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Welcome to Midlands Today. The headlines: guilty, a council admits

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breaking health and safety laws after a blaze which killed four

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fireman. That plea is entered on a limited

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basis. We should make it clear that we do not accept many of the

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allegations made by the prosecution. The anonymous letters which could

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hold vital clues in a murder of a retired schoolteacher in Bewdley.

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They are typed letters and give differing information. I do not

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believe they have been written by the same person.

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Residents complain of a rubbish tip that is powering over their homes.

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Join me at the cinema that is flickering back to life after lying

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Good evening. Tonight, a council admits breaking health and safety

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laws after a fire killed four firemen.

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The council admitted the charges following the fire four years ago

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which destroyed a vegetable packing warehouse. Despite pleading guilty,

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a council spokesman said they do not accept many of the allegations

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against them. The case against three fire service managers charged

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over the deaths has been adjourned. It is more than four years since

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fire raged through a vegetable packing plant at Atherstone on

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Stour in November 2007. Ian Reid, Ashley Stephens, John Averis and

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Darren Yates-Badley all died. Relatives of the men who died and

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the present Chief Fire Officer were in court today to hear Warwickshire

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County Council plead guilty to failing to ensure the health and

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safety of employees at work. Warwickshire County Council has

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today entered a guilty plea to the charge it faces in connection with

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the fire. That plea is entered on a limited basis and we should make it

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clear that we do not accept many of the allegations made by the

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prosecution. We believe it is very important that we say nothing that

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in any way prejudices the legal proceedings about these tragic

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events so we will not be saying anything further except that our

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thoughts today are with the families and friends of all of

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those affected. Paul Simmons, Adrian Ashley and Timothy Woodward

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or face charges of manslaughter by gross negligence. On the night of

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the fire, they all acted as incident commanders at different

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points during the evening. Supporters of the fire service

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managers say the length of time the case has taken to come to court is

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taking its toll on everyone. I feel very sorry for all of the families

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that have had four years to wait for this day to come. It is

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important to show the three who are here that they are supported.

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court was packed today with relatives of the deceased on one

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side of the court and supporters of the three managers who are

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currently charged on the other. The High Court judge has adjourned

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today's hearing for a date to be fixed.

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You can read more about that case on the BBC Coventry and

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Warwickshire website. Later: the Missing Link, a new

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campaign to build a motorway junction to benefit people and

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businesses in Shropshire. Detectives investigating the murder

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of retired teacher Betty Yates say they have received anonymous

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letters which may hold vital clues about who killed her.

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Mrs Yates was found beaten and stabbed at her remote cottage in

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Worcestershire two weeks ago. Our reporter is in Bewdley now. The

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police think the letters are highly significant?

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They are significant to the police. They are keen to talk to the people

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who wrote them. We do not know what is in the letters. They were typed

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and are not thought to be from the killer. Police told us about them

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when they lifted the cordon around the house behind me. They allowed

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us in the garden. Her hat is still hanging in the summer house. Police

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say these letters have given them new lines of inquiry in the hunt

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for her killer. Inside Betty Yates's House, the frenzied search

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continues, more than two years after her murder. -- two weeks. She

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had been beaten with her walking stick and stuck with a knife.

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Police investigating her murder say they have received two anonymous

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typed letters, one was posted to them and one handed in by a third

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party. They are both typed letters, they give differing information. I

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do not believe they have been written by the same person. I am

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keen for both of those individuals to come forward. Police believe

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Betty Yates was murdered on January 2nd in the evening. It was more

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than 36 hours before her body was found. Teams of officers have

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surged 16 acres of land around her home. It is only when you get here

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that you realise how remote it is. To get here what, we have come off

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the road, down a track for about a mile. The remoteness is adding to

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the complexity of the case. Police say they are keen to trace a white

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man in his 20s with dark hair wearing a thigh-length dark jacket

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who was seen here on the night of the murder. I would appeal for

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those individuals who know what happened to come forward to speak

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to us. They can speak to us in confidence. We are absolutely

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grateful for the information we have already got. I want as much

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information as I can get. former chief superintendent who now

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lectures on crime says that these types of cases can be difficult to

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solve. They are very rare, these types of events. They will be

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appealing for witnesses and ultimately it will be a complicated

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-- combination of winners and forensic evidence that will solve

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this crime. The motive for the brutal murder is not clear. When

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her body was found, the house was locked up and there was little sign

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of a break-in. Police say they are not ruling out the possibility that

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she may have known her killer. There is the possibility that she

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may have disturbed an intruder. Police say they are still looking

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for a black pencil case size purse with Turkey's attached to it. That

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is missing. They are also carrying out a trawl of CCTV footage. That

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is going to be a long and laborious process. They have said tonight

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that they are stressing that the people who wrote the letters, if

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they come forward, they will be spoken to in complete confidence.

