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with Nick Owen and Mary Rhodes: The headlines tonight: From Mumbai to

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the Midlands - business leaders from India looking to invest and create

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thousands of jobs. development facilities and the track

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record of helping companies go global. Scores of potential

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investors were put in touch with companies who want to expand.

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A doctor describes how a four-year-old boy looked like a

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concentration camp victim, as a mother and stepfather are accused of

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his murder. Best in the country - a new centre

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of excellence for the treatment of burns is set up at the Queen

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Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham. are very proud that this centre has

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been established here. Walking in the footsteps of Tolkien

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- an audio tour of the Birmingham landscape that inspired his tales of

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Middle Earth. And after a wet and windy day, is

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there any let-up before the weekend? I'll have the full forecast later

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potential investment and thousands of new jobs. That is the prospect

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offered by investors from India who are in the Midlands today with money

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to invest in technology companies. But with the number of unemployed in

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the West Midlands increasing to 259,000, will more overseas

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investment actually create jobs that so desperately needed here?

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East meets West, well, the wisp Midlands at least, at a major

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conference today designed to put investors from India in touch with

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companies here who need cash to expand. India is currently the fifth

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largest investor in the UK and now it is offering even more money.

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Indian companies have the capital because they have been growing so

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sharply in the West Midlands and Britain has the research and deserve

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-- development facilities and the track record of helping companies go

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global. Then you have profits for the West Midlands and profits for

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India. And it is innovators in technology

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that the Indians are most interested in. We want to invest in companies

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interested in a specific industry or specific technology. On the services

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side, we are interested in companies, boutique services

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companies who addressed one area of the market and do it very well.

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Indian conglomerate Tata macro has already invested billions of pounds

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into Jaguar Land Rover. It has also spent millions setting up a research

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and development centre in Coventry, smaller companies here are also

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eating of investment. This Birmingham -based software developer

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is 60% owned an Indian company. The Indian investment company called

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Reliance has put tens of millions into this company, helped them

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develop new games and expand and create new jobs. But according to

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management, there is more to it than just accelerating expansion. It is

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more than just investment in a company. They have great expertise

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in smartphone platforms. We traditionally have not had that

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similar -- allows us to expand. Horizons, new markets and more

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importantly, new jobs. It is all good news for a region that needs to

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drive forward and stay ahead of the game. It is actually the fourth

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month in a row that unemployment has risen in this region, bucking the

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national trend. So what is the reality for people looking for work?

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Our Staffordshire reporter has been finding out.

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A city the size of Stoke-on-Trent. Just over a quarter of a million

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people live here. What is the same number of people who are unemployed

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in the West Midlands. But behind the numbers, what is the reality for

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those looking for work? This job club is held every week at idle.

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Help, support and practical advice for those who were looking for work.

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Sometimes you feel ready discriminated against because of

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your age. When you ring up for a job when they know they can get perhaps

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a 17 or 18-year-old to do it, they will give it to that person and not

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you. Traditionally, manufacturing has been strong here. It is still

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important though many job-seekers are also looking to gain new skills.

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If you have any course you would like is to put on for you, give us

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an idea of what you were looking at. Inspired of the health on -- help on

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offer, the search for work can still be difficult. It is harder to find

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16 hours a week than it is full-time work. Sometimes you go and there are

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200 people or more applying for the job even though it is only

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part-time. But you still have to keep on trying. Maintaining an

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optimistic view of the economic outlook might sometimes be hard but

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old and new industries are looking for signs the implement picture is

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improving. Our business correspondent is

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outside the Jaguar Land Rover factory in Castle Bromwich. How much

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money has flowed from India to Jaguar Land Rover so far? In the

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last two years, �3.5 billion in products and facilities. This year,

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a staggering 2.75 billion being invested. If you look at what used

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to be the staff car park just behind me, you can see a pile of rubble.

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They are building a huge new logistics warehouse. More

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construction is to come. A big investment plan for Castle Bromwich

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and there is also investment going into Solihull where they built land

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Rovers. More building going on there so a lot happening, a lot of money

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being spent and it would not be happening without the influence of

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the Indian owners. What has been the impact of that investment? Apart

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from the construction, which you can see everywhere, there have been new

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models, several big launches, the Jaguar F type is the latest as you

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can see on the side of the visitor centre. There has been a new range

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Rover as well. And new jobs. Jaguar Land Rover reckon around 900 in the

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last two years. A lot of them are agency workers but they do become

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permanent if the growth continues over a period of two years.

