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That is all from the BBC's news at six, so it is goodbye from me,

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A Good evening. Welcome to North West Tonight with Peter Marshall and

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Annabel Tiffin. Our top story. A Liverpool hospital was right to

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withhold treatment from this patient. Piece it has stressed the

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real value of human life, the Supreme Court, and that is what we

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wanted. One solicitor describes the Supreme Court's ruling as

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potentially the most significant right to life one for decades. Also

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tonight: the funeral flower thieves: the CCTV that caught out two sisters

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stealing wreaths to sell. The bone marrow donor and the man whose life

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he saved ` we're there as they meet for the first time. And Homer's

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odyssey ` the pigeon that returned to its owner two years after it set

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out. Ever turned up a party feeling of a bit under dress? Imagine what I

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am fuming. We are in Liverpool for the launch of the lesbian, gay,

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bisexual and transgender festival. `` imagine what I am

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A hospital was right to withhold treatment from a dying patient. That

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was the ruling of the Supreme Court today in the latest stage of a long

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legal battle fought by Liverpool musician David James' wife. But his

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family say the detail of the ruling is a moral victory for families who

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want a say in how seriously ill patients should be treated. One

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solicitor has described it as potentially the most significant

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right to life ruling for decades. Our Merseyside Reporter, Andy Gill,

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was at the Supreme Court judgement and joins us from London now. This

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is a complicated but emotional area of medical law. It is about the gap

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between what doctors think is right for someone who is seriously ill,

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and what families think is best for someone they love. The family of

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David James lost their appeal at the Supreme Court. They are so that they

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have achieved a moral victory. # they are certain. David James's

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widow and daughter arrive at the Supreme Court. They say they

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expected its decision to reject their appeal. But believe it's

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supported them in important ways. The court of appeal was invited to

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grab them with the dead, technically, the appeal was

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dismissed but the family have won the argument in principle. David

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James became seriously ill after going into Aintree Hospital in May

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last year. Doctors said he couldn't take his own decisions. And that

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treatment to keep him alive would be futile and burdensome. His family

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wanted everything done to keep him alive. At first, the Court of

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Protection agreed with them. But Aintree went to the Appeal Court and

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won a ruling that it was justified in withholding treatment. The

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Supreme Court said the appeal court made the right decision for the

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wrong reasons. The right decision because, by the time of the appeal

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court judgement, David James was so ill that it would've been futile,

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but for the wrong reasons that the appeal did not listen up emphasis on

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his knees as an individual and, for that reason, David Jamess' family

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see this judgement as a moral victory. For example the Appeal

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Court was wrong to say life prolonging treatment would be futile

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if it didn't cure a life threatening disease, because such treatment may

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still bring some benefit to the patient. And it was wrong to

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attribute the wishes of a "reasonable patient" to Mr James,

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instead of considering his own wishes. I just hope other families

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feel justified, who have experienced similar things to us. I hope that

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they feel justified, because we do. People must fight for their loved

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ones, in what they think is right for them. Aintree Hospital said it

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was pleased that the Appeal Court decision has been upheld. It is

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clear that decisions surrounding best interests in some complex cases

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remain "a difficult balancing exercise". The family say it should

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ensure doctors do not make hasty decisions which are not in a

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patient's best interests. What other reaction has there been from the

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medical and legal professions? We have been speaking to Professor Mark

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Bellamy from the intensive care Society. He told us that this ruling

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shows how doctors must approach each case on an individual basis. One of

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the things this judgement emphasises is the need for a human approach,

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the deal with each case on its own backs. But, it does give us greater

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clarity, it clarifies the legal position and it does give a

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framework to help patients, doctors and the families of patients in

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these very difficult times. We have been speaking to lawyer who says

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this could be the most significant right to live ruling for decades. He

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says that because doctors now must take a wider view of what the

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patient's best interests are. For example, do they have a loving,

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close family surrounding them, like David James did? Before, the idea of

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medical intervention was that you would make a full recovery of the

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doctors gave you treat them, but now, this ruling suggests that

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medical intervention might be so that the patient might achieve some

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polity of life that is acceptable to the patient, and that is the

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important thing, and that is why, in their statement, Aintree Hospital

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talked about this still being a difficult balancing exercise. Two

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sisters who stole funeral flowers to recycle and sell on were branded

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"shameful" by a judge today. Marion Hill and Lynsey Millett were caught

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on CCTV stealing wreaths from a crematorium in Liverpool. They tried

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to say they'd planned to put the stolen flowers on their own mum s

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grave. But police found evidence they were actually running a

