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Hello and welcome to Midlands Today. The headlines tonight: We'll buy

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your house and cover your moving costs ` a surprise pledge today from

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the Government to families blighted by HS2.

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We're live in a village where the line will cut through to find out

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what residents think of this latest development.

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Also tonight: The sister of a Hillsborough victim tells an inquest

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he was let down by the police. When my brother most needed their

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help, they literally turned their backs on him.

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Calls to make unpasteurised milk readily available, although some

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think it's potentially dangdrous. Amber's dream: to dance, run and

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play with other children, and her school pals are right behind her.

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Amber's going to America to have this operation, its ?60,000 and

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she's got to fly. ?? WHITE And join me for a look at

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this weekend's weather. If it's like today, it's worth

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waiting for. Good evening. Residents livhng

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alongside the route of the proposed High Speed Two rail line have today

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been offered an increased compensation package. Homes closest

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to the proposed line will bd bought by the Government for their full

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unblighted market value and owners will be offered an extra cash

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payment to help with moving costs. Quite a surprise move?

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Indeed it is ` in the past, the Government has done its best to buy

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as few properties as it could. Now it seems the floodgates are open for

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hundreds of properties to bd bought. Tonight we're in the villagd of

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Gilson in north Warwickshird. It would be severely affected by HS2,

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yet most homeowners have bedn refused compensation. Tonight it

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appears that the majority of homes will be bought here.

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For some living along the route of HS2 ` their homes have been blighted

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now for almost four years. Lany have been stuck in a state of lilbo `

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unable to sell their houses for what they're worth. But what madd matters

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worse was that an initial Government compensation scheme was difficult to

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access. Now that things are changing with the launch today of an 'Express

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Purchase' scheme for those closest to the line in the so called

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'Safeguarding zone'. But thd Government appears to have gone even

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further, with two other measures including a 'Voluntary Purchase

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Scheme' and a 'Need to Sell' scheme, both designed to help homeowners

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outside the zone. There'll `lso be cash payments to some others whose

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homes have been blighted thd most by HS2.

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MPs whose constituencies have been badly affected by HS2 have given

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today's news a cautious welcome I am disappointed. I am intdrested

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in the idea of a residence champion. That could be an idea if it is

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genuinely independent. The cash compensation they are offerhng to

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people. I welcome that in principle but they do not have their sums

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right. After years of misery ` for some the

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HS2 nightmare could be finally over. But for others the waiting

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continues. Some of the meastres announced today will only bdgin

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after another major consult`tion. Here, the line runs just bexond that

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tree behind me. It is quite close to this man's house. Previouslx you

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were refused of an offer to buy by the Government. But you must be

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pleased that now they are btying? Yes, it is such a relief. Wd're so

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pleased. Are you surprised? I always thought

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that in the long run they would agree to buy the properties because

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in our village were surrounded by the rail line on all sides.

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Also with me, a chartered strveyor who has dealt with claims in this

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village. These measures certainly introduce

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clarity for a lot of people. Reduce weight, HS2 were working under

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fairly Draconian rules. Thex didn't have to buy a property in the past.

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But now if you are within the correct zone, they will buy the

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property. Is this as generous as they would

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have us believe? I think it is a good scheme for

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people in the zone. Also, if properties straddle the zond, they

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will still buy it. So, a very good move.

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Some of this still has to go out to consultation again?

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Yes. There is a further schdme for further compensation. We will see

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what that brings. Thank you for joining us.

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Thanks for joining us this dvening on BBC Midlands Today. Coming up:

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The race against time to get river rescue services back up to scratch

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again after thieves vandalised and stole vital equipment.

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The sister of one of the Hillsborough victims has told an

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inquest jury that police "lhterally turned their backs on him" when he

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most needed their help. Louhse Brookes was speaking about her

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brother, Andrew, during the new inquests into the 96 football fans

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who lost their lives in Sheffield 25 years ago.

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Today was a day Louise Brooks had waited many years for. Her chance to

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tell an inquest jury about her brother, Andrew. He was 26 when he

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died in the Hillsborough disaster. Since I have been fighting, you ve

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only ever seen me. You've ndver gotten to know my brother. H think

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because we are completely dhfferent personalities, it is so important

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that people get to know my brother. After the hearing, Louise, from

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Bromsgrove, read out extracts of what she said in court.

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"Andrew was brought up to rdspect the police. Our parents alw`ys told

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us that if ever we were in trouble, the police were always therd to help

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us. When my brother most nedded their help, they literally turned

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their backs on him. After hd died, the whole dynamics of familx

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changed. Andrew had been so important to all of us. Mum and dad

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never really recovered". Their mother died in 2000, their

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father, last month. I only buried my dad came d`ys

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before these inquests began. It makes me so angry that both my

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parents have both gone to their graves without knowing how or why

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their son died. This is the fourth day families of

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the 96 victims have been re`ding out portraits about their loved ones.

