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Good evening. The headlines: A sense of shock and loss in the

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village after a much-loved teacher is killed in a coach crash in

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France. It is not what to expect when your

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children dawn past -- on holiday. Police are given extra time to

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question this man over the murder of a retired schoolteacher.

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30 years after their son was the last man to die a in the conflict

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there, one family's pilgrimage of to the Falkland Islands.

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What we once it is the chance to play against opposition that are

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not Premier League and are playing Good evening. A villager in shock

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tonight as it comes to terms with a school coach crash in France. The

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accident happened at the end of a skiing Hospital for children in a

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Alvaston -- Alvechurch. The coach crash killed 59-year-old teacher p

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per -- Peter Rippington. His wife, Sharon, was seriously injured. A

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13-year-old girl is in serious condition. The coach left Valle

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d'Aosta on Saturday expecting to be in Alvechurch around 1pm yesterday

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afternoon. But around 2:30am, it veered off the A26 motorway and

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down an embankment. Us as snowflakes fell at the Alvechurch

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Middle School, a flag was flying at half-mast.

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Through the day, classes ventured outside to see the many flowers and

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cards, to remember Peter Rippington, or the teacher they nicknamed Mr

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Rip. Where the children struggled with words, their parents found a

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voice. I'm devastated. I cannot believe it has happened. There a

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lot of people who were upset about the news. It is not the sort of

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thing you expect when children go on holiday. I will never replace

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him, he is one in a million. Just after midnight, a coach escorted by

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police brought home the survivors of this horrific crash. Six people

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are still in French hospitals with serious injuries. Among them, a

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fret -- a 13-year-old girl who is critically ill. The school is open

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today and I can reassure you that specialist support is him place

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both for children and for the staff. So, just what caused this coach to

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leave the French motorway in the middle of the night? Solus Travel

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had to drivers for this Italian skiing trip. One of them, 47-year-

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old Derek Thompson is under investigation. He has appeared in

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court, French police say he may have fallen asleep at the wheel or

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become ill. We do not know what happened, it may be the driver fell

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asleep, it may be a defect in the vehicle, it may be something on the

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road, it will take the police a while to finish their investigation

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and identify exactly what did happen. These call it is closely

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linked with St Laurence Church in off church. Candles have been lit

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to remember Peter Rippington and hope that his wife, Sharon, will

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recover well. I spoke to one parent whose child was on the buses with

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minor injuries. She said she was getting checked out in hospital but

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was OK and was desperate to get back to school to support her

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friends. The main focus of the French police

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inquiry will be what caused the coach to crash and a cry it won't

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with no obvious hazards. -- on a quiet road.

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There are strict rules for coach drivers, they cannot drive for more

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than nine hours a day, 10 in exceptional circumstances. Four

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hours 30 minutes driving at a stretch is the maximum before it

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compulsory break of 45 minutes has to be taken. I spoke to our

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reporter who has been following developments in France.

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We know that Derek Thompson has been tested for drugs and alcohol

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which came back negative. They have looked at his tachograph records

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and there is nothing wrong there. He had taken the proper rest and so

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they are working on the basis that he probably fell asleep on the --

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at the wheel. We have been to the crash site today and there is a

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long time Mark on the motorway which tends to support the verdict

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given by drivers on the road on the day that the coach swerved slowly

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off the road. There was no sign of emergency braking. Has the driver

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appeared in court? Yes, he has, he appeared at the magistrates' court

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hearing Chalons-en-Champagne. He will be meeting with his legal

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representatives at the moment. It is safe to assume that he will be

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charged with involuntary manslaughter, bailed and free to

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come home. What is the latest about the injured passengers? The biggest

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concern is about to 13-year-old girl who drifted into a coma on

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Sunday. They were worried about her and transferred her to Paris for

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specialist treatment. She has had surgery but I am told that although

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the injuries are not life threatening they are serious.

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Police have been given extra time to question a man about the murder

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of the Worcestershire school teacher, Betty Yates. Stephen

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Farrow was detained yesterday in Kent, he is also being held over

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the murder of a vicar at his vicarage in South Gloucester last

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week. What are the latest developments?

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Stephen Farrow, the man who has been arrested in connection with

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two murders, he is 47 years of age, he was arrested yesterday morning

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at around 4am in Folkestone by Kent police. That was in connection with

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the murder of 77-year-old Betty Yates, she lived a short distance

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away from where I am standing in the centre of Bewdley. Last Tuesday,

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a vicar, John SAR does, -- John Suddards, had also been stabbed in

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his vicarage. Police are formally linking those murders. I believe

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there are plans to hold a memorial for Betty. Yes, it is early days

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yet but there is a lot of talk about holding a memorial for Betty.

