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The headlines tonight: Six, so it's goodbye from me -

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"Our world has been torn apart" - the words

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of the parents of 11-year-old Evha Jannath, who died

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after falling from a water ride at Drayton Manor theme park.

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She was a lovely sweet natured girl, she was loved by everyone at the

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school. As a school and community, we are trying to make sense of this

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terrible tragedy. We will have the latest from Drayton Manor and the

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latest on the investigation. Also tonight, social

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media sites being used to glorify gang violence -

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and share tips on stealing cars. The dad who delivered -

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parents forced to have a home birth, because Ludlow maternity unit

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was closed . We got lucky this time because a lot

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of new mothers out there might not make it and have a happy ending.

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Saved from crumbling into history, the remains of a Herefordshire

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castle which has stood for nearly a thousand years.

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And the mercury shot up to 19 Celsius at Gloucester today.

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There's more to come this week but say goodbye this.

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Finally, we have some rain on the way.

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The words of the family of Evha Jannath - the 11-year-old

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girl who died after falling from a water ride, at Drayton Manor

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Evha was on a school trip yesterday, when she fell out of a boat

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Our reporter Sarah Bishop is at Drayton Manor.

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Sarah, the park remained closed today.

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Yes, such a perfect day today, you can imagine it would have been

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hundreds of thousands of schoolchildren eager to come here to

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Drayton Manor to sample the rights. Everything is at a standstill, it is

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like the plug has been pulled, it has been closed today as a mark of

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respect. Full of love and always smiling,

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the words of Evha's parents. The theme park she had come

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to on a school trip closed today Quite how the 11-year-old came to be

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thrown into the water on the splash Canyon is now under investigation

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by the Health and Safety Executive witnesses have described how

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they think they saw her momentarily stand-up to switch seats

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when she was jettisoned overboard. At the school in Leicester,

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a private Muslim school for girls, She was a lovely sweet natured

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girl and she was loved As a school and community,

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we are trying to make sense Our thoughts and prayers

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are with Evha's family at this 13-year-old Patrick from Rugby fell

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into the water on the same Thankfully a member of the public

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pulled him to safety. I was waiting for Patrick to come

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round and I saw other boats with children aged four

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or five and each time they were knocked off their seats

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onto the floor of the boat and the parents were grabbing them

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to get them back their seats again and a simple lap belt would tell

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a child I'm not Staff at Drayton Manor have been

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offered counselling and invited to sign a book of condolence

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in the parish church. As a parent you will naturally think

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that could have been my child so there is a degree of empathy

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with the family but to a certain extent we cannot begin

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to imagine what her family We can stand in

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solidarity with them. Evha's parents said

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in a statement... Sarah, what's the latest

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with the investigation into finding We have had no more statements or

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information from Drayton Park management today but the

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investigation is being led by Staffordshire Police in conjunction

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with the Health and Safety Executive was of the police is to look to see

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if there is any degree of criminality or culpability.

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Presumably they will be looking for whether or not Evha was standing on

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the craft at the time of the accident. There will also be looking

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at supervision. When will the park reopened? We have been waiting all

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day for word from the management here but still we have no idea but

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what we are hearing from Alton Towers up the roads to the north

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Staffordshire is they are shutting their water right, the Congo River

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rapids ride is shut from tomorrow as a precautionary measure and it will

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be closed until such time they say as more details of the incident here

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at Drayton Manor become available. Detectives say that social media

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sites are being used to glorify gang violence and even share tips on how

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to steal people's cars. The warnings come after a recent

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upsurge of crimes in the south of Birmingham, including

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shootings and burglaries. One parent told our special

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correspondent, Peter Wilson, that she feared speaking out

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because her teenagers would be The videos posted online

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are professional with high production values but the baselines

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are dark and threatening - lyrics allegedly inciting violence

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and threats to rival gangs. The police have been

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watching closely - five teenagers this week arrested

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as part of an ongoing investigation But it's not just online -

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a mini crimewave has Across South Birmingham,

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a spate of shootings involving shotguns and handguns and random

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acts of violence. Less than two weeks ago,

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a 29-year-old man was walking along this road when two cars

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pulled up men jumped out In Bartley Green one young mum

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told me she feared speaking out in case the gangs would kick

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down her front door. They are fighting for starters. They

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bring knives out, actually. It does frighten you. There is nothing going

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on here, the pubs on Fridays is for the over 18 is, for the under 18 is

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they are lost so they're trying to get a name for themselves.

