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re-open its embassy in eye rarnings following a breakthrough in

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relations. -- Hello and welcome to Midlands Today.

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The headlines tonight: Fans confront the new owner

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of Hereford United. I have come down here, I didn't know

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anything about leases. All H did was come down here to save the club

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That is all I have done. We'll find out what the fans think

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of the crisis at Edgar Stredt. As MPs criticise the managelent

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of the nation's waterways, the push for more flood defdnces

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in Worcestershire. The water comes in, the watdr goes

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out again. The anxiety that it causes people is quite shocking

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With Birmingham's vital tunnels closing again four weeks on Friday,

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all the advice you need to get where you're going.

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And a dream country for nine`year`old Clayton as he goes out

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to Brazil to see his heroes in action. I couldn't believe ht. I was

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speechless because I could not believe I was going to Brazhl to see

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England play. And scoring hhgh on temperatures now but what pdnalty

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will we have to pay for the change in temperature? Find out later.

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Frustrated football supportdrs have confronted the new owner of

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their club seeking assurancds over its long`term financial futtre.

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Property developer Tommy Agombar was challenged by a group of

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Hereford United fans on his way to a meeting with councillors.

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He claimed debts at the Edgar Street club

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Hereford owe nearly ?150,000 to football creditors and have

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Last week they were expelled from the Football Conference ` the fifth

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tier of English football ` `fter failing to pay a ?350,000 gtarantee.

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Our sports reporter Dan Pallett is in Hereford for us this evening

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There is a lot of confusion. The reason I am here at the council

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headquarters is because the future of the club was discussed ydsterday

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and today here. I knew Tommx Agombar was not here today but I wanted to

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know what was going on at the club. I have come to find at what is going

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on at the club. I couldn't tell you. We came looking for answers but we

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didn't get any. The new owndr of Hereford United was away today and

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nobody could tell us what w`s going on. That was bizarre. No ond is in

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charge, no one can tell me `nything. I don't know what is going on at the

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club. They are using the dungeon rooms as dormitories for thd

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players, and we cannot get hnto film. So many questions, so few

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answers. This photo was frol a concerned fan, which seems to show

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that they are using the club to sleep in.

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When I came down to this cltb, the club was going to pay... Thdy will

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need ?300,000, that is it. Since I came here, it is ?1.3 million. I am

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a football man, I love football I came here, I did not know anything

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about leases, nothing. All H did was come to save the club. That is all I

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have done. Kevin McCauley w`s one of the people who confronted Tommy

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Agombar. We are now strugglhng to get into the league. There `re no

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tickets on sale. There are no facilities for people to cole and

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find out anything about football at the club. There is no press. We are

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literally in the dark about how football will survive. My fdeling is

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that we will not. He is not the only one concerned about the futtre of

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Hereford. It has been a dis`ster for the fans, the city and fans around

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the country and the world. The club has a future but it must be allowed

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to because Egypt itself as ` supporter `based community club ``

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rebuild itself. The future of Hereford Unitdd

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remains unclear and deadlinds keep looming.

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The first of those deadlines is whether the Southern league will

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decide whether they want Hereford United. You are part of this

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consortium. Who are you and what can you offer Hereford and their fans?

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We are a group of businessmdn that have got together with the

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supporters trust and what wd have done today is come to the council

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and say in the event of Herdford going into liquidation, we would

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like the council to consider our plan, that possibly we could obtain

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the leases and still play football from the four, as a supportdr led

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club and also with a sustainable plan. Why come in now? Why come in

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after it is liquidated? Why not come in while they had the debt # the

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answer to that is that the debts have become almost insurmountable

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now. The ?1.3 million debt that the current owner is talking about, I

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don't think anyone realistically could come in and wipe that out We

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needed to be responsible and stand up for the supporters and s`y if the

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club goes into liquidation, what are we going to do and today we have

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presented our plan. I am delighted that it was well received and

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pleased that the council gave us the time. Still a big challenge for you.

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If we started a new club, the backing would be there. We `re

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confident that we did achieve our status that we have just lost, which

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is the conference Premier. @ lot of questions to be asked about Hereford

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United. Talks are still going on. We have to watch it over the ndxt few

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days and weeks. A real boost from real ale ` how

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the number of small brewerids across Residents living along the banks

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of the River Severn and Rivdr Teme in Worcestershire

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are tonight being reassured that the Government is taking

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their flooding concerns serhously. A report from MPs said todax

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that the Government got its funding priorities wrong

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on river maintenance before last winter's floods and

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that funding levels for maintenance In a moment we'll hear

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from a Worcestershire MP, No sign of rain clouds

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above the village and the Rose and Crown pub

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sets up for business. But turn the clock back four months

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and it looked like this. The pub was flooded,

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the village was largely cut off The water's receded,

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the memories haven't, and many here are campaigning

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for flood defences. When it is raining heavily, you are

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constantly checking the flood levels on the River and things likd that.

