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About West Midlands
The West Midlands is a metropolitan county in western-central England with a 2014 estimated population of 2,808,356, making it the second most populous county in England after Greater London.
Beekeepers 'run out of equipment' as swarms rise
...By Oprah FlashBBC News, West MidlandsBeekeepers say they have been running out of equipment to catch a rise in bee swarms after a bout of warm weather...
Elaina Rose Aziz drowned in bath after parents took drugs
...By Caroline GallBBC News, West MidlandsThe parents of a one-year-old baby have been jailed after she drowned when she was left unsupervised in a bath...
Metropolitan Police: VIP abuse inquiry officer faces gross misconduct investigation
... The force added that, in January this year, it arranged for West Midlands Police to consider all relevant material relating to the two complainants and advise on further investigation...
First UK death linked to 'zombie' drug xylazine
... Bought heroin Karl Warburton, form Solihull, West Midlands, died in May 2022 at home and had a history of illicit drug use, according to the coroner s report...
Alfie Steele injuries from ‘adult who lost control'
Paris Mayo: Murder-accused mother cuddled and kissed him goodbye, court hears
Levi Davis: Missing rugby player may have drowned, Spanish police say
... Levi s mum Julie Davis, from Solihull in the West Midlands, has previously...
Heidi Crowter to take Down's syndrome case to European Court of Human Rights
...By Vanessa PearceBBC News, West MidlandsA woman with Down s syndrome fighting against abortion laws says she is taking her case to the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR)...
Bullying and toxic environment at Birmingham hospital trust - report
A review has found repeated reports of a bullying and toxic environment at one of England's largest NHS trusts.
The Bewick report was ordered after The Bbc
Its first phase raises concerns around clinical safety, management culture and a reluctance to accept criticism.
The West Midlands NHS Trust said it fully accepted The Report 's recommendations.
The Trust is among the largest in the UK and is responsible for Queen Elizabeth (QE), Heartlands, Good Hope and Solihull hospitals.
A first phase of the rapid review, headed by independent consultants IQ4U and led by Prof Mike Bewick, was published at 11:30 BST on Tuesday.
It highlights three areas of concern:
It also examines the case of Vaish Kumar, 35, a junior doctor at the QE Hospital
Dr Ravi Kumar, her father,
The Report said while steps had been taken to reach out to her family and " develop learning going forward" it added: " The response to an event like this can only partly be met by updated guidelines and policies. . But more significantly [The Trust ] needs a fundamental shift in The Way an organisation demonstrably cares about its staff as people. "Related Topics
Source of news: bbc.com