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The headlines tonight... so it's goodbye from me,

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A pioneer in cricket and Wolverhampton through and through.

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Rachael Heyhoe-Flint - Wolves vice-president and former

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England cricket captain - dies aged 77.

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I shall just have to go off and see the physio, is that all right?

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We'll be talking to former England cricketer Dennis Amiss

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A boom time for Chinese investment - how Birmingham is becoming more

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attractive for property developers than New York or Sydney.

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You've got lots of cranes here, lots of development.

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Wore a veterinary George Mead is getting his -- France's highest

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honour for his role in D-Day. From dishing out the dinner

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to leading the school, the head teacher who started out

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in the canteen. I think there's nothing

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special about me. I think if I can do it

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then anybody can do it! And a gloomy January

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it's turning out to be. We could do with seeing a sunrise

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some time soon, but will we? An inspiration to many,

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Wolverhampton through and through Just some of the tributes

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which have been pouring in to Rachel Heyhoe-Flint,

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whose death was announced Baronness Heyhoe Flint,

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as she became, was vice-president She captained England's cricket team

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- and helped them win In a tribute on their website,

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Wolves said - Rachael's contribution to the world of sport,

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the local community, and in later years politics,

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cannot be measured - and neither can her seemingly

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never-ending kindness She was a supreme sportswoman and

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she took her cricket very seriously but laughter was never far away. I

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shall just have to go off and C difficile, is that all right?

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Arguably the most famous female ever to play the game, her exploits were

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confined to the field. In 1991 she struck a blow against chauvinism

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persuading the very male bastions of the game the MCC to open its doors

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to women. I hope I won't have antagonised any people and it will

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make the MCC realised that there are thousands of women who take cricket

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very seriously. A battle and a victory she recalled speaking to

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Midlands today. This number is asking for a stream to go across

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because I can still see a woman there! Now it is great because I

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aways know who voted against me because they turned their back on me

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when I go into the Long room. It was it worth the wait? Absolutely. If

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they go down to edge past and they will point them in the right

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direction. Playing days are over, her love for the game flowered in

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the community and community and schools and tireless charity work.

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She was awarded an OBE in 2007 and later became Baroness Flint. But her

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passion for sport embraced football. A big fan of her hometown club, she

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served for many years as vice president. I have lived with

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Wolverhampton Wanderers in my heart for all those years and to work

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there is just wonderful. She passed away early this morning after a

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short illness and these behind husband Derrick, her son and three

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stepchildren. It pay of women's sport she achieved so much and meant

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so much to her fellow cricketers, footballers and to the city of

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Wolverhampton she was proud to call home.

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Former Warwickshire and England cricketer Dennis Amiss

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knew Rachael well - and joins us from his home.

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So many tributes - how would you sum up Rachael?

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Yes, they won't stop, will they? Big shock because I didn't even know she

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was ill but she was a wonderful person with a great sense of humour

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and we sat on the England and Wales Cricket board together. She did so

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much to revolutionise England's women's cricket not only in this

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country but all over the world. Occasionally she would come up with

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the odd funny comment during board meetings when we were discussing

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something very serious and I often heard the Germans say, Rachael, a

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behaviour sub exact... Chairman. We go back a long way. Our sons were at

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school together. We know the family really well. Derrick her husband

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played for Warwickshire twos many years ago so we go back so many

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years. She was one of the MCC's burst women members, the first woman

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elected to the full committee, she did not believe in glass ceilings,

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she had a sense of humour but you wouldn't cross. No, she said a few

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precedents. I was one of the people that proposed that, so I thought

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many times about it, she would be the first lady and would she

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wouldn't she be? Brian Johnson was one of the proposers as well, a

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wonderful character also and he proposed, I seconded it, and it is

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all history now. She got in as the first Lady to be a member of the

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MCC, so a wonderful honour. Just briefly, I know it is incredibly

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difficult, how would you sum up her contribution and impact on sport? It

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is enormous. You can't quantify it, she gave so much to the ladies

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Tavener, she was president of the Taverners, the charity that we all

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belong to, showbiz, cricketers, she did so much work for that so she

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worked tirelessly for the game of cricket. She was a wonderful after

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dinner speaker and she would go all over the country to do anything to

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help people and tell a few stories. A wonderful sense of humour. I am

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sorry to interrupt. Thank you so much for sharing your memories of

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Rachael Heyhoe Flint. And there are plenty more tributes

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to Baroness Heyhoe Flint on our Facebook page where you can

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of course add your own. A leading property developer has

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told the BBC that Chinese investors are increasingly choosing to buy

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in Birmingham rather than more glamorous locations

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like Sydney and New York. The weak pound and the prospect

