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New M6 Junction 10 in Walsall to create thousands of jobs

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New M6 Junction 10 in Walsall to create thousands of jobs

A new Junction 10 of the M6 could unlock up to 4,206 new jobs by tackling congestion in the region.

The claim has been made as a planning application for the replacement junction goes out for consultation.

Highways England and Walsall Council are behind the £64million scheme.

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White van man 'attempts to kidnap' two Walsall schoolboys

Detectives are hunting a white van man who tried to lure two young school boys into his van.

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'I'm a prisoner of conscience': Great Barr man in court on terror charges

Three men including one from Great Barr and two British soldiers have appeared in court charged with terror offences over their alleged membership of a banned neo-Nazi group.

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Strong gales and rain set to batter the West Midlands tonight

Highways England has warned drivers of strong gales tonight as more wet and windy weather is set to hit the West Midlands.

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Top sport stories:

Interview: Ben Marshall – Wolves have done nothing yet

After six wins in eight and faced with a team that hasn't won at Molineux for 86 years, hopes will be high of another Wolves victory tonight.

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West Brom's Matt Phillips: We know we can play better

Disappointed Matt Phillips insists Albion will bounce back from their one-off defeat at newly-promoted Brighton.

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Jon Whitney: Walsall will bounce back at Rotherham

Boss Jon Whitney says Walsall are ready to bounce back from their defeat to Bristol Rovers – and use it as motivation to overcome Rotherham tonight.

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Top entertainment pick:

Michael Jackson's brother Tito to watch Wolves vs Bristol City at Molineux

First it was Star Wars legend Mark Hamill pledging his support to Wolves - and now a member of the Jackson 5 is making a visit to Molineux.

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See what it's like to be engulfed by flames from a petrol bomb: We try out police riot training

With a deep breath I lower the visor over my eyes – the last part of my body exposed to the glowing heat outside.

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