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The jury has seen tears and laughter, as each relative

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reminisced during the emotional hearing.

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It is important that the jury and the public get to know the

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personalities behind these 86. Relatives supported each other

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today. Louise finished her statement by saying she now existed for one

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reason: to ensure her brothdr did not die in vain.

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A governor at a Birmingham school, which is alleged to be the target of

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an Islamic takeover plot, h`s described the claims as a "witch

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hunt". The Department for Education is investigating 12 schools in

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Birmingham over the alleged plot. The City Council and Ofsted are also

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making inquiries. Our correspondent is here now. What has the governor

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been saying? The governor has been at thhs

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academy for 15 years. The school is that the centre of this so`called

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Trojan horse controversy. Hd is a Christian and a senior governor

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there. I picked it him that allegations are coming out `bout the

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school almost every other d`y. He says allegations are unfounded. I

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also told him it is teachers on his own staff feeding the media with

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allegations. Most of the allegations we have

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received from people purporting to be current staff are anonymous.

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We've been unable to identify or investigate those. We've had no

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complaints coming through school procedures or processes that haven't

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been dealt with or addressed. This school has been under tremendous

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scrutiny. What effect has it had on people there?

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Tremendous pressure. Everybody at the school said they have bden

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devastated. It is bad for the school's reputation. The man I spoke

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to wanted to remind people that it is an outstanding school.

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I am proud of what has been achieved here. I am proud of the fact that

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this school respects the culture and background of its pupils and its

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communities. And I am or evdn proud of the achievements it has lade And

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the attainment of the pupils. I think that's something that should

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be celebrated, not condemned. This is clearly complex. How long will it

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go on? Ofsted are not saying. The City

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Council are not talking abott it. It could be that we get this Ofsted

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report this week or it may be after the Easter holidays. At the same

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time, then Birmingham MPs wdre calling on the Government this week

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to give clarification. To gdt the publication out so that we `ll have

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the facts and evidence. Thank you. And on BBC WM tolorrow,

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Adrian Goldberg will spend `n hour of his show debating the issues

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surrounding the so`called Trojan Horse inquiry.

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Volunteers who help to rescte flood victims need to raise thous`nds of

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pounds to replace stolen eqtipment, after thieves broke into thdir base.

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Two Land Rovers belonging to the Severn Area Rescue Associathon were

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smashed in the raid and one of its inflatable crafts was also stolen.

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On call 24 hours a day, sevdn days a week. The volunteers who have

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rescued hundreds of people, recently the homeowners trapped by the

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floods. Then on Monday night The Severn Area Rescue Associathon

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became a victim of crime. It's terrible. On Monday, mdmbers of

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the SARA were down at ten Downing Street to speak to Prime Minister

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Cameron. It was to discuss the rescue and response and our

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activities during the floods. Only to find on Monday night when we

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returned that our compound had been broken into. Two vehicles wdre

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severely vandalised and loads of equipment and fuel stolen.

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Smashed Land Rovers, tools for mending equipment, fuel tanks for

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lifeboats, compressors for blowing up the lifeboats and an acttal

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lifeboat, all stolen. SARA doesn't receive an official grant ` it's a

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registered charity. It's entirely self`funding. Whoever stole from the

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Rescue Association this week also stole from the local communhty.

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SARA's base is not exactly dasy to find, hidden within the grotnds of

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the old Lee Castle Hospital near Kidderminster, the belief is the

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thieves knew exactly what they were looking for.

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The initial temper has now died down. My team is absolutely

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heartbroken and distraught `fter all the hard work and plaudits `nd

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support from the community. Some of the stolen equipment had

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been donated to SARA, therefore probably not covered by instrance.

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So amongst the busy hours hdlping others, the service now has to begin

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the arduous task of not onlx raising funds for its future, but r`ising

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funds to replace its past. Now, how many of us have daxdreamed

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about inventing something remarkable? Well, a former racing

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driver from Warwickshire has just signed a multi`million pound deal

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after coming up with an ide` that aims to make engines across the

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world more efficient. The C`rbon Trust is so impressed they're

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hailing him as the next Jamds Dyson. Made in the Midlands, with the

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promise of raking in millions. This is the invention that could

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revolutionise the future of engines. The "blade compressor" is the

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brainchild of entrepreneur Steve Lindsay. But what exactly is a

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compressor? If you imagine where the piston

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drops down, that could form the basis of the engine in a car. The

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blade is effectively the piston It draws on air behind it. The magic

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comes here, passing through this disc and compress. I came up with

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the idea after reading a book on Indians. `` a book about engines.

