It will be a Tamworth england women cloudy night, with the chance of some mist or fog and lows of 9C 48F. Home care provider Allied Healthcare said it would continue "Tamworth england women" "trade safely" while the process of transferring contracts is under way, enabling it to deliver "safe continuity of care". The company said a warning by the regulator, the Care Quality Commission CQC saying it has serious doubts about the future of the company, had "intensified the impact of the challenging environment within which we operate".
The CQC said the Staffordshire-based provider had "every opportunity to confirm a realistically backed plan" and had "failed to do so". A company providing home care and other support services for thousands of older and disabled people across the West Midlands has announced it will be transferring all of its contracts to other providers. Staffordshire-based Allied Healthcare said a warning by the regulator it was facing financial difficulties led to local authorities withdrawing contracts.
The company said it was working closely with councils to ensure there was no disruption to the continuity of care for the people they support.
Allied Healthcare announced earlier this year it was struggling with debts, Tamworth england women low fees paid by councils, but it did manage to restructure its finances on that occasion. Early mist and fog should clear but it will stay cloudy today with the chance of a few bright spells and highs of 14C 57F.
It will be a mild and cloudy night with some fog in places and the odd spot of drizzle with lows of 10C 50F. Ian Naude was named as a suspect in three cases before he joined Cheshire Constabulary. Councils in the West Midlands Tamworth england women they've been called to deal with hundreds of dirty Tamworth england women over the last three years.
Of the local authorities that responded to a BBC freedom of information request, Walsall had to deal with the greatest number of requests to remove syringes - since Other councils to return figures included Herefordshire Council, which dealt with requests to remove needles, Warwick District Council had reports to deal with and East Staffordshire Borough Council Bus replacement services are running between Bromsgrove, Barnt Green and Longbridge in both directions as well as Birmingham and Lichfield, due to the problem of slippery rails, said West Midlands Railway.
Early mist and fog should clear leaving a cloudy day with some sunny spells and highs of 14C 57F. Local Democracy Reporting Service.
The rising number of threats made online could be reduced through better education, a senior Staffordshire Police Officer has said. Deputy Chief Constable Nick Baker said: It's no less of an offence than threatening face to face. We're forecast some mixed weather across the West Midlands today, but the temperatures should be mild - up to 15C 59F.
Adrian McDonald's "zest for life was contagious", his brother Wayne told an inquest. It should be a dry night ahead with some clear spells and lows of 8C 46F.
Companies withdraw festive business after a video highlights abuse of the animals. Public consultation into the future of school Tamworth england women patrols in Staffordshire is under way, with communities being asked whether they could pay for the service themselves. The county council said due to "unprecedented financial challenges" it was "reluctantly" considering its options, which include axing the service.
Consultation continues until the end of the year, ahead of a decision on patrols' future in early It should be a dry day with sunny spells and patchy cloud - highs of 13C 55F. Any early evening showers should clear leaving a dry night with lows of 5C 41F. Roads campaigners have called for a long-term strategy to "eliminate the backlog" in pothole repairs and road maintenance projects.
This year, the number of drivers breaking down after hitting potholes reached a three-year highaccording to the RAC. Projects across the West Midlands have been granted funds to help survivors of domestic abuse. The money will provide tailored support, including additional beds in refuges, access to education and employment opportunities. A campaign group of vets has accused Defra and its ministers of telling "barefaced lies" about the effectiveness of one of its badger culls in England.
The group has written to the Tamworth england women Vet, Dr Christine Middlemas, asking her to ensure that the department retracts "insupportable claims that its badger cull policy is working". In response, a Defra statement said: Chancellor Philip Hammond made the announcement in the budget, with details of the funding issued today by the Department of Transport DfT.
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Beacons were lit in towns and cities across the UK, including Rugeley, Staffordshire. It should be a dry day with sunny spells with a few scattered showers this afternoon and highs of 10C 50F. To report traffic and travel incidents dial at any time. Balvinder Singh, 59, died of his injuries after the van Tamworth england women was driving was hit by Jason Bannister. It will be very wet and windy for a time overnight with heavy rain moving through and lows of 7C 45F.
Budget pressures mean officers at Staffordshire Police don't have as much time to deal with crimes as they'd like, according to Chief Constable Gareth Morgan. They [officers] want to investigate crime, they want to arrest people, they want to put them before the courts and the time pressures of trying to do everything mean I think that's one of the areas that we're not as good at as we should be.
Hospital bosses in Staffordshire say their winter preparations may mean they won't be forced to use a community hospital to cope with overspill. Last winter, beds were opened at Bradwell Hospital in Newcastle-under-Lyme as more Tamworth england women patients at other "Tamworth england women" were waiting to be discharged.
It will be rather cloudy today with some bright spells before heavy rain and strong winds arrive towards evening with highs of 13C 55F. Kidsgrove Leisure Centre shut in June last year, despite protests from people who used it, because it was said it would cost millions to repair.
The building was owned by Staffordshire County Council but it has now agreed to hand it over to Newcastle-under-Lyme Borough Council for a nominal fee. A volunteer group, Kidsgrove Community Interest Organisationis currently working with the borough council on bringing some of the centre back into use. Tonight looks set to be dry with clear spells and patchy cloud cover with highs of 8C 46F. It will be cloudy today with some showers but also sunny spells later and highs of 13C 55F.
There are showers around in the West Midlands - here's how the weather for tonight and tomorrow's looking:. To get a forecast for your area at any other time, head to the BBC Weather website. It's started off cloudy and rainy for much of the West Midlands today but that could change later on, here's the full forecast for today:. If you want a latest weather forecast for your area at any other time, head to the BBC Weather website.
Rain is expected to work its way in from the Tamworth england women through tonight, with a few heavy bursts of rain and lows of 11C 52F. A man has been found guilty of manslaughter after his victim later died of brain injuries following a confrontation at a McDonald's in Tamworth. Staffordshire Police said Kelly had been Tamworth england women as "drunk and angry at everyone" by one witness at the takeaway on Ventura Park in Tamworth on 22 January.