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Hello and welcome to Midlands Today. The headlines tonight:

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The murder of an innocent schoolgirl on a bus

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could've been avoided, according to a new report into her death.

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There were enough signs, enough risks, in people who did wave

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warning flags, but not enough people listening.

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Claims that Alan Henning, a British man taken hostage

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in Syria, was there with a Worcester`based charity.

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We expose the pension scam that s left hundreds facing

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We meet the Shropshire man trying to save his 16th century chhldhood

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Whether I finish it before the end of my time, who knows, but the idea

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is to get it liveable and gdt the house safe and secure.

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And Friday's northern lights at Broadway Tower left a lasting

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impression and a wonderful reminder of last week's weather, but could we

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One thing's for sure ` it's warming up.

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Medics, police and prison sdrvice staff have all been criticised

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in a report into the murder of a schoolgirl who was stabbed to

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Christina Edkins died on thd top deck of a bus in Birmingham at

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the hands of a stranger, paranoid schizophrenic Phillip Simel`ne.

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He had been released from prison only weeks before, but

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mental health professionals admit he'd slipped through their net.

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The report says Christina's death could have been prevented

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Her family describe it as meaningless and avoidabld.

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Christina Edkins, making her way to school just two

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Phillip Simelane, living rotgh, tormented by mental illness.

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Their paths crossed on a rush hour bus in March last year.

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The result ` Christina's de`th, tragic and needless.

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But her family say her killdr should never have been walking the streets.

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I think it is quite clear that more than a year before Cristina Plazas

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macro death, there were manx opportunities to recognise that this

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person needed to be held in a hospital, and kept in a sectre

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place. The authors

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of today's report disagree that the killing was predictable,

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but accept the warnings werd there. We did find that there were mist

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opportunities for him to receive health care for his mental health

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problems, and therefore concluded that her killing could have been

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prevented. Simelane had been released from

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prison just three months earlier. In another prison, HMP Hewell,

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serving a sentence for thre`tening to kill, he was judged psychotic

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but discharged without a care plan. In the three months after hhs

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release, there is no record of contact between him, his GP and

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mental health professionals. He slipped through our net, in that

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we did not assess him as behng at the level of risk that he clearly

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went on to pose to members of the public and Christina.

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In another prison, he was jtdged psychotic, but released without a

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care plan. Give any fact that he had bden

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discharged from prison, the fact he only had three days of

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anti`psychotic medication and was living rough and under no mddical

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supervision, it was certainly predictable back at some pohnt, some

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kind of violence would happdn. Similar aim, from Walsall, hs locked

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up indefinitely. His mother says when she tried to get him hdlp, she

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wasn't listened to. Not enotgh listening, not an absorbing, and it

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costs Christina Edkins her life Joining me now is the

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Conservative MP for Halesowdn and Rowley Regis, James Morris,

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who is the Edkins' family MP. I think this is a shocking `nd

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devastating report with a lhtany of failure around the mental hdalth

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care of Phillip Simelane, which tragically led to the death of

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Christina Edkins, and my thoughts are very much with Christin`

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Edkins' family and friends tonight, who are still suffering the

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devastation of the loss that they suffered. What can you do now?

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Because there are many people and agencies involved in this, so how

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can they be brought to accotnt, and will they? In my position as chair

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of the All Party Parliament`ry Group on Iran, I am calling for a

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parliamentary debate on this report, because I think it raises

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some very important issues that need to be addressed.

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We are urgently calling for meetings with ministers to make sure the

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recommendations outlined in this report are implemented as swiftly as

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possible, so we do not find ourselves in a situation ag`in which

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could lead to the loss of innocent life. There are 51 recommendations.

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Artisanal Bulloch, including prisoners' health records to be

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shared with GPs after release, but there have been a lot of ch`nges to

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the health service, the probation service. How can you make stre these

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agencies are going to start talking to one another?

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I think one of the key recommendations in this report is

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that we need to have a lot lore sharing of information and darly

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diagnosis of problems beford they become more serious. Phillip

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Simelane was looked at in prison, but unfortunately, his records were

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not then shared with police and probation. We need to get bdtter,

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joined up working with the police, probation service, mental hdalth

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services and social services in order to make sure that we deal with

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these problems in a timely fashion. Thank you very much.

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A cracking start for the Villa, four games in and still unbdaten,

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leaves them second in the Premier League table.

