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Welcome to Midlands Today. The top stories this Tuesday evening:

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Saving lives with technology. Ensuring patients get the right

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drugs in care when they needed. 28,000 young people are in part-

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time work. Where other full-time jobs? I am trying. But I'm getting

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nothing back. They say they want more experience, but I cannot get

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it if they will not give me any. Swamped with 999 calls. The service

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pleading with people to think before they dial.

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And the spelling of "City Sentral" that is causing shock in Stoke.

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live in Stoke-on-Trent. And we want shopping centre with a C, not an S.

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Good evening. Tonight, could a new hospital computer system be the key

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to saving thousands of lives idea? The system, which operates at

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Birmingham's newest hospital, has been recommended to be Team

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recommend -- investigating above average debt rates at Stafford

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hospital. Adam Brimelow reports. Staff alert in Europe's biggest

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critical care unit, here at Queen Elizabeth Hospital. The message has

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been triggered automatically by computer. On a ward downstairs, a

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patient's blood pressure has fallen. Moments later, critical care staff

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on the scene. The system responds automatically to a range of

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readings, including an LEC nest, and heart rate. This is part of

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much wider computer-based surveillance, tracking problems

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such as the mixed -- missed medication. Errors are spotted

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quickly, and staff are made to explain what has gone wrong. All of

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the nurses worked in a high- technology environment. They are

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used to monitoring and the impact of IT and technology. If you asked

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us why we had not done something, or if you can give us evidence to

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prove that I challenging us, things have improved for the patients, we

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would not mind. It is estimated about 20 % of hospital prescribed

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drug doses are not given to patients. Here, with the computer

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surveillance and by calling staff to account, they have almost have

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that figure. They estimate that if this was adopted across the NHS, it

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would save 16,000 lives. This is one of several systems commercially

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available to the NHS. Senior managers say it has enabled them to

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change the culture of care. It has become culturally acceptable for

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drugs not to be given to patients. And really that is what we have

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been trying to do, turnaround that culture, and say that every single

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dose is important. If the Department of Health says the

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system shows how the NHS can harness in formation to improve

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care. Adam has written a full report

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about the new system on the BBC Health website.

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Still ahead on tonight's programme... Jessie J drops in with

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some sound advice for students at Birmingham's answer to Fame Academy.

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The reality for young people is very different. New figures show

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the number of young people in the region working part-time has risen

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by more than 10 % since 2008. With youth unemployment at its highest

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level for 20 years, more than 28,000 people between the ages of

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16 and 24 are working part time. What is it like for those people

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trying to enter the job market? Tayla Scott is looking for a career

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in the travel industry. Instead, she is working part-time in a pub

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in West Bromwich. That first full- time job is hard to come by. Thomas

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Cook, Thompsons, travel agents, hospitality. But I get nothing back.

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I am trying, but I am getting nothing back. They say they want

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more experience. I can't get experience if I am not given any.

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She is far from alone. The number of 16 to 24-year-old working part

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time has increased dramatically in the past three years. This place

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was set up to provide opportunities for young people. They are also

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finding it hard. Hundreds of youngsters look to this social

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enterprise for help in finding work. It specialises in kids who have had

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difficulties and need a second chance. Kayleigh has got one

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working in a kitchen, but it is part time and her contract ends at

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the end of the month. It is hard. You do not know if you will lose

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your job and have to start again. Being kicked down, it is hard to

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get back up. Look at it from her employer's perspective - struggling

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through that downturn, taking on full-time staff is a gamble. They

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have to be part time, because we want to spread the opportunities.

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But also, we have the challenges of what we can afford to pay. That is

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a big challenge for many social enterprises as well. So, how to

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persuade employers to take on younger workers? The CBI says, give

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them an incentive. There are more experienced people out there, so in

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that competitive environment it is about lowering the cost and the

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risk. Therefore, something like National Insurance reduction is one

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way of achieving the aim for stocked for many, it is a case of

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making the most of what ever experience you can get.

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We are joined by a Joy Warmington, an equality campaigner who works

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with young people. We have seen how difficult it is. Some people are

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saying they are getting part-time jobs. What had you encountered?

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of the things we do is work with young people, and it is a range of

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young people. We have a number of different projects which try to

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support young people. One project we work with young people on is one

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where they are interested in starting their own business.

