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New claims from a former he`d of social services linking our region

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to an alleged paedophile network at the heart of the establishment.

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This was something which was alarming, that opened a Pandora s

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box. David Tombs said he raised concerns

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to the Department of Health 20 years Tahir Alam and his Board of Trustees

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at Park View Trust resign following allegations of a Luslim

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takeover plot. We are now at a stage where our

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students are asking, why do people think I am a terrorist?

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Delays on the line ` it's likely to take more th`n two

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years to assess hundreds of petitions against High Speed 2.

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Special delivery ` rare World War One planes including a pair

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And if you can't stand the heat this week is not for you `

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sunbaked fields in clear blte skies and sweltering temper`tures.

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It could soon be a reality, but not without its drawbacks.

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There have been new claims linking our region with

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an alleged paedophile network at the heart of the establishment.

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A former head of social services for Hereford and Worcester has spoken

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of how he took his concerns about a paedophile ring to bosses in the

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But David Tombs says his warnings were ignored.

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His claims back up those already made by a colleague of his hn social

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services and also by a formdr West Mercia police detectivd.

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At home in Ledbury, retired for some 20 years.

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David Tombs was once a national authority in sochal

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services, a man used to havhng his concerns taken seriouslx.

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So when in the early ?90s he heard `bout the

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case of Peter Righton, a paddophile from Evesham whose activitids

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allegedly implicated dozens of high`profile figures, he thought the

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I was told that I was probably wasting my time, that there were...

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The words used were along these lines.

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That there were ?too many of them over there?.

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Now, I was talking about paedophhlia

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I was in the Department of Health and the "over there"

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to me indicated, although the words were not used, within Parli`ment or

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David Tombs? account of a cover`up might sound f`miliar.

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That's because the case of Peter Righton ` who's now ddad `

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is linked to Operation Fairbank the current police investig`tion

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into claims of a paedophile network linked to Downing Street.

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It all started in October 1892 when West Bromwich Labour MP Tom

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Watson stood up in the Commons and asked for

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Now he'd been given information from one of Mr Tombs? colleagues, the

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former child protection man`ger Peter McKelvie. He spoke publicly

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last week, saying he believdd at least 20 prominent men were involved

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Two days later, his story w`s corroborated by the former West

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Now he claimed he had found suitcases full of correspondence

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under Righton's bed linking establishment figures to paddophilia

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and that despite the police knowing about the evidence nothing was done.

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David Tombs has described the Righton case as a Pandora's box that

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It seems to me that the one place I should be able to come to to alert

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the nation to this issue was the Department of Health.

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And it didn't look as if I was going to get any kind of response.

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Tonight, a spokesperson for the Department of Health sahd she

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couldn't comment on Mr Tombs? claims because of the imminent enqtiry

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The chairman of the education trust at the centre

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of the alleged Trojan Horse Muslim takeover plot in Birmingham schools

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has resigned along with his entire Board of Trustees.

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Our political reporter, Kathryn Stanczyszyn, is at the

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Well, Elliott, the head teacher stood in front of these eight is so

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widely pictured over the last four months and announced he was stepping

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down along with his trustees at this trust. He did not go quietlx, saying

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the message from Government is clear. You can comment on these East

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Birmingham 's and run the schools and improve them you know c`nnot be

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trusted to carry on. Ofsted downgraded three of the schools run

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by this trust last month and Mr Alam said it was a vicious attack. Ofsted

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found that the trust had bedn pushing an Islamic agenda and there

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was a culture of fear and intimidation amongst staff,

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something Mr Alam has strentously denied. In his resignation, he said

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there was no apologies, no regrets, just concern for the pupils here.

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Our grade A students are asking why do people think I am a

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terrorist? They are worrying about the impact having Park View on their

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might have on the chances of securing a college, univershty or a

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future job prospect. The trtth is that no`one cared about the children

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and young people in Birmingham when the schools were failing them

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There was little doubt eithdr of who Mr Alam blame for this. He spoke

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about Michael Gove. He said he has a profound mistrust of Islam, that is

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on public record, and that hs what has allowed suspicion to grow and

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concerns to be blown out of proportion.

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What happens now at the schools involved?

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All three trustees will now be replaced. The Department for

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Education are involved in this. Other heads from outstanding schools

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are likely to come in and hdlp run the school from September.

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How a company from Stoke is transforming the back

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of bus seats into interactive maps for the Commonwealth Games.

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It's likely to take MPs mord than two years to assess hundreds

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of petitions against the high speed rail link

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An influential Government committee has spent the day in the Midlands

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looking at sites which could be affected by the line.

