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

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top story tonight: Guilty, the care worker who ill-treated frail,

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elderly pensioners. Dawn Heaney abused two vulnerable residents at

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the care home where she worked. Also tonight, how safe is our

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children's walk to school? Parents anger as their free bus is axed.

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is three miles, it is disgusting, and my daughter is 11 years old,

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she is not been put at risk. Plus can a canal project bring much-

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needed jobs to Derby? And a taxi for one - a new breed of

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Good evening and welcome to Friday's programme. Tonight, the

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woman who was supposed to care for frail pensioners, but abused them

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instead. Dawn Heaney, a senior care worker, was found guilty of ill-

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treating two elderly residents at a home in Wymeswold near Loughborough.

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After today's hearing at Leicester Crown Court, the police said

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Heaney's conviction sends a clear message that society will not

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tolerate anyone who chooses to mistreat or abuse vulnerable

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elderly people. James Roberson was in court and joins us now. Good

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evening, James. Good evening, Dominic. The jury here at Leicester

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Crown Court took three hours to deliver their verdict, they have

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been here all we can have heard evidence which the judge

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acknowledged would have been very distressing for them.

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Relief for the relatives of the ball Noble, elderly patients where

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Dawn Heaney worked. They sat inside Court Room five at Leicester Crown

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Court to hear the jury returned guilty verdicts on two charges

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against two different patients suffering from dementia. The family

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of Barry well done, an Alzheimer's sufferer, had heard evidence in

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court that Dawn Heaney had called him a derogatory name. I would have

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liked it to have been all guilty but it is not and that is the way

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it goes. I don't know how she can slip with what she has done. Heaney

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from Woodford in Loughborough worked at a care home in Wymeswold.

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Colleagues gave evidence how they saw her hitting a patient and treat

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others with a lack of respect. She was found guilty of putting

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excessive sugar and vinegar in a cup of tea being drunk by and 85-

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year-old Alzheimer's sufferer and she was guilty of striking a 93-

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year-old woman around the head. She passed away in 2009 and her

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daughters gave their reaction. is disgusting. Particularly to

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people will dementia and Alzheimer's. She was in a confused

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state of mind. She should not be working with people like that at

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all. I am delighted with the outcome of the court case today. It

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is only correct that Dawn Heaney has been held accountable for her

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actions. This conviction cent after a clear message that society will

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not stand by and allow anybody who chooses to ill-treat or abuse a

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vulnerable and defenceless elderly person. Heaney was found not guilty

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of two other charges, for speeding and elderly patients and slapping

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another. -- force-feeding an elderly patient. The case has been

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adjourned while sensing prepares next month. And the judges warned

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her that she may well receive a custodial sentence but accept that

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this is her first offence and he will listen carefully to the

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reports that a prepared and to any mitigating evidence.

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Thank you. A campaign's started to get more

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life-saving first-aid kit in businesses and public places. The

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St John's Ambulance charity in the East Midlands wants workplaces to

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make sure they have a defibrillator in case someone has a cardiac

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arrest. Our health correspondent Rob Sissons has been to meet a man

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who owes his life to one of these I saw you down there. And then the

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next thing I knew what a wasn't hospital. Reunited at Notts

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County's ground with the volunteer who saved his life. Thanks is the

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obvious thing to say but it isn't obvious understatement. I keep

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telling him I will not kiss him! Man and boy, well has watched the

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Magpies since 1946. It was after a 1-1 draw with Burton Albion that he

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suffered a cardiac arrest whilst leaving the ground. Adrian from the

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St John's Ambulance, he legged it all their weight from the cup to

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the travellers rest and he was there in about 10 seconds. He used

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the defibrilator to shock his heart. It brought him back to life, it is

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quite pleasing. ARCHIVE FOOTAGE: Apply it to the

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bare chest. But the headquarters of St John's Ambulance, they show how

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easy it is. It is a case of pressing the button to turn it on,

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touching the pads, and there are clear diagrams as to whether should

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be attached. In the Leicestershire village of Saltby, the locals

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clubbed together for a defibrilator. The whole village voted to have won

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because everybody recognised how important this is for the people

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that live here. Who knows, perhaps there will be a common occurrence

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to see these, like a phone box. Will his thinking tonight about the

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lottery draw. When I get my lottery draw tonight, I am buying it on

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Monday. The football club? Yes, 66 millions, it should just about

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cover it. And he can take us out for dinner as well! You are a cheap

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Luck was on his side that day? and the campaign to get these,

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these are expenses, -- these are expensive. But people are hoping

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that people clubbed together and share them. They just want to see

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them in more places. A good idea. Thanks for coming in.

