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with Mary Rhodes and Nick Owen. The headlines tonight: An inquest hears

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Shropshire teenager Georgia Williams was strangled.

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22-year-old Jamie Reynolds appears in court charged with murdering her

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Also tonight: A jury hears about a little boy reduced to stealing food

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at school - his mother and stepfather are accused of starving

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him to death. A good time to be an elver,

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critically endangered a year ago the baby eels are making a comeback.

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Bus wars, two Midlands cities vying for the title of longest urban route

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in Europe. It is up to Birmingham to come

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forward with proposals we will consider but at this moment in time

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Coventry holds the crown. And as the sun continues to shine the

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temperatures continue to rise. How high did we get today? I'll tell you

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later. Good evening. Police have revealed

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that a Shropshire teenager who was found dead in woodland last week,

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had been strangled. Today a man appeared in crown court accused of

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murdering 17-year-old Georgia Williams. In her home town of

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Telford, the tributes continue to grow and the sixth form college she

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attended has opened a special book of memory. Joanne Writtle reports.

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Jamie Reynolds made a ten minute appearance at Stafford Crown Court

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over a video link from prison. He spoke briefly to confirm his name.

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He is accused of murdering 17-year-old Georgia Williams. Police

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later confirmed a body found in woodland near Wrexham on Friday was

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that of Georgia. A post-mortem revealed she was strangled.

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Meanwhile, acquaintances have expressed sympathy to family.

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four o'clock we had a memorial thing in Wellington. I saw her mum, it

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broke my heart seeing her mum in bits. It should not have happened to

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her and her family. It has broken the family apart. Their world is

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demolished. She was bubbly and cheerful. There was nothing horrible

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about her. A police officer told the inquest that detectives believe she

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died at a house in Wellington sometime tween eight and 9pm a week

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ago. The same day she went missing from her parents home. George was

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studying in Telford where many of those close to her have been leaving

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tributes. Students have been offered counselling. The college principal

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said students were writing condolences in a special book.

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students club together and came up with a number of ideas and

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initiatives to continue to celebrate her life. As a result we have opened

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a book of memories and the students celebrated her time at the college

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yesterday with heartfelt memories and stories and music. Jamie

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Reynolds will appear in court on September six. The inquest into the

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death was adjourned. And Joanne joins us now from All Saints Church

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in the centre of Wellington, Georgia's home town. Friends still

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coming forward in numbers to express their sense of loss?

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Yes, they really are. The town is still in mourning. There are more

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flowers here in the church. The flowers are all over this town at

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various places remembering Georgia. She had so many friends and many of

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them have spent time here at the church over the last few days

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remembering her. Police are still looking for some of her personal

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possessions? Yes, this is an ongoing investigation and they are looking

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for her missing items, they have issued photographs. A distinctive

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leather satchel they want to find that, they also want to find her

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white Samsung Galaxy smart phone and they are particularly keen to find a

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black leather jacket which she was wearing when she went missing from

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her parents home in Wellington a week last Sunday. Anyone with

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information is asked to contact West Mercia Police or Crimestoppers.

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Coming up later in the programme: With thousands of supermarket

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trolleys being abandoned every year, the new phone app that'll track them

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The trial of a mother and stepfather accused of starving and killing

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their four year old son has been told by the boy's teacher that he

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would regularly steal food. Magdelena Luczak and Mariusz

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Krezolek deny murdering Daniel Pelka and causing or allowing his death.

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His body was found by paramedics who were called to the family's home in

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Coventry in March last year. Earlier, I spoke to our reporter

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Phil Mackie at Birmingham Crown Court and asked him what Daniel's

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teachers had to add. Well, we had from two of them, Lisa

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Godfrey, the reception teacher where he went in Coventry and the

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classroom assistant. Both talked about how desperate for food he was

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and the fact he kept stealing from other children, even when they

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locked their lunch boxes away, he found his way in to steal food. The

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system broke down when she described a pancake race when he was so

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desperate for food he was picking up the pancakes out of the dirt. They

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talked about his decline before his death as he became more and more

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emaciated. Lisa Godfrey said he or a resemblance to a child with

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leukaemia. What else did the prosecution say?

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Well, they have said that although Daniel was emaciated when he died,

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the cause of death was a severe head injury and they allege his mother

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and stepfather administered that blow. The couple that together

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listening intently to the evidence with Polish translators. They deny

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murder, the court will resume tomorrow.

