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Dominic Heale and me, Anne Davies. Our top story tonight. A bleak

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warning that train making in Derby could end completely. A storm brews

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in Westminster as MP's demand a Government U-turn on Bombardier. Is

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this at the small solution to one of the biggest causes of hearing

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loss. Plus, coming in from the cold. A seventies spy plane reaches

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retirement at the end of this runway. It has done a very good

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service of the Air Force, I have an affinity with it. A melee are

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millionaires, find out why these Good evening and welcome to the

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programme. Downing Street's under pressure tonight to agree to urgent

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talks with a delegation of East Midland MPs about the future of

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Bombardier.The Derby-based train maker has already announced 1400

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job loses. Today, MPs warned one of the government's transport

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ministers that Bombardier, the last remaining train maker in the UK,

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might have to shut down completely. From Westminster, here's our

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Political Editor John Hess. There's nothing more intimidating

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for a Whitehall minister than to face a committee room of backbench

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MPs, seething with anger over a decision the government's

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responsible for. That was the situation for a transport minister

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over the Bombardier issue. Derby-based Bombardier had high

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hopes the government would award them a �1.4 billion contract to

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build new rail carriages for Thameslink. The Canadian multi-

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national had talked to basing its global engineering centre of

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excellence in Derby. That's in doubt because government ministers

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awarded the Thamelink deal to Bombardier's German rivals, Seimens.

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The stark repercussions for jobs and British train making aren't

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lost on East Midland MPs. That Arthur was thrown back in their

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face. That is one of the things that concerns me, if we are talking

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about more jobs, more jobs of their higher level of skills than we had

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seen at the time. Nobody's saying you want a Bombardier to be a new

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British Leyland. What we are saying is that we have someone that can

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build high quality trains or a right price, they should get the

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chance to do that. The MPs now want see the Prime Minister. We have to

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look at his contract again, can we change this decision? I believe

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this was the wrong decision. were left with the envelope are

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bidders, that was left to the previous government. We are legally

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bound by the criteria set by Labour at the beginning of this process.

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At Bombardier, as in Parliament, that ministerial reply won't be

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welcome. If the government's to change its mind, the lobbying will

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have to continue. It's also been revealed today that

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next week the Prime Minister is to fly to South Africa on a trade

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mission with the chairman of Bombardier, a visit arranged before

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the Thameslink contract announcement. Don't expect their

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flight conversation to be about the duty-frees.

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Well as the political controversy goes on, what about the families

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caught up in the row over the Thameslink contract? We've been

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speaking to a father and son who both work at Bombardier. One's

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leaving, the other fears redundancy, as Mike O'Sullivan reports.

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This father and son both work at Bombardier. They fear the loss of

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Thameslink could result in the loss of both of their jobs. Contract

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worker Chris 19, is leaving in August. He now says he'll re-join

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the army. He says finding work in the Derby area is tough. There are

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jobs at Toyota and a JCB, but there are many lads to want to go there.

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There are not enough jobs for a bus. Some of us are going to let the

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disappointed. At 15, it had been hoped that

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Chris's brother Ryan might be able to get an apprenticeship at

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Bombardier in the future. But after losing Thameslink, Bombardier has

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cancelled its apprenticeship scheme. Even having to tell the 15

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youngsters who were due to start in September than that there was no

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place for them. Dad Steve is permanent staff at Bombardier. With

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the threat of redundancy and possible closure of the site

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hanging over him, he's even thinking of working in Germany.

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I have to go there to get the work, that is what I will do. It is bad

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for the country, they are losing taxes, I will be paying them in

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Germany. Can this country recover when most of its skills engineers -

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- skilled engineers are moving to Germany, or France, or whether? --

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or whether? Father and son who'll soon be going their separate ways.

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Mike O'Sullivan East Midlands Today, Derby.

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Well with so many job losses in Derby - hundreds earlier this year

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at the city council and 650 at Egg on top of Bombardier, what sort of

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shape is the economy in? Mike O'Sullivan's at Bombardier and can

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tell us more. Yes many families here have

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concerns about the future - with a question mark over these works

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because of the Bombardier review. As far as the economy goes the

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chamber of commerce has issued its quarterly survey today which points

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up some concerns. They say in the last quarter, the pace of growth

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has slowed. A performance worse than the national picture. There's

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been a small increase in UK sales, but a significant fall in export

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sales 16 per cent down in Derbyshire alone. Not all gloom and

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doom though. The chamber says growth will continue this year, and

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that should translate into jobs, but it'll be unpredictable, it'll

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be patchy. And in Leicestershire their survey suggests the majority

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of manufacturers are confident about the next year.

