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you posted. All right, Tomasz. Thank you.

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Two are still being treated there this evening.

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Day two of an anti`war rooftop protest at a Staffordshire factory `

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When the Wedgewood troops went to war, a tribute to the men

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from the famous pottery brand who gave their lives 100 years ago.

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A unique find ` but what's the connection

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between a two`million`year`old dinosaur, Venezuala and Birmingham?

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And all talk at the moment is around ex`hurricane Bertha,

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Before that, we have pleasant weather to come.

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A care worker has been arrested after 16 people were taken ill with

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symptoms similar to food poisoning at a sheltered housing complex for

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23`year`old woman is undergoing mental health tests in a secure unit

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after being arrested on suspicion of administering a noxious substance.

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Four people were taken to hospital, and two are still being treated

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Our health correspondent, Michele Paduano, reports.

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Goldfield Court in West Bromwich allows 90 elderly people to live

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in relative independence. For the past couple of days,

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officers going about their business, officers going about their business,

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and most of the food has been removed from their homes.

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Have a the days just sitting in the flat. Something been going on, but

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it has been empty. They have set someone, so we know it is one of the

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ladies concerned. It was all right to the first part. They brought some

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back last night, and they said they would get the order back for me

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today. removed from their homes.

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It's serious. 16 people have symptoms

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like food poisoning. Four had to be taken to hospital,

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two are still inside. At Sandwell Hospital, a 67`year`old

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amputee had blood tests. Her daughter didn't want

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to appear on camera. She had diarrhoea and vomiting for

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three or four days. But it stopped and started again. She had been very

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drowsy as well. She came out of hospital at about 12 o'clock last

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night. They had taken bribes. `` they had taken blood.

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to appear on camera. Tests are now taking place to

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establish the precise cause of the illness.

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Housing and Care 21, which runs the home, says

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its thoughts are with the residents and staff in Goldfield Court,

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and it is ensuring that they are supported during a difficult time.

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A worrying time for the residents and their families.

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How can councils and care providers legislate for incidents like this?

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It is very difficult and simply, they cannot. A reputable company

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would check their staff. There may be some question around further

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signs of mental illness should have been picked up, but we don't know

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enough details. Bloody issue is that care workers are everywhere. They

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are not well paid. We have had horrific cases involving co`workers.

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`` at issue is. We have to do that social care workers and care

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workers, but the government has resisted this because of the

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logistics of running such a system that would improve this. The

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relatives must be worried? This is a place of care, and safety. There was

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one particular woman who has bipolar disorder, and she is suspicious and

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paranoia at the best of times. They have told there is nothing to worry

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about, and in fact, but something else to worry about. Thinking.

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The healing power of horticulture ` how gardening is being used to help

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A man's been arrested on suspicion of aggravated trespass

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at an anti`war demonstration in Staffordshire.

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Members of the London Palestine Action Group got

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onto the roof at UAV Engines in Shenstone yesterday morning.

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The protestors say the company is involved in supplying

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parts for drone aircraft used by the Israeli Army in Gaza.

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Our reporter Phil McCann is outside the factory now.

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Phil ` any sign of the protest ending?

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Yes, there is. Within the last ten minutes, police started taking

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direct action. Officers scoured the building behind me. They are now on

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the roof. You can probably hear helicopters above as well. The

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protesters are lying down, so what exactly is going on or is being

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said, we cannot know. To imagine that they are here, this business

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makes engines for Jones, and these have been responsible for action in

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Gaza. That is about a people here scared the building. `` engines for

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Jones. ``. Day two, and just to make sure

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no`one could get into work today, this protester chained himself to

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the building by his neck But he got into pain and broke

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himself free before being arrested. He is experiencing pain

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and difficulty, which we have The point is an immediate two`way

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arms embargo to Israel. There should be no production or

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export to Israel while it continues to make crimes against humanity

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and violate international law. More than 24 hours after

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this arterial route was closed, it is to cutting off

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businesses. The difference is

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there is no passing trade It is a busy road, and not many

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people are coming past and It is closing

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the village down because we can't People who don't know the way around

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are not coming, and yesterday, we took ?8 in the shop whereas

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we would normally take ?150`?200. But they do have some support,

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but here it has come from far away. We came yesterday from Milton

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Keynes, and came today as well. What do you think standing here

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in this rural road will achieve? If nothing else, people know I stand

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against what is happening out there. Their has been no word from the

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company themselves, although people would say that the drones they make

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engines for defending rockets from Gaza. The helicopters circling, this

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protest may be about to come to an end. Thinking. `` thank you.

