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Welcome to the programme. The headlines: In memory of three men

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who died in the riots - thousands prepare for a peace vigil.

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The hunt for the rioters goes back to the streets with images of

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wanted suspects. We want to show the public we're doing everything

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we can to arrest the suspects. Pulling no punches, professional

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sportsmen and women hoping to give young people some positive role

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models. Life after the riots - how one hairdresser has received

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support from across the UK. They have sent me cards, flowers,

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they are calling me from all over Welcome to the programme. Tonight,

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thousands prepare for a peace vigil in memory of the three men who were

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killed on the streets of Birmingham. The event will take place on Sunday

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after police and community leaders pleaded for marches planned for

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today to be cancelled. The focus of grief is Winson Green, where the

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men died. Mary Rhodes has spent the day there. Another hugely emotional

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day? Yes but after the quite large international media presence here

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yesterday, and the visit of the Chief Constable, things have been a

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lot calmer yesterday. People have continued to pay their respects.

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There was a big turnout to Friday prayers at the mosque here but

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talks of an impromptu March did not materialise. Instead we have heard

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there will be a peace rally taking place at the Park on Sunday at 3pm.

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Friday prayers always have a particularly significance in the

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Muslim community. Today they had an added dimension. Over 1500 attended

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the mosque, three times the usual number. It was a show of strength

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and Union for the families of the three men who were killed in the

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early hours of Wednesday morning. This is just to show gratitude,

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feeling and show support that we are with you. I heard the interview

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of the parents, it was a good and calming day for the local community.

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They had been talk of a March after the prayers that yet again, the

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words of the father of one of the murdered men changed the course of

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action. I don't know who has been spreading the word but there is no

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March, no March know where. If you want to walk, go hiking. Don't do

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it in the name of our sons, I don't want any matches. Instead, a silent

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vigil was held around what has become a makeshift memorial. It was

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here that the two brothers and their friend lost their lives. This

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is where community leaders are hoping people will gather for a

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peaceful rally on Sunday. The organisers say they are hopeful

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that people will share their sense of unity and join them for the

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meeting. As a community, we have to come together, support Sunday and

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then let's build a long-term plan of sustainability for our

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Birmingham together. Given for hundreds of bunches of flowers and

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cards and the strength of feeling here, there's likely to be a large

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crowd at the rally. I understand inquests on the men

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began just a short time ago? Yes, that's right, the inquest was

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opened and adjourned. The coroner said it was an exceptional case,

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adding that he was satisfied with the pathologist's conclusion that

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all injuries were consistent with being in collision with a car. The

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detective superintendent in charge of this case has told us that 70

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officers are working on the case and 60 witness statements have been

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taken. They have significant CCTV footage and they have recovered a

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car believed to be involved in the incident 200 yards from here and it

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was burnt out. There have also recovered another vehicle they

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believe may have been involved in the incident. They say it is highly

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likely police will apply for more time to question the three men may

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have arrested on suspicion of murder. Word is spreading of the

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peace rally due to take place on Sunday at 3pm. That is likely to

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attract a huge number of people away from this community and far

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beyond. There will be a news special on

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Sunday afternoon live from Somerfield Park and presented by

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Adrian Goldberg. Nine more offenders from this

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week's riots and looting are now in prison after courts sat again last

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night. 85 defendants have been through the legal system here so

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far. Meanwhile, pictures of people still wanted by police are being

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displayed on a large mobile TV screen in Birmingham. Over the next

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two days, the van will be driven around the city centre in the hope

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people will come forward to identify them.

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These are some of the faces being hunted by police in Birmingham. Now,

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thousands of people are being urged to help. At six metres high, you

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cannot miss it and it is certainly catching the attention of people

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here in Birmingham today. I think it's really good. People will

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recognise these people and bring them to justice. It is a good way

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of catching people. They cannot do anything else, this is the only

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thing they can do. It is a good thing because if the people there

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are doing it, they will see themselves. It is an unusual tactic

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but it has got support. It is important that the public comes

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together to support each other's community and saying that any act

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that destabilise his communities should not be supported in any way.

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In the last 24 hours, more than 500 people have contacted officers with

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information about the images. helps us to arrest offenders a lot

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quicker, we can retrieve evidence sooner and we have more opportunity

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to have successful prosecutions through the courts.

