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BIRMINGHAM YOUTH KILLED BY GANG West Midlands Police are tonight investigating an incident where a Birmingham teenager was murdered by a known local gang. The gang members commited the offence in a vicious attack where around 20 gang members set about the lone victim. The incident occured outside the Emerald chinese restaurant in the Northfield area of Birmingham. In CCTV footage of the incident the victim identified as 18 year old Callum Freeman is stopped by the gang and reaches for a pack of cigarettes, the gang then set upon him dragging him to floor and landing brutal kicks to all parts of his body, after a five minute non-stop assault the gang back off leaving Callum in a heap on the floor. After being on the floor losing for around thirty minutes a passer by finds Callum and calls an Ambulance but he is pronounced dead at the scene. The police have posted pictures of the suspected attackers and are appealing to anyone with information about their identity to come forward.
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LOCAL COLLEGE RAISES £1,000
Cadbury College in the Kings Norton area of Birmingham raised £1,000 earlier this month in aid of Cancer Research UK.
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The christmas lights switch on is a big event in the Birmingham calender, this year though it even more special with many A-List celebrities performing at the event JLS, Chipmunk, The Sugababes and Pixie Lott are all expected
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“REFFEREES NEED TO SHARPEN UP” MCLEISH
Victim...Callum was described as a pleasent boy who never caused any trouble
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Birmingham City manager Alex Mcleish has blasted out about the performance of the referee in the recent game against Liverpool, the ref awarded Liverpool a controversial penalty after Liverpool striker David N’Gog appeared to dive.
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LOCAL COLLEGE RAISES £1,000
After recently collapsing on stage with chest pains, 50 year old singer Morrissey was back on stage in the Echo Arena Liverpool, but the come back was short lived Morrissey stormed off stage after being hit on the head with a PLASTIC bottle, this is a far cry from the days of rock and roll when bands like the Sex Pistols regularly endured even encouraged a shower of heavy objects upon them selves. The notion of Sid Vicious storming off stage due to a well thrown Coke bottle is a crazy as Mozza doing a duet with Elton John.
CAUGHT COLE-D Chelsea footballer Ashley Cole has
been charged with doing more than 100mph in a 50mph zone, the England left-back was caught doing 104 mph in a 50mph zone in his flash Lamborghini. He was then pulled over by a marked Police car and claimed his alarming speed was as a result of him being followed by photographers “Can’t you do anything about these idiots that keep chasing me” although the police say they did not see a sign of any photographers. On finding Cole guilty Judith Jewell magistrates chairwoman said: “We find that we were convinced enough by the evidence given that he was travelling 104 mph.
BLOKE QUOTE “A womans mind is cleaner than a man’s she changes it more often” - Oliver Herford WOMAN’S QUOTE “Don’t let a man put anything over you except an umbrella” - Mea West
Cadbury College in the Kings Norton area of Birmingham has managed to raise just over £1,000 for Comic Relief, the money was made by the students participating in a number of events. The talent show featured students performing their individual acts, the winners were Callum and John who performed a duet of X-Factor contestants John and Edward. Principal David Batten said “Contests like tihs are a great way to raise funds for worth causes like Cancer Research