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Yesterday we were talking about the reasons for the rising unemployment

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and you mentioned is was probably to do with the eurozone and a skills

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shortage. What are other reasons? There is obviously a skills shortage

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and Jaguar Land Rover find it difficult to recruit staff. They are

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also finding their suppliers are finding it difficult to recruit

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staff. More apprentices are being recruited. That is good news but it

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will not happen overnight. Another issue is bank lending. There is

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lending going on now but a lot of companies I am talking to see the

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interest rates are too high. They do not want to overstretch themselves.

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And that means that ultimately they are not expanding and not creating

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the jobs. Coming up later in the programme: Birmingham city announce

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an electronic cigarette company will be their new shirt sponsors.

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A four-year-old boy has been described as being one of the most

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emaciated a senior doctor had ever seen. Daniel Pelko died from a

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subdural haematoma in March 2012. It is alleged he suffered months of

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abuse and starvation before his death. Birmingham Crown Court heard

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he weighed less than 11 kilos, that is just over a stone and a half,

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when he died. Our reporter was in court today. The jury has been

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hearing from the doctors who saw him in hospital. What did they say?

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heard from a doctor who is the child protection Doctor for the University

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Hospital voluntary and Warwickshire. She described herself as being well

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used to seeing sick children and even dying children. But she said

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she saw Daniel a couple of days after he had died in the mortuary

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and the word she used was she was horrified. She told the jury he

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looked tiny, skin was hanging off his arms and thighs and his tummy

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was so thin you could actually see his bowels. When asked to describe

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the level of ACA and had she ever seen this for herself before she

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said, no, she hadn't as a doctor but she told the jury that if they

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considered it as they had seen of children and adults who work victims

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of the concentration camps, then they could get a picture of how

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small and tiny Daniel was. The jury were shown a photograph taken days

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before his death. Did he actually look ill in those? There was a

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beautiful photograph shown, taken in a classroom during an city. The

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doctor was asked to comment on how thin he looked. Obviously, you do

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not know the child but she said she would have been concerned about how

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small his neck was. The photograph was taken in profile. She said his

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neck looked scrawny. She said that after she had examine his dead body

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she had recommended a forensic post mortem. Let's not forget that's

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mother, Magdelena Luczak, and stepfather, Mariusz Krezolek, with

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deny murder, and the trial is expected to last six weeks.

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A court has heard a mother accused of dropping her six-day-old baby

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down the rubbish chute of a tower block in Wolverhampton was suffering

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from a psychosis linked to postnatal depression. Jaymin Abdulrahman's

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daughter suffered skull fractures and brain injuries as a result of

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the fall last September. The court was told the 25-year-old mother had

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such severe depression that she was unable to make rational decisions.

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STAFFORD The administrators running Hospital have asked for an extra 30

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days to put together their recommendations about the future of

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services there. They were brought in by the health watchdog Monitor in

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April after it decided the hospital trust was no longer clinically or

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financially sustainable in the long term. The Support Stafford Hospital

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campaign say they are surprised by the news and it further undermines

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their confidence in the process. Four companies have made final bids

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to buy Coventry City Football Club Ltd, but the Ricoh Arena's owners

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are not one of them. The administrator says he will now

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consider the offers before selecting a preferred purchaser. The only two

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confirmed bidders are Sisu, who own the other half of the club, and a

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consortium involving the American billionaire Preston Haskell IV.

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After six months where emergency care at Shropshire's main hospitals

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has been under massive pressure, the trust which runs them says it has

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executives of both the Shrewsbury and Telford acute hospitals trust

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and the community health trust which runs the county's cottage hospitals,

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on BBC Shropshire from 9am tomorrow play next season with the logo of an

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electronic cigarette company on their shirts. Local firm Nicolites

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have agreed a one-year deal with the Championship side. The news comes

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the day after it was announced that electronic cigarette would face

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tougher regulations in the future. Their billboards are all over the

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city of Birmingham. Next season there logo will be all over the

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shirts at Birmingham city. Erdington -based company Nicolites is the

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biggest manufacturer of electronic cigarettes in Britain. They claim to

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have helped 400,000 smokers kick the habit last year and believe this

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deal will grow their business further. 2013 for us was about

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marketing the brand, increasing awareness about the products

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available. So that is why you have seen a lot more marketing act to the

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teak and one of the reasons why we decided to work with Birmingham City

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Football Club as well. Of course, not everyone will like this deal.

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Only yesterday the health regulator announced plans to make these

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cigarettes a medicine from 2016 with tighter regulations. One of the

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concerns has been there promotion to children. We do not want to

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encourage young children to start smoking so we thought that on the

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junior kits it would be better to have a charity logo on the front of

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them. That is why Tony adult replica kits will carry the Nicolites logo.

