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Welcome to Midlands Today. The headlines: Our hearts have been

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broken forever. The family of the couple murdered

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in their home bake for help in catching the killers. I beg of

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you... Catch this person. Who has taken two of my special people away.

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Fears for the future of jobs for almost 100 disabled people.

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A big rise in petrol theft. Cases are up 50% in the last year. They

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don't care. They even look straight into the camera.

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And Aston Villa complete the loan signing of Wales favourite Robbie

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Good evening. Welcome to Thursday's Midlands Today. Tonight, our hearts

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are broken forever. The despairing words of two of the children of a

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couple found murdered at their home. Just a day after out -- Avtar and

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Carole Kolar were found by their son, a serving police officer, at

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two of the children spoke at a press conference this afternoon.

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Our lives and our hearts have been broken forever. They were the

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sweetest and kindest people. hardest thing anyone can ever do is

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tell the children that they are never going to see their

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grandparents again. I have a baby, one week old, and I really do not

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know where to start. We are all hurting so much inside because they

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were so special. Catch this person who has taken two of my special

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people away from us. Avtar and Carole Kolar had been married for

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40 years. Their friends and neighbours in Handsworth Wood in

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Birmingham are finding it almost impossible to comes to terms with

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what has happened. There is flash photography in the report.

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As the forensic Search widens around the family home, a community

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began to mourn. Neighbours were struggling to find the words.

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bad. Very bad. There appeared to be more police in Handsworth Wood

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today, walking the streets to reassure people that this most

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brutal of crimes is almost a rare one -- is a rare one. Avtar and

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Carole Kolar have been described as quiet, sweet people. Daljeet Bilkhu

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went to score with Carole and has known the family for 40 years.

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very good people, both of them. Very soft-hearted. Very friendly

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people. It is very sad to see them go. He also lives on Friary Road,

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an area he says has seen recent burglaries and thefts of Asian gold.

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We have been burgled twice on that road. It was a delight beggary and

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luckily no one was at home. West Midlands Police -- it was a

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daylight burglary. West Midlands Police are keeping an open mind.

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The couple's son Jason is a police officer but the police say they do

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not see a link between that and the deaths. It is something we would

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consider. No cause of death has been identified yet. Key to the

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investigation could be the support of the local, largely Sikh,

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community. I would urge anybody who knows anything, any little

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information, no matter how small, to come forward. It could be

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important in solving this crime. arrests have been made but as the

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Kolar family are spread so powerfully of their loss this

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afternoon., police say they are following a number of new lines of

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inquiry. The sense of grief in this community is seen in these floral

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tributes laid throughout the day today, including this bunch of red

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roses from the couple's eight grandchildren. The True Brit reads,

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grandmother, We Love You To the Moon and back. -- this tribute

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reads. For police say postmortem

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examinations on Avtar and Carole Kolar will be completed by tomorrow.

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Other news. People with learning difficulties fear for their

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livelihoods after Birmingham City Council announced a review of the

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factory they work in. Around 90 people work for Shelforce, a

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council owned door and window manufacturer in Erdington. The city

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council says it does not envisage compulsory redundancies but the

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factory might not be able to carry on running as it has been. A public

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meeting is being held tonight at the Jaguar Sports and Social Club

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nearby. Our reporter is there. Workers and families must be very

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worried. They are deeply concerned. There

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has been a cloud of uncertainty hanging over Shelforce for 18

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months now. Just behind me, through those double doors, is around 70 or

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80 people, mainly Shelforce workers, and I watched them sit stony-faced

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as they were told by Unison that there is a distinct possibility

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that they could be significant redundancies. You have to remember,

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if they lose their jobs at Shelforce, because of their

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learning difficult -- disabilities, they could never get a job again.

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Amongst the family's here tonight, Shashank Khanduri's family. He is

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30 and has watched -- worked for Shelforce for eight ears. His

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mother told me this afternoon that the slowdown in work at the factory

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has caused him anxiety. When he is sitting, he will worry. You do not

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have to worry, everybody is in the same boat. That sort of thing he

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does not understand, and he worries. I can see panic building up on him.

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Birmingham City Council tell me that Shelforce has been running at

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a loss for several years now and it has been having to subsidise the

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business. One possibility, it says, is that it may amalgamated into

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another part of the council, or perhaps go into partnership with an

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outside firm, what it calls an organisation close to us, in its

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statement. With me now is the Labour MP for Erdington, Jack

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Dromey. Fighting talk from you this evening. What realistically can be

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done? The Birmingham City Council should be ashamed. For 27 years

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Shelforce has been a lifeline for the most for Cannes in Birmingham.

