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other news on the BBC News Channel, and on our website, but that is all

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Drama on a flight from Birmingham. for now. It

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The pilot who lost control as his prosthetic arm became detached.

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A pilot with a prosthetic would be really tested

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and tested hard to prove that he was capable of the job.

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And will be more capable than an able`bodied person.

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The flight, to Belfast, was carrying 47 capable passengers.

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The Jaguar E`Type back in production ` a new lightweight version that

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We wanted to build the cars as faithfully as possible

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but also using the factory where the original ones were built.

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So no more than 100 yards from where we are standing today is where

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Record results, a Staffordshire college celebrates

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And a runaway success ` Ashleigh Nelson becomes

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the first British woman in 40 years to win a European 100 metres medal.

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We had some happy tears, dancing round the kitchen.

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And so you always want your children to follow their dream.

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And warnings for rain to cause localised flooding

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are still in force for the next couple of hours, but after

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flooding it would nice to think we'd next have something like this.

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Calmer weather ahead ` it's all in the forecast later.

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A passenger plane from Birmingham went briefly out of control

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after the captain's artificial arm became detached from the controls.

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The pilot realised his prosthetic had come loose, but he managed to

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Sarah Falkland is at a flight simulator ` can you tell us

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If you look out here this is the captain's eye view of what the

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descent is like into Belfast City Airport. That is wished what he

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would seem. The 46`year`old`pilot, who's not

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been named, was sat on left He'd lost his lower left arm

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and had an artificial arm and somehow it came out and he had

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to think very quickly indeed. A mid`week evening flight

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from Birmingham to Belfast city On board the Flybe plane,

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47 passengers. They had no idea that

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their pilot had an artificial arm and that he was

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about to be tested in a potentially It was gusty night with winds

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of up to 50 miles an hour. The captain had checked

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his prosthetic arm was securely latched onto the yoke

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and switched to manual to land. But then, just before the approach,

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he noticed his arm had slipped out of its clamp, so in fact the plane

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was under no one?s control. He made a conscious decision to use

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his right arm rather than hand control to his co`pilot.

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He managed a normal touchdown, but it was followed by a bounce,

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No one was injured and the plane escaped damage.

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There are only four commercial pilots with prosthetic arms

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One man who flies after losing his arm in a motorcycle accident says

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we have to go through a really stringent testing. We scrutinised

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even more than an able`bodied person. So as a disabled person to

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prove ourselves, we have to be ten times better than an able`bodied

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pilot. Flybe say the pilot involved

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in the Belfast incident was a senior captain one of their "most

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experienced and trusted pilots". He's promised to be more careful

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about checking the attachment on his With me now is Captain Chris Rigby.

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Would you make of this question mark a bit of a surprise, I don't the

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many new tiller pilot is Captain Chris Rigby. Would you make of this

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question mark a bit of a surprise, I don't the many new tiller pilot is a

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pathetic limbs. I didn't. The incidence and so disturbing, but, in

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reality, pilots are trained to fly with either hand soap and

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interchange wasn't dangerous as such. But in this case, he was not

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controlling the thrust levers, but he asked the co`pilot to close those

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and the successful landing was completed. The passengers probably

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knew nothing about it. So wasn't intrinsically dangerous question

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mark for those few seconds the plane was out of control, the co`pilot

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could take another question mark yes. If there is something wrong,

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they take over. There are a set of formal proceedings. And stabilised

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approach we call it. Just for the moment sometime in the captain was

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not in control of the control yoke, that is not inherently dangerous.

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Briefly, what are the other bustard people becoming pilots? `` Biles.

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They are checked every year for general medical condition, that

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includes heart, blood content, eyesight and hearing. Also, colour

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blindness. They have to be able to distinguish between red and white

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bat`macro white lights at low levels. If they lose a medical

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certificate, they stop flying. Now, you're going to take us down into

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Belfast. This is just the interim report, the full report into this

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incident will be published for some time. Most of the passengers on

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board will have had no idea about the drama. For them, it would just

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have been a bumpy landing. Ten years after being saved

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from neglect and decay by a public vote, we find out how

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two Tudor buildings have been It's been described as

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the most beautiful car ever made. From the day the first Jaguar E`Type

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appeared in the '60s, it was a classic `

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its sleek styling unmistakeable. 70,000 rolled

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off the production lines Now the E`Type is being

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made again in Coventry. Here's our business

