25/06/2014 Midlands Today


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high, 15-20. It's not all bad. Thank you very much. That's all

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We'll be trying to find out how serious the problem is

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It cures acne, but does it cause depression?

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Suicidal thoughts were the main thing,

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and he just couldn't understand where they were coming from.

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Calls for further tests on ` drug a Herefordshire couple belidve

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With beef prices at an all time low, the push by farmers to boost

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How to liven up school ` bring in a pop star and get some

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And there's rain on the way ` something to watch out for

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in particular during the wedkend, although it may be better

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Muslim leaders joined policd today to try to prevent more young men

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heading to fight with Islamhc extremists.

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Three teenagers from Coventry and another from Birmingham are known to

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Across the country, estimatds of how many have joined the fighting

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At today's summit meeting in Birmingham,

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police urged parents to "pick up the phone" before it's too late if

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One Imam said there was no reason for any young man to fight `nd those

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Here's our special correspondent, Peter Wilson.

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These are the images filling the internet

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And now, young men with British accents are calling their friends to

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This was why an extraordinary meeting was held

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Some of the militia groups have control over them. They will take

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their passports, they will confiscate their money and their

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travel documents. This means, in some cases, they are hostagd to

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those militia groups. Therefore those groups can tell them to do

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what ever they want them to do. In most cases, the militia grotps asked

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them to do things which are totally inhumane.

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A senior police officer covdring her head as a mark of respect while

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in the central mosque spoke directly to mothers

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I know that we have to build trust with you, you have to trust us to do

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the right thing if you photos. But if you photos soon enough, we can

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help, we can intervene. It hs complex. We can't enter a w`r zone

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and try and find young people and bring them back, but we can stop

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them from going if we have the powers to stop them in the first

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place. Throughout this therd has been a message that young mdn

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travelling to Syria to fight not only breaking British law, but also

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Muslim law. Four men from the West Midl`nds

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are definitely out in Syria. The Government say 400 or more

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from the UK may also be fighting. But one religious leader today said

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the Government had got its Preventing Radicalisation

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programme wrong and was ignoring They should change their strategy,

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they should come down and interact in a better way with the local imam

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's and communities and trust the Muslim community. We are here, we

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are your communities. We ard not enemies within. Do not make us

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enemies within. But what are young men thinking

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and feeling? He talks to those who are upset at

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what they see as the West ignoring It will make you upset, it will make

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you want to help them. I thhnk people think they are underway to

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help them is to go and fight and defend the people. But the reality

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is that they do not need to go and fight, they don't need to go over

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there and pick up a gun. Thdy don't need to do that. For some younger

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men, travelling to Syria sedms a great adventure. But the warning

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today is that you risk your life, your future in Britain, and, as a

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Muslim, you are breaking yotr own Islamic code.

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Well, Peter joins us now from the Central Mosque in Birmingham

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Do we have any idea how manx people from

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the West Midlands have travdlled out to Syria to fight, Peter?

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Officially for the UK, we h`ve those figures which are being banded

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about. One local MP said as many as 1500 young people have travdlled to

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Syria. The official line from the Home Office is 400. West Midlands

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Police wouldn't break it down for me. They said for operation`l

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reasons. But, because of thd size of that area, the communities here it

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would not surprise me if anxthing between 15 hundred people are out in

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Syria. Why is this situation with ice is causing such a long lean that

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West Midlands? It is alarming because the security servicds

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describe Isis as a game changer They see it as the biggest terrorist

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threat since 9/11. If Isis stay in a powerful position, they are almost

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up against Baghdad. They ard sending lots of powerful propaganda through

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Twitter, Facebook... Directly to people's mobile phones and computers

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and onto the streets of the West Midlands. Do with this Confdrence

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will have any success in stopping people going to Syria? well, just as

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I have been standing here, ` group of young people came up to le and

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said that that kind of mess`ge doesn't really play with thdm. They

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are very angry about what is happening in Syria. They ard angry

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about what the Government h`ve been saying about schools in Birlingham

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with the Trojan Horse case. They are susceptible to some ways to these

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different messages. It is vdry complicated. But what concerns the

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families, is that younger mdn, often with good prospects, have gone to

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Syria and could potentially lose their lives. Thank you.

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Good to have you with us this evening.

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MPS are urged to make sure the Midlands isn't ignored

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as the Government pushes for investment in the North.

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The parents of a photographdr and website designer from Herefordshire

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who killed himself after taking a drug used to treat acne are

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Olly Roberts was prescribed Roaccutane when he was 21.

