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firepower in military exercises. That is all from the BBC

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Hello and welcome to Midlands Today. The headlines tonight: Anger from

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Stafford Hospital campaigners as it is revealed crucial patient numbers

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were left out of a report. If the hospital was not there I would have

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lost at least two of my children. I cannot think what it would be like

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without it. We will examine what hope there is for maternity services

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in Stafford. Also tonight: Jailed for two years

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for stalking his ex`girlfriend, who later jumped to her death from a

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motorway bridge. He is evil. He is a bully and a coward and had put my

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daughter through hell. As donations head towards ?2.5

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million, teenage fundraiser Stephen Sutton ticks off another one on his

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bucket list ` making a video of his life. The aim of Stephen's story is

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to spread as much positivity as possible. To show people what it is

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like to have something goes wrong in your life but not be defined by it.

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A cricket tour with a difference. The remarkable story of the

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Worcestershire Gents invited to Berlin in 1937.

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And today has certainly been a bit of a wash`out, but will the weekend

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follow suit? Well, there are plenty of April showers on the horizon, but

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we will get the odd spell of sunshine too. When and where? I'll

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tell you later. Good evening. The number of people

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using Stafford Hospital was one of the reasons given for its recent

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downgrading. But today it has emerged that details of how many

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children were treated there was removed from an official report. The

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administrators, who now manage the hospital, say it was an innocent

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mistake. But Stafford's MP says it calls into question the decision to

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cut services. Our health correspondent, Michele Paduano,

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reports. Baby Gracie went into the hospital

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in Stafford with a chest infection. Her sister had liver failure.

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Summer, aged four, suffered concussion last May. And her sister,

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aged six, had her tonsils removed. There are ten children in the family

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and they are worried about the loss of the Children's Ward. The hospital

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is like a lifeline to my children. It is a lifeline to us. If the

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hospital was not there, I would have lost at least two of my children. I

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do not want to think what life would be like without it. But did their

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hospital stays appear on Stafford Hospital's statistics? A report

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compiling those numbers was written by senior staff earlier this year.

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When it was sent out to other hospitals, with their names on, the

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figures had been removed. The Trust's administrators say it is an

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innocent mistake made by a junior member of staff and they have now

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apologised to the authors of the report. They say that it makes no

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material difference to the process and the numbers have now been

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agreed. But they will not say who signed off the report and they will

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not tell us what those numbers are. I understand that this document has

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the correct figures, which shows 3000 more episodes of care. Stafford

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Hospital campaigners are looking to see if there are any grounds for a

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legal challenge. I would like to think that, by now, Jeremy Hunt

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knows the true figures and if that is the case he should be looking at

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doing a review on paediatrics. A year ago, 50,000 people marched to

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save children's and maternity services. Maternity may have a

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reprieve, but now the MP says they should look again at children's

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services. What I am more concerned about is what are the consequences

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of these revised figures. Clearly, we have to see that the proposals of

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the Trust's special administrator are now measured against those

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revised figures. For this family, losing the children's ward is seen

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as a disaster. And Michele joins me now. The future

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of children's services at Stafford remains a big issue in the town.

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What hope is there for maternity services?

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There should be some hope. Back in February, when they announced the

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hospital would be taken over, and decision was taken by the Prime

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Minister to organise a review of the maternity services. What is being

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proposed is good steps to make sure that A continues at Stafford

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Hospital. Hard work to make sure we can continue with consultant led

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maternity services, the people can continue to have babies in

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Staffordshire. I understand that there was a debate at the highest

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level of government about whether that should take place. The night

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before, it had not been the sided. The review is being done by NHS

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England, but is not likely to take place until next year after the

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election. I understand they are looking at downgrading the services

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before then. The Prime Minister's personal assistant has said that is

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not acceptable. You are watching Midlands Today,

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good to have you with us. Coming up later in the programme: 90 minutes

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from a European final ` Blues Ladies prepare for a Swedish semifinal

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showdown. The remarkable story of Stephen

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Sutton continues to inspire. His drive for the Teenage Cancer Trust

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shows no sign of slowing down, as his appeal heads towards ?2.5

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million pounds. And today the cancer patient from Staffordshire was told

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a comedy show in his honour will be held in Birmingham on Sunday ` and

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it is already a sell`out. Bob Hockenhull is at the venue for us

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tonight. Bob, the amount Stephen has raised is a significant figure for

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the charity isn't it? It is. The Teenage Cancer Trust

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normally raises much less than this in a year. He has raised one fifth

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of their total fundraising. That is still rising. This afternoon, a

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video of his life was released. It has many contributors, including

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Stephen's mother. When Stephen started his bucket list, we never

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expected it to go where it has gone. It has inspired and motivated so

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many people. Stephen telling his story has made people appreciate

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just what they have got. We are in the bar where the comedy gig will

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take place on Sunday night. I am with Richard Taylor, who works here.

