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A third bomb ` new claims about a third explosive device planted on

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the night of the Birmingham pub bombings. It is fundamentally

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significant because it had a controlled detonation so it is

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nearly intact so it will have DNA on it.

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Commuter frustration over regular delays on London Midlands. I want to

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see improvements, not explanations. Six prisoners on the roof of

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oak`wood Jail, the second rooftop protest in weeks.

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And the last chance for Bulley, the Staffie who has been in kennels for

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nine years. And I will have the details of the

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weather later on. Good evening. There are new claims

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tonight about a third explosive device on the night of the

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Birmingham pub bombings, 39 years ago. It comes as police re`examine

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thousands of pieces of evidence. At 8:16pm in the packed Mulberry Bush

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pub in the city centre, the first bomb went off. It claimed ten lives.

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Four minutes later, at the Tavern in the Town nearby, a second device

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exploded, killing 11. Now a retired senior policeman has given a

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detailed account of a third bomb, timed to go off at 11pm in Hagley

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Road. It failed to explode. A more thorough investigation of that

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device, he says, might have kept six innocent men out of jail and helped

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bring the real culprits to justice. Here is our special correspondent,

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Peter Wilson. Heading into the past. On the night

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of 21 November 1974 Eric Francis was the night duty inspector for the

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whole of Birmingham. Two bombs had exploded in crowded pubs bringing

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carnage and horror to the city. But the retired policeman is guiding me

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to the scene of a little`known third explosive device, set just off the

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Hagley Road. Six Irishmen from Birmingham were jailed for the

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bombings. Known as the Birmingham six their convictions were quashed

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in 1991. Eric believes that the third bomb proves more than ever

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their innocence. You are convinced that the third

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bomb proves they could not have been responsible? That is correct. That

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they simply did not have time to come back out of town, plant this

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bomb and then go to new Street and plant up `` catch a train? No. Eric

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Francis claims the time is on the IRA bombs meant that the real

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bombers had at most an hour before their devices went off.

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The third bomb partially ignited at 11pm, three hours after the

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Birmingham Six had caught a train. He says senior officers were not

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interested in the third bomb. Not whatsoever. They were set on one

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thing. I think they genuinely thought that these were the men.

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But tonight campaigners for the 21 victims of the pub bombings say the

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third bomb is vital. Brian and Julie Hambleton lost their sister Maxine,

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killed in the Tavern in the Town. It is fundamentally significant

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because it had a controlled detonation, which means it would

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have been pretty much intact, so it would have DNA on it. And the fact

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`` as long as they can find that, it could go through the forensics

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team. West Midlands Police have spent 18

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months going through 10,000 documents relating to the case

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looking for new evidence which they say would mean the case could be

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reopened. In terms of further enquiries, once

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we have gone through all of the documentation and we understand

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exactly what is in there, what forensics opportunities there are as

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a result of the work being done, we will then be in a position to

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accurately make a decision on whether we should put resources into

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resuming the investigation. If the investigators can find any

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significant new forensic material, the police will have you decide

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whether or not to reopen this 39`year`old murder enquiry.

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Coming up, independent MEP Nikki Sinclaire talks about why she has

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chosen to reveal her previous life as a man.

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Energy firm NPower is to cut 1400 jobs across the country. Unions are

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concerned about the Fenton base in Stoke`on`Trent, which employs 600

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after driver shortages caused major service problems last winter, London

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Midland trains are still experiencing regular delays.

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NPower is looking to restructure their operations in the UK. Some of

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it will be reason `` outsourced to India. The union concerned says it

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expects these job losses will lead to the closure of the base in

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Stoke`on`Trent, in the Fenton area. It employs around 600 people, mostly

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employed in the administration of customer accounts. For a while there

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have been concerns about the security of those jobs but it seems

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the announcement we are expecting tomorrow has been pre`empted by the

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GMB union. Has there been any reaction so far? In the last few

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minutes I have spoken to Tristram Hunt, the MP. His reaction is this `

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he says this is a real low for Stoke`on`Trent's economy, these are

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the kind of jobs the city needs. `` real blow. He says he will be in

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talks with NPower tomorrow morning. Thank you.

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After driver shortages caused major service problems last winter, London

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Midland trains are still experiencing regular delays.

