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Hello, and welcome to Midlands Today.

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Tributes of love and gratitude to rape survivor and sexual violence

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campaigner Jill Saward, as mourners travel from all over

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She knew she was making a difference but she couldn't take the

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compliments always, because to her she wasn't

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Jill's husband Gavin said he had been inundated with messages

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How the Prime Minister's Brexit plans have gone down

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with our businesses - will it boost exports or dampen trade?

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We can trade with the whole world now instead of just Europe.

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It has got to be stronger for the country

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I am in Walsall were thieves have stolen a lifeline for the elderly

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and disabled people. Pollution priority, helping farmers

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to keep pesticides out of the River Severn -

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and our water supply. And now for something

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dark and dramatic. A fabulous photo but unfortunately

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today no special photography or filters needed to

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achieve the same effect. They came from all over

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the country to pay their The funeral of renowned sexual

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violence campaigner Jill Saward took Jill became the first person

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to waive her right to anonymity, after being sexually assaulted

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in what became known as the 'Ealing Vicarage Rape'

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in the 1980's. Over the course of thirty years,

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she rebuilt her life, She also devoted her life

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to helping other survivors. Jill's hard work and

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tenacity changed the law Her husband Gavin Drake

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says he was deeply proud Doing what she did

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best, speaking out. People often say that they feel like

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they have been raped again going raped by two men in 1986

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during a burglary at her Incredibly, the perpetrators

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received much shorter sentences than the man who had

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committed the burglary. That set in motion what was to

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become her life's work - campaigning for victims of sexual

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assault and for changes in the law. Her identical twin sister

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Sue Lancaster and Jill's how special she was and they cannot

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believe she is gone. I can't describe the

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sense of loss because We are being supported

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by so many thousands of She knew she was making

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a difference but she couldn't take the compliments

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always because to her she wasn't doing anything special,

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she was just being heard. Sue is not sure if she can never

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follow in her sister's footsteps. I have thought about

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whether I should step up and try and take her place but I just

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don't think I can. She was such a unique person

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and she had something to Jill was involved with

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Lichfield Diocese for many years. Before the funeral took place,

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I asked the vicar what kind of It is a celebration

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of what she did for so She was very courageous,

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she was very humble and she did a great deal and stuck at things

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with a great deal of determination. Perhaps surprisingly,

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Jill's strong Christian Today, the congregation

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will sing a hymn There is a verse that

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could not be more apt. # As one who knows

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the joys of sins forgiven. # one with my fellow

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citizens in heaven. As the service got underway,

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eulogies echoed around the walls of the Cathedral

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and tributes paid. I know there are many,

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many people alive today We looked after each

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other as best we could over the years

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because she said, it is what we do. Jill was a survivor

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and used her dramatic Very loving and very caring

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and very, very beautiful. And Jill's husband Gavin has written

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a tribute to his wife, It's already been read

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by thousands of people - Linda White remembers her

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as "An extremely brave when she posted "Thoughts

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with her family" While David Williams's tribute

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was simply "RIP Brave Lady". Thank you to all of you who took

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the time to comment. The Prime Minister set out some

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detail about leaving the EU today, But would coming out of the European

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Single Market mean for us Both for independent traders,

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and for those who deal At the time of the referendum

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we talked to viewers, both leavers and remainers,

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in different walks of life, to get their views as

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the Brexit story unfolded. Tonight, Joanne Writtle has been

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back to two of them, to gauge their reactions

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to the prime minister's speech. The pictures voted to leave the EU.

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We filmed as they waited for the Prime Minister to explain more about

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how the country will do that. I voted Conservative for the first

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time in my life to years ago and I voted leave. Then I felt cheated

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that Cameron gave up his post and now I am hoping today that she get

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things straight. I am hoping that we will be able to govern ourselves

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like we used to do in the past. As Theresa May spoke, the butchers

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reacted. I want this United Kingdom to emerge from this period of change

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stronger, fairer, more united. That is what I want. Exactly. We will

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take back control of our laws and bring an end to the jurisdiction of

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the European Court of Justice in Britain. She's going with what the

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country wants. Good. On the high Street, mixed views. At the litany

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wonderful. I was much in favour of getting out of Europe. -- absolutely

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wonderful. I voted to stay in so I am not happy about the situation at

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all. I am worried about the future of our country. This company is

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celebrating its 50th year in business this week. The last five

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years they have been exporting 15% of what they make to Germany and to

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America. Personally for us, I would like to go over to America, do a

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trade mission. I think that is our biggest export opportunity. I think

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Germany is likely different. I think they will look at us uncertainty to

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start with but I think again, we have the chance. We are world-class

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leaders in manufacturing and they will come to us for our world-class

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products. 100 people at work here, making parts for the likes of Nissan

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and Jaguar Land Rover. It might be a bit of the unknown but I think the

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opportunities are there. We will all work together, work hard as the

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country. I think we will be OK. Businesses like this so they want to

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continue closing deals in Europe and further afield. They are watching

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the twists and turns of Brexit intently.

