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Hello and welcome to Midlands Today with Nick Owen and Suzanne Virdee.

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The headlines tonight: Our school is beyond repair - desperate

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parents take their plea to Downing Street. We were promised it in 2009.

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It is now nearly the end of 2011. The care home where plants,

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children and animals are helping Alzheimer's patients to ditch the

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drugs. Parents appeal after a teenage couple run away together.

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It does not matter what has happened. It does not matter what

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the circumstances. Just come home. And the best fun you can have on

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three wheels, as Morgan cars Good evening and welcome to

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Thursday's Midlands Today. This morning, schoolchildren travelled

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to Downing Street to try to get a school fit for them to learn in.

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They handed in a 3,000-signature petition asking for their leaking

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and damp school buildings to be rebuilt. The pupils and parents

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from Richard Lee primary in Coventry say it's no longer fit for

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purpose. Teachers from the school also met Education Minister Lord

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Hill, but they left London Sunshine at seven, and optimism was

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in the air as two coach loads of pupils, parents and teachers from

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Richard Lee Primary School in the Wyken area of Coventry head for

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We're on the front page of the papers again. The ceiling collapsed

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a couple of weeks ago. We had a class told in the corridor for

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several weeks. The school probably has a shelf-life of three to five

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years. We do not have the money to build a new school. We need the

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Government to release their funding to the Council Sobhi Council can

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rebuild. Eight year olds Georgie and Harvey have been chosen to hand

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in a 3,000-signature petition to Prime Minister David Cameron,

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demanding a new school. I hope they say they might do it. It would be

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really nice. In London, and part of the delegation were joined by their

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local MP Bob Ainsworth, who'd arranged for them to meet Education

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Minister Lord Hill so they could argue their case. But afterwards,

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they were left a little deflated. We were not exactly expecting a big

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bag of cash. We have not been given any certainty. We still do not know

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when the rebuild will happen. it was time to head for Downing

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Street, the weather almost mirroring the mood. After what

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seemed like an age waiting for security checks in the pouring rain,

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the children finally made it through the world's most famous

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door, where they handed over their petition. We want to get a new

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school. It is cold. When I was little by dad said I was going to a

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fantastic school. It was so popular. Now I have grown up a little bit, I

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have discovered that it is not so fantastic. The boiler is break --

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is broken. Little kids have to get a taut and the corridors. It is not

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fair. The mood has changed since that meeting. They travel back to

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Coventry a little less optimistic. This afternoon, the Government

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issued a statement. There was no promise of a new school, but they

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did say they were looking at the findings of a review into the

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country's worst schools - a very small silver lining on a dark cloud

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We're joined now by Bob Ainsworth, the Labour MP for Coventry North

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East. The school clearly in a terrible state, and it can't have

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happened overnight. Why didn't your Government sort this before it got

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to this stage? We have rebuilt a lot of schools in Coventry. Richard

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Lee was forced to wait while other schools which needed additional

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places were built. Some schools had roofs collapse. Richard Lee was

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right at the top of the programme. It was the very next to be built.

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Clearly recognised as being in the worst condition. The cap as a

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programme has been slashed. -- the capital programme. It has been

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slashed because there was no money left after your Government? It has

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been massively slashed. Coventry has only got �11 million for the

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entire city. It will take 10 million to rebuild Richard Lee,

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leaving absolutely nothing for the secondary sector in Coventry, or

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for the rest of the primary sector. There is no money, is there?

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cannot argue that we spend too much money and that we spend too little

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money at the same time. We do spend too little and did not repair

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schools like Richard Lee, or we spend too much and there was not

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enough left. Which is it? Make up your mind. Still to come in

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tonight's programme, the ups and downs of the band of UB40 as a row

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A medical trial involving Alzheimer's patients has brought

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into question the need for mind altering drugs. Almost half the

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patients at one home were taking the drugs. But when they were given

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close contact with animals, plants and children, the need for those

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drugs was virtually eliminated. It's being seen as the way forward

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for the treatment of Alzheimer's, as Michele Paduano has been finding

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Brownies regularly keep their promise to help people. Not what

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you're used to in a care home, but according out pictures of things

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they have done helps to stimulate the elderly. I can join in. The

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children are lovely. 10 Hepburn was on a range of drugs for Alzheimer's.

