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coming to you tonight live from Stafford. The headlines: Sweeping

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changes announced at Stafford Hospital - critical care and

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maternity services are to go. We are doing this because services

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will become unsafe if no changes are made.

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What next for health care in the town? We'll be hearing from

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campaigners who fought to save their hospital. We are going to have

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mothers and babies dying. How you can you have an A&E without critical

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care? Also delight, the mother and her partner who murdered -- also

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tonight, the parents who starved Daniel pelka to death. I have never

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faced a case like this. Saving on landfill, the commercial

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waste from Birmingham being used to fuel a cement mix -- works in

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Warwickshire. And although it didn't look very

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much like it today, we're on the brink of some hot and humid weather.

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Good evening from the centre of Stafford, where local people are

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tonight trying to comprehend the scale of sweeping changes

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recommended this afternoon for their local hospital. In a nutshell, the

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administrators say that the hospital trust will be dissolved, with

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critical care, maternity and paediatric services cut at Stafford.

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Cannock Chase Hospital is largely unaffected. This is what the

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administrators said this afternoon. Think of the package that we are now

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offering. In many areas, the services are enhanced. For reasons

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of clinical safety, in one or two areas of relatively small volume, we

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are recommending, on safety grounds, that those sick people go

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to a larger regional Hospital where they will be cared for most safely.

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More than 50,000 people signed a petition to save Stafford Hospital -

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the same number of protesters took part in a march and rally in April

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in the square where I'm standing tonight.

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So what's the reaction been to today's news? Our Staffordshire

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reporter Liz Copper has been finding out.

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In this play centre on the outskirts of Stafford, young families were

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taking in views of the planned changes. -- row taking in news.

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James was born at Stafford Hospital, and so was his mum, who is expecting

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her second baby at the end of this year. My son was born here two years

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ago, and he was born really quickly. If this one is born really -- just

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as quick, it will be a worry to get there on time. Many agreed with

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those views. My children were born in Stafford Hospital, and my

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grandchildren as well. So I really do not know what the future is going

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to hold, and I fear for the people of Stafford. Pregnant ladies in

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Stafford, if they need to go in an ambulance straight to hospital, how

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far will they have to go? It will put them at health risk, I think it

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is a real terrible shame. Following developments from their

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headquarters in a shop, members of the support Stafford Hospital

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campaign. Critical care? How can you have an A&E without critical care?

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You cannot. The fight starts today. This is just a recommendation. And

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believe me, the group will carry on fighting and we will not give up. A

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micro-rich to the hospital have been decorated with ribbons. It is a

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high-profile crusade to stop cuts. The administrators say without major

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change, the future of local parents -- patient safety is at stake.

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Earlier this year 30,000 protesters marched through the centre of

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Stafford, and it looks like the further protests will follow. The

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leader of the County Council has called for the Government to port

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all care and social care in Staffordshire in the hands of a

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single NHS Trust. Our biggest fear is that the fragile the already

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fragile framework in Staffordshire. The worst thing that could happen is

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that they are fractured and put to other hospitals outside the

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country. Families have until October to comment on these plans. Everyone

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with a stake in Stafford Hospital's future is being urged to take part

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in that process. Joining me now are two nurses at

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Stafford Hospital, Heather Gough and Mark Savile. They spoke out on

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Midlands Today in June about the problems circling around the

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hospital. What is your reaction to did a's

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News? I think it is bittersweet. Very relieved for the A&E department

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that we are going to continue. As long as that is a sustained

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continuation of services. My fear would be that if we were allowed to

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die slowly, I hope that will not happen. For paediatrics and

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maternity ethic it is a disaster. I am a sixth generation native of

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Stafford, and to think there will be no more babies born in Stafford is a

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sad day for this town and for Staffordshire. Maternity services

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are excellent in our hospital, and paediatric services work well as

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well, so I think to take them away from the people of Stafford is an

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absolute disaster for the public. I am sure there will be a lot of

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opposition to that. What are your feelings? It is no time for nurses

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and doctors to have a voice. It is time for the staff to speak up. --

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wrote it is now time. -- it is no time. It is a call for nurses to

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halt what is really the downsizing of the NHS. Don't you think it is

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better than you expected, because of what has not happened to A&E?

