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That's all from the BBC News at Six, so it's goodbye from me, and on BBC

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Hello and welcome to Midlands Today. The headlines: police to introduce a

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nice surrender to get weapons of city streets. We have seen a slight

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increase over the last 12 months. Tonight the family of a teenager

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stabbed to death calls for tougher sentences on knife crime. Also

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tonight... I am live where the river seven continues to rise and should

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peak overnight. I'll be here later with all the details on how much

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rain we can expect, and why strong winds are just going to add to the

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problem. Your full weekend forecast coming up later. ?1.2 million, the

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cost of the new library of Birmingham website. It was not put

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out to tender. The council says it is value for money. Heidi finally

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gets the music breakthrough. She beat 80,000 people to win a singing

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competition. `` 18,000. Good evening. The Environment Agency

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has issued three severe warnings for the River Severn in Gloucestershire

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and there's another 21 warnings in place in the Midlands. Flood

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barriers have been erected along the River Severn in Shrewsbury,

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Ironbridge and Bewdley, where our reporter Ben Godfrey is this

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evening. So, Ben, how are things looking there tonight? We have had

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between ten and 20 millimetres of rain today. The barriers have been

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installed. They are three feet high at the moment. More rain is planned

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and that is of concern. How concerned are you by the levels here

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tonight? The levels have been rising here all day. Nothing to concern us

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at the moment. Probably another but also to go. They are doing their job

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at the moment. Let's talk about the River Severn in Gloucestershire

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tonight with some severe weather warnings in place. Some high tides

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are connected with the surge of water. That is potentially quite

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significant. What kind of a risk will it be tomorrow? It is very

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complicated to predict what will happen. There is the combination of

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high tides, fresh water and sewage or meeting together. In some areas

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it may get over the top of flood defences. I know you are concerned

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about days ahead. It is a very unsettled outlook. More rain on

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Monday and Tuesday. The rivers are already high and the catchments are

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saturated. Through next week we could see levels building again. You

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can see the levels are very high at the moment. There are pins down here

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which are covered. These areas are used to being filled with water at

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times of flooding. The message they want to get across is that they are

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open for business this weekend and people can access the area. Rebecca

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will have the full forecast later. You can keep up`to`date with the

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latest flood warnings, travel news and weather on your local radio

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station this weekend. A Burton on Trent brewery switches a new

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production line on. Happy Chinese New Year. The campaign for an

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archway to mark Birmingham 's Chinese quarter. The family of a

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teenager stabbed to death after a fight in Birmingham are calling for

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tougher sentences for those found guilty of knife crime. 15`year`old

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Hassan Mahmood died last summer. Two people have been stabbed in the city

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in the past 24 hours, one of them fatally. Today West Midlands Police

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said they would be introducing a knife surrender as a way of getting

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knives off the streets of the city. This man knows the true cost of

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knife crime. His 15`year`old nephew was stabbed to death in Birmingham

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last July by another teenager. The whole process of seeing the body and

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going to hospital and having to bury him. It was just terrible. The

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17`year`old killer was found guilty of murder this week. When he is

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sentenced next month, the judge must send a message. You'll Athey need to

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give out life sentences. They should give them full life sentences. That

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is the only way to deter them from doing it. Six months on, knife crime

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afflicts Birmingham. Police were called to reports of a disturbance.

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The 31`year`old victim was rushed to hospital but died there later.

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Yesterday afternoon, a 17`year`old boy was stabbed and seriously

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injured. A 15`year`old is being questioned. The community lurker and

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part`time radio presenter says more needs to be done. We have asked for

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a life amnesty. We want better education in schools. People must be

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made more aware of the consequences of carrying knives. A spate of

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killings in Birmingham last autumn caused horror and revulsion. Police

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concede it has been a bad 12 months but say overall they are making

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progress against knife crime. We have seen a slight increase. It is

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hard to put contacts to rent `` a context around each and everyone of

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them. We need to redouble efforts with everyone. To that end, the

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police are planning a nice surrender, a variation on the

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amnesty. The killer will be sentenced in four weeks time.

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Birmingham City Council has confirmed tonight it's reviewing its

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?120 million a year contract with service company Capita. Since 2006,

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Capita has run the city's IT, call centre and billing services. The

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contract was extended to 2021. But tonight the council say they don't

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know how much it would cost to break the Service Birmingham contract.