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Police are calling a two`week gun surrender initiative in the West

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131 weapons have been handed in, along with more than

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The scheme has been running ahead of a law change tightening controls

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on gun ownership, with the threat of tougher prison sentences.

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Official statistics reveal that nationally,

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gun crime has fallen from 24,000 in 2003 to 8,000 last year.

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And here in the West Midlands, the number of fatal shootings have

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fallen from 17 between 2004 and 2009, to 9 over the last five years.

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So are police winning the war against gun crime?

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Our special correspondent, Peter Wilson, has been investigating.

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They look like weapons from a series of films, but all of

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these guns were stored in people's homes across the West Midlands.

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Over the last two weeks, they have been handed in to the police.

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It is a Beretta pump`action shotgun.

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Ten years ago, there were three serious gun cases

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Now tougher sentences, better police intelligence,

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and behind`the`scenes work with gang members and young people have

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The number of fatal shootings has halved, but one fatal shooting is

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This is part of an ongoing agenda around preventing crime.

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West Midlands is focusing on prevention.

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Marcia Shakespeare has helped push down those gun crime figures.

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Her daughter Letisha Shakespeare and school friend Charlene Ellis

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were killed by machine gun fire in Aston Birmingham in 2003.

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The murders made politicians commit the resources and the money

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I will only see my child when I go to the cemetery.

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Fortunately for those in prison, their family members can still visit

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them, and they are still having that hope that at the end of sentencing,

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They will have an opportunity to rehabilitate

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The reality of violent crime is no`one wins.

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I am here inside the police firing range.

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They have given me a Wembley revolver.

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The reason why so many of these guns are handed in during

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police gun surrenders is the fact that every officer in the First

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World War actually bought one of these, and if they survived, then

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they brought them home to the Midlands.

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They are also going to let me test the gun.

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And despite the fact that it's a hundred

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The National Ballistics Intelligence Service based in

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Birmingham has the technology and databases to analyse every shot

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fired in the city to give detectives the

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Each gun barrel is made, and it is rifled.

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The rifling process leaves unique marks

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The bullet, when it travels down the barrel, picks up those

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unique marks, so it is just like somebody would describe it

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Tougher sentences now mean that anyone holding a gun for someone

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with criminal intent could face a life sentence themselves.

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Smart technology plus personal bravery ` giving evidence

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in court ` all helping to keep guns off our streets.

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Joining us now is Derek Campbell, a former government advisor on gun

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crime, who's now the West Midlands' commissioner for the Independent

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And I think that is the West Midlands and had a word humility and

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the police have been doing. It is an ongoing process, and this is

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something to celebrate. It is being a year since the New Year shootings.

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How much progress to figure West Midlands Police have made tackling

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gang crimes against gangs? They have made a significant amount of

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progress. It has been supported by the extra effort made by the

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community members in actively bringing licensing, and it is that

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ongoing work is not necessarily seen by people that has brought the

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worlds we have seen today. Some people have told us they are

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concerned would be struck in the number of guns in the streets

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meaning that police resources are taken away, meaning those figures

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then go up again. I to understand those concerns. That is why for the

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last couple of years, we have made sure that community activists

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recognise we have had to take the mantle to continue to work with

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people and gangs, to go into schools, to add to the work that

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police are doing. It has not had a negative impact on policing numbers,

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but a more positive impact on the attitudes of those who wish to use

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lot about knife crime. I night is lot about knife crime. I night is

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replacing guns? Knives have always been a significant weapon of choice.