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Magistrates' Court in Birmingham is on standby this weekend should more

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arrests be made. Volunteer prosecutors have also come forward

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to help cover the cases. If there is an arrest tonight, I would

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expect them to be put before the court tomorrow morning and could be

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dealt with straight away. With more arrests expected, the courts could

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be busy through to Monday morning. Katie joins us now live from

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Birmingham city centre. A sense of normality appears to be returning?

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Yes, you only have to look around and there are lots of people around

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here shopping. The building has decided to stay open until 8pm

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tonight. There does seem to be a sense of normality, apart from the

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police presence behind us. The van is still there, there are planning

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to move it at some point? It was supposed to move this evening out

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of the Bristol Road to catch commuters as they go home from work.

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The police decided to keep it here at the Bull Ring because of its

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prime location. They have had such a good response. It will also be

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here tomorrow. It will have the potential to be seen by thousands

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of other people. Thousands of police officers have

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been on the frontline of the battle to restore order to our streets all

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week. Leave has been cancelled and officers have been working shifts

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of 12 hours on and 12 hours off since rioting started on Monday. So

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what has it been like on the streets for those officers? Earlier

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I spoke to Andy Gilbert, chairman of the West Midlands Police

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Federation and I began by asking him how morale was now among

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officers. I can tell you that officers are feeling absolutely

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exhausted but they are determined to see this job through and make

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sure all those involved are brought to justice. They should also be

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feeling proud because their efforts were absolutely outstanding.

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Courage and commitment has been shown and that work is still going

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on. Tell us more about what sort of danger they have faced because we

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have heard terrible stories with people with knives at there. They

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have been people with weapons and missiles, this has been a very

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dangerous situation. I think the police have dealt with that

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commendably and I am very proud to represent those officers. Some

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officers have been injured? People will get injured but by flu, not

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seriously. The big talk at the moment in Parliament is cuts and of

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course you force, like any other, is facing cuts as well. In the

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light of the last few days, can you afford to have these cuts happen?

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We to be able to cope without those officers? In 2015, they will be

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16,000 police officers in this country. The situation has changed

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since the spending review so the Government must change their mind

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now. I understand there is an argument that policing is not just

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about the numbers game but when you are dealing with serious public

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disorder, serious criminality like this, it is about numbers. We have

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seen that on the streets at the West Midlands where the numbers of

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police have gone up massively, can you continue at that level? At the

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moment, we can but obviously these cuts were over a period of time and

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when we get to the end of 2015, there will be a substantial amount

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less police officers in this country. Police officers have been

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working 12 hours shift its continuously, they must be

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exhausted. What has morale been like before all this happened

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because they were facing losing their jobs? Before this started,

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morale was at rock bottom and that is to do with this government's

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fragmented approach to policing. They don't understand policing and

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they don't understand police officers but it is not just the

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carriage, those people working behind the scenes. We have

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detectives working around the clock, people in control rooms, custody

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sergeants and staff working really hard and the front line relies on

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as people and that is where the government don't understand how we

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do business. The Home Secretary has banned an

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English Defence League march through a Shopshire town amid fears

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of disorder. Businesses in Telford were today still boarding up their

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premisies ahead of the weekend. Theresa May said she had stopped

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the march to protect communities and properties. Telford Council had

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made the request on the advice of West Mercia Police.

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Absolutely delighted that the Home Secretary has agreed with us to ban

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the march. The application went yesterday and she dealt with that

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of a night. She has come out in agreement with us and I would like

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to reassure our community that the police and the council have a full

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operation in place to keep our streets safe.

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Sport can play a big part in helping to rebuild communities.

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That has been highlighted today by football and boxing figures here in

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the Midlands. Former British champion Wayne Elcock works with

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hundreds of underprivileged youngsters while Birmingham City

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old boy Michael Johnson says he is convinced that youngsters can be

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turned away from crime by positive sporting role models.

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It is a simple solution according to Wayne Elcock - keeping kids

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active and occupied the keep them out of trouble. Discipline, respect,

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loyalty and channelling their aggression. The former British

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middleweight champion from Birmingham works with up to 60

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youngsters a day. He takes his box clever classes to underprivileged

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areas and has been amazed by the results so far. It is keeping me of

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the streets, I have improved my fit this. I have improved my confidence.

