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The prison officers leaving or going off sick

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because of increasing levels of violence at Birmingham jail.

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An inquest hears how a woman from Tamworth was celebrating buying

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a house with her partner when she was killed

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Violence that in that prison every day frighten the hell out of me.

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As the number of rough sleepers continue to rise -

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help for the homeless from former Stoke City manager Lou Macari.

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In search of Sikhs to share their stories of migration

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And after two nights of dense freezing fog, the veil has been

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lifted but it's came to be frosty and very cold by tomorrow.

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There are claims that large numbers of officers at Birmingham Prison

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have been leaving their jobs or going sick because of increasing

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Last month inmates rioted - gaining control over four wings,

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staring fires and causing damage estimated at more than ?2 million.

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Two separate investigations continue into what happened.

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In a moment I'll be speaking to the head of the prison, but first

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here's our Special Correspondent, Peter Wilson.

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Birmingham prison is one of the oldest in the country.

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Last month saw the worst riots and disturbances

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Prison Officers sprayed with fire hoses, missiles and paint.

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The former chairman of the prison officers association at the jail

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claims the riot was a timebomb waiting to go off.

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The levels of violence that happen in that prison, everyday, frighten

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the hell out of me. I have seen staff badly assaulted, I've seen

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staff assaulted to the point they no longer wish to come back to work and

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had in fact walked away from the job. That horror blockbuster and

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He'd worked at Birmingham prison for 30 years and claims cuts

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in prison staff numbers was a factor in last month's riot.

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Because of the lack of opportunity to go to the gym, because of staff

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shortages, absences, illnesses, facilities were put on the wings,

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weightlifting facilities, during the riot, those weightlifting

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facilities, tremendously strong metal bars, were used to smash down

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doors, smashed chains. 20 years ago I made a documentary

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about the Victorian The governors making cuts of ?2

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million. The staff say it can't be done without losing control.

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In 1997 inmates used bed sheets and toilet

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paper to pass secret messages and drug deals.

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He must wait for the cleaner to come back. Soon as he does that, I would

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drop you the OK. Today it's mobile

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phones and even drones. Lloyd Robinson mentors young

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men inside the jail. He claims drug gangs

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are exerting their control. They have got a network outside the

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prison, they can also influence prisoners inside, so they're quite

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powerful people. If they are doing lengthy sentences and don't see

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themselves having any hope, what they will do, that becomes their

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life and therefore they will organise where are.

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So what is the atmosphere like this week inside the jail ?

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Things are pretty much back to normal, everything I would expect to

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see is happening today, good work being done by officers, people are

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settled. The biggest issue remains that drug is coming, that prisoners

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on occasion can be volatile within prison, and that's part of parcel of

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prison life and what officers and staff have to deal with. Why are you

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speaking out? Some might accuse you of being a bitter ex-union official?

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Because of my concerns for my many friends. They can't speak at the

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they can't speak out to anybody for the of reprisals, the company will

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dismiss them. From raising these issues that I have raised with you.

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An official report into the riot at Birmingham Prison is expected

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to be delivered to the government next week.

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To answer some of those points I'm joined by the Director

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of Birmingham prison, Peter Small.

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Let's address that last point from Brian Clarke,

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prison officers are afraid to speak out because they're worried

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I don't except that. We have never disciplined anyone for raising

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concern or speaking out. I have been a prison officer and I know that

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prison officers are not afraid to tell you when there are issues. If

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there is an issue, and somebody doesn't feel able to speak, we

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become potential line and we also have the Ministry of Justice on site

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and the Independent monitoring board which you have seen on your clip.

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What about some of the other claims, What about some of the other claims,

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how many officers did go off sick or left their jobs altogether after

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those riots last month? Post-16th of December there was a rise in

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sickness, and it is coming back down to the levels before that, in terms

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of staff leaving, we have had some staff who have left the business,

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not just... It varies month-to-month. What is important to

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two thirds of our staffing group are two thirds of our staffing group are

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still the same staff that were there in 2011. This figure of 60 having

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left or gone off sick, is it something you recognise? Certainly

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not 60 people left, not at all. How many? Since the riots in the last

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month or so? In December and that maybe half a dozen people who have

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left but that's not all connected the problems... With the event of

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this extent of December. About the issue of drugs, which aims to be a

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doing to get a handle on that had doing to get a handle on that had

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they come into prisons in the first place? That's not just a problem in

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Birmingham, it's across the service and we are constantly combating new

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technology and techniques to bring less items in, such as drones, which

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is a major threat to prison security at the moment in terms of the way in

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which illicit items come in. We have other ways prisoners come in off the

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street with drugs on their person, coming in through the visit were

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being thrown over the wall. Thank you for your time.

