An inquiry has been demanded into a security breach which saw a member of the public collide with the Prime Minister and his protection team.

The man, understood to be on his way to a local gym, ran up to David Cameron outside Leeds Civic Hall, where the Prime Minister had been speaking at an event.

The 28-year-old jogged across the street towards the Prime Minister, but police stepped in to stop him as Mr Cameron got into a waiting vehicle.

Video footage of the incident showed the Prime Minister apparently brace himself as the man approached at speed, before a bodyguard intervened to grapple with the man.

One witness said Mr Cameron 'sidestepped' the man in a 'lovely little move'.

Around 70 memorials at a Sandwell cemetery have been wrecked with many having their precious contents strewn over the ground in a vile vandal attack.

Sandwell Council staff at Rowley Regis Cemetery and Crematorium made the grim discovery today (Monday 13 October).

Around 70 memorials in the Garden of Remembrance have had their fascias ripped off and in many cases the contents scattered all over the ground.

NHSDudley MP Ian Austin has warned that local hospitals could face huge bills when the Government cuts central contracts for IT.

Following the current Government’s decision to scrap a central contract with Microsoft in 2010, individual NHS trusts will soon have to purchase and document software purchases themselves.

Industry experts have warned that NHS trusts are “in Microsoft’s sights” and could face hefty fees if found to be using software they have not paid for.

Speaking in the House of Commons today, Austin slammed the Government for failing to meet its immigration target and cutting the number of people turned away at the border.

 

Years 7 and 8 school children across Birmingham, Solihull and the Black Country are being offered a free nasal spray vaccine to protect them from flu. This immunisation is part of an NHS England and Public Health England pilot scheme in partnership with NHS trusts and local schools.

In preparation for the winter months ahead, the free nasal spray is being offered in schools this term.

Flu is a highly contagious illness that spreads rapidly through the coughs and sneezes of people who are carrying the virus. Immunising all school children in years 7 and 8 should help stop the spread of the virus through the school, and to friends and family members who may be more vulnerable to its effects.