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According to the latest official figures, in the last few weeks one

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in five trains have arrived late. Many commuters using the service say

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it is not good enough. In a moment I will be putting some of your

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comments to London Midland but first here is our transport correspondent,

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Peter Plisner. A tale of two commuters, both using

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London Midland services and both still suffering delays. Gary Hughes

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travels from Birmingham to Coventry every day. Commuting every day is a

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bit hellish. When it works it takes an hour but when it doesn't it can

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be anything up to two and a half hours.

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Meanwhile Nick Drew commutes from Birmingham to Worcester. There have

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only been a couple of times when it has been really really late or

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cancelled. There is just that niggling slight delay, it gets quite

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wearing. London Midland had a serious shortage of drivers 12

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months ago. Year on you would expect things to be better but according to

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official they are actually worse. Latest punctuality data shows that

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only 80.2% of trains are arriving on time, down 2.4% on the same period

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last year. We never even get an apology. My train was 15 minutes

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late because of the delays caused by the previous delays. With delays

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increasing we asked London Midland's managing director to meet our

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commuters but he refused. Instead the company said its head of

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communications. In the last few weeks it has not been good enough, I

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hold up my hands to that. A lot of that has been to do with the storm

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and infrastructure problems. So what did our commuters think of

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their meet`the`manager session? I want to see improvements, not

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explanations. It is a difficult franchise to run and I will wait to

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see how the service improves. With the worst of the winter weather

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still to come, many passengers will probably agree.

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I'm joined now by Francis Thomas, head of communications at London

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Midland, who we saw in that report. Thank you for coming in. We had

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hoped to put viewers' questions directly to the managing director.

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Why wouldn't he come on the programme to answer them? I don't

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think it matters who from the executive team answers the

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questions, the important thing is that we talk to our customers.

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Patrick gets a lot of requests to do lots of things and sometimes he asks

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one of his deputies to go on a programme. We have had a lots of

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comments, this one from Matt Bill. It is typical of the complaints.

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Really terrible service, often cancelled because of lack of staff,

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seriously overcrowded at peak times because of cancellations. We are

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doing a number of things and let me reassure all of our passengers that

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first of all we don't like running a service that is not on time. We are

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getting over the problem of driver shortages. We have 53 drivers in

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training and we have put 17 new drivers in training this year. We

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have had ten months of really improving performance at the last

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month, the E figures were largely down to infrastructure problems,

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which were not helped by the storm. That is the case for all train

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operators but you seem to fare a lot worse for customer complaints. I

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don't think we do more than others. We do a lot more to talk to our

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customers and we are very proud about that. You can take a long time

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to come back on complaints according to the latest figures. You are

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losing drivers, you train them and then they go elsewhere because they

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are better paid. Wouldn't it be better to pay them more? Nobody wins

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in a bidding war. The drivers who run commuter services in the West

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Midlands eventually progress onto longer distance services. That has

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always been the case. Thank you for coming on, hopefully next time we

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can speak to the managing director and put more of our viewers'

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questions to him. We are always happy to answer our customers'

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questions. An underground cannabis farm has

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been found by police at Drakelow Tunnels near Kidderminster. 400

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cannabis plants worth up to ?650,000 were discovered. A 45`year`old man

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was arrested. The tunnels were used to manufacture machine parts during

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the Second World War and there has been a campaign to preserve them.

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Sutton Coldfield MP Andrew Mitchell faces a huge ill if he pursues a

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libel action against the Sun newspaper. The Court of Appeal today

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ruled he can't reclaim ?500,000 of legal fees if he wins. The libel

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case follows last year's incident when Mr Mitchell was involved in an

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angry exchange with police in Downing Street.

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It is just coming up to 19 minutes to seven. Our top story.

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New claims about another explosive device planted on the night of the

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Birmingham pub warming is. `` meins.

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`` bombings. And football coach Frank is up for

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an unsung hero award. He is no oil painting but Bulley

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would love to find a home after nine years in kennels.

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There are calls tonight for a privately run jail in the West

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Midlands to be shut down, after another day of protests by inmates.

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Six prisoners began a rooftop protest this morning at oak`wood

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Jail, just weeks after a similar protest at the jail, outside

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Wolverhampton. Here is Joan Cummins. More than 1600 category C prisoners

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are held at the privately run jail near feather stone. Today six

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inmates decided to stage a rooftop protest. The prisoners have been

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playing cat and mouse with our television cameras. They have mostly

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disappeared now and it is unclear exactly what AI protesting over but

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today's protest follows another last month and it came at the time a

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report said the prison was failing in virtually every aspect. The

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prison's mission statement says it aims to become the leading prison in

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the world. GE for S says it is simply experiencing teething

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problems. `` group for security. As with any institution there can be

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some early challenges in the operation of the establishment.