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-- only adult replica kits. Children's shirts will have the Help

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Harry Help Others logo instead. It was set up by Harry Moseley, who

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died two years ago of a tumour. that logo and that branding on the

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top, a club that Harry was very passionate about, just means the

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world and means in return we can offer so much more support. In the

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1980s, West Bromwich Albion will be as anti-smoking logo on their

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shirts, but they were relegated that season. Birmingham city will be

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hoping to avoid a repeat. This is our top story tonight: From

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Mumbai to the Midlands, business leaders from India looking to invest

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and create thousands of jobs. Your detailed weather forecast to come in

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a moment. Also in tonight programme: At 12 years old, is Fraser the

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youngest entrepreneur in the country? He is earning thousands

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from the company he set up making fudge.

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And walking in the steps of Tolkien. The chance to soak up the landscape

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that inspired his tales of Middle Earth.

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Birmingham is to be named as a national centre of excellence for

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research into burns. The prestigious accolade comes with �1.5 million in

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charity funding for research. Doctors now hope to trial a cheap

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form of synthetic skin which will remove the need for painful skin

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grafts. Our health correspondent's report contains some images you may

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find upsetting. Five years ago, Wiktoria Kaleta was

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trapped in a house fire. Since then she has had 60 operations and

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treatments to improve her skin. The latest gave her some more movement.

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She welcomed the latest development. It is a good thing because you could

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help a lot of patients get wetter. The charity the Healy foundation has

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provided money for a centre of excellence following a joint bid I

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think University, Queen Elizabeth Hospital, the Children's Hospital

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and the London free hospital. is the first time proper funding has

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been put to burns care in the UK and we are very proud that the centre

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has been established here in Birmingham, specifically in

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Birmingham, and I am sure it will be the start of a very good outburst of

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research in burns care. Jamie from Reading knows the value of that

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research. He was moved to Birmingham for its expertise. And there it is

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still healing where I have had artificial skin put in. He suffered

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45% burns after an accident working as an electrician. I first came out

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of the theatre and when they first took the bandages off I was not

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happy. I was thinking, why have I had this done? It has made it

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worse. It looks so drastically bad at first. But over the first three

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or four macro weeks, a lot of healing went on and it changed a

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lot. I am glad I had it. It has improved the straightening of my

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elbow a hell of a lot. The synthetic skin used on Jamie is very

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expensive. We want to develop an affordable synthetic skin

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substitute. The Queen Elizabeth Hospital is also researching how to

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spot where super books quickly because they are prone to affect

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burns victims. -- superbugs. One in eight people in England and

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is were born overseas and Birmingham University wants to research what

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effect that has had. It means different cultures mixing together.

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It means everybody talking to each other. It is interesting to learn

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different cultures in life in general. Different colours, language

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is, accidents, the works. You learn something new everyday. I am joined

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by Dr Jenny Phillimore, the director of Birmingham University's new

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institute. What is the reason for setting the institute up? We have

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entered a new era of super-diversity. It has been

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described as diversity that supersedes anything we have seen

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before, and Birmingham is a perfect example of this sowed there is a

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need to understand the comp -- community. We heard from a few

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people there, not a scientific sample, about what diversity means

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to them. Is there a scientific definition of what diversity or

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super-diversity is? It is one of those things that means a lot of

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things to a lot of people. In terms of super-diversity it is diversity

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that has happened at a scale, a speed, eight more diversified thing

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than anything we have seen before. What is the point of the institute?

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Understanding what is happening out there in the real world. We

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understand and the Census shows as we have entered a new reality. We

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know that our politicians struggle to accept this but it seems from

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your vox pops that people on the street seem to understand what is

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going on. We need to explore those opportunities associated with that,

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what it means for the way we deliver our services, for the way we trade

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as a nation and what that means. the institute is being set up in

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Birmingham. Why is that? We are very excited about Birmingham. Birmingham

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is an inspiration. There is so much diversity here. What about the wider

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West Midlands? We are interested in that, too. The medium is probably

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the most diverse city in Britain. But at the same time reach is global

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and we want to learn from Birmingham, learn from the West

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Midlands, and take that learning to the rest of the world and also learn

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from the rest of the world and bring that learning to Birmingham.

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Tennis news. I am afraid it is disappointing. Solihull's Dan Evans

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failed to cause another upset at the Aegon Championships at Queen's Club

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in London this afternoon. The 23-year-old had reached the third

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round of the event with two victories over much higher-ranked

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opponents. But he was easily beaten today by the number three seed, Juan

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Martin del Potro of Argentina, in straight sets. Next stop for Dan

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Evans is Wimbledon, where he has been given a wild card entry into

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the qualifying event. Pay attention. The search is on for

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the holder of a winning lottery ticket worth �12 million which was

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bought in the Ladywood area of Birmingham. The winning Millionaire

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Raffle number is printed on a EuroMillions ticket bought for the

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draw on 31 May. The holder has until November to claim the prize of �1

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million a month for the next year. That has got you all looking.