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The police say they understand the fears

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Over the past week we have arrested ten individuals,

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three of whom have been charged recently working with my team

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investigating from CID but also we stepped up patrols in the local

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area, we have engaged with the local policing colleagues to try and get

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Last week six teenagers were jailed for car jacking offences -

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many used social media sites to boast of their crimes.

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One city councillor says the community has had enough.

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Residents want action, there has been enough meetings about this. We

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have to look on social media about posts being made by local gangs

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challenging each other, there is enough of the police to take action.

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Two years ago, a knife fight left one teenager dead

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Northfield was enjoying the sunshine today, one church is using social

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media to spread a positive message about young people who're helping

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This isn't the area we know and actually at the time there

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was a hashtag which we developed which did the rounds on social

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media, we are Northfield which was to reaffirm

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and re-establish the positive stuff that goes on in the area.

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What concerns the police is the age range of those they're

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investigating 14 to 17-year-olds risking their own and other

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Six pupils have been treated in hospital after being exposed

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to a chemical leak, at a school in Birmingham.

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It happened this morning at Four Dwellings Academy in Quniton.

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The teenagers, along with their teacher, developed

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breathing difficulties - after a bottle of Bromine

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Their condition is not believed to be serious.

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A man's been charged with ten counts of arson,

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after a spate of fires on grassland in Rugeley in Staffordshire.

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51-year-old Gary Ball, from Burntwood, will appear before

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More than 100 fires have been reported in the area since March.

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An Afghan interpreter, who fought alongside British troops

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against the Taliban, has been granted

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Javed Hotak told Midlands Today in February that he'd been forced

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to live illegally in the city, after his initial request failed.

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The Home Office refused to accept it was dangerous for him to go home

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Yesterday he learnt a fresh application had been successful.

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A father from Shropshire has spoken of his shock at having

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to deliver his baby daughter at home - because their local maternity unit

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in Ludlow was closed - due to staff shortages.

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Amelie made her dramatic arrival at the weekend.

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A very fast labour meant there was no time to get

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to the nearest open midwifery unit, 20 mild away in Bridgnorth.

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So Dad had no choice, but to turn midwife himself.

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Oblivious to her dramatic entry into the world,

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Amelie was born at home on Sunday just before

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If we go, we're not going to get there so we are going to have

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Mum Alison and dad Mark had plans to give birth

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at Ludlow midwifery led unit, a facility Alison has been

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campaigning to keep in the Shropshire market town.

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The unit was temporary closed this weekend and the next place

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Half an hour in a car, contractions every three minutes,

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we were not going to make it so it was a case of call that off

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We just had to go with it, we are going to have to do it.

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The unit based at Ludlow community hospital is one of several rural

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midwifery services under review across Shropshire.

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In a statement, the NHS trust says...

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The head of midwifery at the trust has said sorry to Mr and Mrs Hiles

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that they could not give birth to their daughter

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She also says she will meeting to discuss their concerns.

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Mark and Alison are grateful that Amelie arrived safely

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but they are concerned it might not be the same for others.

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A lot of new mothers out there might not make it

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With just a month to go until the General Election,

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the West Midlands is emerging as one of the most hotly-contested

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Its clusters of marginal seats, often swing back

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and forth between Labour and the Conservatives.

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A succession of senior politicians have already beaten a path

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Here's our Political Editor Patrick Burns.

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Where once they built the firefighters in Erdington,

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they now make Jaguar cars, one reason why the Midlands

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is the only UK region running a trade surplus with China.

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But if having a prize business asset like that on its doorstep really

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does much for Erdington itself, there was precious little evidence

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of it in and around the high street, one of the most deprived

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constituencies in Britain, 63% of the electorate voted

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And to many voters here, there is no doubt about

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Now we know it is going to go ahead and we have a date.

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I think we should have more say in government.

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And you think that a bigger issue than the other issues?

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Election last week of the Conservative Midlands Metro Mayor

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sent out the clearest signal yet that some old political

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Walsall has two marginal Labour constituencies

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Those of us with long memories recalled Margaret Thatcher

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telling her supporters 30 years ago they still had to win

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All but one of Birmingham's ten constituencies are

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This time though Erdington is one of at least four seats in the city

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where the Conservatives reckon they are in with a chance.

