabir, 100 miles north of Basra, in June 2003.
His Father Reg Keys from Solihull, alongside other families of loved ones killed in Iraq pushed for an inquiry into the Iraq War which was led by Sir John Chilcot.
Reg spoke to Heart about what his son was like and the moment he and his wife found out about his son's death:
Reg also told us about the reasons why he pushed for the Iraq Inquiry to be held:
West Midlands Roll Call:
:: Trooper David Clarke, 19, of Littleworth, Staffordshire. Queen's Royal Lancers. (March 2003)
:: Flight Lt Kevin Main, 35, of Burntwood, Staffordshire, Pilot with RAF 9 Squadron. (March 2003)
:: Lance Corporal Thomas Keys, 20, of Solihull, RMP, 156 Provost Company. (July 2003)
:: Sergeant Norman Patterson, 28, of Staffordshire. Cheshire Regiment. (January 2004)
:: Gunner David Lawrence, 25, of Walsall. 1st Regiment Royal Horse Artillery. (September 2004)
:: Second Lieutenant Richard Shearer, 26, of Nuneaton. 1st Battalion, The Staffordshire Regiment. (June 2005)
:: Private Phillip Hewett, 21, of Tamworth. 1st Battalion, The Staffordshire Regiment. (June 2005)
:: Private Leon Spicer, 26, of Tamworth. 1st Battalion, The Staffordshire Regiment. (June 2005)
:: Sergeant John Jones, 31, of Birmingham. 1st Battalion The Royal Regiment of Fusiliers. (November 2005)
:: Marine Jason Hylton, 33, of Burton on Trent. 539 Assault Squadron Royal Marines. (November 2006)
:: Corporal Jeremy Brookes, 28, of Birmingham. 4th Battalion, The Rifles. (May 2007)
:: Senior Aircraftsman Matthew Caulwell, 22, of Birmingham. 1 Squadron RAF Regiment. (July 2007)
:: Corporal Lee Churcher, 32, of Nuneaton. 20th Armoured Brigade. (December 2008)
A fell runner has admitted attempted murder of a British Athletics official at Birmingham's Alexander Stadium.
Six people have admitted running a brothel in Birmingham which is said to have made £7 million.
Three people have been convicted of murdering businessman Tanveer Iqbal who was found dead in the boot of his own car on a street in Edgbaston.
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