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The headlines tonight: so it is goodbye from me,

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Denied full treatment by thd NHS, the cancer patient trying to raise

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Initially very frustrating `nd I think probably we were very angry.

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As twenty people a day die from pancreatic cancer,

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we'll be asking why Chris Whnters has been denied funding:

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Caught in the act ` the bungling art thief trying to

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For this guy to think he cotld get away with stealing one

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of our sculptures, let alond try to put it under his jacket and walk out

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A warning that farmers could stage more blockades in protest

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A bygone age, but this steal train's extending its route

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And are we heading for blue skies or grey clouds and thunderstorls

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There's certainly plenty gohng on in the next 24 hours with

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It's the cancer with the worst survival rate `

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pancreatic cancer kills 23 people in the UK every day.

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Only three percent of those diagnosed live

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for five years ` a figure that hasn't improved for 40 years.

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But one drug that has been found to extend life

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for up to two years isn't available on the NHS because it's too costly,

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Because of this, one terminally ill Worcestershire

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man is making his own fundr`ising efforts to pay for his treatment.

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When he was diagnosed beford Christmas, Chris Winters did not

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think he would even see the summer. My initial thought was could I not

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have got a different one? Why the one that is so almost insur`ble

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Pancreatic cancer has the worst survival rate. `` in in dur`ble

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They are trying to raise ?50,00 to pay for a drug. We were verx angry.

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But she gets to a position where you are not going to change where we are

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at the moment so you best gdt on with it and do what you can do about

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it. Since under's husband dhed to mag years ago she has been

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campaigning for more awarendss and research into pancreatic cancer It

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receives only 1% of overall cancer funding. I think it is becatse it is

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the hardest cancer to diagnose and it mimics the symptoms of other

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illnesses such as gall bladder problems. And so the funding for it

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is not fair because it is so hard but that needs to change. S`ndra's

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campaign gathered 100,000 signatures, enough to bring on a

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debate in Westminster where one MP also raised the issue of thd

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experimental drug. This is the first advancement in some kind of

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treatment and pancreatic cancer in 40 years. And it looks likely that

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it will be rejected. It is ` disgrace. The body which approves

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drugs for use on the NHS has not made a final decision on thd drug

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but in its draft guidance it says the drug is too costly and has

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limited benefits. That is, ht does not extend life by a great deal

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Until it makes its final decision, NHS England has the say so. NHS

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England says that the decishon on whether or not to approve the use of

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the treatment is based on clinical evidence of its effectiveness and

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benefit for the patient. Chris is hoping to benefit from his family in

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the time he has got left. Well joining us now from our London

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studio's is Ali Stunt from the Pancreatic Cancer Action Ch`rity.

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Good evening to you. Does Chris It does not. Sadly the access to

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this drug is very limited. Throughout the United Kingdom not

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just in England. And the drtg has been licensed for use in certain

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patients, patients whose disease has spread beyond the pancreas but I

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possibly be funding bodies `re not recommending that it be funded. ``

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unfortunately. Patients can only get it when their oncologists apply to a

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fund to access it. Is there anything you can do? We have been. You have

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seen the clip from the debate and there are thousands of people who

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are supporting us in trying to of the lack of treatments for

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pancreatic cancer. The survhval rate has not changed in over 40 xears and

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one of the things that pancreatic suffer `` can go to cancers of the

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Somme is lack of investment and we see that in terms of the lack of

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offers we have for patients. `` options. It is one of the only new

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options that we have had for patients. It is so difficult to spot

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in the early stages, isn't ht? It can be. A lot of people refdr to it

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as a silent killer but we do know that patients in one of our

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replacement surveys have actually experienced symptoms are dud to mag

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years before their own diagnosis and unfortunately in the early stages as

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a San Fran alluded to it can mimic very other `` many other benign

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diseases. Good to have you with this

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evening here on Midlands Today. find out why that's not exactly

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the whole picture. Police are searching

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for a brazen thief who walkdd into a Birmingham art shop `nd tried

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to make off with a painting The man walked out of

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Castle Galleries at the ICC with the picture under

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his arm after failing to hide it, It is definitely no Thomas Crown

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affair. Watch as the man

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in your picture takes a look at the paintings in the Castle Fine

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Art Gallery in Birmingham. He looks, he looks again, and then,

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no it just won't fit. Fortunately staff were watching

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and grabbed the painting back just We couldn't believe it

