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Welcome to North West Tonight with Roger Johnson

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Whistle blowers reveal the true scale of problems

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The Ambulance Service say the criticisms made have already been

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addressed. Prayers for the four members

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of the same family - killed in a minibus crash -

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while on a pilgrimage Head teachers in Cheshire East

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threaten a four-day week - I have never seen anything like it.

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It is Draconian. It will destroy some schools.

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Breaking sports news - as Liverpool announce

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Steven Gerrard's return as a full-time youth coach.

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12-hour shifts without a break - faulty equipment and patients' lives

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Just some of the shocking claims made tonight by two whistleblowers

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Yesterday the service was told it has to improve

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But the whistleblowers say the true scale of the problem

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Abbie Jones has this exclusive report.

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It has got to the point where people's lives are in danger.

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Something needs to be done. We need some more staff, more downtime. We

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need help. It is a constant battle people are under at the moment. You

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are not allowed to let it affect you because you have to get to the next

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job. They work on the frontline and say

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they, and their profession These ambulance staff

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have put their jobs We've disguised their faces -

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and their voices - The public needs to know how

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understaffed we are. Yesterday's CQC report found one

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in six paramedic posts were unfilled But, these whistleblowers say,

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also putting lives in danger. You have got paramedics and you have

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an emergency medical technicians who are not trained to do exactly what a

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paramedic can do. If they are sent out, paramedics are promised but

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nine times out of ten they are not enough staff because they are doing

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other stuff. They are not right. The other left of the family is

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screaming at them to do things. Is that costing lives because you have

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a patient who cannot get treatment then? Potentially, yes because they

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cannot give the treatment that is required. The QTc found that between

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these years there were 2000 incidents were staff waited over one

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hour four paramedic back-up. It is scary. Staff go home wondering why

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they could not do stuff. Patients are in a life threatening situation.

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The core system needs looking at because it is not working. These

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whistle-blowers say it is equipment as well as staffing that is woefully

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lacking. You are having to supply your own or you do like a makeshift

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or you are stealing things from other vehicles that are parked up.

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Some doors do not open from the outside, so if there is an accident,

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you would not be able to get out. The vehicles are always breaking

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down and the heating does not work in the back for the patients.

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Inspection was based on one surprise visit and one that was announced.

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These staff say managers only make changes if they are made aware of

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the visit. Managers go around like headless chickens ordering new

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stuff. If the QTc were not there, you would get run ragged. 12 or 13

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hours without refreshment breaks. You are driving round, blurred

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vision with headaches. People ask for uniforms and wheat months to get

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them. These people say we have complained to managers but change

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has not happened and the public needs protection. Speaking out as a

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last resort to make that happen. Well, Abbie is with us

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in the studio now. Abbie, you've put the whistle

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blowers' claims to the Yes, we asked for someone to come

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onto this programme to talk about what are really serious claims

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- but we were told no-one could. We've had a statement

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from the Ambulance Service and it's not disputing some of what these

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whistleblowers are saying. The service admits that there have

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been delays in back up ambulances arriving -

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it blames more call outs It says staff taking breaks depends

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on the number of incidents and can With the equipment claims it says

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the CQC made recommendations It denies anything changed

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in the service just because the CQC was coming and says inspectors met

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with staff without managers Finally it says it's worked hard

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to put right the issues the CQC But we interviewed these

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whisteblowers in the last week - and they say understaffing,

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stress, backup delays The Manchester family devastated

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by a road crash in Saudi Arabia have been remembered during Friday

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prayers in Manchester. A baby boy and his grandparents

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were among those killed The child's mum, brother and sister

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were injured in the accident Our Chief Reporter,

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Dave Guest, has more. Friday prayers in Manchester

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for lives lost so many miles away. At the Central Manchester Mosque,

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they're remembering a local family who are mourning four members killed

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when their minibus They'd been on a

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pilgrimage to Mecca. We pray specifically for this family

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who have lost their lives Among the dead baby Adam Anis -

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just two months old. He was just a beautiful child

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who had gone with his Little did she know that he was only

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to live for two months. He's pictured here with his

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grandfather Mohammed Kurshid He was a very, very jolly, friendly

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and such a beautiful human being. Mr Kurshid's wife Nosheena,

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and her sister Rabia also died, along with two

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relatives from Glasgow. A group of 12 people who had gone

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on a pilgrimage and half of those Baby Adam's mum, Atika,