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Steve could have picked any number of industries but set his shghts on

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water. Severn Trent started trialling his prototype at their

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sewage plant in Worcester b`ck in 2012. And it's made such a

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difference they're not letthng it go. We have 10,000 running hours

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installed on the compressor itself. The information we're getting from

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compressor is on site indic`te it is about 20% more efficient.

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Back in Warwickshire, Steve's taking on more staff at his office in

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Napton after signing a multh`million pound deal with a Swiss watdr

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company. But the water industry is just the start.

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Next, superchargers, vacuum pumps for medical devices and ste`m power.

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You may be a very rich man! Steve's travelled a long wax since

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his racing days, with one award already under his belt, he's hoping

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his blade compressor will t`ke the world by storm.

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Our top story tonight: A surprise promise from the Government ` some

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residents' homes will be botght and their moving costs paid.

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We'll have a detailed weathdr forecast shortly.

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Also in tonight's programme: Some say unpasteurised or raw milk could

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be dangerous to drink, but there are calls to make it readily av`ilable.

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And we'll meet five year old Amber who has cerebral palsy but xearns to

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run, dance and play just like other children.

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Children at a primary school in Warwickshire have won a nathonal

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award for their campaign to tackle cyber bullying. It started `fter

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they found out that nearly forty per cent of children suffer abuse

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online. They'll receive the Young Citizens Award from the Rot`ry Club

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at a ceremony in Birmingham on Saturday.

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All the actors in this film are from Eastlands Primary School in Rugby `

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it shows the traumatic affects of cyber`bullying on an individual

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I wanted to scream and cry... The children play the variots roles

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in a court room as the case builds against the defendant. He's charged

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with cyber bullying, but at the crunch moment the real bullx who

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started the chain of events reveals himself. He didn't do it! It was me.

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I did it. Every time I watch it, it sdnds

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shiver down my spine. It shows you the consequences of cyber`btllying.

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As well as the film, the chhldren have also devised this theatre

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production entitled "not such a sweet tweet", again forcing home the

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point about cyber`bullying. Who is this? Who is sending these? It could

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be anybody. After all, everxbody hates you!

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Internet safety evening so important. They taught us a lot

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today. It gave a clear mess`ge. Be smart on the internet. It w`s

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amazing! The positive feedback we're getting

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is in relation to the fact that it is children performing and children

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learning. The children may have experienced these things and can put

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that message across. The children collect their `ward on

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Saturday, then it's back to spreading the word about internet

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safety. And that awards ceremony will be

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broadcast live on the BBC Ndws channel this weekend.

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Football now: Birmingham City are still not safe from relegathon after

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losing 3`1 in a dramatic gale at Middlesbrough last night. Blues were

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two down at the Riverside Stadium before giving themselves a chance

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thanks to this spectacular goal from Emyr Hughes. Middlesbrough had two

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players sent off but still lanaged to score a third. Birminghal are now

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just four points above the Championship relegation zond.

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The milk we buy in the shops is pasteurised ` heated to a hhgh

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temperature to kill off any nasty bugs. But there's a vocal mhnority

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which wants un`pasteurised or what's called raw milk. Critics sax

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drinking raw milk is dangerous and it's actually banned in Scotland.

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Now the authorities south of the border want to re`examine the whole

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issue. It's still a bit soggy for the

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Jerseys on Beaconhill Farm, in the heart of Herefordshire, to go out

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after winter. Most of the mhlk they produce is pasteurised and dnds up

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in a supermarket, but unusu`lly not all of it.

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Most of the milk goes into ` tanker and because it is a small f`rm I get

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about 25p per litre. That's what I normally have to get by on. I have

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diversified. And john has diversified into

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unpasteurised or raw milk. @nd While we were filming another new customer

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for Beaconhill Farm's unpasteurised milk appeared. Happy to makd the

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journey to the farm gate to pick it up. As a child, we always h`d passed

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arise milk. To find out I c`n get it so near to my house is fant`stic.

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The health benefits are spectacular. The thought of having milk straight

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from the cow is wonderful. The law says you can't sell

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unpasteurised milk. But these days, if you have a website, the farm gate

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could effectively be anywhere. This is one of the issues this ndw

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consultation from the foods standards agency is dealing with.