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when we saw it. It is so funny and for

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the guy to think that he wotld get And this is the artwork safd and

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sound where it is supposed to be. It is part of a series

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of works called Never Forgotten which were created

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by the artist to commemoratd the And some of the proceeds ard going

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to the Royal British Legion. The images are pretty clear

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and the police are now very keen to There is a funny side to it and

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there is a very serious sidd to it. The person has tried to ste`l

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a piece of art and we do need to trace that person

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and thanks to the cracking system they have installed in here we

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should be able to do that. And while we were in the gallery,

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a couple from Gloucestershire heard about the story and decided to buy

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the almost stolen artwork. We thought it was

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a very fitting thing to do, was to support the British Legion

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and particularly buy the ond that So you have actually made

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off with it in the legal manner But if you do know who he is then

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West Midlands Police would More than 100 British Imams,

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Muslims, MPs and organisations have signed a letter appealing to

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the Islamic State to releasd Alan Henning, the aid volunteer

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held hostage by IS in Syria. Those holding him

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have threatened to behead hhm Mr Henning was helping to ddliver

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aid to Syria with a Worcestdr`based More than a quarter of

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the leading Muslims who've lade the Earlier I spoke to one of them,

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Dr Khurshid Ahmed from the Bahu Trust charity and began

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by asking him what message they re We are pleading with them not to

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continue with We hope that for the sake

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of humanity, the world over, they will desist from this `nd they

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will release this person who has Can you put into words what ordinary

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peace`loving Muslims think about Islamic State

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and what they are doing? They are absolutely disgustdd

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at what they have seen so f`r. They vehemently disowned it

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and reject it. We have issued statements

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as community representatives, as imams and leaders,

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disowning ISIS and disowning this particular ideology which, `s I

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said, is a threat to world peace. How is this affecting the Mtslim

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community here because, as I understand it,

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there has been an increase The negative

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of course is that Islamophobia is But at the same time it is `ctually

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making people think about this issue and making people just not sit back

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but rise up against it. And that I think is a posithve

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outcome from these atrocious acts And we hope that this confidence

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that the community has of standing up and being cotnted

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does persist and that we will get a lot more vociferous condelnation

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and mobilisation of the comlunity Dairy farmers could once ag`in start

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a campaign of blockades and protests aimed

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at businesses across the Midlands. The price farmers are paid

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for milk is continuing to f`ll and they say each price cut costs

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them thousands of pounds. Our Rural Affairs Correspondent

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David Gregory`Kumar is in Market Drayton where farmers are

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meeting this evening. We haven't seen cuts like this for

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a while, David, so what's going on? Nick, dairy is by far the bhggest

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part of agriculture in the Lidlands Production globally is up

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so there's lots of milk sloshing Russia have banned western food

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including ?2 billionof European dairy products,

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further depressing prices. And finally

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a supermarket prices war at home. Three problems producing

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one result ` lower prices. And speaking of three probldm,

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in half a century a family farm never had a cow give

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birth to triplets before. But Nick,

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Mary and David are all doing fine. The farm's finances are not

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in such good shape after consecutive Well, this last couple

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of months we have had a couple And as from the 1st of October,

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we are going to have another 1. p That is 4p a litre lost

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and it mounts up over a year. It is a 60,000 pounds per ydar

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for a small farm like me. On this farm the price the farmer

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gets for the milk is now less than and it is a similar story

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from many other Midlands farmers. What worries farmers as there is no

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sign of these price cuts stopping. There is no sense that we are

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at the bottom of a trough and things You try to cut costs

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but we can't cut no more. We have been cutting and cutting

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and cutting these past 4 or 5 years And of course, if a dairy f`rmer is

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losing money they haven't got the cash to invest in the f`rm which

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is bad news for a network of rural He hopes

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his daughters will become the fourth generation to farm here, but not if

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the milk price continues to drop. If you just explain again why is the

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milk price dropping? Things have not been too bad for the past 18 months.

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There has been solid demand locally and really good weather so dveryone

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has been getting into milk `nd producing a lot of it. Look at this

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whether we have prepared. The amount of the EU has produced is up 5%

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What happens in any market hs when you have a lot of the commodity

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sloshing around like milk then the price starts to fall again. That is

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what we're seeing now. That is one of many reasons, farmer 's `re

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saying it's a problem. It is probably going to end up here and

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that will push down prices `gain. What is likely to come out of

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tonight's meeting? We are hdre at the market and it will be starting

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in about one hour. This is farmers for action. They have block`ded

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supermarkets and other businesses to get the point across. They say be

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made to do that again `` might. We will update you with what the

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farmers are saying and what they say about these falling prices.

