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Welcome to Midlands Today. The headlines: A unique opportunity to

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rebalance the economy, says the new boss of the HS2. Business is too

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concentrated in London. It must be distributed to the north.

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But oents say that high`speed rail link will only benefit the cities.

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Also: Tackling youth unemployment, military style. Helping young people

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to find work. A possible solution to bed`blocking.

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A recovery for the frail and elderly. That looks nothing like a

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hospital. 348 days to Christmas but filming is under way for Nativity 3.

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Starring Martin Clunes and Katherine Tate.

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It has been such fun. A lot of laughs. And flying by the seat of

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your pants. And a dry day with sunshine to boot,

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but is it too good to last? Your full weekend forecast, coming up.

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Good evening. The man charged with overseeing the HS2 claim it is will

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spread prosperity away from London to the Midlands and beyond. Sir

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David Higgins says that Birmingham could be the venue for a new

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engineering college to boost jobs and skills, but those living along

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the route says that prosperity for others will mean ruin for them.

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He is the Australian who delivered the 2012 Olympics. The next

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challenge for Sir David Higgins, delivering the ?43 high`speed rail

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link. He was in Birmingham, among friends. The leaders of big cities

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like Birmingham, Sheffield and Manchester, who agree with him that

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prosperity in the south`east will travel to the north up the HS2.

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Business is too concentrated in London. You have todies bute it to

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the north. So when we have less than 40 minutes from BRUM International

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to York, those connections will transform how this, not only relates

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to London but transform how the north talks to each other.

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A college to train the eng niece that build the line could be here at

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Washward Heath. Have a look at France and Germany.

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Look at what happened when HS2 was introduced there. A network of the

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lines in Germany and France. It helped to balance the economy. It

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will happen in England. It is here that high`speed rail link

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will arrive in Birmingham city centre but should we be looking at

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this as less of a gateway, more of a bridge, spanning a north/south

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divide? Not according to this opponent of high`speed rail link.

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The line would run within yards of his home, slashing its value in a

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stroke. I think that the business will still

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go to London. Creating more wealth. I accept that some cities will gain

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a little, but the areas such as staffed and Stoke`on`Trent are

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looking to lose. What of the towns rather than the

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big cities? In staffed, they are far from convinced? There is a fear that

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these areas will lose out as a consequence of high`speed rail link.

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Investment going to Birmingham, Manchester, Leeds, maybe at the

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expense of Stafford. The bill to build high`speed rail

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link is still to clear Parliament, but with its Olympic background, Sir

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David Higgins understands, that this is a marathon, not a sprint. Lots

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more ahead including the Black Country group that forged theet call

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careers for 30 years is under threat of closure as the funding is cut.

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A couple who have been arrested by West Midlands Police, investigating

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the death of their baby daughter in Wolverhampton. The child died at the

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city's New Cross Hospital. Our reporter is interest for us.

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`` our reporter is there for us. This involved a nine`month`old baby

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girl. She, sadly, died here. Her parents, a 35`year`old woman and a

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32`year`old man, both from Wolverhampton, were questioned by

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the detectives in Wolverhampton. While they were interviewed they

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were arrested on suspicion of her murder. They have since been

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released on police bail, pending enquiries, we don't yet know the

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baby's identity. Ben is there information surrounding

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the cause of the death? It is an early stage at the inquiry. We know

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that there has been a postmortem examination but it has not yet

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determined the exact cause of death. More tests will be conducted.

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Speaking to the authorities today, I was told that the family, that this

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baby, it was not known to the Social Services. However, when there is a

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child death in the city like there has been here it is up to the

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safeguarding children's board to determine the cause of death

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themselves and to decide if there should be a Serious Case Review.

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That is if one or a number of agencies may have been involved with

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the family in the lead up to a death. So in the early stages of the

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investigation we will know more. A supermarket chain launched an

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investigation after a video emerged allegedly showing a cashier racially

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abusing a Muslim customer. Footage was posted on the internet after an

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argument at a store in Birmingham. Are you having a bad day? This was

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the moment when an altercation between a customer and a cashier got

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out of hand. A member of the public began filming the argument between

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the man and the woman. The woman of Asian appearance, allegedly shouted:

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Go on, you Muslim, dime. The video was shot here in Borstal Heath,

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Birmingham. The police are concerned and are looking into the stishg

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stances. The company here expect a high level of customer service from

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the staff. They are disappointed by what appears to be shown in the

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video. They also say that they do not condone such behaviour.