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Still to come on the programme. Friday ends with a bang, but will

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things quieten down for the weekend? We have had heavy rain, it

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thunder, and winds, don't you just love the summer? But I might have

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A school worker from Nottingham has been jailed for raping a 13-year-

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old pupil. The court heard how Mikhail Mohammad, 45 from Radford,

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befriended the girl whom he took to his flat and raped in November last

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year. Today he was sentenced to ten years in prison and a further nine

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months for a fraud offence. He was also placed on the sex offenders

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register. A mother accused of killing her

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baby by shaking it is expected to give evidence next week. Jodie Pick,

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24 from Broughton Astley in Leicestershire, has said she shook

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her seven-week-old daughter to try to revive her after finding her

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unconscious in her crib. The prosecution claims she did it in a

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moment of anger. She denies the charge of manslaughter.

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The number of volunteer police officers in Nottinghamshire is set

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to increase. The plan, to boost the ranks of the specials, comes as

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dozens of long-serving regular officers are forced to retire.

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Currently, there are 320 specials. This is likely to rise to 550 over

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the next three years. Some parents in Sileby are angry

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that they'll be asked to pay �400 a year for a school bus service which

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used to be free. They weren't charged for the service because the

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route to the school was considered dangerous. But the council has

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reconsidered and has now decided that it's safe. From Sileby, Mark

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A narrow footpath alongside a Parents say children's lives will

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be put at risk if they have to walk to school along this route. I am 34

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and there is no way I would walk along this in the morning in the

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winter when it is pitch black. No way.

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It's a dilemma facing 52 families in Sileby after the council decided

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to axe free bus travel for children living less than three miles from

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their school. From September, parents must pay �400 a year for a

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ticket to ride. �400 to us is obviously a lot of money. We have

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all had price increases with the gas, utility bills, petrol, food,

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everything is going up. Children qualified for free bus

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travel because the route was dangerous, but after cutting back

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undergrowth and branches, the council says it's now safe and

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those living less than three miles away must pay up. Parents have

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accused the council of putting money before their children's

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safety. We're not making money are to be risking a of children's

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safety and there is a service bus and people could choose to use that

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if they did not want to pay a �400 fare. My daughter is one 10th of a

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mile short of the distance, if you measure it from where the bus

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picked her up, it is three miles. It is disgusting.

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This morning parents drove the route in convoy to highlight the

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dangers of having even more cars on the road and more protests are

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planned to persuade the council to Next tonight, it's been a dream for

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many years but now plans to reconstruct part of Derby's canals

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have become a reality. Last night the city council agreed to restore

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a seven-mile stretch from the city to Borrowash. To complete the plans,

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two other councils also need to give the nod, but campaigners are

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confident this will happen in the next few weeks. Kylie Pentelow

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reports. Built more than 200 years ago, for

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decades the canal was essential for industry. But in 1961 it was

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abandoned in Derby. Now there are few signs it ever existed. But

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after the city council said yes to a seven-mile stretch being restored,

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campaigners are confident others will follow. Phenomenal news, we

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have been waiting for this and this is the best news I have had in

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eight years. There was District and South Derbyshire have also been

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involved so Derbyshire have 400 metres and error Wash have five

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miles per Derby City have taken the position of Lydd council and we

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believe other councils will take the other guidelines.

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If that happens, the canal would be restored from Sandiacre, through

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Borrowash to Swarkestone. Parts have been filled in and are now

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used as footpaths. So in years to come this part of the canal will be

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flowing with water right up to Derby. And just below my feet is an

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old lock and that will be dug out and preserved as part of the

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project. But it's not just about restoration,

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the canal work could come at just the right time. It's a huge

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opportunity, Derby has been worried about loss of job losses. This

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canal will generate a huge number of short-term jobs and long-term

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jobs as well. Bringing the canals back to life

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could cost around �45 million, partly funded by developers and

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grants and the first work should begin in the next two years, the

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start of a huge project to link Santander, which acquired the

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Alliance & Leicester Bank three years ago, has brought its call

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handling back to Leicester and two other centres in the UK. 100 jobs

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have been created in the city. It's made the move after having more

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customer complaints last year than any other bank. Calls that were

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previously handled in India will be East Midlands Trains has set up a

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new website offering special fares to Olympic and Paralympic ticket