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Still to come on the programme - another mixed outlook. But this

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one's from Sally. The clouds have broken, the sun is shining. They

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will be sunny spells over the next couple of days, make the most of

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them, the weekend looks decidedly bad.

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Experts in the East Midlands are developing a new treatment for one

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of the most common health problems affecting children. The University

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of Nottingham has come up with a way of targeting powerful

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antibiotics at a condition known as Glue Ear. Our Health Correspondent

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Rob Sissons reports. Blue Ear is the it build up a blue with in the

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middle ear thought to be triggered by bacteria. This girl knows all

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about the hearing loss that it can cause. In noisy environments it is

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hard to here and concentrate. struggle to here, it makes it

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difficult for me to understand people. Anything to stop these

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inspections would be a blessing. She has tiny tubes inserted into

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her air designed to drain the fluid away. There are 30,000 children

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suffering with this. Experts have come up with a new treatment, small

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pellets offering a big hope. They can be loaded with powerful

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antibiotics and can kill the bacteria causing repeated problems

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a Blue Ear. It can deliver at the high concentrations of antibiotics

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exactly where they are needed. They dissolved -- they dissolve of their

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own accord. The pellet is tiny, but they offer hope to many people.

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could be around three years before there is a clinical trial on people.

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There is no reason why it cannot work, there will be plenty of

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people who hope it does. The Labour leadership on Nottingham

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City Council is to oppose plans for a referendum on having a London

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style mayor. Its deputy leader, Graham Chapman, claims the

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referendum and mayoral contest would cost more than �600,000,

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which the authority can't afford. The government though wants

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Nottingham to follow Leicester in having a directly elected mayor.

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A man's been praised after leading his mother and a friend to safety

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from their burning home in Derby. A bin and rubbish bags were set on

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fire outside the front door of the house in Alvaston and the flames

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quickly spread. Nineteen-year-old Michael Haywood helped the pair

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escape to the garden. It is a very small window, it is very tight. It

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is lucky I had the radiator to stand on, my mother went first, I

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went last. If we did not wake up when we did, it could have been

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much worse. The price of scrap metal has soared

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in recent years and that's led to an increase in the theft of copper

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cables from railways, and lead from church roofs. Now scrap metal

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thieves are targeting the streets of Nottingham, with scores of drain

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covers stolen in the last month. Peter Snow reports.

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Another street blocked, another drain cordoned off. Nottingham City

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Council says it's spending thousands clearing up after metal

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thieves. And the problem's suddenly getting worse. Last year the

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council lost 70 a these grilles. 180 have been stolen this month.

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you steal the grating, there is a big hole in the road, it can cause

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great stager, we are spending money replacing them. That money can be

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spat has spent on other things. -- better spent on other things.

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And the bill for replacing covers is rising fast. So far an estimated

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�30,000 of council tax payers money will need to be diverted from other

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projects. We are trying to repair the roads, that money would have

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repaired are many roads. That would be better if the local citizens.

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Nottingham City Council are urging anyone who spots anything

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suspicious to contact them straight away. It's working with Trading

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Standards and the police to track down the stolen metal and catch

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those responsible. This hostel was opened by the Duke of Gloucester,

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it is one of two hostels that were A royal visit to a coffee shop with

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a difference. This is where they teach people to work in the

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catering business. This makes a massive difference. The key to

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tackling homelessness and all of its associated problems is giving

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people the skills they need to live their own lives so they are not

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dependent on other people. It is about having the skills to maintain

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your own home and getting to the job market and earn money. Upstairs,

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this man has moved into a bedsit. There are more at a second hostel

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up the road in Mansfield. I got laid off and I had to give up the

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House I was applying for. I had no way to live and no job. If it was

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not for here I would be living on the street. These hostels are a

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response to people living rough. There was a public backlash when

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Framework warned both centres could become a victim of the spending

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cuts. The leader of the council said she had listened to concerns.

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When you're talking about grass cutting or pot holes against

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looking after people, generally people want to look after

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vulnerable. What struck me is how caring most people are.

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Organisations like this are fighting for a shrinking pot of

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public money and keeping centres like this running will mean more

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tough financial battles to come. Still to come: A very lucky number.