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It is believed the British `id worker Alan Henning, who has been

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threatened with beheading bx terrorists in Syria, had bedn part

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of a convoy led by a Worcester `based charity. Mr Henning was able

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volunteer on a mission to ddliver aid including the charity Al`Fatiha

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Global. What more do we know? As you mention, he had been on this

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convoy with this charity, b`sed in Worcester. Here he is in front of a

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vehicle in the convoy, which was taking aid to Syria. Their

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headquarters are registered with the Charity Commission as being at a

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domestic property in Harrington Road in Worcester. We sent a reporter

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there today and knocked at the door. A woman answered and said they did

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not wish to comment, so we did not get any comment from them at all. We

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also know that Alan did not travel from Worcester itself, but from

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Bolton, where he had been on convoys from before, and he had also been

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known to a BBC reporter, who we talked to earlier.

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I was actually introduced to Alan as Gadget, which was his nickn`me,

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because he was good with gadgets and technology. He is a funny m`n, a

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very kind man. I only spent a brief amount of time with him, but that

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was confirmed by everyone that knows him.

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And I understand that the charity is being investigated? That is right,

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they are being investigated by the Charity Commission, who havd

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monitored and since last ye`r. They launched their investigation

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this March, saying they werd concerned with the way it is being

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run. In detail, they said they wanted to look at whether the

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trustees are effectively discharging their duties under charity law, with

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particular regard to the proper accounting for the income and

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expenditure of the charity, and also, the management of the charity

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in accordance with the law, and I did ask the Charity Commisshon today

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whether there had been any progress in that investigation. They said it

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was ongoing, but did not wish to comment any further. Thank xou very

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much. A man has appeared in court

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in Wolverhampton accused of murdering a woman in Smethwick

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earlier this month. The body of 47`year`old

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Glynis Bensley was found in 20`year`old Zoheb Majib who lives

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in the street, was arrested in connection with her

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death on Thursday night. Business leaders are vowing to do

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all they can to help workers threatened with redundancy

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following the announcement that the Staffordshire mobile phone

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retailer Phones 4 U has gond The business was founded

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by the Stoke entrepreneur Staff were given a briefing

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about the company's prospects when Nationwide, it's thought more than

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5,000 jobs are at risk ` 500 of them based at the firm's headquarters

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in Newcastle`Under`Lyme. What we have got to do is to set

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this news against what is a very buoyant economy here in

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Staffordshire. We are creathng jobs at really quite record numbdrs, and

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of course, we know that unelployment levels are down to almost 2007

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medals at the moment. Joining me now from

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Newcastle Under Lyme is Rob Hunt from the administrators

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Price Waterhouse Cooper. So, what is the likelihood

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that jobs can be saved? Well, it depends what we achieve

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over the course of the next 24 48 hours, as we seek to have a number

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of conversations with mobild network operators, and hence whether we can

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reopen some of the stores. Our staff going to be paid? That is one of the

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crucial questions. We have said to staff this evening that we will do

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our absolute utmost to raisd the necessary funds to pay them what

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they are due, and I have gone in front of all of the staff that

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remain here tonight and said that. I said that to the remaining people as

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well. I know how critical it is to make sure that those people are paid

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what is due to them, so that will be one of my biggest priorities during

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because of tomorrow, to makd sure that we have got the funds to pay

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them. This all seems to havd come completely out of the blue. How have

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staff reacted? Well, there was a real sense of shock and a lot of

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emotion around the phones four U offices, and I'm sure throughout the

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store network during the cotrse of today. Staff have been very good,

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help does during the course of the day, and we are very grateftl for

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their support, but there is clearly an enormous amount of shock and

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uncertainty throughout the whole of the business. Thank you verx much.

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Finance experts are warning people to beware of so`called Penshon

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Liberation schemes which promise to release money from pension pots

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Hundreds of people have been persuaddd to

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cash in their pensions before the age of 55, only to find they're

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In a special investigation for BBC Inside Out, Andy Akinwolere

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found four out of nine scheles he contacted gave misleading advice.

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When we take out a pension, it's all about securing our future. @ nest

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egg for retirement. But what happens if I want to cash mine in bdfore I

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am 55? According to some colpanies, age is no barrier. Sounds

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liberating. In fact, that's what they call it dashed Pension

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Liberation. When John, not his real name, needed to free up somd cash,

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he wasn't short of others. One seemed particularly appealing. I

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have been unemployed for about two years, hardly earning money. I have

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a wife, two kids, and I was struggling really badly fin`ncially.

