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Hello and welcome to Midlands Today. The headlines tonight: Who murdered

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Maxine? Killed in the pub bombings ` now her family meet one of the

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Birmingham Six, once blamed for her death. We'll be hearing from Maxine

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Hambleton's brother and sister nearly forty years after that

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fateful night and asking how it felt to meet a man they long believed

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killed their sister. Also this evening ` losing our countryside.

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Fears that haphazard planning rules could become a developer's charter.

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With colder weather on the way, the struggle to pay soaring energy

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costs. They always go up higher so you have to skimp back on things.

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It's going to get difficult. A hard`fought three points puts Wolves

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at the top of the table. Surely just the platform they need for a

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promotion push? He would tip them to do it, be one of the sides competing

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at the top of this league. And according to the calendar, it may

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still be autumn but as far as the weather's concerned, winter's

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already here. Brace yourselves for a cold week.

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Good evening. Maxine Hambleton was 18 when she died in a Birmingham pub

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at the height of the IRA bombing campaign in the '70s. Tonight a BBC

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Midlands documentary looks at growing demands by Maxine's family

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to have the case re`opened. They've formed an unlikely alliance with

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Paddy Hill ` one of six men wrongly convicted of the atrocity. Although

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it's now almost forty years since the Birmingham pub bombings, the

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Hambleton family say they'll never give up fighting to bring those

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responsible to justice. Anthony Bartram reports.

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Brian and Julie 's sister Maxine was burnt `` killed in the Birmingham

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pub bombings. They haven't given up hope of finding out who did it and

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support their campaign is growing. It's really nice to meet you. Oh my

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God. We have so many people around you. Surprisingly few of those

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affected by the bombings know each other. Julie and Maureen Mitchell

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had never met. She was so badly injured in the explosion that

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priests gave her the last rites. It's emotional for me, because you

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were there. You have been through it, literally. And my heart goes out

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to you. Ladies and gentlemen. Many of the victims families feel that

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they have been forgotten in the controversy that surrounded the

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unsafe convictions of the Birmingham six. 22 years after their release,

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one of them is now offering to help the Hambletons, but can they

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accepted? I understand what those people feel like, they have had

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years of having someone to focus their anger on, and of course their

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anger was focused on us. I have a similar anger. But my anger is

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focused on the West Midlands serious crime squad. Mr Hill and the

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Hambleton 's first meeting took place at this peace foundation. It's

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in our DNA that we were told that you were the ringleader of the

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so`called Birmingham six. As far as I was concerned, you killed my

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sister. And all the other 20. I understand that, you don't have to

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tell me, I know what they said. I would love to see my country united

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but I had nothing to do with the IRA. It's the 39th anniversary on

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Thursday and detectives are currently reassessing the case. The

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Hambletons and Mr Hill admit they are an odd alliance but they truth

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about who bombed Birmingham has to come out.

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Joining us now are Maxine's brother and sister, whom we saw there, Brian

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and Julie. Good evening to you both. Can you briefly outline the last

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time you saw Maxine, what were her plans that terrible night 39 years

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ago this week? I gave my sister lived into town, I didn't know she

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was going to the pub, she got these personal invites, she was going to

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hand them out to her friends to invite them to a house`warming party

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at the house we were living in. So you knew she was going to the

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tavern? I didn't know it was that pub, she didn't state where she was

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going. I heard the news later on in the evening when an ITN news flash

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came on. They said two bombs have gone off in the city centre. And you

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didn't know specifically? You get these gut feeling is that something

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is wrong. Do you think you will ever know who did this? I certainly hope

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so, that's why we took part in this documentary, to raise the plight of

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our campaign for justice to be seen to be done. We horrified, as are our

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supporters, that no one is looking for the perpetrators, we live in a

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democratic society, and for the past 22 years since the man known as the

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Birmingham six were released, no one in the West Midlands Police or

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government have taken up looking for the perpetrators. They are still at

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liberty. What was it like meeting Paddy Hill, the man you long

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believed killed your sister? It nearly didn't happen. I walked in

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and I thought my knees would buckle beneath me. I just fell apart. I

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must have been suffering for about six minutes, I was thinking about

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Maxine, thinking about mum. Mum had to identify Maxine and she was told

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not to buy her face because their injuries were such that they detect

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this didn't want her last memory of her daughter to be of her injuries.