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Budding entrepreneurs, they have ideas, they want to talk to people

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who can champion those ideas. They need support in formulating those

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ideas. And then we work with more vulnerable young people. People who

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may be at risk of criminality, or have acquired a criminal record of

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some kind. They are keen to get their lives back in order. And how

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were they doing? For everybody, for all of the young people, especially

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the ones we saw in the report, it is very difficult. The issue is to

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do with aspiration and hope. A lot of the young people we work with

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are moving from job to job, or have a number of different jobs at the

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same time. But they are still trying to make that work for them.

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Is easy to keep hopeful and stay aspirational when you get knocked

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back? It is really hard. I met someone the other day he had sent

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out their CD 50 times and heard nothing, had not heard back from

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any one in terms of feedback. How do you stay positive? How do you

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keep going? Do you have a brief answer for that? It is something

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you need to look at what the whole of Birmingham. It is a useful city,

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we need to attend to our young people. Though those that have

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achieved and those who have less going for them, and are likely to

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fall out of what is happening at the moment. For they should be a

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place for everybody. A man with a cold, and a women who

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wanted her washing brought in. Believe it or not, those are two of

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the emergency calls made to West Midlands Ambulance Service. They

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say the number of people dialling is on the increase. Only 10 % of

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the 999 calls are genuine life- threatening emergencies. They are

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backing a campaign to encourage people to think more carefully

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before they pick up its own. This report contains flashing images

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from the start. It is lunchtime, and paramedic

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James Dineen is on his way to end 999 call in Birmingham. At two

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year-old boy is choking and has turned blue.

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Thankfully, by the time he arrives the child is recovering. He is sent

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to the Children's Hospital to be checked. This was a genuine

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emergency, but many 999 calls are not the real thing. The paramedics

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and crews are deployed by Ambulance Service call centre staff in

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Brierley Hill and Stafford. They are under increasing pressure. The

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number of calls is growing. Between them, the two call centres answer

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2,500 emergency calls per day. just 10 % of those calls are a

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genuine life-threatening emergencies. We do have people who

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are having strokes, we also get patients that call who Maze benefit

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from another service. Such as the women wanting them to resuscitate a

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dead pigeon. Another rang to get a light bulb changed. Others have run

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with colds and minor injuries. Does it get frustrating for you, if

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someone rings and clearly they do not need an ambulance? There is a

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little sense of frustration there. However, we understand that it is

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easy to call 999 sometimes, and get some help. Another real emergency.

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James has been called to help an ambulance crew with a man suffering

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from an angina attack. The paramedic companies into hospital.

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The Ambulance Service now want to educate the public at large about

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when to dial 999. At visit to be cheap he or pharmacy might be more

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appropriate. Of course, you could always change your own light bulb!

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Joining us now it is West may mint -- Matt Ward. You call handler was

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diplomatic. How big a problem is that? It is a big problem for us.

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As you have said, we have around 10 % of our cases that are life-

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threatening emergencies that need an immediate response. The

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statistics show that eight of those other cases -- 85 % of patients

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need some sort of health care, but it does not necessarily need to be

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provided by us all stop what is going on? Is it confusion about

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whether we should go, there are too many places to go? Yes, obviously

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we will provide advice on which services to access. However, it is

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more or appropriate to go on the Internet or access NHS Direct and

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get advice about which health care you need. What we are asking people

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to do is think about which service they need, and not just call 999.

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Maybe in a situation now where people are worried about doing the

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right thing, and they say, get an ambulance - it will cover

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everything? Yes. I think, where first date is needed, obviously

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there are a lot of cases where an ambulance crew will need to come.

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But the public can get advice from other services. And the ambulance

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services for medical emergencies. We would not deter people from

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calling 999 for emergencies. But what we are asking them to do is

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when they have minor injuries or illness, that they consider other

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services, such as their GP walk-in centre or a minor injuries unit.

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Thank you very much. There is a bit of arrive brewing.

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Developers behind a �350 billion shopping centre are being asked to

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rethink its name. Realis Estates wants to call their new development

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"City Sentral", spelt with an S. But shoppers had branded it

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ridiculous, traders say it is uninspiring and marketing experts

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have described it as dated and meaningless. Here is Liz Copper a.

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Is is Hanley bus station. There are plans to transform it. The vision

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is for a �350 million shopping centre, creating hundreds of jobs.

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The developers have announced they are naming it "City Sentral".

