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Midlands. This is East Midlands Today with Anne Davies and Dominic

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Heale. Our top story tonight. Schools and offices close on a day

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of protest by teachers and civil servants. I hunger-strikers as they

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take to the streets. You will hear about by they're fighting for

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affair pension. And I were people who have been on the receiving end

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of strike action. Also tonight. The millions of pounds urgently needed

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to restore this country estate. And in sport, already a triumph for

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Liam Brady. It was a day when for local players were in action at

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Wimbledon. Good evening. Welcome to tonight's programme, on a day when

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thousands of people went on strike to protect their pensions and to

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protest about spending cuts. Unions described the turnout as great,

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while one business leader said the action will have cost the region

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more than �20 million. In a moment we'll analyse the economic impact,

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but first this report from Sarah Teale. Fight back! A sea of

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strikers joining together in defence of their pensions. Rallies

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like this took place across the East Midlands. Pickets were held

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outside schools and other public sector offices, like this one at

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Revenue and Customs. Their message quite clear. You will have to work

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longer, we will have to pay more and we will get less. A lot less.

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Public sector workers from across the board joined the action.

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Teachers, lecturers and civil servants marching side-by-side in

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protest at the government plans to increase their pension

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contributions and raise the retirement age. They're talking

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about increasing contributions by �100 each month, that is �1,200 the

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year and that is a big impact. have our pensions reduced, it will

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not help workers in the private sector and the best way to help the

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private sector is to fight for our rights. There are lots of things we

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are being hit with and it just does not seem fair on the idea of being

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60 it and working is absolutely ludicrous. Hundreds of strikers

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joined the rally. It is well supported. It is noisy with

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chanting like fight back against cutbacks. Rallies like this have

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been held in Leicester and Derby as well. About 200 strikers gathered

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at the market place in Derby. think we are sending a message to

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the public and to the Government. In Leicester, dozens also took to

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the streets to march. And protestors, young and old, gathered

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at Victoria Park in the city. But turnout hasn't been high everywhere,

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with some picket lines featuring just a handful of people. And

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despite fears of widespread closures, most government offices

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did remain open. Despite that, unions call this the most supported

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strike they've ever had, with some members taking action for the first

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time in their careers. Are you happy with how it has been

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supported? I'm very pleased with the number of people, it is a great

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turn out and it is great that the three unions are striking together.

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The government is keen to point out that three quarters of civil

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servants didn't take part in today's strike action. What is

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clear is that protestors who did walk out, like the 1,200 who

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marched through Nottingham, are ready for a long fight to win their

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battle. Today the Government played down the scale of the strike and

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said the vast majority of public sector employees hadn't supported

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it. So what was the impact here? Anne has been looking at the

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figures. I have indeed. Well, the civil servants' PCS union claims

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nine or 10,000 members went on strike today in the East Midlands,

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about 85 or 90% of members. The PCS figures are already hotly disputed

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by the Cabinet Office, though. Looking at Government agencies, the

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impact seems to have been rather patchy. Five out of six courts at

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Leicester Crown Court were shut because of today's action and two

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out of five closed at Nottingham. Some others had reduced services

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and there could be paperwork backlogs tomorrow. Driving centres

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appear to have been only lightly affected. And it seems the vast

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majority, if not all, of the region's Job Centres stayed open,

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too. There were fears airports could be affected because of

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immigration officers striking, but East Midlands Airport has reported

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no disruption. It is schools that have borne the brunt of today's

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action. The NUT can't yet say how many teachers were on strike and

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the figures we have are only for schools that reported problems to

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county councils, so there might be more affected. But as far as we can

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tell, across our region 299 schools were totally shut down by

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industrial action. That's one in five or 20%. Some others had to

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shut down at least some of their classes, a further 396 of them. So

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nearly half were affected in one way or another. With more now on

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the impact on parents and others, here's Angelina Socci. This is one

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of many schools across the East Midlands that was either shut or

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partially closed today. Some of the protestors here at Kingsmead School

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in Derby were too young to know what was happening. For others who

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took to the picket line, it was a time to show solidarity. But not

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everyone was standing by them. have had to have both of them off

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school. And find something to do with them. Which is most unusual.

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had to use up one day of my annual leave. It has been a little bit

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inconvenient. I think the teachers should be in school and we should

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have a more civil way of discussing things. They supplied a service and

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we pay taxes for. They need to get their backsides into gear. But in

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Nottingham, where a rally was also held, at least a dozen parents

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turned up with their children. Every single one of them supporting

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the action. It is very frustrating working in the public sector to

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find that the supports that we took for granted to do a job on a day-

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to-day basis are being cut. But as traffic was brought to a standstill

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as strikers marched through the city, one driver caught up in the

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jam said it had caused him real disruption. I think they should all

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be at work. I work in retail, people are losing jobs all over the

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place. Why should they not pay for their pension? It is disgusting. I

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have got three kids at home, who cannot be at school because of this.

