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showers. That sets the scene for the rest of the week.

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Thank you. Jail for two security workers who

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helped illegal emigrants into the country. You will be found. Just how

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this could be a threat to our national security. What will the

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police forces involved in the plebgate scandal do next?

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Wiping the smile off their faces, passengers hurt as parts come flying

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of a roller`coaster. As we started to come in, we were shouting, stop

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the ride! They thought we were joking. It has only happened five

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times in the Premier League so why does Stoke City's record`breaking

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keeper say he is sorry? How different could November be? I will

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be filling you in with the details later.

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Good evening. Two corrupt security workers have been jailed for helping

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to smuggle illegal immigrants through Birmingham Airport. Imtiaz

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Ahmed and Ghulam Sarwar, who both worked for a private contractor,

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allowed passengers with forged passports onto flights to Canada.

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Birmingham Airport insisted tonight that the safety of passengers was

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never compromised. Corruption in action at the airport.

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Imtiaz Ahmed working for a private contractor calls forward a passport

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holder knowing that his seat on a flight to Toronto will be taken not

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by him but by another passenger travelling illegally to claim asylum

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in Canada. Three Indian nationals made the journey from Birmingham in

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a scam the judge said was sophisticated and required careful

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organisation and planning. We have people using their passports and

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compromising their passports. We have the drivers and two members of

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the security staff who were corrupt and exploiting their position of

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trust. Ahmed, from Balsall Heath in Birmingham was jailed for four

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years. She played a central role said the judge and had no idea who

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these men were or what they intended to do once they boarded the flight.

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Another ICTS employee Ghulam Sarwar from Alum Rock in Birmingham

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admitted his part and was jailed for three years. He was said to have

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been the point of contact between Ahmed and those running the scam. In

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essence, the court was told, it was quite simple. The holder of a

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genuine passports were going into departures with a ticket to travel

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and obtain a boarding pass. He would come back out and give the boarding

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pass to the legal traveller, equipped with a forged passport.

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More of their gang are seen collecting Bassett `` baggage from

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illegal emigrants that they would check in on flights not knowing what

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is in it or who has packed it. An airport spokesman told us: At no

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point was aviation security compromised as everyone involved

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went through the required security screening checks. But investigators

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say corruption in such key roles raises concerns for every air

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traveller. The judge recognised the risks of having security staff who

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are corrupt working at our borders and that it has potential

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consequences. I am pleased that sentences have been carried out.

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Also jailed were some of those involved in running the scheme and

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others who allowed their passports to be used. It's not known how much

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Ahmed or Sarwar were paid for their involvement, but it's estimated the

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asylum seekers may have paid the gang up to ?10,000 for their passage

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to Canada. Joining us now from our studio in Salford is aviation expert

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Chris Yates. Good evening Mr. Yates. This breach of security is quite

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alarming on first impression, do you feel like that? Yes. Alarming

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insomuch as these were people who were travelling and handing out

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false passports for which they intended to travel internationally.

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The judge was correct in his summing up, that this was compromising the

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security at the airport. The airport insists it wasn't. We are talking

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about identity documents here. This is compromising the identity

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document itself in so much as we can't trust the people on the plane

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are actually the people it says they are on the passport. That is the

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security breach. In terms of travelling through the airport, they

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are correct insomuch as saying that they went all through the security

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procedures that were required of them including clearing banks

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through x`ray machines, walking through metal detectors, the bags

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that they were travelling with that word going on the plane with them on

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in other words those in the hold. None of us want to be sitting next

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to a passenger who is not who or she says he or she who `` he or she is.

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We want to see this scam nipped in the bud very quickly by the

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appropriate services. Will it happen again? It will always happen

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wherever you have a private contractor within the airport and

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staff being paid. They are paid low wages as well. There is always the

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potential for corruption. It is one of those things that the aviation

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authority has dealt with time and time again and I have no doubt it

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will happen again. Coming up later in the programme:

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She's known as the Thomas Hardy of Shropshire, but now her fans are

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horrified that one of her homes may be knocked down.

