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Welcome to Inside Out. The headlines: detectives questioned

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three men on suspicion of kidnap after a 10-year-old boy was

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allegedly found shackled. I saw a little boy in the window.

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My decor breakthrough, a mum to be gets cancer but is successfully

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treated. -- medical breakthrough. had to do it for him. I needed to

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survive. Four men are being held in connection with an alleged

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terrorist plot. And the grieving parents who lost

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their son in Afghanistan set up a Good evening. Tonight, help me, I

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have been kidnapped, a little boy's bleak as he desperately tried to

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summon help. A relieved neighbour said she spotted him looking out of

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a window. His arms were bound and she immediately called the police.

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He had vanished while on a trip to the shops on Sunday. This evening,

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detectives are questioning three men on suspicion of kidnap.

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A block of flats in Oldbury, a window from which police plucked a

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10-year-old boy to safety, allegedly the victim of a

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kidnapping. A bizarre and alarming incident, especially for those with

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children. Everyone is anxious and not very happy about that place the

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end there. It is very worrying that we do not know who is in the area.

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It began on Sunday morning. The boy walked to these shops near his home

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to buy a drink. He would have crossed the road here and taken off

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in that direction but somehow the ended up at flats owned by a

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housing association 50 yards up the road. How and why he got there is

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now the subject of a major police investigation.

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Jean Massi's son plays with the boy. She joined the search and it was

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she who spotted him in the flats. think he had a white T-shirt and

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something wrapped round Thames. I do not think he had access to his

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hands, maybe they were tied up. he called out to you? Yes. He said,

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can you help me, I have been kidnapped. What is going through

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your mind at that point? I wanted to go and help him but I said, her

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weight, I will call the police. That is what I did. The policemen

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lifted him out of the window. That was a relief. He looked at me and

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you could see, not a smile, but a joy on his face. The property

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belongs to the Adullam Housing Association. It is an organisation

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that supports vulnerable people, among them, ex-offenders. The

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police stress it is not a bail hostel or a halfway house. Last

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night, a grip of residents staged a protest outside. Nothing has been

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proven about what happened. Tonight, three local men in their 30s and

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40s remain in police custody. Strong feelings there tonight?

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There is anxiety. You have seen a little of that. Among those

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involved in the two hour search for the boy, some of those are still

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quite shaken. Not forgetting the 10-year-old boy in the middle of

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this. He and his family have left the neighbourhood. He is said to be

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extremely upset by the incident. There is indignation here and I

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think that is due to that -- that is due to the fact that some people

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think the building should not have been put to the use it has. It is

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important to say that there are lots of rumours and precious hard

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facts. The has been a statement from the Housing Association,

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hasn't there? The Adullam Housing Association put out a statement

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saying that they treat community safety as a paramount concern and I

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are working with the police. Typically, they say that they

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residents work to positively improve the environments in which

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they live. The local councillor was due to meet housing association

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officials this afternoon and I think police were party to those

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discussions. There is talk of another protest Laity in the week.

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-- later in the week. It is hoped that it will be a committee meeting

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to allay concerns. Still to come, we meet the

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community groups trying to show teenagers that there is another way

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after the August riots. A Warwickshire woman is believed to

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be one of the first in Britain to be treated for mouth cancer while

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pregnant and then go on took give birth to rate healthy boy. Sarah

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Best went into labour while having have final day of radiotherapy. She

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had already undergone a surgical procedure and had six weeks of

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chemotherapy. Sarah Best is the picture of health

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today but a recurring mouth ulcer for the 30-year-old from Leamington

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Spa was to prove potentially life threatening. When she was four

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months pregnant, she was told she had mouth cancer and would have to

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undergo pioneering surgery as well as chemotherapy and radiotherapy.

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It was an emotional day for me. But I had to do it for him. I wanted to

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survive. And I have done. She had a cancer on the right aspect of the

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tongue... Part of Sarah's tongue was removed

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at University Hospital Coventry and Warwickshire. Radiotherapy had to

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be administered through a protective shield to minimise the

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risk to the unborn baby. She is the only person we know of in the UK

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who has been pregnant and required chemotherapy and radiotherapy for

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mouth cancer. The baby was at risk because of having to be supported

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during the operation and particularly at risk in terms of

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the systemic effects of giving chemotherapy to a patient. Cancer

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treatment and constant monitoring became a Sarah's experience of

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pregnancy. Five weeks early, Jake decided to make his arrival even

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though his mum was undergoing her final radiotherapy treatment.

