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Inevitable, I suppose. That's all from the News at Six. Goodbye from

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me. On I would hate to think anothdr family

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would have to go through wh`t we went through and still going

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through. It affect you for the rest of your life.

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His investment pays off as Prince Charles opens

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a renovated and revitalised pottery in Stoke`on`Trent.

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Stoke`on`Trent is the cradld of the British ceramics industry and the

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contribution made to this country by the potteries has been enormous.

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A crisis management team set up in Coventry as it's confirmdd three

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city teenagers have joined tp with militants in Syria.

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The freedom of Walsall for one of its most famous sons, Noddy Holder.

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And there's something brewing in the distance this week `

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it could be on a par with some of the thunderstorms in the sotth last

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Keep watching ` I'll have all those details for you in a short while.

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Police officers laughed and joked as a father of two lay dying nearby

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39`year`old Lloyd Butler, who was an alcoholic,

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died within hours of being taken into custody at Stechford.

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Today, the inquest found he may have survived if he'd bden

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The coroner criticised the culture at the police station

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and said she wasn't convincdd it had changed since Mr Butler's ddath

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To his family, Lloyd Butler was larger than life

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But he spent years battling alcoholism

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and four years ago this sumler, alarmed by his drunken behaviour,

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Within hours, to their horror, they got a phone call to tell them

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It is absolutely devastating, because people say to you about

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closure, this will bring closure. But there is no such thing. Only a

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parent would understand that. and into the station, proof, say

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the family, he should have gone to Officers were supposed to check

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on his welfare every 15 minttes but footage shows them chatting

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and joking. Records show they accessed

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a sexually explicit website Insulting remarks were made

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about the prisoner in their care. Nearly 40 minutes after he was

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last checked, Lloyd was found The jury found that Lloyd Bttler

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died from a cardiac arrest related to underlying problems causdd

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by alcohol. But they concluded that he should

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not have been detained in ctstody, and, that had he been in hospital,

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the probability was that he was The coroner Louise Hunt said she

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remained concerned about conduct in custody suites and would be sending

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a report to West Midlands Police. In an internal police disciplinary

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process, one officer was fotnd guilty of misconduct and another

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of gross misconduct ` All of the facts came out. Obviously

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I didn't see the CCTV, but ht is all there. I'm quite shocked th`t one of

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the officers suggested that this still goes on. There is a

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challenging environment herd, we have plans going forward to build

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new custody blocks that will go online in the next 12 months or so.

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We will have state of, with professional officers in a permanent

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role with a change of attittde and culture. We are getting a grip on

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bass and moving on with the issues that need need to be moved on.

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Thanks for joining us this evening here on Midlands Today.

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Looking to inspire thousands of schoolchildren

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at the first chapter of a fhve`day book festival in Coventry.

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A multi`million project to renovate a Stoke`on`Trent pottery has been

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Middleport Pottery, which is based in Burslem, was bought by the

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It's spent around ?9 million restoring it.

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The company now employs 80 people on the site

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Prince Charles arrived at Mhddleport by canal.

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In this pottery's heyday, it was the canals that transported

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On the tow path, there was an enthusiastic greeting

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from the potters who've forled a close bond with the Princd.

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He's taken a personal interdst in this project and spoke

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of his determination that this unique factory should be saved.

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Stoke`on`Trent is the cradld of the British ceramics industry. @nd the

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contribution made to this country by the potteries has been enorlous

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So, I am absolutely thrilled that this pottery is alive and breathing

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once again. The Prince was shown

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the newly refurbished collection of moulds ` it's the largest

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in Europe ` and it's on display The 19,000 Molesey a stretch back to

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the 19th century and it takd you back through ceramic historx. But in

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the future, it would be possible to bring any of these designs back to

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life because these are the laster moulds and they have been s`ved for

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the nation. No visit here's complete without

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the presentation of some pottery ` and here?s a tea pot made from

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the same mould first used to create a gift for the Prince's gre`t

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grandmother, Queen Mary, in 191 . Workers here value the emph`sis on

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preserving traditional skills and two years ago if this had not

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happened I dare say none of us would have been standing here now. It

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would have been gone and I would have been a shame, to lose `ll those

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skills. you could not have ` better ambassador than the Prince of Wales

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to help us along and secure our future.

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A model of the pottery was tnveiled in the original manager's offices.

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This is part of the building which has been restored and now

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We think this project is not Jewish unique. And of the Staffordshire or

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not even for the UK. we think it stands on a worldwide basis and we

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hope to see many international visitors here.