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As people know when they have been flooded, it is not just the water

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comes in and the water goes out again kind of thing. The anxiety

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that it causes people is quhte shocking.

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A report by the Commons Envhronment Committee says

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"When budgets are tight," it says, "maintenance ` in particular,

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"watercourse conveyance and dredging, is the first thing to

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"be cut," and it urges, "front line services in flood management

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We believe that while there is a role for physical flood defdnces,

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they are not the most cost`effective, so there must be

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regular dredging maintenancd. For every ?1 spent, we get ?8 s`ved in

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flood damage later. There mtst a more reliance on natural flood

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defences. The main bridge

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in Worcester was shut during but the millions already spdnt

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in recent years on flood defences It's fair to say that many lessons

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have been learned here in Worcestershire since

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the devastating floods of 2007. Nothing's perfect but the agencies

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do work much more closely together. Crucially, this time around,

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it meant the city in partictlar was open for business much soondr than

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elsewhere in the country. The businesses recovered re`lly

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quickly, which is great to see. There is one business that hs still

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closed but we are impressed at how resilient the business commtnity has

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been. Worcester got back on its feet quickly.

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Many in Severn Stoke hope they'll be next in line for some protection.

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For now, they can enjoy the sunshine before the next downpour arrives.

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Earlier, I spoke to West Worcestershhre MP

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Harriet Baldwin, who has constituents living alongside both

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I began by asking for her response to the floods

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report from MPs which suggests the Government needs to do lore

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I do agree that flood defence spending is an incredibly ilportant

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part of public spending. I `m pleased that in my constitudncy we

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have had six new flood defence schemes built during the life of

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this Parliament. But it is ` start, there are still some other schemes I

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want to see done. It is also important that the maintenance for

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those excellent schemes, like the beautiful wall you will havd seen at

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Upton`upon`Severn, continues to be there so we can continue thdse

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defences in shape. So you are not being complacent about what has

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happened in Worcestershire? There are some other schemes I wotld like

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to see get done in my consthtuency. Such as what? I would like to

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see... I'm in negotiations `t with the landowners to allow stability at

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a fence around the pub and church there. We have put individu`l level

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property protection but I w`nt to which we have explored all of the

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options to protect the town as well. What would you say to the rdsidence

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of the village 's tonight? H'm on your side and I will do everything I

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can to make sure we deliver improved protections for us to share. We will

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have spent something like ?3 billion on flood defences but it nedds to

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continue to be a priority and we need to make sure that we h`ve a

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good, long`term economic pl`n for defences. And maintenance is

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crucial? It is a key part and I m pleased with the work that the

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environment agency has done in Worcestershire to maintain our

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defences and I shall continte to make sure that is in place. Thank

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you. Inspectors have been called

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in to ensure that Stafford Hospital is still safe for patients

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because of staffing problems. The Care Quality Commission have

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been asked to come in by Administrators running the

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Mid Staffordshire Trust. They're struggling to recruht nurses

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and keep the ones they alre`dy have. A senior teacher at one

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of the schools at the centrd of the so`called "Trojan Horse"

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Affair in Birmingham has accused The assistant principal of Park View

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School being cross`questiondd by MPs on the Commons Home Affairs

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at Westminster. Our Political Editor, Patrick Burns,

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has been monitoring the hearing What exactly are the MPs

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investigating? Specifically and exclusivelx the

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question of extremism. All three witnesses from Birmingham told the

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committee there was no eviddnce of it. The assistant principal

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obviously feels very aggrieved about that Ofsted inspection which led to

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his school being put under special measures. The climate in whhch they

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came into the school, with the whole Trojan horse allegations swhrling

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around in the media, I think gave those inspectors an impossible job.

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They could not have been impartial and certainly the lines of

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questioning were not imparthal. They followed very narrow agendas, their

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questioning was very selecthve. Moving on to mothers of the council,

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did they say anything about the so`called Trojan horse lettdr that

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brought this on. The chair of children services was not convinced

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it was evidence of a plot. Nevertheless, she did say that this

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was an issue that needed to be investigated because they wdre so

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much confusion. She was askdd if extremism was something that was in

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the eye of the beholder. Thdre has been some confusion between extreme

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is and religious conservatism. There are some actions taken becatse of

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people's religion and also `ctions taken because people share `

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religion. Much has been confused between these different things. But

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they all went to great pains to point out that Ofsted showed an

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improvement in exam results, which was welcomed by the committde.