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Capita has been criticised for charging over a million pounds to

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build the new Library of Birmingham website. But the council insist it

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is value for money. Our Correspondent David Gregory`Kumar

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has been investigating. A modern library needs a website,

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but did Birmingham's cost a lot more than it needed to? FOI requests

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reveal the new Library of Birmingham website cost ?1.2 million pounds and

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an extra ?190,000 a year to maintain. Compare that to another

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shiny new library, The Hive in Worcester, their website cost

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?10,000. And Shropshire Council say the ongoing costs of their library

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website are just over 1000 pounds Even if you compare Birmingham to

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another new UK superlibrary the costs are high. There is not much

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colour in it. It is simple and does the job. It is keeping the costs

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town. Why do you want to keep costs down? We cannot afford it. That is

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honest. We cannot afford to do that. Austerity has made us change the way

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we things. Even if you compare Birmingham with another UK super

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library, the costs are still high. Liverpool Council spent ?50m on

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their refurbished Central Library. But they told us the website cost

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them four hours of staff time updating pictures and tweaking text.

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Like Shropshire it was all done in house. Birmingham out sourced the

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job to a company called Capita. And the Library website is by no means

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the biggest contract Capita has with Birmingham Council. They also have a

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multi`million pound deal to run IT, call centre and billing services.

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Capita Service Birmingham. But the details are secret and critics want

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it released. Way too much money has been spent. It could be done at half

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the cost. That contract could have been cancelled 18 months ago. I

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could have been wrong. Capita told us they agreed publication back in

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October last year. The council say today it could be published by the

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end of February. Only then will it be possible to tell if the

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multi`million pound Capita Service Birmingham contract is a good deal

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for the city. I spoke to the Deputy Leader of

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Birmingham City Council, Ian Ward earlier this afternoon. I asked him

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if the contract to design and run the website for the Library of

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Birmingham was put out to tender. Well, this contract was market

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tested. You need to remember it was not a contract that I set up. It was

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set up by the previous Conservative ` Liberal Democrat administration.

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When I came into office, the first thing we did was to have it

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independently validated by an outside organisation. Their report

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confirmed the contract was value for money for the city council and that

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there was value in continuing with it. We have to deliver more for less

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money and that is why we are renegotiated the contract. Where are

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you with the renegotiation? The core contract costs ?15 million. We have

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said we will reduce that by ?20 million for the next financial

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year. That is built into the budget. We are negotiating to see what

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exactly that will mean. There will be a ?20 million reduction. At the

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same time, we are considering all the other possible options. The

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detail of the spend, the breakdown of that, it is not available to your

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taxpayers. Published accounts are available. The 2013/2014 numbers

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will come out. The details of the contract we have with Catheter, many

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of those details of commercially sensitive and are not published.

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Having said all of that, we are going to publish the contract on the

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website. All of the commercially sensitive information will be

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redacted. When will that be? By the end of February. The contract is due

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to end in 2021, how much will it cost to terminate it early? There is

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no figure. We are involved in negotiations as to what the figure

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will be. Said there was no figure put on an early termination? There

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was no figure, no. We have agreement about termination of the contract.

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There are various conditions set around that. It would not be normal

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to put an actual number into the contract. There is an agreement in

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place about early termination? There is. We have driven value out of this

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contract. We need to be clear as to what is the best way forward and the

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most cost`effective way for the council. A former head teacher from

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Stoke`on`Trent has pleaded guilty to a series of sex offences. Robert

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Haines, who held the post at Thistley Hough School in Penkhull

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has admitted two counts of sexual activity with a child while in a

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position of trust, five of making indecent images of children, and a

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further charge of causing or inciting a child to engage in sexual

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activity. He'll be sentenced later. Detectives are questioning a

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22`year`old man in connection with the murder of a woman in the

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Worcestershire village of Hanbury. School Road has been closed all day

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as forensic officers carry out their investigations. Officers were called

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to a house yesterday at 4:35pm. They attended a female in her 40s who had

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suffered a number of stab wounds. The lady died at the scene. Two

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companies in the West Midlands have announced major investments today.

