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This is East Midlands Today with Dominic Heale and me, Anne Davies.

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Our top story tonight: The care worker accused of

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mistreating elderly residents. Dawn Denise Heaney is accused of ill-

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treating people in their 80s and 90s at this Leicestershire care

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home. Also tonight, a despicable crime.

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The street where a woman was burgled as she lay dying upstairs.

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Plus, made in the East Midlands. The surprising truth about our

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And after the sun, the rain. But are the prospects any brighter for

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our farmers? Noah Kayto. The rain is no use. It will just be a

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Good evening and welcome to Wednesday's programme.

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Dawn Denise Heaney should have been caring for the people in her care

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but a court's been told she slapped one 93-year-old woman in a

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wheelchair and forced chocolate into the mouth of an another

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elderly patient. She's accused of ill-treating pensioners at a

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residential care home in Loughborough, charges she denies.

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Jo Healey reports from Leicester Crown Court.

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It is claimed Dawn Denise Heaney, a senior care worker insulted of

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residents call up --, calling one moment a witch, and a larger lady,

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Moby Dick. The care home manager at the time told the jury called one

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male resident who had a disabled back the Hunchback of Notre Dharm

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and insulted another elderly lady crews incontinence pads needed

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changing. Dawn Denise Heaney is accused of ill-treating three

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people at this care home in the Leicestershire village of Wymeswold

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between August 2009 and March last year when she was suspended. She

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denied all the charges. She said I would never do that. She denied

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slapping a male Alzheimer's patient who has done -- described as

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challenging and said that he had stabbed his knife near her finger

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and torn her glove. She was shocked and frightened, but she said she

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wasn't angry. She also denied forcing chocolate into the mouth of

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and 81-year-old woman with dementia. She said, if I had tried putting

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chocolate in her mouth, she would have picked my fingers and I would

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probably have had a kick. She denied slapping a 93-year-old woman

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on the head and said the headrest of the wheelchair came up to here.

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A my accusations are that she put vinegar and excessive sugar into

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tea. The defence claimed the allegations were part of a witch

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hunt by other staff and the trial continues.

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Next this evening, police are hunting a callous burglar who broke

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into the home of a dying woman to steal whatever he could. Officers

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have described it as a sickening crime which has left the family

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extremely shocked. Our reporter James Roberson has been following

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the story and joins us now from Braunstone in Leicester.

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Good evening. Good evening. The burglary took

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place in one of the houses here in Braunstone. That was in the early

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hours of last Saturday morning. The police say the Berkeley victim, an

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elderly woman, had been ill for some time and on the night of the

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incident, her relatives were with her as she was not expected to live

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through the night. At about 12:20PM, a burglar or burglars broke into

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the house and while the relatives were upstairs, the burglars took

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various items from downstairs, including car keys, and Apple iPad

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computer, some cash, a flat-screen TV, and another Powell book laptop

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computer. Just after the elderly lady passed away, the relatives

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came downstairs in their grief, to find they had also been burgled.

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They were absolutely distraught and their grief was compounded by this

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burglary. And, of course, the lady died shortly after this. That's

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correct. Therefore, we appealed for anybody that knows anything, that

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was in the area of the night of the incident, and if anyone has been

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offered any property, the property I have mentioned, if they could

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come forward, we help - what we hope people can help us because it

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has been a devastating crime. police cannot say whether the

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elderly victim was deliberately targeted returns have made it was

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opportunistic, but if people have information, people should ring

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Thank you. James Robison, batting at the rain.

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Still to come in the programme: An exclusive chat with departing

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Nottingham Forest talisman Robert Earnshaw.

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And the wheels of industry keep turning. We uncover some positive

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Two men who sold tickets for the Beijing Olympic Games, tickets that

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didn't actually exist, have been told they face jail after being

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found guilty of a �5 million scam. 10,000 people paid up to 48 times

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the ticket price on a fake website, but not a single ticket was sent

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out. Among the victims were the parents of the swimmer Rebecca

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Adlington. Quentin Rayner reports. Standing up to salute a Great

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Britain balls new heroin... It was a double Olympic moment that her

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parents were robbed of seeing, almost. They saw her winning the

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800 metres freestyle through the help of a journalist after they'd

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been scanned in their original ticket application. I was a

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inconsolable, I think. Then it turns to anger. Because you want to

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know why they have had your money. Six months have gone by. Had they

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rocked us -- will rob us of not being able to see it, my feelings

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would have been stronger. They paid in advance through a website. They

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had sold �2 million worth of tickets which it failed to supply

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or provide refunds for, citing the collapse of a ticket supplier. The

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money was used to fund the extravagant lifestyle of those

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behind the scare. This is the warning for other people that might

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want to buy tickets off websites. The authorities will go after these

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people. They should be sufficient protection for people like that.

