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Welcome to Midlands Today. Our main headlines... As JCB offers jobs

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hope to young apprentices, the boss calls on the Chancellor to deliver

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a radical budget. No gimmicks, just let's have a policy that we all

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understand. Patients are dying needlessly because a quarter of

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junior doctors do not know how to diagnose a specific type of stroke.

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Is it time for Synchronised to give us an upset in the Gold Cup? And

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meet our new Press Pack, asking the questions that matter. Do you have

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a message for Usain Bolt? But his faith in the Lord that he is going

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Welcome to Thursday's programme. Tonight, it is time for radical

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action, that's the message from one of the region's leading

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industrialists to the Chancellor, ahead of the Budget next week. The

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intervention from Sir Anthony Bamford comes as his company, JCB,

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announces plans to recruit more than 100 new young people this year.

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Three apprentices embarking on New Careers, just as �3.5 million is

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invested in jobs for young people at JCB. In fact, these apprentices

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are actually 16-year-old triplets, all training to be welders. It is

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very hard to get a job now, it is challenging. In the long term, it

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is going to benefit me, it is going to be a really good career choice

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for me. Hopefully stay here and progress through the ranks. As part

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of its initiative, called Young Talent, the number of

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apprenticeships at JCB is being doubled this year. It comes as the

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chairman, Sir Anthony Bamford, has issued a report direct to the Prime

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Minister, in which he calls for a manufacturing champion in Whitehall,

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and says it is time for radical thinking. That radical approach to

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revitalising British manufacturing could involve looking to Germany.

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Sir Anthony Bamford says, in economic terms, Germany puts the UK

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in the shade. Every month we are importing more than we're exporting.

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It is terrible. And yet Germany, just across the way, can do it.

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There is no magic to it, they have just applied themselves, as a

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policy, written or not, that is understood, about education, about

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vocational training, very well understood in Germany. The Budget

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is imminent - what would you like to see from the Chancellor? From a

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business point of view, reducing corporation tax would be a good

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thing, and they should continue to do that. But more than anything, I

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would say, no gimmicks, just let's have a policy that we all

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understand. According to JCB, a coherent long-term strategy for

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manufacturing is required, and they want politicians from all parties

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to act as a matter of urgency to protect British jobs. There's a

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special programme on the state of the economy in our region next week.

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Our Economy: The Midlands Today Debate is on Monday night here on

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BBC One at 11:05pm. Good to have your company. Later in the

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programme... We will be in Wolverhampton, where workers at the

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Goodyear Dunlop tyre factory are hoping for a secure future. But

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first, patients are dying needlessly or being left with brain

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damage because a quarter of junior doctors do not know how to carry

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out the two vital tests needed to diagnose their condition. People

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going into A&E complaining of severe and violent headaches are

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being missed diagnosed as having my greens, when in fact they have a

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life-threatening brain condition. This report from Michele Paduano.

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In May 2010, Caryl Hinton went momentarily blind and deaf, she

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vomited. Her family is taking legal action now after the junior doctor

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failed to organise a head scan. 16 days later, she dropped dead.

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would not wish it on anyone, my family completely fell apart after

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it happened. Me and my brother were homeless for six months, our family

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was completely destroyed. 17 months earlier, June Harriman was told she

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had a my grain and was sent home from hospital in Staffordshire.

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Within days, she had died. There is a little blister on his blood

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vessel, and that was the cause of the haemorrhage. This eminent

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surgeon helped the family of June Harriman get compensation. Back in

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1997 he wrote a paper about the need to scan patients with a sudden,

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agonising headache, also known as a thunderclap headache. If you have a

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sudden, agonising headache, you should be screened for the

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possibility of a brain aneurysm. If you walk into hospital with a

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sudden, agonising headache, the chances are, you're going to walk

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out. If you come in with a coma, the chances are you're going to die.

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Extraordinarily, while doctors were failing June Harriman, researchers

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at the same hospital were researching the failure to diagnose

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this condition. We put in a Freedom of Information request to try to

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get the findings of the study. It was a survey of more than 100

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doctors in A&E. 20% of junior doctors had never heard of a

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thunderclap headache. Only 20% were discharging patients after ACT scan.

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84% did not know how accurate a CT scan can be in the early stages.

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have got no experiences in anything but I will, but when I heard of

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those symptoms, I would have thought there was something wrong.

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I do not understand how somebody who has done seven years of

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training cannot feel the same way. Over the years, several patients

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have been missed, with this condition. One law company is

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currently dealing with five cases. He includes Dudley, Shropshire,

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Stafford, it is something that we feel frustrated about, because we

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cannot see that there is any action being taken to prevent future

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deaths. It is felt that with education and national guidelines,

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the situation can be improved, but that they are needed, and quickly.