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commercial venture. Our Chief Reporter, Dave Guest has the

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details. This is Marion Hill and Lynsey Millett committing what a

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district judged described as a disgraceful crime ` stealing flowers

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from a crematorium. They were, in fact involved in a business. They

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were making commercial gains out of this. Staff at Liverpool's

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Springwood Crematorium had received a number of complaints from grieving

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families that floral tributes had vanished. They set up this CCTV

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camera ` and then caught the culprits. Having been caught

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red`handed the woman admitted theft but then tried to claim they had

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placed the flowers on the grave of their mother in the neighbouring

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cemetery but when police searched their home they can condolence

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cards, and what others describe as wreath making paraphernalia, and

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seven reads in a house including one bearing the word "dad". The

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prosecution said it was clear that they had embarked on a commercial

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venture. The sisters arrived at Liverpool Magistrates Court with

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their faces covered and with nothing to say. But Chris Jannet had plenty

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to say. It was his late mother's flowers the pair were seen stealing

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on this CCTV footage. They ask am, aren't they? They are scum in my

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eyes. It is unacceptable. District Judge Richard Clancy said the pair

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had committed a shameful act ` a most disgraceful form of offence. He

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jailed Hill for five weeks with a further five weeks suspended ` she

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had previous for dishonesty. Millett's eight`week sentence was

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suspended for 12 months. What do you think about the sentence? I was

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disappointed. They should have got a minimum of six months in jail.

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Millett left, as she arrived, with her face covered. Other news from

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around the North West now. A man who stabbed his partner and their son to

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death in North Lancashire has been sectioned under the Mental Health

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Act. Paul Chadwick killed Lisa Clay and six`year`old Joseph Clay at

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their home in Bolton`le`Sands in April. He admitted manslaughter on

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the grounds of diminished responsibility at an earlier

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hearing. A man has been sent to prison for 12 years for trying to

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smuggle almost ?4 million worth of heroin through Manchester Airport in

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a chapati oven. 43`year`old Muhammad Khalid claimed the substance inside

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was mud. Border officials say the seizure, in June, was one of the

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biggest single finds of Class A drugs at the airport. And all

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primary schools on the Isle of Man are to get potentially life saving

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defibrillators. It follows a ?6 ,000 donation from "Craig's Heartstrong

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Foundation". The charity was set up by the family of Craig Lunt, who

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died from an undiagnosed heart condition in 2005. Next tonight an

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inquest into the death of an Indian student whose body was found in a

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Greater Manchester canal has heard that he'd smuggled ecstasy into a

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nightclub last New Year's eve before becoming separated from his friends.

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Souvik Pal's body was found in the Bridgewater Canal in Old Trafford

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nearly three weeks later. Today his parents thanked their son's friends

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and police for the efforts they d made to find him. Naomi Cornwell

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reports. Souvik Pal was 19 years old. He had come to the UK from

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India to study at Manchester Metropolitan University, appearing

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in a video encouraging others to roll as international students. This

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is the best place, that is why I have come here. Today, his parents

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heard him described as a very popular young man. He had drunk

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alcohol and taken ecstasy before coming to the warehouse Project in

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traffic to celebrate New Year's Eve. One described how Souvik Pal

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had researched in advance how to conceal drugs from the club's

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sniffer dogs, hiding them in his clothing. A member of the security

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staff told the court that a student had charged at her to get past the

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security system. This CCTV footage showed the last confirmed sighting

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of him outside. Another camera recorded footage of two people going

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down the canal embankment shortly after, with one of them believed to

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be Souvik Pal, trying to climb a fence to the water, but no witnesses

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have been found to confirm that it was. Despite extensive police

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searchers, whose body was not found until three weeks later, and how and

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when he went into the water is still a mystery. A postmortem showed he

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had no injuries. The cause of his death was drowning. Would you like

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to appeal to that other person in particular to come forward?

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Absolutely. I would like to appeal to them, and that there was anyone

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else known, to come forward, and that information that they know

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about it. The coroner said it was testament to the man that their son

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was that so many friends were in court to give evidence. Merseyside

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actor and director Graham Stark has died at the the age of 91. During

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his career, he starred in almost 100 films, including Alfie and Casino

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Royale. He died last night after recently suffering a stroke. A

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20`year ban on scallop dredging in a bay in the south of the Isle of Man

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has been announced. It's part of continuing efforts to protect the

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sea bed. Baie ny Carrickey, in Port St Mary, will become the sixth

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stretch around the Manx coast to be given protected status. And 30, 00

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knitted mice have entered the record books at Altrincham Football Club