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It is a number of lottery millionaires in the Midlands. Some

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of them got together for a party. From R Pale to down dale, I will be

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telling you what is great about A little piece of history was made

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today with what could be the final flight of a famous spy plane. A

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Nimrod R-One flew into East Midlands airport to the delight of

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hundreds of enthusiasts who turned out to see it. The surveillance

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plane was active only last month over Libya. Now it is retiring to

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the airport's aeropark. The last hurrah. With a roar of

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Rolls-Royce engines, one of the few remaining Nimrod R-One completes a

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final five past -- fly-past at East Midlands airport. Many people

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turned out to see the play which had taken off from RAF Waddington.

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It landed for the very last time. Until last month the aircraft was

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operational helping the NATO efforts in Libya. Now crew members

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were leaving the plane after its final flight. Nowadays so many of

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their craft are scrapped at the end of their life so it is nice to know

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it will be in loving hands and I will be able to come back here and

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sit inside and remember the good old days. The plane will be

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stripped of the classified electronics inside and then it will

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go to its final home at the aeropark next to East Midlands

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airport. We will have the only complete Bolton Paul Defiant in

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existence. It is fantastic. Once we get over to the aeropark and we can

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open it up to the public and show them what is like in an up-to-date

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aircraft. It is hoped the plane will be ready to go into the

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airpark by the end of August. We off for another look through a

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part of the East Midlands. It is the turn of Phil Trow from Radio

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Derby. He will tell us what he thinks is the pride of the County

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of Derbyshire. There is a certain irony in the

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fact that Derbyshire's a landlocked country and it has its own seaside

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resort. This is Matlock Bath. You can see the beauty of this village.

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The great thing about it is its all-year round versatility. There

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is a Boxing Day raft race and illuminations in autumn. There are

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fantastic views from the heights in the summer. Foremost, it is a

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welcome release from the stresses of everyday life where you can grab

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an ice cream and take a stroll by the river. You cannot talk about

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Malloch bath without mention of the bicycles. When the Westfield

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shopping centre opened, many people believed the heart of Derby would

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stop beating. In actual fakes it -- a actual fact, places like this

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have continued to to survive. This quaint area of the city is home to

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coffee shops, tattoo parlours and restaurants. Look up and you can

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see the history of what has always been a central part of the city

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centre. At eye-level it reflect the diversity of modern retail in the

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city. It even has a pub which is said to be haunted by a young

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servant girl murdered in 1745. If you are young or just young at

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heart, if you come to Derbyshire at some point, the chances are you

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will attempt to stop getting your feet wet by a crossing the stones.

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The famous stepping-stones crossing the river at staff controversially

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had limestone blocks cemented on top of them last year but it does

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not seem to have diminished the area's possible -- popularity. The

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area was immortalised by Isaac Walton in a fishing book. It has

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featured on postcards of the area. It has been a favourite for walkers

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and families ever since. It is one of the many reasons that makes

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Derbyshire a county to be proud. That was lovely.

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Gorgeous pictures. Sport now. We start with more

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transfer news from Leicester City - deals which will take their

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spending to over �10 million this summer. Tonight they've signed

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Liverpool's Paul Koncheskey and they're reported to be after

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Newcastle's Wayne Routledge. BBC Radio Leicester's Ian Stringer is

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with the team on their two week tour of Austria and Sweden has has

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sent this report. As then returns to Sweden There is

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no survive -- surprise that transfer news that dominates the

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headlines. Paul Konchesky has joined the squad. He will not

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feature tonight. The stars already added will have a chance to sparkle

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at some stage but none will feature in the first 11.

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And there's live commentary on Leicester City's first friendly

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game right now on BBC Radio Leicester. City are leading to-zero.

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The signing news will add to the frustration of Nottingham Forest

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fans. Koncheskey played for them on loan last season and they were keen

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to sign Routledge. Steve McClaren says he expects to

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welcome signings this week. Forest fly out to the Algarve tomorrow

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morning. But McClaren says he won't be going until Friday so he can

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work on transfers. Cricket, and Derbyshire are chasing

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what would be a landmark signing for them. They've asked Durham for

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permission to speak to former England all-rounder Paul

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Collingwood. Durham say they can, but any deal is a way off yet.

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Derbyshire are playing today and they face an uphill struggle

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against Glamorgan on day two. A century from Alex has has

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transformed the match. Leicestershire have been on the

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wrong end of a game changing century with their match with Essex.