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Lidl add that they apologise to anyone who has been offended or

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upset by the case. Lidl has launched its own investigation. The customers

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at the store are mainly Muslim. Three local men told me they were

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astonished by the video. I have been shopping there for a

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lodge time now. I have never had such a complaint or anyone come up

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to me to be abusive. Nothing. It is nothing to do with the religion.

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Probably had a bad day. Started arguing, then something happened

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after that. So, it is basically, she had a hard day.

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The argument between the two people who have not been named apparently

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began over plastic shopping bags. A group which helped young people

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forge theatrical careers over 30 years is facing closure after the

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council that helped to pay for it announced plan to axe the funding.

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The City Council is facing cuts of ?123 million. And it say it is can

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no long afford to subsidise it. Three years ago this was the UK's

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only youth theatre to be awarded a grant of ?100,000, ahead of the

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London Games, but today, Wolverhampton Central Youth Theatre

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is facing the loss of its ?13,000 council grant.

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We raised up to ?22,000. We have created employment opportunities for

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young people. Training and apprenticeships, which is so

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important at this point when young people are out of work. I would not

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want to run a group that is not successful for young people. That is

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my life's work. These former members have gone on to

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work in the industry as writers and directors.

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We literally put Wolverhampton on the map across Europe. There were

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boards when we were at a theatre festival in Austria. Without the

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impact that the youth theatre had on my life, I can't imagine what I

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would be doing now. In the face of ?123 million in

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council cuts, one councillor told us there was little choice.

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The Government's funding cuts are driving us to make some of the most

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difficult and unpalatable decisions we have had to make.

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This group in Birmingham is inventive when it comes to funding.

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Stage 2 has been going for at that years.

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Charitable trusts give us grants, but when putting on a play, one time

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we needed lots of toilet paper for a riot scene, we asked a company for

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them instead. Back in Wolverhampton, people urged

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councillors to rethink. That's the biggest investment you

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can make, really, into investing into the young people, they are the

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future society for Wolverhampton at the end of the day. They will grow

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up and do something great. Of course I care about it. It is important for

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our children, for the teenagers. Anything to help them, to help bring

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them forward in the future for a better life, of course it is

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important. Last year the Central Youth Theatre

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travelled to Monaco. They say without public funding to match

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other funds that they raise, their future is bleak.

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There has been more criticism of the controversial Channel 4 documentary,

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Benefits Street. The series, filmed in the Winston Green area of

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Birmingham has been condemned for its portrayal of benefit claimants.

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There is a lot of political debate around this programme? There was

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indeed. Yes, our MPs on the Sunday Politics were keen to talk about the

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residents of James Turner Street you don't see. And they were critical of

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Channel 4. I feel sorry for the other people

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living there. They are hard`working people, that have to live in an

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environment where there are obviously people living off the

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state, and not having any intention of getting to work.

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The film people, preparing to go shoplifting, that is outrageous and

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not responsible broadcasting. David, so much comment has been on

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social media. A well`known figure on Twitter has been wading in? This is

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controversial indeed. Joey Barton has been playing in the Premier

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League with Manchester City, Newcastle. He plays for QPR, but he

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is a big name on Twitter with 2.4 million followers. This is what he

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said as episode two of this programme was aired: Strong evidence

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to support the breeding licence theory. And he said that the council

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were expected to support them. We put his views on the Facebook

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page, fair to say, not a lot who polarise his opinion.

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This woman said: So, it is clear Benefits Street has

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sparked a major debate. There is more at am Sunday morning.

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The army has been running a training scheme in Stoke`on`Trent aimed at

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tackling high youth unemployment. Of the seven in the training, five have

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been offered work. One is in the process of joining the Reserves. It

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is hoped that the four`week course could be launched across the

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country. Craig Taylor had not worked for more than a year. The door

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opened for him in Stoke`on`Trent, after proving himself during a

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week's work experience. It was organised through a pilot army

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reserve scheme. I would recommended it. Without the

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course I would still be on jobseeker's allowance.

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They are keen to get back into the workplace. That showed enough with

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the time keeping aspect and how they aplayed themselves to the jobs that

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they were given. The army s Midlands Spear Project

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was launched in October. During four weeks, recruits were taught

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communication, team building and ememployability skills. The aim to

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tackle unemployment in the area and recruit for the Reserves.

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We gave them the tools to believe in themselves, to motivate and to make

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better of themselves. People want to gain employment immediately. I

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understand that and get that but sometimes you have to go that little

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bit further, especially in a competitive market.