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this afternoon. Set out end to end ` they measured a mile long and have

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been sent from around the world The event's raised thousands of pounds

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for the Alzheimer's Society. When Andy Howie read about bone marrow

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donation in his local newspaper in Sale, he signed up to the register

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and thought nothing more about it. But five years later a letter

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arrived, telling him he was a close match to someone who desperately

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needed his help. He went ahead with the procedure and ` a few months

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later ` received a card from two grateful parents whose son had been

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saved. Because of official rules about anonymity, he didn't know who

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the young man was. But now, after ten years, the two have finally been

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able to contact each other and meet for the first time. Mark Edwardson

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reports. Andy Howie and his wife are awaiting visitors. Until recently

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only knew about the man he had helped was that he lived in

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Scotland. Three of four weeks from being slightly tender around the hip

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and back area, and will I hear anything again? I don't know. Then I

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received a card from my recipient, on the first anniversary, I am doing

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well, thank you for everything you have done. This year was the 10th

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anniversary and another card landed on the doorstep and when I phoned

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the donor centre. They said, after two years, if you both agree to

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making contact, you can do. You re still two strangers with a very

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strong connection. Nearby, Ian and his father are waiting. Nervous

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with fear, everything. It developed into leukaemia. And a bone marrow

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transplant is the only answer that you have got. For them to tell me

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that they had found someone that was pretty much a perfect match was

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massively reassuring. Until, they have only exchanged e`mails and had

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never even spoken on the phone. Pleased to meet you. Ten years, a?

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This is Rhys and Aaron. That is my family. None of that would have

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happened, if it was not for Andy. Andy Howie is planning a trip to

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Glasgow to meet the rest of Ian s family. They hope that it is the

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start of a new friendship. We have an attachment. Yes, quite literally.

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Andy did that not wanting the recognition. There are people out

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there wanting to do these things. If you want to find out more about

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signing up to the British Bone Marrow Registry by going to:

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And we'd like to hear your stories of kindness ` not just related to

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donations. Is there someone you d nominate for going above and beyond

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the call of duty, and trying to help others? If so, let us know their

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story, and we'll bring you some of those heart`warming tales in the run

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up to Christmas. Still to come on North West Tonight. I'll have the

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latest on UEFA's action against CSKA Moscow for racist chanting directed

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at Manchester City's Yaya Toure And from culture club to culture

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vulture. Boy joked `` boy George turns artist for the Liverpool

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Homotopia Festival. It was a case of Return to Sender ` two years late.

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Pigeon fancier Alan Barnett sent one of his birds off on a race back in

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2011 and Lily never returned. Missing in action, presumed dead.

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But then a few days ago, a bedraggled looking bird landed back

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in Alan's loft in Stockport. Yunus Mulla takes up the story. Their

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shears, there was my baby,, look. When Lily returned, Alan Mercer

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thinking she was a stray. Imagine his surprise when he checked the

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lead number with the Royal pigeon Association and was told that it was

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the very baby pigeon he had lost two years ago. It came back with it

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belongs to A Barnett. Our battle, that is me. They do is, it is

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unbelievable. Alan has been flying pigeons for more than half a century

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but lost a pigeon during a training event in Stafford. Before you

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realise it was Lily, he took her to hold, she returned back a second

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time. `` Hull. From Hull, that is about 100 miles. On its own. The

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pigeon fancier believes that the bird might have been locked in a

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pigeon loft for the past two and a half years. It must have felt

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something here for the short time it was here. It is attached to me now.

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It thinks I am her husband. My God, I don't know. You're a good girl,

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are you? Somebody told me that they take

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homing pigeons to New York and they fly all the way home. Perhaps that

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is where she has been all that time. It has taken her long enough. Sport

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now and UEFA has punished CSKA Moscow after racist chanting

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directed towards Manchester City's Yaya Toure. Yes they have ordered

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the partial closure of CSKA's stadium for their next Champions

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League tie. You'll remember that Yaya complained about the chanting

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during City's 2`1 win a week ago. A single`tiered section of the Arena

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Khimki stadium will be shut when Bayern Munich are the visitors on

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the 27th November. This is in line with UEFA procedure. A second

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offence could lead to their whole stadium being closed. Have City or

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the player made any comment? No I have spoken to the club and they say

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they aren't making any comment. I think CSKA's visit to the Etihad

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Stadium on Tuesday is no doubt at the forefront of their minds. Yaya

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Toure was furious about the chanting but with the team in action at

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Newcastle tonight I wouldn't expect any comment from him at this stage.