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of High Speed Rail is making Britain's second city

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an increasingly safe bet. With growing demand for housing,

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many Chinese investors are focusing on residential projects in run down

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parts of the city. Birmingham's skyline is changing

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fast, and where there are cranes there's often millions of pounds

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spent on the ground, and a clear This site could be next -

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they're selling cars here now, but soon they'll be

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selling luxury apartments. And these are the Chinese

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investors who are backing the latest development

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at Digbeth in Birmingham. Spending around ?150 million,

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the property developer who's brokered the deal says the area

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is becoming an investor hotspot. The city is growing southwards,

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and as a result of that the wider area of Digbeth is really receptive

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to big dense schemes like this one. And part of the reason

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is the proposed HS2 station There are also plans

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for a Metro line. In Birmingham's jewellery quester

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have Chinese have already Almost 80 apartments

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are going up and the delegation is eager to invest in more

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projects like this. This is the second largest city

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in the UK, most promising land here. And also your leader, Theresa May,

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will be heavily putting her focus You've got lots of cranes here,

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lots of development. The latest figures suggest that 54

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major projects across the whole of the West Midlands have been

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funded by the Chinese over the last ten years,

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and that 23 of those have happened And it appears that the city has

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become even more desirable to investors than some other

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more glamorous places. Some of our clients historically

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were looking at Manhattan, They are now refocusing all those

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efforts back into the UK and predominantly in this city

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and region because of the offering And according to this property

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expert it's not just Chinese money We have Canadian money

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invested into Paradise, Middle Eastern money invested

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into the Colmore building. And recently we did a transaction

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when we had South African money being invested

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into an industrial property. Birmingham civic leaders have just

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returned from the crown state of Qatar and meetings with potential

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investors for several A man's appeared in court

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charged with the murders Saros and Leanor Endris died

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in hospital following a fire at their home in Birmingham nearly

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three months ago. Their father Endris Mohammed was led

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into the dock today in bandages, still recovering from the burn

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injuries he suffered that night. The 46-year-old also stands accused

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of attempting to murder his wife. A man's been arrested on suspicion

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of murder after a woman was found Police were called to Gomer Street

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in Willenhall, just before midday, where they discovered the woman

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who'd been stabbed. They arrested a 46-year-old

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man who was in a car Police aren't looking

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for anyone else in connection Allegations of fraud

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against a former leader of Sandwell Council have been passed

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to the West Midlands Police Regional A council investigation published

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today says the allocation of ten council houses over the last two

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decades all benefited the family Mr Hussain, who was first accused

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of six separate breaches of the council's code of conduct

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last year, has always We have heard many stories

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here on Midlands Today about the courage of World War Two

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veterans, but the family of George Mead have

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quite a tale to tell. His daughter wrote to us detailing

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the 92-year-old's incredible bravery during the D-Day Landings

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of World War Two. More than seven decades later -

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George's heroics have been Our reporter Joanne Writtle

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joined his proud family at a special ceremony

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in Stratford-Upon-Avon today. George Mead has two metal hips, he

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has had a heart attack, three strokes and survive the Second World

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War. And today against all odds his daughter Kate is getting ready for a

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remarkable day. I am only forfeit 11 but if you're seven foot tall. But

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pride? Absolutely. Back in 1944 George took part in the D-Day

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landings. Just 20 years old. Today 72 years on he is going to receive

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France's highest military decoration, but it wasn't until the

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50th anniversary that he told his daughter in any detail, so painful

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with the memories. I think they saw a lot of difficult things, nasty

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things, maybe sometimes it is best to the back of your mind. For George

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today is about his lost comrades. Decades on this is how often he

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thinks about them. All the time. You always think about them, do you?

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Have you never forgotten them in all of the 72 years? No. I am here on

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behalf of the French people to express our undying and heartfelt

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thanks... This afternoon at Stratford-upon-Avon Town Hall George

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is presented with this by the French consulate. It is a big honour. How

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does it make you feel inside? Proud. He was surrounded by family

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including great grandchildren from Canada and closer to home. I think

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it is awesome but at the same time it is an honour for him to get the

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award. It is pretty fantastic. Most people can survive that, especially

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D-Day. Remarkably George was shot in France, sent home and recovered

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well. Well enough to be sent straight back to war.

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On last night's programme we brought you the story

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of the theft of a trailer, used by a group of elderly

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To make matters worse, their mobility scooters were inside.

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Thieves targeted a charity in Walsall at the weekend -

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and you reacted strongly to our coverage of the story.

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Julie Mansell's was a typical response on our Facebook page.

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"If I was a millionaire, I'd buy you a new one.

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So sorry these people are victims of such a crime."