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Not any more. Rico macro here every day. We can still have some quality

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of life. Whereas before I thought my life was over. I was down in the

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dumps. All of a sudden I jumped out of it. 21 patients used to take

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mind-altering drugs. But now there is just one. A another lady we have

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here at the moment lungs to take the rap for a walk. -- likes to

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take the rap. Dash macro Rabbit. You can see the enjoyment on her

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face. It costs nothing. Implementing this alternative has

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made such a difference to staff and residents. Academics say it is

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obvious. The problem says overworked staff become jaded.

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more like real life you can make things, the better it is.

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Interaction with animals and children turns what could be an

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artificial closed setting into something that is more like

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everyday life. It is more than a little birdie that says this

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approach is better. We're joined now by David Ash from the

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Alzheimer's Society This is an incredible turnaround - how did

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this treatment come about? Really simply, the treatment is about

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trying to stimulate people in care homes. Often these environments can

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be quite sterile. Lots of people on anti-psychotic drugs, which means

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they are not as physically mobile as they can be. By stimulating

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people, they can have a more fulfilling life. It is not really

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expensive things. Could it be more expensive to implement this

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treatment? There are 180,000 people in the UK being prescribed anti-

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psychotic drugs. Most of those are in appropriate, according to

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research. The cost of not prescribing those drugs could be

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easily invested in good training for carers. This is not expensive.

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It is basic understanding of people with dementia. It is not just

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understanding them as a manger. It is understanding the individual. --

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dementia. I would like to see this in all care homes. Anti-psychotic

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drugs need to go. People need to be stimulated. They would be better

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off. The parents of two missing teenagers from the Black Country

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have pleaded with them to get in touch. 15-year-old Charlotte Ford

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is thought to have run away with her boyfriend, Luke Jarvis, who's

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16 today. Sarah Falkland reports. Where were they going and why?

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Charlotte Ford and her boyfriend Luke Jarvis caught on CCTV at

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Dudley bus station on the evening of Sunday 26 June. It's the last

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anyone has seen of them. It does not matter what has happened. It

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does not matter what the circumstances are, just come home.

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I really miss you. Charlotte's mother says her daughter had split

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from Look two months ago. Charlotte then moved from Wordsley near

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Stourbridge to live her aunt in Wales. They were together and then

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they were not. It is just their age. Luke should have been celebrating

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his 16th birthday today. We are all worried about you. Not just us, the

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entire family. Think about what you're doing. We will celebrate

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your birthday together as a family. I am hopeful about the fact it is

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his birthday will provide another opportunity for look to make

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contact with some of his friends and that they will be responsible

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enough to notify either of the Police or his family where he is,

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and help us to get in touch with him. Police say it is unusual for

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young teenagers to go missing for such a long time. There are asking

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anybody in Tipton, Bilston or Dudley to check their garage as or

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out houses. One report police are investigating is that the couple

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were seen yesterday in Prestatyn in North Wales. They're asking anyone

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with any information about Charlotte or Luke to call police at

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Sandwell Hospital has failed standards for dignity and nutrition

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in a Care Quality Commission investigation. On one Ward the

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system for identifying patients who needed help was not working. It

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also found Patients warned that adequately covered for decency and

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some areas were not a single sex. am very confident this is not the

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situation. The report shows that three out of the four words had

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adequate standard of care. -- awards. We're confident... It has

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been the last day of the public inquiry into higher than

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anticipated deaths at Stafford Hospital. The inquiry is going into

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recess for eight weeks because the chairman needs an urgent medical

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procedure. The hearings will resume in September. One of the biggest

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band Birmingham has ever produced found itself embroiled in a court

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case today. Five original members of UB40 were facing a bankruptcy

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hearing. It was expected that a judge would make a final decision

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surrounding the finances of the record label behind the band, Dep

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International. A petition for bankruptcy has been filed by

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creditors. Lindsay Doyle reports. They have been portrayed as an icon

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for the British working class. UB40 were named after a document issued

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to people claiming unemployment benefit at the time they formed in

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1978. There have been many highs over the last 30 years, but today

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was one of the lows when representatives of five members of

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the reggae band appeared before Birmingham County Court for the

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bankruptcy hearing. For the sake of clarity, they are not bankrupt and

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they are not intending to become bankrupt. The legal action is

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focussing on their record label Dep International. Each of the band

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members were directors of the company which went into

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administration in 2006. The creditors have been trying to get

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some money back. When frontman Ali Campbell left the band in 2008, he

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claimed the main reason was concerns about the band's finances.