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Denied full treatment by thd NHS, the cancer patient trying to raise

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fifty thousand pounds to save his life.

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It's been another warm one today ` your detailed weather forec`st to

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Seeking out this year's unstng heroes of sport across the Lidlands:

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And, with the help of rare film footage, celebrating the people and

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It's still one of the most evocative sights, don't

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you think, a steam train thtndering through our beautiful countryside?

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Well, it's hoped that steam trains on the Gloucestershire and

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Warwickshire heritage railw`y will be running into the Cotswold village

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Work is currently underway to extend the line in the hope

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Members of the public have donated almost half

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Our reporter Ben Sidwell has been to see how the work is progressing

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For more than 30 years they have been running steam trains

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on the Gloucestershire`Warwhckshire Railway.

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Last year they began a fundraising campaign so they could extend

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We're talking about a one and a half million pound project.

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We have had a share issue ongoing in the last year

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which has raised half a million to fix the bridges on the way.

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We need the best part of another ?1 million to get there

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The railway is 14 miles long and at the moment runs from Cheltenham

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At the moment this is the end of the line.

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But you only have to look this way to see the enormous task th`t the

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team have to complete the two and a half miles of track to Broadway.

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And it is Broadway where thd most significant work is taking place.

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This is how the station looked when it opened in 1904.

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But like so many it was demolished in the 1960s.

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Now thanks to the railway's volunteers,

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I think it is a major tourist attraction `nd it

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It is an attraction for us because we have a destination and it

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is attraction for the villagers and the shops and hotels in the village

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because we will be bringing 200 or 300 people at a time who will wander

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up to the village to buy sttff and have a meal.

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The biggest challenge with the extension is the repairhng

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the five bridges to Broadwax which have weakened over tile.

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Not good when you need to rtn heavy steam trains right over thel.

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The average steam train that we run is 80 to 100 tonnes ` we also run

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a few Heritage diesels which go up to 120 tonnes and then you have got

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the coaches on the back, another couple of hundred thmes

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The next train arriving at platform two will be in three years.

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Let's just hope it is not running late.

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To open your heart ` and yotr home ` to a complete stranger is,

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But for Katy Lowe and her mtm Susan, life wouldn't be

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He's 60 years old and has special needs.

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He lives with the Lowes, thanks to a charity called

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Shared Lives which pairs vulnerable adults with families.

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And, as Sarah Falkland reports, it's now on the look`out

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for more families who can offer care and companionship .

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This is a Dennis and he livds with us. He is a right laugh. He is

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always smiling. Dennis is no relation but he is definitely one of

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the family. He has been livhng with them for over three years. Do we

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have a laugh? Yes. Always khnd, caring. If you are not well he will

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come and put his arm on me `nd Pat Meehan says it will be all right.

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Don't you Dennis? Dennis's parents were getting too old to look after

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him and he was paired with this family by the charity. He is

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classified as high dependence. Susan gets an allowance to help c`re for

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him. I help get up in the morning and his personality. He lovds me to

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make sometimes. I make his bed. I get him ready for the day cdntre and

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then I pick him up or we go out for lunch and go on holiday togdther and

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we do all sorts of things together. Do you like living with me `nd mum?

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Yes. This much all this much? Katie agreed to appear in a promotional

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video with Dennis to try to persuade more families to consider lhving

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with adults with special nedds. I get the impression you love Dennis

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and Dennis loves you? Very luch I don't drink beer I drink water. But

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his real passion is these. He has been a spotter all his life. He is

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already 60. It is Susan's and his dearest wish that they can spend the

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remaining years together. Football news and Micky Adals has

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resigned as manager of Port Vale The 52`year`old led Vale to

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promotion from League Two in 20 3 but six straight defeats has left

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them near the foot of Leagud One. Adams said he was leaving whth

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"great sadness" but says he thinks the club is in a stronger position

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now than when he joined. This evening we're launching our

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search to find the 2014 BBC Midlands Every year we seek to recognise

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those folk across our region who give their thme to

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help others take part in sport. And where better to start

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our search for this year's heroes than in Nuneaton,

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the home of last year's winner. And that's where Dan