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A Warwickshire detective and a West Midlands police officer have been

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called back to face the Home Affairs Select Committee about the so`called

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plebgate affair. The Committee says the Police Federation

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representatives who met Mr Mitchell after he'd been accused of calling

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officers in Downing Street plebs, failed to tell the whole truth when

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they appeared last month. Joining us now is the Warwickshire Police and

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Crime Commissioner Ron Ball. Good evening, Mr Ball. One of your

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officers, Detective Sergeant Stuart Hinton, has been called back to the

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Commons, because the committee have basically accused him of lying. What

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do you make of that? He is appearing again tomorrow so I am restricted as

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to what I can say. I do not want to prejudice what they are doing. What

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about the fact that one of your offices being accused of lying? The

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whole incident is a mess and it is doing a lot of damage to the police

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reputation. What I have done so far is three things. I have said that

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the officer should not have gone as part of that political campaign to

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see Andrew Mitchell and he is due an apology. You say he and the others

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should apologise to Andrew Mitchell? Said to me. In terms of my role as

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Commissioner, all of the relevant information needs to be out the

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public domain. `` certainly. I have to make sure anything that has been

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from anybody, including the IPCC say, should be out in the public

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domain. Everybody is entitled to fair treatment after that. That

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includes Mr Mitchell and the officers. That is why I am getting

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some stick. Those officers are entitled to fair treatment. What

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about your Chief Constable because he has been criticised as not being

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impartial. I tried to do this job by putting people's hats on and seeing

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the world from their point of view. That is an essential part of being

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fair. I have to look at the decisions that have been taken and I

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think he has shown strongly `` leadership and I do not agree with

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the Home Affairs Select Committee. There will be caused by him to

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resign. What would you say to that? I think that would be utterly unfair

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and it is wrong. Our Chief Constable apart from anything else, the

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performance of the forces `` the force has been incredibly good and

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he has managed to do that and remain popular within the county. That is

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quite a feat. This has been an incredibly unfortunate incident and

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I think... Yellow matters which has ruined somebody's career. Would you

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agree that the damage to the force is incalculable? The damage is

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great. The way to get through this as far as I am concerned is to be

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consistent and I have been consistent and I intend to be in

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sisters consistent. It looks as if we are going to get another enquiry

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into these three offices. My initial concern, I have taken legal advice

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on that. Whether or not it is legal is questionable. I am not taking the

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view either way. The best thing is to get on with it. An inquiry into

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the death of a 13`year`old girl has said more should have been done to

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stop her from trying to kill herself. The girl, referred to only

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as Child FJ, was found hanging at her home in Wolverhampton in June

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2011. A serious case review said while her death wasn't preventable,

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agencies could have worked together more to protect her.

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A number of agencies could and should work more effectively

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together and that has been the focus of the works since we have received

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based independent review. We have ended `` implemented much to ensure

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hospital discharge processes are better than they were, communication

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between agencies is better and I think, as important as anything,

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that all professionals are properly cited and aware of this use of self

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harm. One of the newest rides at Alton Towers has been closed after

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plastic guard wheels came loose and his passengers. The Staffordshire

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theme park's said an investigation is underway to see when the

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roller`coaster can re`open. It was closed earlier this year after a

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piece of track became dislodged. This is The Smiler costing ?18

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million. It's one of Alton Tower's biggest investments. It's the

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world's first 14 loop roller coaster. But after problems on

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Saturday afternoon, the ride's shut. The theme park's confirmed some of

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the small, plastic guide wheels that are used to keep the chain inside

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the chain guard became detached. These were caught beneath the track

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in the safety netting, but several flew off and hit four guests sitting

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in the front row of the ride. Although otherwise it's been

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business as normal here, the visitors who were on the ride at the

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weekend have been describing what happened. As we started, we saw

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these plastics and metals fly. This is when one of them hit me at the

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side of the face. One hit my other half on the shoulder and one hit the

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young lady in the forehead. The roller`coaster took eight months to

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build but it's not the first time it's been shut. It was closed for

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four days in July after a piece of track became dislodged. And it was

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shut again for five days in August due to a technical problem. Alton

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Towers says all its rides and attractions are expected to meet

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extremely high standards, technologically and mechanically.

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It's said an investigation's underway to determine when the ride

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can reopen. The theme park says it's sorry for any disappointment that's

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been caused by the ride's temporary closure, but the health and safety

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of its visitors is a priority A man from Birmingham has been jailed for

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shaking his ten`week`old daughter to death because she wouldn't stop

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crying. 22`year`old Kurt Delves repeatedly shook Harli Reid in

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frustration, causing devastating brain injuries. He's been jailed for

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three years and nine months, having admitted her manslaughter last

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month. A businessman from Coventry has

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denied the murders of a couple and their two daughters. Jifeng and

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Helen Ding were found stabbed to death, along with their children, at

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home in Northampton in 2011. 54`year`old Anxiang Du pleaded not

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guilty in court this morning. His trial is due to begin next week.