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The Burton`based brewery Marston's has opened a ?7.4 million pound new

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bottling line. And flybe confirmed it is making Birmingham Airport its

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largest UK base. The company is introducing seven new routes out of

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the airport and creating 50 new jobs. What we have done is make sure

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we are focusing on the areas of growth and good profit. In areas of

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the country which are not so great we have had to change our programme

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a bit. This is a good news story for the West Midlands and Birmingham. In

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Burton, the multi million pound investment in Marstons also

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benefited local companies who built the new bottling line. It comes as

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overall beer sales have risen, and are at their strongest rate for a

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decade. Here's our Staffordshire reporter. Burton's MP switching on

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the new line which will fill 18,000 bottles of beer an hour. It's an

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investment which comes as the brewery's gearing up for increased

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production. We are seeing a real resurgence. Drinkers are recognising

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that cask ale is interesting, flavoursome and great to drink. They

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are coming back to beer. They are also getting new drinkers. It is

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great to see women, who are recognising how wonderful British

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beer is. In the last year there has been an increase in the number of

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points sold. More of us are drinking beer at home and it is due to the

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good weather in the summer. And it's that increase in supermarket sales

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that's behind the building of this new line. This line will be running

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for I suspect well over 25`year is. This really does secure the jobs for

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the company in Burton on Trent and the people who work for Marstons.

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Other firms in Burton have benefitted too. This is Briggs, a

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company that's been in the town since 1740. It makes stainless steel

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tanks and has supplied the brewery with new equipment for the

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production line. When we won the project, we all acknowledge this is

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a very important contract, not only for bricks but for the town. The

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economy has suffered over the last few years. Being supported by

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Marstons with the order was very important. This line's now up and

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running seven days a week, continuing the long and proud

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tradition that makes Burton Britain's brewing capital.

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The Prime Minister 's right`hand man at Westminster has dismissed claims

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that the economic recovery is limited to London. The Parliamentary

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private sector is of David Cameron said the study does not paint an

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accurate picture of the economy in the West Midlands but is showing

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signs of recovery. We are seeing a massive growth in the Midlands. In

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my constituency you can see unemployment down to 1.9%. You can

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see investment with Jaguar Land Rover building a new engine plant.

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Manufacturing is starting to plough ahead. In the Midlands, we are in a

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premier position to benefit. And you can see more on this on the Sunday

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Politics at 11am on Sunday with Elizabeth Glinka. This is our top

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story tonight: Police to introduce a knife surrender to get weapons off

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the city streets ` as the family of a teenager stabbed to death calls

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for tougher sentences. Rebecca's standing by with the weekend

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forecast. A warning it'll be wet. Also in tonight's programme... It

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could be their biggest deal in the Midlands on transfer deadline day as

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Stoke City agree a deal with Sunderland for Lee Cattermole.

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It's Chinese New Year and a campaign is being launched tonight to raise

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money to pay for an arch to mark the entrance to Birmingham's Chinese

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quarter. It's one of the few major cities in the UK without one.

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Lindsay Doyle is in Chinatown tonight, so Lindsay how much could

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this all cost? It will cost an astonishing ?1 million. I am told

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the Chinese community is confident it can raise that money. Birmingham

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is one of the last cities in the country with a large, vibrant

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community not to have an arch. Liverpool, London and Manchester all

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have one and Newcastle have two. I am joined by the chair of the

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Chinese Festival community. Apologies. We seem to have a problem

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down in the Chinese quarter. Now, it is transfer deadline day. We only

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have a few hours left. Dan has the details. Stoke City have agreed a

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fee with Sunderland for the midfielder Lee Cattermole in what's

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likely to be the biggest deal in the Midlands on transfer deadline day.

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But while Premier League clubs across the country have been

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spending millions lower down the divisions it's all about trying to

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find a bargain. It has been one of those days when the assistant

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managers get to meet the media because the managers are too busy

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doing deals. This is Lee Cattermole, the man Stoke City believes will add

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extra bite to their midfield and beef up their bid to avoid

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relegation. He has attributes which can enhance any club. He is a good

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footballer as well. He is certainly a player that can bring good

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qualities to any side. Signing a new player in the January transfer

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window can be a massive gamble. This month, Premier League clubs have

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spent ?100 million foot at a very different story in the championship

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for Birmingham City. When Southampton release Aaron Martin,

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they snapped him up. There is no money to spend on wages. At West

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Bromwich, what did Pepe Mel make of it? Maybe two, three new players

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here. Midlands clubs have not exactly been splashing the cash. The

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main moves have been away from him. Wolves are a classic example of

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that. Lee Griffiths, one of three strikers who left today. Beyond

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cygnets and has gone on loan to a Norwegian club.

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Three strikers out the door. What about the ones that got away? There

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are bound to be dozens of those. Wes Houlihan, midfielder with Norwich

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City. They were reluctant to sell because Paul Lambert did not want to

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sell to him. We thought West Bromwich Albion might come into that

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that has come to nothing as well. The transfer window stays open until

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11pm. All those that do go through will be listed on the BBC Sport

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website. And let's not forget it's a big weekend for Rugby with the start

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of the Six Nations. And what a prospect for Gloucester's Jonny May.