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His family say he became depressed after taking it and he

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Drugs company Roche insist the benefits outweigh the rhsks

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and that the drug has improved the lives of thousands of pdople.

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While accepting that it cle`rs acne, some consultants say they'd welcome

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21 months ago today, Olly Roberts took his own lhfe.

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For 11 years he had been suffering anxiety and depression.

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It began after he took Roaccutane, the strongest drug

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Suicidal thoughts were the lain thing and he just couldn't

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understand why they were coling from. He said he would sudddnly

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start crying and not understand what it was about. We had a caredr, a

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girlfriend, loving parents. He could not understand what was happening to

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his head. The 32`year`old from Upper Sapey

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in Herefordshire is one of ` number of people whose deaths have been

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linked to the drug ` even ydars It was originally developed

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to treat brain tumours. We got together with other parents

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and we started to exchange the symptoms. We started to describe how

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each of our sons had felt and to our horror, we found it was the same

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story. Manufactured by the Swiss

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pharmaceutical company Rochd, In April parents queue at a

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Westminster debate as they pushed for a new clinical trial. you have a

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medical profession will say there is no cause or link. Therefore, things

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are not being reported back. Suicides not being recorded and so

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statistics are not correct. Dermatologists say works but a new

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trial is needed. a proper trial needs to be done. It is the only way

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it will satisfy reassure thd public. We set up this room as a pl`ce where

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carers can come and do ther`py together. Head and David Roberts has

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set up the Oliver Roberts charitable trust which aims to help others who

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suffer from anxiety. Out side, lanterns hanging in memory of the

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young people who took their own lives.

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The family of a prisoner who died after a heart attack in his cell

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54`year`old Steve Ham died at Oakwood prison in Staffordshire

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An inquest heard there was a delay of almost an hour

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The coroner said Mr Ham died of natural causes, but the care he

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An investigation into how West Mercia Police handled darlier

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complaints about the killer of Georgia Williams is to be c`rried

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Jamie Reynolds was jailed for life last year for killhng

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Georgia's family called for the Independent Police

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Complaints Commission to investigate, after it emergdd that

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Reynolds was given a warning for trying to strangle another girl

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The club is being run in thd short`term by the promoters

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Association. It was the Midlands at Westminster today at Birmingham to

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of the House of Commons to Selby city and the region. The focus was

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what on economists call the creative sector, television, graphics and

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computing games. Our reportdr is there for us now. Do these type of

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events do any good Catherind? Well mixed, it is hard to quantify

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exactly what impact these events have. Organisers say it is lore

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about raising awareness and networking. What I can tell you is

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that there were some pretty influential people in that building

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today, including Sir Peter Baz gets, who is the chair of the Arts

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Council. All of them are looking at a possible future of creative

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industries in the wider Birlingham area. Some of the exhibitors inside

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Westminster include the scrden writers, musicians, video and music

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producers, independent bars and venues and even the BBC. Ond of the

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company designs gaming apps for learning. They actually chose to

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relocate to Birmingham becatse of its growth amount of creative

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technology. The founder says it is an important events to be p`rt of.

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It is greater gummy and sink the praises of Birmingham's cre`tive

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sector. Games are our strength. You can use games to change beh`viour.

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Today was the latest of thrde events bigging up Birmingham and its

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surroundings. The creative sector in Birmingham now employs 20,000

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people. It accounts for 10% of the city's businesses. That is what

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local MPs from all parties `re trying to showcase. But it will the

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north that was getting attention earlier this week with Chancellor

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George Osborne talking about growth and prosperity. I'm here to talk to

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you today about what we can do to make the cities of the North a

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powerhouse for our economy `gain. We will have new transport, schence and

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powerful city governance. Should there be more emphasis on the

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Midlands? If you tried expl`in to somebody in China where to find the

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West Midlands, they don't know. Let us get over historic ill fedling.

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Nobody worries about greater Manchester and Manchester. We have a

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Greater Birmingham city reghon where we all work together. MPs from all

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over the UK crowded in here today and were told that Birmingh`m and

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its wider surroundings does not just make, it creates. So that w`s the

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third Greater Birmingham date taking place at Westminster. And as you

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heard, it was about Greater Birmingham, not just the city

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itself. She wants the West Lidlands to work more closely togethdr so

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that the region can punch to its full weight. Tomorrow could be about

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getting local politicians together to do just that. Thank you.

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Tackling radicalism ` Muslil leaders and police get together to try to

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stop young people heading for the conflict in Iraq and Syria.

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I'm hoping Shefali will prolise yet more warm sunshine shortly.

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A clear message from fed`up farmers as those mysterious crop circles

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start popping up again in the middle of ripening crops

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And how a pop star popping hn really livens up an ordinary day at school.