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Following that report, lawyers representing the families are

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waiting to the Secretary of State for Health, urging action to make

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sure that there are fewer unnecessary deaths. Three months

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into a murder investigation, police have doubled the reward for

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information about the death of a man in the firing was to. 52-year-

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old Andrew Heath was found dead at his home in Warndon in December. A

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reward of �20,000 is now being offered. West Mercia Police are

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treating the fire as a suspected arson attack. This has proved to be

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a difficult investigation. It is still very active, even though it

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is in the fourth month following the incident. There are more than

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40 officers on the investigation, and we are still following a number

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of lines of inquiry regarding the murder of Andrew Heath. A candlelit

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vigil to commemorate the first anniversary of the uprising in

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Syria is taking place in Birmingham this evening. Scores of Syrian

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exiles live in the West Midlands, and they have been having to go

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through harrowing television pictures from their homeland. This

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report from Bob Hockenhull. About 60 people have gathered here,

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including Syrian nationals. It comes on the day that 200 groups,

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from 27 different countries, have called for a UN resolution to

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demand that the Syrian Government should allow humanitarian aid into

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the country, and stop bombing civilians. With me now is Abdul

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Omar, who has organised the vigil tonight. The people who were of

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Syrian extraction here, are they able to contact their relatives in

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Syria? It depends on which part of the country their families are from.

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People in the centre of Damascus are likely to be able to

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communicate. Those people in places like Homs and Deraa are on the

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opposite end of the scale, communication blackouts are

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extremely common, in fact, they are now the norm. Do you think

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humanitarian aid will be allowed into the country soon? From what we

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have seen on the news, it is quite are -- quite bizarre to expect

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those responsible for committing the crime to deliver the aid as

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well. I am expecting some kind of a different ploy from the Syrian

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regime, to use it as a propaganda coup, but those who are suffering

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will continue to suffer. Just quickly, I can speak to Ellis

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Brooks from Amnesty International - could you have imagined that the

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situation would get so bad one year ago? No, the determination of

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people to do this for a whole year has been amazing, in spite of the

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crackdown. There are now 3 million people, through Amnesty

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International, who stand with them. We have just issued a new report

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about the torture which has been done. Amnesty International is

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bearing witness to those issues. 8,000 people have died so far. The

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question on everybody's lips here - how many more have to suffer? Three

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former pupils have been threatened with legal action over comments

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they made about their school on the social media side Twitter. They

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have each been landed with a bill of nearly �700 to cover the legal

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costs of the schools after lawyers were brought in. One current pupil

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has also been suspended as part of the row. This report from Steve

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Knibbs. Twitter works by people publishing their thoughts in 140

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characters or less. But three former students and one still at

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The Crypt School went too far, posting what have been described as

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highly offensive and libellous comments about members of staff.

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The school threatened the users with legal action and asked for

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costs of �680 each. The pupil still at the school was suspended for a

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day. The head teacher told me his actions were proportionate. We sent

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them a warning letter, which said, remove the tweets, refrain from

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posting things like that again, otherwise we will take legal action.

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But unfortunately, when you involve lawyers, it brings costs. There has

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been a lot of reaction to the story. One user said... But communications

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experts say writing comments on the Internet is subject to the same

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laws as those covering journalists. People like journalists have been

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given legal training in things like this. Of course, not everybody has

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that. Suddenly, you have got thousands of cities and journalists

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who can write whatever they want, or think they can, and then there

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are repercussions. -- cities and journalists. I have spoken to the

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people, and they feel they have been hard done bye-bye the school.

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-- citizen journalists. Having said all of that, they go on to say, now

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that we have seen the consequences of our comments, we realise that

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what we put was a mistake, in hindsight. We have apologised to

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the school. Still coming up, we're counting down to the Gold Cup. And

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one more day to go before the rain comes tumbling down? Let's hope so,

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we could do with some, but amounts will be variable. Catch-up with the

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details later. Before that, Goodyear Dunlop has

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unveiled a �6 million revamp of production facilities at its

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Wolverhampton factory. The firm has gone through some tough times over

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the last decade, with hundreds of workers losing their jobs, but it

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is reaping the benefits of an upturn in the UK motor industry.