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In other news, Poundland say its Christmas sales were up nearly 6%.

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The company has its headquarters in Willenhall in the Black Country

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served a record 5.5 million customers, sold 24 million

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Christmas cards and 10,000 miles of wrapping paper.

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Jaguar Land Rover says it has received more than 20,000

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applications for 1000 vacancies at its Solihull plant. They are

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creating the new jobs to cope with increased production. They have

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also had more than 10,000 applications for its graduate

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recruitment scheme this year, five times the number it received three

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years ago. Incredible figures!

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Astonishing. Security cameras to stop

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unscrupulous carers stealing from disabled people could be put into

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homes free of charge. Birmingham City Council says it is

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considering the move after Michelle Warburton was given a suspended

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prison term for trying to steal hundreds of pounds.

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She was employed privately to care for Trevor Thomas. His family say

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security cameras well help protect the vulnerable.

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These CCTV images show care worker Michelle Warburton trying to steal

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hundreds of pounds from a safe. She tried desperately to punch in a key

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code, even disguising her attempts with a bit of hoovering. Trevor

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Thomas is 45 and has a form of cerebral palsy. His mum employed

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Warburton to help in his care. He thought he could trust have. Today

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Warburton, a mother of two, received a prison sentence,

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suspended for a year. I did not take Michelle Warburton to court

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for Trevor Thomas because I could have just sacked have. I took her

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to court to protect other vulnerable adults that she may have

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moved on to his. The Thomas family believe that without their evidence

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Warburton may have avoided a conviction. She was a private carer

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and was not employed directly by Birmingham City Council. The

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authority has told the BBC that this case shows it must look at

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providing CCTV to protect vulnerable adults. We have already

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begun a dialogue with a supplier of CCTV. We want to look at how we can

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work, in the light of what has happened to date, to extend that as

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a way of safeguarding people in the future. We have to build the

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confidence of disabled vulnerable people to have the confidence to

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name perpetrators of crimes against them. Some of them are scared.

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Warburton must do 150 hours' community service. She had no

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comment believe in court. -- no comment leaving court. The Thomas

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family only installed CCTV as a last resort. Tonight, the images

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they captured could lead to a significant change in the way care

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is monitored at home. A mountain of rubbish, poorer than

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a house, is causing problems for residents who say it is a health

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hazard. They say it is also an eyesore but

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repeated demands to force the firm responsible to move it have been

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ignored. Now the Environment Agency says it

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may stop the firm trading if it does not clear up the mess.

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This is the view that Sally Round wakes up to every morning. A cross

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from her flat in Brierley Hill, an enormous pile of rubbish is taller

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than nearby buildings. Your windows get black in the summer. The

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thought of waking up and looking at the tip is just disgusting.

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waste arrives here in skips. It is a combination of household and

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industrial rubbish, soil, and rubble. Residents have made

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repeated complaints. Last summer, the moment Agency stepped in. The

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company responsible for this huge pile of rubbish has been given

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seven deadlines to meet to reduce the impact the site has on the

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local area. So far, it has failed to meet five deadlines and the next

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one is just a few weeks away. The managing director of the firm

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responsible, RDF Ltd, refused to appear on camera but but he

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acknowledges the rubbish is causing a problem but says he needs more

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time. The Environment Agency says he has had plenty of opportunities.

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The appliance has been their report to date. We were hoping to see the

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level of waste on the site slowly to come down. The compliance has

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been terrible to date. Once the deadline passes, the Environment

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Agency has the power to stop the people operating and clear the

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rubbish from the site. For now, most would agree that the view in

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this part of Brierley Hill is simply rubbish.