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There's been criticism of a decision to allow the controversial private

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security firm G4S to take over the running of two specialist centres

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for victims of rape and sexual assault in the West Midlands. The

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union Unison has said such sensitive services should never have been sold

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off. But G4S has given assurances that victims will get a better

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service. Cath Mackie reports. An anonymous house in Walsall. Jo

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runs this sexual assault referral centre as well as another one in

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Birmingham. The two centres help hundreds of victims of sexual

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violence...which they'll continue to do, but under new management. G4S is

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in charge - the same firm which was widely criticised for its failings

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in the Olympics security contract. Unions are incensed. If you expect

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people to go to these centres and use them, they have to feel

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confident and I think the brand G4S is tarnished at the moment. Before

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now these centres were in effect run by the police in conjunction with

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the NHS and local councils, but a Government investigation said it was

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failing to maintain minimum standards. Access to care and the

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quality of care on offer were criticised. Question is will G4S do

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any better. Well they've told us, they're confident they will. There

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are adequate measures in place, we know what we are doing. We are

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delighted to be doing this. Their confidence is backed by the local

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NHS commissioners who awarded them the contract. G4S have lots of

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experience of dealing with sensitive areas and doing that well. They had

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a track record in this area as well so we were confident they could do

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this and do it well. In future victims can self refer rather than

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through the police, but there's a word of caution from one counselling

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expert. What we have seen in the press about G4S before will people

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think, they will not go there so they will never report and tell us

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what is going on. NHS England have said they'll monitor the new regime

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and if it's failing the G4S contract will be terminated. Police are

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looking for a gunman after a man was shot at a block of flats in

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Coventry. Police were called to Faseman Avenue in the Tile Hill area

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of the city just after two o'clock this afternoon. A 34-year-old man

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was found with a gun shot wound to his lower arm. His injuries are not

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life threatening. Police say it was a targeted shooting and not a random

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attack. The parents of a 19-month-old boy

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who lost his legs and fingers to meningitis B are campaigning for a

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vaccination to be made available to all children. Tommy Brown from

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Walsall was only given a five per cent chance of survival when he

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contracted the disease. Since then a new preventative vaccine has been

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developed and it's hoped it'll be made available from December.

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Nobody should go through what we have been three. It can affect

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anybody. Older people and we think there should be no questions asked.

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They should be introduced into the vaccine. The burden that cases like

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this put on the NHS and the lifelong support he will require, it is worth

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us putting the vaccine into place. Also, if we save one life then that

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is what we want to do. For many years, the number of baby

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eels in rivers such as the Severn has dropped to the point where they

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were officially classed as critically endangered. But this

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spring there's been a "once in a lifetime" explosion in the eel

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population. Which is good news for fishermen and also conservationists.

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Our Rural Affairs Correspondent David Gregory-Kumar has the latest

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report in our Springwatch series. This was going to be a story about

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how the eels and elder population is crashing and the environment agency

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go on patrol to stop fishermen taking them from the River Severn.

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In the start of May, that changed. When it gets dark, we will show you

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what we mean. These are elver fishermen. They have a long

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historical rights to be here. grandfather, his grandfather before

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him. And this is what they are fishing for. Right now, millions of

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them have returned from the sea and made their way to the River Severn

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as to Tewkesbury. This is the moment of migration, millions and millions

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floating across the Atlantic. Right now we have a tailback of 50 miles

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worth of elvers from Tewkesbury to sharpness. There are properly tens

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of millions in the river system coming up now. They are surfing on

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the currents. That may sound like a lot of eels

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but numbers have actually been declining. But this year, it will

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buck the trend and in a spectacular way. The tide came through, we took

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the net and there was a bucket. All I can explain it as is the river

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turned white. It looked like grass covering the river. It was all

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elvers. Once-in-a-lifetime site. This glut is something the group

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want to capitalise on. Where we are on the River Severn, this is the

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greatest problem. We have a series of navigation with matching spree

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and very few elvers can get past the barriers. What we are wanting to do

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on the River Severn is to locate them, pick them up and move them

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over the barrier and release them the other side. These days we do not

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need many elvers in this country but that might change with this glut.

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am quite sure elvers have been enjoyed on toast in Gloucestershire

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which is something that hasn't happened for many years. Not all of

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the locals like them. I don't like them. An acquired taste! These

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little fellas would not be ending up in a Spanish tap at spa. They will

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be relocated and transferred and they will go to a place where they

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can grow to adult eels and they will boost the population as a whole.

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I hope you are enjoying your tea! They've been a feature of

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supermarkets since they were invented in America in 1937. But far

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too often we see them like this. Of the two million trolleys in Britain,

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it's estimated a staggering one million are abandoned every year.