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So mum identified her from the rings she was wearing and the bangles,

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which I now in my position. Brian, will the police ever reinvestigate,

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do you believe? No, I don't think they will, there is too much to

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lose, for them and the authorities. But that goes with the comment made

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on pre`recorded television with the BBC, where Marcus Peel stated that

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if it's the right thing to do, they will reinvestigate. What did you

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think when you heard him say that? I was shocked, because they are

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pre`empting what's coming down the road as far as I'm concerned. We

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have taken it as a personal slight, but only to our family but to all

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the other victims and survivors. It's 39 years on but it's still

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incredibly raw, clearly. It is, we live with it every day. I was 11

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when my sister was killed. I will never forget. The police have all

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the clues, all the forensics, they could clear this case but they are

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not prepared to because there is too much at risk. Thank you for talking

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to us. Coming up later in the programme `

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details of a new scheme that could help you cut more than ?200 a year

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from from gas and electricity bills. The Government's facing a backbench

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revolt from Conservative MPs over changes to planning rules seen as "a

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developer's charter". As ministers battle to ease a chronic shortage of

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affordable housing, there are warnings that haphazard developments

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will threaten the countryside. Our Political Editor Patrick Burns has

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the details. Middle England, marching on Middle Quinton, the name

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given by developers to proposed 6000 home eco`town near

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Stratford`upon`Avon. The people Power saw it off and 11 others like

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it. It had fallen flower of a U`turn by the previous Labour government.

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Their other big idea, the regional spatial strategy for up to 400

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thousand new homes across the West Midlands, was promptly scrapped by

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the incoming coalition government. In its place, the National planning

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framework. It comes in when local authorities fail to agree housing

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developed plans in their areas, and its controversial because it resumes

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in favour of housing planning applications. That's what critics

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say it is a developer 's charter. Take this area in Staffordshire. The

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plan envisages 600 houses in 12 key servers villages over 20 years. But

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the new rules enable National planning inspectors to intervene

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when they deem local plans inadequate. The inspectorate ruled

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they did not have a five`year supply of housing. The results, a rash of

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ill considered developments. The government intention was to be a

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plan led system but this ad hoc development brings that into

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question and we will have to see if that is just a glitch. There is no

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excuse for a local authority not to put a plan in place. That is a

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fundamental responsibility. Those who haven't need to get a move on.

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The Minister was in Chomsky would, where the local MP was keen to show

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him how rundown housing can be reclaimed. It's one of the biggest

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project of its kind, a ?150 million partnership between Solihull

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Council, the housing association and British Gas. This estate has been

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regenerated, creating 900 extra homes, to rent, to buy, to part by,

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everything possible, with lots of local jobs created. But the housing

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association umbrella body warned there is no substitute for a step

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change in house building. It is often the same people who say don't

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build here as you say, my child can't find a home they can afford.

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We need to say yes to homes. We have a campaign to lobby local councils

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and petitions to get housing built. This development is on a brown field

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site, once part of the good year tyre factory in Wolverhampton.

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According to the Shadow Housing Minister and local MP, it's being

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built with a minimum of fuss. A handful of objections were made. It

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shows that brown field can be fantastic. We need to kick`start

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building and make sure that developers aren't sitting on land

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where there is planning permission. So it can be done but for

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governments past present and possible future, finding a plan

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without ignoring `` igniting a firestorm is the political

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equivalent of the holy Grail. And you can read more about the

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issues surrounding these big new housing developments on line ` just

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go to Patrick's blog which he's devoted to the subject.

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More than ?3 million has been paid out to women who underwent

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unnecessary or incomplete breast cancer operations at hospitals in

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the West Midlands. Ian Paterson carried out unregulated procedures

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on women while working for the Heart of England NHS Foundation Trust. His

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case is still being investigated by the police and he's been suspended.

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Families struggling to pay soaring energy bills have until tomorrow to

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benefit from a scheme where councils negotiate to buy in bulk. Savings

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would be passed on to consumers. The average cost of a dual fuel bill `

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electricity and gas ` is now ?1,300. Ten years ago that figure was ?570,

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so costs have more than doubled. The Big Community Switch could save

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customers around ?220 on their bills. Ben Godfrey reports. Lana

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Johnson is struggling to pay her bills. The single mother from

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Bilston has seen her gas and electricity tariffs rise again and

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something's got to give. Especially at this time of year, they always go

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up high, so you have to skimp on things. It's going to get the court.

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I am not a salesman, work for the council. Lana's decided to sign`up

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to the 'Big Community Switch'. Here's the idea ` local councils

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invite people to join a club ` the bigger the club ` the harder the

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energy companies will compete for this sizeable custom. And, they

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hope, offer some of their lowest tariffs for gas and electricity.

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Around 3500 people in the last nine months have taken up the scheme.