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holders. The 2012 Games train tickets will allow spectators to

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change the time they return should an event be unexpectedly

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rescheduled. The company will also provide more late night trains and

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additional capacity on a number of Next, it's on the road at last -

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what's believed to be the first single-passenger taxi service in

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the East Midlands. The idea was rejected a couple of years ago. But

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the businessman behind it refused to be beaten and he's now got his

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cars out on the streets. He says it'll mean big savings for

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Taxi for one, and one only. This new service is aimed at passengers

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who are travelling alone. The owners claim 40% of taxi fares

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during the day are single passengers. And they say using

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these compact cars will cut what I don't know why this did not take

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off years ago because let's face it, most people travel singly in cars.

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This is ideal. This is the businessman who's come

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up with the idea. He's spent around �20,000 putting two of these taxis

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on the road. But it's been tough. Two years ago, Gedling Borough

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Council said these cars couldn't be used as taxis. The reasons were

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varied but they were issues like the actual size of the vehicle,

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they were concerned about safety levels. The comfort level,

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technical data. After resubmitting the plans,

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Gedling Borough approved things for a limited time. In a statement the

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The taxi firm says you can get a wheelchair or a guide dog into the

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boot. And they claim more services Two passions, football and shopping.

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First tonight, Leicester City could pay out as much as �20 million in

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fees and wages this summer if their spending spree continues as

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expected. Behind me, the six signings who've come in so far and

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the reported fees they've cost. Remember, even the freebies will

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command a signing-on fee and some hefty wages. So the headline

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transfer fee figure doesn't begin to tell the story of what Leicester

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have laid out. Today's new boy, for a Championship record fee, Matt

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These are the first pictures of Matt Mills at training with

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Leicester City today. Sven-Goran Eriksson has smashed the club's

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record transfer fee to bring him He's cost around 5.5 million from

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Reading, �200,000 more than the �5.3 million Leicester paid for

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How do you feel about the price tag? It has only been mentioned

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with the media talk and in terms of me, I just want to come here and

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get my head down and play football. In the past, at Doncaster and

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Reading, it was either a close to record three, I have had it before

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and I would like to shake that off as quick as possible and get to

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work. Mills is the latest recruit in a

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bonanza of spending. Sven has brought in six new players and is

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also preparing a fourth bid for Bristol City striker Nicky Maynard.

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If successful, he'll have spent nearly �14 million in a staggering

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statement of intent by the new I have got to say thanks to the

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owners because if it was not for them, then this would not be

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possible. As nothing the Leicester City fans -- I think the Leicester

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City fans are really excited about it. There is a real enthusiasm and

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they have shown in Ted by playing and bringing players in -- showing

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intent. And Sven-Goran Eriksson's

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glittering spending spree mean the bookies odds have shortened

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drastically for Leicester to get promoted even ahead of the likes of

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West Ham and Birmingham City who have just come down from the

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At Nottingham Forest it's a very different picture. Nine players

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have gone out with only one, Andy Reid, coming in but we understand

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they are trying to sign Newcastle winger Wayne Routledge. Notts

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County might be sadder the fact that Michael Johnson has left the

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club as they chose to not using as the leader of the youth team

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manager. Onto a rarely-seen sporting legend

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now. He's not been on the Mallory Park track since 1979 but this

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weekend motorcycle champion Kenny Roberts will change all that. Best

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remembered for some astonishing duels with Barry Sheene, he's

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appearing at the Festival Of A Thousand Bikes at Mallory Park,

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where I caught up with him. King Kenny Roberts is the poster

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boy for the festival and with memories of duels like this with

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Adding to the lustre is the fact that you just don't see him much

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any more. I twisted my arm and I have memories here. A lot of my

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early career and a thick that touched a hotspot in my heart for

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it and I decided, why not? There's a whole host of riders from

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what was a golden era and on Sunday, they'll all go out together. It's

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supposed to be a parade. It is impossible to ride around and not

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good Beanie on the ground. It is impossible, I would not do it, I

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may end up doing something stupid. We will try to out-accelerate each

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other, it will be brilliant. Ah, Phil Reed - another one who

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duelled with Sheene. From an era when you could get close up, and

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everyone had a bit more personality. We just let it exciting. You had

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personalities there as well. COMMENTATOR: Look at that, Barry

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Sheene ways to Kenny Roberts and I know what it was like in the

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early days were you could go to a Grand Prix, you could touch the

