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The headlines tonight: at Westminster.

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A coroner confirms failures in the treatment of three hdart

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He could have been prevented from operating on any of thdm.

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The inquest was told Ian Wilson failed to keep accurate records

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The shocking reality of the dangers of driving on

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the continent, but one local driver says a blockade is not the `nswer.

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I don't believe they have the truckers' best interests at heart.

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Celebrities from the worlds of sport, music and TV gather for the

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Why this ordinary family scdne tells a special tale ahead of Worcester's

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And the leaves on the trees are starting to change.

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Tonight, it'll certainly fedl a little more autumnal too `

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But the sunshine isn't going away just yet.

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I'll have your full weekend forecast, later.

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An inquest has found there were failures in the treatment

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of three heart patients operated on by a surgeon in Birmingh`m.

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In each case, Ian Wilson over`operated and took too long

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He's since been sacked by the New Queen Elizabeth Hospital for

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The coroner found that had he done so, he might never have been allowed

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Here's our Health Correspondent Michele Paduano.

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Ian Wilson is a respected strgeon who has been on the cardiac

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Society's governing body. Hd has also contributed to the death of

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three people. 72`year`old Pdter Brook was the first to die. His

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family said he walks into hospital but never came out of a com`. They

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had six bypasses were too m`ny and operation too long. we went in for

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virtually a fortnight. We kdpt hoping for an improvement and he

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just lay there the same on ` ventilator and they did havd to put

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him on dialysis as well to get his blood pressure down. Alan Ltcas had

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an extra graft and an unnecdssary valve repair. The 77 minutes between

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giving him a protective hard drug was too long. This man had ` repair

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to file which lengthened his operation by 25 minutes. Thd coroner

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said wearers and failings in each case. She said the inabilitx to find

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out earlier was due to inaccurate reporting by one person. Shd told

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the families nothing can make up for your loss, but I hope you h`ve a

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better understanding of what happened. Ian Wilson claimed about

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all the surgery was approprhate and at his practice did not dam`ge

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parts. Leaving court, the f`mily of Mr Trincomalee had this to say: it

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was important for us to know what happened to our father. And what

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events led to his untimely death. If Mr Wilson are not inputted

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inaccurate data on the degrde of difficulty of the operations, his

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death rate would have been picked up in 2010. Can I ask you Mr

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Wilson,... no comments. I ask about underreporting is before 2000? no

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comment. The Queen Elizabeth Hospital is aware of another 12

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deaths in recent times and 439 cases of misrepresented information dating

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back to 20 03. For the family of Mr Brooks, more needs to be done. the

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family are concerned that Mr Wilson is practising in Wolverhampton and

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they are not clear what safdguards are in place. Or if they ard

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sufficient. Mr Wilson is a bit investigation by the General medical

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Council. He is currently employed by New Cross Hospital in Wolverhampton

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having completed his reskilling You're with Midlands Today,

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good to have you with us. Find out how our Freshers are

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getting on in their first wdek at University ` and why one of them has

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dropped out after just four days. A lorry driver from Redditch says

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he's opposing a planned blockade at the port of Dover this wdekend,

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about the increasing problel of Tommy Harrison set up the UK

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and European Lorry Driver's Safety Group,

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but fears if direct action hs taken, it'll ruin lorry drivers' chances

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of getting anything effective done. The scenes of migrants at C`lais

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running for the Channel eagdr to reach the British ferries that cross

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it revealed a sense But desperate too are the lorry

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drivers bound for England, who have to fend them off or risk paxing huge

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fines if they're caught with illegal Have you feel? Did you feel as if

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you wanted to run away or commit violence? Is not panic, that

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something in your body takes over and I did as they said to an extent.

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I gave them paperwork and I knew they'd be satisfied with th`t

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because it said Spain. Thankfully, they cleared off. If he had been

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going to England it would h`ve been a different story. Tommy Harrison

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said that he, like his colldagues, face of the constant threat of

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immigrants trying to board his vehicle. This footage shows how

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extreme things can get. Recdnt media coverage has the Government talking

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and heightened public awareness Tommy says the last thing hd wants

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is a blockade at Dover tomorrow which could ruin all that. Loney

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started campaigning a lot of the public start realising this was

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quite bad. So what public stpport, we got. The last thing we w`nt to do

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is blockade them from their holidays and day trips. That opinion will be

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changed back to what it was. Not only that, the group doing ht very

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political. And I don't belidve that they have the chuckers' West

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interests at heart. The Frehght Transport Association is also

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condemning it. We do not finish the best way to make the voice of our

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industry heard. We are talkhng to Central Government and not spoken to

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the deputy mayor of Calais `nd we understand their concerns. We need

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to get a joined up approach to solve this problem. Are scenes I've is

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continuing Calais, police s`id it will take action in Dover if the

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blockade prevents the ports from operating.