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Overall, people are expected to save pitting the 101 inch and ?50 on

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their energy bills by going through the switch. Here's the BUT. In

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Wolverhampton, thousands have registered but fewer than 200 got a

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deal ` many haven't followed the process through. And critics of the

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scheme say ` ultimately ` people have no power over a firm's pricing

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policy. Five of the big six energy companies have recently increased

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their tariffs by an average of 8.1%. And the Government's Spending

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Watchdog National Audit Office says consumers face 17 more years of

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above inflation increases. Lana Johnson is one of 27,000 people

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across the UK hoping to bag a bargain. How confident are you that

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your bills are going to come down at the end of this? You can only hope,

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really. I will believe it when I see it, hopefully. It's customers trying

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to 'call the shots' at a time many feel so helpless.

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And if you want help bringing down your energy bills, there's more

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information on the Energy Saving Trust website. This is our top story

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tonight: Who murdered Maxine? Killed in the pub bombings ` now her family

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meet one of the Birmingham Six, once blamed for her death.

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Your detailed weather forecast to come shortly from Shefali. Also in

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tonight's programme ` the schoolgirl who lost the use of her legs

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overnight and how that's spurred her on to become a world class

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competitor. And why this acclaimed schoolboy musician says his

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inspirational music teacher is the best there is. He is not just the

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best beauty teacher, I think he's one of the best teachers I've ever

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had. Dan's here with a sport and an

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exciting weekend in League One. Who needs the Premier League? Remember

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the name, Ethan Ebanks`Landell. He is on top of the world of the

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scoring on his debut. Every year, Wolverhampton Wanderers spends ?2.5

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million on developing young players at the club's Academy. And it's

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proving to be a wise investment. Farewell to St Edmunds School in

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Wolverhampton. Today, the old building was being raized to the

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ground. Soon to be replaced by Wolves' new football academy. In

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recent years, the club has produced a good crop of talented home grown

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players. And now the name of Ethan Ebanks`Landell can be added to the

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list of Academy scholars who've graduated to the first team. And

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what a debut it was. With only 14 minutes left, he popped up with the

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match`winning goal to earn three priceless points. You looked

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delighted! He has come through the ranks, as have many of the lads, I'm

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sure it will mean a lot to him. He is a very good character, a calm

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character, very professional lead. He has a good future ahead of him.

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160 youngsters are chosen for the Wolves academy and it is this man 's

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job to make sure the club gets good value from its annual investment of

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?2.5 million. There has never been a good time to be a young Wolves

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player, you have to be given an opportunity, and for us to do that

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is a real step forward. Next month, Ethan Ebanks`Landell celebrates his

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birthday but nothing will match the feeling of scoring on his debut. So

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Wolves are top of League One but there was also drama and controversy

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for Coventry City yesterday. They drew 3`3 at Bradford City but that

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only tells part of the story. The Sky Blues took the lead within a

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minute. Andy Webster scoring after a mix up in the Bradford defence. And

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they went 2`nil up within seven minutes ` Callum Wilson's pace

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setting up the chance for Leon Clarke. Bradford fought but but

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trailed 3`2 four minutes into injury time when this happened. Jordan

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Clarke handled it. Nakhi Wells scored to complete a hat`trick and

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make it 3`3 but the drama wasn't finished. The Sky Blues manager

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Steven Pressley involved in a touchline row with the Bradford

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manager Phil Parkinson. Pressley wouldn't say what was said to him

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afterwards but said it was appalling and unprofessional. And quite a game

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between Port Vale and Shrewsbury Town. League One was the place to be

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wasn't it? Vale won 3`1 but the result was in doubt until the 90th

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minute. Following a Shrewsbury corner Vale broke away to make it

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3`1 through Jordan Hugill. And we've still got Walsall against

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Peterborough this evening. Imagine going to sleep one night,

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able`bodied. And waking up unable to move. That's what happened to Lauren

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Rowles at the age of thirteen. But less than two years later, the

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wheelchair racer from Worcestershire is on the verge of going to the

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Commonwealth Games. Ben Sidwell's been to meet the latest contender

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for newcomer of the year in the West Midlands Community Sports Awards.

