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weather. Not a wash-out but stay tuned for the details.

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We have seen a massive reduction in the service we are offering to the

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community. We'll have your reaction to

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the industrial action and speak to A mental health worker is stabbed to

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death at an inpatient unit at a Gloucester hospital `

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a man has been arrested. Thousands

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of epilepsy patients could miss out on a life changing operation,

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because the NHS won't pay for it. I am very eager to have the surgery

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and then be free of medication. The myriad of midlands links with

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the mythical musical world of Oz ` And another glorious day ` you're

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probably wondering where the rain is. Well, you could be asking the

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same question tomorrow ` will it Good evening, thousands

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of public sector workers across the Around 50,000 people

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including teachers, firefighters, carers and council workers took

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industrial action over changes to Around 300 schools were either shut

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or partially closed because And nearly 3000 workers took to

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the streets of Coventry, Stoke, Hereford, Wolverhampton and

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Birmingham in organised rallies. Sarah Falkland was

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at the largest demo in Birmingham. The turn out wasn't

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as spectacular as the sunshine. Birmingham might be home to Europe's

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largest local authority, but fewer than 2,000 people took to

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the streets. Dave Pitt is a firefighter from

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West Bromwich. On paper,

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things don't look too bad for him. Four years ago, as a probationary

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firefighter, he was earning ?20,000 and now he's earning ?28,000 ` but

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that doesn't tell the whole story ` as he's struggling to pay pension

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contributions of over 14 per cent. For us it's one thing or the other,

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having the heating on or paying our pensions.

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She earned ?40,000 in 2010 but couldn't keep up with what she

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says were ever increasing demands and now earns ?5,000 less.

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The workload is never`ending. I have a young daughter. I bring her home

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and all I want to do is get on with my work because it is never

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finishing. Teachers ` even primary school

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ones ` were well represented... And for them it's not just

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about pay, pensions and conditions. The geography and history curriculum

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are very poor and I don't know who has written them. I am struggling to

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make an exciting. The government has condemned today's

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strike as illegitimate because It stands by recent pay freezes,

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arguing that the county's still clawing its way

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out of the great recession, but There is a ?10 billion in local

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authority funding. The top 1% in our society ` their wealth has risen by

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80% in the last year. They should give a little bit back.

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For many, there's just a one per cent pay rise

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Librarian Geoff Millington earned ?17,000 in 2010

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You hope that when you retire you will be able to put some money in

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the bank for your retirement. We cannot.

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There could be more strikes in the autumn, unions warn.

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Well, that was the picture in Birmingham,

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but across the Midlands there were picket lines and protests too.

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Let's have a look now at how the strike affected the region,

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we'll start with BBC Radio Stoke's Political reporter, Phil McCann.

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This town Hall was just one location in Stoke`on`Trent where there was a

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picket line today. There was another at the tax office opposite and at

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the city council headquarters. Around 200 people gathered to hear

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speeches and is to attend a rally. 41 schools have been shot across

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Staffordshire today. Many others are partially closed. Beans are not

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being collected and council buildings closed. Let's look at the

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situation in Coventry. There are picket lines across the region, the

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biggest impact here in Coventry has been on schools. 30 are closed in

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Coventry and 25 across Warwickshire. Lady Godiva, a woman who was not

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afraid to demonstrate, today overlooked a rally of the council's

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12,500 workers in the city centre. My colleague has been finding out

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what has been going on in Hereford and was to share. Unison tell me

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that there are over three hot fuzz and `` three 3,000 public sector

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workers here. There are nine schools closed in was Jewish, with more

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partially closed. `` in Worcestershire. The library and art

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gallery have been closed as well. Let's find out what it's like in

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Shropshire. Workers from the Defence Caught Group have walked out of a

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depot here to stage a rally. They are joined by union members from

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across the public sector. In Shropshire, eight schools have

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closed. The local authorities say that services have not really been

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affected. This is the busiest picket line in the county today.

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What's different has destroyed me to people here who were not able to

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stand their children to school or use council services?

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Ben Godfrey has been assessing the impact in Wolverhampton.