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I want to be a boxer. At Stone in Staffordshire, the Right Stuff

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boxing club was set up by a policeman Andy Whitehall to keep

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kids off the streets. In three years, there's over 300 members at

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five clubs and in these areas they say they have seen a reduction in

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anti-social behaviour. At Handsworth in Birmingham,

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footballer Darren Moore has worked with some of the most

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underprivileged youngsters in the Midlands for 10 years. His charity,

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Faith and Football, helps 600 children and their families every

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week. Darren's close friend and former Birmingham City player

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Michael Johnson grew up in this deprived area of Nottingham. He

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runs three sport and education projects for youngsters. The cuts

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that are happening, the youngsters are getting disgruntled, they have

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no hope. It is starting to get kids thinking, what will I do next?

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I was a kid, I was always in trouble. A lack of discipline and

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respect. Boxing, for me, it changed my life completely. The sportsmen

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see themselves as positive role models. They say they want the

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government to recognise that sport can provide a path for young people

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to achieve something in life. At critically ill baby is

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recovering after undergoing a liver transplant. The baby, just a month

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old, underwent surgery last night. She is in a stable condition.

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is just lucky to have this window of opportunity and we feel it

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really blessed. She seems to have peaked at exactly the right day,

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five weeks of up and down, a roller-coaster and on the very day

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that they never became available, she seemed to be at her prime.

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Despite the concerns midweek about policing, the Premier League season

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kicks off this weekend. Stoke, Wolves, Aston Villa and West

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Bromwich Albion are all in action. It was exciting, it was

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exhilarating but Wolves last minute escape from relegation is something

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they don't want to repeat. This time they want to steer a course to

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the safe ground of mid-table obscurity. Knowing we could have

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had those 47 points, I feel we can get them this season. But they're

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being careful with their money. Defender Roger Johnson is one of

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just three summer signings. At Aston Villa Charles N'zogbia is

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their most expensive summer signing. But he must fill the space left by

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Ashley Young and Stewart Downing. And he's not even the biggest

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headline grabber. That honour goes to manager Alex Mcleish whose move

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from Birmingham City means he still has some fans to win over. And

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without much money. We don't have any money to spend at the moment

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until we trade so that is the way it is. We have to do some trading

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and be sensible and keep the wages at a certain level. West Bromwich

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Albion are a rare beast. They've made signings such as striker Shane

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Long who's joined from Reading. And they've not had to sell. Under the

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new manager, are being made the most impressive finish to last

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season. Fans expect a lot everywhere. There's hardly a

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manager in the country, at whatever level, that doesn't have a

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situation at the moment where the fans will expect a lot more at the

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club than maybe he or the players think they are capable of

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delivering. And how do Stoke City follow last season? They finished

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13th and reached their first ever FA Cup Final. But they'll have to

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be at their best right from the start. Being in the Premiership,

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you have highs and lows, good runs and that runs but you have to

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understand and recognise that there will be certain periods within that

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season where you know it is going to be very tough. We think the

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beginning of this coming season will be the hardest run of fixtures

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we have had. But for all our Premier League clubs, avoiding

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final day nerves will be target number one.

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A relief to see all those matches being played well we haven't got

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everything on? Telford is still off. They have returned to conference

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level. Because of the English Defence League march, it is off.

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The march has been banned but still too late for football. We have

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Cheltenham against Swindon. Gloucestershire police originally

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said they did not have the resources but things have settled

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down and so they play as planned. have to ask you this, of the

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Premier sides, who should we be looking at, he will be the more

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successful? Stoke have had a great trend over the last three seasons.

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I like the way West Bromwich Albion finished last season and they

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haven't had to sell anyone yet. I like the way they finished, I like

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the signing so I am going to say West Bromwich Albion. We will see.

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Amidst all the turmoil we've been reporting over the past few days,

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it's great to know that some of the good things in life continue as

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normal. Tens of thousands of people have been to the Shrewsbury Flower

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Show today. But this year growers have been faced with the problem of

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topsy turvy climates - a hot April on the back of a freezing winter.

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Joanne Writtle has been to sample the event that's been going on for

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124 years. Shrewsbury Flower Show has been

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attracting crowds with a passion for all things floral for over a

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century. This year though, growers have had something of a challenge.