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You know you are getting old when entrepreneurs get younger and

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younger. And they do not get much younger than Fraser Bawtree. At just

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12 years old, he has set up his own company, which in just over a year

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has made �15,000. As we found out, the secret to his success is rather

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sweet. It is lunchtime at school in

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Cheltenham. Fraser Bawtree is having a quick business meeting with his

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father. What are the new flavours coming through? Marmite,

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marshmallow... Fraser's business is budget. He made

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his first batch with his grandad when he was five. Six years later he

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told some at a school fete to raise money for a trip to France. I raised

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�500, something like that. A sub Sequent sale at Cheltenham's food

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and drink Festival brought in more money. I brought in �2500.

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Reparations are well under way for this year's festival which begins

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tomorrow. This is where Fraser will be selling his fudge. He is the

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youngest exhibitor here. He's quite an inspiration. He is 12 years old,

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started his own company, producing fudge, and he has just been growing

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ever since as far as his business goes. To keep up with them and,

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Fraser's Fudj is now produced in a factory in Somerset. If you are

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wondering, the misspelling of fudge is deliberate. I was asked, have you

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asked him how he spells fudge the mark he wrote it down and we said,

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fantastic! Something a little different. And it seemed rude to

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leave empty-handed. Fraser hopes to sell to big retailers, which should

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make his maths lessons at least very interesting.

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Well done, Fraser. The places where the Birmingham

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writer JRR Tolkien grew up are being brought to life through a new audio

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walk. Written and performed by local people, a fictional story is told of

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Sarehole Mill and Moseley Bog. And there is a rare insight into the

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intimacy of Tolkien's relationship with his wife.

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Moseley Bog, four miles away from Birmingham city centre. It is often

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called JRR Tolkien iss playground. Now an audio book has been created

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to take people on a fictional journey inspired by the author.

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trees are not our friends. I want to keep away from them. They seem to be

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moving about, trying to trick me. is here where JRR Tolkien drew

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inspiration for the ancient forests in his books The Hobbit and The Lord

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Of The Rings. I think that they will have the opportunity to look at

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Tolkien again afresh without a historical perspective. But they

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will tap in very much to the intimacy with this landscape.

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Listeners are also taken to Sarehole Mill. Tolkien and his brother spent

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many hours playing here. There are stepping stones over the river down

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there. It is better than normal parks, like play parks. It all part

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of Repertory Theatre's Neighbourhood project. This was about engaging

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local residents on the premise of the whole thing came from the

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inspiration the landscape gave to Tolkien. It was a working place one

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day. They chaos of sweating men. audio walk will be available for

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free download from the Repertory Theatre website, or you can pick up

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a player like this from Sarehole Mill awful Green library. The idea

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is for people to come along and we discover this area. -- Hall Green

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library. It is a surprising place, so close

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to the city centre. We were told we would get heavy

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rainfall. In one area we saw ten millimetres within one hour. In

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Lichfield it was 17.2 millimetres. Some quite substantial totals today.

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It has calmed down a little bit today but it will not last. More

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rain to come tomorrow and those wins are not going anywhere either and as

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we make our way through to the weekend it is staying rather

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unsettled. The satellite picked the show is the cloud we have seen for

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most of the day. There will be a little bit of sunshine coming

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through this evening but it will not last because we will see more cloud

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building tomorrow. We have still got more showers as we make our way

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through this evening. Some places getting late afternoon sunshine,

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enjoying some brightness, and as we make our way through tonight, skies

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were clear as a bridge of high pressure builds. Temperatures will

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fall away. We will see a cool at night and we have recently but we

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have cloud building as we make our way through to tomorrow morning. A

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cloudy start to Friday but then rain starts to move up from the south.

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Once a game we could see some heavy pulses with that possibility of

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thunder. There may even be hail in there as well. Under the cloud and

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the rain with the wind, temperatures are going to struggle. As we move

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through Friday afternoon, the showers eventually moving off to

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leave a brief respite but then more rain as we make our way through to

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Saturday. Once a game, heavy pulses in there. Then Saturday morning, it

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will brighten up a little bit so it will be quite a cold start to our

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Saturday. Saturday it self is looking rather disappointing. We

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will see some prolonged rain through Saturday and on top of that, we have

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some really strong wind. We are looking at gale force wind in some

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places. They gain under the cloud and the rain, temperatures are

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really going to struggle. -- again under the cloud. In proving a little

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bit as we move into Saturday night but Sunday we'll start of OK and as

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we make our way through Sunday afternoon, once again we will see

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rain moving in, stay unsettled right man is jailed for life for four

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murders including two police officers.

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