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She's known as The Thomas Hardy of Shropshire, the novelist Mary Webb

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lived and wrote in the county until her death in 1927. Now one of her

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houses is at the centre of a planning dispute. A local

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businessman wants to demolish her bungalow on Lyth Hill near

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Shrewsbury to build a six bedroom home, but her fans say it would mean

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the loss of an important piece of literary history. A solemn land, the

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same fires burn in the trees. Words written by Mary Webb as she

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contemplated the view from Lyth Hill. In 1917 the author and poet

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bought a plot of land with the proceeds of her first successful

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novel and built a small bungalow. She lived here on and off for the

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next ten years. Since then the house has been extended and modified by a

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number of owners, last year it came on the market again and was bought

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by a local businessman who has submitted plans to demolish it and

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build a new two storey six bedroom home. The Mary Webb Society were

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horrified. It is so insensitive to rip the heart out of the place. Even

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as it stands today, it is a perfectly good home and a beautiful

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place. Same`macro she is known as the Thomas Hardy of Shropshire. It

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is that important to Shropshire. 63 objections have been registered

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against the plans. The house is barely visible from the road. The

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new owner declined to be interviewed but has issued a statement saying...

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But he does say he would be happy to work with those who have an interest

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in the writer. Merriweather lived in several locations in Shropshire. ``

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Mary Webb. Fans say Lyth Hill is the location because it is this view

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that inspired her the most. This is our top story tonight: Jail

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for two corrupt airport workers who helped smuggle people out of the

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country with fake passports. Your detailed weather forecast to come

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shortly from Shefali. Also in tonight's programme: He's become one

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of only five in the history of the Premier League, so why's the Stoke

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goalkeeper saying he feels a little sorry?

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And one of the world's oldest Qurans on display among Islamic treasures

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going back hundreds of years. The University of Birmingham has

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unveiled its newest telescope today. Based in Wasthills on the outskirts

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of the city, it won't just be for use by the university, it'll also be

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available to amateur astronomers and school children. And our Science

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Correspondent David Gregory`Kumar is there. So David, how big a job is it

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to install a new telescope? If you have a look at the telescope, here

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it is. It is quite big. With me is Doctor Graeme Smith from the

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University of Birmingham. How hard was it to get it in? The day we

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bought it, it was very exciting. We had to bring it through the roof.

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You have e`mailed me some video this morning. What does this show? This

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is a comet. We observed it before Wednesday with a group of students

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here. With me is Eleanor from the Birmingham astronomical Society. It

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is not just the university that would be using it. It is a wonderful

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resource for us to have. The University planning to have several

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nights when the public can observe as well. The quality of image you

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can get from this is incredible. How does it compare to the telescope you

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are using at the moment? With this, you can get images much further away

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which are much more interesting. What sort of people could use it? In

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addition to people interested in astrology, we are keen to reach

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people who have not interacted with science before and reach out to new

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members. That is really exciting. Now the nights are drawing income

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astronomers will be out in Austrian is `` in places like this.

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Time for the sport now and Ian's here. A bizarre goal to savour at

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Stoke at the weekend! Every now and again, someone scores

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a goal that makes you sit up and say WOW! And that's exactly what

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happened on Saturday. So this afternoon, I popped along to the

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Britannia Stadium to re`live that magical moment.

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Lifelong Stoke City fan Bryan Shaw always arrives at the Brit two hours

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before kick`off. He makes a beeline for the Boothen End. And settles

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down in his favourite seat waiting for kick`off. But on Saturday, Bryan

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was in for quite a shock It's often a bit breezy at the Britannia. He

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kicked the ball up in the air. We thought, it is going to go in, it is

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going to go in as Commissioner Mark what can I tell you about that goal?

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It is the fourth fastest ever scored and it is a good job that Brian

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didn't get stuck in the queue for his pre`match cup of tea. What are

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his great qualities as a goalkeeper? He is agile and flexible. And now

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top goal scorer. We are short of goals and a happy for them to come

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in from anywhere. Almost two embarrassed to accept the acceptance

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from his team`mates. We were very fortunate with the wind. We got a

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lucky break there. And the Bosnian goalkeeper certainly took full

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advantage of that following wind on Saturday. It wasn't quite enough for

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Stoke to win the game. But for Bryan Shaw and the other 26,000 fans, it

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was a goal they'll talk about for years to come.