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Shaun had not worked for 18 months. He admits he had lost his

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confidence. He is grateful for the opportunity.

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I was stressing out as I could not find a job. It was very hard.

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Thankfully, the course got me the job! Out of seven candidates on the

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first course, five people have been given jobs. There is a potential for

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a further 20 to gain employment on a second course in March.

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It is time for the headlines: A unique opportunity to balance the

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economy, says the boss of the HS2. The weather and also ahead:

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Three`and`a`half minutes... If you ever truly think. It could change

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her life. Lucy May prepares for the final of Open Mic UK. And just

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finished off the Christmas cake? We bring a taster of a nativity film to

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hit the big screen later this year. Now every year many people are

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discharged from hospital to be re`admitted as they were not ready

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to go home. Esther Rantzen has opened a new ward run by a hospital

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Trust and housing Association it is hoped to prevent bed`blocking around

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the country. Great`grandmother Irene from

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Birmingham ended up in hospital after a fall. Instead of being

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discharged she has come to what the staff here are calling a

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reenablement ward. Helping her to regain confidence and preparing for

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going home. It has been fabulous. It has.

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Nothing's too much trouble for the people at that work here. I have

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loved every minute of it. Loved efr minute. I don't want to go home,

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really! The converted ward is at the Good Hope Hospital. It caters for 29

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ex`patients. They have their own living space and can interact with

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others. It is cheaper than keeping people in hospital beds.

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People are frail after an episode of pneumonia or illness. We can offer

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something that is a transition. We can be more comfortable as can the

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patient that they will be able to cope with they get home.

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The centre even has its own garden. When the weather is warmer, the

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patients are encouraged to come outside, maybe have a barbecue, or

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plant some flowers. Today, a champion for the elderly, Esther

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Rantzen, opened the facility. She wants all hospitals to adopt the

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same approach. It is a different culture here. It

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is not the clinical staff helping people but the care staff. There is

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a carpet instead of linow and curtains on the windows and pictures

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on the wall. It is a domestic steting `` setting. That is

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difficult for the hospitals to adjust their brains to.

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The ward is jointly run by a housing Association. It has witnessed many

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tennants going back and forth to hospital. It was anxious to stop the

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growing trend. We have practical things, a variety

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of surfaces, carpets, wood, so that people can get used to using walking

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aids. It is a venture improving an

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important stepping stone for many on the road to resuming normal life.

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To sport and villa fans are hoping to see two new faces tomorrow. Good

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evening. A place in the starting line`up for Ryan Bertrand. He is

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from Chelsea. And the important away game to Liverpool. And Halt has

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arrived. And Paul Lambert will try to end a disappointing run.

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Ryan Bertrand has played once in the Premier League for Chelsea. So Jose

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Mourinho believes he will benefit from playing regular first`team

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football with Aston Villa on loan until the end of the season.

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It is a fantastic option to come to this club. A massive history and

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great fan base. To play a few games here will be a good step.

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Ryan is 24, but in the words of Paul Lambert, he has the big game

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experience. Last season helping chepz to win the Europa League, the

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year before, the champions league. Now is different challenge in the

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Premier League, bu as Villa are only five points clear of relegation.

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What a debut for him, Liverpool away? Liverpool away... Yeah, well,

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I don't envy him to be honest with you! I wish him all the best. I am

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holding we can hold up for a draw, but it does not look so good.

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Villa's other loan signing, Grant Halt has scored well previously.

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The onus is for them to come out and beat us. We have a game plan. If we

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stick it, we should be difficult to beat.

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The Villa boys, could hardly wish for a more challenging debut.

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And interesting with Stoke City, the head`to`head with Tony Pulis and I

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understand that there is news on the ownership of Birmingham City? Yes,

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they are having talks with an unnamed third party about possibly

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selling 24% of the Football Club. Recently Younger said he was not

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keen on selling up completely. Now it seems that much`needed investment

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could be coming to St Andrew's. And Brentford, and no game for the

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Wolves, the pitch is water`logged. Now a few months ago, Lucy May from

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Redditch was at university finishing her degree. Tomorrow she is to take

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the stage at the NEC in the final of the Open Mic UK. One of the

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country's biggest competitions, having beaten thousands of singers

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along the way. # If you ever truly think... It is

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three`and`a`half minutes that could change Lucy's life forever. Having

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seen off 8,000 people already, just 25 now stand between the 21`year`old

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from Redditch and the title of Open Mic UK, winner.