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went from the media therapy suite to the labour ward -- radiotherapy

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sweet. About five hours later, I gave birth. With no drugs? No gas

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or air or nothing. Now, six-man song, although Jake is still

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refusing to sleep through the night, he is happy to have -- happy and

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healthy. She also believes her eternal optimism has helped. I did

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not want to be negative in any way because that would not have got me

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where I am to date. I needed to state positive. I have always

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wanted to be a mum. Sarah and Jake face years of check-ups and

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monitoring but remain determined to enjoy every day together.

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A lovely story. Remarkable.

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Four men are being questioned as the evening by detectives over

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their involvement in an alleged terrorism plot. They were arrested

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at their homes in the Sparkhill area of Birmingham on suspicion of

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travelling to Pakistan to undertake terrorist training and a raised

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funds for terrorist purposes. What more can you tell us about the

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braids? What are the police saying? These early-morning raids took part

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-- were carried out by officers from West Midlands Counter

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Terrorism Unit. The officers were an armed and the police are making

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clear tonight that the suspects being held and questioned did not

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pose any immediate threat to the general public. What do we know

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about the four men? Three of them are 19 years old. One is 24. They

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are all from the Sparkhill area of Birmingham and it is alleged that

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they are in fact being held because they work fund-raising, allegedly,

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in the UK and it is said that they also travelled to Pakistan in order

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to carry out training exercises in terrorist activities. This is part

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of a much wider investigation, a police up operation. Eight people

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have so far been charged. One of those, a woman, will appear in

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court tomorrow. What happens next? Officers have 48 hours to question

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these four young men. Then there are three options. By their they

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can charge them, release them or they may ask for further time to

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question them. Thank you.

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Now a round-up of other news. A man has appeared in court charged with

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two counts of attempted murder following a road accident in

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Hereford. Simon Brown who is 31 from Bomere Heath near Shrewsbury

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was arrested after a crash between a Honda Civic and a tanker lorry on

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the A49 in Holmer on Friday evening. He was remanded in custody.

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Three weekly newspapers in the region will be published for the

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final time this week. Trinity Mirror Midlands has announced it

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will be closing down the Chase Post, Stafford Post and Sutton News,

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which has been coming out for 141 years. The company which publishes

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the Birmingham Mail and Coventry Telegraph is also cutting 66 jobs

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across the Midlands. The University of Worcester is to offer a �1,000

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discount to students with the best A-level grades. Students who get

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two As and one B next summer will get a fee waiver in their first

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year. The reduction will bring their bill down to �7,000. The

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university is also bringing in a scheme to reward its 100 best

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performing students with a 100,000 packed -- �1,000 scholarship.

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The number of people arrested following the riots in the Midlands

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has passed 700. 15 more people were arrested this morning at 17

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addresses. The arrests were mainly for burglary and related to

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offences committed at stores in Birmingham city centre.

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An unofficial survey by one of the region's biggest housing

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associations shows a lack of job prospects was a key factor in the

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riots. It comes as the number of young people out of work is

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expected to top a million for the first time in almost 20 years when

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figures are announced tomorrow. One in 516 to 24 year-olds is coming

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the unemployed in the West Midlands -- one in five of 16 to 24 year-

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olds. Apprenticeships are being created. It is one of the ideas

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coming out of the trouble. We have been looking at how communities are

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trying to rebuild after the disturbances.

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Rehearsals for Hooked!, a musical production organised by Birmingham

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Christian Centre. These teenagers say their reputation has been

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tarnished by the riots. They want to project a positive image.

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guess a lot of people think, they are the kind of people who started

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the riots. There is a bad stereotype but we want to stop that.

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People think or young people are like that and all young people want

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to start trouble. That is not the case. As well as organising

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activities, the Church is trying to get to the root of some of the

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city's social problems. Some of the things we are doing... We are

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trying to look at family life, marriage, parenting, allowing young

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people to feel that they can respond to different things like

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money management and how they can progress from school to a more

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adult life. We are looking at different causes. Working at

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grassroots level is also a priority for one of the region's biggest

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landlords. Midland Heart which owns 38,000 properties across the

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Midlands commissioned an informal survey of clients and frontline

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staff to consider the causes of the riots and what could be done about

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some of the underlying problems. The survey identified one of the

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main causes as unemployment. Especially the lack of

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opportunities for young people. The company already runs a project to

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try to help its tenants back to work, people like 30-year-old Craig

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Mannion. I do not think there are that many opportunities for people

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like me who have had bad past. Homelessness issues. I find because