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She was well liked and well known, she was a schoolteacher who was

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known by lots of people. They want to remember her properly. I think

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it would be nice to do that because after a horrific event it is not

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nice to think of her as a woman who suffered like that. We would far

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rather think of her as a teacher, well-respected, well-liked and a

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member of the community of this town. Detectives from West Mercia

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Police have joined with their colleagues at Avon and Somerset,

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the force holding Stephen Farrow. The 46-year-old will be held for

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the next 36 hours, taking us to the early hours of Wednesday morning.

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Six people involved in Clarke -- a car clamping have admitted conning

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vulnerable motorists and out of more than half a million pounds.

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Worcester Crown Court heard how five men and one woman used

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underhand -- underhand tactics to con money out of motorists. Car

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drivers were asked to pay up to �300 to get their cars and on

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clamped. Ricky Basra were shot at close

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range in Melville Road in Edgbaston in June last year. 23-year-old

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Barrington Denny, Gary Narwain, 21, and Sarah Singh, 31 were all found

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guilty of his murder. A murder described by the judge as a

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precisely planned and executed execution.

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GPs have called for Stafford hospital to be downgraded to deal

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with little more than births and broken bones. They are frustrated

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by a lack of progress at Stafford Hospital. In an -- in a leaked

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letter that they doubt the ability of a hospital to deal with the cuts

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in funding it faces. There is a thing called the clinical

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commissioning group, made up by a GPS and in 2013 they will hold the

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purse strings. They have written to the NHS saying that Stafford

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Hospital should boil down to four things. One, the accident and

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emergency unit should become an urgent care centre, dealing with

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broken bones, minor wins and pain relief. They have also said that

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diagnostics should only be simple Diagnostics, the maternity unit

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should be midwife Lear's -- midwife lead, there will not be any

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consultants. And outpatients appointments should be done by

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doctors coming from Stoke-on-Trent or Wolverhampton. I understand

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tonight, with respect to accident and emergency, some changes should

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take place by October this year. Why have they taken this line?

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First of all, they do not think the hospital can make the financial

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savings it says it can. They're talking about a �50 million

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overspend and they are sick of bailing it out. They think that

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over time the hospital will undergo a slow death and they prefer to do

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things quickly. They want to take some things back into the community,

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like treatment of the elderly and people with chronic illness. They

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are also a bit annoyed because the hospital has gone ahead and made

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its own plan without consulting them.

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Stella had tonight: -- still ahead up tonight: In memory of her grand

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mother, a one-woman show linking Staffordshire, Paris and wartime

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romance. It is milder this week, but she

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will have to wait until later on to find out how impressive the

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temperatures will be. This year marks the 30th

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anniversary of the conflict in the Falkland Islands and for many

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families a painful reminder of battles fought a thousand miles

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away. Craig Jones died in the fighting and his father always

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wanted a lasting memorial to him. Now that is about to happen, merry

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road travelled with three generations of the Jones family to

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seen their genes become a reality. An insignificant small plot of land

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in the Falklands Islands, until now. Richard Jones, who and his son and

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two grandson have come to the island, soon-to-be renamed Craig

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Ireland. Craig Jones was killed 30 years ago. His father had the idea

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to buy a piece of land him in his memory. We stand before you today,

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but, to commemorate the bravery shown by a Craig Jones. The is it

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what you hoped it would be? It is better, far better. We have been

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fired -- quite a few years in the dream of this and to come here as a

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reality today is so nice. They were put in touch with the Phillips

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family, as an act of gratitude, the Philips have given them this small

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island. I do not know why am smiling so much. It is a beautiful

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island, you can see for yourself. It was a beautiful ceremony to

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dedicate the stone and the plaque. It has been 30 years but Borrie is

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it the right thing to have done. Richard, his son and grandson are

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finely able to leave this island as a permanent memorial, not only to

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Craig but up to all the servicemen Mary will have a special programme

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from the Falkland Islands for Inside Out here on BBC One next

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month. Tonight at 7:30pm, Inside Out will be looking at the work of

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a special army unit based in Cheltenham. When the remains of

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servicemen are recovered from the battlefields of World War One and

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Two - it's their job to try to find descendants and arrange a military

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burial. This re-dedication ceremony was held in memory of Lance

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Sergeant Edward Hartley, who died in 1944, an emotional occasion for

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his family. Very, very special. Something,

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probably one of the best days of my life.