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was injured along with her other So too were three other

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members their group who'd been aboard the minibus when it crashed

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on a motorway while travelling Last night, 18 family members flew

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out from Manchester to Saudi to comfort those who survived,

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and to attend the funerals Those funerals were due to happen

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today in the holy city of Medina, the place where they'd been heading

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on that fateful journey. It is a time of great sadness,

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but I think the family should take some solace in the fact

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that they will be resting Whatever caused the crash,

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the result is a family left grieving for those who set out on a holy

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pilgrimage but who never returned. The mother of a man who was shot

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by police has told the Inquiry into his death she believes

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it was murder. Father of two Anthony Grainger

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was shot by a firearms officer from The force believed Mr Grainger

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was part of a group Yes, he did have a bit

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of a pass but there are I do not understand

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how they can shoot The parents of a teenage girl

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who was hit by a scrambler bike and put into a medically-induced

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coma say her future 15-year-old Jessica Chisnall

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was hit by the bike on Ashton's Green Drive in St Helens

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- as she walked home Two men have been

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arrested and bailed. A man who used a blow

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torch to dry roof timbers at a hotel on the Isle of Man,

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causing 17 million pounds of damage, was told by a judge today that he'd

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come "within a whisker" repairs at the Mount Murray

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in November 2013. He was found guilty of three

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health and safety breaches As you've probably just watched,

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President Donald Trump has been sworn in as the 45th US president

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earlier today, but not In Washington, protesters

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smashed windows and clashed Closer to home, there have been

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peaceful protests in the North West. Our reporter Yunus Mulla

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is in Manchester city centre The arrival of a new president in

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the United States has provoked some reaction here. We have seen a number

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of protests. There was one in Liverpool earlier and one in

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Lancaster. Tonight, it will test it in place here in the centre of

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Manchester. -- a protest taking place. Let me ask you this question.

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What is wrong with Donald Trump and his supporters say it is time to put

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their own interests first? It affects people across the world

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because he creates racism and bigotry against Muslims, Mexicans,

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were women, people with disabilities. Across the board, what

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he says damages those people. A lot of what he said was part of the

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rhetoric. Why not wait for the first days and a time limit and judge him

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on his actions? I think it is important as we start at as we mean

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to go on. We cannot let implement those policies. It is better if we

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say we're not going to let him implement them in the first place.

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It is important we stand in solidarity with the in America

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protesting against him tonight. There are not as many people here as

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you expected, is that not a sign that people are abusing the fact

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that I going to see a new kind of politics and President? -- people

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are accepting the fact. It is against Trump and is bigotry. Thank

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you for that. It is the start of the new movement and there are supposed

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to be a number of protest taking place over the weekend and in the

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next few weeks. Thank you very much. You might recognise

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the new chancellor of UCLAN - Ranvir is honoured by the Lancashire

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University where she studied. Some head teachers in Cheshire

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are warning schools may have to go down to a four day week,

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because of government funding cuts. Ministers outlined the biggest

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shake-up in school funding But they're already coming under

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pressure to make changes. Some subjects are also at risk,

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as our Cheshire Political Reporter Two professions Alsager School may

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not be be producing in future unless the Government's

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new funding formula changes. I want to use it for

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when I'm older so I can cook on my own without having

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someone do it for me. I think it is important

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for young people to learn about it and I really enjoy cooking

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different foods every week. It is devastating if this

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came off the curriculum. A whole generation

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would miss out and we Under the plans, this

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school would lose ?150,000, nearly 3%

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of its budget. And to make up the numbers,

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these subjects could go, or a four day week could

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even be introduced. Yes, under this proposal

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they are at risk. Those art, music, those drama,

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those technology subjects. It is going to have a massive,

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massive impact on the provision we give to our children

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in an area of deprivation. But the schools in this area

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were already amongst Under the new system the basic level

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of funding for each pupil in East Cheshire would go down

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by an average of ?87 each. But that basic level would be

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about ?2,700 less per pupil than the best funded area

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of England, in London. Also, Trafford, Stockport,

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the West of Cheshire and Warrington would be joining east

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Cheshire in the bottom ten. The Government says its new formula

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would help "create a system that funds schools according to the needs

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of their pupils, And top-ups do mean some schools

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in deprived areas of Knowsley, Halton or even East Cheshire

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will get more cash. But the Government is

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facing pressure to come Our political editor will have more

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on that story on the Sunday politics north-west. That is at 11 o'clock on

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Sunday. The name is in the title, isn't it?

