A temporary control zone has been set up around a premises near Solihull today as officials investigate another suspected case of foot and mouth.

The Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs said the control zone was a "precautionary measure" and the disease had not been confirmed on the site, which is just to the south of Birmingham International Airport.

Animal health officials have carried out an assessment of the animals' clinical symptoms and lab tests are under way, Defra said.