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What was your reaction when Stephen as to put on the gig? I was

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honoured. All he was bothered about is can we do it inside the Mac days.

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We are doing our best to make it successful. We are hoping to make

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about ?10,000. We are going to have an after party and you can join it

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if you do not have a ticket. Any money made on the door will go to

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the charity. There are many celebrities taking the campaign to

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heart. Some big comedy names here? There will be, but I cannot tell you

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yet. It may also be streamed on the Internet? It may. But that is not

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yet confirmed. Thank you very much. A man who stalked his former

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girlfriend in the days leading up to her death has been jailed for two

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years. Ryan Dey was arrested a month after Kamaljit Sidhu jumped to her

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death from a bridge over the M6 motorway. The judge said he had

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subjected her and her family to "a sustained campaign of harassment."

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Giles Latcham has more. Kamaljit Sidhu, or Kam, was kind,

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smiling, and funny say her family. She was the manager of a bar in

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Birmingham and began a relationship with a doorman there, Ryan Dey. His

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controlling and abusive behaviour led her to break up with him but he

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continued to stalk and harass her right up to the night of her death.

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We really miss her. Her death has left a big hall in our lives. Does

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he realise the damage that he has inflicted? Early one morning last

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October, traffic on the M6 was brought to a standstill. There was a

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police incident. It was a young woman jumping from her death onto

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the motorway below will stop Kam had reached the end of her tether. He

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had hacked her Facebook and stolen her Ford. He would turn up outside

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her home at the end. For months, he harassed and stalked her `

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obsessively jealous when she went out to see friends. "You do nothing

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but show me hate", she messaged him. And later, "you terrify me". Dey

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pleaded guilty to stalking and was sentenced to two years. Not enough

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say her family. We want the world to know that this can never be allowed

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to happen again. I do not want anyone else to go through what we

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have. Our lives have stopped. Kam never reported the harassment to the

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police. We have made stalking a criminal offence, but we are still

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finding that victims are coming to us saying that they have reported it

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to the police but it has not been taken seriously. In light of her

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death, Kam wrote, trust me, I will get through this. Her final message

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to her family, I love you all what I got weak.

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On May the 22nd, voters will go to the polls in both European and local

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elections. And today the Conservative Party have launched

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their West Midlands European Parliamentary Elections campaign in

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Birmingham. The seven Tory candidates describe next month's

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vote as the most important European elections for a generation and claim

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they are the only party that can deliver real change in Europe. We

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want to see real change in Europe and we want to make sure that we

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secure a better deal for Britain. We want to put that deal to the British

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people in a referendum. Right now, we need to see Conservative members

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of the European Parliament working with our colleagues at Westminster

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to negotiate that better deal. Meanwhile the UKIP leader, Nigel

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Farage, took a rain`soaked tour of Dudley town centre this afternoon,

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chatting to market stall holders. He is due to speak at a public meeting

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in the town hall tonight. The politician is the privately`educated

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son of a stockbroker. We asked him how much he felt he had in common

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with many working class people in the Black Country. I have a bit more

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in common with them than Clegg, Cameron and Miliband, because I have

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actually had a job. I have been through some tough times in life and

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some good times in life. I've had times I have been losing money in

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business. I have lived in the real world, I worked for 20 years, I ran

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my own company for nine years. It is the story sparked by a simple

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letter which claimed that hard`line Muslims were trying to take over

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schools in Birmingham. We still do not know if that letter is a hoax,

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but the focus on schools in the city is widening. There are now at least

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four investigations into 25 schools ` being carried out by Ofsted,

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Birmingham City Council, the Department for Education, and the

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Education Funding Agency. The Education Secretary, Michael Gove,

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says he is extremely concerned and has drafted in a former

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counter`terrorism chief, Peter Clarke, to investigate. There are

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now fresh claims about inappropriate teaching. The BBC was contacted by

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the British Humanist Society staff at Park View Academy, who also told

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the BBC that creationism is being taught in science lessons. Cath

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Mackie has more. Sitting in the shadows, not wanting

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to be identified. This is the first time staff from Park View Academy in

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Birmingham have spoken publicly. Their complaints are of extremism

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and discrimination in the classroom. In a sex education lesson, it works

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she was given out saying that a woman had to obey her husband will

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stop questions were asked. So a woman cannot say no? Creationism was

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being taught in a science class by a science teacher to students studying

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for their GCSEs. Park View Academy is not the only school under