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Our transport correspondent Peter Plisner is at Curzon Street in

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Birmingham, which would be the site of the main station for the project.

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Why is it going to take so long for these petitions to be hdard

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I think it is the sheer weight of petitions that have been received by

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those opposed to HS2 and indeed the hybrid bill that could clear the way

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for it to be built. At the dnd of June when the deadline passdd, 900

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petitions had been put forw`rd by people directly affected by the

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line. All of those have perlission to address the committee personally.

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That is why we will see so luch time taken. The committee was he`rd in

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the Midlands all day today `nd visited this site. This is where we

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saw plans for what will be the UK's biggest HS2 station. They also saw

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other parts of Birmingham and the area. I talked to the chairlan of

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the committee and he talked about the timescales. We would be lucky to

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do it in under two years. It depends about this petitions and sole of the

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changes we might make. Many of the petitions depend on decisions the

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committee might make. So, wd intend to deal with it as quickly `s we

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can. Did the committee meet with any of the objectors today?

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They did. They spent all dax year and went to a village badly affected

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by plans for HS2. They encotntered a small protest here and some of those

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people had put petitions in. I spoke to one of those who did spe`k to one

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of the committee members and visitors what they said. Thdy were

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very reasonable. I hope thex will take on board some of the things we

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said. What did you talk abott? I thought it was a waste of money and

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they should look at the altdrnative proposals we have put forward. It

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does rather make deadlines pretty tight if construction will start in

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2017. One or bit of HS2 news. It is highly likely the Government will

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announce that HS2 Limited, The company behind the controversial

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scheme, will move its headqtarters from London to Birmingham so that

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they can be in Birmingham to manage the construction phase of the

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project. A Birmingham man charged with

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facilitating terrorism has been West Midlands Police say 20`year`old

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Mouloud Tahari, from Sparkhhll, His mother Gerri Tahari will

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appear before a jury in September The Independent Police Complaints

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Commission is assessing whether West Midlands Police should be

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investigated following the lurder It's emerged police visited

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58`year`old Pin Chang and hhs 50`year`old wife Quoy less than an

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hour before they were found stabbed A 23`year`old man remains in

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a critical condition in hospital, The Labour Party has announced that

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former Transport Minister D`vid Jamieson has been selected

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as the candidate for West Mhdlands Mr Jamieson, who's from Solhhull,

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was MP for Plymouth The by`election was called

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after the death There have been comings

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and goings all day at Number 10 Downing Street, as the Primd

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Minister reshapes his Cabindt. And it's had some major

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repercussions here in the Mhdlands. The North Shropshire MP Owen

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Paterson has been sacked as Environment Secretary

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but there's been a promotion Our political editor Patrick Burns

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has been So, Patrick,

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not a good day for Owen Patterson? Absolutely not. I am told that

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unlike some of his colleaguds, Owen Paterson was in no mood to stand

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down. This really is a filing. Why? Partly because of his response to

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the flooding emergency. There was the failed badger cull and those

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notorious comments about Defra's handling of the measures to prevent

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TB and cattle spreading. Asked about the failure of pilots, incltding one

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in Gloucestershire, he said the badgers moved the goalposts. He has

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had a rough ride since he took over the job Environment Secretary two

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years ago from one of his fdllow Midlands MPs. He has been no

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stranger to controversy. He has been sceptical about climate change and a

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very public opponent of the Government's Same`sex Marri`ge Bill.

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Where some MPs lose out, others gain. Good news for Jeremy Wright.

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That is the way of it. Mr Wright has landed the top job of Attorney

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General, which makes in the Government's chief legal adviser. He

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is a specialist in criminal law who practised as a barrister at

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Birmingham Chambers and has been an MP since 2005. He was then the

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Minister for prison is and rehabilitation since 2012. This is a

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significant motion. Some of those tipped for thd top

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jobs? We're still waiting for details for possible top jobs for

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some of our Midlands MPs who are female.

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They are more likely to be junior roles.

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Margot James, the MP for Stourbridge, MP for West

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Worcestershire Harriet Baldwin, and Stafford Moorlands? Karen Bradley.

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It was a busy day at Number 10 Downing Street. Thank you.

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A Stoke`on`Trent technology company is helping to give passengers on

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buses in Glasgow a more intdractive Commonwealth Games experience.

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It means people with smartphones or tablets will be able to find out

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more about the Games, the vdnues and the competitors all by scanning a

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And as our Staffordshire reporter Liz Copper's been finding ott,

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This hi`tech firm's taking on companies in Silicon Valley.

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Its name is Ooh`AR and AR stands for "augmented reality".

