TOP STORIES: Drug dealers jailed after £500K cocaine find and Birmingham University begins to unlock the secrets of Covid
Two drug dealers have been jailed for a total of thirteen years after being found with cocaine worth £500,000.
Simon Padgett and Dean Stone were caught after using the hard shoulder of the M6 on November 5 last year. After a chase and when stopped the drugs were found. At Birmingham Crown Court Pagett, from Dartford Road, was jailed for seven years and Stone, from Burgh Way, for six years.
Scientists at the University of Birmingham have revealed they may have unlocked the reasons for long Covid. Their research has revealed that many patients with coronavirus produce immune responses that attack their body's own tissues or organs. Their findings will help the recovery of Covid patients,
A Birmingham pub has been voted the best real ale pub in the city. The Jewellers Arms in Hockley was awarded the prestigious CAMRA Gold award for its "wide range of different beers kept in top condition"
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