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Shoppers are not convinced. I think it is stupid. It almost makes us

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look illiterate. That -- like we cannot spell properly. I do not

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like it. It does not say anything. Know. It is pathetic. We live in

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Stoke-on-Trent, and we want shopping centre with a C, not an S

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we are not illiterate. We were talking about it last night. And we

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said we thought it was stupid. Those views have been echoed by

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traders. This woman runs businesses in the city centre. She is not

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impressed. It does not describe anything to do with the area,

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nothing to do with the culture. I do not know where the name comes

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from. And I do not think it will do us any favours. It is not the first

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time the plans have courted controversy. Last year, promotional

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pictures had to be withdrawn. Images of celebrities including

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Billie Piper and Gwyneth Paltrow apparently shopping in Hanley had

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been used. The company behind the scheme has said the name has the

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endorsement of its partners, Stoke- on-Trent City Council. No one from

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the council was available to be interviewed. They said it was a

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matter for the developers. When his boat to Realis Estates, they said

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their spokesman was also unavailable. But although the

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developers have been silent, some marketing experts have voiced

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misgivings. To come up with a word that does not exist in the

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dictionary, too be quite honest, it is a bit of a ploy, at tactics. It

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is not very respectful not to listen to the public, if they feel

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passionately about it, which they clearly do. In spite of the

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opposition, the developers say this is an exciting regeneration scheme,

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and they are convinced the logo is You would never thought we would

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have so much reaction to that story. We have. No comment from the

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developers but plenty from you. Linda says, how dare they tried to

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foist such a stupid name. We do not want the world to think we are

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illiterate. It makes my blood boil. From Stacy Foster, I think the new

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shopping centre will be a hit, she says. James Butler wonders, why not

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go the whole hog and call it City Sentral? Another says, it is

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deliberately whimsical rather than farcical. One more says, stupid

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idea. There must be lots of appropriate names to consider City

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Sentral is a joke. A motorcyclist killed at the

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weekend was serving West Midlands police officer. Ramin Toulouie he

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was 40 and from Sutton Coldfield was on his way home from work when

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his bike crashed with a car. 825 year-old man was arrested on

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suspicion of causing death by careless driving.

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Birmingham Chamber of Commerce has begun a campaign to add Birmingham

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to the name of one of the city's main sporting venues. It wants

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Edgbaston cricket ground to include the city's name in its title. The

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chamber says it is holding talks with Warwickshire County Cricket

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Club about the proposal. It was a lunchtime that pupils will

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never forget. Pop-star Jessie J opening venue recording studios and

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talking to them about life in showbusiness. She surprised

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students at the region's first Academy School for the Performing

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Arts and offered the chance of a lifetime. Our report contains flash

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photography. Chart-topping Jessie J making a

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surprise visit to Birmingham's newly opened answer to London's

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The singer is a Brit School graduate herself. Do not expect

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opportunity to find you. Do not make it easy. You have to go and

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find it. She was at Birmingham Ormiston Academy to encourage

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students he just started studying the performing arts. Would you be

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here today if he had not gone to Brit School? No. The school taught

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me to be independent and who I wanted to be. And where I shed a if

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I wanted to wear eyeshadow. I had to get six trains back and forth. I

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had to grow up. Am unsure job moment - two 16-year-old students

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invited onstage by Jessie J herself to sing. And on the strength of

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their performances, Jessie J also asked them to sing at her concert

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at the O2 Academy tonight. I am a big fan of Jessie J. It is

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incredible to get this opportunity. I have a lot of respect for what

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she stands for. She was in our place when she was our age.

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Academy has cost �25 million but it is not just budding musicians and

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singers like Jessie J that are hoping to nurture here. The academy

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which has created 100 jobs also houses two theatres, a drama studio

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and a TV studio. All very glamourous but will there be a

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career at the end? It is tough but it is not all about performing.

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This industry is a very technical industry, so on one level we had

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the dancers and musicians and actors, but the digital technology

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is equally as important to us. Before she left, Jessie J opened a

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music studio. Who knows, perhaps a hit of the future will be recorded

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here. Very impressive. The concert were

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people were queuing. Still to come: illustrator Quentin

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Blake on how his work is writing up life for hospital patients.

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And if it is not the winds and rain they get to it is the frost.

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Gardeners watch out. The temperatures are plummeting.

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Despite those rather chilly temperatures, Birmingham City fans

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slept outside the grounds to snap up the final tickets for their Euro

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the game in Bruges. More than 5,000 fans now have tickets and many more

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are expected to travel to Belgium. Police urged them to improve the

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image of English fans in Belgium after the trouble that marred Euro

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2000. Tired and weary - you bed. Cold

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also. Some of these fans had stepped out last night to get the

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hands of the last 400 tickets at Birmingham City's European game.