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The son of a woman from Tamworth, who was killed in a terror attack

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in Tunisia, has told an inquest "knowing she was with someone

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who made her happy" gave the family "comfort".

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Suzanne Davey, from Tamworth, and her partner Scott Chalkley

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were among 38 people killed in a grenade and gunfire

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attack on the beach resort of Sousse in June 2015.

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Our reporter Kathryn Stanczyszyn has been at the High Court

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More harrowing evidence from these very significant inquests into the

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biggest terror attack on British citizens since 7-7. Today's

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proceedings started with a chilling video graphics, showing exactly the

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position of each victim on that beach in Sousse when they died, many

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of them still on sunbeds. Suzanne baby was on holiday with her

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partner, Scott Chalkley, they had watched the holiday to celebrate

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their first house together. We also heard from postmortem evidence that

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Suzanne was shot in the chest and Suzanne was shot in the chest and

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neck and that she would have lost consciousness almost immediately.

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The families were in court, what was their reaction? There were many

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dignified tears in court today, Suzanne's Sun Connor read out a

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statement on behalf of the family, he talked about the things his mum

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would miss, weddings, graduations, but he did say the families were

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grateful to have the facts of their loved ones's last moments heard and

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recorded. When it does reopen and recorded. When it does reopen and

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it's almost a surreal moment when you're sitting in the court room

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nice that it can be put to bed, is nice that it can be put to bed, is

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it important to us? Of course it is. Is it deeply all and end all,

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she will live on for ever. I've is she will live on for ever. I've is

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likely to continue to sometime? It's a long and complexity process, 30

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victims evidence to hear, this is day seven, likely to last for six

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weeks. Tomorrow we hear evidence from Birmingham city footballer

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Dennis exploits and his wife Elaine. Two people have been jailed

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for life, for the murder of their flatmate in a knife attack

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in Stratford Upon Avon. Kayleigh Louise Woods

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and Jack Williams tied up and killed 20 year old Bethany Hill

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in February last year. The prosecution described it

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as "a sadistic killing, Both will serve at least

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26 years behind bars. A 25-year-old man has been arrested

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on suspicion of murder, after a fatal stabbing

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on a Birmingham bus. Leon Barrett-Hazle was travelling

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on the top deck of the Number 11A in Handsworth on Monday evening,

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when he was attacked. The arrested man surrendered himself

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earlier this afternoon. West Midlands Ambulance Service has

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become the first NHS Foundation Trust to be rated

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outstanding by the Care Inspectors rated it the best

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across all ten ambulance trusts in England, it's continually met

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the required response It serves 26 NHS Trusts and responds

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to around 3,000 999 calls a day. In the last 18 months 850 assaults

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were reported on police officers across Worcestershire,

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Herefordshire and Shropshire. Now a new initiative has been

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launched to try and reduce The area's Police and Crime

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Commissioner says the new scheme - called "Behind the Badge" -

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is aimed at changing For many officers, dealing

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with the threat of violence And attacks don't just happen

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in our inner cities - PC Sherry Clifford was just 5 weeks

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out of training when she was kicked in the face

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outside a club in Evesham. The pain that excruciating, it

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knocked me back and knocked me out for a few seconds and then it was

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more, have to get back up because he is still fighting. After long kick

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through the face, I lost a tooth and a large factor down the side, had a

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massively swollen face for about three or four weeks.

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The new campaign aims to highlight the impact of violence

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People forget, I'm going home to my family, my partner, don't want to go

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home black and blue, people have stopped seeing us, they just see the

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uniform. We are a large rural force, we have police officers out there,

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away, I want to make sure the away, I want to make sure the

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community plays their part. In 2016 the force introduced body

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cameras which have been shown to reduce attacks in other parts

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of the country. And from day one

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officers receive this National figures show there's

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an attack on a police officer every 22 minutes

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and in the West Mercia Force area there were 850 assaults

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over an 18 month period. But however well trained,

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not everyone trusts the police Officers have suffered a variety of

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broken bones, can be extremely broken bones, can be extremely

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traumatic and officers then have to live with the injuries they may have

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suffered during a shift. The hope is the number of those

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injuries can be reduced. Thanks for joining us

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on Midlands Today, Shefali will bring us the detailed forecast,

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are we in for more fog? Not from actually but they will be a

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frost. Once again our weather watchers didn't disappoint, emerging

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in the bright sunlight produced some wonderful snaps today, a time to

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reflect on the week so far. Colder conditions on the way.