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I have been out of work for so long, no one is willing to give me a

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chance. Now Midland Heart is launching a new scheme aimed at the

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people most affected by the experience -- by the riots. It will

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involve training in relationships and I skills to re-engage

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youngsters. It is targeted at very vulnerable young people in specific

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immunity so that we can measure the impact on individuals and on the

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community itself. Secondly, it is around integrating all of the types

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of support that we have provided in the past. While many young people

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are working for a better future, the association hopes its new

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scheme will help at least a few of those with a dangerous lack of hope

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Still ahead to this Tuesday evening. The Coventry artist is in the

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running for one of Britain's biggest art awards. And things do

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not look too promising right now, but they could improve before

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Friday's Children in Need. The family of a Warwickshire shoulder

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who was killed in Afghanistan have launched a fund-raising appeal to

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help other soldiers and their families. 22 year-old Conrad Lewis

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was shot dead along with another soldier in Helmand Province earlier

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this year. Their parents his parents came to raise thousands of

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pounds with the launch of merchandise. Conrad Lewis was on

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patrol in the Nad Ali district of Afghanistan when he and fellow

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comrades came under fire. Along with another soldier, he was shot

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dead. For his family, is -- Sandy and Tony, it has been a dramatic --

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traumatic time. They are doing something positive in his memory.

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They have launched a not-for-profit company with a whole range of

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merchandise, branded with a specific number, 353. It is a not-

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for-profit organisation in honour of my brother Conrad he was the

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353rd soldier to be killed and Afghanistan and it is a way that we

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can sell products and raise money for people and the military

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community and for other charities like the Afghanistan Trust and Help

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for Heroes. They are creating the venture when there is increasing

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interest in our servicemen and women. Attendance a remembrance and

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thence is increasing. To one of the largest and most recently launched,

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Help for Heroes, raised �12 million in his first year, �18 million in

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its second and last year �43 million.,'s family do not want

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charity status, they want a more flexible approach. Were wanted to

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do something different, establish a brand and create products that

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people will want to buy a. Maybe they will want to buy before they

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realise what it is about and we think it will be long-term

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unsustainable. The launch of 353 is taking place this evening and

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amongst other things, a video remembering Conrad's live will be

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shown to potential investors. And we have been joined by the regional

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co-ordinator for Help for Heroes, Dawn Turner. I know you had two

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sons in the services. It seems that more and more people are keen to

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help servicemen and women and their families who have served in Iraq

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and Afghanistan. In my opinion, because of the recent conflicts it

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is in the forefront of everyone's mind. Here in the Midlands, it is

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always focused here and everyone is very keen to help. If they do not

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know anyone in the army are cannot relate, they can empathise. This

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seemed to be a growing number of smaller charities and organisations

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such as this one. How difficult it is it for them to achieve anything?

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This thing is, I cannot imagine what it is like to lose a son.

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Thankfully they are still here. Once you have lost a loved one, you

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have is growing in need to do something in their memory. They

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have set up a charity, which is great. They can raise money to

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perhaps get a plaque in memory, but where do they go from there. It is

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a case of trying to get through those hard days and weeks, and

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months without their loved one been here. How difficult is it being a

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mum with sums in the services. Had to cope with that? People asked me

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how I cope and I have not known anything different and cannot

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compare it to anything else. I am proud and I keep myself busy

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through volunteering Help for Heroes. Help for Heroes, I would

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advise parents if they find themselves in a situation where

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they lose a loved one, instead of setting up a charity, to approach

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places like Help for Heroes to see if they can benefit from

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volunteering and doing their bit. We supply capped grants to smaller

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charities to keep them afloat. Thank you. Let us stocks for now.

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Non-League starboard say they are expecting a sell-out crowd of

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around 2000 next Tuesday for the FA Cup replay against Plymouth Argyle.

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They're putting up temporary grandstands for the game. Tickets

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go on sale to season-ticket holders tomorrow leading. They say Plymouth

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could be in for a shock. It is a very different atmosphere. It is a

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typical non-League ground. A lot of those players are youngsters and it

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will be a new experience for them. There has been another high-profile

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resignation behind the scenes at Coventry city. Director Leonard

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Brody has stood down saying he is too busy because of their business

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and stress. He remains a shareholder in the club. His

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departure comes a month after chief-executive Paul Clouting also

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resigned. A hospice that help severely ill children says it's

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vital work can continue partly thanks to funding from BBC Children

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in Need. Last year, the Donna Louise Trust Hot 140 children

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across Staffordshire as well as gaining bereavement support to

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another 68 families. It is costly work and the task of raising

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�170,000 per month is a tough one. 11 year-olds Georgette is severely

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disabled and today she is being looked after by staff at Treetops.