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It's just over a month until the closure

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of the main traffic tunnels through Birmingham city centre, and the push

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to get commuters on to publhc transport was stepped up today.

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The A38 tunnels ` which are used by 85,000 vehicles every day `

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will be closed for six weeks for repairs.

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Our reporter, Amy Cole, is overlooking one of the tunndls

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this evening. Amy, are motorists getting the mdssage?

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Birmingham City Council is really keen that commuters forward plan

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their journeys as much as possible before the tunnel 's close. Today

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marked the start of a series of information road shows to show that

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public transport is the way forward. People were eager to find ott more.

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I just needed to see if thex would affect me. They might do. You will

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need to re`think your route? Yes, I will do. I use the buses anxway So

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the tunnels will close completely from Friday the 18th of Julx until

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the 1st of September. It will be preceded by two weeks of ovdrnight

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closures, starting at 10pm tntil 6am. This is so Birmingham City

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Council can carry out the sdcond phase of its maintenance work. You

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may read that last summer there was an upgrade to the tunnels and they

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had to be close. This work hs an extension of that. I enjoindd by

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Pete Bond from central. How vital a role does public trust board play

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which it is vital. It helps keep the city moving. We don't want people to

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be complacent. We have great value offers. For ?2 a day, peopld in the

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region can use all buses for the entire duration of the tunndls being

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close was up for three pounds a day, they can use all public trust in the

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region to help them get abott. Birmingham is open for business We

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want people to come, more pdople to enjoy themselves. But we want them

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to think about their transport choices. The next road show is on at

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Brindley Place tomorrow. Th`nk you. What exactly is happening at

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Edgar Street? Anxious fans confront

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the new owner of Hereford United. Your detailed weather forec`st

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to come shortly. Clayton's goal ` the nine`ydar`old

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on his way to Brazil to watch And the lure of Ludlow ` thd town

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that's gone festival crazy! The Midlands is home to somd

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of the biggest players in the UK brewing industry, based

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of course around Burton upon Trent. But there is also

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a flourishing number of small According to the Campaign for

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Real Ale, there are now 133 The definition

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of a small brewery is one that is only allowed by the taxman to

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produce 12.6 million pints ` year. As part of our week`long series

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looking at the brewing industry Liz Copper meets the small brewers

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making a big impact. Titanic Brewery began by brdwing

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seven barrels a day. Since the 1980s, it now produces 2.5 lillion

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finds a year. When I started, there were very few of us. Most of the

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beer brewed in the UK was produced by six multinational brewerhes. Over

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1000 breweries in almost evdry town, village and city across the

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country has appeared. The m`rket has increased. Supplying pubs and shops

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around the country, the bushness now needs a bigger premises. Thhs month,

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they will be expanding. It will mean more beer can be brewed and jobs

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will be created. The brewerx prides itself on sourcing high quality

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ingredients. Including Herefordshire hops. As the ingredients ard weighed

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out, the business has had to weigh up survival strategies in an

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industry that has faced tough challenges. There has been ` tax

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regime which has disadvantaged beer over other drinks and has mdant that

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the customer has had to pay more and more for their beer. That h`s led to

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people picking more at home rather than pubs, so it has been a

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difficult industry in which to work. The Prime Minister recent Lde

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visited Burton. I asked him what the Government is doing to help the

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industry. We have taken somd really important steps. We have abolished

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the escalator, we have cut beer duty in two budgets. We have givdn great

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relief to pubs and we are stpporting things like 20 ships which `re vital

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in this important industry. The micro`brewing sector of the industry

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faces the same challenges as the bigger rivals. Innovation is key. We

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have permanent base that people know. We also supplement th`t with a

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range of interesting and current, topical beers for the year that

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would excite and interest those customers and bring new customers to

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the bar. Back in the potterhes, Titanic success has been daddy

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having its own pubs. This is one of eight owned by the company. All were

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shut before the brewery movdd in. Pubs help promote the beer that the

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brewery produces. You need that so people know what it tastes like

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People seem to have an incrdasing taste for locally brewed bedrs. He's

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breweries show it is possible to thrive in an increasingly

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competitive market. At the World Cup in Brazil,

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the huge focus for England hs on Thursday's vital game

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against Uruguay in Sao Paulo. But for one Birmingham youngster,

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excitement is already buildhng for next week's final group game

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against Costa Rica. And that's because Clayton Thomas

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will be pitchside in Brazil. Clayton is a massive football fan.

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He was recently mascot at a Birmingham City match.

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This is the letter that clinched the trip of a lifetime

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When he is older, he would like to be England football manager.

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Clayton's mum, Aresha, told him not to get his hopds up.

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She thought his World Cup dream would never come true.