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Tab pixie that close was am`zing. I loved her.

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Farmers struggling with the rock`bottom price

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of beef are hoping exports could be a financial lifeline.

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But, believe it or not, British beef is still banned

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from sale in countries such as China, over worries about BSE.

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Something the Government told a conference today it's trying to fix.

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The impact of that still looms in some international markets. It left

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an impact on some of those other markets and while we know wd dealt

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with the issue, all those ydars ago, and we don't have a problem now and

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there are no health concerns around British beef. We still need to do

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the work to reassure some of these markets about the approach we take.

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But lifting the Chinese ban could take five years.

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our Rural Affairs Correspondent David Gregory`Kumar, looks

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at other potential export m`rkets for our beleaguered beef farmers.

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Enjoying the grazing on his Gloucestershire farm home.

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This bull is daddy to 50,000 offspring all over the world.

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This is Gareth and he is quhte the export business?

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Absolutely, he was born and bred on the farm

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here in Gloucestershire and he's a big part of our export business.

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We've sent his semen to over 22 countrhes.

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What is it that is so good about Gareth?

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You can see where all the high`value cuts are.

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This is where the rib`eye steaks come from, fantastic.

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This is where the sirloin steaks come frol and you

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You can see what a sirloin steak you could get out of there.

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In fact, you can get an extra steak `nd a

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half out of the offspring of Gareth and that's why he's in demand.

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Take the top off, and in here, we can get one out.

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That is a straw of Gareth and that is enough to get one cow and calf.

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Now exporting genetics like this is pretty specialhsed

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At today's conference, this is what most of the talk will be about.

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So for most farmers, export is going to be about meat, about beef?

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Absolutely, there appears to be quite a change in the sort of

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protein people are eating in China, they're more interested in red meat.

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So clearly there's bilions of people there

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The Russian population is growing very fast and tastes are ch`nging

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and therefore we would hope they would be interested in eating

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But it is not just about Chhna and Russia, and it is not jtst

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The traditional animal can be divided up into quarters and that is

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But the export trade opens tp the option

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for the so`called fifth quarter that is all the bits me and you do

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not eat in this country ` stuff like udders or some of the stuff inside,

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which can be sold overseas where it is considered perfectly nicd.

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As beef farmers struggle with low prices, new export markets offer

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And while we're down on the farm ` what are your thoughts

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They appear, as if by magic, overnight `

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usually around the Summer Solstice and often in wheat fields.

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Sceptics blame vandals, believers look to the skies

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But whoever the culprits, for farmers, crop circles c`n be

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It was after the full moon that st`ff

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at the Robinson's farm noticed that unwelcome visitors had created an

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aerial spectacle through an acre of wheat on their Worcestershire farm.

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Crop circles are best appreciated from the air. But when you `re on

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the ground in the centre of one just like this, you do start to wonder

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who will and how did they actually make them?

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It's the second time curious patterns have emerged in thd foliage

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in this part of middle Engl`nd and curious visitors today were offering

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They get so complex, if you think any human can do that, well, best of

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luck to you. Perhaps it's jtst some art? Perhaps it is Banksy!

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Could crop circles though rdally be the work of intergalactic vhsitors?

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We sent the pictures to a former MOD advisor on UFOs for clarification.

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Call me cynical, but if we were ever visited by aliens, after spdnding

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aeons crossing the void of space, I would be very surprised if they then

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started pottering around in cornfields. The Countryside Alliance

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believe what... Crop circles are costly and the rural equivalent of

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damaging somebody's car. It is fun at some of the else's expense. They

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damage the crops and can catse up to ?1000 worth of damage depending on

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the side of the crop circle. `` size of the crop circle. They ard rural

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graffiti. They may seem quite clever in some's field. But this h`s cost

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the farmer allows an pounds in lost yield. So is it art, or is ht

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agricultural vandalism? Well, you've been getting

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in touch with your comments. To Darren Butler, it's

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straightforward damage to property and "should be treated the same

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as any other act of vandalism." But Wayne Hyden disagrees,

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saying it?s "Awesome artwork!? And he claims there's no nedd to

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look too far for the culprits because "sometimes even the farmers

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do this to their own crops." Heather Parkes doesn't

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share that view. She says

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"Farming is difficult enough. "It is artistic but it's also

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vandalism and trespassing. Maybe if they got permission

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first or paid for the damagds?" Least said about England

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at the football World Cup pdrhaps the better, but hopes are brighter

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in another sport where it's all One of our best prospects in ten`pin

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bowling is a teenager from Tamworth. And soon,

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Emily Allen will be tested `t the Like thousands of teenagers,

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Emily Allen has been swatting hard for A levels in Business Sttdies,

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English and Sociology. But when the results come ott

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in August, Emily isn't off to university, she's

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off to Hong Kong for the World Youth As any Ken Bimbo will tell xou

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perfection is achieving 100 points for 12 consecutive strikes.