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At a separate inquest, a coroner has ruled there wdre

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serious shortcomings at Stafford Hospital in the care given to

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a 20`year`old man who was sdnt home despite having a ruptured spleen.

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John Moore Robinson died in 2006 after he fell off

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He was taken to A where vhtal observations were not carridd out.

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The coroner said had he been properly treated,

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West Midlands Police have bdgun an investigation at the

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Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham, after staff raised

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Officers were contacted by the hospital last month,

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It follows reports of a possible link between high

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levels of chlorine in water and the deaths of two patients.

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The hospital says higher th`n normal levels of chlorine were found

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on three occasions in August, but there have been no more since then.

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Counter`terror police arrested two men on the M6 near Rugby

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in Warwickshire today as part of an investigation

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It follows the arrests of nine men yesterday who'rd still

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being held in London, including the radical preacher, Anjem Chotdary.

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Searches continued today at a house in Stoke`on`Trent

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I think it's been a shock that somewhere

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in the city of Stoke`on`Trent has been searched, relating to

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And the local police continte work together very well at all thmes

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as they do, day in, day out and reassuring our lembers

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MPs from across the region have been voting

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about whether the UK should take part in air strikes in Iraq, against

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Parliament voted 524 in favour, 43 against.

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A protest against interventhon in Iraq took place in Birmingham

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the solution to Isis is not the United States and the United Kingdom

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going in yet again and bombhng Iraq. It was a small protest but ` defiant

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one. Their message was that the previous wars in Iraq and

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Afghanistan cost too many lhves and fostered too much bitterness.

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Britain is part of a problel and we are not part of the solution. The

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best way is for Britain to not get involved to allow the Iraqis and the

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Syrians and the people of the Arab regions to solve some probldms. At

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Westminster, Midlands MPs, but Tory and Labour lined up to support air

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strikes in Iraq against forces which happen to be known as.

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I call it ` and Brummies predominantly tend to

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It has no place in the religion of Islam that I am part of, it has

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She said Britain had given time moderate Muslims the world over we

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need to educate the younger and more hot`headed members of that faith who

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are a minority. This path is not the path that is true Islam and is not

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the path they should follow. The Commons majority was a big one but

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along the road to what could become another war, some, at least, remain

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divided. A coroner confirms failures

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in the treatment of three hdart He could have been prevented

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from operating on any of thdm. Your detailed weather forec`st

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to come shortly from Rebecc`. a quick peek at the most gl`morous

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event in Birmingham tonight. The great, the good and the glitterati

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that the glitterati gathered for the Pride of Birmingham Awards.

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And we delve into the archives as we approach

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a significant milestone herd at Midlands Today ` our 50th bhrthday!

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This week, we've been following three new students

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as they start their degree courses at Birmingham City University.

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While for many teenagers it's a chance of

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independence and fun, others find the move from home a real shock

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Ben Sidwell's been finding out how the students have been coping.

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Unpacked, settled in, it's time for the new arriv`ls to

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I'm just for induction my fhrst day. I'm excited to meet the people I'll

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be studying weather and the lecturers. I just want to gdt

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started now. Freshers' Week gives students,

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like Hannah Mead from Bristol, the chance to meet their lecturers

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and discover more about thehr courses, but not everyone is sure

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they've made the right decision I am at a bit of a loss, because,

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lately, I have been thinking is university right for me? And I don't

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know. I really don't. In a video diary kept for us,

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it became obviously that Connor Doran from Accrington was

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finding university tough. I know by Thursday either I'll be

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here, or I would be back in my home town going, look, I'm done.

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While Connor pondered his ftture, Hannah and Bethany Simpson

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from Kent joined thousands at the Freshers' Fair as thdy tried

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I don't feel grown up yet. H think, throughout the year, that is when I

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will grow more and be more responsible and feel more of an

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adult. I'll be more independence. I have had a great week. I have met

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some really nice people. I be meeting many new people and I'm

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super excited to start my course and the duction has been very good. I

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really want to get into it. `` induction.

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As for Connor, after just fourdays, he dropped out of universitx

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They've rolled out of the rdd carpet in Victoria Square tonight

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Celebrities from the worlds of sport, music and TV will recognise

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the work of remarkable people who've shown courage, care and compassion.

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Our reporter Sarah Falkland is there for us.

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we have footballers, comedi`ns, rock stars. We

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Rock legends Roy Wood and Tony Iommi.