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Those days match against FC Brugge. Got the old sleeping bag. Not too

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bad. Just a bit cold. But worth it. Very cold. 20 cups of coffee later,

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still here. Is it worth it? Yes, of course. Brilliant atmosphere.

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fans are not the only one struggling in numbers. The club is

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sending 50 stewards and there will be a delegation from West Midlands

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Police. There was no suggestion that fans are going to cause

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trouble such as that seen in Euro 2000 but West Midlands Police have

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reminded the Blues fans that the Belgian police have not dealt with

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her large visit of English and sense and will act quickly if there

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is any sign of a repeat. They have urged fans to continue the good

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behaviour cent in Europe so far. They have also reminded fans to

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carry their passports at all times. You can be arrested without one.

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The reasons for fans travelling in such numbers - Bruges is beautiful,

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it is not far away and it is famous for it is big. Do not panic if you

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cannot make it. You could do worse than go to the anchor here. You can

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order a pint of BarBar Bok and it will help you catch that European

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bar. There has been a real buzz around Birmingham, especially in

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the pub. They have been here drinking the beer. This is what the

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fans hope to see more of. Birmingham City have enjoyed their

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European adventure so far. Thursday night looks like the biggest one

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yet. If you are not of to Bruges, there

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will be full coverage on BBC WM. If you drink that beer, you will be

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asleep and miss it! The Olympic torch has been in Birmingham. It is

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on a nationwide tour to find people with inspirational stories to come

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forward to carry the Olympic flame in 2012. It was hosted by students

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from Birmingham City University who will be taking part in a Student

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Olympics next year. I would be happy to carry the torch. It would

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mean every body, even though I will not win a medal in the Games, we

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will be taking part in the sport. It would be a great moment. The

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famous children's illustrator of the Roald Dahl books is holding an

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exhibition of his work for hospitals. It is testing the theory

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that art can have a therapeutic effect on patients.

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His distinctive style beeps from the balls of Compton Verney in

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Warwickshire. Quentin Blake has chosen the location to exhibit work

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commissioned by hospitals in the UK and abroad. A far cry from his

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children's book illustrations. of the pictures are not mere two

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children's book illustrations. Others are enlarged versions. They

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are to be seen from a greater distance, works in pub expenses.

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The therapeutic effect of Arts on patients is a theory put to many a

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GHS trusts. Local artists are often commission to display their works.

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It has been very valuable for patience. We get a lot of positive

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feedback that the pictures and sculpture actually allow patients

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to feel not only that they are cared for but there is something in

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them that the patient can empathise with. Does this concept ring true

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with Quentin Blake? It is something you can do in your mind that you

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cannot do all are prevented from doing. It gives you a kind of

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mental outing, as it were. Public art is also at the heart of this

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exhibition. Despite cuts to arts budgets, it is something Quentin

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believes in. None of the pictures here are all regionals. They look

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as though they are but they are actually printed. Digitally printed.

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The cost of one original, you get 10 of these. In a sense, in a time

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of financial constriction, this is a good way of doing it. Although

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this exhibition concentrates on hospital commissions, there is an

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added treat. Quentin Blake's children's illustrations have not

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been ignored. This family room provides an interactive space and

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also a display of some of his most famous role dull sketches. As large

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as life runs until December giving the Midlands and beyond a taste of

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some of the nation's best-loved illustrators.

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I love Quentin Blake's pictures. If you love them, we have put more of

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you love them, we have put more of his work on our Facebook page. And

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now the weather. It certainly is a chilly. Lots of

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sunshine today but there is a cold snap to contend with. Gardeners

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watch out. It is all courtesy of high pressure which will clear

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skies and lead to plummeting temperatures. For the Blues fans,

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heading down to Belgium for the match against Bruges on Thursday,

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wrap up warm because what ever we are getting they will get also. It

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will be cold but dry and sunny. This is what we had earlier. A

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spiral of cloud around but we are neatly tucked in between with clear

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skies. It will be dry tonight and fairly cold. A few showers to the

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north. With temperatures falling to five or six Celsius, quite chilly.

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A bit of a chilly start tomorrow. Some sunshine to start with but

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these showers come down to the south. Well scuttled so there is a

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good proportion of dry weather in between. Temperatures of 9 and ten

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Celsius. It will not be quite add breezy tomorrow and those winds

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will become lighter through tomorrow night. That is what will

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give us the frost. Temperatures give us the frost. Temperatures

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plummeting to near freezing. A look at tonight's main headlines.

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The cost of living soars as inflation jumps to 5.2 % helped by

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a sharp rise in gas and electricity prices.

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