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The 300 strong workforce at Goodyear Dunlop in Wolverhampton

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took an hour off the factory floor to join in the celebrations to mark

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the end of a five-year, �6 million investment programme. It has been a

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long journey, the tyre industry has a lot of challenges. This

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investment shows exactly the kind of commitment that we have to the

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future of our business. The factory retreads truck tyres and makes

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rubber which is sent around Europe to be made into tyres. This plant

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is a fraction of what it was 15 years ago, but for workers, the

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redevelopment was morale-boosting Euros after challenging economic

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times. That amount of money, it shows that people in Europe think

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we have got a good future here. shows there's opportunities to

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progress. At 54, I cannot see me working anywhere else. I love

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working for this company, I have worked for them for such a long

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time, and this guarantees my future, hopefully. The factory is just as

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short distance from where Jaguar Land Rover are investing in a new

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engine plant, on the i54 business park. This is a massive shot in the

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arm for the City of Wolverhampton. We have got a significant

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investment in Goodyear, but also we have heard last year, Jaguar Land

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Rover building a multi-million pound engine plant. 4,000 people

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once worked here, but decreasing markets and moving production

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abroad means there are now 300. But workers and the company as a whole

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say the �6 million revamp is an investment in the future. It is

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time for the sport now. We're counting down to one of the biggest

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days in the racing calendar. Yes, tomorrow is the Gold Cup. It is

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like Christmas Eve today for raising funds. And there has been

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an emotional victory for Herefordshire jockey Tom Scudamore.

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He won the Byrne Group Plate, a bored Salut Flo. It is just his

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second ever we know at the Festival. Take a look at the passion. So, to

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the Gold Cup tomorrow. It is a clash between current champion Long

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Run and Kauto Star. But there is no shortage of rivals hoping they can

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grab the headlines away from the big two. And those rivals include

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Synchronised, trained in Gloucestershire by Jonjo O'Neill.

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He is a quirky type but he keeps on improving. Let's be honest, he is

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not the best-looking horse you will never set eyes on. With his

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distinctive white face and K join - - and long ears, Synchronised does

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not exactly stand out. I don't know wattages, but he is not a good-

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looking horse. He is like a ladies' hunting horse, really. But he is a

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great character. And it is the same on the gallops, at Jackdaws Castle

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in Temple Guiting. But what really matters is how they run.

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Synchronised has already won a Welsh National and a Midlands

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National. Synchronised was always considered a Grand National

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contender, but steady improvement over the last few years means that

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he is now going for the biggest prize at the Cheltenham Festival.

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He is in the form of his life, he is in great shape. So long as he

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surprises me a little bit more this season, that would be grand.

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the stable has already had two Festival winners this week,

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including Alfie Sherrin, who won the big handicap chase on Tuesday.

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Synchronised has great stamina, so he would have preferred softer

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ground to blunt the finishing speed of some of his rivals. But the Gold

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Cup is not a beauty contest, and he will be battling on right to the

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line. You can keep up-to-date with awe of the action tomorrow on the

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For thousands of speedway fans, the sport's winter hibernation is

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finally over. New signings are being paraded, and new owners are

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outlining their ambitions. When the tapes go up on Easter weekend,

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three Midlands teams will be vying to lift that trophy. This report

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from Nick Clitheroe. No brakes, no fear, is the motto. You have got to

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have strong nerves in this sport. That's why speedway attracts a very

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loyal army of fans. You just look forward to getting back to seeing

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them race, the smell, everything. Everybody is excited, the team

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looks very strong on paper. If we make the play-offs, we have done

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really well. The Birmingham Brummies only entered the Elite

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League last season. But expectations are high. The level of

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interest on this media day reflects the optimism at this club, that

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they can genuinely be title challengers. We want to win the

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Elite League. It is ambitious, but because of the way the points set-

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up happens in the Elite League, anybody at any time has a chance of

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winning. Tom Court also under new owners are the Coventry Bees,

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champions from 2010. They had a horrible 2011, in which their

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League status came under threat. A calmer seas and off the track will

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give them a better chance. season. Wolverhampton are also

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seeking a change of fortunes after a disappointing way last year. --

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after a disappointing year last year. Last year was a bit of a

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comedown for us, but it is difficult to maintain a high

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position year after year in this sport. But we are looking to get

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back into the top four at least this season. All three clubs will

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meet in Midlands League races next week. It must be spring term, the

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speedway season is getting under way. And three weeks today, the

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cricket season starts as well. Now, does the social networks like

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Facebook need a bit of a geography lesson? -- social network site.

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When users update their Facebook status, the location can often be

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spectacularly incorrect. Our correspondent has been

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investigating, and he joins us now from, well, what could be said to

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be Chaddesley Corbett... Indeed, I have spent the afternoon enjoying

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the delights of the lovely village that Facebook calls it Chaddesley

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Corbett. Chaddesley Corbett is a small village of 1,400 people in

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Wyre Forest in Worcestershire. It has shops and the Post Office and a

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sports club located in Fox Lane... OK, actually, this is Birmingham.