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Last year the former Stoke City manager Lou Macari helped set up

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Initially open for a two-month trial, thanks to his campaigning

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and setting up his own foundation, it's still in operation.

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And as new figures today show, the need is increasing -

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with the number of rough sleepers across the region on the rise.

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It's for being our best guest of the month. I couldn't see any way of

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helping them unless you get a bit close to them, if they have a bit of

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confidence in you, then gradually they start to tell you all about

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themselves. Without knowing about them, you can't help them.

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Congratulations! You have a bit of banter, then I go home, walked out

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the door, I go to a nice warm home, I've got a job that week, money in

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they haven't, know. It's somewhere they haven't, know. It's somewhere

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you can get a hot meal, somewhere you can get a hot meal,

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you can have a shower. And it's you can have a shower. And it's

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can speak to the staff here. It can speak to the staff here. It

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makes a massive difference. Do you think I'm crazy making him a

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second-in-command? Eudora? -- you can? He knows everything that's

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going on in here. His kind-hearted doing this, putting his heart into

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this. It's nice to come here and call it home. Late at night, seven

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o'clock you can call it home. Word is getting around, and ten years

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from now let's say,... It's that one-way system in step! The ring

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road! YouTube going round and round it and eventually you will get here!

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A lot of people who stay in here, they have been round the system for

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ages, not the same system you have talked about, being round and round,

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eventually you have got to try and eventually you have got to try and

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get them into another system which is the normal way of life. Help them

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try and achieve that, that would be brilliant.

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Joan Cummins is in Birmingham for us tonight, one of the areas

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with the largest number of homeless people.

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Joan, what's the picture like across the Midlands?

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You have already mentioned the official government figures which

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say more than 4000 in the country, here in Birmingham the figures

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captured on that snapshot were 55. The ambassador for the homeless

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situation here in Birmingham is this counsellor. What can you did try and

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help these people? In Birmingham were trying to do a lot, we have to

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be clear about this, this is a national issue, but we are working

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together with a lot of different groups in the city and we are

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listening to rough sleepers, I think that's absolutely key to get things

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done. 55 sounds really low in a city the size of Birmingham, a lot of

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people say, I bet it's higher. It's just a snapshot that took place in

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November when we all went out on a particular day set by the

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government, we did anticipate that would rise over the festive season

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and we do think that happened but alongside this we are planning to go

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out in the spring to see if trends change, we want to keep an eye on

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the numbers to respond to them. 55 the numbers to respond to them. 55

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is not many inner-city the size of Nottingham, on their 55 pit your can

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give them? There are barriers to some people, the going back doors,

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so to speak, so we're trying to address those and reduce them,

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helping couples to get into a hostel together, some rough sleepers of got

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dogs, there wasn't provision for those and now we have a hostel who

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are trialling it so they can get the are trialling it so they can get the

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dogs in so they can reduce those numbers. It's a situation that is

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going on, the council so they are investing more in dealing with this

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issue, and they are going to carry on doing their own monitoring of the

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situation. Being a bodyguard is a job which can

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pay up to ?1000 a day - You need to be prepared to put

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yourself in harm's way. But if that doesn't put you off,

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City College in Coventry can offer They visits by Princess Diana and

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the Queen Mother commanded police presence, and one of those offices

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is passing on his 30 years of experience to the next generation of

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would-be bodyguards. It started with the Birmingham pub bombings were a

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lot of us were taken into protection work and it went on to there. The

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Midland is a vibrant area with Birmingham and Coventry and the rest

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coming here who need the protection coming here who need the protection

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we can provide. Keeping their eyes peeled the danger and threats,

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students are coming to pay ?1100 to pass the accredited 14 day course.

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But all training needs that willing guinea pigs. So time for my

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superstar transformation. The scene is set. I am popular...