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at the school gate and an infant school in Wolverhampton

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Just a few classes were affected by striking NUT members ` but it

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In the city centre, we found Nicholas Baggott ` out of work for

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I have two children at home who I have to arrange childcare for. It's

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a nightmare because my other child doesn't want to go to school because

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his brother doesn't have to. In the city centre, we found

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Nicholas Baggott ` out of work for over six months and turned away from

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perusing the latest job vacancies. I'm a bit gobsmacked. I have been

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told to come back tomorrow. Jobcentre Plus told us all

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of its buildings were open today. Here, though, it appeared to be for

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those with pre`arranged interviews. There was something

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of a carnival atmosphere in St. Peter's Square, as 150 attended

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a rally over pay and pensions. It's lovely. This is a difficult

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sell to members of the public he has seen their council tax go up this

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year and also ?120 million of cuts from the city council. Would you

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like a sticker? Shaun Taylor `

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who's been unemployed for two years But when I told

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the 35 year old there were teachers My mum is a teacher. So I know the

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struggle that she goes through. The pressures, the union pressures,

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pressure from the government. At least 50 city schools

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were affected by the strike. The local authority says

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there's been minimal disruption We've had lots of comments

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about the strike on Twitter Julie Baldwin says,

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"I'd like to know whether any of the parents plan to 'fine' the schools

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involved for causing their children But Keith Morgan says, "Most

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of the people working in the private sector would give their eye teeth to

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have the terms and conditions that And Helen Pinches says,

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"I'd be unhappy if my conditions of I'm joined now by James Morris,

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Conservative MP for Halesowen Let's address that point

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from firefighter Dave Pitt in Sarah Falklands report ` he has to choose

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between the heating and paying his I don't know about his personal

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circumstances but we are reforming public sector pensions. If you look

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at the firefighters pension scheme, it would take someone in the private

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sector having to make a third of their salary in contributions to get

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a sent `` similar level of pension. I'm a long`term economic plan is on

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unsustainable footing. We have cut the deficit by a third. We have had

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to cut public spending in order to keep the nation's finances in decent

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shape. Any good news for public sector workers?

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We have the deficit down by a third, but still have a lot of work to do.

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Public sector pay is capped at 1%. Even Labour are agreeing that it

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must be capped at 1%. We are hoping that wages will be able to grow as

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the economy recovers, but we need to keep fiscal discipline. We still

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have a long way to recover from the difficulties that we inherited four

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years ago. There has been heated debate on

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social media today. One man said, it's not just teachers striking. If

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you have an issue, how about talking to MPs who have just had an 11%

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increase. MPs have had their pay frozen for

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two years. They are subject to the public sector pay freeze. No

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decisions have been made. You spent time with emergency

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services, police and mental health workers recently. You see how

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difficult a job is. Doesn't that deserve to be rewarded?

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I think it is rewarded properly. Not according to the people have ``

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to have taken industrial action today.

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I think this was an unnecessary disruption. The reality is that we

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have capped public sector pay at 1% because we need to continue the

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effort to get the deficit down as part of a long`term economic plan to

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get Britain's finances back on a stable footing.

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Thank you. You're watching Midlands Today,

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good to have you with us. A boost for Uttoxeter,

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supermarket chain Waitrose is to move onto the old JCB site,

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creating nearly 200 jobs. And working hard to help others

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unwind, the Shropshire couple who have moved from sheep

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farming to lavender growing. Police in Gloucester are continuing

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to question a 60`year`old man on suspicion of murder after

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a female worker at a mental health It happened at the

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Wotton Lawn Hospital in Gloucester Staff at this secure hospital

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gathered for a meeting this morning, 24 hours after a worker was stabbed

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to death. Police arrived yesterday morning but the female carriers

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systems could not be saved. The man arrested is in his 60s and believed

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to be a patient here. He is still in cost to this evening, being

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questioned by police. This hospital is equipped with ?88. It only takes

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patients with acute mental health problems. Today staff from the

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hospital next door it said news of the stabbing has left everyone

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shaking. Where I worked a lot of people have been shocked by what has

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happened. All the nursing staff within the hospital don't expect to

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come to work and have this sort of thing happen. It's not something

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that you would expect to happen. For those representing mental health

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workers, yesterday's attack has been disturbing news. Some of our members

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have phoned us in distress today saying they cannot believe this has

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happened. They feel worried about everyone involved, themselves, the

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families. They have never `` they never thought it would happen at

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this hospital and now they're faced with the reality that this has

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happened. The trust which runs this unit says its thoughts are with the

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family of the woman who died, what they could not comment further while

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the investigation was under way. The parents of Christina Edkins,