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We're going to stick with cricket, but at a slightly lower level. The

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National Village Cup ends in a Lords final. And yesterday was the

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last 16 match for Derbyshire side Stainsby Hall. Now, we often have

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East Midlands team get this far. But this mob from Smalley grab your

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attention by making it a family affair.

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Like any other warm-up net except that these players know each other

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better than most sports teams. Dan Wood, I bat No. 3. I am Tom

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Wood, Dan's brother and I am opening the batting. Iron John Wood,

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I and that dad and I open the batting. I am Rob Wood, I am their

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uncle and died at number four. Stainsby Hall go out to back, it is

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the world's leading the way. Grandad had any interest in cricket

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and it has an interest that has carried on. There are a lot of

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debate at home about it and it is a talking point around the dinner

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table. With the family at bat, there is a pride family competition

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going on. They both do very well, better than I can expect. I am a

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very proud dad. It must be good for him to see how it is done now.

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was out and then replaced by his son. Behind the scenes... I am

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John's wife, Danielle and Thomas's mum. I am doing the teas for the

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first pictures and I am a cricketing widowed. I am MLA and

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Diane their daughter and I run the bar. You can guess what happens

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when they argue over selection. am the middle man. They know it all

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and the other person is all wrong. It is a whole community that has

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run this club. They are ready for a changing of the Guard. It is

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particularly pleasing to see the younger ones coming through. Dan

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and Thomas have more ability than John and I and it is good. In this

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game Tom carries his back and sets up a fine victory. Delighted with

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the performance but Tom and Robber pushed on with the bat and we

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brought it home with the ball. Great stuff. Only one bit of

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dinner-table conversation for the family last night, brilliant.

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Good luck to all of them. I have always wanted to say this,

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release those big-money balls! How would you spend a big lottery

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win? We asked that question last night. Today we have a group of

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people who have face that dilemma. They gathered to day in Nottingham.

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We went to find out just how much their life had changed and where

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the money has gone. Ready, one a, two, three! They have

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plenty to smile about. These lucky winners from across the Midlands

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have won millions on the lottery since it began 17 years ago.

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Amongst them are Susan and Ivan Hill won �7.5 million last July.

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They have bought cars and a dream home but they are determined not to

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let it change their minds too much. Eight years ago you said she would

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carry on working, has that continued? Yes it has. It is

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something I have done all my life. I have had one or two days off and

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I thought I cannot deal with it. I need to go back to work. Anne and

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Don from Derby clinched more than �1,000,000.50 years ago but it

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still attracts attention. Lot of people come and congratulate us

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still, they want to touch us particularly if they have just

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bought a lottery ticket. If I was in Derby city centre now I am sure

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a lot of people would touch me for luck tonight. Between them the

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winners have clocked up a total of �16 million. Since the National

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Lottery began in 1994 they have paid out �1.7 billion in top prizes

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to those in the Midlands. What have they spent the money on? Bought the

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House and paid for his summit was brilliant. We go on holidays and

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staying in five-star hotels which we could not have afforded before.

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All the family has been looked after and that makes us happy more

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than anything. Susan says she is determined to get tied in to retire

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soon but if 7 million does not do it she might have her work cut out.

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We are not jealous! A lot of prizes are not claimed so check behind

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your sofa. I dream about it a lot, do you?

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I have done the lottery for the first time ever today so I might be

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first time ever today so I might be first time lucky.

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We have had some sunny sky is developing as we go through the

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past couple of hours and we will continue to see them ending of the

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day. Drier and clear spells overnight and this is the Nimrod R-

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One flying over East Midlands airport. It is captured in a clear

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spells today. Thank you for sending out. You can see the area of low

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pressure is sitting over France. It is bringing rain into the south-

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east corner for us. All we have seen is the effect of cloud over

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the course of the day. Now we are seeing some clouds -- some holes

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appearing in the clouds and some sunny spells for the end of the day.

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We will continue to see the clear skies developing for a time

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overnight. It will stay dry overnight but temperatures will be

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cooler. Wednesday start on a bright and sunny note. We will get back

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cloud developing as we go through the day and bring the risk of an

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odd shower. Most places should get away with another dry day.

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Temperatures around about 19 degrees. It is still end noticeable

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breeze. Things are going to change as we head towards the weekend.

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Make the most of Thursday because it looks like a nice and sunny day.

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It will be warm in the sunshine but on Friday we start to see the area

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of low-pressure heading our way and bringing heavy rain and strong

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