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A&E nurse I saw a small victory today, but I also see a huge battle

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on the horizon. We really have to fight now. You spoke movingly about

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the morale and hospital -- in the hospital. How are things at the

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moment? Following the march, the staff were... It was twice around

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the world in distance, for one mile, and everybody walked to the

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hospital from here. It was just incredible, and it linked the morale

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so much. The patients coming into A&E now, the approach to us is

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different, because they are supporting us and they know we are

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here for them. Every A&E department still has its problems and still has

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difficult times, but we are doing our best in difficult circumstances

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even today. What do you feel happens now? Obviously this is not the end

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of the road from all the various decisions that have been announced

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today. Yes, there is a consultation process now. I think that finishes

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at the end of December. I think what needs to happen now is people need

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to be heard, people need to have an opinion, people need to fight.

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you very much for talking to us tonight.

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At seven o'clock tonight, just around the corner from here, more

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than 200 people are expected at a public meeting to consider today's

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announcement. It's been organised by Stafford's Conservative MP Jeremy

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Lefroy, who joins me now. Mr Lefroy, your reaction to today's news?

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think it is mixed. There are some very good things, because first of

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all -- which first of all Stafford will be -- remain an acute district

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Hospital. We will retain our A&E and acute services will remain. But as

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has been pointed out, maternity and paediatrics will be cut. I will be

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fighting that. I think it is vital that we continue to have, for

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children born in Stafford, local parents need that service to be

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available locally. That seems to be the real headline about maternity

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services. Yes, what we must not forget is that a few months ago we

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were looking at losing our A&E and acute services. We have had a big

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step forward on that. Do you feel people have listened to you? Yes, I

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think the march had a big impact. The administrators had a real --

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made a real effort to change their plans. But we need to find ways of

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persuading them and also the national Government, that is my job

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as member of Parliament, I have to take the fight to the Government.

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Ultimately the consultation goes back to the administrators, and

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finally to the Secretary of State. I have already made it clear to the

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Secretary of State and the Prime Minister himself that we have --

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need maternity and associated paediatrics here in Stafford. I have

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to say the Prime Minister, who fought a similar battle over his own

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hospital in Banbury, understood that. This is critical for you

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politically. I am concerned about the people. Yes, but it will

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translate to the ballot box. At the moment by only concern is about

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getting that is -- with this right for the people of Stafford. This is

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about 20, 30, 40 years. I will not be here, but people would need those

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services. What is your assessment of the mood of people in the town?

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think firstly people seem relieved that the hospital is not going to

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close, but they want to continue the fight for maternity and paediatrics,

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and I would add critical care, which still is there but at level two. I

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would like to see that as part of the national infrastructure, so that

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is another aspect we will be taking up strongly in the consultation --

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consultation. Some A nurse who was struck off the nursing register

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after she lied about waiting times in Accident and Emergency at

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Stafford Hospital has resigned from her post.

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Other news associated with the hospital.

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Tracy White, seen here in the orange top was disciplined by a Nursing and

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Midwifery Council panel last week. She'd been working as a manager at

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the Mid Staffordshire NHS Foundation Trust.

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We'll have more from Stafford later in the programme. Now though, it's

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back to Mary in the studio for a look at the rest of the day's news.

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A mother and her partner have been found guilty of murdering her

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for-year-old son Daniel pelka. A jury at Birmingham Crown Court

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convicted Magdelena Luczak and Mariusz Krezolek after hearing that

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the child was subjected to months of cruelty. The boy's murder, which

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occurred weeks after teaching staff saw him with bruising and back --

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black eyes, is the subject of a serious case review. The pair will

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be sentenced on Friday. This report contains details some viewers might

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The desperate cries of a mother pleading for help to save her son.

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But the reality was, this was the final attempt by Magdelena Luczak

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and Mariusz Krezolek took on the authorities about Daniel. He had

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been subjected in fact to unbelievable cruelty for six

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unbelievable cruelty for six months. This was a pre-medicated,

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preplanned and prolonged murder of this little boy, and it was teamwork

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between both stepfather and mother that work very well together to

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achieve Daniel's death. Daniel started school in September 2011. By

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the time of his death his body was likened to that of a concentration

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camp victim. Police who investigated Daniel's story remain baffled as to

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the adult -- adult systematic motivation for torturing him.

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turned Daniel from a beautiful bright eyed little boy into a bag of

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bones, basically. And sort of broke him in so many ways. Daniel's final

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hours were spent alone on your insult mattress docked in a room

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with no handle, no missed -- escape. But in the months after his death,

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official agencies were aware of the family. The persons responsible were

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very cunning, very response -- plausible. The mother was very

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convincing and told a number of lies to conceal what was happening to

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Daniel. Magdelena Luczak and Mariusz Krezolek moved around the area

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regularly. Both Warwickshire and West Midlands Police were called out

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to the couple to investigate allegations of domestic violence.

