Vulnerable men and women were also rescued from 'cuckooed' addresses during the week long operation. Nearly 30 people have been arrested and 14 victims rescued after police smashed a County Lines drug ring operating in the Midlands. Staffordshire Police together with the West Midlands Regional Organised Crime Unit, detained 25 men and three women on suspicion of drugs offences. As a result, eight vulnerable men and six women were safeguarded. Five people were arrested on suspicion of involvement in a Birmingham to Stafford drugs line and three people were arrested in connection with a drugs line between Wolverhampton and Burton.
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Twins Lucas and Noah Parry, 6, from Chell Heath, left their parents Erica and David in fits of laughter as they sang and danced around with presenters Ant and Dec - who were dressed as pandas. Dad David, who suffers with Crohn's disease, had spent several weeks in hospital in so the boys' mum wanted to do something special for them. They love performing, dancing and singing so I thought what could we lose? They did a bit of singing and dancing. They were successful and had another phone call. She said 'we will put you up in a hotel' and so we went down and filmed it.
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Though diverse in style, they are united by a common function. Only sixteen of these buildings had been cathedrals at the time of the Reformation : eight that were served by secular canons, and eight that were monastic. A further five cathedrals are former abbey churches which were reconstituted with secular canons as cathedrals of new dioceses by Henry VIII following the dissolution of the monasteries and which comprise, together with the former monastic cathedrals, the "Cathedrals of the New Foundation". Two further pre-Reformation monastic churches, which had survived as ordinary parish churches for years, became cathedrals in the 19th and 20th centuries, as did the three medieval collegiate churches that retained their foundations for choral worship. While there are characteristics of each building that are distinctly English, these cathedrals are marked by their architectural diversity, both from one to another and also within each individual building.