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Not the best, is it? There has been a sharp fall in the number of

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people making donations to the arts in the region. They are down by a

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quarter. An MP is calling on the rich to

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fill the gap. Will we ever buy into the idea of

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Of the Staffordshire Community Trust supports good causes like

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this disabled riding centre. The trust has convinced wealthy locals

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to donate money. People are always being asked for money so what we

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say to people is if you letters help you give money to charities,

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or to charity and -- charitable causes, we can make sure that you

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get value for money. The government is looking at various incentives to

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increase charitable giving. But there are concerns that it will not

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be enough. There has been a sharp decline in donations to the arts

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industry. Across England, there has been a drop of 11 %. The report

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says that the region here has some of the those contributions from

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businesses, trusts and foundations and individual giving. One MP is

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concluding that the rich need to do more. The poor give more of their

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money in terms of percentage income than the rich. The middle classes

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and the rich need to give more of their money in terms of

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philanthropy. Philanthropy is nothing new. Do today's super rich

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share a sense of duty? Aston Villa's former owner was recently

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knighted for his work. I would love of a more people to become involved

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in charity in some form or another. It does not matter what they give

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as long as they feel they are contributing to a good cause.

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question some will be asking is whether the big society will be big

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enough. Let's talk to our political editor.

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That is his huge fall. Arts organisations across the region

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must be very worried. This and region You would think would be

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inspired by its cultural institutions. I think real concern

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focuses on the smaller, more community based operations which

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will not have quite such sophisticated fund-raising

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operations. That is why the Arts Council in our region is focusing

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so much of its attention on this region's share of the government's

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hundred million pound match funding Investment Scheme. There are

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various different strands to it. Warne is about increasing endowment,

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that is for more experienced fundraisers. But there is also a

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strand about building capacity and finding innovative ways of making

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What are the chances of a new era of charitable giving in a time like

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this? Whereas the rising generation of Cadbury's? But that is what my

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bloggers about this week. It is part of the government's greater

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gender on responsible capitalism. There will be more about this on

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the Politics Show hero BBC One with me and Andrew Neil from 12:00pm on

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It's a missing link in our motorway network and it's said to be

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damaging the town of Telford. Ever since it was built, the M54 in

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Shropshire has only connected with the southbound carriageway of the

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M6. Those travelling to or from the north have had to make an

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inconvenient detour. Now though, a campaign's begun to build a new

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link road to bridge the gap. Andy Newman reports.

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The M 54 on a quiet, damp Friday. It is Shropshire's only motorway

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but there is a vital link missing. This a sign gives it away. There is

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no connection with the M6 north. I am on the M 54 eastbound add I want

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to get onto the M6 north, but because the junction will not allow

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that I have either to get onto the M6 south and go to the next

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junction and do a U-turn, or I get off the M 54 earlier and use a

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roads to get to the M6 north. It is not ideal. It is not ideal for

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Telford based businesses. They reckon the missing motorway link

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cost of them time and money. Staff had to leave earlier and they get

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back later sometimes. It costs us in overtime and fuel. Gathered on a

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motorway bridge today an alliance of interested parties asking for a

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proper motorway intersection. M6 north is a dog's dinner. You

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have to go through minor roads and it takes about 20 minutes. That is

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not on for local businesses. This was not only the opening shot of a

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campaign, when and even if that link gets built is still an open

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question. But it cannot come soon enough for motorists and businesses

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and -- in Telford. Still to come in tonight's

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programme, Sarah Cruickshank will be here with the latest details on

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the weekend weather and it's not looking very promising!

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We've had a good dose rain today, but it looks like we're in for a

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blustery weekend as the winds pick up tonight. I'll have all the

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A busy weekend of sport with two Premier League derbies to look

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forward to. Dan's here with all the details.

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15 years ago, Robbie Keane scored two goals on his Wolves debut. He

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was 17 at the time and he's never looked back. Tomorrow, Robbie

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returns to Molineux with Aston Villa. He's 80 to 1 with the

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bookies to get a hat-trick. But if he does score a goal, he won't be

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celebrating in front of the home fans. Ian Winter has been to meet

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someone who knows him very well indeed.

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Winner takes all. Just one frame. On an old gold table, against an

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old Wolves favourite to chat about the new Villa striker. No-one knows

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Robbie Keane better than Matt Murray. Matt was best man at

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Robbie's wedding, Robbie is godfather to one of Matt's

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daughters. And this is where they shoot pool to relax away from

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football. I was 16 and he was 17. He was playing and I was on the

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bench. Even though I am bigger than him, he looked after me. He was

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more streetwise. Remember Paul Newman against Minnesota Fats in

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the Hustler? Well, our match was nothing like that. But as the balls

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slowly disappeared, we reminisced about the day Robbie received a

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hero's welcome on his return to Molineux. It was September 2010,

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half-time in the Wolves-Villa game. An emotional moment for Matt

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because injury had cut short his goalkeeping career, and all his old

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pals turned out to wish him well. How much is he looking forward to

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playing at Molineux? I said if you do sign, the second game will be at

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Molineux. He has got a lot of time for the club and there are still

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people there that he knew when he was a young lad. It is a great club

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with a massive fan base and a great stadium. I look forward to it. It

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is only for a couple of months, but it is something that I am relishing.