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The Prince and the Potters have formed an dnduring

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relationship and the plan is that the world`famous reputation of this

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Joining me now is Theresa Fox`Wells from the

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Why did the trust get involved in Middleport in the first place?

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The trust specialise in finding purposes for buildings that are

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quite challenging, shall we say And it was such a wonderful building,

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but, best of all it was a rdal working faction with jobs that would

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benefit from involvement with the charity. And presumably quite a

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complex business to renovatd it while it was still working? Hugely

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complex. But that is what the Trust specialise in and the factory

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workers and Burley have been excellent working alongside us. It

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has paid off us. It has paid off hasn't it? Has and it was a pleasure

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to welcome Prince Charles and all the other visitors today and we can

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start showing it off at last. I should think it is to amend as

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rewarding for everybody involved? yes, I think when you have seen a

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place that was so sad and rtn down bourse and come to life oncd again

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it is hugely rewarding. So ht was a bit of a gamble at one stagd? I

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suppose so. But we were alw`ys confident that we had the solution

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and it was all planned on a sustainable basis and I think it has

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a glowing future. And what `re your hopes for the future? Lots of

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visitors of course! We want them from overseas and from the local

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area and we hope to continud creating more jobs and developing

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the project as we go into the future. Thank you.

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A crisis management team's being set up in Coventry after it emerged that

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three young men from the city have gone to Syria to fight

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It's because of increasing concerns about the

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The fathers of two of the men involved have bedn

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Here's our Special correspondent, Peter Wilson.

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Three teenagers ` all friends with good prospdcts

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But now they're believed to be in Syria involved with

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The youngest, Ali Kalantar, was due to study computer science.

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Three months ago he borrowed ?1 000 and disappeared with his passport.

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the grief is limitless. Every second, every minute it is ly mind.

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How can I cope with this situation. If he, what should I do?

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Mohammed Hadi, who's just 18, is reportedly fighting with Isis

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Rashid Amani, from Coventry, was studying business studids.

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The boys? parents are all in the dark.

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I do not know what happened with him. Maybe somebody works whth him,

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I don't know. All three friends set out

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from Coventry, travelling to Birmingham where they then flew to

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Frankfurt and from there to Turkey. They are now believed to be

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in Syria, near the city of @leppo. The police were informed

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of their absence just minutds after The Muslim community in Covdntry

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wants to take action. We are setting up a group mdeting

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with the council and the West Midlands Police, which is p`rt of

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the group we would normally do in a crisis such as this. We will address

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this later in the week. All three men attended

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this mosque in Coventry. During the day it's a nursery

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school, at night a mosque. It's been alleged that the three

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friends may have been encouraged The Imam of the Tipton Mosqte knows

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all about terrorism the mospue was In the past, people have told me it

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is no longer mosques where xoung men are radicalised, rather, it is James

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and Internet cafes. This man was a victim of terrorism a year `go when

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tipped in a mosque by an anti`Muslim extremist. It didn't result in a

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loss of life, but the kind of panic and anxiety and the kind of chaos

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that followed, we all experhenced it. I would wish that upon `nybody.

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These men have left a city `nd their families angry and confused.

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A teenager's been arrested in connection with a series of

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Security was increased at Pdrry Park recently after reports

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of people being threatened with a ball`bearing gun.

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A number of bikes were stoldn in the attacks.

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Police say a firearm has bedn recovered from the scene.

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The Chief Executive at the George Eliot Hospital Trust

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in Nuneaton is leaving after three years in the post.

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Kevin McGee has confirmed that he will be taking on a new job at

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The George Eliot faces a deficit of more than ?10 million.

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Birmingham City Council says it s hoping to save ?150 million over the

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next seven years by renegothating one of its major service contracts

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As part of the plan, call centres will be brought back

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in house, but Capita will continue to provide computer systems

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We believe we can also drivd things through Capita to the remaining

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years of the contract. Parthcularly by reducing the number of

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applications the City Counchl runs and reducing the amount of

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programmes. We believe that amount of money could be more and we're

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working to achieve that. Two colleges in Birmingham have

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been barred from taking on foreign students over allegations that

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immigrants were cheating to get It's after an investigation

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for the BBC's Panorama programme Ben Godfrey has been

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following today's developments. To get these in this countrx need an

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English`language certificatd. They told today that 40,000 immigrants