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But tonight is not about st`rs ` it's about ordinary who're laking

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One of the nominees for Fundraiser of the Year is Georgina Mosdley

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who's been continuing the good work of her young son Harry.

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You'll remember Harry Moseldy, the little boy dubbed

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Britain's Kindest Kid, who sold bracelets to raise money

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Earlier this week I caught tp with Georgie at the charity's HQ.

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spotted Harry had the biggest smile and the biggest hearts. It hs nearly

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three years since Harry Mosdly died from a brain tumour. for me, he was

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like a small version of a comedian. He was like Peter Kay. He w`s

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hilarious. Life is dark without him. Harry single`handedly made

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and sold so many bracelets he raised more than half a million potnds

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for Cancer Research UK. The charity he founded conthnues `

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thanks largely to the efforts I had no intention to carry on with

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Harry's work. This was his baby His creation. It just sort of h`ppened

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and evolved. For me, it felt the right thing to do. I was so angry

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that we couldn't be helped `nd more needed to be done, especially for

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services that provide such good care.

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raised well over a million pounds. And now a nomination for thd Pride

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We have been able to raise loney for a centre that will help famhlies in

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the final stages of their journey. We have helped the Murray Khri

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Cancer Centre build a treatlent room and that is being worked on as we

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speak. `` Murray Kiri. It is nice that people appreciate what we are

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doing. Unlovely legacy therd. With me now is Gaby Roslin who is

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co`hosting tonight. Thank you for the welcome here in Birmingham. What

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a fabulous place! It has bedn incredible. The stories tonhght ..

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They scrub up well, the Brulmies? They do. But it is all about the

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people tonight. My table is the mayor, and my friend. My frhend

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Angela, from Birmingham. Shd used to be my producer. Were going to town

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hall after, and it will be, I think, quite an emotional evening? yes Do

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you have your waterproof mascara on? If not, quickly, put it on!

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Incredible, inspiring peopld and amazing stories. Here's your

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co`host. The red carpet has never looked so smart. I had a Henry

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Hoover. You are never alone with a Henry Hoover! Will you work well

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together? we have known each other 20 years. I was an Anna Somdrs wrap

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and you came out Melbourne H didn't you? she, doing things I thought I'd

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never do. They will have a laugh with you tonight, won't thex? Is not

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about us. It's quite extraordinary. Will you sweep the stage ovdr there?

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yes. I've done it. Best of luck to nights. It is going to be an amazing

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awards ceremony. It is the second time it has been held in Birmingham

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and we will have full cover`ge at 1025 this evening.

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If you've been following our journey along the Road to Wembley in the

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FA Cup, you'll know it's bedn a pretty bumpy ride so far.

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First, Bromsgrove Sporting, then Coleshill Town were knocked out

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But tomorrow, we're confident it'll be thhrd time

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Ian Winter has been to meet a very special family who c`n hardly

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Bill Jackman is living proof you're never too old to enjoy the lagic

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Bill is almost 91, and no wonder he's excited.

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Because tomorrow, his grandson Danny is playing

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I am proud. I'm proud of hil. The one thing I had, and he has it as

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well, is pace. He has so much more. Will you watching tomorrow? If I'm

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invited. I have to do as I'l told, these days! If they think it is too

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cold for me, they say you stop at home.

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Bill finished his teaching career as the head at Northwick Manor.

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But 70 years ago, his footb`ll took him from Wolves to Worcester City

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where he scored more than 40 goals before becoming their managdr.

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Is your role model, grandad Bill? Looe`macro yes. He's been there and

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done it. He has been there `nd done it and give me the little pointers

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and advice I needed. Eighteen months ago, Worcester

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City's future looked bleak. They played their last match at

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St George's Lane. And ever since, they've been playing

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their home games at Kiddermhnster, So could this site in Peridswell

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become their permanent home? Club officials are waiting for

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planning permission to build a new stadium to serve the whole football

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community in Worcester Back in 959, Worcester City pulled off a massive

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Cup shock, beating Liverpool 2` . Is quite exciting. You look at the

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plans and what they are tryhng to do for the local community. It's for

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everyone. They are hoping to build an Olympics in pool and rev`mp the

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sports centre. It will be w`ltzed on the map and turn it into a

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first`class sporting facility. `` Olympic pool.

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And Bill was part of the backroom team.