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Lauren Rowles was a promising young runner until one night. It happened

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within the space of ten, 12 hours, I went to bed that night, fully

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able`bodied, nothing wrong with me, and I woke up the next morning and I

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had completely couldn't feel my legs. Diagnosed with the spinal

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condition Transverse myelitis and left with no sensation from the

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chest down. But inspired by the London 2012 Paralympics she was

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determined to return to the track. I never thought she would be on the

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track, she would be in a racing chair, just so happy. It just goes

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to show Lauren 's strength of character. At North Bromsgrove High

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School, fellow students have raised over ?15,000 to buy equipment to

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help Lauren in her sport. I was watching her go around the track and

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I was really proud of her, it's a great feeling to see my best friend

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succeeding at what she does best. It has been an inspiration for other

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students to see somebody who was able`bodied coming back and tackling

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everyday school life with a positive attitude. People say, how can you

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smile every day and I say there are worse things than being in a chair.

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I don't see myself as disabled, I just do something alternative to

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everybody else. Already ranked fourth in the UK for the 1500

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metres, Lauren's hoping to make it to next year's Commonwealth Games

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and then the Paralympics. Were you lucky enough to have a

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teacher who inspired you at school? Someone who helped change your life?

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Well there's one teacher in Birmingham who's inspired hundreds

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of students. But when his encouragement was matched by one

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pupil's talent, the results were extraordinary. Cath Mackie reports.

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He's the inspiring music teacher. He's the inspired pupil. Both about

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to sign off their school careers on a high note. Peter Bridle and pupil

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Robbie Ruisi teamed up six years when Robbie won a music scholarship

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to King Edward's school in Birmingham. He is without doubt the

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most talented fiddle player we've ever had in this school. But Peter

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Bridle has a talent of his own. As a teacher. He's won a national

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lifetime achievement award. I gather it was their idea for some students

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past and present to nominate me for this award, so coming from the

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pupils themselves, and some of the staff, I am really quite

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overwhelmed. I think he is one of the best teachers I've ever had. The

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way he inspires people to do things like Symphony Orchestra, he runs

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that every week, everybody wants to do it and do it well. Maybe not for

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themselves but for him, because he inspires people to do so. He is just

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fantastic. For the third year running, Robbie has been chosen as

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leader of the national youth orchestra. The role of a leader

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generally is more kind of motivating, it's also a way of

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connecting with different sections of the orchestra. Robbie's hoping to

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go to music college. And after more than 40 years of teaching Mr Bridle

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retires next year. I think the word is irreplaceable. We are already

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scrabbling around desperately. I have been a schoolmaster for 30

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years, he is one of the few genius is I have come across. But there's

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time for a few more recitals before this golden era ends.

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And staying with music, a big thank you to all of those who helped make

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this year's Children In Need so tuneful. On Friday, the event

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culminated in a choir of 225 children from ten schools in

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Coventry and Birmingham singing in the new Library of Birmingham. It

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was a night when this region donated almost ?2.5 million. And if you mist

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the choir, here's a quick reminder. Onto the weather and warnings of

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plummeting temperatures. Winter has arrived early, the

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vocabulary is starting to change, Frost, ice and also fog. We could

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see some snow as well. Wednesday will be the wettest day this week,

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after today, there will also be a lot of dry weather on offer. This

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was the front that alters today's rain, constantly out of the way now,

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we have a ridge of high pressure behind it and at this time of year

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that tends to give us near perfect conditions for overnight frost. It's

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wet on Wednesday with this low pressure coming in from the

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North`West that will bring the rain with it. More so than that, it's

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probably the strengthening winds that will be a teacher. Back to

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today, we had some rain today, that was the cloud associated with it,

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which is now out of the way. In the last couple of hours, that has been

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breaking up, so it is during these hours that we will see temperatures

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plummet. In the countryside, down two sub zero values. Not quite cold

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enough for a widespread frost overnight but there will be some

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patchy frost. In countryside areas, definitely a widespread ground on M

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Frost. `` and air frost. Some cloud coming in from the Northwest, that

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will bring with it some snow lorries. `` flurries. Certainly damp

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surfaces, we could see some icy patches by the morning. Moving on,

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we still have this trickle of wintry flurries in from the Cheshire gap,

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following a line through central parts, into Coventry and

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Warwickshire as well. In contrast to today, it will be much prior and

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brighter and sunnier, with temperatures between four to seven

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Celsius. Tomorrow night, temperatures will fall quite early

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on, they will be a widespread ground frost and air frost before the rain

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set in. Tonight's headlines from the BBC Two internet giants are to

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crackdown on online searches for images of child abuse. A woman

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pleads guilty to murdering three men and dumping their bodies in ditches

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and the attempted murder of two other men in Hereford. Who murdered

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Maxine? Killed in the pub bombings ` now her family meet one of the

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Birmingham Six, once blamed for her death. And losing our countryside `

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fears that haphazard planning rules could become a developer's charter.

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That was the Midlands Today. I'll be back at ten o'clock with a report on

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