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They shouldn't be allowed to do... The huge numbers, it is despicable.

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Because they paid with a credit card, they got their money back and

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they also have the comfort of knowing they have definitely got

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the tickets for the 800 metres final in 2012.

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The spokesman for the parents of Madeleine McCann says he's spoken

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to detectives investigating the phone hacking scandal because he

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believes his mobile phone may well have been targeted by national

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newspaper journalists. Clarence Mitchell says he believes his

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mobile may have been accessed in 2008, when there was huge media

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interest in the McCanns, who are from Rothley in Leicestershire.

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Their daughter went missing in Portugal in 2007. Mr Mitchell says

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he may have been a victim. Kate and Gerry McCann haven't been targeted.

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It was happening at the height of the story. I have to assume, I

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would be naive if I didn't, but who it was or what paper, I have no

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idea and I am not pointing the finger at anybody.

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A man has been jailed for life for the murder of a Loughborough man.

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Andrew Smith, who's 39 and from the town, assaulted Nitu Babu Das, also

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from Loughborough, following a row on the street where Smith lived.

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Smith will have to serve a minimum of 22 years.

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300 knives have been stolen from an outdoor equipment company in

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Nottinghamshire. The blades, which included survival, military,

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hunting and fishing knives, were taken from Kids Camo Kit in

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Mansfield Woodhouse at some point between Monday evening and

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yesterday morning. They're worth around �12,000.

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Next tonight, a new twist in the saga over the future of Britain's

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last train-builder. A trade union is claiming that the German company,

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which beat Bombardier in Derby to a lucrative government contract, is

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now trying to recruit some of its staff. Meanwhile, the Prime

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Minister has said there is no chance of a U-turn over the

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Thameslink deal. Simon Hare reports. Work goes on at Bombardier in Derby.

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Even though the long-term future looks bleak. Yesterday came news of

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1,400 job losses after Siemens beat it to the Thameslink contract for

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1,200 new carriages. And, today, one of the main unions at the plant

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claimed that Siemens has made approaches to try and recruit

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Bombardier staff. My concern about it has to be it is the 21st century

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equivalent of the brain drain. These people ought pre-tax in this

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country, and provide to the growth estimates -- gross domestic product

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to this country. Siemens declined to comment on the claims, but did

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confirm it does currently have vacancies for skilled engineers.

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During Prime Minister's Questions today, the Derby South MP Margaret

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Beckett called on David Cameron to support Bombardier's bid to set up

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a new academy in the UK to train the workers needed for the next

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generation of high-speed trains. But he ruled out a U-turn on the

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Thameslink contract. procurement process was designed

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and initiated by the government of which she was a part. I have to say,

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we are bound by the criteria they set out amount we have to continue

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with the decision made according to that criteria. Separately, we are

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setting up to ask the question, what more can we do with in the

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current rules to make sure we boost manufacturing in our country?

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with hopes of a re-think fading, fears of even more job losses at

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Yesterday's announcement from Bombardier may give the impression

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that there's no hope for manufacturing here in the East

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Midlands. But that's far from the truth. According to the Office of

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National Statistics, the value of the region's economic output was

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�77 billion in 2009. And about 16%, or �12 billion, a year of that came

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from manufacturing. But just like every other part of the country,

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the largest contribution to the economy comes from property,

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renting and business industries. World class products flight out of

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this region. In the case of Raul Royce air engines, quite literally.