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Questions over the roles of agencies remain unanswered. Education

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officials investigated Daniel's poor school attendance. The NHS were told

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he had an eating disorder. Health visitors visited the home but never

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saw him. And the deceit of an underlying eating problem was

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repeated to teachers. They were told not to allow Daniel any extra food.

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They complied, and reprimanded Daniel when he scavenged for food in

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bins. Little Heath primary school refused to speak to journalists, but

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issued this video to the media. Daniel remembered -- will be

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remembered by all who knew him. His death has had a devastating impact

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on our community. Daniel's birth father told the court he had split

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up with Magdelena Luczak in 2008 and returned to his native Poland. He

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never saw his son again. He says he hates those responsible but feels

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his son at least is no longer suffering. I think as a small

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innocent boy, I think he has gone up there to heaven, and I think... It

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is hard to talk about it. The death of the schoolboy has stunned

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Coventry's Polish community, who have said prayers for the boy they

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never knew. The whole congregation was in shock that something like

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this could have happened on our doorstep. While child murders are

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rare, they always prompt questions about how adults can hurt those they

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are supposed to care for. The public protection unit of West Midlands

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Police have investigated the deaths of dozens of children over the last

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five years, sadly Daniel's story is yet another to be added to the list

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of innocent victims. Five men have been jailed for 53

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years for their part in a plot that resulted in bonds being planted in

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homes in the Staffordshire Rowlands. They were found guilty of charges

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relating to the conspiracy or to cause explosions on making threats

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to kill, and were jailed for between five and 16 years each. No one was

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hurt by the bombs at three addresses last August.

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The return of a direct rail link between Shropshire and London has

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been blocked, after the office for rail regulation reflects -- rejected

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virgin's appeal to operate a new train service. Virgin had planned to

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start services as early as December. Business leaders had been

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campaigning for a return of the service, which was stopped in

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January 2011. The websites of more than 260 payday

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loan firms have been blocked from computers in libraries in Sandwell.

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The borough council has taken the decision because it believes the

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interest the firms charge is too high. It's urging residents to seek

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advice and help elsewhere. All 350 computers at 19 libraries in the

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area have been now been modified. The Government has announced were

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�37 million of funding for new charging points for electric cars

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will be spent. Worcestershire is to get �450,000, while Dudley will

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benefit from �150,000. We have new models coming on stream for all the

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major manufacturers, and there is demand out there for these

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vehicles. We have to make sure the infrastructure is in place, because

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one of the innovations if you like from the public will be, can I

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charge my car? You cannot have that cars being sold without the points

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being there to charge The criteria to apply to buy one of Stoke on

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Trent's so-called "one pound houses" has been relaxed after a lack of

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suitable candidates. Them on.

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Current guidelines mean applicants must live in the area and not earn a

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joint income of more than �30,000. Under the new rules, applicants who

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work in the city but don't live there will be considered. So far 600

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people have applied for the offer, but fewer than 35 were deemed

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suitable. Commercial waste collected from

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across Birmingham is being used to fuel a kiln at a cement works in

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Warwickshire. The waste, which would normally go to landfill, is instead

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being turned into Climafuel - which is an alternative to coal. Bob

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Hockenhull reports. It is a dirty business saving the planet, but here

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at this factory metals and plastics are removed and what is left is

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creating an alternative fuel to coal. It is a fluffy material, but

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it mainly contains small bits of contaminated polythene, and

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cardboard, Stech style is, that sort of material -- textiles. This

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material has now been shredded, and it is that which is destined to go

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in the kilns in rugby. Temperatures of 1400 Celsius must be generated in

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the kiln before -- to heat up the chocolate clay used to make cement.

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Traditionally, Cole has been burned to achieve this.

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It is very, very effective, and we are now running at a substitution

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level of 65%. We are hoping to get 85% very soon. This lorry has just

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pulled in from the -- Birmingham full of the alternative fuel. And

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maybe soon it will not just be supplied from Birmingham. At the top

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of the cement works there is a view of land next to the site where a new

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ClimaFuel site could soon be built. Subject to planning permission it

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will be up and running next year. For neither, there is 100,000 tonnes

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of industrial waste being delivered to create the alternative fuel.

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Waste that if it were not for this project, would be polluting the

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planet by being sent to landfill sites.

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Now back to Nick, in the centre of Stafford with tonight's main story.