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may have a tin `` attained one illegally. They are fat fratdster

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sitting the tests for them. Allegations of first highlighted in

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panorama and today, 57 priv`te colleges across the UK incltding two

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in Birmingham have other licenses to sponsor foreign students suspended

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pending an investigation. That includes Birmingham Institute of

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education training and technology and a finance and business training

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college. Has there been any reaction? I went this afternoon and

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the finance business and tr`ining specialises in English`langtage

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qualifications. They told their commitment seriously and thdy work

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closely with the Government to resolve this situation swiftly. The

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other college, known as high`tech, is little more of a confusing

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picture. It is registered in small Heath and the site does not operate

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at the college and has not done so for nine years. I'm not surd the

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Government actually knows that. What the suspension of licenses lean is

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that they cannot take on foreign students until the conclusion of a

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Government investigation. Thank you Ben.

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It's coming up to seven, this is our top story tonight:

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Laughing and joking when thdy should have been checking on him `

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a coroner condemns police bdhaviour after an alcoholic dies in custody.

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Shefali will be here soon whth your detailed weather forec`st.

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And the sun's certainly shining on Noddy Holder,

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And as England crash out of the World Cup, the impact

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One of the most popular children's authors met many

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Dame Jacqueline Wilson, best known for creating the troubled tdenager

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Tracy Beaker, was at the Ricoh Arena to receive a special literary award.

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The Coventry Inspiration Book awards have been running

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for the last eight years ` and this year Dame Jacqueline Wilson

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She was at given her award in front of a thousand school

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Handing over the award was 11`year`old Elile

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from Christ the King Junior School ` she had to write why she thought

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I started reading books when I was seven and got addicted to them. She

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has inspired me to be a writer. Dame Jacqueline says she was honoured to

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win. I want to reach the kids that think reading is boring espdcially

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and try and show them that `lthough they may not like my books, there

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will be a book somewhere th`t will turn them around.

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As you can see, Dame Jacqueline is a popular as ever.

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She first started writing when she was nine years of `ge,

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has sold more than 35 million books and is responsible for one of the

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most popular television programmes in recent decades, Tracy Be`ker

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It must be weird, not having? I got! I know where she is. She was a

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very lucky character for me because I do think Tracy was my bre`kthrough

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book. Even now when I walk through town 's kids will look at md and

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they do not always said Jacpueline Wilson, instead, they say Tracy

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beaker! she talks about real problem is not just those of princesses She

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writes about real things th`t will make real people happy. People might

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live in poverty and she makds you understand them. She makes ht very

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readable. The Tracy Beaker Question and

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answers went on for some tile, and He's had scores of music hits,

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held the coveted Christmas number one slot,

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starred in successful TV programmes But today,

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Noddy Holder is being given the The ceremony is currently underway

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at the Council House, but e`rlier I spoke to Noddy and asked hil

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what the honour meant to hil. When I got the e`mail through saying

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I was being offered the Freddom I was absolutely flabbergasted,

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because, for blokes like me, working class kids like me,

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I never thought something I'm really chuffed,

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I'm absolutely over the moon. Obviously, Walsall is my holetown,

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I was born and bred here and the only regret, really,

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is that my mam and dad are not alive to see me getting this, bec`use they

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were both born in Walsall and lived And they saw your success `

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and the Black Country is whdre it I had a little band at school,

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just outside of Walsall, Actually,

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when the four guys got together who eventually became Slade,

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our first gig together was `ctually So it obviously holds a lot

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of memories. And I am

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the first person to be getthng the Nobody in the arts side

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of things has got it in 150 years. So, I think it is great to raise the

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profile of the arts in the Lidlands. I do a bit of singing now and again,

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yes. I do quite a lot

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of voice`over work and other work, I sing in the pub now and again

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I get up with a little band I did a little tour last ye`r with

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Mark Radcliffe on the BBC the audience were expecting it to be

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all talk, but I brought out the acoustic guitar

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and did five or six songs, singing. I do keep my hand in and I still

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enjoy singing and I still enjoy I have a book coming out

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in September called And it's going to be my look

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at the modern world. It is not an autobiographic`l book,

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there are anecdotes in it from my life in Slade, but it is all about

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my outlook on the modern world. Congratulations again

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and I love your outfit. Thank you very much,

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I made a special effort ` Around 300 fans have gatherdd to

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watch Noddy get the Freedom of Walsall and they're in the town

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hall where our reporter Amy Cole is You can see noddy on stage `nd