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It is disgusting. And it wasn't just parents that were

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inconvenienced. This man was unable to visit the Job Centre this

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afternoon. Because I have wanted to speak to my advisers today because

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they are meant to be starting a job next week, I do not know what to do.

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I could be committing fraud without benefits by accident. So while many

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have felt the personal effects of today's strike, experts say a much

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wider impact has been felt across the economy. We're joined by George

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Cowcher, the chief executive of the Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire

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Chamber of Commerce. Is it possible to say how much the strikes have

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cost the region today? National surveys say that it has cost about

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�600 million in terms of lost production and additional costs as

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a result. We have done some extrapolation on a county by county

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basis and in Nottinghamshire we estimate companies have lost about

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�9 million. What factors are used to gather that figure? We can look

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at the national figure and we will know what the gross value added is

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of companies in a particular county. If you can see what the national

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figure is, you can extrapolate that. These are missed deliveries and

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closures? Extra costs that employers must bear? We have had a

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number of phone calls from members and other employers about certain

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problems, particularly staff who have not been able to come to work.

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That has affected what companies can do. Would potential investors

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be put off coming into the region if they see hundreds of people on

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strike? It is very destructive and it has been reported in New York

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and around the globe. And it's hard on the heels of all the problems in

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Greece. This isn't the right message to send out about how to do

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business in the UK. Do you understand the anger of the

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strikers over their pension provision? Yes, but many in the

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private sector have seen their pensions also altered substantially

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and most public sector pensions are substantially better than anybody

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gets in the private sector. Some are. This is a conversation we have

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not got time for. Thank you. Still to come - the 11th hour dash to

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save a childrens' heart unit. A public consultation on the

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Glenfield closes tomorrow, so campaigners made sure all their

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paperwork made it on time. Yesterday they were in Downing

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Street. Today, families fighting to keep children's heart surgery in

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the East Midlands gave their campaign a final push. This

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afternoon, over 10,000 completed consultation questionnaires were

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sent to the team reviewing the future of childrens' heart surgery

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across England. That's on top of thousands already despatched. As

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our health correspondent, Rob Sissons, reports, the public

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In here are the hopes and fears of 10,000 people from across the East

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Midlands. As the latest boxers have completed consultation

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questionnaires are piled up, so, they hope, is the pressure to keep

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children's heart surgery going in at Leicester. We have had enormous

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support from the trust and from staff and parent organisations and

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we would like to have done more but in the end, we are here to do the

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job of looking after children with heart disease and despite that, we

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have a pretty good argument. have the address? You can

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understand and last-minute nerves, this is precious cargo and the

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consultation closes tomorrow with everyone still in the dark about

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what the review will decide. This is the picture at the moment.

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Children's heart surgery is done at hospitals in these cities. There

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are ten services and the plan is reduce it to six or seven. There

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are more than 1,000 combinations possible. In this, one of four

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short-listed patterns - it's only one in which Leicester's Glenfield

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service survives. It happens to be the preferred option but local

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campaigners are taking nothing for granted. They cannot be complacent

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and the people have shown they are not complacent. There used to sit

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in hearts and in the past few months it has been about winning

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minds. Protests and petitions taken to the top, a famous football

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manager on board helping them achieve that goal. The result is

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expected at the end of the year but campaigners just hope they have

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been heard loud enough. A Nottinghamshire man jailed for life

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in the US three years ago for shooting dead his wife and baby

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daughter is appealing against his conviction. 32 year-old Neil

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Entwistle from Worksop is arguing that he should get a new trial

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because police searched his home without a warrant. His wife and

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baby were found dead at the property in Massachusetts.

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Investigations are continuing into the death of a snake breeder who

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died after one of them bit him. Luke Yeomans ran the King Cobra

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Sanctuary near Eastwood in Nottinghamshire. Paramedics were

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called there yesterday afternoon. It's believed he'd suffered a heart

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attack after being bitten. A reward is being offered to try to catch

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vandals who scrawled graffiti over a new memorial to the armed forces

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in Mansfield. It was blessed by the families of soldiers just weeks ago.