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Tomorrow a Merseyside family who should be in a restaurant

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Oliver King, from Liverpool, died from a hidden heart problem

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But his family decided to channel their grief into making

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sure that heart defibrillators are available in as many

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And so far their work has saved 11 lives.

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Oliver King would have been 18 tomorrow.

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His dad has no doubt about what kind of young man he'd have been.

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He would have been tall, handsome, as all the

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Just after a swim at school he suffered sudden

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arrythmic death syndrome - a hidden problem that can affect

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If there'd been a defibrillator to get his heart going again

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The charity his family set up have given out more than a thousand

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defibrillators across the country since their loss.

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The first was at a primary school in Anfield.

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We're privileged to have been chosen as the first school

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to get the defibrillator and the training alongside that as well.

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We do believe it has given us a lot

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more confidence to be able to manage an incident.

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Defibrillators provided by Oliver's charity

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From a four year old to a 65 year old.

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When you think about those 11 lives, what goes through your mind? There

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is one word when you get that phone call, devastation. That never goes

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away. People see you out and about and they think, it is five years

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down the line. They do not have a clue. Have not got a clue. This has

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shattered my heart. You draw the curtains because nothing I say or do

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or anyone does is going to bring Oliver back. You can pull the

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curtains aside and seek this has got to stop. These lives have got to

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stop being lost. 12 people under 35 every week

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in the UK. Tomorrow his family will visit

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the cemetery and climb Moel Famau in Wales,

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a mountain Oliver loved. They're also now campaigning to set

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up a heart screening centre in Liverpool and to get

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defibrillators in all The wonderful work being done in the

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name of all that came. -- in the name of Oliver King.

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Stuart Flinders is here with the sport.

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News of one in for Manchester City, one out for United.

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He is going back there to lead the academy and it is a perfect choice.

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He started as a youngster at the Academy himself. 700 appearances for

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himself. Liverpool say he will bring expertise from a glittering career

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at the highest level. I imagine it will be popular with the fans as

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well. I imagine there will be younger ones and they are who don't

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even remember him. I doubt it. It's a tough job managing one

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of the world's biggest clubs, and he's already admitted -

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and it is only January - that City are out of

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the title running. So, on his birthday he took

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a few of his players to the cinema - not to see a high action thriller -

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but to watch a musical that An escape into La La

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Land is probably just Pep Guardiola's own City of Stars

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is ten points behind Premier League leaders Chelsea and facing

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a battle to finish in No wonder Pep wanted

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to escape into La La Land. Back into the real world of a City

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press conference today. I would prefer to be on top but it

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is not that situation. I want to handle that. It is the first time in

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my life. I will handle that. Then came management. Trophy after

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trophy with Barcelona and Bayern Munich. Is that going to happen

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every time? I think so. Success at city is not coming as easily. Maybe

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I am not good enough. Yes, you are. He has got to be given time and

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money to do what he needs to do. It is a transition period I think. He

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has not got the players that he once yet. I think maybe next season. Is

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the Premier League harder than the other leagues? It is not better or

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worse than Spain or Germany but... The winner has been recruited for a

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?27 million and his new team is still capable as delighting as

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disappointing. For a club and manager that expects trophies, these

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are anxious times. For a quarter of the century as player and as

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manager, he has known nothing but success. Now, he is under real

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pressure to ensure his own city All-Stars does not slip into a lark

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lark land. -- city of starters. -- City are at home to 2nd

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placed Spurs tomorrow. Manchester United have sold

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Memphis Depay to the French side Lyon for a fee thought to be

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16 million pounds, rising The Netherlands forward

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had been linked with Tonight, Bury travel

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to Port Vale in League One. But The Shakers' new signing

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Jermaine Pennant is waiting for international clearance before

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he can make his debut. The 34-year-old, former Liverpool

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and Wigan midfielder has commanded transfer fees of over ?10 million

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in his career. He'd most recently been

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playing in Singapore. BBC Radio Manchester

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will bring you full match a good signing for them, I would

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have thought. Onto rugby union -

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The sacked Sale Sharks winger Tom Arscott says he's "extremely

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disappointed" to lose his job. It follows allegations

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that he leaked information In a statement, Arscott said

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he would co-operate fully with the ongoing investigation

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by the Rugby Football Union. Sale are at home to Scarlets in

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the European Champions Cup tomorrow. With the start of the new Super

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League season just three weeks away, Salford Red Devils have

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signed controversial The 2010 "international player

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of the year" was released And one little footnote

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to tonight's sport. Wayne Rooney's testimonial match

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between Manchester United and Everton last year

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raised ?1.2 million. The money will go to the NSPCC

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and three north west Well done to them. Annabel has

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composed herself. Are you find? Still feeling a bit gooey? We're

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going to talk about your good lunch now. Earlier we saw the rally in

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Manchester as President Trump's inauguration took place. There was

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another inauguration today. They were not protesting in Preston.