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One it may be true that manufacturing industries have

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declined, the all-important research and development aspects

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often remain right hip in the East Midlands. With the recent opening

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of the high-tech centre by Speedo with hundreds of people in

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Nottingham. Our companies keep a low profile often as they take, the

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competition. Take this company, since 1831, they have been making

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high quality materials. It now designs technical textiles for a

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range of high-performance markets, including the aerospace, military

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and automotive industries. And the sweet sound of success continues to

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ring for film-makers John Taylor which has been operating the

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largest bell foundry and the world in Loughborough for more than 200

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years. Here is another manufacturing success story. A firm

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from Nottinghamshire that is a giant in the world of what is

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called tear tape. It is a company that is celebrating its one

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They call this tear tape. They make and sell a lot of it here. Enough

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in a year to go around the world's circumfrence 700 times. It's used

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to help you open things like packets of buscuits. I asked Simon

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Wildash from the company to explain. This is one of our more standard

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tapes of which we produce many millions of kilometres a year. You

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will see it on a lot of packaging. Here we have a new product which we

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are just sold to Brazil. They like their crackers in Brazil say this

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is a wide we take which is used for promotions. It means the brand

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owner does not have to replace their packaging and can put it on a

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variety of different products. made here by Payne at Gilbrook in

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Nottinghamshire, by a firm that was started 100 years ago. Other uses

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of the tear tape include anti- counterfeit security. It's a

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business with a turnover of �50 million a year. Although this is a

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success story, on the shop floor there's a feeling that some parts

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of the manufacturing sector need a boost. We are probably the

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exception to the rule. We have been treated very well here. We

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fortunately have a product which seems to work really well. I think

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this last couple of weeks, especially with the situation, the

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government is not helping whatsoever. These companies are

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striving to battle on to get through. The company designs its

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own products on site and has won a Queen's Award for enterprise for

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inovation and international trade. It exports 95 per cent of what it

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makes. We may have had a few showers over

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the last 24 hours, but they've done little to help farmers who are

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struggling to cope with a water shortage. In parts of Lincolnshire,

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a drought declared by the Environment Agency remains in place.

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We've been back to a farm near Grantham where, a month on, the

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situation is looking even worse. Carol Hinds reports.

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We first met Richard Coney last month. He farms a variety of crops

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and livestock near Grantham. Lincolnshire remains in drought and

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so the Environment Agency has told him that he can't draw water from

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the nearby Honington Beck to help irrigate his crops. The water is

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running low so where we normally take it out of the river, six weeks

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early we have been stopped from extracting. What little rain there

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has been has simply disrupted the growth of this year's barley.

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Through June, we got about 45 mm of rain. The damage has been done in

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March, April and May. The crops could not grow properly. After the

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drought of 1976, they built a small reservoir which holds 9 million

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gallons of water. They've already had to use it to water their carrot

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crops and there's a real fear that without more rain, it'll be dry by

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August. We are already down to the last 3 million, which was about

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twice round the carrots. By the beginning of August, we will be dry.

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So August, September, we will struggle to have any water to

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irrigate. The forecast for a return to dry weather in July will add

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further pressure on water resources for farmers like Richard Coney.

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Little wonder that he's praying for rain and lots of it.

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Well, let us go to and at her with a desk to explain why Richard's

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Farm is suffering. The reason why farmers like Richard

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Coney are concerned is that after the driest spring in more than 20

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years, we have also started the summer on a dry note. Across the

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East Midlands, Derbyshire has faired the best with a rainfall

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total of 73% of what is the average for June, Leicestershire had 67%

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If we look at Met Office readings for Cranwell weather station, which

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is closest to Richard Coney's farm in Grantham, they had 39.2mm of

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rainfall during June. The average is 57mm, so 68% of what is expected.

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Although we have taken a turn to more unsettled conditions this week

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and we have some rain on the way, we are yet to see anything of

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significance forecast for the time All the details coming up with your

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weather later in the programme. Still to come on the programme -

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does an army really march on its stomach? We'll be finding out, as

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one of our radio presenters cooks Time for sport and we have an

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exclusive chat with a special guest with us tonight.

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Yes, Welsh international Robert Earnshaw joins us tonight to say

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thank you and goodbye to Nottingham Forest. Earnie's spent three great

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years in Nottingham and has scored some truly memorable goals but

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tomorrow he'll return to Cardiff City, his home town club. We'll

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chat to Earnie in just a minute, but first let's take a look back at

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 61 seconds

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Some great memories there. Why are you leaving eyes? To be honest,

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looking back, I don't know why! Listen, I have enjoyed my time. At

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the end of the day, for me, it is just time to go home. Go play for a

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good club at home. But thank you, Nottingham Forest, because the past

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few years I have had great feelings. When I look back on my career, I

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had such a good time. So I can be thankful for that. Even some of the

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well wishing from Forest fans in the last few hours since the

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signing, it has been lovely. have had a lot of tweets recently.