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Prison campaigners showed that the prison shows private jails simply do

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not work. I do not think it is a safe environment for prisoners or

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staff. An investigation has been begun into this latest security

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breach, with the managing company promising lessons will be learned.

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West Midlands MEP Nikki Sinclaire is one of our most colourful and

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unorthodox politicians. Politically she has fallen out with UKIP and

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formed her own party. Now she has written of the threats of exposure

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that led her to reveal she had an operation to change from a man to a

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woman. I will be talking to Nikki Sinclaire in a moment but first

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political editor Patrick Burns has this assessment of her career so

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far. The Liberals, Labour and the

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Conservatives do not leave in democracy...

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A victory speech like no other. Nikki Sinclaire telling the other

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parties exactly what she thought of them. You are nothing better than

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fascists and dictators. But just six months later she had parted company

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with her own, over UKIP's links with the European Freedom and Democracy

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grouping in the European Parliament, which she said included homophobes

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and racists. Back home her passionate opposition to High Speed

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Two became one of her trademark local issues, now as an independent

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MEP. So too the gypsy encampment on green belt land. She stood in

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Meriden for the Solihull and Meriden Residents' Association at the last

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general election, securing 1.3% of the vote. Or so in 2010 came

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allegations about expenses and allowances which led eventually to

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Nikki Sinclaire and three others being arrested by West Midlands

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police on suspicion of conspiracy to do fraud the European Parliament.

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Almost two years after her arrest, Nikki Sinclaire remains on police

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bail. She strenuously denies any wrongdoing.

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Undaunted, she launched her campaign for an immediate referendum on

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Britain's future European Union membership, raising well over the

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hundred thousand signatures required to force a Commons debate. The

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motion was defeated but not before it had triggered the biggest revolt

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against a Conservative Prime Minister on the European issue. No

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wonder Nikki Sinclaire sees this as her defining theme. She plans to

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stand for her new We Demand a Referendum Now Party in next May's

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European elections. Nikki Sinclaire is here now. Good

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evening. We are going to get onto the politics in a moment but I am

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interested to know why you have chosen to reveal now that you have

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had this operation to change from a man to a woman. You have written

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about it openly in the book. There are many reasons but there were

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threats to disclose my medical history and I wanted to be the

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person to tell it and not get a call from a newspaper saying we are going

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to run this tomorrow, what is your quote? It took me a long time to put

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down in words what happened and how I felt about it from the age of

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three. A lot of people watching might find it quite difficult to

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understand what you went through and what it was inside view that made

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you feel you had to have this operation, that it was not a

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choice. It is not a choice. Probably 98% of the people watching this

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programme never question their gender. Unfortunately a very small

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minority of us from a very early age, three in my case, obviously I

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could not understand exactly what it was but I knew there was something

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fundamentally wrong with me and it looks `` it took me many years to

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solve that Rob Lunn. At what stage did you decide to do something about

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it? I could not do anything about it until I was 16 and I went to see a

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doctor and she told me to go away and grow up, she said you will end

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up living in London as a drug addict and a prostitute. In the 1980s they

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said they could not see me until I was 21, which seemed like a life

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sentence. Having gone through the operation, did you feel that you had

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come home in some way? I just felt like myself. Probably people won't

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understand it but until changing at 203I was pretending to be someone I

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wasn't. When I get up in the morning I am myself and the only things I

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think about are, what are my objectives today? What reaction have

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you had since you came out with this revelation? We have had actually

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know reaction, not a single question. Twitter and social media

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has been fantastic, hundreds of wasn't of messages. I have only had

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two or three even slightly negative. There is a you go of poll in the

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book saying that 60% of people would see it as no difference but in the

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West Midlands that goes up even further. `` YouGov. Without the

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backing of a major party you don't stand much chance in the European

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elections. I don't agree, I am the only Emmy `` the only MEP in the

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country who has a mobile surgery. I have met many thousands of people in

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the mobile surgery and in the European Parliament I am listed as

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the most active of all seven MEPs so I have really been representing them

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and I think that will show. I was the one, not UKIP, that forced that

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debate in Parliament. With food banks, with HS2, with debt belief,

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or roll affairs I have been at the forefront, International human

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rights, which does not get in the media. `` rural affairs. I have

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visited prisoners of conscience in Bahrain, for example. Thank you very

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much for coming in. All this week we have been hearing

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from the finalists in the search for the BBC Midlands Sports Unsung Hero.