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Well Julie wasn't alone in that sentiment -

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our Black Country reporter Ben Godfrey has an update

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They live an active lifestyle - this group of friends at a community

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church in Walsall have never let disability hold them back.

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But when thieves stole this trailer carrying their mobility

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wheelchairs and scooters, their hopes of day trips

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to the seaside were dashed, their independence threatened.

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It is just awful, absolutely awful, because it is not just day trips, it

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is the whole community. It is opened up a new life for us. We don't

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drive, none of us, we have no transport.

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But this afternoon, we asked them to meet us outside the Church

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They had no idea why, until this happened.

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That over there. Here's a new trailer for you from eight viewer,

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his name is Darren. I saw what happened to you and I wanted to take

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an opportunity to give something back to you.

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Former Royal Marine Darren Logan watched Midlands Today last night

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It really touched me. Like I said I have had is that sitting on the

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drive for some time and I thought, you know, these guys deserve

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something. I am so choked up trying to fight back the tears a bit,

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because it is just the impact that it has on the community. It means

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such a lot will stop thank you so much.

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One act of goodwill and these friends will be going

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I am very pleased, very pleased. There are not words to say thank

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you. They are just not words. It is absolutely wonderful but you have

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thought of us and you are kind. That is not the only surprise because

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Midlands today viewers also called does to offer money for a

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replacement Scriptures. That, my friends, it is logical result. --

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replacement Scriptures. Two months after one of Birmingham's

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major water mains burst, people are still coping

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with the impact. Hundreds of gallons of water escaped

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last November when a three-foot lead pipe collapsed and some residents

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in Selly Oak are effectively Every day Terry Josephs

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fears the worst. How deep will the small lake that's

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appeared under his home be? Check the depth. Which is 11 inches,

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nearly a foot of water. The water arrived after the mains

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burst at the top of his road It shouldn't be there. It is not

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right. It should be cleared out. I shouldn't have to suffer this every

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day. So far, Severn Trent have sent

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in contractors to pump out Pumping all day, it just comes back

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in again. There is something wrong outside that is wrong. It shouldn't

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be going back in the house. Severn Trent have been working

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around the clock on the sinkhole created by the burst pipe and say

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they'll be ready to start the actual It is taking so long because we have

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had to start to move water around the area to make the repair itself.

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Or primary reason is to keep the supply on to all of the customers

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while we make this repair and we have done over 500 checks in the

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area and 500 inspections to be able to prepare us to do that. It can't

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come too early for this student who was fed up on the diversions. We are

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passing the road, the supermarket is just beyond the squalor but because

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of the road closure we have had to drive about 15 minutes. -- this

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corner. Terry Josephs lost his collection

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of tropical fish and baby sharks in the flood -

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cos he couldn't risk the electric Up to that big. Now there is

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nothing. Just an empty tank. Severn Trent say as other homes have dried

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out this suspect Terry's what is you may be a pre-existing problem. Under

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the circumstances they will continue to help put it right. It is looking

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increasingly likely UKIP's new leader Paul Nuttall could be the

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candidate in the Stoke Central by-election. The vote has been

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triggered by resignation of the Labour MP Tristram Hunt. There will

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be hustings in the city on Friday when local activists will make their

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recommendation to the party's National Executive committee. The

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candidate will be formally announced in the constituency on Saturday

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morning. He's called it the best performance

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of his tennis career. Birmingham's Dan Evans has

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beaten world number seven Marin Cilic in the second

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round of the Australian Open. It's the biggest shock

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of the tournament so far - and a victory to savour for Dan's

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fans and friends back home. Dan Evans came from a set down

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to beat the former US Open This was the moment Dan

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from Hall Green secured the greatest Quite simply the biggest win of Dan

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Evans' career. now ranked world number 51,

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has beaten a top ten player I had to fight quite hard to get

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through it definitely the best with the situation and writing. I think

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he lost a bit of confidence in what he was doing and maybe couldn't keep

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up the level he started out. I was definitely on top from then on.

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Back home, at Dan's sports club in Solihull, they're

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watching his progress in Australia keenly.

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Rob Owen, a friend, has watched Dan's progress for 20 years

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It is brilliant for the club and the family and great for the area. To be

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one set down and come back to win and show the courage and

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determination he did was just an amazing performance.

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In the next round, Dan faces Australian Bernard Tomic,

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- home turf an advantage for his opponent but by no

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I am sure there will be a few Brummies in the crowd who will cheer

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him on but the last time they played he beat him in the US Open so he is

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used to playing him and the pressure is all on Bernard Tomic.