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A lot of fans had been asking if Forest did enough to keep you.

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tried. The new manager has been very good. We sat down a couple of

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weeks ago and taught about football and everything. I felt quite good

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coming out of the meeting. But at the end of the day it was a case of,

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do I want to go home and play football? The answer was yes. At

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the end of the day, I would probably say Cardiff wanted me a

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helluva lot more. What is your best memory at Forest and a message to

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the fans? Message to the fans is easy - thank you very much, I have

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had such a great time here enjoying my time. I hope I made a good

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impression and they will smile looking back at some of the goals,

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the same as me. It is as see you later more than a good buy. Thank

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you so much, lovely to see you. So, goodbye to any but hello at

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Leicester City to a new striker. David Nugent has been training with

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his new team mates today and we'll be talking to him on the programme

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tomorrow. Staying with football, and

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Nottingham's Sophie Bradley made her first start for England in the

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women's World Cup last night. Sophie, who works at a care home in

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the city, was part of the team which beat Japan and qualified for

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the quarter finals. Cricket now and Nottinghamshire's

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Stuart Broad has responded to the critics who wanted him to be

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dropped for today's one-day game against Sri Lanka. On his home

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ground at Trent Bridge, the England all-rounder's taken his first

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wickets of the series to put the tourists in trouble. Here's Ross

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Fletcher. A moment of relief for a man under

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real pressure. This was Stuart Broad's first one-day wicket since

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the World Cup back in March. England have dominated in the field

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against Sri Lanka - Broad's fellow Notts teammate Graeme Swann was

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almost in the wickets - the closest of reviews going against him. Broad

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then took his second wicket of the afternoon to remove Mendis - Sri

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Lanka 174 all out with England well set to claim a victory. England and

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45 the no wicket after six overs. In county cricket, Adam Voges will

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stay with Nottinghamshire as their overseas player. Last night, Notts

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booked themselves a home quarter final tie in the T20 with a ten-run

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win at Worcestershire. This was the key wicket of Moeen Ali, despite

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Chris Read making a bit of a hash of the run out. Notts are the first

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team to qualify for the last eight. Leicestershire are also heading for

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a home quarter final. A win tonight would virtually seal it.

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Derbyshire's position in the quarter finals is in the balance.

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That is all the sport on the night we say goodbye to Robert insure.

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Goodbye from us as well! And now it's curry with a mission.

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Yes, a mission to raise money for Marines. BBC Radio Nottingham's

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Richard Spurr has been concocting in the kitchen and the curry he's

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come up with will be raising money for our soldiers.

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Food is a big passion of mine so I had been trying to come up with

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something a bit more special to coincide with the Nottingham the

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festival. -- the Nottingham food festival. I have been working with

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the nd of the curry house here in Nottingham on a very special menu.

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The proceeds will go to the war in -- the Royal Marine Commando find

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for Marines who have just returned from active duty in Afghanistan. I

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have gone for large chunks of chicken marinated in fresh and

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dried spices along with a seafood curry with lobster tails and king

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prawns. And my attempt at a fusion dish. Lobster is a very expensive

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ingredient so you only use it on a holiday, but this is a special

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occasion. We are raising money for some pretty special people. Now,

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Lieutenant Chris, you are here representing the Royal Marines.

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This is the fruit of our labours. This is the first time I have had

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lobster in a curry. I give it 9.5 out of 10. Good enough for me! In

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the many will be introduced to customers here tomorrow. -- the new

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menu. Well, we can expect some quite

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blustery spells overnight. Firstly, thank you to Sarah for this photo.

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There is a bit of rain on the way, it is associated with a low

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pressure that has been coming towards us for state -- for the day.

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Showers turned persistent for a time before the brain it breaks up

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and turns Sharif. It is quite breezy with a fresh, southerly wind.

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Temperatures are quite bearable, 11 degrees is your minimum. Thursday

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morning with sunshine and showers. Some of those showers could turn

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heavy and boundary. -- thundery. A top temperature of 21 degrees. Low

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pressure is firmly with us again on Friday. Some rain to start the day,

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turning showery into the afternoon. But what about the weekend?

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Saturday will be fairly dry, just the chance of one or two showers.

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