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Even when I got independent accountants to ask for the

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information, I still did not get it. When you're getting letters from

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the Inland Revenue to say that you were being investigated, that is

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frightening. UB 40 -- UB40 played their first concert here in 1979.

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They went on to sell 70 million records, the most successful of

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reggae act ever. No final decision was made in court this morning, a

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decision welcomed by the band's legal team Full details of how the

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band have ended up this position are expected to come to light after

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the court proceedings are completed. Each of them will continue to

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dispute the amounts claimed in these proceedings. If Bancroft

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proceedings are issued following this hearing, we will vigorously

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oppose them. -- bankruptcy proceedings. But whatever happens

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in the courts, UB40 will carry on Still ahead, and you look for a

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Birmingham's Alexander Stadium. -- and you look for Birmingham's

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Alexander Stadium. And how much longer can the rain and showers

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More than 20 vulnerable elderly people face being made homeless,

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and the 36 staff who help care for them will become jobless, with the

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closure of a residential home. It's been run by a charity for 20 years.

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But a series of complex issues is forcing it to shut. The trustees

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who give up their time to run the home say the decision has been

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difficult and painful. Joanne Writtle takes up the story. They

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face moving from a care home they love. These women - here with

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family and friends - are among 24 residents of The Chestnuts in Ross-

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on-Wye searching for somewhere else to live. Absolutely disgusted, I am.

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It is my home. It is terrible. Great grandmother Hazel Childs is

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regularly taken out by her daughters. She's been here for nine

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years. The staff at are lovely. She loves the staff. She treats them

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like her children and grandchildren. It is so upsetting. Volunteer

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trustees have run the home for 20 years, ever since the local

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authority announced it was to close. But the lease ends in September.

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The charity pays a nominal �8,000 rent to Herefordshire Council. The

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local authority wants to double that, though the market value would

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be far more - an estimated �70,000. Complex changes in policy

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nationally on adult care are also among the reasons for closure. The

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trustees say this home is a fine example of a community taking

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responsibility for services. The situation they are now in makes

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them wonder what the so-called big society is all about. With falling

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funding and the need for the local authority to make the most of us at

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this, the running of the home will have become more commercial. --

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make the most of its assets. It is awful. The residents are like

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family. Herefordshire Council says it's been in talks with the

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trustees for some time. trustees are in a position where

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they feel that they cannot continue operating in the way they are

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operating. This family and everybody we spoke to said this

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home was excellent. But it could close very soon. You can see why

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that care home could be seen as an example of the Big Society in

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action. So what would its closure say now for the Government's Big

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Idea? Patrick Burns is here with us. Patrick, the Big Society seems to

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be shrinking before our eyes? there is a textbook answer to that.

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It is called the big society by Jessie Norman, the Conservative MP

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whose constituency includes Ross- on-Wye. No guarantee that homes

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like that will not close. What Jessie Norman would say is that the

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threat of closure may trigger local business interests to devise their

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own home-grown strategies to find a solution, in a way that top-down

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solutions, bureaucratic solutions, demand less on a ship from local

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people. -- ownership. But when you see what's happening there in Ross-

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on-Wye and elsewhere, people are bound to say the Big Society is no

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more than an excuse invented by David Cameron to justify public

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sector cuts? To which the Government would say that one of

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the first places he came to as leader of the opposition six years

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ago was Balsall Heath, where local community activists worked together

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to get prostitution off the streets. The fastest man in the world this

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year will lead a star-studded field at Birmingham's first ever Diamond

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League athletics meeting this weekend. And it's hoped this could

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be just the start for the city after a �12 million redevelopment

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of the Alexander Stadium. A major summer championships could be next.