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Besides Begovic's wonder goal, two others worth mentioning in

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dispatches including a beauty at the Hawthorns Yes, let's have a look at

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Albion's first goal in their 2`0 over Crystal Palace.

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Created down the left by Sessegenon. And scored with great skill by Saido

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Berahino. Still only 20, his sixth goal for West Brom plus four for

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England under`21's. A young man with a very bright future.

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And an absolute corker for Shrewsbury Town against Sheffield

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United? Yes, this is one from the top

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drawer. A super strike from distance by Joe Jacobsen. He's a defender, by

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the way. He'll remember this one for the rest of his career. And

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Shrewsbury went on to beat Sheffield United 2`0.

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There's nothing worse for any professional footballer than being

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injured. They worry about whenor possibly whether... They'll play

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again. But a new state`of`the`art treatment centre opened in

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Staffordshire today. And that's good news for injured players at all

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levels, as Nick Clitheroe reports. At 18, and may have the whole world

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had of him. He started to question his future in the game. There is

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times when I have been ready to pack in and give it all up. You just

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think, I am never going to get back to where I was. Even able to play.

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Come here, it is the first time I have felt like I have been making

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progress. This is Burton upon Trent. Today, it became the first place in

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England to be credited as a medical of excellence by fever. It should

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offer an independent opinion about their diagnosis, management and

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treatment of injuries but also an assessment of their health statement

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stash status. Lower down the divisions, there's nothing like it.

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It is open to everybody. We want people to come and use it. This is a

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facility and a service for the entire game. It is the home of the

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England football team and they train on this pitch behind me. It is here

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to benefit the whole of the national game. Exciting new developments. One

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of the world's oldest Qurans can be seen for the first time as part of a

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new exhibition looking at Islamic calligraphy. Qalam ` the art of

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beautiful writing ` features unseen collections including pens used to

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create the art form. A late seventh century Quran folio from the Arabian

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Peninsula purchased orginally for the Cadbury Family. A 10th century

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Iranian ceramic Bowl from Stoke on Trent. And unseen pen cases from

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Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery's collection. One of prized

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possessions a case collected by an Art Teacher in Moseley. Well it's

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beautifully painted inside an it contains all the tools. Birmingham

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has a great history of pen manufacturer. We have this

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outstanding collection. It's been put together with help

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from the city's Islamic community. It engages the communities and links

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the heritage. Contemporary pieces of work sit alongside historical

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objects and celebrate the centuries across the world. They come in all

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shapes and sizes to create calligraphy `` calligraphy. Qalam

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the art of beautiful wtiting is a free exhibition and will run until

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the end of hanuary. And that exhibition's at the Birmingham

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Museum and Art Gallery. Now for a look at the weather.

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( Tonight's headlines from the BBC The manhunt for a missing terror

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suspect ` he's been on the run since Friday ` police say he shouldn't be

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approached The prosecution in the hacking trial says Rebekah Brooks

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tried to hide evidence ` discovered by a cleaner. Things will be turning

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more unsettled and cold and this week, blustery at times. At the

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moment, it is calm and clear out there. The wettest spell of all will

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be tomorrow and Wednesday as these two systems weep in from of the

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Atlantic. This one will be more prolific than the first. We are

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looking at clear skies to begin with. Temperatures will be falling

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down to two Celsius and that is in rural spots. Perhaps closer to

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freezing in some areas which will give a touch of frost in places.

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Later on tonight, the cloud thickens up from the west and we will see

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some rain spreading in from that direction to end the night. Some of

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this rain can be heavy in places. Just to point out that the winds

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will be fairly strong this week, temperatures will fall. This area

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will be the most prone to frost. Tomorrow will be grey and wet to

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start off with. A lot of shifting eastwards so by the afternoon, we

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are looking at brighter conditions. Temperatures will rise to nine

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Celsius. With that brisk north`westerly breeze still

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blowing, it will be quite cold tomorrow. As for Bonfire Night, it

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could be worse. It is not bad at all. It is still quite windy but it

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will be dry further east. Later in the night, we have got a band of

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rain again. The next system is moving in from the West. This will

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be heavier and more persistent. Temperatures tomorrow night will be

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for a missing terror suspects. Jail for two corrupt Birmingham

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Airport workers who helped smuggle people out of the country with fake

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passports. That was the Midlands Today.

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