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It is also where Theresa May's Joint Chiefs of Staff Mick Timothy grew up

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so Erdington is also code of those ordinary working people

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More jobs, more living accommodation.

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And more apprenticeships for training young people.

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There are to many people being wasted.

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The way the NHS is going, that is another big problem.

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So it is not mainly about Brexit for you?

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You can see Birmingham's changing skyline from out here,

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one of Britain's business hotspots but which party has the best plan

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to drive all that economic energy towards the places barely three

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Forget Middle England, it is in the city you will find

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And Patrick joins us now overlooking Birmingham.

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We're not used to Erdington being at the centre of an election

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From the roof of Fort Dunlop that looks like one of those places

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people drive by without registering hundreds of thousands of them every

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day on the behind me but the politicians will be stopping off

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here over the next few weeks, Labour have 5000 majority to defend. There

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has not been a Conservative MP here since before the Second World War

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that now they need a swing of just over 7%. The news Ukip have named

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this among three North Birmingham constituencies where they will not

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be standing this time, raises hopes for conservatives they will pick up

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at least a decent share of the 6000 or so people who voted for Ukip last

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time around at Labour stress in those metro mayoral elections last

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week their share of the vote in Birmingham did go up overall

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compared with their performance in the general election last time.

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What are the other seats to look out for?

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If the electoral front line is shifting into the inner cities then

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Coventry South, Wolverhampton South West, Stoke South will be places to

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look at, if the Ukip vote is collapsing, big question is where

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exactly does that go but Labour will have their sights on Telford, a

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swing of under 2% in a town which is at the sharp end of the great

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tug-of-war over hospitals and drop shot.

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And what about a Liberal Democrat bounceback -

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Cheltenham is the Liberal Democrats key target seat here but if you look

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at last weeks county council elections in Gloucestershire they

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went in with 14 councillors and they came out of the elections with 14.

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That is not exactly a bounce. Patrick, thank you.

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And for all the information about the general election

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where you live, take a look at the bbc election 2017 website.

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Thanks for joining us on Midlands Today,

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after a glorious day - will there be more of the same

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or rain on the way - Shefali can give us a hint.

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Yes, there's rain on the way sadly, you'll have to wave goodbye

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A stunning selection of the photos from our weather watchers capturing

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It was a beauty and in the south of region temperatures hit the giddy

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More on that rain though later - dribs, drabs or downpours.

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If you're a regular train user, how would you fancy sharing

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That could become a reality, if a new train carriage

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being launched in the Midlands, gets the go-ahead.

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The concept involves collapsible seats and tables -

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which can make space for small items of freight.

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It's claimed the idea could help reduce the number

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Here's our Transport Correspondent, Peter Plisner.

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The new adapable carriage concept being previewed at a major rail

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event at the national exhibition centre today.

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This speeded up film shows how part of a passenger carriage can be

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converted to create space for freight in just three minutes.

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So at the terminus station, the guard would walk

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through the carriage, make sure there is nothing left

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on the seat and then leave the carriage, locked the doors

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and outside there will be a key system to enable

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With our roads full of lorries often carrying small parcels the idea

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is to create a network of routes across the country where once again

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But hang on - isn't our rail network overcrowded with passengers already?

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That's certainly the case at PEAK TIMES - but this new concept

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is design to utilise space when the rail network isn't as busy

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But industry observers getting their first glimpse

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of the new system today remain pretty sceptical.

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The lorries go from hub to hub, this would involve setting up

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new hubs mainline stations, you would also have the trains

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You have to reconfigure it, someone has to move the seats along,

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the seats will not be as good as custom seats.

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Inventors do say though that carrying freight this will bring

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new money into the railways - which could be used to minimise

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That would allow the train operating companies to run a more efficient

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service and to invest some of that income back and either keep

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passenger rises to a minimum or to invest in the infrastructure

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It's not the first time first time small packages have been carried

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Remember the days when red star parcel operated

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It's more a case of history repeating itself.

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The BBC understands a deal could be close for Harry Redknapp to carry

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Redknapp took charge of the final three games of this season,

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winning two of them - and saving the Blues

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Negotiations are continuing with the club's owners

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and an announcement is possible before the end of the week.

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A student from Staffordshire, who was paralysed in a cycling

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accident, has achieved a personal goal by learning to scuba dive.