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And this is Chaddesley Corbett. The two are 16 miles and a 30-minute

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drive apart, so why does Facebook keep confusing them? This is

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something I did a few days ago in central Birmingham, at a staff

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leaving do. It is a photo I took, and it clearly says I am in

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Chaddesley Corbett, and I can promise you, I wasn't. Frankly, the

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16 miles is the least of it. These are the differences which are

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cropping up on Facebook. For some viewers, the difference can be as

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much as 150 miles. Just what is going on? Absolutely ridiculous,

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what does Facebook say about this? Firstly, we know the difference

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between Birmingham and Chaddesley Corbett. Facebook told us in a

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statement that occasionally, inaccurate results will be returned.

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What is happening is that Facebook are using the IP address of the

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computer or phone, which is a great way for things in cyberspace to

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find out where other things in cyberspace are, but it is not so

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good when you try to translate it into the real world, it is not

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completely accurate. So, how long have they got it? As you say, on

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our Facebook page, Daniel lives in Leek, but Facebook often puts him

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in Guildford, about 187 miles away. We think that is the biggest error,

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but if you know better, why not tell us on our Facebook page?! You

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will find a link to a blog which I have written about the subject as

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Across the region, thousands of children have spent the day

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covering the news for BBC News School Report Day. Amelia Benjamin,

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from Arthur Terry School up in Sutton Coldfield, interviewed Lord

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Coe in London. It was a big day for Amelia, who hopes to compete in the

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2016 Games. And in Coventry, there was a royal visit earlier in the

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week, Princess Anne visiting the Whitley Academy. The children were

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on hand to report the visit. In Birmingham, pupils from Holyhead

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School have been investigation -- investigating preparations in the

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city for the arrival of the Jamaican athletics team this summer.

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Jamaica is a nation of fewer than 3 million people, but the country

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produces some of the world's greatest athletes. This is the

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University of Birmingham, and this is where the Jamaican team will be

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staying. We are at the University's running track to check the

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facilities and make sure they are suitable for the Jamaican team. Is

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it true they have been asked to provide extra long beds because

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some of the team members are so tall? Yes, there are five or six of

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the team who are particularly tall, so we will be bringing in some

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extra long beds for them. I will be part of a team of volunteers

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helping the Jamaican team. We can take them around the Bull Ring, we

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can take them to the sporting stadiums around Birmingham, we can

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show them around the city and hope that they enjoy their stay. In the

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last Olympics, the United States athletics team won seven gold

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medals, and the Jamaican team won 6. Together they're the best athletics

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teams in the world. In Handsworth, excitement about their arrival is

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building. Preparations for lunchtime are under way at this

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community centre. Today, the talk is about one thing only. I feel

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very proud. I live in Birmingham and I loved Birmingham very much,

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and I am really glad that they are coming. Do you have a personal

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message for Usain Bolt? Trust in the Lord, put his face in the Lord,

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that he is going to be the winner. -- put his faith in the Lord.

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Jamaican, I am British, and proud. Don't let us down. Having the teams

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here will be very prestigious for Birmingham, and it seems that

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wherever they go in the city, they We are joined now by two of the

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stars of that. Did you enjoy it at stake yes, it was fun and exciting,

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and it built up our confidence. met some characters. Yes, it was a

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really good opportunity to develop our skills as young reporters.

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have got another challenge for you, we thought you could try your hand

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at presenting. That would be great. Of you go, then. Now, it is time

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for the weather. Shefali is here with the forecast. Thank you very

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with the forecast. Thank you very much. Today has been another

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disappointing day in terms of sunshine. Back in the team more of

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the country, where it was quite sunny, temperatures shot up. But in

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terms of cloud, tomorrow is going to be very similar. For the

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Cheltenham Gold Cup, we are looking at highs of around 12 Celsius. It

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will be a breezy day, but it will be mainly dry. As for the weekend,

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that's when it is going to turn cooler, and at last, we will get

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some rain. That's from tomorrow night onwards, in fact. Tomorrow,

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we will see the Sturley and thickening up once again. Some mist

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and fog as well, but not quite as extensive. -- we will see the cloud

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thickening up. Tomorrow, again, a dull start to the day. Temperatures

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getting up to 11, 12 or 13 Celsius. I said it is going to be more

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breezy tomorrow. And you can see the rain as well, coming into parts

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of Wales by the end of the day. This is going to start to spread

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eastwards through tomorrow night. It becomes heavier as we head

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It becomes heavier as we head towards Saturday morning. A lot of

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people will be pleased about that. The main headlines tonight - new

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evidence that Merseyside Police blamed Liverpool fans for the

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