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The riverside garden where Charles Darwin, famous for his theory of

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evolution, once walked could be bought by the Shropshire wildlife

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trust. It was owned by the Darwin family and the trust now needs to

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raise �75,000 to buy and restore the garden.

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Undisturbed and over a runner, this was Charles Darwin's childhood

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garden and soon it could be open to the public. Every day, just before

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breakfast, Charles Darwin and his brother could take a wander down

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these packs to consider and contemplate. It was known as the

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thinking cap. The theory of evolution is food for thought. Now

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the trust has plans to buy this land and restore it to its former

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glory. When we take it on, we to get on for ever, so we need to make

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sure we got enough money to be able to look after it so our target is

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�75,000 and I think that is a snip. * One of already sits pride in the

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town centre but to people want more of him? Go people know about his

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birth here and there were key carried out, it's got to be

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beneficial for the town itself. don't think there is enough are

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made of him, as far as I am aware. We should be focusing on the 21st

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century, not thinking backwards. a tourist draw, not enough effort

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has been made of him because there has know where for visitors to go

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but if we can acquire the garden and open it to the public, that

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means we can put him at the centre ground. The trust has already

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raised more than �1000, all donations are welcome.

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Time now for the sports news. Stokes City and Birmingham City

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both survived into the sixth-round draw of the FA Cup. Stoke

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comfortably beat Crawley Town 2-0. Next for them is a trip to Anfield.

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The Blues enjoyed two good draws at the weekend.

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They've defied all expectations this season and on Saturday

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Birmingham City were at it again. Chelsea began the fifth round tie

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as hot favourites. But the Blues struck first through David Murphy.

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The joy looked like being shortlived as within two minutes

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Chelsea earned a penalty. Colin Doyle's superb save kept Juan Mata

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at bay. Chelsea finally equalised after an hour through Daniel

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Sturridge but the Blues stood firm afterwards for a deserved draw. The

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Cup draw was also kind. If they win the replay they'll host

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Championship rivals Leicester in the quarter-finals. We are going

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back to St Andrew's the. On any draw, all you want is perhaps the

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opportunity to play against opposition that are not Premier

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League and of course playing at home and that is what the draw has

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brought us. The Blues have an impressive record here this season,

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they have not lost in the league. Two FA Cup winds and there of to

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Wembley for a semi-final. That's something Stoke City know all about

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and they stayed on course for Wembley despite losing Rory Delap

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to a controversial red card at Crawley. Stoke kept their composure

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to earn a first half penalty which Jon Walters converted. They made

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the game shortly after half time through Peter Crouch. Stoke have a

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tough draw away to Liverpool but the fans are sure to be dreaming of

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more Cup glory. In five months, we could be

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celebrating a gold medal in the Olympic village from from a rider

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whose career we have long followed on this programme. Jess Varnish

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from Bromsgrove was one of half of the woman sprint team who took gold

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in the World Cup test event at the Olympic Velodrome this weekend.

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Jess rode the first lap before Victoria Pendleton took over to

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beat the favourites, Australia, in world record times.

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It was hard to do, I didn't think I was going to go faster, I was

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feeling very fit teach me after this morning was.

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Go she's looking good, isn't she? She has always been hard-working

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and dedicated, she was one of our younger sports award winners will

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stop she is so hard-working and dedicated and she's only 21. Lots

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of support there, a coach load of friends and family will stop a lot

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more for that and the Olympics, not even the parents will get to the

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Olympics. Let's hope she can do it. A young footballer has overcome

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bitter disappointment to win a professional playing contract in a

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national competition. Chris Smith had previously been rejected by

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Stoke City and Everton but he has been chosen from more than 5000

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applicants to win a year's contract with Swindon Town.

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It's a bit like the X Factor but footballers and for 21 year-old

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Chris Smith from Stoke-on-Trent, his dreams are now within touching

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distance. I couldn't believe I got to the final. When I think of how

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many people entered, 5500 Gummer also if you think you are in the

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final four of that money, it is daunting. He has come close before

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but spells with Everton Manchester's academy sides ended in

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disappointment. One last role of the dice then, a week's trial at

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Swindon Town at a chance to impress one of the game's biggest names.