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correspondent Peter Plisner. A classic car in every sense

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of the word and one of the biggest Only a handful of cars have achieved

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such legendary status and the E`Type Originally,

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18 Lightweight E`Types were to be made to use as racing cars, but, in

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the end, Jaguar only produced 12. More than 50 years later they're

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now making the final six. And this is the prototype that's

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being unveiled in America today. It's been hand built to

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the original specifications. The new E`Types are being are being

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made here at Jaguar's Heritage Workshop and the

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man in charge of the project says we wanted to build them as

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faithfully as possible. We wanted also to use the original factory. So

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no more than 100 yards from me The E`Type production unit forms

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part of JLR's new Special Operations And today it's been announced that

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the new division will be based in this business unit on the site

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of what used to be the Peugeot car It's brings automotive activity back

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to the site after an absence Part of a ?20 million investment

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for JLR, it'll also mean more than F`Type ` the first vehicle to roll

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out of the new unit at Ryton ` will be a special version

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of the Jaguar F`Type. It'll be the most powerful

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and fastest car As for the Lightweight E`Type,

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those lucky enough to snap one up they're likely to cost more

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than ?1 million each. And Peter is with an E`Type

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enthusiast in Worcestershire now. Peter, this car has

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a special magic doesn't it? I it certainly does. This enthusiast

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tonight owns not one but two of these. This one is the oldest in

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existence. I dread to think how much it costs. This red one was used for

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the famous Italian job film. Philip Porter runs the club and has written

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a book about the lightweight you type. What you think of a project?

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It is exciting. It is tremendous. This kind of Jaguar is perhaps the

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most beautiful car ever made. The lightweight body ultimate form of a

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beautiful car. Why were only 12 made? we don't know. It might be a

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lack of demand, remarkably. But they built the 12, most were raced and

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very successfully. Million pounds does that surprise you? aid doesn't.

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I think today, with the crazy prices that are being paid for classic

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cars, it's not out of the way at all. Why are they in making six?

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Widening versions of the classic like this one? is easier to build

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these in aluminium. They are the ultimate it tight Jaguars. They are

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incredibly desirable. Isn't this a vanity project? I don't think so. Is

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tremendous publicity. But I think it shows the confidence that the

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management has in their products today. The current range I'm lucky

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enough to have one. It's a brilliant motor car. They are exciting, that

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is the keyword. It brings excitement back to the brand. Thank you. These

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are beautiful cars. In sport, the owners of the

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Sky Blues say they've paid the money they owe to the firm

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which runs the Ricoh Arena. Today was the deadline to transfer

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more than ?450,000 to ACL, following a decision by the

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Football League's Board last week. The club has

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until tomorrow to approach the Court of Appeal directly to dispute a

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judicial review ruling it has been Cheltenham man who was the first to

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swindling of Britain is about to repeat his challenge. His swamp land

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centred John O'Groats and is now running between the two places,

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really unsupported. He did not get off to the best start. He was trying

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to dig yourself a while running an trip on a rock.

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It was that anxious moment this morning when tens of thousands

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of teenagers opened the envelope containing their A Level results.

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Our reporter Liz Copper was at a college in Staffordshire, where

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And with more university places available,

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they've a better chance of getting onto the course they want.

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Waiting in line, in expectation and in nervous anticipation.

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Rhea Fenton and Josh Turnbull are students

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I need one A and two B is. I want to chemist John medicine at King's

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College. So, the moment of truth,

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had they got what they needed? The smiles said it all `

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they'd both done well. I got an a in history and see in

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media. I'm very happy about it. I got three A 's in biology, chemistry

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and maths. I'm very happy. Record numbers

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of students are expected to head to And the extra places

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on offer mean they're in a strong position ` even if they just missed

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out on predicted grades. It is my third year at college

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because I did not do so well as Joe. I came back and I have improved. I

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do not get into my chosen university, but it does not matter

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because I got what I wanted. I got into university and Manchester

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Metropolitan. I'm into not a gun, which was my first choice. I needed

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a grades. I'm happy. we have busies that the business management and

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finance. Is that the one you want? Here at Keele University,

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the clearing centre was taking 130 calls an hour

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from students looking for places on They want the best students they

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can. They all have scholarship schemes and bursaries. They have

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other offers like computers and so on to attract students. It is

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important that students take that into account. They need to look

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beyond that because the most important thing is the quality of

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the course. This year,

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with more than half a million available places at Universities,

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many students will be celebrating. It's taken ten years and millions

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of pounds but two beautiful and neglected Tudor buildings are

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now fully restored. They were chosen in a public vote

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as part of the BBC's television Our reporter Giles Latcham has

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been to see how successful When I first came here it was foul,

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it smelt. It was falling down. And now, is absolutely astounding.