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scrutiny. 25 schools in the city are being investigated over claims they

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have been taken over by Muslim hardliners. Park View is strongly

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refuting the latest allegations. Creationism, they say, is not school

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policy and the issue of sexual consent came from a misunderstanding

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of historical reference to do with cultural expectations of sex within

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marriage. They have since held a special assembly, they say, to make

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clear sex without informed consent is rape. The situation is now so

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sensitive the chief inspector of schools in England, Sir Michael

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Wilshaw, is taking personal charge of Ofsted's investigation in

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Birmingham, while the City Council is under pressure to publish the

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results of its own investigations. One woman, whose daughter is due to

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start at Park View in September, says she is confident it is a good

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school. The first thing that has attracted me is the education and

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the results, because you want to send your child to a school where

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you know they will achieve their potential. It is thought the reports

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into the allegations will be made public next month. Cath Mackie, BBC

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Midlands Today, Birmingham. This is our top story tonight: Anger

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from Stafford Hospital campaigners as it is revealed crucial patient

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numbers were left out of a report. Your detailed weekend weather

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forecast to come shortly from Rebecca.

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Also in tonight's programme: How taking up an invitation to tour

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Germany led to some tricky moments for Worcestershire cricketers in

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Nazi Germany. Custard pies and the dying fly. We

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meet the man behind the Saturday morning ritual for many children of

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the 1970s ` Tiswas. Time for sport with Ian Winter and a

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big weekend for Birmingham City ` men and women.

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Thirty`two years ago this month, Aston Villa flew back from Belgium

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having earned their place in the European Cup final. This weekend,

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Birmingham City Ladies are hoping to do the same, in Sweden. They are

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just one game away from reaching the final of the UEFA Women's Champions

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League. And if the Blues succeed, it will be a remarkable achievement,

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against all the odds. Nick Clitheroe reports.

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Karen Carney and Kerys Harrop are loving their football at the moment

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and who can blame them. They have been coaching young players at

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Shrewsbury Town ahead of England's World Cup qualifier there next

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month. But there was no hiding their excitement about Birmingham City's

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European adventure. This is a big achievement. It is the biggest indie

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club's history. To go that one step further, into the final, would be

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amazing. Also amazing for people in the past who have helped to build

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the club. Tyreso are one of a number of European clubs who have thrown

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big money at the women's game ` signing major stars like the

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Brazilian Marta, although they have since run into financial trouble.

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Victory for Birmingham City would justify their alternative philosophy

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of developing their own young talent. We have got nothing to lose.

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Everyone thinks they will go through and we are the underdogs, but we

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have done so well as a club to get where we are. We are under no

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pressure. You do not get many opportunities to play in these

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competitions. To be in this position is very rare, and you have to enjoy.

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The Swedish side had the better of the goalless first leg, but

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Birmingham grew in confidence and will fly to Sweden tomorrow with

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plenty of belief. The other big plus was a sell`out crowd at Solihull.

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Even if they go out of the Champions League on Sunday, Blues have already

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succeeded in raising the profile of the women's game. Nick Clitheroe BBC

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Midlands Today. And there will be full match commentary from Sweden on

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BBC WM 95.6 on Sunday afternoon from 1PM.

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Good luck to Birmingham City Ladies on Sunday. But as for their male

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counterparts, what a contrast! Is there any end in sight to the Blues

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dismal home form? In a word, no! Cast your mind back

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to the 1st of October ` the Blues beat Millwall 4`0 at St Andrew's.

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Who would have thought that now, almost seven months later, they are

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still waiting for their next home win. That is 16 home games ` nine

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defeats and seven draws. Just seven points from a possible 48.

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Relegation form. Look at the bottom of the Championship. Birmingham just

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outside the bottom three, on goal difference. They have got three

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games left: At home to Leeds tomorrow, at home to Wigan on

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Tuesday, and then finally away to Bolton.

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And the nerves are jangling for Villa and Albion near the foot of

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the Premier League as well? Yes, they have both got four games

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left to play. West Brom are hoping to avoid a hat`trick of 3`3 draws at

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the Hawthorns. Tomorrow, they are at home to West Ham, with whom they

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drew 3`3 when they met in December! If we lose the game, we will have to

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go to the store game will stop we played under pressure in games

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against Cardiff and Norwich and spires `` Spurs. We have done well

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in those games and I believe we are ready. Albion should be safe if they

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beat West Ham, likewise Villa if they get a point away to Swansea.

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But if they don't, it could go to the wire Elsewhere, Shrewsbury could

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be relegated from League One tomorrow, even if they beat

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Peterborough. And Hereford United must win their

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last match to stand any chance of survival in the Conference.

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It is a difficult time in the season.