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And only half that number are returned to the store. But that

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could be about to change, as our Business Correspondent Peter Plisner

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reports. Supermarket trolleys end up getting

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dumped in some of the strangest places. While many are recovered

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others never get reported and often this one in Leamington Spa - here

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they reckon they lose hundreds of a monthly. Although many are returned

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- it's still a big problem. Very frustrating. We have had a few

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customers this has happened to numerous occasion and it is local

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residents coming in, doing shopping and rather than carrying a shopping

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home, or getting a taxi from the store, they simply take trolleys

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home and abandon them in the local roads. Now a new Smartphone software

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developed for a could dramatically improve the situation. You download

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the softer -- software and take a picture of the trolley, it works out

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where it is using satellite technology and then you send the

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signal and it is sent to a retrieval crew. Chris Burton is one of those

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receiving the messages. It comes up with a picture of the trolley, the

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address and we can access the trolley and we retrieve it. It's the

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brainchild of Warwick based Trollywise which has been set up by

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one of the worlds leading trolley manufacturers. At the moment we

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circulate in the area finding the trolleys. We will now know exactly

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where they are and that will make us more efficient. Back at the

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supermarket it's plaudits all round from shoppers. A very good idea.

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Nobody wants to see trolleys everywhere. It is a good idea.

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Ultimately, it could all mean fewer sites like this in the future. This

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is our top story tonight: An inquest hears 17-year-old Georgia Williams

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was strangled. Your detailed weather forecast to

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come shortly also in tonight's programme: 12 months on, we catch up

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with the children of Ladywood who have added a new string to their

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bow. And find out why the people of

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Wolverhampton simply love where they Hundreds of primary school children

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have taken to the stage in Birmingham today for a very special

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concert. The pupils are part of a project which aims to improve

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learning and confidence through music. This afternoon they got to

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show off their new found skills in front of a packed audience at the

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Symphony Hall and Ben Sidwell was there to see how they got on.

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Just a year ago these children had never picked up an instrument, let

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alone played one, but this afternoon they were performing at one the best

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concert halls in the world. I feel excited because my parents will be

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here watching me. It's been an amazing experience. It is a new

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thing to do and it can be something for when you get older, playing a

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violin. It's the culmination of generation Ladywood and more than

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5000 children would have either been taught how to play an instrument or

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have learnt how to sing. And every single child will get the chance to

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perform on the stage. The children here today come from Birmingham's

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inner city primary schools, many of them in Ladywood, one of the most

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deprived areas in the country. gives them opportunities they have

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never had before. Playing a violin or a cello and performing at

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Symphony Hall is an experience they will remember for the rest of their

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lives. Hosting today's concert, Blue Peter presenter Barney Harwood.

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is difficult to make friends anyway and when you have 16 schools here

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today with one universal topic, music. It has brought them together

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and they are making noise and enjoying themselves. It was

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absolutely fantastic. Everyone was here. It was really fantastic.This

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is our first time coming here. hope is now they've had a taste of

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music, these children will continue to play for many years to come.

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They make a fantastic sound. A "Groundforce" type operation swung

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into action today to create a new community allotment in the Black

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Country. Students from the local secondary school will take over half

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the plotsand what they grow will be turned into soup for a homeless

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hostel. BBC West Midlands have been getting their hands dirty, helping

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to transform the patch of wasteland, as part of their 'Loving Where you

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Live' tour around Wolverhampton this week.

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Making soup at Wednesfield High School is on an industrial scale.

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Stock. Sweet potato. They have been making 50 litres of vegetable soup

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every week for two years. The soup is for the Salvation Army in

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Birmingham. We had a surplus in the school allotment and it gave the

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students a sense of social purpose and pride in helping the local

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community. Soon, the school be able to make much more soup, more cheaply

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that's because of what's happening here in a once overgrown patch of

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land in the middle of a housing estate. It is an operation where we

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are doing this over here, making it civic grow crops and vegetables.

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organic allotment will be for both the school and the community. BBC

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WM's "Loving Where you Live" project has been helping spread the word.

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has been amazing, so many people want to get involved and they have

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offered so many things, donating plants, we have laws and fences and

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what we need is hands feet and people to get stuck in. Back at

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school and students are being told about the impact their soup is

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having. Ian found himself staying in a Salvation Army hostel for six

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months when a relationship broke down. The fact that children have

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taken time to make it, it is something they will think how

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lovely. It's very nice. It is just nice. You cannot beat home-cooked

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food. And once the new allotment is up and running, production can step

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up a gear. And BBC WM will be back, live in Wednesfield, tomorrow

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morning with the Pete Morgan breakfast show. Speaking to MPs on

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the Commons health select committee, the chair of the ambulance service

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said it will not happen again. have reinforced the values of the

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ambulance service locally and more widely and I'm confident it was an

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isolated incident as sad as it was and we have taken measures to

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prepare -- prevent a recurrence. Protesters have been surveying

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badger sets near Tewkesbury several months. Anti-Aja Cole groups plan to

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disrupt shooting by any means possible to bring it to a halt.