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Who would expect a non`leagte club to beat a team at Liverpool? `` team

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like Liverpool. Tomorrow, four generations

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of the Jackman family are hoping to keep that Cup tradition alive,

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with victory over Rugby. You can follow all the action on

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your BBC local radio station. September 28th 1964,

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a very significant date for us Next week, we'll be marking

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our 50th anniversary with a look back at the biggest news

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stories, funniest features To get you into the mood,

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our Transport Correspondent Peter Plisner has been taking a look

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at how Midlanders have been getting Birmingham believes it has found

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a partial solution to the parking problem in the form

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of a multiple car park. It might have looked pretty quirky

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in 1964, but this revolutionary multi`storey car park was

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the first of its type in thd UK With car ownership growing fast

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the city desperately needed more you arrive at the barrier,

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instead of taking a ticket, And almost 50 years later,

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the city was still leading the way. This was me four years ago,

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test`driving the car park where Talking of cars, the 1969 fhlm The

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Italian Job boosted sales and helped the Birmingham`built Mini g`in

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iconic status around the world. Some will be remembered

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for the wrong reasons ` launched in 1973, the Austin Allegro quickly

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became the butt of many jokds. And what about cars that

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didn't even have four wheels? I found out they actually m`ke

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Reliant Robin three`wheelers ` They certainly did and were built

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in Tamworth. But the fibreglass three`whdel had

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a chequered history and despite a starring role on one

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Britain's most popular sitcoms, On the railways, as Midlands Today

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was starting its journey, thanks to the infamous Doctor

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Beeching, many of the region's Some lines refused to die though,

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and thanks to volunteers, have reopened,

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such as the Severn Valley R`ilway. From old`fashioned steam tr`ins

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to high`tech magnetic levit`tion. In 1984,

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passengers were floating above the track at Birmingham Airport on the

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world's first commercial monorail. Something else that floated

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into Birmingham was Concordd, the supersonic jet landed

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at the airport as part of It?s so crisp and precise

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on the controls. And here is another way

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of avoiding the jams. Last year, with Birmingham's tunnels

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closed, this commuter took to But it is innovation on

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the roads that punctuate thd last 50 years, and to finish, let us visit

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the Birmingham Motor Show in 19 4. They don't sell cars like this

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anymore, do they? We'll have

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a special programme to mark our half I think we're all

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a little nervous about what might be This is lifted from the sea off the

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Kent coast 50 months ago. It is housed in a purpose`built hxdration

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tunnel and experts say they are ready to begin work on the fuselage.

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Considering we are at the end of September, things are looking OK.

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Something slightly more auttmnal sunlight and it is going to be

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rather chilly. But as a go, not looking too bad at all. It will be

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largely dry picture, there will be some cloud, but we'll get some good

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spells of as well. We can expect some fog through the morning, so

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mist and fog patches which will be quite slow to clear at times. Today,

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we had two bands of cloud going south. In between, we got a brief

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lull of sunshine and at the second band cleared away, we got clear

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skies tonight. It gives somd sunshine to end the day, but as the

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sun goes down so be temperatures. It will be a chilly evening tonight.

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Particularly across the North Midlands where we could get some

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frost which is going to be ` bit of a shock to the system. Further

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south, we're also getting so mist and fog patches developing where we

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keep the cloud. So that mist and fog with us through the morning

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tomorrow. It will be stubborn to shift. Further north, we have

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sunshine until cloud piles hn. It will be thick enough at timds to

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give us a few spots of rain I'm afraid, but they will be few and far

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between. Temperatures may even get up to 20 Celsius, so it is certainly

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feeling lovely in the sunshhne tomorrow. Tomorrow night, lhttle

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more cloud and I will help keep the temperature is up ever so slightly.

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It will be milder than it is going to be tonight, temperatures between

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11 and 13 Celsius, a few spots of rain and mist patches developing

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here and there. Sunday, simhlar to Saturday. Not a bad day. Thdre will

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be some good spells of sunshine and cloud. Temperatures getting up to 20

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Celsius so, as it goes, it hs not that bad. We are still in the grip

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of high pressure into next week so, staying settled, and temper`tures

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still above average for the time of year. Neil Baldwin from

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Stoke`on`Trent was the subjdct of the film Marvellous, which got a

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tremendous reaction on soci`l media after being shown on BBC Two last

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night. I feel really happy. I am very pleased that the film has gone

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off. And it has made England a better place! It has also m`de Toby

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Jones and me and all the people involved have a great time. You can

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still catch Marvellous on the BBC I play.

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Dave Lee Travis have receivdd a three`month suspended prison

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sentence for sexually assaulting a television researcher in 1985.

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A coroner confirms failures in the treatment of three hdart

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He could have been prevented from operating on any of thdm.

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And the shocking reality of the dangers of driving on

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the continent, but one local driver says a blockade is not the `nswer.

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