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In August 1937, an unlikely group of Englishman arrived in Berlin, for an

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even more unlikely sporting tour. The Gentlemen of Worcestershire

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Cricket Club had been invited by members of the Nazi hierarchy, who

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had developed an interest in the quintessentially English game, to

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compete in three games against the best players in Germany. Well now a

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new book, The Fields of Shadows, tells the story of this long

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forgotten cricket tour. Dan Pallett reports.

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It is a timeless English scene. Cricket, especially at Worcester, is

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a relaxed and convivial sport. But history shows it spread to some

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surprising places. Germany in Nothing like a spot of cricket,

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then, to diffuse the tension. There was an element of still trying to

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make friends with Hitler. There was an element in British society that

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what he was a man you could do a deal with, maybe he was not so bad.

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They hoped to have a civilised Nathalie government in power. Author

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Dan Waddell has researched the tour for five years. It began after he

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chanced upon a reference to cricket in Germany in an essay by George

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Orwell. His work, alongside the Worcestershire archivist Tim Jones,

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uncovered these Worcestershire Gents who took`up an invitation from the

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German minister for sport to tour Berlin. Eager to promote their sport

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and build bridges with their hosts, they even made a Nazi salute before

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the first match. I am sure that they were quite ashamed when Hitler

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turned out the way that he did. I think they were being polite.

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here in the middle of the photograph. I don't remember any

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German animosity, but I do not know why he went on the tour. I suspect

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he thought it would be interesting. We are expecting a few showers from

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the south`west will stop. In the mid 1970's, Peter was one of

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the most famous faces on TV screens in the Midlands, as the creator and

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host of Tiswas. It was a success because it broke all the rules. I

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got the first custard pie and the first bucket of water. It was a

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tremendous reckless `` a tremendous recipe for kids. Peter's fame saw

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Redditch come calling, to front a major promotional video for the

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town. So if we are here, I think I can remember it the way. Since we

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showed the old film on Midlands Today last week, Peter's celebrity

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status has returned once again. I began to get e`mails from people. I

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got some calls saying I remembered you will stop Over the last 40

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years, Peter has run radio stations, been the High Sheriff of the West

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Midlands, and is now dabbling in politics. I get elected as district

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councillor. I walk in, not knowing what to expect, and immediately

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someone said that is councillor Tiswas. So seeing as we have the

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creator of Tiswas, there's one thing I'm desperate to know....who was the

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flan flinger? Do not go there. Some very heavy rain around today `

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tricky on the roads. Is it looking any drier for the weekend, Rebecca?

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April is well known for its showers and today we certainly had a display

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of those. Some heavy downpours, with 15`20m of rain across the South

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Midlands, and plenty of surface water around. And we have more heavy

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rain on the way through the weekend. But it won't be a total wash`out `

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there will be some brightness, particularly tomorrow. But winds

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will start to pick up, and we could get some blustery conditions over

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the next few days. For a time tonight things will dry out, but

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that is sandwiched between two fronts ` the first from today

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clearing away, before a second swings in around this deep area of

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low pressure which is bringing us this unsettled weather this weekend.

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So we still have some showers to contend with this evening and

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tonight, at times some will be heavy. Then we have this brief spell

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of dryness, even though we have clear skies for a time, as that

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second band of rain works its way. A spell of steady rain for most of us

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and temperatures won't fall away too far under the cloud and rain. So a

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wet and cloudy start to Saturday with that rain band sitting over us

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` but it will brighten up as that clears away to the north. Some

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pleasant sunny spells to come, not a bad morning really. Through the

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afternoon, showers will pep up a little ` again we could get some

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heavy bursts in there, and we can't rule out a rumble of thunder. Where

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we get the sunshine, temperatures not doing too badly ` up to 15

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Celsius. Winds are picking up a little bit though. A blustery

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afternoon. Those showers continue through Saturday evening, again some

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could be sharp. But they won't really clear away as that low sweeps

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across us. Temperatures again around eight or nine Celsius with the cloud

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cover. The low continues to clear away through Sunday and around that

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we will get some showers. The north Midlands perhaps doing a little

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better ` managing to see some brightness. But not a bad day `

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again sunshine and showers for most of us. With lighter winds and milder

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air, temps into the mid`teens. Goodbye.

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at the European elections on May the 22nd.

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even though that would wreck the recovery and destroy jobs.

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The Conservatives are now openly flirting with exit.

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they just don't have the courage of their convictions on this.

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They wouldn't lift a finger to help keep Britain in the EU.

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So, I'm asking you to vote for the Liberal Democrats, the party of in.

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In for the sake of British prosperity and jobs.

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I'm in because we set the global standards

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