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people are asking him questhons They are really pleased for him as

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one of the mayor who did sax to him when he was being awarded the

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freedom of Walsall, that it was very much a feeling of pride to be still

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is on a running. I'm joined by a couple of fans now. Paul, what does

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it mean to you, you are a local man? on bread. Still live here. Ht is

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about time they did something for him and honoured him in this way. It

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is brilliant. This post Walsall on the map. He has done this for years

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but it kind of rubber stamps its? yes. Him and the other four members

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of the band, they all made the band. They all made the band. Thex all

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made it what it noddy will be playing a part in your weddhng won't

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see? yes. We are having one of my favourite slave songs as we walk

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down the aisle. So it is all good! I hope it goes well. Pete, whx have

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you made the effort to come and see noddy tonight? We were luckx enough

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to have the opportunity bec`use it was a good time and I thought it was

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important to show respect for the man himself. you have is

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autobiography what do you m`ke of the great man? He is very ftnny a

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very interesting character `nd a super musician. Anybody likds pop

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music should like Slade, in my opinion! Thank you very much. Noddy

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is going to continue with hhs questions and answers and enjoying

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it. He is delighted by what has happened today. Thank you.

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England's World Cup is over following this afternoon's

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With the team being knocked out after just two games, there are

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They could do worse than follow the example of the University of

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Worcester who've been learnhng from Brazil for the past eight ydars

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England playing at the World Cup ` and it doesn't matter.

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Today's game against Costa Rica saw them playing just for pride

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So how do they stop it happening again?

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At the University of Worcester, they think sharing ideas improves

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And who better to share ideas with than Brazilians?

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They built a link with Sao Paulo University eight xears ago

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and exchanges and visits have taken place ever since.

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And they've learnt that using a smaller ball can have big rdsults.

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What they are playing with hs a small ball which is slightlx heavier

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than a normal football. This one is easy to kick a long way but with

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this one, the emphasis is on skill. A lot of street football and only in

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the 14 players play in Brazhl. We think if our English players played

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this, their skill level would improve and that manipulative that I

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croak ability to minute plax the ball would get better.

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But it's not just football lovers who want to see a better England

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And somewhere like Birmingh`m's Broad Street can attract up to

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That's good business ` but even better if England could

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There is no doubt about it, England brings in the big numbers. Having

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said that, the other smaller game, shall we say, they also bring in

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substantial numbers, too. So it is not all doom and gloom. We `re only

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missing four games anyway, dven if we had one!

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So the international street party will go on, but England will have to

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make changes if they're to join the world's elite in four ydars

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They played better, draw is better than a defeat. They were better but

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clearly, the messages coming through from lots of coaches and th`t is

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that we need to play with a smile on our face. Cricket now. Molina Ali is

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still batting and shall angdr are still looking for their last

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wickets. Thank you Dan. The humidity unfortunately `ppears

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to be having quite a negative effect on the pollen levels. They have been

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very high today and will continue to be is over the next couple of days

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at least. However, you will find by Friday there is quite a significant

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gear changing the weather. Ht will be wetter, cool and fresh too. That

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hopefully will have a favourable effect on the pollen levels, but it

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will bring with it prolonged periods of rain, slow`moving showers,

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followed by a drop in temperatures by about 4 degrees or so. Btt if we

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fast forward to Friday for the pressure chart, we can see what is

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causing it. This frontal system is pushing in from the West and is

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accompanied by what The Met office call a flabby area of low pressure.

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That means the winds will bd quite liked. So any rain that you do

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encounter will be slow moving and longer lasting, producing some

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fairly notable totals. Tonight, we have a similar scenario to last

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night where we have another clutch showers moving in from the

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the region, there may be sulmer It is a dry neither wit and whhch is

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still quite warm especially across southern counties with lows of

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around 13 or 14 Celsius. Tolorrow is dry, and fairly cloudy. Mord cloud

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pushing in from the north btt there be sunny breaks and temperatures

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will reach highs of 18 to 20 Celsius. Bit by bit, those

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temperatures are starting to drop. Tomorrow night, they will not be

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particularly low but it will be a chill you start to Thursday.

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Thursday will still be dry, not too cold, but on Friday, the telperature

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will drop again and there whll be wet weather.

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The former editor of the News of the World Andy Coulson is found guilty

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And a Birmingham inquest he`rs that police officers were laughing

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and joking when they should have been checking on

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I'll be back at ten o'clock with your latest update.

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