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And our political editor Patrick Burns is here.

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They say "business hates uncertainty", so has Mrs May

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made her plans sufficiently clear for our local business people?

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They can never get enough clarity, I am afraid. There is a general

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recognition, even among business leaders like Chris, even those who

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voted to remain like him that there may be opportunities under Brexit to

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develop their businesses. However, the regional director of the CBI,

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the employers organisations, says it could well become more difficult to

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trade within Europe after this. He wants to see the real fast

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development of those wider global export opportunities that we were

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hearing their from the engineering firm. What if the European union

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offer us only a very adverse terms? I have been talking to one senior

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local business figure with very close links to Germany and he said

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that when Philip Hammond, the Chancellor, warrant over the weekend

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that in that event we could be pushed into turning Britain into

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something akin to one of those far Eastern tiger economies, with all

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truck load business taxes, right on the very shores of the European

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Union, I am told that was the sent a shock wave through the German

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business community. Closer to home, what kind of impact will this have

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on upcoming elections? Think of that Stoke Central by-election. It is the

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city that voted more enthusiastically to leave the

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European Union than anywhere else. While that have pushed a wedge

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between Labour and their core support? That will be a key test.

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The Ukip and Tories are within a here breath within each other. They

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will be vying for the Brexit vote, I would imagine. The Liberal

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Democrats, they will see if they can conjure up some support for an

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unambiguous, anti-Brexit campaign. Patrick, many thanks.

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Birmingham City Council has announced it's hoping to transfer

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responsibility for running children's services

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The council plans to set up what's known as a "wholly owned

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company" to look after the city's vulnerable children,

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after years of its own department being rated as inadequate.

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It would be run as a separate Trust which could run alongside existing

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A further six men have been charged following the rioting

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Four of the group appeared before magistrates in Birmingham today.

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West Midlands Police says it's continuing to work

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with private company G4S - which runs the jail,

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and eight people have now been charged in connection with the riot.

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A charity in Walsall which organises days out for elderly and disabled

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people has had the trailer it uses to transport wheelchairs stolen.

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It is a lifeline, isn't it? Yes, this is really a huge blow for the

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whole team. The trailer was stolen from a outside the Church on

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Saturday and it is used for transporting wheelchairs and

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mobility scooters and it really is a lifeline. Speaking to some of the

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local residents earlier on today, they said they are devastated and

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worried about being stranded. These residents love to be on the

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move. Michael has cerebral palsy and some members of this community

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Church in Walsall are wheelchair users. That hasn't stopped them

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enjoying days out right across the country, until now. The trailer was

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stolen in broad daylight from right outside their church. It is just

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awful. Awful. It is not just day trips, it is the whole community. It

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has opened a new lease of life for me, being able to get out. Because I

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have has cerebral palsy from birth, I find it hard to walk, I find it

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hard to walk now. It has opened up a new life for that. We do not drive

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and so we have no transport. Me and Michael, we cannot get on a carriage

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because of the scooter. It was ?3700 and inside there, we also had our

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motorised wheelchairs, scooters and a ramp. Of course, we have lost that

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as well. It supplies the needs of the committee in lots of ways,

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bikes, furniture is, you name it. It is therefore the community.

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Residents love their gentle exercise classes but hope they will be able

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to get out and about very soon. The neighbourhood here in Walsall does

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not have a committee centre and the church really is a hub. That trailer

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was donated by funds from another local charities here to stop joining

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me tonight is Amanda Banks. Amanda, you told me this is a deprived area.

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To find nearly ?4000, that money is not easily come by. No, we work in

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partnership with the place of refuge Church debate on events for the

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committee. The Church organise things such as cookery classes,

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first aid courses, employability skills, trips to the seaside and

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numerous other things, even if it bank. Without this trailer, it is a

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real blow to the community. Do you think it will have an impact on the

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wider community? It will do. That is a lot of unemployment in the area

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and elderly tenants, who without the trailer, may not be able to get the

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seaside. It is going to have a huge impact on them the most. Thank you

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very much for joining us tonight. Hopefully the community will rally

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round. Just to remind you, the trailer was stolen any time on

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Saturday after 1130 and police have told me that they are now

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establishing whether or not there is any CCTV footage. Thank you.