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In debt. And it basically offered up to 50% of your pension fund, and

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before the age of 55. The scheme freed up ?47,000 in cash, btt

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John's relief was short livdd. First, the pensions regulator and

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then the High Court ruled hd had taken what was called an

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unauthorised payment. The great thing about pensions is that they

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are taxed efficient. In othdr words, we get tax relief on them to

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encourage us to save. But there are strings attached. If you trx to cash

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yours in before you are 55, cutting those strings will cost you a

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fortune. You will have to p`y up to 70% of what you get back in tax But

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our companies setting out to mislead, or just being short on

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facts? I am hoping if you c`lled will help me find out. We h`ve

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chosen a selection of companies at random, and I am a state pensions

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expert to listening. Hello there. We have made it clear I am unddr 5 ,

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but need cash and faxed. Yot switch your pension fund, and you will

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receive 20% of the value of your investment. It is a scam. That is

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Pension Liberation, whatever name they put on it. In fact, thd nine

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companies be contacted online and on the phone, four of them gavd

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misleading advice. So what hs the pensions regulator doing about it?

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We have raised awareness with the police. The important thing now is

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to raise awareness with consumers. The message we need to get out to

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consumers is that if anyone up as you access to your pension scheme

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before 55, they are telling you a lie. You need to walk away very fast

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indeed. A lesson the victims are learning the hard way.

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And Inside Out will have more on this story as part

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of their Pension Special tonight at the usual time of 7:30

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A report finds the murder of schoolgirl Christina Edkhns

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could have been avoided if her killer's mental health problems had

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Your detailed weather forecast to come shortly.

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Proof that you're never too old to enjoy sport `

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we meet the racquetball plaxer still going strong aged 92.

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And 20 years of making people laugh ` we're at the club which

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Imagine your cherished childhood home was falling down.

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That's the dilemma faced by one Shropshire man.

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Stuart Lawrence was brought up in a timber`framed 16th century

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But it's now uninhabitable, so he's been forced to live in a caravan

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Old Hall in Old Marton near Ellesmere ` one of the finest

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Owner Stuart Lawrence grew tp here and wants to move back.

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It's a lovely area of the country to grow up in, and the house w`s

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certainly interesting as a child, as you can imagine, growing up in an

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old house. It can be a bit spooky at times.

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But the farmhouse is in serhous disrepair.

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While he finds the ?150,000 to fix it, Stuart is forced to livd

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You can only live in a mobile home for so long, but the idea rdally is

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to try and get it in a lovable state again. I am sure there will always

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be ongoing work to do, and ht is whether I finish it before the end

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of my time. Who knows? Stuart inherited the property from

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his late parents Norman and Brenda. The property is on the

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English Heritage At`Risk Register. Old Hall Is A Bit Of A Mystdry. Most

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Homes Have Belonged To The Same Estate In The Past, or staydd in the

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same family for generations. But most of the property here h`s been

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lost. The Property Is On The

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English Heritage At`Risk Register. But it hasn't

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the funds to help restore the hall. Under the watchful eye of

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English Heritage, Now, Stuart must turn

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his attention to the There is nothing nicer than a great

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big open fire, and it reallx gets you nice and toasty in here.

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The house needs replumbing, rewiring and decorating.

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With fewer grants available, the task of preventing historic

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houses from decaying will f`ll increasingly to private owndrs.

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At least the future of this grand old building does seem assured.

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Christian Benteke has thankdd the Villa fans for all

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In tonight's sport, the golfer who has won a trip to outer space. But

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first, more good news for Aston Villa.

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Christian Benteke has thankdd the Villa fans for all

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their support as he battles to recover from a ruptured Achhlles.

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The Belgium striker has been out injured for the past five months.

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But that hasn't stopped Villa from making

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Today, I've been to meet one of thdir

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Villa fan Chris works can h`rdly believe his good fortune. While he

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is enjoying a great season, his favourite football fan is gdtting

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off to a great start in the Premier League. They have played for, and

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scored four, and they are lxing second with ten points. You and Ian

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Bell must be pinching themsdlves to see Villa doing so well. We are

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actually. I text him, saying what you think are the result? Hd was

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buzzing. So it is just by The Stig, and hopefully we can continte it. It

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is early days, but who knows what is going to happen if they continue

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this form. Chris isn't the only Villa fan

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wearing a big broad smile. @ big party kicked up at Anfield on

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Saturday night, as maintained its excellent recent

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record against Liverpool. No wonder they were jumping for

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do that, we will have a good season. On Saturday, Warwickshire are at

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Lord's. Chris works will have one eye on beating Durham, and one ear

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on the game between the land Arsenal at.

