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

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top story tonight. Our mother is clear of killing her baby. Jodie

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Pick solved as a jury acquitted her of deliberately shaking her

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daughter to death. The last six months has been the worst period.

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Plus justice catches up with the paedophile who went on the run for

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13 years. Also, how the government hopes to

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get our children more active this summer.

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And from cooking to boxing - the new contender promising a sweet

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victory. I am going to knock him out.

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A very good evening. Welcome to Thursday's programme. We start

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tonight with the news that police are investigating allegations of

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physical and sexual abuse at a Children's home in Nottinghamshire.

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Former residents have taken legal advice after making claims that

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they were abused by staff and other residents during the 80s and early

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90s. Our reporter at Geeta Pendse is here now.

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What information do we have? Police have confirmed they are

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investigating six allegations of physical and sexual abuse at the

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former beechwood Children's home in Mapperley. They are alleged to have

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taken place in the 80s and 90s. Police were contacted by a firm of

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solicitors acting on behalf of the complainers. Uppal Taylor

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Solicitors saved 11 former residents have approached them for

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legal advice in the last year. They claim whilst staying at the care

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home, they suffered abuse ranging from bullying, maltreatment and

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sexual violence. We understand their home has closed in 2006, and

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Nottinghamshire City Council are working with other agencies to

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insure a full investigation is undertaken. Police say they are in

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the alleys stages of the inquiry and no arrests have been made.

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A mother has been found not guilty of the manslaughter of her baby

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daughter. Jodie Pick from Leicester worked as the verdict was announced.

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She has described the last 26 months as the worst of her life.

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Helen Astle was in court today. Good evening, Helen. It is now more

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than two years since Courtenay died, but today after a lengthy trial we

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now have answers. The baby was born prematurely aged just seven weeks,

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and was not deliberately shaken to death by her mother. It has been an

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emotional and very sad trial. At the heart of the case, a baby dead

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at the age of seven weeks. Her mother, 24-year-old Jodie Pick,

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admitted shaking had, but did she do it deliberately? Miss Pick cried

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as she told the jury that Courtney was accidentally strangled by her

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bid. Upon finding hair, she said she shook her to try to revive her.

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Miss Pick's harrowing 999 call was played to the court. She told the

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operator, my baby is dead. Today after deliberating for more than

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six hours, the jury accepted Jody's version of events, and she was

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found not guilty. As the verdict was read out, she held her head in

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her hands and sobbed. Afterwards, and a barrister spoke on her behalf.

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The last 26 months has been the worst period of her life. Not only

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has Jodi had to face criminal proceedings, but for many months

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she could not make court need to rest. Subsequently she has had to

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deal with the knowledge that her child, and the body of her child,

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has undergone repeated examination. During this whole period, Jodie has

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been unable to grieve or to come to terms with her loss. Well that

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statement was being read out, Jodi clutched a photograph album. She

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has now asked to be left alone to grieve in peace.

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Two social workers in Leicestershire have been dismissed

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after a series of errors made in the care of a baby girl attacked by

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her father. The child was injured by Izaak Whitlock -- Zak Whitlock,

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who had a history of domestic violence. REVIEW by the county

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council find he had been allowed to return to the family home despite

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warnings he was a risk. Two social workers have been dismissed and

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another given a formal warning. A number of workers at British

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Sugar in the yet are to be balloted over industrial action. The night

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union has rejected a pay offer for 3.5%. A British Sugar spokesman

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said the company had worked hard for what it said was a fair and

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reasonable offer. Members of the GMB have already accepted 3.5%.

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Still to come. Useful keep their fate advice or another example of

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the nanny state? These children are following the government's

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Change4Life programme. We will be asking the Health Secretary what

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our livestock is to do with him. And it is all downhill for the

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weekend, with heavy rain and strong winds.

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Before all that, a sharp drop in crime figures across the East

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Midlands. The latest Home Office figures are good news for

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Nottinghamshire. The county has been tackling one of

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the country's highest crime rates, but now the force's figures are

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improving faster than anywhere else. Crime figures have been a touchy

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subject in Nottinghamshire four years. It used to beat the burglary

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hotspot, and the force's record has been criticised. Things are turning

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round. Nottinghamshire police had that

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country's largest drop in crime last year. That all important

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burglary federalists down by 19% it is now lower than nine other areas.