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All this from its headquartdrs in Burslem in Stoke`on`Trent.

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What is augmented reality? Ht is a bridge between the real world and

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digital world. By pointing xour smartphone or tablet at a phece of

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packaging or piece of print or even a bus seat, we can access htge

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amounts of information. It streams to that device so customers can be

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engaged about products and services but then they can immediately start

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to interact with that content using the touch`screen to sign up or

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joining or buy things. One of the company's most hhgh

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profile projects has been l`unched The technology's being used on

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the back of bus seats in Gl`sgow. Once you switch it on, you hold it

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and it will pick the trigger lock and the information comes to life as

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you're travelling towards the city centre. You can see information on

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Glasgow and you can also tap it and it will take you to different

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websites where you can get information on what is happdning in

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Glasgow and also on timetables for other services.

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The Prince of Wales was shown how the technology works

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He was obviously entertained, but there's serious business

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In education, it will be very big. When you do your shopping, xou will

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see it in stores. Almost evdry sector of everyday life it hs going

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to touch. This innovation's part

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of a fast`moving industry Augmented reality is a big growth

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area. This is not the only company to capitalise on that potential but

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it is at the forefront of an emerging business opportunity.

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New claims from a former he`d of social services linking our region

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to an alleged paedophile network at the heart of the establishment.

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Shefali will be along shortly with your local weather fordcast.

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We drop in on the fledgling peregrine falcon

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And what connects the University of Gloucestershire with athletes

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Teenage pregnancies and sextally transmitted diseases are thhngs we

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would all rather not think `bout ` especially when it comes to

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But like it or not, teenagers are thinking about people they fancy.

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As part of our Midlands Tomorrow series, we sent Noreen Khan

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from the BBC's Asian Network to a successful project that encourages

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the fight against unwanted pregnancies and sexually tr`nsmitted

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I went along to a session in the city called Be Savvy, which

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encourages youngsters to thhnk carefully about safe sex and the

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Like, relationships and young people, because I don't think, young

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girls especially, are aware of the things they can pick up frol it

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Even in 2014, talking about sex is tricky.

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I think parents need to realise that some of their children are having

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sexual relationships, even `t 1 and 16, they should realise we will

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Friends and people feel pressure to have sex at an early age and lose

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Do you feel a lot of pressure from the media, from social

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networking sites, from peers that you should be out there havhng sex?

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Yes, a lot of the music viddos now are talking about sex, even

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in videos it is really reve`ling, girls walk around half naked.

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That is a big impact for us, you have to live with that, that is

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For girls, it makes them feel they havd to look

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like that, or act in a cert`in way to get a boy's attention.

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Someone like Miley Cyrus went from having a good image, from bding

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What do you want to say to `dults that think young people shotldn t be

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thinking about sex, let alone be talking about ht,

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If they think back to what they were doing at that age, thex were

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At a younger age, 14, peopld think they know what love is.

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I don't think they should commit themselves at 14,

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Even for me, as a grown`up, the subject of sex can be awkward,

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but perhaps we all need to think about the language we are using

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when talking about sex and how we inform the next

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Just like the birds and the bees, this is

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And if you've got a story about what it's like to be xoung

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and growing up in the Midlands, then we want to hear from you.

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You can email us or get in touch on Facebook or Twitter using

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Three aircraft, which flew during World War One, arrivdd at

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They will form the main part of a new exhibition to show visitors

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how some of the Great War w`s fought in the air.

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These aircraft, all wonders of the First World War, filled here

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in an Air Race in Coventry in the 1950s, arrived by ro`d at

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the RAF Museum Cosford, frol their usual home, RAF Hendon in London.

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A Bristol M1c and, in the lorry a Sopwith 1 ? Strutter and

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The Sopwith Pup, from the phlots' notes, was one of the best fighter

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aircraft they ever flew in, the Sopwith 1 ? Strutter could be in one

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of two roles, it was either a twin or single`seat aircraft, thd Bristol

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M1c was one of the very first monoplanes in use.

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Watching intently, some of the volunteers and staff

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that work on them in the museum s respected conservation sector.

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You couldn't have imagined we were going to war in these things,

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that is how things have movdd on, and moved on from 100 mile

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They are not my cup of tea, I prefer Second World War ahrcraft.

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But any aircraft generally, but if I had a priority,

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Anything up to the Second World War is mine.

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Take the top wing off and you have ruined an aeroplane.

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They will remain hidden frol public view for several months while minor

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This Sopwith one ? Strutter would once have carried two men

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But the amazing thing is th`t it is incredibly light, made of wood.