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Whatever happens, Dan Evans can reflect on one of the best weeks

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Ten years ago this week, Birmingham City shocked everyone,

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including themselves, by scoring five goals away

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Tonight, Blues fans would settle for a 1-0 win to earn a fourth

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But if the very thought of travelling all the way

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to Newcastle and back sends a shiver down your spine, then cast your mind

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And Birmingham City made the long trip to St James Park never daring

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to dream that they might pull off one of the most memorable results

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COMMENTATOR: They have hammered high-calibre premiership opposition

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on their own patch. And what a sweet journey back to the Midlands it will

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be for that small band of Birmingham city supporters. 5-1, you must've

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been in dreamland. It was yeah, pretty magical. I think everybody

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came away shop. We couldn't believe it, 5-1. Are you going to get

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shocked tonight? You never know. This was the match programme from

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that famous victory and all of these fans have long since moved on. But

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ten years later one thing remains constant, the loyalty of Birmingham

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City fans as they keep right on up to Newcastle in search of FA Cup

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glory. You would settle for 1-0 tonight, would you? I would, I don't

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care, just win. They are due a win under Zola so hopefully today. If I

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can go further in this competition and be very delighted.

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Goodness knows what time the fans will get back home to bed,

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if it goes to extra time and penalties tonight.

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And the whole game is live on BBC West Midlands this evening.

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We'll have all the goals in our late news at 10:30pm.

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And of course Wolves will be away to the winners of tonight's replay

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From dinner lady to head teacher, it sounds far-fetched,

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but that's exactly what's happened to Rosalind Brotherton -

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after she decided to go back to university at the age of 30.

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And as Satnam Rana has been finding out, she has good reason to be

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Her dinner lady days may be over - but lunchtime supervision is how

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Rosalind Brotherton's journey into teaching began.

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When I was a dinner lady I only worked for an hour a day, and I

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wanted to be there all day and be around the children.

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That thought led her into becoming a teaching assistant.

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And then a leap of faith - at the age of 30 she began

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an Open University degree - a single mum of three boys.

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Financially it was quite hard when I was younger, dinner ladies and

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learning assistance dog and a great deal and I think sometimes the

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string of juggling work and children and studying was quite hard. However

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overall it was a real pleasure for me to be able to study and I think

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that when you're doing something you love it gives you a bit of extra

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energy. Nine years after qualifying,

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Rosalind Brotherton Now she's headteacher

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at Flyford Flavell First School near Worcester and her childhood

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experience in class has shaped I can just remember being quite

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scared of my. He was walking the corridors I was likely to what the

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other way because I was quite scared. Even if I was being really

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good and well behaved. I would like to think I am approachable with the

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children and they can to me with anything. She is a hit with the

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pupils as well. She is a good headteacher because she has never

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really strict and I really don't like strict teachers. She has made

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so many changes to make the school a better place to be and to learn in.

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Brilliant. And her achievements continue -

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last term Ofsted rated A step up from the needs improving

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status she inherited. Shefali promised us

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some brightness today - and she's delivered,

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at least in the dress. It is not improving. I do dry my

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best. This picture from Warwickshire. There were some Sun

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this morning. But the rest of us there was a thick group of mist,

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Merck and the odd spot of drizzle. Ordinarily we are usually pleased to

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see how pressure but the problem at the moment is high pressure is right

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across us and because of that conditions are calm and stagnant.

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This is how it looks over the next few days or until the end of the

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week at least. Largely cloudy and we will see some brightness in the

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south. If not tomorrow than certainly by the weekend it is

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becoming generally cooler but here tonight we have got a lot of cloud

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across us once again. May see the letter in the south initially but

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cloud fills in once more. 4-7 C. A mild night and the cloud may be

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thick and ten places to bring the odd spot of drizzle. Light winds as

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well and that will continue into tomorrow so much to stir up the

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cloud and break it up but you will sequence is a brightness here and

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there and the most favoured spot will be the south of the region. It

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may even creep into central parts as well. Temperatures rising to a

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degree higher so seven or eight. A mild day at least. I'll again

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tomorrow night, the cloud filling in and it will create some hill fog. It

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could squeeze the odd spot of drizzle out but temperatures will

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fall to about five or six Celsius. A touch cooler tomorrow but tomorrow

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night, temperatures rising into Friday to about five or six. A bit

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of brightness developing through Saturday and Sunday. All repetitive

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at the moment. We could have used yesterday's forecast for today! It

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looks a little familiar. That is all for now. Back at 10:30pm. Have a

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good evening. Hello. I hope you're well.

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I really do. Because if you're not, then chances

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are the NHS won't be able to look after you as well as it should.

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And that's wrong. Because the Labour Party created

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the NHS 70 years ago on the founding principles of it being

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comprehensive, universal and free. The NHS was created to care for us

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but now the NHS needs our care.

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