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It is a big deal. To win would be just ridiculous! I can't explain how

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amazing that would be! We would love to be able to see her name up there.

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Getting something at the end of it. # You only need the light when its

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burning low... With so much at stake, the choice of song is vital.

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Lucy's decision, Let It Go. You have to hit the audience with

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what you are doing. Previously held in London, the

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finals have been moved to the NEC in Birmingham. Although it does not

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have the professional of X Factor, Open Mic has been a help for a

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number of artists. Like Birdie. And Germane. They have

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both had top ten albums. This is a talent rather than a

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sub`story. I'm sure I could rustle up a sob story but I don't have one.

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I'm not about the story, I'm about the music. I want to be recognised

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as an artist. Lucy has been asked to be a part of

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a charity single, and hopes, win or lose, that someone watching

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tomorrow, will be able to give her the chance to fulfil her dream.

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Now, a donkey, Katherine Tate and Martin Clunes. A few of the cast

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members who have started working on the third stallment of Nativity.

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The film is back and the cameras are rolling in Leamington Spa.

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It is meant to be mid`town Manhattan. The bride is Katherine

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Tate. I am playing Sophie. She is torn

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between two lovers. Basically. You may recognise one of the men at

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the alter. I am kicked in the head by the

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donkey early on. I lose all of my memory.

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Welcome to the mad cap world of the Nativity films. If you saw the

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first, you know it was about the children of a school competing for

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the best Christmas play. So what is the theme this time? It is flash

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mobbing, baby. That is basically singing and dancing and surprising

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people in public spaces. For the covery`based director, it is

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a family affair. Her mum, dad, sister and daughter are . Her

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husband Nick, has co written the music with her. Of course, there are

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no scripts. This is an improvised film.

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From the spur of your moment, you are thinking on your feet. Trying to

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think of something to say. I prefer it, I don't prefer it, I don't hate

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it as much as I thought I would. There are familiar faces, Archie the

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donkey. It is him that has given the film its title, Nativity 3: Dude,

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Where's My Donkey? . At Christmas time you want to feelgood. That

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human beings are really nice people, that there is hope.

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For this choir for Coventry, University it is the chance of a

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lifetime. I have seen a few celebrities so

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far. I am taking it as I go. Enjoying the fact I am here with the

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choir and stuff. Yeah. During the course of filming they

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flash mob everywhere from the Empire State Building in New York to the

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live, but who marries who? Does Mr Shephard get his girl? All I can

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tell you is that I am currently at the alter with another man...

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Actors, they never give much away! That looks like great fun. Now, what

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is the chance of a little bit of dry weather over the weekend? Rebecca is

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here with the forecast. It could be possible but no sooner

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does it dry out than things get wet once again.

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It has been glorious, we have seen some wonderful scenes like this

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picture from James Roberts. But I don't think it will surprise

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you to know that so far in January, we have seen a I above average

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rainfall. The temperatures have been two

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degrees above where we expect them to be for the time of year. It is a

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return to form through the weekend. More rain to come on Saturday. By

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Sunday it starts to change a little. Colder. We may see the sun at times.

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Tonight it has been a largely dry end to the day. Still some rain.

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Clear spells to come. In the clear spells there is mist and fog patches

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developing, but not sticking around too long. The rain moves up from the

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south. The cloud and the rain to lift the temperatures a little

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tomorrow morning. So not so cold a start. The rain does not go anywhere

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through the day. Heavy pulses in the morning. A brief lull with dry

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spells and the rain to make its way back through after the lunch time.

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Temperatures similar to today. Ranging between 8 to 10 Celsius. The

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winds are stronger. More rain to come through the night it does not

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go anywhere. By midnight it moves to the north. Behind that, the skies

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will clear. The wind direction changes to a south`easterly. So it

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gets colder. The wind is dropping out. We get widespread frost and fog

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patches and icy stretches through Sunday morning. A cold start, the

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freezing fog will be difficult to lift. So a cold winter's day to come

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on Sunday. In the east we could get patches of sunshine in the day. On

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Monday it will be a cold winter day but guess what, the rain is back by

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Tuesday. What a surprise. The headlines: The

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hunt for the missing three`year`old in Edinburgh, the police say there

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was a potential sighting of the little boy. A opportunity to

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rebalance the economy says the boss of high`speed rail link.

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That was the news from Midlands Today. Have a good evening. Goodbye

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for now.

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