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Formerly of this parish was sworn in as the Chancellor. I was invited

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along and we had a chat before her ceremony. I am on your throne. This

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is where you are going to be sitting. You know I do not like to

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be centre of attention. This is a low key affair. Silver into my down.

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This is what you wear normally. Whenever we go out for a drink, I

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wear this. It is a serious occasion. We are very proud of you. It feels a

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bit surreal but there is nothing I like more than being from

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Lancashire. When people say, how do you identify yourself? I think of

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Lancashire first. More than anything else, my religion, my country. I am

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Lancashire. To be given this opportunity. This is where I started

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my journalism career and as a 20-year-old I had that really small

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kernel of hope that I might do the national news. One day I might do

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News at ten. I would never say it because it might have sounded

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ludicrous then. To have done those things and to be sitting here, you

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know, it is amazing how I have turned out sometimes. What are you

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going to bring? Why have they picked you? It is a good question, Annabel.

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I think there are two things, Lancashire and the north-west has

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been doing that people from all sorts of different backgrounds. And

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back in our day, university chancellors were white middle aged

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men are older or in industry. You did not know what they did or at the

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world well connected. I am none of those things and that is a sign of

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the University recognising times have changed. I know you have had

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family here today. How proud I they argue? I think they are shocked

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really. All these people are here for you? You do not even wash the

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dishes at home, is what they say. It is nice for me because my son is

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here. He is only four years old. I think these occasions are a good

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time to just pause and reflect and to say thank you, actually. I really

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want to say thank you to my family for being there and giving me this

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ambition. Isn't it nice to see her? Fantastic. It was a lovely day and

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very well-deserved. Why do they not pick you? I know!

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Very good luck with your new job to her. Now for the weather. The sun

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came out today as promised. It did come out but it took some time to

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travel north and move into parts of Lancashire and Cumbria. Some

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beautiful shots across the north-west of England. Hardly a

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cloud in the sky. You will see more sunshine tomorrow. The week in

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Brixton tomorrow in the way of sunshine than we have seen at any

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point this week. -- this weekend. Wind from the north-west and it is

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swung round and bringing that cold a. Snow in places in parts of Spain

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they have seen snow. We're not going to cease note but the cold air. This

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is why we have the drop in temperatures. As this cold air comes

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in, it is going to stay around next week. If you have not enjoyed that

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cloudy weather and mild weather, we're back to where we should be at

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this time of year. There is a price to pay and that has been felt across

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the north-west. Hardly a cloud in the sky. The temperatures will fall

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rapidly. Blue about everywhere. A frost just about anywhere first

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thing. Even bigger towns city. One Celsius as the temperature. Rule

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three down to minus three. -- in rural areas. It is going to look

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lovely tomorrow. From the blues on the chart, you can clearly see that

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temperatures will take some time to recover. The day of two halves. Up

:26:36.:26:40.

until lunchtime, it looks great. The Pennines, the cloud is rolling and

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spreading everywhere. Coastal areas will be last and a lovely day for

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the most part. Best of the weather first thing in the morning. The air

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temperatures are at low and the cloud in the afternoon, a gloomy

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affair. Into Sunday, a touch of frost and Sunday patchy cloud, sunny

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spells and it should be dry. Good. Thank you very much. Do you have a

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lottery ticket? I do not but I will do that at seven o'clock. I do mine

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online. I do not know how closely you checked your lottery tickets.

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It's likely that someone in Cheshire doesn't do it often enough.

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That's because the deadline to claim their prize passed last night.

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A guaranteed million pound ticket - bought somewhere in Cheshire West

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and Chester on July 23rd last year - has gone unclaimed.

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The money's now been given to good causes.

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Should we not have done this yesterday? Have a great weekend.

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Goodbye. TV: He's not your father.

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WOMAN GASPS

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