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Nick Clitheroe reports. This is the crowning glory of the redevelopment

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at the Alexander Stadium, a 5.000- seater stand on the back straight

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of the Birmingham venue. Why is it so important? Well without it they

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wouldn't be staging Sunday's Grand Prix, which is part of the Diamond

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League series for the finest athletes in the world. It has to be

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the best in the world. That is the whole thing about being in the

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Diamond League series. It is the best athletes. In some of the

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events it can be stronger than the Olympic final. There is a fantastic

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view for the spectators. And that ground level, very impressive. And

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it's very popular too with the British athletes who've made this

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stadium their home over the years. It is amazing. It is beginning to

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look like a proper world-class stadium. It has always been a great

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venue. The added bonus of the stand, now we can attract world-class

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championships. It was the first place I came to, to watch the

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Olympic trials. I became captivated by it. I have been to the Diamond

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League in Doha and a New York. This place will have a much better

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atmosphere. The redevelopment has also seen the stadium brought up to

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international standards for track and field. That leaves the stadium

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ready to bid for a European Championships in the future. But

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the first treat for a sell-out crowd on Sunday will be to see the

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true stars of world athletics in You can hear more about that on BBC

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WM tomorrow morning when Phil Upton at Breakfast will be talking live

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to the President of the Jamaican athletics team, who'll be based in

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Britain's newest car took to the roads today, and with only three

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wheels, the new Morgan is something of a throwback. Back in 1909, the

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Worcestershire company's founder, Harry Morgan, designed his first

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car, a three-wheeled runabout, and many more were to follow. Three

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wheelers seem to be linked with this region. It was in Tamworth

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that Reliant turned out their cars in big numbers. Fondly recalled by

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many owners but the butt of jokes too. Remember Del Boy's Reliant in

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Only Fools and Horses? But now Morgan has returned to its heritage

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with a three wheeler that will put a smile on your face for all the

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right reasons, as our business correspondent Peter Plisner has

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been finding out. OK, driving with goggles on doesn't quite do it for

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me - but the car certainly does. Despite having fewer wheels than

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conventional vehicles the new Morgan 3 drives extremely well. It

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represents something of warp back in time for the Malvern-based car

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maker. This rare footage shows the original Morgan three wheeler being

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put through its paces in a hill climbing competition. This is one

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of the originals. It was designed and built in the 1930s. This is the

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modern version. The company has stayed true to its tradition. At

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the factory the first cars are already being built - they're

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expecting to build around 400 each year. It has still got a lot of

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charm. It does not take itself too seriously. It is a proper sports

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car. You can have a real laugh in it. And that's exactly what members

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of the motoring press were doing today at Malvern. By all accounts

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they like what they saw. Modern cars are too sanitised. They are

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covered in safety and luxury. This strips of --. We are ahead of

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Lotus... For Morgan's Chief Executive, the new model has to

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potential to deliver a new younger market to the 100-year-old brand,

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with 500 pre-orders already on the books. I think where it is quite

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interesting is it is like motorbike quarter a little bit. The sales in

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motorbikes have actually increased enormously over the past 10 years.

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We hope that the three-wheeler is a bit like that. Like previous cars

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from Morgan, it should be in great demand. And Peter joins us now. So

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when are we going to see these Morgan Threes on the road, Peter?

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At the moment they are in the pre- production stage. Full production

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starts in September. Only then will you start to see these cars

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appearing in the showrooms. Having driven the car today, I can say

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that it probably will sell very well. It is pretty efficient. It

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does 45-50 miles to the gallon. It will make it popular and good news

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for the company. Good news for the West Midlands. The majority of

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parts are made here in this region. Good news for the components of

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firms who have suffered in the recession. How much will they cost?

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And do you get the goggles? It is cheaper than the average Morgan.

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Starting price around �25,000. The average Morgan around 30,000 to

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40,000. Most of them will be Now the weather. We were definitely

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over credit by showers. Plenty of them around. Things are improving

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over the weekend. Temperatures will pick up slightly. Currently we are

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caught up in the workings of this low-pressure. Once it moves to the

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North East by the weekend, the way will be clear for a brighter and

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better weather. At the moment we are plodding the same path. Still

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some showers out there at the moment. The next sign of activity

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will be just after midnight as this next band of rain hit in from the

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West. Heavy pulses of rain overnight. By the end of the night

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it will reach eastern part of the patch. Temperatures dropping to 20

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Celsius. It will feel cooler. Tomorrow morning the rain heads

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east words. It will increase in the east. It will be a wet start.

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Almost a seamless transition from that rain Clearing to a rush of

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showers. Some could be heavy and thundery. There will be sunshine in

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between raising the temperature has to 20 Celsius. Once again it will

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be a windy day. As for the weekend, we have got some dry weather on a

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wave. Showers on Saturday. The sunshine will take the temperatures

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A look at tonight's main headlines: The News of the World - the

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newspaper at the centre of the phone hacking allegations - is to

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close. It will print its last edition this Sunday. And pupils go

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