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Robin Walker calls Cameron resignation "desperately upsetting": Worcestershire's reaction to PM

QUITTING: Prime Minister David Cameron speaking outside 10 Downing Street today.

DAVID Cameron's shock resignation has rocked political figures around Worcestershire - with the city's devastated MP revealing his sadness.

11:04am Friday 24 June 2016

Brexit: How the historic vote unfolded in Worcestershire and across the UK

POLLING NIGHT: The scene at Worcester's Guildhall as the city backed Leave.

THE votes have been counted and the UK has voted to leave the European Union after 43 years in a historic referendum.

8:00am Friday 24 June 2016

The Source: Madcap Brexit respite special edition

POLLING STATION: A new dawn is here, or something like that.

AMID the hazy aftermath of Wednesday's refusal of the John Lewis-led retail park, Worcester City Council pulled out all the stops on its Twitter account to spin the best possible PR line - and surely the most optimistic.

3:15pm Friday 24 June 2016

Worcestershire votes in European referendum

POLLING DAY: The polls are open from 7am-10pm today

The polls are open across Britain for today's historic EU referendum - follow it live here.

10:32am Thursday 23 June 2016

EU LATEST: Voters pack into Worcester polling stations

VOTING: The spectacular Guildhall on Worcester's High Street as a polling station for the EU Referendum.

VOTERS were out in force across Worcestershire yesterday - with polling stations buzzing with activity for the historic EU referendum.

3:12pm Thursday 23 June 2016

Public meeting to discuss A4440 safety concerns

St Peters Parish Councillor Ross Walker is calling for crash barriers to be installed along the A4440 Crookbarrow Way. Pic Jonathan Barry 9.5.16  191604490.

A PUBLIC meeting is taking place to discuss ongoing work and safety concerns on the A4440 at St Peter's, in Worcester.

10:40am Thursday 23 June 2016

Refugee group told to take down Syrian display in Malvern Library ahead of referendum

Refugee group told to take down Syrian display in Malvern Library ahead of referendum

A MALVERN group which has campaigned to bring Syrian refugees to the town was forced to take down an exhibition in the town's library promoting its work because of the EU referendum.

11:50am Thursday 23 June 2016

Group supporting Syrian refugees told to take down library exhibition

The group wants to help refugees fleeing the conflict in Syria. This picture shows a victim who was injured in the bombing attack in the Sayyida Zeinab suburb carried on a stretcher into a hospital in Damascus on Saturday, June 11.

A MALVERN group which has campaigned to bring Syrian refugees to the town was forced to take down an exhibition in the town's library promoting its work because of the EU referendum.

11:39am Thursday 23 June 2016

New scheme aims to tackle loneliness and help university students needing accommodation

Old man praying

MORE THAN two million people in England aged over 75 live alone and more than one million older people say they go for longer than a month without speaking to a friend, neighbour or family member, according to Age UK.

8:53am Wednesday 22 June 2016

People in St John's and Dines Green cut off from Worcester's £10.5m swimming pool due to bus cuts, says councillor

DISMAY: Councillor Richard Udall says he fears people on the west side of Worcester won't be able to reach Perdiswell's new swimming pool.

A WORCESTER councillor fears people on the west side of the city being cut off from Perdiswell's new £10.5 million swimming pool due to poor public transport.

11:05am Tuesday 21 June 2016
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