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This is confirmed by separate figures from the British crime

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Survey. The police think this is what has

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made the difference - an operation targeting drug dealers in

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Nottinghamshire. Those arrests and confiscations have prompted an

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increase in drug offences. We are resting far more people in

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possession of good quantities of Class A drugs. Not just cannabis.

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There is an absolute link between drug arrests and seizures going up,

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and crime going down. We are reducing the opportunity to steal

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property, turn it into drug money and buy drugs.

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Nottinghamshire police say there are not complacent. The crime rate

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is still above the national average. But today's figures are powerful

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evidence things are moving in the right direction.

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A grandfather who went on the run for 13 years to evade child

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pornography charges was finally jailed today.

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David Taylor was sentenced to three years after admitting possessing

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thousands of indecent images of young children. Sarah Teale is at

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Leicester Crown Court. Good evening. Taylor thought that

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by fleeing thousands of miles away he was out of the sight and mind of

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Leicestershire police. He changed his identity, and continued his

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criminal activity. But he could not avoid facing the consequences of

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his actions for ever. David Taylor evaded justice for 13

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years. But today, it caught up with him. He skipped bail and fled to

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Thailand after being arrested for back in 1998. Police have raided

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his home and it found thousands of indecent images of children,

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ranging in age from 18 months to 12 years. Police officers who worked

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on the case received a letter from him saying he could not come back,

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because the stress would kill his elderly mother. Whilst in Thailand

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he assumed another identity. I believe he found employment

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teaching and he continued to consumer and a quiet child abuse

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imagery. In that period we have never given up looking for him.

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fact, Taylor admitted possessing another 3,700 images of children

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during his time in Thailand. For 66 -- the 66-year-old was arrested

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last December and spent three months in a Thai prison before

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being extradited back to England this March. The message is clear.

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We would encourage people to seek help. If they do not, we will seek

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them out. No matter how long it takes. Mr Taylor thought he would

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escape justice. We find him and to be brought him back to book. Taylor

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admitted 45 counts involving 7,500 indecent images, and he asked for

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another five counts involving almost more than 4,000 images to be

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taken into account. Taylor's defence solicitor said any remorse

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he felt was more to do with the fight he had ended up in custody

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rather than because of the consequences for his victims. The

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judge told him that the offences were so serious, if only way of

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dealing him -- dealing with him was by punishing him. He sentenced him

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to three months -- three years in prison for.

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A cleaning products from has been ordered to pay fines and costs

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totalling �23,000 after a stacker truck fall foul on an employee. He

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suffered a fractured cheekbone in the incident and Unic International.

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He was in hospital for ten days and off-white for three months. The

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Health and Safety Executive prosecuted the company for

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breaching regulations. Police are investigating thefts at

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a war memorial at Victoria Park in Leicester. Flowers have been stolen

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or vandalised of the past few weeks. The council is having to replace

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them. Over the last few weeks we have had the plants pulled up,

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damaged, and stolen from this area. It is a sacred area for the war

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dead on the park, so it is upsetting for people who come in

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and spend some time and think about their relatives. These plants have

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been pulled up wantonly for no reason.

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The Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire Chamber of, say the loss of jobs at

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Bombardier a could cost the economy more than �1 billion. The train

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maker missed out on a contract to build carriages for Thameslink. The

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Chamber of Commerce is predicting the cutting of 14,000 jobs at the

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factory could lead to that loss. They are calling on the Transport

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Secretary to prove how the decision is best value for taxpayers.

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Yesterday the government said the decision could not be reversed.

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costs which have been announced by Bombardier in terms of the loss of

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jobs probably will cost the economy at least �1 billion. So the net

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figure is a cost to the taxpayer of �400 million to start off with.

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You are watching East Midlands Today. A government campaign to get

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children more active this summer has begun here in the East Midlands.

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The latest change for -- the Change4Life campaign aims to

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promote sporting -- sport in schools. The mission is to combat

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obesity by getting youngsters We believe that prevention is

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better than cure... A message from the top. Launching this summer's

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Change4Life campaign. They say it is not about the nanny state and

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Baltic -- bossing people about. It is about giving people the facts to

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make good choices. If you want to do things like buy is more

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trampoline or switch to low-fat foods, that is pretty simple, and

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through the voucher books, people will be able to do that. They will

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be able to improve their diet and save money. Inspectors dropped in

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for the first sports games to get children more active. I have never

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really been that into sport but am now. We have not won any yet but we

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have got better and better. Change for Life campaigns have survived

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government cuts. I met one teacher who is worried about changes to the

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way sport is being delivered in schools. Primary schools have been

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able to liaise with secondary schools roost -- Sports

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partnerships and we have had funding for that to happen, but as

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from now, July, that funding is going and School Sports

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partnerships in their present form will know longer exist. If an

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Olympic gold medallist was on hand to inspire and with a confession.