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Thanks for joining us on Midlands Today, this

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Challenging the farmers of the future. The bubble blowing clock in

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need of a face lift. The wishing fish that has been entertaining

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shoppers for 50 years. Sporting stars are gathering tonight

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to raise a ?1 million to double the size of Birmingham's

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specialist leukaemia centre. and all blood cancer services

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located on one site Our health correspondent,

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Michele Paduano, has been to see one of the patients whose benefited

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from clinical trials. He dreamed of being a fighter pilot,

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but in August 2015, Jaymz Goodman's He had a 14cm tumour on his lungs

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and his life hung in the balance. One evening I woke up in the middle

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of the night in screaming agony and that is not stop for two days. I

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just cried and wailed and I could not walk, crawled to the bathroom.

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It was very difficult to get through those sorts of experiences. You must

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really valuable as clinical trials? I value everything that was given to

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me because it saved my life. A year and a half later

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he is in full remission, but has weekly blood tests

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to check for disease. Jaymz from Telford has

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benefited from treatment at Your blood tests are through and

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your account is pretty robust. It is 2.6.

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but now wants to be able to do even more work.

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It has been tough over the last couple of years and it will be tough

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in the future. We are in for the long haul and it is one of the

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reasons we want to expand the centre, to show we mean business. We

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have already been given Government funding. This will be a clinical

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area where they can double the amount of patients treated and

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trials and the amount of nurses employed. It is going to cost

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another 1 million. That is why the former Wolverhampton footballer

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Geoff Thomas will be joined by celebrities tonight. He will now

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undertake three cycling tours this year. If we can get people to donate

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and support the rights as well, that just adds to everything else. It

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will make it a lot easier once we know people are supporting us and

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money is rolling in. So that more patients like James can have the

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latest treatments. For Severn Trent Water this

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stretch of the River Severn from Tewkesbury to Shrewsbury

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is a pollution priority. And that means convincing farmers

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to drastically reduce the impact of water from farms,

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as it flows into the River. Our Rural Affairs Correspondent

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David Gregory-Kumar went to see how the farmers

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of the future are being challenged Surrounded by the farmland that has

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helped to create this But farmland can cause

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problems for the river Our goal is to make the water a

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better quality. We are reducing the carbon front and reducing energy

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bills and customer bills as two if possible. Keeping expensive

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pesticides of their land, for farmers, saves them money, too. This

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morning we have some interactive sessions. Our colleagues here will

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be talking about what treatment and how and why they have to strip

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things out of water to make a drinkable. As the students are

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learning, there are plenty of rules to deal with water that could have

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an impact on their farms. If you were to drop one single slug pellet

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into an Olympic size slimming pill full of water, that water would

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officially be over the limit allowed for pesticides in drinking water.

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After a morning of hard work, what is the reaction? I drink a bit and

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it is an eye-opener. We are going to be looking at farm practices and

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look at how we can improve them. A great benefit to me as a smallholder

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farmers. It will be very useful as. Most farmers, do love their river

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and they have noticed the changes over the years. Slowly as water

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quality improves, they are noticing fish coming back and other wildlife

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coming back to the river. There is no quick fix to improve water

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quality, it is a long haul and these future farmers have a key role to

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play. Onto football -

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and the transfer market seems Now Birmingham City are in

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FA Cup action tomorrow. But it seems that new manager

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Gianfranco Zola has more Planning for tomorrow's game,

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moulding the squad to play how he wants them to and delving

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in the transfer market. He confirmed interest

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today in several players. The Derby winger Johnny Russell,

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Swansea City's Wayne Routledge Emilio Nsue from Middlesbrough

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and Cheick Keita who plays in Italy. And the interest in two defenders

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stems from the possible departure of another full-back Jonathon

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Spector. And he's considering moving back

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home to the United States. Zola admits he's got

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a lot on his plate. I will give to this club what they

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are looking for and I am so determined to do that and so

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passionate about that. The result will be there. You know, I have not

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been working as much as I have been working in this month, I promise

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you. It is not feel like that. That is very positive.

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But at Coventry City the transfer talk involves the club itself.

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Lot's of speculation over the last few days about potential new owners.

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The beleaguered fans are just desperate for some positive news.

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The last few days there have been reports that former Crystal Palace

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owner Simon Jordan is interested, of a fans consortium and then today

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an investor claiming three former england players are also

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But the current owners Sisu say simply that

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Interesting. I am sure you will keep an eye on that for us. A busy month.

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A bubble blowing clock that has been entertaining shoppers in Cheltenham

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since 1985 has been stopped - for a facelift.