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the schoolgirl who was stabbed to death on a bus in Birmingham last

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year, have spoken out calling on young people to support

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the knife surrender campaign. It's hoped people will dispose

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of weapons in the roadside bins. Today's was painted purple in memory

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of Christina, her favourite colour. Her family say violent crime has a

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terrible impact on everyone?s lives. It destroys the family, plus the

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family and friends. To do this today is really nerve wracking. Wrap them

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up and put them in the bin and that could save another life. It's not

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big and it's not clever. Thousands of epileptic patients

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across the Midlands could miss out on a life changing procedure

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because of a row over funding. The Queen Elizabeth Hospital in

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Birmingham ` which is the regional centre for brain surgery has

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suspended the treatment, because it Our Health correspondent,

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Michele Paduano has more. Renovating his bathroom, David

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Knowles is getting on with life. An operation offers an 80% chance

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of a cure, but 45 minutes after confirmation

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that he was to go to hospital that He was called back

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and told it was cancelled. All of a sudden I have been

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confronted with the fact that it has been cancelled due to funding. I

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find it pretty diabolical. His company had made preparations to

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cover for the software engineer Staff cannot believe that a wrangle

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over price has left him in limbo The doctor has expressed sympathy.

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The patient is right at the heart of their considerations. In this case,

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it is clearly not the case and is very disappointing.

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I am very eager to have the surgery and then be free of medication and

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able to work to my full potential. I have no idea what that potential is.

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The surgery involves cutting out a damaged part of the brain.

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But special electrodes are implanted in the brain to check

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for electrical activity and payment for these is at issue.

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University Hospitals Birmingham has apologised that it hasn't met

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its normal high standards, but says that it is currently not

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In a statement, NHS England said, "we do routinely fund epilepsy

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The hospital said it was inappropriate for us to interview

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the surgeon. He said it was a football match between the hospital

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and NHS England. So hopefully David will eventually

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get the operation, Nearly 200 jobs are to be created by

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the supermarket Waitrose, which is The company's moving to a site which

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was owned by the digger maker JCB. It's being seen

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as a major boost to the market town, which suffered during the recession

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when some high street names left. Here's our Staffordshire reporter,

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Liz Copper. In the heart of Uttoxeter,

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this is where generations But the huge town centre site was

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flattened and has lain forlorn Now though plans to build new homes

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and a supermarket are This is an historical site which has

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been derelict for some time. Waitrose helps kick`start the

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redevelopment. From as early as 1871, the Bamford

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family were manufacturing The digger maker JCB had

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a long presence here. But as the last machine rolled out,

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to a new purpose built factory six years ago,

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there was a commitment from the I'm sure we could make more money

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doing other things than what we are doing. It really is, I don't know if

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this word is appropriate, but it's a legacy.

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The recession had a significant impact on Uttoxeter's

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high street, with the departure of some big names.

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Margaret Button successfully ran her floristry business through

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How does she feel about the prospect of a new supermarket in town?

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I am really happy about that. It is going to make such a difference to

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the town. The whole area is going to look fabulous. We already have a new

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area in town where all the shops have been taken. We just need people

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to go back into the high Street. There are also plans to transform

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part of the 22 acre site Building of the homes here is

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expected to get under way by later this year with a supermarket opening

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at Christmas. It may be set

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in the mythical world of Oz, but the musical Wicked has more than

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a few connections to the Midlands. The costumes made for the show start

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life in Warwickshire, and one of Our Arts Reporter Satnam Rana

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has ventured down the yellow Stratford Upon Avon ` home of

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the Royal Shakespeare Company ` but it's also home to this ` materials

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which make up costumes for the UK This piece of fabric is part of this

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here so you will not release the eighth.

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It's all assembled here and then shipped out to tailors

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I love it because when I put a new actor in a costume I love to see

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them perform, through their shoulders back and laugh. That is a

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real treat. The costumes are designed

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by award winning Susan Hilferty. There are over 7,000 fabrics used,

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from sequins to feathers to There are over 3,000 items of

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costume here, each fitted individually to cast members. There

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is even a bit of royalty. The embroidery crafted on this piece is

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`` was made by the same woman who works for the Queen.

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Wicked has become a global phenomenon, performed in 100 cities.

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And the UK tour stops off at the Birmingham Hippodrome

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For lead actor Liam from Coventry it's a sort of a home coming show.