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Staying with Manchester City ` they face Newcastle tonight for a place

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in the quarter finals of the League Cup. You can hear full match

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commentary on BBC Radio Manchester. Manchester United are already

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through to the quarter finals. They beat Norwich 4`0 at Carrow Road last

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night. The win included two goals for Javier Hernandez, and a volley

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from Phil Jones ` his first goal in nearly two years. But Burnley have

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been knocked out by West Ham, who were awarded two late penalties at

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Turf Moor. Wigan Athletic have signed the Aston Villa winger Marc

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Albrighton on loan for a month. The 23`year`old could make his debut in

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tonight's match against QPR at the DW Stadium. The Isle of Man cyclist

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Mark Cavendish has been invited to train with the Great Britain track

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team overview to competing at the 2016 Olympic Games. The 29`year`old

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has said that he would be keen to return to the track for Rio. Sir

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Alex Ferguson's autobiography has become the fastest`selling

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nonfiction book since they started logging it 15 years ago. More than

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115,000 copies were sold in its first week. It beats the record set

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by Delia Smith 14 years ago. Delia's saying, that's quite a lot of

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books, Fergie, but there was only one of us who can boil the perfect

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egg! Unicorns, sprites and fauns will be mingling with police

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officers, councillors and the Lord Mayor this evening to launch

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Liverpool's 10th Homotopia Festival. It's the annual celebration of

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Lesbian, Gay Bisexual and Transgender culture and heritage and

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this year to help them celebrate their birthday they've got a very

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special guest. Non other than Boy George. And Ian Haslam is there for

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us now. Suffice to say I am not that special guest, but you join us in

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Liverpool with hundreds of people, uniform is like unicorns, Abbot of

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glitter there, it has been going for ten years. It is a huge festival.

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The organiser is this man, Gary Ten years. It is incredible. It is great

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that Liverpool has embraced it. We have had support from the arts

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Council and Liverpool city council. I have got unicorns on my right and

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Boy George on my left, so it is all a bit surreal. I am proud that this

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is happening in Liverpool. A very friendly unicorn. Tell us what else

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is going on. We haven't art exhibition by Boy George. We have a

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big exhibition at the open eye. So, the wrist for everybody and quite a

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big programme. `` there is stuff for everybody.

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You are here not for music reasons but for artistic reasons. You're

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launching your first ever art exhibition. My work is photography,

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that is my medium although I have done some screen prints and some

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pencil drawing. I have worked with another artist called Trademark We

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have done a few things together There is talk of doing a bigger show

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up here. It is quite exciting. Liverpool seems to be into

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interesting, cultural, lest the centre things. `` left of centre

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things. And this is the 10th year anniversary, so obviously it is

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popular. That is a good thing. I am very excited about this. Plenty of

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events going on throughout November. I am going to get back chatting to

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my unicorn reindeer. `` friend here. We might never see in again. I think

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that they are going to have some party. Do you like natty hats? Maybe

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not in this weather. It does not work with my

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I will have to apologise, we are of a wardrobe malfunction. My poppy has

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dropped off. We started with plenty of sunshine this morning. We saw

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plenty of rain at times. That will ease away. It has not been

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particularly warm. As we head into the weekend, temperatures continuing

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to fall. On Friday, parts of Lancashire will seek temperatures no

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higher than nine Celsius. If you live here, wrap up warm. That rain

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is going to ease, leaving some showers sneaking through from the

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West. We start off with clear skies initially. Clouds beginning to ease

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back in. Temperatures will drop as low as five Celsius in Chester, so

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we could see some grass frost tomorrow morning. Tomorrow, starting

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off OK, then we will see plenty of scattered showers. Then the wind

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begins to pick up and the shallows begin to pile in, a rash of shallows

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on and off through most of tomorrow. `` a rash of shallows. `` showers.

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If you are out trick or treating tomorrow night we're going to see

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some more rain. As we head into Friday and into the weekend, it will

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be fairly unsettled. Before we go ` some lovely pictures

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to show you. Chester Zoo has been giving its animals an early

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Halloween treat. They've been serving up pumpkins this week. The

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zoo says it encourages the animals to think about and work for their

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food. Meanwhile we'd love to see your pumpkin pictures if you're

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doing anything special for Halloween. E`mail them to us at

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[email protected] I have got my poppy on. That's all from the team for

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now. Goodbye. Everyday normal things that everybody

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does is where I use my energy. I haven't got an extravagant

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lifestyle, I've not got a hot tub outside or

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something like that. In essence, it is

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a choice between heating or eating. We will still eat

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and we will still have heating

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