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And they were not the only winners at the weekend. Indeed.

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There were two excellent victories kills. Coventry City went fhrst and

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League 1. 11,000 people watched their second match back at the Ricoh

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Stadium. Delight as well call waltz all, their first win of the season,

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3`1 against Preston, and stopping Burton Albion.

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The League 2 leaders beat York city session.

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Not short of He has played in the studio room,

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and then in six months, he hs playing in arenas. Until thd Glee

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Club opened in 1994, the only way most people in the West Midlands or

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comedy was on TV or at the Comedy Store in London. It was aftdr a

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visit to the capital that the club's founder decided if it could

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work there, it could work in Birmingham as well.

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Obviously, the naysayers sahd, oh it is a cosmopolitan London thhng, but

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my light bulb moment was, absolute nonsense. It will work outshde the

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capital. And what better pl`ce for me than to choose, basicallx, the

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second city? Over the past 20 years, some of the biggest names in comedy

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have taken this walk onto the Glee Club staging Birmingham, from

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Michael McIntyre to Peter K`y, John Bishop to Lee Evans. At the time, no

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one watching them had any idea that they were soon to become thd next

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comedy superstar. Hello. Yes, one person conthnued the

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clapping! After two decades, Glee Club is

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firmly established on the comedy circuit, and this weekend, some of

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the up`and`coming big stars took to the stage to help with the birthday

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celebrations. The Glee Club chain is for le, the

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best comedy clubs in the cotntry. Particularly on Friday and Saturday

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night. They have got a very good way of not having people in there you

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don't want to play too. Thex are very... A lot of people think comedy

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is like pillars and stuff, but that kind of ruined the night. The best

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way to run a comedy club is to see how the Glee Club do it and then

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copy that. Currently back on the road touring,

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Jasper carrot has seen plenty of changes to the comedy circuht in his

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40 year career. 20 years ago, comedy clubs were very few and far between.

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Now, practically every vill`ge has one. It is great to go in the Glee

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Club, and I have just come `long and turned up, they put me on for 1

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minutes and I try out new m`terial. It is an essential part of

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entertainment now. Comedy is massive.

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With the 20th birthday celebrations over, planning is underway for

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Christmas. The next big comddy superstar could be performing on

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this very stage. Here is the weather now.

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If today is anything to go by, you can see their Arbour alreadx subtle

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changes to the weather this week. It will be showery at times, whth some

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rain as well, and much cloud to be had, but I do not think the rain is

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too much of a problem, conshdering has been very dry in recent days. We

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have got some sunny spells on offer, and the main thing is, it whll turn

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warmer by mid week. Temperatures by the end of the week could rdach the

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mid`20s, but that is more lhkely be further south you travel. Some misty

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nights and mornings, quite damp conditions. Low pressure on the

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outside influences these showers, and you can see that there will be

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some frontal systems circul`ting as well. As we head into tonight, it is

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an example of what I've just been talking about. We got some showers

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floating across the region, quite widespread in places, and you can

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see from the darker sense is that some of them could be on a heavy

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side, but a lot of dry weather in between, and eventually, thd shadows

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will start to fade away, le`ving a dry ends of the night. But puite

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damp conditions, and also won one, which will encourage the mist and

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fog patches to develop towards dawn. We are looking at loads of `round

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ten to 13 Celsius overnight with light winds. A misty morning

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tomorrow, but that mist will slowly start to live, and that is because

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the winds alight. Once it does, we are into cloudy conditions `gain

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just like today, and another batch of showers starts to gravit`te up

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from the south. These could be on the heavy side, but they ard well

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scattered, and could be somd brightness and even sunny spell

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between the afternoon. That will lift temperatures will South West up

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to 21 Celsius. Quite light winds there, feeling pleasantly w`rm in

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the sunshine. And again, we have much and again, we have mord showers

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to content with tomorrow night, which will gain patent, leaving us

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with misty, cloudy conditions. You can see from those green centres

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that some of these could turn into thunderstorms. These will f`de

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during the morning on Wednesday Again, a 1 night tomorrow nhght

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with lows of just 14. Tonight headlines: Competing visions

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from Alex Salmond and David Cameron, who is on his last

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scheduled visit to Scotland before voters go to the polls.

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The murder of an innocent schoolgirl on a bus could have been avoided

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according to a new report into her death.

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That was the Midlands today. I will be back at 10pm. Enjoy the rest of

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your evening. Goodbye.

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