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Ear-piercing screams as pensioner has ‘limbs ripped off’ by out-of-control dog that was ‘reported just hours before’

HORRIFIED neighbours told how ear-piecing screams rang out as a pensioner had her “limbs ripped off” by an out-of-control dog. The Japanese Akita was reported to police just hours earlier over concerns around the troublesome hound’s “behaviour” at a home in Wolverhampton. The victim – who has not been named but is a woman in […] The Sun Wolverhampton …

Man dies after being stabbed repeatedly outside Asda supermarket in Wolverhampton as suspect arrested for ‘murder’

A MAN has died after being stabbed repeatedly outside an Asda supermarket in Wolverhampton. A 32-year-old man has today been arrested on suspicion of murder after a fight broke out outside the Heath Town supermarket at around 9.16pm last night. The victim was rushed to hospital but he died a short time later, West Midlands […] The Sun Wolverhampton …

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  • Putting horses before houses in Hyde Park | Brief letters
    by Letters on September 1, 2021 at 5:10 pm

    Housing | Garden birds | “Real” music | Wimberries | Wolverhampton’s weather Golf courses should not be turned over to housing (Report, 26 August). I remember the horror at the idea put forward during the war that Hyde Park should be made available for housing. There was a desperate need following the blitz. The cry went up, and not only from newspapers, that this is where people exercise their horses.David CritchlowPoole, Dorset • Feeding garden birds is a pleasure and I read Alison […]

  • Record 20 places vie to succeed Coventry as UK city of culture
    by PA Media on August 20, 2021 at 6:00 am

    Applications received from all four home nations and winner will be announced in May next year A record 20 places in the UK have put in bids to be the next city of culture. Wolverhampton in England, Stirling in Scotland, Conwy county in Wales and a joint application from Armagh city, Banbridge and Craigavon in Northern Ireland are among those to have expressed an interest in hosting a year of cultural festivities in 2025. Continue reading...

  • Plaque for Windrush campaigner unveiled at former office of Enoch Powell
    by Amelia Gentleman on June 22, 2021 at 6:24 pm

    Paulette Wilson, who died last year, honoured at Wolverhampton base of late ‘Rivers of Blood’ MP A memorial plaque honouring campaigner Paulette Wilson has been unveiled on the Wolverhampton building that used to house Enoch Powell’s constituency office, as part of a commemoration ceremony to mark Windrush Day. Wilson, who died unexpectedly last year, aged 64, was one of the most vocal critics of the government over the Windrush scandal. In 2015 the former House of Commons canteen worker […]

  • Labour’s flag-waving sends distress signal | Brief letters
    by Letters on May 11, 2021 at 6:23 pm

    Wolverhampton | The Guardian | Ageing poets | Union flag | Labour | Starlings John Harris mentions “the arrival of Conservative MPs in such traditional Labour redoubts as ... Wolverhampton” (Labour’s crisis comes from the huge gap between politics and people, 9 May). Before the 2019 general election, Wolverhampton had had at least four Conservative MPs since 1970, including the long-serving Enoch Powell and his successor with similar ideological affinities, Nick Budgen. So I’m not […]

  • Labour aims to defy polls in key West Midlands mayoral vote
    by Jessica Murray on May 5, 2021 at 3:42 pm

    Liam Byrne says he sees a ‘clear trend of people switching back to Labour’ in Birmingham, Coventry and Wolverhampton With two days to go before the local elections in England, Liam Byrne’s pedometer showed he had already clocked up 29 miles this week, more than a marathon’s worth of walkabouts and door-knocking as Labour tries to gain ground in the West Midlands mayoral race. Recent polls have not been promising for the party, showing the Conservative incumbent, Andy Street, between […]