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The World Cup is in Rio, whhch is the location for his favourhte film,

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Rio. And now Clayton, like the blue macaw

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in Rio, is flying off to Br`zil We'll have three families going to

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watch England play the World Cup and we are thrilled that these wishes

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will be coming true. Clayton was born with cystic fibrosis so the

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first nine years of his lifd had been spent in and out of past `` in

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and out of hospital and havhng physiotherapy. I thought it was an

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unreachable goal. It is amazing We will never forget it and I'l sure we

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will talk about it in futurd. I m hoping they can get to the finals of

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the World Cup. We lost a good Italy. Could you be the lucky charl that we

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need against Costa Rica? A long flight on that plane! Yes, but I

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will get through it because I will be thinking about Rio and I will be

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excited. Next Tuesday, the stadium will be packed for England `gainst

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Costa Rica and two of the sdats are reserved for Clayton and his mum. It

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will be an occasion they will not forget.

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Have a great trip! Now if you're planning

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on visiting the Ludlow over the next few weeks you won't fail to notice

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the Shropshire town is hosthng no Well this year aspiring young

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writers who live in the are` have been bringing their neighbotrhood

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alive for the Fringe Festiv`l Our Arts Reporter Satnam Rana has

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been on a walking, talking If you want to discover the market

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town of Ludlow and be entertained, then stick on your headphonds and

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follow us. Shout, fire! Might throw deep bones would roar! Thesd young

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writers have used sites and scenes around the town to create ehght

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audio plays. For Jack, Benches has been inspired by this bench. Just

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for once, I want to sit on someone. I am quite proud because I have

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never written a play before. Six months after having started writing

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something, which is quite d`unting, I have a finished Robert and I'm

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happy with it. It is quite nice `` a finished product. The ide` is to

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take a tour around the town, listening to the plays at dhfferent

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locations. The assembly rools was crucial in getting involved in that.

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I like" up. `` I like talking the place up. It is giving the next

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generation of writer a chance to develop their skills. Seeing the

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place develop over time and then just wrestling with the stories they

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wanted to put on the paper `nd working through that, it is hugely

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inspiring. It is an amazing opportunity for young peopld in this

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area. This audio adventure has been produced for the Ludlow Fringe

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Festival which runs until the 6th of July. For Cara, it is a chance to

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share her surrounding, especially this church where her story is set.

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The quite calm of a back pew between services match the quiet th`t

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existed within Louise. You don't think about individual placds, it is

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just the place you live. Thhs festival has given us a chance to

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think about the places that we see everyday in a different light. This

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alleyway, this site was the final murder scene for the murderdr. There

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is something for everyone. Hncluding sites and locations not norlally

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seen by visitors. It is quite a close of bit of town but quhte in

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the middle of it. That is a good look Asian for a murder story. It

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has been a great opportunitx for these young writers to see their

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work produced. But it is also a great chance for those coming into

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the town to discover it further Now for a look at the weathdr

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with Shefali. Thank you. Today was one of the best

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days of the week. We have the benefit of the sunshine and also the

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temperatures. Through tonight, we will see some subtle changes taking

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place. There is more cloud `nd we will see a pew showers later in the

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night. But those will remain the light and they could initially

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impact the day tomorrow as well The first part of the day. High pressure

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firmly in control to the West but the message this week is th`t

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although it is there it won't guarantee sunshine. The first of the

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fronts slipped through from the north. That will bring tonight's

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showers. We will see a repe`t with a second one coming through on

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Thursday. Right now, we are enjoying some late evening sunshine. This

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cloud sinks further southwards. It stops the temperature dropphng any

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lower than between 13 and 14 Celsius. It will be a warm `nd muggy

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night. Chewing the night, wd will see the start but they hardly a man

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do anything. It will be largely unnoticed. It is largely drx and

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that will continue into tomorrow. If anything, it is through the

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north`west of the region, p`ss of Staffordshire and Shropshird, that

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we start to see showers devdloping. Early tomorrow and into the later

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part of the day. It is the western part of the region that will see the

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best of the Sunnis bus. Herd, temperatures will reach arotnd 2

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Celsius. `` the best of the temperatures. As you can sed, there

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is hardly anything along thd weather front. It is weakened by thd high

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pressure. Tomorrow night, l`rgely dry, temperatures on the ond side at

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around between 13 or 14 Celsius We are left with a lot of the cloud on

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Thursday and Friday as well. A lot of that to contentment. Temperatures

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may be pegged back to around 19 Celsius on Friday for most places.

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Those values continue through the weekend, so hardly anything to

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complain about! They are avdrage for June. We may see the isolatdd

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showers but it is largely dry. And fans of Hereford United Football

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Club challenge the new owner ` That was the Midlands Today.

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I'll be back at 10pm.

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