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The sad reality is we see far more stabbings and serious injuries as a

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result of knives, network that workers to continue to reduce the

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use of those weapons. `` the work has to continue. It is important not

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to be complacent. A lot of work is going on, and that is the reason we

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are seeing a significant drop. Thinking for your time. `` thank

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you. A care worker is arrested

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after 16 people are taken ill at a sheltered housing complex

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in the Black Country. Your detailed weather

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forecast to come shortly. The soldiers who were

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literally brothers in arms. The poignant reminder

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of a Worcestershire family left It was the TV gardener Monty

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Don who once said "Earth heals And it's the holistic value

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of horticulture that's helping a group of men in the Black Country

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who have depression. They've enrolled

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on a new eco therapy project, which has proved so successful

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there's now a waiting list. You can just be totally blown away

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by the colours. You would never know it, but Alan

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Wyman is struggling to cope. He lost three close family members,

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including his mum and grandma earlier this year, and tried several

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times to take his own life. Coming to this walled garden

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has been his salvation. It takes my mind off it, even if

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it is just for a couple of hours. The eco`therapy project has been

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running since April The work that gets done saves

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cash`strapped Dudley Council from hefty gardening bills,

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but more crucially, it saves the people taking part from

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sinking further into depression. It is about promoting better

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mental health in the community, and helping people who may be

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a bit lonely to help stop People may be a little worried,

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and this will help stop that Some of the men don't want anyone to

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know that they come here. Any sort of mention

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of men's problems, It is a macho culture thing, isn't

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it? You must carry on regardless `

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you know, One man said he dug his way out

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of depression, but making the decision to get

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involved is often the biggest step. Take no notice.

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Just come here. There are no comfy chairs or probing

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questions, Laquintasaura venezuelae `

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that's a dinosaur to you and me. It's been discovered

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by scientists from the University of Birmingham and the Natural

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History Museum, and is the first dinosaur to be found in the South

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American country of Venezuela. Our science correspondent, David

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Gregory`Kumar, is here to transport It fills in the gaps on a mysterious

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moment of dinosaur history. This is perhaps

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the best`known moment in dinosaur history ` 65 million years ago, when

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an asteroid smashes in to the earth The asteroid strike was

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a mass extinction event, killing off all the dinosaurs and nearly

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half of all species on earth. But it wasn't

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the first dino disaster. 200 million years ago, there was

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another mass extinction event. But here, while many dinosaurs died,

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some survived and thrived. And that's the time that this

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new dinosaur Laquintasaura Interesting thing

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about the new dinosaur Laquintasaura venezuelae

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is that it is from rocks discovered event, and it gives us some insight

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into how dinosaur communities And they seem to have

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been doing pretty well, perhaps as a result

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of the removal of groups of animals which were competing with

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them prior to the extinction. These are the first dinosaur fossils

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to be discovered in Venezuela, adding to our knowledge

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about early dinosaur evolution. They were about a metre tall,

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walked on two legs, and had long, curved tips on some of its teeth,

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eating plants but also small prey. These fossils come from a very rich

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locality that has the remains of many different individuals

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of this new dinosaur species. There is at least four, but there

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may be dozens of individuals. This suggests this dinosaur was

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perhaps living in a herd, or living in groups,

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and this may be one of the earliest evidences of fossil record

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for herding behaviour in dinosaurs. This new discovery shed more light

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on a mysterious phase To more recent history `

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100 years ago. During the First World War, 167

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workers from the Wedgwood factory in Stoke`on`Trent followed their

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company boss into the trenches. Cecil Wedgwood, who died during the

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Battle of the Somme, was chairman Now the Wedgwood Museum is creating

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a film and exhibition about the men from Wedgwood who went

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to fight in the Great War. The first time in a century, which

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would piece medallions are being manufactured at the company's

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factory in Stoke`on`Trent. A medallions were given to survivors

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and relatives of men from which would piece medallions are being

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manufactured at the company's factory in Stoke`on`Trent. 168

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medallions were given to survivors and relatives of men from Wedgwood

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who amongst them was Cecil Wedgwood, the first royal pair of

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Stoke`on`Trent, who volunteered to raise his own battalion of the North

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Staffordshire Regiment. He died in the battle of the Somme, leading men

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who included workers from his factory. Tom Birchwood is his great

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nephew. He is behind plans for a permanent tribute to his ancestor.

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`` Wedgwood. The sense of duty and service in something bigger than

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ourselves, it will make me question that I continue in the future in

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Stoke`on`Trent. It has had a positive impact. Wedgwood Museum has

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hundreds of artefacts, including letters written to his family from

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the trenches. The letters are full of vivid descriptions. Here, he

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writes, while of the grant trees looked as if they were appealing to

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the gods above. Then it came on to rain. Never was such desolation.