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Ten years ago at Hampton Court, it all came down a viewers' vote

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and a nerve`wracking appearance on live TV.

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The Old Grammar School and Saracen's Head came out on top ` awarded ?3

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million of lottery money providing they met the daunting challenge of

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Spin macro it was wonderful that we will be the complications of having

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to carry out a project like this with such a blaze of publicity.

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But they did it and rooms that were barely safe to

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So be macro in this room, visitors, especially kids can dress up in

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Judah clothes. They can learn about the elaborate construction of this

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magnificent building. You can even hear from the prosperous Tudor

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merchants who built it. But there's a new wing here,

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used by slimmers and Brownies ` a shop, and a cafe, steel and glass

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alongside wattle and daub. You can see the steel and the timber

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work. But most of it, the Tudor timber framing uncovered and made

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fresh and new. But 20,000 visitors

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a year can't be wrong. Hit would you do it again? I have to

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say yes. I probably would. Yes. It's just wonderful. But it depends on

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the possibilities that other people see in the building. And continue

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the work all the way down the line. The small Worcestershire village is

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now a bustling Birmingham suburb. But this view hasn't changed

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in 500 years, and because enough people cared, it will

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survive for generations to come. Drama on a flight from Birmingham `

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the pilot who lost control as Your detailed weather

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forecast to come shortly. The hives starting to thrive once

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again thanks to bees brought in old`fashioned but thriving, the

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country markets where stallholders A Stoke`on`Trent athlete has become

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the first British woman for 40 years to win a 100 metres medal at the

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European Athletics Championships. Ashleigh Nelson took bronze

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in the final last night, to go with the Commonwealth relay medal that

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she won a couple of weeks ago. It was 11 seconds that

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Ashleigh Nelson had waited her whole The 23`year`old from Stoke on Trent

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has long been tipped Last night in the 100 metres

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at the European Championships, The macro it has taken a lot of

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persistence and belief from people around me as well as myself. I can't

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say thank you enough to my support team. My coach, my psychologist, my

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parents, my friends. Everybody. It's a race that's been watched more

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than a few times at For her parents, Ashleigh's

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success is still sinking in. We had some happy tears. We danced

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around the kitchen. It's her dream. You always want your children to

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follow their dream. And it almost becomes at your dream, too. it makes

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me so happy that she has listened and followed her heart. She has done

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exactly what she wanted to do. She has gone out and shown everybody

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that she can do it and I'm very, very pleased.

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Still at school, aged 14, she'd just smashed the under`15

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I'd like to achieve everything, really. If that's possible.

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Ashleigh still competes for City of Stoke, the athletics club she's

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Her first coach has now retired, but they still keep in regular touch.

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It's excitement, pride, pleased. Everything. All the emotions went

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through me. It was a fantastic moment is either get that individual

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glory she's been seeking for some time. you could see how much it

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meant to me. It was surreal. I believed I could do it, but, I

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think, when it actually happens, it's a different story altogether.

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It was amazing. On Sunday, she is expected to be part of the British

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women's 100 metres relay team. It is likely she will add another medal to

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a growing collection. Hereford United are on the verge of going out

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of existence tonight after creditors reject their deal on debts. They

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face another winding up hearing on the 1st of September. They owe

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?170,000 in tax with total debts of around ?1.5 million.

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England's women have reached the Rugby World Cup final

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for the fourth time in a row, as they outclassed Ireland in Paris.

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Ireland took the lead before Worcester's Rochelle Clark

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got England on the scoreboard with a try.

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Ten of the 26 strong squad play for Worcester or Lichfield.

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The final takes place on Sunday evening.

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I want to play as long as possible and at the moment I feel I'm at my

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peak, so I'll keep going and I won't stop until I lift that trophy.

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Our goal right from the beginning was to make it through

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We're gradually building as a team in our performances, so we'll go

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away and look at the things that we need to pick up on from this game.

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Most of us buy the majority of our produce from supermarkets.