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She has she gets lots of stimulation when she comes and she

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is coming on in leaps and bounds. How she response the play that she

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gets, she vocalise is everything and Georgia sings back in her own

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way. Her eyes light up and it is just lovely. The Donna Louise Trust

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helps life-limited children and their families from right across

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Staffordshire. The care they provide cost �170,000 per month and

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in these hard economic times, money is tight, so donations are down.

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The money from Children in Need makes a massive difference. The

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funding that we got from Children in Need last year allowed us to pay

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for it at play specialist to come and do specialise play therapy with

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the children and it has made a massive difference. The play

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specialist bond at by Children in Need is Carly Leigh. She works with

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life-limited children and the siblings from birth to 19 years old.

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Some of it can be for distraction purposes, so for pain management or

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it can be providing them with a foreign you experience that they

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have not had before. Thanks to your donations, staff at the Donna

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Louise Trust can continue helping life-limited children to smile.

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Play happens wherever and whenever it can. It can be a one to-one

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session or a group session. It is a lot of fun and it is great that we

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have that funding. Every penny you raise really does help. �170,000 a

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month that they need. Our reporter will be presenting for us on

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Children in Need night on Friday. If you are raising lots for Pudsey

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then tell us. You can e-mail us or join us on Facebook. If you are

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taking photos of your fund raising, a selection of them will be showing

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in around up. -- our round-up. If there is one prize in the art world

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that provokes debate it is the Turner Prize. Over the recent

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decades it is also help to bring contemporary British art to the

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forefront. This year, at Coventry artist has made it onto the

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shortlist with a work based on where he grew up. Turner Prize

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nominee George Shaw's homecoming exhibition at the... In Coventry.

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It is not as watercolours a different and a place on the

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shortlist, it is these. Paintings of the time Hill estate where he

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grew up in the Seventies and Eighties. This is the kind of place

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where people from Britain live. Whether people they are put upon,

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whether it is by employers or the architecture that they are forced

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to live in. A are you making a political statement? I wouldn't

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dream of it! Yes around. I have spent most of my chatted and

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adolescence been quite frustrated, hearing other people's voices and

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speaking for them and it is not a real picture of the way people live.

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Today's Tile Hill still bears the concrete structures artistically

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transported into George Shaw's paintings. They are off for -- far

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cry from the weird and wonderful that has sometimes been associated

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with the Turner Prize. The said it was intriguingly on the edge of

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tradition. It is a great honour. I know a lot of people in the art

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world who know at but the Turner Prize cent know about the Turner

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Prize artists. It does what it says on the 10, the Turner Prize, it

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encourages a conversation about contemporary art. This exhibition

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offers an opportunity to see George's early work before any

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formal art education. These paintings and sketches have been

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hidden underneath his bed since the 1970s and 1980s. The exhibition,

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titled i woz here, runs from Friday until March next year. George Shaw

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will find out if he has won the Turner Prize on 5th December. For

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Coventry's creative and cultural thing, he is already a winner.

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Hidden under his bed for 30 years? Was at an unmade bed, that is what

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Things were looking up for a time this afternoon mummy sot a bit of

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brightness, but there will be a few rap -- relaxes. Back to receive

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nine, we are looking at clear skies right now and that will see

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temperatures tumble away to very low values, around three or four

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degrees. We will see a bit of mist developing in pockets, but the

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cloud is gradually thickening up and that will reintroduce some

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drizzle overnight. Temperatures during that period will lift

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slightly, but it will still be a cold start tomorrow, and it will be

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dark, dank and dreary. We was the big cloud the knout further east

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and that one of temperatures to perhaps 11 or 12 degrees. It will

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be mild in the sunnier spots. Further north and west, but cloud

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will thicken up later in the day, that is because we have a band of

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rain arriving later on. The estimated time of arrival will be

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around 5:00pm for western parts of the region and that will start to

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spill eastwards through tomorrow night and it will become patchier

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as it grows. Not particularly heavy rain, but we will see the dregs of

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that three Thursday morning. Because of the cloud and rain it

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will be milder tomorrow night, but on Thursday morning it will be a

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bit grey to begin with, cloud will break up and it will give us a bit

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of sunshine and that will help the temperatures to rise. Let us look

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at my's main headlines. Backlash against the rise and rise of fuel

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prices. MPs backed a public petition backing --, over the tax

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