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The Labour candidate for the Stoke-on-Trent Central
by-election, Gareth Snell, says he'll stand behind party
leader Jeremy Corbyn, despite previously calling him
Mr Corbyn was in the Potteries today to drum up support ahead
He's a man with two by-elections on his hands.
Jeremy Corbyn was in Hanley today, for one reason.
Go out there, convince people to vote for Gareth to be
Go out there, and get the support for him!
Labour's candidate Gareth Snell is a local councillor,
This election is going to be fought toe-to-toe with Ukip.
Jeremy is the leader, I will be supporting him,
he will be supporting me, and on the 23rd February I
look forward to being elected to Parliament.
And in the purple corner, Ukip's Paul Nuttall also set
There's no doubt that this is Labour's seat to lose.
The challenge on February 23rd will be getting voters
In the 2015 general election, this constituency had one
I didn't even know there was anything going on!
I knew we were due for one, I didn't know when it was exactly.
With the window for nominations still open,
But Keira the collie has already made hers.
Emma Thomas, BBC Midlands Today, Stoke-on-Trent.
And a full list of all candidates for the Stoke Central by-election
is available on the BBC News website.
And of course there'll be more on the Sunday Politics
from 11:00am tomorrow morning, here on BBC One.
A man's been arrested in Belgium in connection with the murder
of a man who was shot in West Bromwich.
33-year-old Carl Campbell was killed as he sat in a car
Police say a 24-year-old man was detained earlier this month
and his extradition to the UK is being arranged.
Two other men have already appeared in court charged with murder.
It's been revealed a plane was in a near miss with a drone,
just 500 feet above a primary school.
The aircraft was on its final approach into Birmingham Airport
last September when the pilot spotted the device hovering
The UK Airprox Board said despite the near-miss,
the flight was able to go on to land.
Police have been unable to locate the drone, or its operator.
The police watchdog says it's investigating an officer who pulled
In football, Wolves are through to the fifth round of the FA Cup
after a thrilling 2-1 victory over Liverpool at Anfield.
The visitors took the lead after just 53 seconds.
Richard Stearman left unmarked to head in Helder Costa's free-kick.
Costa then set up Andreas Weimann, who calmly doubled Wolves'
Liverpool scored late on to set up a frantic finale, but Wolves held
We knew what we had to do coming here, we know
Whoever it was we played, it was going to be a top, top team.
We knew what we had to do, we had a game plan, we went into it,
We've got such pace up front with Weimann, Costa and Nouha.
It was one of those games where we really came out on top.
Meanwhile in the Championship, Birmingham's poor run continues,
In League One, Walsall drew 3-3 with Bury.
It finished Gillingham 1-1 Shrewsbury.
Coventry remain rock bottom after a 3-0 defeat at Northampton.
And Port Vale were beaten 3-2 by Scunthorpe.
In League Two, Cheltenham's game at Crewe ended goalless.
And in the National League, a win for Solihull Moors,
Finally, in rugby's Anglo-Welsh Cup Wasps
And Worcester were beaten 28-22 by Harlequins.
It's been quite a miserable day for most across the region.
Here's Alex Hamilton with the latest forecast.
We've had a mixed bag so far this weekend,
We've got a messy array of fronts coming in our direction,
As for tonight, we will have some clearer spells at times,
but more showers moving across the region.
A few mist patches here and there, and a chance of some frost forming,
and icy patches as well on untreated routes.
Tomorrow morning, some mist patches in place,
brighter spells here and there in between the showers.
Later on in the afternoon, more rain moving across the region,
I'll leave you with the outlook, things are turning milder,
but more unsettled over the course of the weekend.
We'll be back tomorrow evening at 6:20pm.
Until then, enjoy the rest of your weekend.
Hello. If you don't like the cold weather, it certainly felt a lot
better for you today, at least across the southern half of the UK.
Still pretty chilly in northern areas, even some sleet. When we see
this transition from one type of weather to another, we get a lot of
variable weather. That's what we've had today that is what is on the way
tomorrow. Sunshine and showers today, and tomorrow will be quite a
mix as well. Lots of clouds in the Atlantic ready to come our way. The
short term, just bits and spots of rain in the western areas, some rain
in the North least. Cold enough for some ice to form in Northern
Ireland, northern England and parts of Scotland. In the south it should
be frost free, all in advance of this weather front which will spoil
the weather for many of us across the southern half of the UK