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But there's still room for small local markets, originally

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set up by the Women's Institute nearly a hundred years ago.

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Stallholders pay a one off fee of just five pence to join.

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And most say although they don't make a lot

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Ledbury. The town in Herefordshire of 10,000 people and home to one of

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the UK's 300 country markets. Stallholders and customers are here

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for the chat as much as they are It's friendly. You get to know many

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people who come here. You feel like you're part of the community. We are

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moving into a world where people really appreciate things local. And

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identify with that and want to support about. A lot of people come

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here for that. The first country markets were set

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up by the Women?s Institute in 1919. All the produce sold was grown

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locally by ordinary people. Today, Ledbury's is celebrating

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its 70th birthday. Help was needed for both town and

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country folk. It was to make more money. They set up these markets are

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the could sell their surplus fruit and vegetables and chickens and

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rabbits. Today, Ledbury's is celebrating

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its 70th birthday. Its mission to provide good quality,

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affordable, local produce remains. To get involved, stallholders have

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to make a one off pavement 5p. That would be what the average man earned

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in a day when the markets were set up in 1919.

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Angela Blundell has been selling flowers, plants and shrubs here

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She grows them in her garden a few miles away at Upper Colwall

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and can't praise the Country Market movement highly enough.

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I thoroughly enjoyed atmosphere of the country markets. By customers

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become great friends. It is a lovely medium to talk to people. The macro

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and with an estimated 150 regulars, there is plenty of opportunity to be

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sociable. And all those flowers

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and local produce need a healthy Bees have been having

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a very tough time for a while now. But after a disastrous few years,

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there are signs our hives are Our Rural Affairs Correspondent

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David Gregory`Kumar has been At the Ludlow Food Centre it's

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all about local produce. From nearby, or, even better,

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direct from the Earl of Plymouth's But their honey harvest has

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been pretty poor recently. It was getting to the point where we

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are looking at a very empty warehouse where the money should

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have been. We didn't quite run out, but we were close.

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In a controversial move, the estate spent ?10,000 importing

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Italian bees to replace the more than 100 hives they lost.

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And a year on it's a gamble that's paid off.

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This is a honeyless comb from a year ago.

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In fact, across the Midlands it's been a better year for bees.

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It is far too early to say that these are back. But after a fairly

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poor harvest this year, the 130 hives on the sheer on this estimate

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have gone on so produce much money. At Stoneleigh in Warwickshire,

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the British Beekeepers Association tracks the percentage

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of hives we lose in winter. There is good news in as much the

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latest figures say there was a reduction of 10%. In saying that, it

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is not all good news, because 15 years ago, or even less, the average

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was about 5%. So we still have double the loss that we normally get

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through the winter. Back with the Ludlow Food Centre

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hives, they know this is just the It has been a good year, don't get

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me wrong. Largest good for honey, it has been warm nights, continuously

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steady for the Bees. But I would not say we are out of the mire.

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But these are strong, healthy, honey`producing hives.

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And we haven't seen that for a while.

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A distinct Autumnal feel today ` is summer over already, Shefali?

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So the macro it is horrendous out there. That is, what is not here

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officially. At least not for the next month or so. Unfortunately,

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it is looking for the next few days. We have the shower is dying out for

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tomorrow and also for Saturday. They were written by Sunday so it is

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turning better by then. Some heavy rain and showers due to a deep area

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of low pressure sitting out to the north`east of Scotland. The isobars

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around that are quite tight, this means the wins will pick up and we

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may get the knock`on effect turning things slightly cooler. For the next

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couple of hours, we still have a warning in force for some heavy

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downpours. This shift is moving towards the east, the emphasis is

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there. But these downpours, these heavy showers could crop up

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anywhere. Your financial, through this evening, once we have had the

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worst, it becomes better. The skies are clearing, a lot drier. Towards

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midnight and into the early hours temperatures will be down to about

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nine to 10 Celsius. For the eastern half of the region, Southern

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counties, too, perhaps a degree higher.

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dry weather and we have also some sunshine. Overall, a dry

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high pressure will build into Friday high pressure will build into Friday

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Sir Cliff Richard has dismissed an allegation that he sexually

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assaulted a young boy more than 20 years ago as "completely false".

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Bun Britain drops further supplies in northern Iraq.

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And drama on a flight from Birmingham `

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the pilot who lost control as his prosthetic arm became detached.

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And the Jaguar E`Type back in production `

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