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Six names have been sprayed onto the stone. A 13 year-old girl is

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helping the police with their enquiries. Those behind the

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Mansfield Heroes Memorial Fund spent months raising the money for

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it and say it's a huge blow. When we discovered it had been

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vandalised, the were firstly absolutely devastated. As a trustee,

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I spoke to many of the families whose relatives were on this

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memorial and they were absolutely distraught. Some of them in tears

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and complete disbelief. A new report says it's going to take more

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than �6 million to restore a country estate. And without a new

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use being found for it, it'll fall into further disrepair. Campaigners

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say Elvaston Castle, near Derby, must remain open to the public. And

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developers have pledged that their plans will improve access for

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everyone. Simon Hare went to take a look around. A it was England's

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first country park. But Alison castle is in need of serious

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attention. Some are small-scale work has been carried out. Today's

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report shows the full scale of the task in hand. A team of architects,

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structural engineers and surveyors have spent months looking at the

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castle and their conclusion is what many people have known for years.

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It is in dire need of repair. The full cost of the works hanging over

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the future of this estate is said to be nearly �6.5 million. The

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honour, Derbyshire County Council, says the castle urgently needs new

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use. It has been 15 years since the council first mooted the sale of

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the place. 11 years on the market. And here we are and nothing has

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been signed. I hope decisions can be taken much more quickly this

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time around. And we will see something going out of the ground

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in 2013. That could see the Cassidy, the conference hotel. I am thrilled

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we're at this point and we can move on to the next stage. It has

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confirmed the level of costs we are aware of and I'm really excited

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that we can move on with English Heritage and the county council.

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Looking at different uses that can support this cost and support the

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public access. People have had their ashes scattered here and

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people cannot afford to go away on holiday and have days out here,

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people are asking for permission to hold events here and we can see

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just what revenue is being lost by the council. The authority says it

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is committed to maintaining public access but it will not burden tax

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payers with massive bills. Still to come on the programme. Tales from

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the riverbank with Sally. tonight's programme, we're at

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Cranford canal and we might have spotted what we have come to look

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for. Find out later... Now the sport. No surprises, given the big

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news of the day? Certainly. SW19... He would not want to be anywhere

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else. It has been quite a day. Four players competing from or neck of

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the winds. The star of the show is this man, Liam Brady. He has come

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out here and nailed it today. I would explain, yesterday he put out

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the No. 1 seed from the boys' singles and he followed that up

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today with an epic on Court No. 18 against the German. On Court No. 18,

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this has to go down as one of the games of his life. Fine tennis in

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the first set and he took on the tie-break inspired perhaps by

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Heather Watson. She was part of the crowd that just kept growing around

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Court Number 18 and no wonder, he had lost the second set and turned

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the third into something special. As the young pair battled to very

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nearly a standstill. No tie-breaks in the final set so he had to fight

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through some real spells at Tardis. And he finally claimed victory. 13

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- 11 in the third set. I have played in the men's qualifying and

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I won that so I knew what I needed. I managed to just focus, point by

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point and with the support of the crowd. It made it easier. He won

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the junior doubles last year and what on earth might he do next

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time? The answer is partly that you might win the junior doubles again

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because fresh off the court for the junior doubles, that is just hours

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in the singles and two hours in the doubles? Yes, and tired. And will

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get some food and sleep. It is tricky because at this stage, it

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gets relentless? You were asked a question about perhaps scratching

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the doubles? I have my points to defend. It is a great honour to

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play every match. How much has last year's triumph prepared you? It has

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helped loans because obviously it helps you in terms of preparation

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for the big crowd. How far do you think you can go? As far as you can

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go in the juniors? There's not much pressure because I am one of the

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law seeds. I will go out and try to enjoy it. Just enjoy it and relax?

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Yes, I will be fighting for every point but yes, try to get the crowd

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behind me. Thank you for talking to us. We would chat in a moment.

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There has been plenty of other stuff going on. Let's catch up with

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the rest of the sport. First football and a busy day at

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Leicester City. It's looks like Peterborough United striker Craig

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Mckail Smith is coming to the Walkers Stadium. He could join

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tomorrow. Meanwhile, Leicester say goodbye to defender Jack Hobbs, who

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has signed a three-year contract with Hull City. Also on the way to

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Hull, Nottingham Forest striker Dele Adebola. The 36 year-old was

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released by Forest at the start of the summer and he'll be joined at

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the KC Stadium by Forest midfielder Paul McKenna, who's likely to

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complete his transfer from the City Ground before the weekend. In

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cricket, Nottinghamshire have been showing off their new signing.

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Tamim Iqbal is only the second Bangladeshi to play county cricket.