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riders and smell the bikes but modern-day MotoGP is really sterile,

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it does not have that good feeling about it, it is not quite human

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enough for me. A 50,000-strong crowd's expected

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for a taste of old bikes, and even older riders. But Roberts is the

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star. The fund gets going at Mallory Park. Two Twenty20 games,

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one under way so far, Derbyshire fighting all the way for a quarter-

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final spot, and Lords starts A Derbyshire teenager is planning

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the trip of a lifetime. She's going skiing. But this isn't Val D'Isere

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or the Cairngorms. Bryony Baylen, a student at Newcastle University, is

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skiing to the South Pole. The 19- year-old came into our studio a few

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days ago. But before we hear from her, let's have a look at how

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Bryony's preparing for her big She wants to become the youngest

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Britain to ski to the South Pole. Bryony will have to trek almost 700

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miles in temperatures of 40 degrees below freezing. I know it will be

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cold, eight hours of skiing every day, 63 days if the weather is good

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and everyone is fit and healthy and all our equipment works. Bryony's

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going in December and despite all the training, one of the most

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difficult tasks ahead is building up her weight. She needs to put on

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three stone. The first stone was easy but now I am slowing down, I

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have got quite a way to go to my target. It is the volume you have

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to eat and make sure it is healthy weight and not just a Chinese

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takeaway for dinner every night, I have got a long way to go. She has

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until the end of the year to reach her goal. Then the real challenge

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So I know you have been thinking about this for years but what first

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motivated you to consider it even? The very first idea was at about 4

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o'clock in the morning at Mont Blanc. As you do on your summer

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holiday! It was just to keep us going, my mountaineering parte

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started to do a bucket list, we had got Mark Everest on there and then

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the North Pole and the South Pole and we thought yes, of course we

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will do it at some point. You did not think it would be this quickly?

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Definitely not, but then the idea was in my head. And my scout troop

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was fortunate enough to get the current record holder for the young

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is Briton to speak to the South Pole, he gave us a talk -- the

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youngest Briton. And I asked him for advice on somebody wanting to

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replicate the feet and somebody like myself, a young woman and

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effectively he turned round and said it might be too difficult, you

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are a woman, I don't know if you should do it. And that really

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pushed me on a. You are determined! Are you nervous at all because it

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is not easy to. Definitely. I would be more worried if I was not

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nervous, I have no idea what it will be like when I'm on the ground

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and it is a bit late, to be honest. I am just try to make sure I am as

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prepared as I can believe. I am putting on the weight, I am doing

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weights, and tried to prepare it, reading experiences. Two months of

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extreme challenge and then it is a finish. Or is it part of your life

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that is something you are aiming to what was Mike it has been in the

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works for three years, the last 18 months have been pretty much

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directly towards this expedition. Cutting back, social life and

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changing my diet, when I eat and what, trying to put the weight on

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so I am safe out there. And the long-term picture is I would like

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to get into expedition guiding, the experience on this will be

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invaluable. The you are going the right way about it. We wish to the

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very best. Thank you. Briny speaking to us a few days ago, she

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has probably put on about half a pound since then. I think she will

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do it. She is very determined. guess it will not be as cold here

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Yes, but we have seen pretty dramatic scenes over the past few

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hours, some heavy and thundery showers. You'll be pleased to hear

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that over the weekend it is looking drier with some sunny spells. A

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great piece of news if you are planning for an event over the

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weekend. Do let us know of those because we can tell everybody else

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about that. Senders and e-mail. The pressure chart shows at a low-

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pressure area, that will move its way towards the north of the

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British Isles and that means things will settle down but we can see the

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radar picture, we had some pretty feisty showers, the brighter the

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colours depicting the really heavy and thundery ones which have been

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crossing much of the East Midlands. For now, the trend tends to be for

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those showers diminishing. Not altogether, some places further to

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the north and west will be seeing some showers continuing overnight.

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Temperatures down to around 12 Celsius as your minimum temperature.

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The winds will ease up as well. Saturday will be less windy and

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fewer showers around. Not getting rid of them all together but the

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best chance of seeing showers into the morning, by the afternoon most

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places should be quite dry and sunny and the blight of winds, the

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temperatures feeling a bit better. And then Sunday it is a bit more of

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an improvement, it should be definitely a dry day for pretty

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much everywhere across the East Midlands to rout the day and

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lighter winds style and plenty of sunny spells to be had. --

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throughout the day. 23 Celsius is your high, and we stay with this

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