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The men and women in there, for them work is at the centre of their

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lives. -- the most vulnerable in Birmingham. The council has been

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running down Shelforce. We need to build up that fine facility and

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that means spending some of the hundreds of millions of pounds that

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Birmingham spends on capital works on the windows, the doors that have

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made by Shelforce. If Labour were in power, you had unprecedented

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cuts to make. Something has to go, doesn't it? The unkindest cut of

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all is to close or run down a facility employee in the most

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vulnerable in our community. They are not responsible for the budget

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crisis hitting Britain. It is bankers that are responsible. Why

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should the disabled pay the price? It looks like these proposals will

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go before the next full council meeting, on February 7th. They are

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ending here tonight with a very clear message from the workers and

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families. If there is bad news to come, they want to know sooner

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rather than later. We will keep you up-to-date.

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There has been a significant rise in fuel thefts across the West

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Midlands, mostly involving drivers filling up at petrol stations and

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driving off without paying. The crime is known as building. In a

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new twist, they often switched numberplates to avoid

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identification. -- the crime is known as bilking. Last year there

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was a 50% rise on the crime compared to the year before.

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These women are about to commit a crime. They fill their BMW with

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fuel, belt up and drive off. It is known as bilking and it is on the

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rise. They do not care. They even look straight into the camera.

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number of recorded bilkings across the West Midlands has risen from

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3,600 offences to more than 5,000. Police say it is linked to rising

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fuel prices. Seven years ago, petrol pump prices across the UK

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averaged 87p per litre. Today it is one pan 32. Rising fuel prices make

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web more tempting and thieves more sophisticated. This is how it works.

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They changed number place so when they are caught on CCTV they cannot

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be identified, and many are getting away Scot free. This centre in

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Wolverhampton has come up with a solution, tamper-proof screws.

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have been offering members of the public a free fitting service so

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that our security screws on those numberplates prevent them from

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being stolen. Back in Wolverhampton, this garage owner says it is too

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little, too late. Last year he lost �6,000 to fuel theft. It is not

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something I can claim from an insurance policy. Neither am I able

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to claim the due to from the Government, so I have to bear it.

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This morning, police released this CCTV image. This man drove off

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without paying for �45 worth of This is the car registration.

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Anyone with information should contact police.

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An inquest has been told that take a retired schoolteacher from

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Worcestershire was killed by being a Chris Tapp in the net. 77 you

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will Betty Yates -- 77-year-old Betty Yates was found last week at

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her home in Bewdley. I know I was recovered at the scene.

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The Transport Secretary has dismissed suggestions that high-

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speed trains will be exclusively for business customers. Justine

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Greening was answering questions in the Commons following her decision

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to approve a high-speed rail network between London and

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Birmingham. A political editor has been taking it all in Forest. What

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exactly have they had to say about these fares on H S two? Philip

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Hammond, the former health secretary, got himself into bother

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when he suggested that rail services were increasingly likely

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to be seen as a rich man's toy. A Birmingham MP invited his successor

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as Transport Secretary to distance herself from any suggestion that

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High Speed Two would become the exclusive preserve of wealthy

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businessmen and women. Can the Secretary of State reject the

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previous Secretary's comments that high-speed rail would only be

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affordable for business customers? The business case works on an

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assumption of standard rail fares, as we have on the current network.

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I am absolutely clear in my mind that the way to make high-speed

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rail successful is to have as many people use it as possible. We have

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been hearing High Speed Two will provide an important to Birmingham

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Airport. What we have to remember here is that High Speed Two is also

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an integral part of the Government's strategy for UK

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aviation. They see it as a way of replacing a lot of the domestic air

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services that so many people up and down Britain used to connect into

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international routes. So the Transport Secretary was challenged

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over the fact that the high-speed link to Heathrow airport will not

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be completed until 2030s. second phase will seek a route to

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Heathrow. It is wise to point out that the first phase was the

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Birmingham Airport also connected - - effectively connected as well.

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There are many criticisms of High Speed Two. One of the biggest is

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that it will not do much for the wider West Midlands as a Birmingham.

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Did anybody raise that? Yes, the Labour MP for Dudley North asked if

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she would consider modifying further the route so that it could

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actually serve the Black Country. No, she said, flatly. Her decision

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on the Reid announced on Tuesday was final but she did say that

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places like the Black Country and other areas would benefit because

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congestion on existing railway lines would be eased.