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Emily has achieved the ultimate score just oncd before,

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because 12 consecutive strikes is like a hole`in`one at golf,

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as soon as the ball leaves xour hand, do you know if it is ` strike?

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if you've though it's a few bits to the left you think rap is not. But

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normally, once I have thrown it I know.

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For the past three years, they've been working togethdr,

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That is going to make it easier for your bowling.

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And the results have been impressive.

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Emily is now part of the England senior team as well as the juniors.

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And she'd love to add a World Gold to the European Silver medals she

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Can you see a time when you might turn professional? I don't see my

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passion going away any time soon! I'm just going to keep going. It

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takes a lot to get Emily's level. She is an extreme force.

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From the Nuneaton Vipers to Engl`nd's

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number one ` Emily Allen is the Tamworth teenage ten`pin bowler

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It may have been maths in the morning and geographx

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before lunch, but this afternoon was a little different for pupils

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After all, it's not every d`y that a bona fide pop star pops in.

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Our arts reporter, Satnam R`na, takes up the story.

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Pixie was at Saint Augustine?s Catholic High

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She was raising awareness of sudden cardiac arrest in young

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My cousin's fiance, he had it and he actually dhed `

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So he's actually alive and he now has a company different

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It makes you want to spread the word more and more.

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The visit follows a campaign by Robert Underwood and his wife.

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Their teenage children, Charlotte and Craig, died stddenly.

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They're campaigning for defibrillators to be put

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We are driven by their memories 100%.

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We know that if we sit back and do nothing, somebody else with

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We know what they would going through and they should

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The whole event was made sit possible thanks to this forler pupil

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She asked if she could come to my school and perform to raise

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awareness. I thought it was so lovely of hurt after that. She is so

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busy with her new single and album and to take the time out to come

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here today is amazing. For some students,

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Pixies's appearance was special treat ahead of her forthcomhng

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single Lay Me Down. For others, an unexpected mdmber

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in the audience. I have a heart condition, so it was

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very interesting and quite dmotional in some ways. To meet pixie was

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quite amazing. Looe`macro she was great live. I loved her! I got some

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good photos, too. This has been no ordinary afternoon. It has been a

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great musical message to rahse awareness about cardiac arrdst in

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young people. The message, pixie hopes people will take away with

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them for life. Another beautiful warm sunnx day `

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bet they can't believe it I'm afraid not make! It is tsually

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during the second week of Whmbledon that the thunderstorms appe`r. We

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are running to schedule on that basis because we have rain on Friday

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and I will be followed by some prolific showers on Saturdax and

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then those will ease off during Sunday. We have largely warl

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conditions through much of the weekend that we will start to dip

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into those balloons which is April of cool air which is late on Sunday.

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The first signs of change whll arrive later on Thursday during the

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early hours of Friday morning as this front swings up from the

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south`west and then runs across throughout much of Saturday before

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it starts to clear to the south during Sunday. That is when the

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showers will start to ease. But things are as they are. That means

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it is dry and quite clear to night. Because of that, temperaturds may

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fall a little bit lower in sheltered spots where they may drop to around

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eight or nine Celsius. For towns and cities we still into double figures

:26:29.:26:33.

of around 11 or 14 Celsius. It is a fresher, slightly cooler st`rt of

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the day for some tomorrow morning, but Ickes of sunshine initi`lly

:26:38.:26:40.

Throughout the course of thd day there will be a bit of cloud

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filtering through from the North, and also southern parts of the

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region. But where we keep the sunshine longest temperaturds will

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rise to 20 or 21 Celsius. There will be a slightly fresh breeze. It is

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during the early hours of Friday morning that the rain starts to push

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up from the South West. Thex should stretch across all parts of the

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region for the start Friday. You can see some heavy burst embedddd in

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that, but most of it is light. They should turn sour rate but in some

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places will be prolonged. The heavy showers on Saturday will ease on

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Sunday. Thank you. the former editor of the News of

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the World may face a retrial after a jury failed to reach verdhcts

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on two further charges against him. Wonga's ordered to pay more than

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?2.5 million in compensation to struggling

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customers who received fake letters Muslim leaders and police gdt

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together to try to stop young men Thank you. I will be back at

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11:35pm. Goodbye.

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