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I want him to score for Aston Villa, but I wanted to happen after this

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weekend. Robbie's shirt is one of Matt's prized possessions. Luckily,

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he didn't gamble it away on our one-frame challenge. No way! That

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is unbelievable. You played that in a former life.

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Well, Robbie Keane might be looking forward to visiting the Wolves. But

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the same can't be said about Albion fans going to Stoke tomorrow

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because of their awful record against them. The Baggies have

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beaten the Potters just once in the league since 1965. For fans, the

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sinking feeling starts way before the kick-off.

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No hope for the Baggies! This might be an old match report but it sums

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up the mood. When Albion meet Stoke there's only one winner. It even

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seems to influence the choice of programme cover. For lifelong fans

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like Terry Wills the suffering just goes on and on. While he'll travel

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with an air of gloom the Stoke fans will be delighted to see him and

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the rest of the Albion fans. They will quite happily chat and asked

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if we have come for our annual defeat. We just say that one of

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those days we will win. Whether I will still be alive to see it, I do

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not know! Let's hope the drought starts tomorrow. Yes, the stats

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don't lie. In the last 28 league meetings stoke have won 19, there's

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been 8 draws, but just one Albion victory. Stoke score early goals,

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they score late winners. It's no laughing matter for Albion fans.

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But Why does it keep happening? throws itself up regularly in

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certain circumstances. Certain clubs seem to have a say over

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another club, I do not know why. But we will go into the game with

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no pretensions at all. Of course, Albion fans will try not to start

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downbeat, but the sight of celebrating Stoke fans is one

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they've got used to. And you can keep up to date with

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both those derby games and the matches where you live over the

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weekend on your BBC local radio They say football is a labour of

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love but how about this, taking on a derelict art deco cinema and

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lovingly restoring it to its former glory at a cost of more than 2

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million. That's been the all- consuming task of a father and son

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who're still working as we speak on the finishing touches before it re-

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opens tomorrow morning. Ben Sidwell reports on the former cinema that

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When I last visited this him and up in Evesham in 2009, the place was

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in a sorry state. -- this cinema. Now, this Grade 2 listed building

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is back to its art-deco best. For me, there is something really

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special about this cinema or reopening. I used to go clear as a

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child. 10 years ago, I thought it had gone for good. Tomorrow, the

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projectors will roll once again. The restoration project has been a

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labour of love for Lawrence a wife Pat and his father. The team behind

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the rebuild are about to see their dream become a reality. It has been

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a long road and a struggle all of the way. The economic climate over

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the past three years has made it even more difficult. But we are

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finally there and tomorrow we reopen. A few miles down the road

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is a community arts centre which opens its doors in 2004. Part of

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their success has been the decision to regularly turn dead 250 seater

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theatre into a cinema. There is enough of an audience out there for

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both of us to thrive. Anything that adds to the variety of what is on

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offer for people and gets people into film and live events is a good

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thing. Back in Evesham, the films are ready to roll. There is still a

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huge amount of work to do before the cinema reopens. The Regal has

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fond memories for people around here. We want to get that heartbeat

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pumping again. When the first film is shown at 10am tomorrow, this

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Sarah Cruickshank is here now with a look at what the weekend's

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a look at what the weekend's It was a miserable day today, but

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we will have some respite tonight. We will have cloud and it will

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become windy. This is the weather front that brought the rain today.

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In behind on this mile their air for the night period. Overnight

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tonight, it will be cloudy with outbreaks of rain. And then it

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tries and we will see it staying cloudy. The temperatures will not

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get a chance to fall. It will become windy overnight tonight. The

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winds will be westerly indirection. It will turn cooler as we go

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through the weekend. We will see just a few showers, especially

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tomorrow morning. It will be a very mild start tomorrow, nine to 11

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Celsius. Then we will see things turning brighter, clouds break up

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in the afternoon. Temperatures, though, seven and eight Celsius for

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tomorrow afternoon. It will feel cooler because the winds will pick

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up and they will be north-westerly. Overnight on Saturday, but cloud

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starts to increase from the self. Sunday-morning will be cloudy.

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Another cloudy start, outbreaks of rain through the morning and then

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A look at tonight's main headlines: Guilty, a dissident Republican is

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jailed for life for murdering two soldiers in Northern Ireland.

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And a council admits breaking health and safety laws after a

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