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Blue was one of the potters who signed up to serve alongside him. ``

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help. That is younger brother Charles did not return. He is an

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Birchwood's there. Articles today would create a Max exit is into the

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armed forces from bright, strong, motivated young people? I can't

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think of anything today that is a parallel. `` mass exodus. Ban the

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artefacts will be sold by the museum and will form a lasting tribute to

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the sacrifice made by Cecil Wedgwood and his workers.

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Many soldiers who fought in the Great War were literally

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Whole families were virtually destroyed, losing up to five sons

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Often the victims were from small rural communities.

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Bob Hockenhull reports from Kempsey in Worcestershire,

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a village that lost three brothers who left a poignant legacy behind

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The Bells of Saint Mary the Virgin,

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A century ago, the church in Kempsey was the centre

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Frank Rea and his four sons were bell`ringers here, but soon,

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He was my actual grandfather. He was shot through the lungs.

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The brothers left to go to war from this cottage.

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Outside, Michael Rea and his cousin Malcolm reflect on the tragedy

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Our family have let us down badly with a lot of information.

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We should get together and see what else we can find out.

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Whereas he could have been walking around Kempsey

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All four Rea brothers signed up to different regiments

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Ernest, the youngest at 21, died first at Flanders.

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Five months later, George died of the wounds he

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Soon after, William succumbed to the injuries he had sustained just

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I don't know how Gran sat at home with three telegrams within

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The terrible news left the Rea family desperate to save their last

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Sister Beatrice wrote to the British Army asking for help.

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Albert was removed from the horror of the trenches and served out

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It is not an unusual thing that concern that mothers should not lose

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all of their sons, particularly if they have three, four and five.

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Mothers wrote letters to the tribunal saying they'd already

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lost three sons, or they already have four sons fighting at front.

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The youngest either doesn't go, or as in this case, comes back

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The Rea family certainly left their mark on this community,

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not just in the fond memories of their fellow parishioners,

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but also in a quite literal sense up there.

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The roof at Kempsey church was repaired recently.

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Scratched on the old lead, workers found an array of signatures.

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They are classed as historical graffiti, and when the

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roof was re`laid, the graffiti was saved, and stuck on the new lead.

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Among the autographs are the signatures of the dead brothers

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etched here several years before they were killed, their

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names preserved for posterity on the church where they worshipped.

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They came up as young ones, they did that, and went off to

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Down below in the village they left behind, perhaps their

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He remained a stalwart of Kempsey despite the tragedy

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Let's catch up on the weather now. Here's Rebecca.

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The mercy before the end of the week. Things improved and the sun

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came out. Temperatures did not do too badly. It got up to 24 in parts

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of the West Midlands. Tomorrow, it is another pleasant summer day. It

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will be largely fine and dry. Some good spells of sunshine. It will get

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a little bit worse through the next few days. Today, we did see that

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cloud breaking up, and we got spells of sunshine. They have been mostly

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showers working their way through the region. There will likely start

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today at the next few days. We have a ridge of high pressure building.

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It is keeping things settled. We'll have clear spells developing. Mist

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patches here and there. It will feel fresher than last night. Loads of 12

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Celsius. Clear skies overnight means we start off with good spells of

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sunshine tomorrow. A lovely day. A chance of the odd shower, but for

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most of us, a dry day with good spells of sunshine. Cloud starts to

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come in through the day tomorrow, but temperatures at 223 Celsius.

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That cloud continues to fill in to the end of the day. `` 23 Celsius.

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Overnight tomorrow, relatively calm and quiet. Still feeling fresh with

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temperatures dropping down to 12 Celsius. By Friday, plenty of

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uncertainty. We could get showers anywhere through the day. It depends

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on the plan is working their way up from the south. Talking of a messy

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picture, by Sunday, we have the remnants of ex`hurricane Bertha, now

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a Tropical Storm Washi was to this is what it will look like. They're

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plenty of explanations on the BBC website, but this looks like the

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party will take. It could give as heavy rain. A rather messy weekend,

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I am afraid. `` the path we will take. We will return to the anti`war

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protest on the factory roof but the land of Palestine action group. What

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is happening now? The winter air, police the roof, and started to

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negotiate with the protesters. They have now put one of them into a

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heavy`duty cherry picker, and he has been by far is taken off the roof.

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This area is now surrounded by police. The helicopter is offering

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over a head. The rest of the protesters are still on the roof. ``

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hovering overhead. It seems the action is now finishing her. Thank

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you. I will be back at ten o'clock at the latest. Have a good evening.

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