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Still ahead tonight, a Premier League makeover for Molineux. We

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speak to the chairman about his vision for Wolves.

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And it has been so mild wizardly, you could be forgiven for thinking

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it was spring, but winter bites We will talk about grit and the

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grit set off I'll vote could save councils millions of Pounds because

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it is aware of recycling. It will prevent more than 30,000 tonnes of

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waste going to landfill sites every year.

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Burnt wood near Lichfield, one of the areas where sweeping the roads

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is no longer just about keeping the neighbour had tidy. It is about

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saving money and the environment. 2000 tonnes of this road debris is

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sent to landfill every year. If you consider the Midlands, that is an

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awful lot of waste that could be recycled. Now the region has the

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technology to make it happen. A process that described by its

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operators as a giant washing machine has been built at the site

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near Wolverhampton. It has cost three-quarters of a million pounds

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and is able to separate different components of the waste. It comes

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in on a daily basis, fed into the plant and from that we will be able

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to derive aggregate score. It is the first time that road sweeping

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recycling has been done on such a grand scale. Seven councils in the

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West Midlands have teamed up to send their waste here for recycling.

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It works out far cheaper than burying it as landfill taxes are

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rising steeply. If we can make maximum use of that material, we

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will save money to pay years. Four Warwickshire a loner we are looking

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at recycling some �10,000 and that is about �800,000. It is estimated

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�10 million in total will be saved over seven years, proving the old

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adage that where there is a market, there is brass.

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That is really good news. It has been another of bad wigs for the

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high street with more stores going into administration but when an

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independent bookstore announced it was to close after 23 years,

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residents decided to do something. They formed a co-operative and are

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about to open a bookshop of their own.

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The hills and Edward Elgar - just two of the reasons tourists come to

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visit Malvern and it is that at the trade that has helped many of the

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shops survive during the economic downturn. Not all are so lucky.

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This bookstore has had to call it a day after 23 years. Disheartened by

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the news, book loving friends decided to start their own shop.

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And formed a co-operative. We have all got very varied backgrounds, a

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huge range of expertise and interest and we can bring all that

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into the one bookshop. Not one of the seven members of the co-

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operative has any retail experience, but they already have the premises

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and work on their new shop is under way. It is a lot of hard work to be

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done and decisions to be made, but we have very different skills to

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bring to it and a lot of knowledge. We will all work together and it

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will be a success. Malvern has more independently owned shops than most

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towns and many like this one are doing well. Open six years ago,

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they have had their best Christmas trading figures ever. So can the

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co-operative be successful? The man behind the shop believes they have

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a chance. The large retailers cannot offer at that level of

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service the independent retailers can. If they get that right, they

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can do quite well. The bookshop will include a cafe and whole

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community events did boost income. Be a co-operative, the financial

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risk is spread and all of those involved are being realistic about

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the future. We are conscious of the risk but we think it can work. We

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will never make a lot of money, but we think we can have an exciting

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project that will benefit the town centre. If everything goes to plan,

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they hope to open the doors in March.

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We can call that the Big Society. Sports time. Robbie Keane can -- 11

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years after he almost signed for them, he became an Aston Villa

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player today for two months. The record goalscorer has agreed and

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loan spell from LA Galaxy and could make his debut against Everton on

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Saturday. A warning, this report does contain flash photography.

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Robbie Keane posing with an Aston Villa shirt. Many of us expected to

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see this in the summer of 1999. But the Villa would not meet the asking

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price and he has travelled the world playing football since. Only

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now will he put on a Villa kit. will try my best to put on a big

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impact and help the team push for what up the table. With my past

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experience and knowledge, I can pass it on to younger players.

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wonder kid joined Coventry instead all those is ago to become the most

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expensive teenager in the Premier League. He scored twice in his

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debut for the Sky Blues and has been prolific ever since from Milan

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to London and California. Robbie Keane has made a habit of scoring

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against Villa, now the fans want to know can he do it for them?

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scored over 50 goals for Ireland, he is a very good player. I think

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the gold will go flying. He is a top player and proven that over the

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years. I look forward to playing with all of them. His arrival

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caught the imagination of the media and if he finds the golden touch

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again on the pitch, everyone will be happy.