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That he virtually stopped exercising for six years after

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retiring. In terms of the survey, would not have qualified as an

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active person, which has a bit embarrassing. I played golf, but it

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does not really count. With the holidays just around the corner, it

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is a timely advice. A Leicester man has found a novel

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way of cleaning the environment while making some money. Adrian

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Ablett scours Leicester and he picks up cans which she then

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recycles at his local supermarket. As you can see, there has been

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quite a bit of drinking down here. Midi Adrian Ablett. He is a

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definition of can do. -- meet Adrian Abbott. I come home from

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work, get changed and collect my adapted wheelie bin. I go out and

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have a walk around and collect cans normally for about three hours in

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an evening. He has adapted his been to collect the cans and realising

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there is money in metal, he cashes them in and get points on his

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loyalty card at his supermarket. saw a way of earning myself a bit

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of extra money and trying to clean up my local area as well. As a one-

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man band I go round during the evening after I have finished my

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normal paid job. Normal people are really impressed with what he is

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doing. I think it is very commendable. I am surprised more

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people don't get involved. I think the majority of people want to do

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their bit. Sometimes they don't know how. Adrian got off his feet

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and took it a stage further and went out there of his own accord.

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He knows it makes a difference and that is why he is so enthusiastic

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about it. He aims to collect 20,000 cans in the next few months and has

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even bigger plans in the next year. There are some good people out

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there! Doing worthwhile stuff. used to be able to get money for

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the lemonade bottles. You don't get them any more, do you? Money for

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cancer, money for bottles. Money for old rope! -- money for cans.

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The first, the news Nottingham Forest have been waiting for. We

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understand Fulham midfielder, Jonathan Greening, is about to

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undergo a medical for the Reds. The 32-year-old worked with new boss

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Steve McLaren at Manchester United, who followed him when he took

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charge at Middlesbrough. No deal has been done yet but it looks like

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it will happen tomorrow. The news will come as a relief to many

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Forest supporters, who were worried about the lack of transfer activity

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at the City Ground ahead of the new season.

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Leicester Tigers have completed the signing of former Sale centre

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Mathew Tait. In 2005, he became England's second youngest post-war

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player, behind a certain Jonny Wilkinson. But he is arriving in

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Leicester with a real point to prove.

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Twenty-five years old, 38 England caps and one World Cup. Mathew Tait

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is already one of rugby's high- achievers. I have lots of things I

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want to achieve in my rugby career. A title for the club, and that was

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the future than about coming to a club like Leicester, so I can help

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them become a great success as they have been. He spent most of last

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season injured and lost his place in the England team, though. I have

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been very fortunate to have played on a few occasions now. Having

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played on a breakaway and with the loss of form and injuries last year,

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this is a chance for me to start fresh. He is a young man and

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everybody forget that. He has had a mixed international career in the

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way that he has never really cemented down his spot even though

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he has played many games. We are delighted to have him with us. In

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December and, we think we can get the best out of him. But you only

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have to remind yourself of him in an England shirt to see he is a

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rare talent. The Leicester Tigers might just have a gem.

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Now, the remarkable story of a boxer escaped the gangs of Jamaica

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to fight for a British and Commonwealth title. Ovil McKenzie

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was forced to leave home at 13 and make money selling food on the

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streets. For the last six years, he has lived in a hotel room in Derby,

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but says his life experiences have left him hungry for success. Mark

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Shardlow has been's to meet him. This is what it is like to meet one

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of Britain's top boxes. But behind this is a tough story. Ovil's Derby

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home is tiny. Two hotel rooms in the staff quarters. This is more

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than comfortable for me. Caribbean food, chicken, rice. Any Caribbean

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food. Ovil got a love of cooking on the streets. By 13, he had to leave

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home, sleep on floors, earn some money. If I had been going to

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school, I was by my own uniform and shoes. He cooked in the markets of

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Kingston in Jamaica. He now uses the hotel banqueting kitchen to

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make his favourite chicken dish, which he eats every night, and his

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fame ate carrot juice. He started boxing on the streets, turning his

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back on gang culture. Every Friday night, somebody came to three of my

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mates. People watched us tearing each other apart. He patrolled his

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neighbourhood each night and eventually escaped to move to Great

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Britain, and six years ago, to Derby. I think maybe I would have

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been imprisoned or died if I hadn't come here. He supplements his

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income with boxing and regularly sends gifts home to the Caribbean.