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The big hitting international will play the next six Twenty20 matches

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and he says to play here is a dream come true. When I was young I

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father used to tell me that it's all about the history of this

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county and from then on it was a dream. It's a big deal and it is

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for him to play here. He has been in the training camp in Bangor - so

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he is fit and ready to play. He'll start his first match for Notts

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tomorrow against Derbyshire. Let's hope he does well. We should catch

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up with the other three players at Wimbledon. Jocelyn Rayner, she was

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competing in the mixed doubles. I am afraid they went out. You can

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see her performing rather well. They lost that set. The second set,

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straight sets. And look Banbridge, another familiar face. But Josh

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ward is still on court in his boys' doubles doing much better, one set

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up and three - 3, in fact, 4 - 4 in the second set. Ian Brodie, you

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could just hear, how impressed are you? He has performed at a high

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level for a few weeks. He was informed. He is getting a lot of

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attention, is the part of your job to help can manage that? It is one

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of my roles. But he is level-headed, he gets on with it and enjoys the

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challenge. What is it like being coached by Mark? He is great. I

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have only started six months ago in Nottingham and it was a great set-

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up and great facilities. Everything is great. And the wider scene, for

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competitors from one part of the world, does that inspire you?

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great for Nottingham. And the Nottingham Academy has a fantastic

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programme and it inspires youngsters to follow in his

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footsteps. Singles triumph? One step at a time! He is playing good

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tennis and I'm looking forward to tomorrow. He will follow that of

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away. We will let you know how Josh Ward Hibberd gets on. His game is

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still going on. Thank you very much. It's not very often that our

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presenters have to think about what's happening behind the camera.

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But in this month's Sally Goes Wild, Sally Pepper heads to Derbyshire to

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put her new wildlife photography skills to the test. This is my

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local Haven, not far from where I live, I can picnic here and I ride

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a bike here. And I take time to look at all the fabulous wild life,

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dragonflies, and were hence, the little grebes. And if you are lucky,

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you might spot water voles. This is my slice of heaven. This is

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Cranford canal. You will get some good shots today. Back with Paul

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Hudson, he lasts a lonely spot of the mountain hare in January.

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Having won a photographer, he has been coming to Cranford for 30

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years. They could be doing their business on the same spot every day

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so we can build up. It's like a calling card. It does help the

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researchers because they can see them and it's a good way of

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indicating that they are here. Which can take ages. Hopefully not

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today. Time to wait. And wait... And wait. And what some more.

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There... Under the bridge, we spot a small summer. He has dived under.

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We have to wait for it to pop back out. Really quiet. Now that we had

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spotted this little water vole, Paul give me tips on how to take

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the perfect picture in case he rapiers. We have seen him on that

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bank so there is a fair chance he welcome back out. It's always nice

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if the animal is looking into the frame. So you have some of the

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animal looking across the picture so you have got more space on the

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side of the animal. Giving that exposure. He might only be there

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for a few seconds. That allows you to move quicker when he disappeared.

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And if Mr Ahern goes past a well practised... -- I will practice.

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And he finally popped back out. Next time you are in your local

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slice of quiet life heaven, bring a camera and have a little patience,

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you might capture your perfect wind In the Willows moment... And if you

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would like to pick up more wildlife photography tips, then you can take

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a look at the extended version of the Cromford Water Voles online at

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www.bbc.co.uk/derby. Dear little things. Now the big blue yonder. It

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I have some nice clouds to show you. Things are set to turn settled over

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the end of the week but on the county side. Sorry about that, this

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is a cloud we had earlier on, increasing through the day and

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turning thick for a time before turning away and we have at the

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moment broken cloud, decent sunny spells and any of the earlier

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showers have now cleared towards the east coast and eventually

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overnight, all of us will be clear. With this clear skies, you would

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expect it still to be mild and it will instead dropped down to eight

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degrees, that is towns and cities. In rural spots, it will get 10 to

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about four five degrees. It's a fresh start to the first day of

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July, actually going through the Friday be when it is that cloud

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bubbling up. That is the high pressure, trapping the cloud and

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still fairly warm with the top temperature of 19 degrees. 66

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Fahrenheit. Friday night into Saturday, what we have had all week,

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the cloud breaking and turning San'a and into Saturday, high

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pressure still with us but look... Still cloud round and it starts dry

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and sunny but that cloud slowly increases through the day on

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Saturday and the isobars are far apart so it will be a lovely still

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day on Saturday. Further ahead, again, high pressure for a Sunday

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but we trap the cloud. It will feel warm earth. Top temperature, 22

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degrees. Let us recap, tomorrow, cloudy with 19 degrees. Slowly

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through the weekend, things get water and into Monday, staying with

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that high pressure, settled and a top temperature of 23. Nice and

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