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Is Robbie Keane the answer for Villa? Called BBC WM football

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phone-in at 7pm. The Wolves chairman Steve Morgan says the team

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must do better but he says he will not succumb to the hire and fire

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culture with managers. He admits it has been hard redeveloping Molineux

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alongside developing his team but he is determined the new ground

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will be hosting Premier League football next season. Welcome to

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the future. This is how Wolves new �16 million stand well that from

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the inside. This impressive computer-generated video was

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launched today by the club chairman Steve Morgan. The show's fans the

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news facilities. There will be a bar, pub and restaurant and with

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building work on course it will be ready for next season. There is no

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doubt this news-stand is impressive but some fans feel it is costing

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them on the pitch and ultimately the price to pay could be

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relegation. It is a juggling act and it is not easy, but it is one

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we have to live with. The board is determined to take this club into

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the 21st century to offer the facilities it should have a go with

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that. That balancing act sea walls one. Out of the Premier League

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relegation zone. But Morgan is standing by manager Mick McCarthy

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and money is available in the January transfer window. It has

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been disappointing. We expected to be better off than we carry our and

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we have to do better in the second half. This isn't a hire and fire

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club, it is not the way I won any of my businesses. But we do say

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what we have to say behind closed doors. One the new will look

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It is good to hear a German fronting up. All that has happened

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at Birmingham City, we had never heard anything from the board, it

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is a shame because they do not talk to us. But it is nice to hear that

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from Steve Morgan. Before you go, tell us about

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Coventry City. Striker Lukas Jutkewicz is on the

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way to Middlesbrough for �1.5 million. Nikola Zigic scored two

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goals for Birmingham City last night beating Ipswich 2-1, but he

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Scientists, inventor, artist, Leonardo da Vinci's dinners

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resonates through history. An exhibition of his work in London

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has been a sell-out and there is expected to be a similar buzz when

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it comes to Birmingham. It is the first time any of his work has been

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shown in the city. Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery

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is the first venue for a national tour of 10 drawings by Leonardo da

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Vinci to celebrate the Queen's diamond jubilee. It is expected to

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attract huge attention. It is the first time we have had works by

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Leonardo in Birmingham, so it will create a lot of interest. We think

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probably 25,000 potentially, maybe more. The drawings are from the

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World Collection at Windsor Castle and the senior curator says it is

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amazing to imagine the master holding them 500 years ago.

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drawings illustrate all aspects of Leonardo's activity. He was a

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painter, sculptor, architect, scientist. I have tried to select

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in these drawings examples of every aspect of that. A major exhibition

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of Leonardo's work has attracted crowds to the National Gallery in

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London with tickets selling out. This display in Birmingham is

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smaller and more intimate and free. Visitors will be able to get up

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close to some of the work of this world famous artist, architect,

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engineer and scientist, engaging at first hand with perhaps one of the

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greatest minds of all time. For the last 15 years of his life, Leonardo

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regarded himself as a scientist incorporating research in art. This

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is how Leonardo looked with a reputation for arrogance. But one

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drawing thought to be one of his last is a self portrait of how he

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felt as he aged. Kind of grotesque but also a rather pathetic. It is a

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study of decay and Leonardo was conscious of his own body failing.

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It captures something of Leonardo's sense of imminent death. All the

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finishing touches are being made ready for when the doors open to

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the public for three months. It will be busy. He was pretty

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amazing. That exhibition of those drawings opens at Birmingham Museum

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and Art Gallery tomorrow and it is free. Now take a look at the

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free. Now take a look at the weather.

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For a few days we had experienced way above average temperatures but

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because of that the drop will appear more drastic as things

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appear more colder. It applies during the days and nights.

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Temperatures starting to dip to below average. The reason for that,

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we saw a cold front coming through today. Because this high-pressure

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positions itself over us, the winds will be lighter, perfect conditions

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for frost and fog. All of those elements tonight. Skies clearing

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right across the board and temperatures dipping down to minus

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one Celsius in raw parts. A frost developing across most parts and

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also some fog developing mostly in the south-west of the region. That

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could linger because of the light winds tomorrow and if it does so,

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temperatures will struggle to lift. Generally a nice day with a lot of

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sunshine and it will be dry. It is the temperatures that are the main

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concern. Temperatures of six Celsius. Tomorrow night will be

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even colder. Skies clearing once again and light winds and

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temperatures dropping down to minus one Celsius. For the weekend, at we

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pave the way for much colder conditions. Highs of only four

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Celsius. But it is looking sunny at least. Thank you.

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least. Thank you. Just one main had line tonight: our

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