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a right-back, he has a fantastic quality because he is a tough

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defender. Chris played and trained alongside Swindon Town players with

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one prize in mind, a year's professional contract. At the end

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of it, the boss, he said yes. prospect for him is very good to

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because at 19, we can work with him and the talent is good quality. I

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think he can have a professional future. I cannot believe it, I am

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absolutely over the moon. I don't know what to say. Everything I have

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done in the last few months has paid off. He says the support of

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family and friends helped him overcome the knock backs and to

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realise that dream, Chris Smith, a professional footballer.

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You can find out more about Chris and see how he heard he had won the

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competition in Late Kick-off on BBC One tonight at 11:05pm. There will

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be all the rest of the Football League action, too.

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Some stories are timeless and are never diminished in the retelling.

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For Caroline Horton, the lot shared by her grandparents is played out

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night after night in her one-woman show that has toured the world.

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Last night Caroline came home to Staffordshire to share once more a

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tale of life and love conquering all in wartime.

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Well come to Paris. It is a simple story of love between a stature man

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and a French woman that Caroline Horton's play, you're not like the

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other girls democracy, has managed to capture the hearts of people

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across the world. Her inspiration, her French grandmother, and her

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many stories of how she met and fell in love with a charming

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gentleman from Cheadle who went by the name of zero. Go they were

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engaged during the war so we didn't see each other for nearly six years.

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Getting telegrams across was very difficult or stop here are some of

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the actual letters and telegrams good Chrissie and Seoul exchange

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between another. Many of these have helped inspire Caroline to write

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the play. Caroline it took the show to the 2010 Edinburgh Festival

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where she was named Best solo performer and then around the world

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are. Last night she brought her grandparents love story back home

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to Whittington in stature for a very special evening organised by

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her dad. Go for me, that story, I heard it so often that it went

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straight over my head, really. It wasn't until Caroline was saying,

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this is pretty special go, it deserves to be remembered.

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Caroline's grandmother died last year but not before she got to see

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the play herself in a very special performance at her nursing home.

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There's one point when I opened the suitcase and balloons come out and

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this French record that she always loved comes on and the balloons fly

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up and her face just lights up. I think one of her biggest pleasures,

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for me, was that she, as her memories faded, she would forget

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things so she would forget how she met Searle and I was able to retell

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her her own stories go which was amazing. Go Caroline is working on

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new material but intends to keep telling the story of her

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grandparents love for as long as people want to see it.

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That is an incredible story. A look I thought we were doing last well

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last week with temperatures that just touched double figures but we

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are going to push that boat out further this week with an early

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taste of spring. We are lapping up these beautiful yellow colours that

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will stream in along the south westerlies. Also moving in across

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the Atlantic, we have a bundle of weather fronts. Quite breezy this

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week but because high pressure is situated to the south, it will

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weaken those weather fronts. Go rain at the moment is desperately

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needed. For tonight, the rain is situated to the north, just patchy

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rain that could turn heavier end to the northern fringes of

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Staffordshire. Elsewhere, is licking dry with a few clear spells

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but temperatures are down to about six Celsius. Temperatures tomorrow

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on the rise once again. It is a cloudier picture than this morning

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but we will start to see that outbreak up through the day and any

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parts the in higher grounds should see the best of the sunshine

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developing through the afternoon. Temperatures are up to 11 Celsius.

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Very little change in tomorrow night, we have a good deal of cloud

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and patchy rain will be to the north of the region but we have

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loads of it and nine Celsius, one of the mildest nights of the winter

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so far. The best bet of all will be Wednesday. Thursday, 16 Celsius.

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Very good for the time of year. Tonight's main headlines: The

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relaxation of border controls went too far says the Home Secretary who

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has promised the system will be tightened up.

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A coach driver appears in a French court following a crash in which a

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teacher from Alvechurch in Worcestershire died.

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A giant ship will be setting sail from the centre of Birmingham to

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celebrate the start of the Cultural Olympiad. It is the brainchild of a

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dance company called Motion House who have in the past performed with

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JCB diggers. The free show is one of the largest outdoor art

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spectaculars ever mounted in the UK with a nightly audience of 6000

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people in Victoria Square in Birmingham city centre.

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We have been working on the show for nearly two years now and our

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idea is to produce a spectacle so that when you come to the show, it

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will be like you have gone to the movies but they are filming yet

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while you are they're so will all the crowd scenes, and you are in it.

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Performers will be going past you and this giant ship will set sail

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