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Pallett is right now. Welcome to the Pringles Stadium on

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a club night for Nuneaton H`rriers. And the beating heart

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of this evening's training session ` well very evening's training is

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Barry Ewington our He's been involved in the sport

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for 60 years ` one of Cast your mind back 12 months, what

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was winning the award like? A fabulous night. I'm not just saying

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that, it was one of the nicdst night we're been to. The daughter was on

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the stand. She was the one who nominated me and we were all over

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the moon. It was a really nhce night. You went off to the sports

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personality of the year award? That was a night in itself. To w`lk in a

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stadium or arena with 12,000 people and you're thinking what do I have

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to do it I have to get up and walk in front of them but we knew that

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was not going to happen. It was a magic experience. What diffdrence

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hasn't made to yourself on the club? Are people getting in touch? One

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numbers has helped. How much I'm not sure but it must help because it

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gives a hearts to the club. As of old friends I've known for xears and

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had not seen for many years that have phoned and said Stella grams.

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`` sent telegrams. I would say to anyone to nominate. My daughter

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insisted and I said well if you really want to do it. It shows it is

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worthwhile. Have you got thd details of how people can nominate other

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members? We're looking for an individual or

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pair aged`16`or`over who give their time on a voluntary basis to help

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others to participate in sport. You can download

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a nomination form on the BBC Sport Website or you can ring 0844 30

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8000 and we'll send one to xou. Calls cost up to 5p a minutd

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from a landline, The closing date is October

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the 20th. Rare film footage of Ironbrhdge

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and the surrounding area has been collected

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for a special celebration of the the life and times of Shropshire

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folk over the last half century Past Lives features builders,

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street parties and family events. It will be shown this weekend

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as part of a festival to mark the Ironbridge Gorge's statts

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as a world heritage site. And this footage shows the bridge

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in the 1960s. His workshop

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a shed that still remains today He then took his boat out

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on the River Severn. The old footage and more

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like it was filmed by local people. And forms part of a new fill

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by a group called freefall `rts People have had this stored

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in their cupboards and their lofts and they cannot view it bec`use

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most people do not have projectors, there is no way of seeing it,

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it is not valued any more bdcause Some of the clips were filmdd by

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George and Edna who lived ndarby. Including the construction

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of Ironbridge power station. I got to know

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the men who were building it and I asked them could I come up `nd film

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it and they said yes, come on up. At Madeley in Telford Pete Wilson

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helped the filmmakers find luch We are looking at a carnival

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in the 60s. People gave me

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and loaned me cinefilm. And past lives have copied these

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and it has been fascinating When they digitised it,

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it meant that we could stop the film We put Pete's theory to the test

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to see who they could recognise There is me there with

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my eldest sister at a stall but I Pete's starring role

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in the past lives film will be shown on Saturday in Ironbridge as part

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of a festival marking the status Meanwhile, this amazing weather

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goes on ` how long for, Shefali Probably until the weekend.

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Temperatures reached highs of 2 degrees across the South. For the

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bus majority it has been a lovely day but there have already been

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stirrings of change across the South with thunderstorms there and they

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are now heading our way. We will continue to see Misty murky nights

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ahead because of the warmth and moisture from the showers btt it is

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only by the weekend it can turn a touch cooler. Still warm for the

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time of year. With regards to these warnings they come into force from

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about 11 o'clock tonight and should remain in force until about roughly

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the same time tomorrow night. These are for the majority of the region,

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the far north`east I think. These thunderstorms and showers could

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produce some flooding due to the fact that it has been quite dry so

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far this month. Driest across the UK for 30 years. This is how it is

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developing what a night. A frontal system from the south which is

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pushing those showers I will wave and those will meet up later on

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during the first half of thd weekend with his cold front slipping

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south`westwards will intenshfy the activity. So we're going to see the

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showers continuing to Saturday as well. Once that front fears are

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southwards that is when we see those fresh acrylic conditions and high

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pressure dominating and that will tan fryer for Sunday. We can see

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that we have already got showers breaking out. `` turn drier for

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Sunday. A wet end to the night and you can see the heaviest of the dam

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was here. It is also very mhld indeed. Temperatures down to 15

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degrees. `` heaviest of the downfall. Fairly warm and hhghs of

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21 degrees. millions head to the polls to cast

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their vote on the country's future. MENACING VOICE: You will rob

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the Bank of Karabraxos.

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