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The aeroplanes will form part of an exhibition there, the First World

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War In The Air, which opens in September and runs for four years.

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Peregrine Falcons nesting on the BT Tower in the heart of Birmingham

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The baby peregrine appears to be thriving and should make it's

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Our Environment Correspondent David Gregory`Kumar has been keephng

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a beady eye on the chick's first few weeks of life.

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The newest addition to Birmhngham's skyline.

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The first since the BT Tower was made more

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replicate the natural surrotndings of the Peregrine Falcons.

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That did the trick, ever since then, we have seen eggs being laid

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in successive years, unforttnately none of them have hatched, for

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These pictures are from a few weeks ago, but look how much

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He or she looks perfectly h`ppy but there are some tricky moments ahead.

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In a few weeks, this chick will fledge,

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That is a dangerous point, especially for urban falcons.

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In the wild, when it comes back after

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its first flight, it can gr`b onto twigs and branches, if it mhsses

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the nest, but this smooth`shded building means it cannot do that,

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Meanwhile, in Hanley in Staffordshire, another BT

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Perhaps as many as four chicks being raised by these peregrines.

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Back at the BT Tower and the single chick is almost ready

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Mike Tindall is to retire from playing rugby union

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The former England captain was player`coach

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at Gloucester last season, but hasn't been offered a new contract.

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The 35`year`old centre, who joined Gloucester from Bath in 2004, won 75

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caps for his country and was part of the World Cup winning team hn 2 03.

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We have had dialogue about keeping him in the cltb

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in an ambassadorial role, which I know he has spoken `bout.

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We are not pressuring him, he has a wonderful life ahe`d

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of them, new baby, wonderful wife, the world is his oyster.

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We would love him to come b`ck and be involved with the cltb.

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Two weeks today, the Commonwealth Games will be underway in Glasgow.

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And one university is helping to prepare competitors

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Nearly forty athletes from Lalawi are training at the Univershty

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A successful partnership th`t was forged two years ago at the

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This machine is helping Mal`wi's table tennis players improvd

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It is not a widely popular sport in Africa, clubs are scarce

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Malawi's players have not sden this kind of kit before.

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It spins the ball very hard, which makes us play difficult shots,

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that helps us in matches to return a difficult balls.

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We are very delighted to usd it for the first time.

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We hope the popularity will increasd and

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then we'll have the chance of having some more equipment of this nature.

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We use any table to start whth in schools, the desks of our

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schoolteachers, those who are doing better go to our training cdntre.

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The University of Gloucestershire's link with Malawi has flourished

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since the London Olympics, when four athletes came to prepare,

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this time it is nearly 40 across eight different sports.

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Part of our job is to help high`level athletes.

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The fact that we have a relationship with Malawi leans we

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It is a country which needs some support, they have great raw talent

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but they haven't the facilities and expertise that we do.

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Some of the players here pl`y professionally,

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we have some of our players in the Australian and New Zealand league.

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The girls in Malawi are willing to be professional.

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So that they can play outside of the country.

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If the Malawi team do win their fourth ever Commonwealth

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medal, the University of Gloucestershire could be taking

:25:02.:25:04.

Let's find out if we have another warm, muggy night

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We started a trend. Another beautiful day today, rounded off by

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warm evening sunshine. Tempdratures reached 22 Celsius in the south of

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the region. You can see that by Friday, those values will h`ve leapt

:25:36.:25:44.

by almost 10 degrees. That hs with increased humidity as well. That,

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coupled with this complicatdd system which is pushing up from thd south,

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will perform the perfect setup for difficult weather. Torrenti`l rain

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during that period. Covering the entire region. Back to this

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evening's sunshine, that will lead to Chris bowls tonight, latdr on, we

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will seek out coming in and out `` clear skies tonight. Ten sotrces

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south`west of the region. Wd started the day with clear skies further

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east, good early morning sunshine, the cloud will increase frol the

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West, ahead of this weakening band of rain. It is going to be ` damp

:26:46.:26:53.

afternoon, some showery outbreaks of rain and some heavy outbreaks

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towards the north of the region Elsewhere, it is largely drx.

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Temperatures will rise to 23 or 24 Celsius, more humility as wdll.

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Showers will continue into the evening tomorrow, before evdntually

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drying out. Warm and muggy conditions. That means that Thursday

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itself will be dry, hot and humid. The prime minister unveils

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his biggest ever cabinet reshuffle, New claims from a former he`d of

:27:30.:27:32.

social services linking our region to an alleged paedophile network at

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the heart of the establishmdnt And That was Midlands today, have a good

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evening.

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