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And I have a stalker, who is obsessed with getting a bit too

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close. I said it would be here to see you! This may be playacting but

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you do need a license legally to do you do need a license legally to do

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protection work. That was a close shave, but what attracts people to

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put themselves on the line of fire? I always wanted to get into

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security, come from an army background, I got into the gym and

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thought I needed to do something with what I achieved. You are

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protecting the likes of me! It's all protecting the likes of me! It's all

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down to define it, doesn't matter what size or shape, as long as your

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bit, you can take on the training. I may be safe and sound but for the

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real VIPs, Coventry has got their back.

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It's been a busy day in the transfer market for Aston Villa,

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who've signed the Barnsley defender James Bree and the Icelandic

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And there's been a rare win for Coventry City.

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The Sky Blues are just 90 minutes away from Wembley -

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after beating Swansea's under 21 side in the quarter-final

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Reice Charles-Cook was their star man, saving two

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The Birmingham boxer Kal Yafai is to make the first defence

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of his world title in his home city later this year.

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Yafai won the WBA Super Middleweight belt in Manchester last month.

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It made him Birmingham's first ever boxing world champion.

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He will defend the title at the Barclaycard Arena

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Sikhs across Birmingham and the Black Country

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are being asked to come forward to share stories of migration

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from the first generation right through to the present day.

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The project, being led by the Nishkam Civic Association

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is looking to create a colelctive picture of what happened

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Our Arts Reporter Satnam Rana takes a look at how her grandfather's

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story is one of the many that have been locked away for decades.

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The faces of immigration and Wolverhampton in 1968, documented in

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a TV programme. It was my maternal grandfather,

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Prakash Singh Tahim who made a journey from North India

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in Punjab to the UK in 1963. And finally to a place I call home,

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Wolverhampton. But finding work wasn't that easy. I lost my

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grandfather a few weeks ago. TRANSLATION: He couldn't find work,

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the city looked to hold, then his cousin said you may have two tick

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off your turban and shave your bit. Once you did the same factories who

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went turned away the key man. But 1966 first of his family had joined

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him in they are many years later. My grandfather always

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wanted his chldren to build a better life through education -

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something he was denied in India and this was his main

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reason for migrating. Everyone used to say, why are you

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educating your children, especially your daughters? Answered, if you can

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send my to London to study, why can't you send bitterness and

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college in Birmingham. He agreed. The youngest went to university to.

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It is stories like ours that the Nishkam Civic Association

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in Birmingham is looking to document.

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The Heritage Lottery funded project is seeking out men and women

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who have made journies here from the '50s

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That generation is getting older and as they are passing, they're taking

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their stories with them so unless their stories with them so unless

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they have told you something personally, you won't know who these

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people were and what they contributed to the region.

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When my grandfather retired he returned to being

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Along the way he helped set up a gurdwara too.

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And he's left behind a legacy spanning generations,

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We have at the forecast is the last few days. Fog and frost. I nearly

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got it wrong! More on the way. Yes, we were shrouded in that frog

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dismally, dense, freezing fog, it was mostly across the South-East of

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the region, either in the west it was a much better picture. Here we

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had the best of the sunshine once the fog lifted. For once, that's not

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going to be obscured by fog tonight, there was cloud on the way, it has

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been nibbling away at the sunshine to the west throughout the day and

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now it is right across us. This will draw in cold air and the wins will

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turn to southerly, south-westerly is by Friday and that will come with a

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caveat, we have rain heading in from the west. Sunday is going to be the

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best day of the weekend. Looking at this evening, that cloud still

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starting to stretch across to the West, continuing its journey that

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way, so by the end of the night, cloud right across us, undercutting

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that we have the colder air being drawn in by the Southeast police.

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You can see the odd grain of snow, largely dry picture and with that

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cold air, temperatures will to form the below freezing. A fairly

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widespread frost as we head into the morning tomorrow. So a frosty cloudy

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start to Thursday, however it's going to be mainly dry, we will

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continue to see the snowflakes falling, but mainly dry picture. We

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might see a bit of brightness breaking through as the crowd thins

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out in places but you can see, it's good to be bitterly cold. With the

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wind chill, it can to feel even wind chill, it can to feel even

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colder than that. Into tomorrow night, we start to see those guys

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not clearing but the cloud thickening up again -- those skies.

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You can see Frost start to develop once again and perhaps even the

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likelihood of a bit of snow as we head into Friday.

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