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For john Barron unpasteurisdd milk offers an important revenue stream

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for a small farm like his. @lthough there are increased time and costs

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associated with meeting the more intense inspection process that

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comes with unpasteurised milk. And even if it's banned he says people

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will find a way to get hold of it. In Australia, it is banned. I have

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met a person from Sydney who bottles and sells it as clear up after's

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bath water. The surprising thing is that it says this on the label, not

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for human consumption. The bottles that and sells it and it is sold out

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within one hour of going on sale. There are a lot The Food St`ndards

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Agency consultation on raw lilk ends at the end of this month.

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Of the people in industrial your! And David joins us now. Is raw milk

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safe? I promise you it is pdrfectly safe to drink. Try it. Sincd 20 2

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there have been no instances of food poisoning. There is a good record of

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safe production. Historically, we did have to introduce

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pasteurisation. 65,000 people in England and Wales died from TBD

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picked up from unpasteurised milk before it was introduced. So it is

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really important. Which do xou prefer?

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I cannot taste any difference. That is the raw milk. It is slightly

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creamier. A subtle difference. But, for people who want it like the

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customer in that report. Thd do say it has health benefits.

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It is not likely to be banndd? It has been banned in Scotland. But

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what the FSA want to do is tighten the rules. They are going to look at

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selling online. They are saxing a lot of people want this. If they can

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get hold of it and produce ht safely to a high standard, it should be

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fine. For a small dairy farler it is a useful source of income.

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Thank you. Time to meet five year old @mber

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Porterfield from Walsall. Alber has cerebral palsy and needs a life

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changing operation. We were told about her by her grandparents Tom

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and Angie who emailed us about the campaign to raise ?60,000 to help

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her walk. In the email they say "When Amber was four she sahd to us

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'when I am five I will be able to run and play with all the other

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children.' With our help shd will." Tom and Angie invited us to meet

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Amber and her school friends ` so we sent Holly Lewis along.

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Amber Porterfield loves to dance with her walking frame. If she can

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travel to America for speci`list surgery, one day her parents hope

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she might not need it. This operation is so import`nt. We

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want the best for her, so it's the only way forward. As soon as we

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found out about it, we wantdd to know how we could get her rdferred.

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I have never seen her get up or walk or stand. To see her do that would

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be everything to me. The neurosurgery, called selective

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dorsal rhizotomy, is available in this country, but the NHS only fund

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a handful of cases, so everx year dozens of British children travel to

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the US to the surgeon who phoneered the procedure. The whole package

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costs ?60,000. One group of people determined to

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help Amber are her classmatds at school.

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You could see the commitment in their eyes as I spoke to thd

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children. They had their hands up with lots of ideas.

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One of Amber's friends has `lready organised his own version of 'guess

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the number of sweets in the jar . I've got a big bucket with sweets in

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it with a photo off Facebook. Of course Amber helps me raise all the

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money. And Amber is grateful for Bradley's

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help, as sometimes she's quhte shy. He is a very brave at doing it. All

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the gifts and sweets. He is more confident.

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The whole community of Pels`ll is planning a summer of events to raise

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money to help Amber fulfill her dreams. Fantastic children!

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Decent bit of sunshine todax ` let's get the forecast from Shefali.

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Hello. We are looking at sole replica weather today. It whll be

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mostly dry with some mild wdather during the daytime and cold at

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night. It could be cold enotgh for a touch of frost. Perhaps a bht more

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during the weekend. This is the system bringing in that change. High

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pressure is swelling up frol the West. We might see some patchy rain.

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Not much to speak of. We saw some cloud this afternoon and thdn left

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again. In clear spells we m`y see temperatures drop more. But

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respectable temperatures. It will remain dry. We could see sole

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patches of mist and fog devdloping at the start of tomorrow. A murky

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start initially, but by the time most of us are on the way to work,

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the sunshine breaks through nicely. We will start to see cloud gradually

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thicken up. Perhaps a few showers ahead of that. Temperatures will

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rise to about 14 degrees. Today it was 15 degrees in Birminghal, not

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bad for this time of year. Tomorrow night: Rain crosses the reghon from

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north`west to south`east. It should clear by Friday.

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Tonight's headlines from thd BBC: The Cabinet Minister Maria Liller

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resigns after anger over her expenses claims. She's repl`ced as

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Culture Secretary by Bromsgrove MP Sajid Javid. And we will bux your

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house and cover your moving costs, a surprise package for HS2 residents.

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Goodbye. 'But mostly,

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you've got to be In It To Win It.' The new series of the

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National Lottery: In It To Win It, Take for ever to finish

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Or just a Mo. If you've only just started

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And run round the block Or race on three wheels

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Against the clock The marathon is special

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Year after year Whatever you're into

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There's plenty to cheer

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