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Welcome Baxter Stafford. This afternoon it was recommended that

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afternoon it was recommended that the mid Staffordshire NHS Trust is

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dissolved, and critical care amended, maternity and paediatric

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services cut at Stafford. Kaneko Hospital will retain all current

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services and to -- could take on extra surgery cases. This evening a

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public meeting is taking place down the road. That is where we find my

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the road. That is where we find my colleague. What is the There is a

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lot of anger here, I have been speaking to some of the several

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hundred people who have come through the doors already. They are

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expecting upwards of 400 here tonight. They are saying they have

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the utmost faith in the hospital and the staff of that hospital, but it

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is not the hospital it was, in fact it is now one of the best in the

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West Midlands is not in the whole country. I have with me the leader

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of Stafford Borough Council. Obstetrics to go, paediatrics to go

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but edited to go, and the dissolution of the trust. How do you

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respond? -- maternity to go. I think these are very disappointing moves.

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The simple fact is, there is a lot of anger among the community, when

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our basic services are taking -- taken away. But it could have been

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far worse, A&E for example was touted to go. Yes, obviously the

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fact we still have the continuing is a good proposal. Some of the other

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proposals made are quite acceptable, but as a package as a whole, you

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have got some good bits but the majority of it is disadvantaged to

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the local people. These recommendations. Where does it go

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now from your point of view? We have to make as big a noise as we in the

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consultation. It starts next Tuesday, and only administrators

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will come in with the final recommendation to the Secretary of

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State, and we can lobby the Secretary of State as well. Health

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campaigners in Lewisham today turning round an earlier decision.

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You can go to age additional review -- judicial review. Yes, I am not

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ruling that out at all. The public consultation runs until October. It

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will probably provoke a lot of comments.

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I am joined now by our health correspondent. What is the standout

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development today? The key issue is that there will not be any babies

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born in Stafford at all, and that is the hardest to come to terms with,

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because if you look at the evidence and run travel times to hospitals,

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there is a correlation between travel times and safety for babies.

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There is also enough consultants in this part of the world, so it is

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more difficult for them to argue there is a problem in that

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particular area. What about the political implications? Clearly if

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you look back to Kidderminster in the 1990s, what happened there led

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to the unseating of the local MP, and Richard Taylor was brought in.

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Labour tonight are making hay about the fact that services are being

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closed in this part of the world, and I understand also that Richard

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Taylor's party is talking to somebody in this part of the world

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about standing against the sitting MP. What are the implications for

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other hospitals? We heard about problems in Worcestershire and

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Shropshire for instance. Most of the hospitals in our region are

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struggling with finances, and basically Stafford is the

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blueprint, it has gone first. They are hoping that what has been done

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here, all the work that has been put into getting this right will go on

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elsewhere. We are only seeing Cheltenham going back from 24 hours

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service to a 14 hour service. We are likely to see this in other

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hospitals. hospitals.

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Let us talk about the weather now. It is a sign of things improving,

:25:35.:25:40.

but tomorrow there will be a huge transformation. It is hotting up

:25:40.:25:45.

very nicely indeed. But it is going to be brief, it is with us tomorrow

:25:45.:25:51.

and then gone by Friday. So although it is a small burst of heat, it will

:25:51.:25:55.

be nonetheless very effective and could produce the hottest day of the

:25:55.:25:57.

year so far particularly for the south-east of the country.

:25:57.:26:02.

Meanwhile, let's talk about rain. There has been plenty of this week,

:26:02.:26:06.

we had the deluge on Saturday night and then thunderstorms ever since,

:26:06.:26:13.

and also today's rain. Taking a look at the figures there, the

:26:13.:26:19.

measurements don't really reflect too much rain. I suspect that is

:26:19.:26:22.

because the thunderstorms have been very localised, but the rain today

:26:22.:26:26.

probably makes up most of those figures. The wettest part in the

:26:26.:26:31.

region was Coleshill in Warwickshire with around one inch of rain. The

:26:31.:26:34.

rain for the moment for the time being is right in the north of the

:26:34.:26:40.

region, and that will clear. Once it does, the air behind it is very

:26:40.:26:49.

warming. Right now, this evening, we are looking at heavy outbreaks of

:26:50.:26:54.

rain still across the northern fringes of the region, but once that

:26:54.:26:58.

has cleared by tonight, it is looking much drier. We will see that

:26:59.:27:04.

interest as well through river valleys and through the hilltops by

:27:04.:27:09.

dawn. Temperatures down to only 17 Celsius for most places, so it will

:27:09.:27:14.

be fit and very warm night, and that humidity already beginning to

:27:14.:27:22.

increase. -- wrote it will be a very warm night. Tomorrow morning it will

:27:22.:27:27.

be dry, sunny and very warm, temperatures into higher 20s. It

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will be humoured as well. Tomorrow night, increasing cloud, producing

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