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From shoes to car parks. This weekend could be his biggest pay-

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day. Entrance to win the Commonwealth and heavyweight title.

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We really want him to win after watching that. What an amazing guy.

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On to golf, and Lee Westwood continues his hunt for his first

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ever major title. The world number two at teed off just after 2pm this

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afternoon at the Open championships at Royal St George's. But he had a

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nightmare start, dropping three shots. Thankfully, he has recovered

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to one over par with two to play. Finally, cricket, and Alex Hales

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has been given his county cap. The 22-year-old is a real rise in star.

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Nottinghamshire have drawn their championship match with Somerset

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while there was a Wii good win for Derbyshire, beating Glamorgan by

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186 runs. That is all the sport on the day when we met Ovil McKenzie.

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What do a guy! Fabulous. A reality TV takes on a bit of it was this

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evening in a documentary featuring a class of eight and nine-year-olds

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from Leicester. Humberstone Junior School, after a

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lot of heart-searching, agreed to allow a Class 4FF, I think that is

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some of them behind us, to be featured, and everybody agrees the

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results have been hugely beneficial to not only the parents and

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teachers, but most especially to the pupils.

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Here each year in British primary schools, at least three weeks of

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teaching time is lost. The reason - the poor behaviour of children in

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class. Only three years ago, this school

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was put into special measures. Their next step is to reach

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outstanding. They have done incredibly well. But everybody here

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agrees that this project is one of the best things they have ever done.

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I think everybody who works with children or has got children has

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got something to learn. We learnt so much about how we work and how

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children are. I think everybody could watch this and learn

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something, definitely. This is the very famous Class 4FF. Hello!

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don't have school uniform one because it is almost the end of

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term, and we must explain, everybody has been having a bit of

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a party. But we wanted to speak to you to see how filming was. Who

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shall we start with? What was it like being filmed all the time?

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was quite nervous and when they first came in, we were all laughing.

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You saw the microphones hanging down and you saw the cameras and

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staff. It was really freaky! It was a bit weird. A bit weird? Yes.

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is nice to see the children in the cars and how different they are at

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school. If they did it again next year, yes. It was worth it? Yes.

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There is editor of the end of the film where they say, would you do

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it again? And I say that I would do it every year with a different

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class of children. And I probably would.

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They were great. Hebden Bridge are so cool. They have so much

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confidence. -- Class 4FF. It will be a real insight.

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Let's go to somebody now who I am sure has never been in the naughty

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corner in her life! I think I have had one a black mark and I think I

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might get another one when you see I think we lost the sunshine a

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little bit this afternoon. We have got a lovely picture to show you

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from Nancy. Thank you for that. Please keep your pictures coming in.

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We have still got quite a bit of cloud with us at the moment and it

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could be thick enough at times just to produce the odd light shower

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this evening. They do it then start to die away. We then hold on to the

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clearer skies as well. A minimum to and from nine degrees and in towns

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and cities, more like 11 or 12 degrees overnight. A dry start

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first thing tomorrow morning and a bit of sunshine. Quite different

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from this morning. It will start to change by the afternoon and we will

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start to see the cloud increasing again, and just the odd chance of a

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rogue shower. But it will be a warmer day. The wind is coming from

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the south-west and temperatures will reach a maximum of 23 degrees

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Celsius. The rain is around, a bit delayed coming in, but it will be

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with us Friday into Saturday. Low- pressure starts to come in across

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the country as well, so the rain becoming heavier as the second

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weather front goes through in the first -- in the second part of

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Saturday morning. As one band clears out of the way, we will be

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left with very strong winds into Saturday. Sunday will remain

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blustery as well and we will have a heavy showers. As those winds

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remain pretty blustery, we have the chance of a few thunderstorms on

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Monday. But they will move through quite quickly.

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Crikey! Just before we go, good news for thousands of staff at

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Derbyshire-based retailer Sports Direct. They have been awarded more

:27:21.:27:26.

than �40,000 each in shares. They hit their targets for a second year

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