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A particularly harsh winter, warm spring and recent humidity have

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caused havoc for those trying to keep plants in peak condition for

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judging. Long, cold periods in the winter, very heavy snowfall, very

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quick melt and then the very dry and prolong to spring. Then heat,

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then cold, now humidity. Put all of those things together and plans

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don't know whether they are coming or going. P and J Plants from

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Madley near Hereford lost a fifth of its fly catching plants to the

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weather. I have never had it before, I lost some venus flytraps and

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sometimes the other in a tunnel. One of the original TV gardeners,

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the late Percy Thrower, was the show's horticultural advisor for

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more than 40 years. Now his granddaughter has become the newest

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and youngest member of the Shropshire Horticultural Society: I

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think he would have been really pleased with the show. The gardens

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here are looking beautiful today and that was something that he was

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very proud of, he was part Superintendent here for a few years

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and it was his job to make sure the gardens were maintained and to a

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high standard. For hungry visitors, a gourmet tent packed with local

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produce. Add to that Italian chef Gino D'Acampo to liven up

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proceedings. Though he had more trouble with the name of the town

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he was in. He knows little about flowers or gardening. Whatever I

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plant, somehow later dies! Whatever I can't do in gardening, I wanna

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get up in the kitchen! 60,000 visitors are expected at the show,

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generating an estimated �2.7 million for the local economy. The

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Shropshire Horticultural Society which runs the show is a registered

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charity. And in times of austerity it's interesting to note that the

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event is run almost entirely by volunteers.

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And it's just a two day show, so tomorrow's your last chance to go

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along. Open 10.00am until 10.00pm at night. And did you see the

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aptly-named Paul Gardner in the piece? He grows fly-catching plants.

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It has been at Topsy Turvey summer but we have had lots of sunny

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weather but tonight it will be damned and humid. Tomorrow will be

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better. We have these fronts going through and that cold front which

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means the air behind will be fresher and colour, not as humid as

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it has been. Sunday is a better day. Tonight we have seen the outbreaks

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of rain and milder temperatures. We're looking at those of 15

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degrees Celsius. That is what will keep the humid feeling. Tomorrow,

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less in the way of that but we cannot win it out altogether. We

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should see a full day's play of cricket and some brighter spells,

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too. We're looking at heights of 19 degrees. The breeze is a touch more

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than today. Tomorrow night, clear spells overnight so it is a cooler

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night and a fresher filling night with lows of around 13 Celsius. As

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we go into the rest of the weekend, we're seeing the those fresher

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temperatures, the winds picking up a touch as the going to Sunday.

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Sunday is the best day of the weekend in terms of dryness and

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A look at tonight's main headlines: The police hit back at criticism of

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their response to the riots, insisting that the tactics that

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worked were theirs. And here, thousands are expected at a peace

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vigil on Sunday after three men were killed as they tried to

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protect their local businesses during the riots. Over the last

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week we've seen some of the most disturbing and distressing scenes

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across our region. But out of the horror of it all has come a real

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sense of people coming together in defiance against the rioters. Out

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in the Black Country, just a few days on, it's those who were

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hardest hit who are already fighting back.

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Tuesday afternoon in West Bromwich, a town in turmoil with youths

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rioting on the streets. What a difference three days makes. On

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Tuesday, this area was deserted. They were burning vehicles down the

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road and the shutters on these buildings were down as people head

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inside for their safety. Now it is busy again and it is starting to

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return to normal. One of the most enduring memories was the

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destruction of this catering van and range rover, both owned by

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local businessman Ranjit Dhillon. have to carry on, it is my living.

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I need to work. Have been working all my life, since I was 14 years

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old. Outside the shop, reminders of the violence. Inside the shop,

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business as usual. In Wolverhampton, more defiance. We have been open

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since 8am. While they were cleaning, we were serving customers. We just

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have to get on with it and put it behind you. They will not beat you.

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No way. The CCTV footage says it all. This happened in broad

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daylight just after 5pm in the afternoon. The clear up started on

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Wednesday, now the rebuilding can begin. You can see that the blood

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is all over, somebody has cut themselves and the blood has sorted

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out. I hope they have gone to hospital to get treatment and I

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hope they are well. I hope they have also learned their lesson, not

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to do this again. You have to admire the humility of the man

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whose business was cleaned out. The Prime Minister has been to meet him.

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For every villain, there have been hundreds in the Troubles, there are

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plenty of heroes. The wheeze Johnson, being one of them. While

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rioters rampaged, she stood in front of her hairdressers to

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protect it. This card has come from Bristol that says, I am sending you

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this as I am so impressed at your courage to stand up to those

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