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The biggest game of his life, without a doubt. He needs to play

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for England against France in Paris. He is 23 and a winger. He says he

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just cannot wait. It is probably the biggest thing for a World Cup in

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terms of rivalry between the home nations and the way the nation gets

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behind each of its team. It will be amazing with France being such a

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passionate Nason. `` nation. I have heard the stadium is amazing. I

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think he is right. Let's get back to the Chinese quarter. Hopefully we

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have re`established the line. I am joined by Jeffrey from the Chinese

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Festival community in Birmingham. We were talking about the magnificent

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arch, what will it look like? It will go across the road. We are

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starting to fund raise tonight. It is a vibrant area. Hopefully

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businesses will get behind it and also the Birmingham public to buy a

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brick and we will get an arch built in Birmingham. Wonderful! We deserve

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one. What plans to rehab for Sunday? It is a free event. The street is

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shut and a fairground. Come down and enjoy yourself. All that remains to

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be said is to wish you a happy New Year from the Chinese quarter. Just

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as Heidi Browne was on the verge of giving up on her dream of being a

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singer, after ten years of trying and accepting a job in engineering,

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her path's taken an unexpected twist. She beat more than 8,000

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people to take the Open Mic UK title. Ben Sidwell's been to meet

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the Shropshire singer`song writer. A warning his report contains flashing

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images. The winner is... Heidi. You can see on the video, I am walking

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out in astonishment. Then there is all confetti. My friends were

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telling me about what happened. I was like, did it? Did it? Ten days

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have completely changed her life. Don't touch my hair... I was meant

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to be starting a new job, a sensible career path. I had to bring up and

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say, sorry, I cannot do it. I need to devote my time now to music.

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Heidi joins the list of winners of Open Mic UK, the most successful

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being Birdy, who's gone on to have chart success, including a top ten

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album. I sat next to Jake Bugg and he got picked and I was not. Each

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time I was the one that was not pushed through. I was starting to

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lose heart. This reignited my belief. White rabbit she comes from

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a musical background. Her dad is a successful session musician. She has

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done everything herself. She is very driven. She has written loads of

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songs and has worked really hard. As the winner when she gets ?5,000

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towards the development of her career and is set to record her

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first single. She's also hoping to tour Europe later this year.

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I am sure I am not the only one getting very wet and windswept

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today. Rebecca's here with the weather. A warning, she's got a lot

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of warnings! Plenty of hazards to come over the

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next 48 hours. The first one is ice. Then we move on to strong winds and

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some showers by Saturday. Through Sunday, we start to get a brief

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respite as things calm down but only for one day. Then we have got

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attention turning to flooding. Three severe flood warnings in place

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across the Midlands. 21 flood warnings and more than 30 flood

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alerts. This rain is coinciding with high spring tides to mark and a

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storm surge. If you are concerned, that is the number... The rain is

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slowly moving away. Behind that the air is colder. Some could turn a bit

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wintry, particularly over high ground. Then the risk of some frost.

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The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning for ice. As we wake

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up tomorrow morning, it'll be treacherous and assert. It has all

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changed. The yellow weather warning will be. Winds in Hereford and

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Shropshire. There will be gusts of up to 60 miles an hour. This will

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clear away and they will rattle through the region. Most of the

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showers will be scrawny through the day. The possibility of some hail.

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Rather unpleasant with the strong winds and rain. Temperatures

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hovering between six and eight Celsius. By Sunday, things do come

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down briefly. We will start to see perhaps a little bit of sunshine

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through Sunday afternoon. It would still be a breezy day. Temperatures

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again hovering around seven, eight Celsius. It does not last. By

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Monday, we have this next band of rain moving in. There is another

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yellow weather warning on that as well and it stays and settled into

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the new working week. Tonight's headlines from the BBC... Meredith

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Kercher's murder. As guilty verdicts are reinstated for Amanda Knox and

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her former boyfriend, she says she will never willingly return to

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Italy. Sandbags at the ready. Police to introduce a knife

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surrender to get weapons off the city streets, as the family of a

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teenager stabbed to death calls for tougher sentences. That was the

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Midlands Today. I'll be back at 10pm with the latest ins and outs as the

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transfer deadline draws to a close. Have a great evening. Goodbye.

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