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Today we meet Frank Holliday, who helped form Droitwich Spa Football

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Club 34 years ago. As Dan Pallett has been finding out, he is still

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going strong. He is in his element. Frank Holliday

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loves his football club. You can see they are all enjoying

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it, so it is good. It is good to see the friendships and the success the

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club has. Frank helped to form Droitwich Spa

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Football Club 34 years and has been involved ever since. And it's grown

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to boast 450 players across 27 squads. He just loves his sport. But

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Frank's involvement goes far beyond the football. He's opening up the

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car parks at 8am every Saturday morning. And once he's got

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everything underway in the kitchen he's sorting out the kit bags and

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then inspecting the pitches he marked out earlier in the week.

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A dog or an animal has decided to bury something in the middle of the

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ground. In fact nothing much gets done

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without Frank's help. He's even built a link with a German club and

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introduced a boot recycling scheme. He has dedicated his life to the

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football club and everything going on around here is testament to Frank

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because not only is he coaching people he is organising the whole

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thing. It was grey and miserable when I visited Frank but it didn't

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bother him or the players. But just how long can he carry on?

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I am 69 and three quarters at the moment so I am still in my 60s,

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just. As long as I can. Everyone at Droitwich Spa Football Club will be

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glad to hear it. Getting on a bit, not the

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best`looking and hardly a great mixer. Bulley the Staffordshire bull

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terrier cross is the dog it seems nobody wants. Staff at the rescue

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kennels where he lives have been trying to find him a home for nine

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years. And now is probably his last chance, as Sarah Falkland's been

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finding out. There are over 80 an unwanted dogs

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at Hillbrae Kennels but none have been overlooked as often as Bulley.

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He has spent nine years here. He used to go to the front of the cage,

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take me, take me, but now he doesn't bother to get out of bed. It is as

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though he senses that nobody is going to take him, which is quite

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sad, really. But could his own dog blog be his saviour? It is the

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brainchild of Julia Kaminski, the dog walker. She has been compiling

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daily blogs the Bulley in the hope of finding him a home. Everybody

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loves the idea of Bulley being in front of a fire for Christmas with a

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roast chicken dinner. If it does not come for Christmas, as long as it

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comes some time, that is the main aim. He has a huge character, he is

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a really unusual dog, full of fun, he loves toys. He is quite happy dog

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considering he has been in kennels such a long time. Bulley now has

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nearly 2000 followers who log on every day to wish him good morning

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and good night. For weeks all kinds of gifts and toys have been arriving

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from all around the world, even from Australia. Look on it is a new

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winter coat, but I don't think it will fit you, mate. Maybe one day,

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though, Bulley's blog will read like this. Can you believe it? I am so

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excited. I have finally got a new home.

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And you can find out more about Bulley and his blog on Facebook `

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it's at www.facebook.com/bulleysblog. And if

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you are thinking you could give him a home, remember, Bulley doesn't mix

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well with other dogs. Although the cold is returning

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temporarily I think we could see them rising by the end of the

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weekend. You can see what is going on at a glance by looking at our air

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mass charts. Come Friday the cold air replaces the warm and then we

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see the return of the milder air by the end of the weekend. We are

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grappling with the cloud at the moment. The thickest cloud will be

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to the southern counties, parts of Worcestershire and Gloucestershire.

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Light at wrecks of rain or drizzle later in the night and also fog

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patches. `` light outbreaks. This cloud is still with us through the

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course of tomorrow but the winds are very light so there was not much to

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stir it up. We hope for an improvement by the afternoon.

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Temperatures are still up to nine or 10 degrees so still fairly mild.

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Under the thickest cloud there could be a spot of rain. Then we see this

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cold front sweeping in on Friday, bringing colder air, rain and

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showers and wind. The headlines from the BBC ` 35 days

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to go before Bulgarians and Romanians can start looking for work

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here. New claims about another explosive

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device planted on the night of the Birmingham pub bombings.

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Now, a final chance to get your hands on a ?12 million fortune. An

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unclaimed Euromillions raffle ticket, bought in Ladywood in May,

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will expire in just over four hours. Camelot went in search of the owner

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in Birmingham this week but say nobody has yet come forward. The

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winning ticket holder has until just 11 o'clock tonight to claim the life

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changing prize. That was Midlands Today. I'll be

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back at ten o'clock with more on the continuing problems with London

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Midland trains.

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