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The huge Wishing Fish Clock in the Regent Arcade

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is being dismantled, because parts of it

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Here's our Gloucestershire reporter Steve Knibbs.

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For over 30 years the mice have been sneaky, the snake has tried

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in vain to catch them, and the fish has blown bubbles to be

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I just remember coming to Cheltenham on special shopping trips with my

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mum and just being amazed that all these bubbles were coming out and

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watching the bubbles. It is just lovely. It is a nice. He is

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experiencing something I have been through as well. It is a great

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interaction for the kids. Whenever you come here, there are always

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children running around and enjoying it.

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The famous clock has a famous designer Kit Williams

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he wanted a timepiece that was magical,

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Everyone is excited by bubbles. The strange movement and the popping of

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them. The painting that goes round and round. There were lots of

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different aspects to it. Even the music everyone here is that music

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and we see it all happening with the big fish.

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Kit of course has a history of capturing the imagination -

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in the 70's he he wrote "masquerade" that, through a series of clues,

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led readers to a jewelled Golden Hare that he'd buried.

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But as for the clock - time has taken it's toll -

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and things need fixing - like the infinite stream

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of golden eggs that's dried - that was originally inspired

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It keeps coming down and down and as it passed into the clock itself, the

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ball disappears and goes round and round the clock and the empty cup

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goes back up again, up into the dark, we're goes over the top... It

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falls down again. That is a simple trick.

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But time has now stood still here - new, improved clock

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will soon be back - to grant wishes to everyone

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It is lovely. I hope it is not a wafer too long. -- away for too

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long. Cast your mind back half a century -

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a loaf of bread would have cost you nine pence,

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a gallon of petrol 28 pence and Tom Jones was at number

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one in the hit parade If you could afford it,

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you might have lashed out ?300 on a television -

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the equivalent of nearly ?5,000 And on that TV you could have

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tuned in to a youthful 50 years later, he's

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still on the box, fronting the news for the digital television programme

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'Made in Birmingham.' Louisa Currie

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has been to meet him. Your news for Birmingham, Solihull

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and the Black Country begins now. It's rehearsal time at the Made

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in Birmingham studios in Walsall. Mike's fronted their bulletins

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since the station launched Despite the changing

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nature of the industry, The equipment and the hardware, if

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you like, around you, it's lighter and smaller. There is still the same

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joy and fun in the gallery and with the people you're working with.

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Television looked a lot different when Mike first took to our screens.

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A continuity announcer and newsreader in the 60s, he worked for

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TV. With the years come fond memories and plenty of stories to

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share. Mike's experience and expertise and the relationship he

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has with the viewers is invaluable to us. Mike has more experience than

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the tire rest of the staff combined. -- entire. I never stop pinching

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myself thinking how lucky I have been to have worked in this industry

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for so long. It has been a lot of fun. Despite so long in the

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industry, he has no plans to retire any time soon.

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Grey, that sums up the weather. We are all looking for a glimmer of

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something better. I should warn you because the weather forecast do

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nothing to help in that department. We were wedged under a thick layer

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of cloud to date with a mixture of mist and fog. The brightness tried

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to break through the did not manage. We even got some brain once again

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through the north of the region. A bit of a mist always creates mystery

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and we have a lovely photograph here. Blame this frontal system that

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is slithering across as or the cloud and the mist that is stuck above us.

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That will move across to the east, so we can wave goodbye by Thursday.

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It is going to leave behind as high pressure. The winds are going to be

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light and that is nothing to agitate that cloud to break it up until the

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weekend and some brightness. Also cold air. Still cloudy out there and

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hail fog forming once again tonight. Some spots of drizzle as well. It is

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a mainly dry picture. Temperatures dropping to a minimum of around

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three Celsius. Perhaps a little higher towards the north-west. It is

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a mild start to the day tomorrow. Those temperatures only increasing

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to eight Celsius. Milder than to but a dull one and a mainly dry one. Any

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drizzle will die away from tonight. That hail fog will start to lift.

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Tomorrow night, more mist and fog galloping tomorrow night and you can

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see a lot of that cloud will start to squeeze out here and there. --

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developing. Temperatures down to six Celsius. Those values match the

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temperatures today. Friday, a repeat of those conditions. Highs of six or

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seven Celsius. Maybe eight Celsius but dropping into the weekend. Cold

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but staying largely dry into next week. Thank you. We will hopefully

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that brightness. That is all from me. I will be back at half past ten.

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-- 10:30pm. That I will faithfully execute

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the Office... And will to the best

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of my ability... The Constitution

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of the United States... TV: He's not your father.

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