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The UK tour may be bringing a global musical to the region, but our

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This is the first show that my friends from school will be able to

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watch. You get to see me do what I do now. They are all asking me when

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I'm going to stop acting. They have realised that it's my full time job

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now. it's a sort of a home coming show.

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The UK tour may be bringing a global musical to the region, but our

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region is taking its talent on and Coping with the changing weather is

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an occupational hazard for most farmers, and Shefali you've

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been to Shropshire to visit Earlier this week, I went along to

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meet Joanna and Robin Spencer who've turned their small holding into a

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rather successful cottage industry. The couple were forced to stop

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farming sheep after the foot But

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as I found out they've really had to work hard to make sure their crop

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thrives in the Midlands climate. When you think of Shropshire, you

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don't normally associated with lavender. That is unless you're

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familiar with the area. This family have been working the fields of

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purple for the best part of 20 years. They gave up a small farm

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after an outbreak of foot and mouth. In 2002, they decided to grow

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lavender instead, setting up this business here. After foot and

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mouth, the regulations were so restricted for a small holding that

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we have to think of something to do with the land. I have always loved

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lavender. I am very keen gardener. Trying to establish, without

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irrigation, is difficult. Trying to establish, without

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irrigation, is We are very reliant on the weather. We try very hard to

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count about, especially by growing British grown plants rather than the

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imported ones from abroad. They cannot withstand the weather. Their

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efforts have paid off, from what was initially just a trial planned with

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200 lavender plants, they now have hundreds of acres of fields. There

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are plans for even more. In the next five years, they hope to produce

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30,000 bunches. Joanna and Robin have built a cottage industry. I

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diversifying into areas other than just growing lavender, such as

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small`scale production and sale, they have squeezed every drop of

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potential as of this plants. When we started, we used to get our lavender

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distilled from commercial stills. That produces very nice lavender but

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we found that demonstrators were using a copper still, which produced

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a much rounder, more mellow, richer note. This is a demonstration I have

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just done, from a whole bucket of flowers. That little ribbon at the

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top is like liquid gold. It produces a ten millimetre bottle of oil that

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retails at about ?8. That is equivalent to about ?800 per litre.

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Liquid gold it certainly is. From essential oils, jams, they sell it

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all here. This `` the soothing properties of lavender make this a

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relaxing form of retail therapy. There were supposed to be some

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thunderstorms and rain today but you may have noticed that there weren't

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any. It has been a different story in the east of the country but we

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will get a taste of what is going on there over the weekend. The rain may

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hold of till Saturday. This combination of rain and showers,

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with some sunny spells in between and it should be quite humid until

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the end of the weekend. Things will turn a fresher than. If you have the

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opportunity, you should get out there and enjoy the weather. At rain

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over the weekend is going to come from this Western system. That will

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swing in from the west through the course of the weekend. Right now

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it's sunny out there with plenty of sunshine to enjoy. Quite warm as

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well. Today started with high temperatures of 24 degrees, so it

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will take some time for those to drop. A pleasant end to the day and

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then clear spells and a combination of clear spells and clouds later. It

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will be warm and smugly overnight. You can see that there is just the

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first indication of a bit of light rain there in the north`east. That

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will extend further west through the course of tomorrow afternoon. For

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most of the day it will be dry, again with plenty of sunshine in

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certain places. Particularly in the western half of the region. We will

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still manage highs of 21 Celsius in the South with light northerly

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winds. A dry night tomorrow. Saturday could be dry until that

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rain arrives from the West later at Saturday.

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Back now to our top story about strikes across the region,

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and to our reporter Sarah Falkland who's outside

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Sarah, what's been achieved today do you think?

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That's not going to go down at all well with the unions. This square

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was full of public sector workers earlier today and the mood was one

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of defiance. People want to be listened to. We heard earlier from

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Dave Prentice from Unison. He doesn't just want a quick fix. That

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would just be a sticking plaster for all the pay freeze is they have had

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to endure. He once a five`year plan with stability for public sector

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workers. Those kind of PlayStation 's which the MP quoted is not going

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to wash at all. `` play catering. Thank you. Some breaking news: A

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second man has been charged with the murder of a man in Sparkbrook. The

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Birmingham father of four was stabbed last week. I will be back at

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10pm. Good evening. with some new adventures to share

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with YOUR little ones. Please, double please.

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We're going to Dad's office today. These look really yummy.

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I'm so excited about going to school.

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