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were concerned they were shooting badgers. We were concerned it had

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started. We are checking in the same area to see if it has happened. The

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estate is our main point in the farm zone they own for % of the badger

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cull zone. Buses aren't usually the type of subject that gets people

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excited ...but now a record busting bus war has broken out between two

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Midlands Cities. For decades Birmingham has held the honour of

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having the longest urban bus route in Europe, but now contender

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Coventry has snatched the title. Joan Cummins reports. Top speed 90

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miles an hour. Capable of 11 mpg but it is not what is going on in the

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engine that's important. More where it is going. The 360 which launches

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officially at the weekend orbits the outer circle of Coventry connecting

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landmarks in the city in a record breaking 31 and a half mile route

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..Five and a half miles more than the previous record holder

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a tourist attraction in its own right? We certainly hope so. It can

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be a main attraction and we feel it is time for Coventry to be in the

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limelight. Have you done this to have a go at Birmingham? No, but it

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helps. On a rehearsal run for the 360, the boss of the transport

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authority hopped on board but refused to talk of rivalry between

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neighbouring cities. It is up to Birmingham to come forward with

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proposals which we will look at and consider but at this moment in time

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Coventry holds the crown for the longest bus route in Europe.

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Coventrian bus users though were delighted at the prospect of a 31

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mile trip for just �2.30. Well done to Coventry. We have had a bad press

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for Coventry but it is nice to have something that is record-breaking

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for the city. It will be nice to see where it goes. Would you stay on for

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the whole journey? I don't see why not. Other toilets? But Birmingham's

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number 11 has admirers. More than 20,000 calendars celebrating its 26

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miles have been made and today the memorabilia creator admitted to

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being upset at the Coventry record breaking takeover. It is like a

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dagger to my heart. It is awful what they have done overnight. Jealousy,

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I am envious of Coventry. Records aside, the most important thing to

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most passengers though is will the bus be on time.

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Who knew buses could raise so much passion? This is what you have been

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waiting for. A calf that got its head stuck in a tree in Shrewsbury

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had to be rescued by firefighters and a crane. It was wedged in the

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tree and unable to move in Coseley Field, Monkmoor. Firefighters tried

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to free the calf using various pieces of equipment but were unable

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to. It was eventually freed by a crew using a large animal harness

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and a crane. The operation took over an hour and the animal appeared to

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be uninjured. Extraordinary. Another glorious day. Just as Shefali Oza

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said it would be. How is it looking? It is looking promising. Slight

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variations in the weather as the week goes on but they are only

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cosmetic and unlikely to enjoy -- spoil the enjoyment. Cloudy

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conditions tomorrow and breezy by Friday but apart from that

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temperatures were ideal. Tempered only by the breeze, reports of it

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being quite fierce in places. There were three places that shared the

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top spot for temperatures. Stoke, Hereford and Worcester with highs of

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20 Celsius. Elsewhere, anything from the high teens to 20 Celsius. It has

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been glorious. The beautiful weather does have drawbacks, this is the

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first lengthy spell of dry sunny warm weather the beginning of the

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year, the pollen counts are coming into focus and they have been high

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today and will be high again on Thursday and Friday. Tomorrow there

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is additional cloud but UV levels will be very high. They were today

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and will be on Thursday and Friday. Take those precautions. If we look

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at the region now, hardly a wisp of cloud. That changes as the night

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goes on. A bank of cloud in the East will gradually worked its way in

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from that direction as the night goes on. Some cloud cover, a breeze

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as well through the night holding temperatures up. Temperatures around

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nine or 10 Celsius. It is not as cool as last night. However, because

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of the cloud, we do not start with dazzling sunshine we had today,

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tomorrow a dull start, the sunshine will burn through layers of cloud in

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the morning producing sunny spells. Because of the sunshine, cloud

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bubbling up. It stays dry, at temperatures will be knocked on the

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head. In the north, highs of 16, in the south, 18 with less breeze. The

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weather front is trying to get into the Northeast on Thursday but it

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will be killed off by the prevailing high pressure. The isobars are

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tightening up. Thursday and Friday, the breeze picks up and it will be

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sunny and warm. 60 years on - the Queen marks her

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decades as monarch in a special service at Westminster Abbey. And an

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inquest hears 17-year-old Georgia Williams from Shropshire was

:27:32.:27:38.

strangled. I'll be back at ten, with an

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