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The Met Office has issued a severe weather warning for tomorrow evening, with 20-30mm of rain expected to fall within three to four hours.
The yellow warning for rain stretches from 17:00 GMT to 23:59 GMT and is likely to affect drivers during tomorrow evening's rush hour.
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Some 2.6% of “economically active” people - those aged over 16 - in the South West of England were unemployed in the three months to September, latest figures show.
The figure is lower than the UK figure of 3.8%.
However, UK wage growth has slowed and the figures showed the biggest annual drop in job vacancies in nearly 10 years, according to the Office for National Statistics (ONS).
The ONS said this was down to falling numbers of people working in retail, after the collapse of several store chains and the implementation of shop closure programmes by other firms.
The 100th Armistice Day is being marked across the world today - with several services taking place at war memorials across the West.
Ceremonies will be taking place at 11am at places like Bath Abbey churchyard, Royal Victoria Park and the Radstock war memorial.
In Bristol, the annual service to remember rugby players who died in the First World War takes place at the Memorial Gates, and at Castle Park, there's a ceremony to remember the Sikh Soldiers who lost their lives in both World Wars and the Boer War.
An 18-year-old man from north Wiltshire is due to be sentenced today for killing a teenage girl from Calne.
Ellie Gould, a Year 12 pupil at Hardenhuish School in Chippenham, was stabbed by Thomas Griffiths at a house in Springfield Drive, Calne, Wiltshire on 3 May.
Lifting an order banning the naming of Griffiths, the judge described it as an "exceptionally grave crime".
Drivers in the Chippenham and Corsham areas are being warned about delays on the M4 and A350 roads, from this afternoon until the end of the month.
Wiltshire Police said an abnormal load will leave the M4 at J17, between 1pm and 2pm, and then travel along the A350 towards Chippenham - before travelling along the A4 to Westwells Road, Corsham.
This is one of a series of abnormal loads that will run either daily or on alternate days along the same route until the end of November.
The next phase of survey work around the A303 at Stonehenge starts today.
It's all part of Highways England's proposed upgrade of the road between Amesbury and Berwick Down.
The ground investigation work is being done to prevent any delay in construction - if permission is given.
Drivers are being warned to expect delays.
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Lorry driver Paul Cloak described seeing a "black blur" as he was overtaken by the sports car.
A school girl from Salisbury has been honoured for her generosity to police officers as they manned cordons after the Novichok poisonings.
Margot MacDonald-Dobin, aged eight, chatted and brought refreshments to officers at Elizabeth Gardens, which was cordoned off after Dawn Sturgess and Charlie Rowley were exposed to the nerve agent, in June 2018.
Margot has been rewarded with a certificate of appreciation, by Wiltshire Police.
Wiltshire Police say they are appealing for witness to an assault where a 23-year-old man was reportedly hit over the head with a spanner.
The assault happened at approximately 12:50 BST in Cirencester Way, Swindon on October 10.
Police say both men had bikes with them at the time, and the offender left towards Gorse Hill.
Overflowing bins are attracting rats and flies say neighbours living near the row of uncollected rubbish waste on Bond Street in Trowbridge.
Locals have called for something to be done to clear up the mess outside flats in the Old Rose’s Bakery on Bond Street, which bin men now refuse to take.
The management company which run the flats on behalf of the landlord has been told to sort out the mess by the council, who this week put its foot down after receiving complaints.
Bin men can refuse to take refuse if bin lids are not properly closed on bin days. However after not getting collected, the waste situation has been left to get worse and worse.
Brian Francis lives nearby and said: “Wiltshire Council needs to empty the bins and then provide education to the residents so that the problem does not happen again. Instead they are issuing court orders or similar, which the residents don’t understand.
"There is a total lack of understanding and empathy from the council and the rest of the community is suffering as a result due to rats and smells.”
A Wiltshire Council spokesman said: “Our contractors cannot safely empty bins which are overflowing.
"We have been working with the management company who own the property and they are arranging for the bins and the bin store to be cleared and are making plans to avoid a similar incident in the future.
"We will continue to work with the management company involved and monitor the situation.”
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Radio Bristol: First Bus says it has deployed extra Metrobuses on the M1 route to address recent reports of over-crowding. Passengers have told the BBC they're frequently unable to get on the service because they're full up by the time they arrive at their stop.
BBC Somerset: A mother from West Somerset has been on hunger strike in Taunton to try and raise awareness of climate change. Penny Holmes - who's a member of the group Extinction Rebellion - hasn't eaten since Sunday lunchtime and has been peacefully protesting on the high street.
BBC Gloucestershire: A secondary school in Gloucester is warning parents about the dangers of fake social media accounts.It follows several reports of pupils at Severn Vale School in Quedgely being contacted by an adult posing as a teenager online.
BBC Wiltshire: A warrant's been issued for the arrest of a man for the manslaughter of a woman at a slapping therapy workshop in Wiltshire. Danielle Carr-Gomm, 71, died at Cleeve House near Melksham in 2016 during the controversial therapy - to help her deal with her diabetes.
A charge of manslaughter has been issued following the death of a woman in Seend.
Danielle Carr-Gomm, aged 71, died at Cleeve House, on October 20, 2016.
The Crown Prosecution Service have now authorised a charge of gross negligence manslaughter against Hongchi Xiao, aged 56, whose registered address is in California.
A warrant for his arrest was issued at Salisbury Magistrates Court on October 4.
Two other people arrested at the time of the incident have been released with no further action.