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Samuel Asbury, from Norton Canes, broke his spine when he was 14.

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He's now working on his Ocean Diver pool training - with the aim

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Learning to scuba dive - a new lease of life for Samuel Asbury.

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Eight years ago he lost the use of his legs

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On one of the hills we went down, there was a sharp right-hand turn

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and I pulled the brakes but the cord snapped so I actually ended up

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going into the ditch and flipping over and hitting a tree.

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I don't think I'll ever get used to it really.

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I still get times when I'm just, like, why, why me?

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For such an active teenager, it was a huge blow.

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I used to free run, jump off buildings and do backflips

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But scuba diving is helping Samuel come to terms with being paralysed.

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He started training at Burntwood Recreation Centre this year -

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when he's qualified he plans to travel the world with his dad

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I like being underwater, there's a sense of calm about it,

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everything is quiet and all you focus on down there

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I like that, the peace of it but I'm also a pretty big fan of history

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so I like the fact I can dive with shipwreck.

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Samuel has previously attempted to get in the Para

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But is now content to dedicate himself to his

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It's stood over Herefordshire's glorious Golden Valley

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But after decades of neglect, Snodhill Castle looked as though it

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would disappear from the landscape, as it slowly crumbled to the ground.

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Now, thanks to a determined group of villagers, the castle -

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built just after the Norman Conquest - is to be saved.

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Snodhill - one of the largest Norman castles ever built.

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It survived ancient battles but 20th century neglect nearly made this

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historic building vanish forever - until villager Vegetation

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In 1997 a huge chunk of all fell down and you would find bits of

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stone that had come off so he could see it was deteriorating before your

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eyes. Vegetation had taken hold. The 11th century castle became

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totally obscured much to the upset of local residents who even held

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parties here 30 years ago. They've now formed

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a preservation trust. I feel we are honouring the people

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who built this place by looking In 30 years' time, it

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would be its thousandth anniversary we do not know much about who built

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it but I think we owe it to them to preserve it

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and maintain it for the future. Historic England has donated nearly

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half ?1 million to repair Experts believe it will help unlock

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secrets from the past. Every time we open up the trench,

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something new and exciting is always being discovered here and the locals

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are so on-board and so excited to get something done with this

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place and to get it safe. The marchers between England

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and Wales one of the most heavily defended border areas in Europe

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and Snodhill castle is a key castle in a key area on a key route

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in that system of defence. In the autumn when the renovation

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work has been completed, and the site has been made safe,

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the public will be able to visit the castle, a monument that

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could easily have been lost to the nation had it not been

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for the determination A glorious day, Shefali is making

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the most of the evening It is on the way but not yet for

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which I'm grateful. It will become the next not so distant future.

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Today marks the end of the current dry spell and tonight is the last of

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the frosty nights for a while. What a sensational day it was today from

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one end of the region to the other are bursting with sunshine, you just

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had to soak it all in. Temperatures reached a glorious 19 Celsius at

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Gloucester and elsewhere are nice crop of 17s. For the next few days

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come although we gain the rain we will not lose the war, we may gain

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some humidity as well or though it will be breezy. If we look at the

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pressure chart, the jet stream will be pushing up low pressure from the

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South bringing in more unsettled conditions. It will be breezy and

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humid. After that it starts to freshen up and some sunshine at the

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weekend in between the showers. Back to tonight and a cool one, pleasant

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spells of sunshine around off the day and cooling down and clearer

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skies once it turns dark and temp just dropping to a of five Celsius.

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The towns and cities but near freezing in the countryside so here

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we could see a touch of grass frost into the morning before the cloud

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thickens up. Elsewhere, temperatures holding up to six or seven Celsius.

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Tomorrow morning, a fairly dry start across northern and central parts

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and in the south some sunny spells and decent spells of sunshine to

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begin the day but then cloud thickens up all substantially from

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the South Rooney and a clutch of showers mostly light but there could

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be the odd thundery and heavy one as well but localised because it is

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showering. Tomorrow night, the showers do not make much progress

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further north so really the south of the region that will be affected but

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tomorrow's temperatures up to 19 Celsius is still quite warm and more

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humid as well. The outlook, Friday will be more widespread substantial

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downpours, fairly localised with showers into the weekend. Looking

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good for the start of the Mull Vernor show. See you then. Goodbye.

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