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Shaun today is believed to to have carried out the attack while on

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leave from a mental health unit. She died after a fall at home, now

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Dorothy's carers is believed -- per us, could parking at Leicester's

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hospitals double in price? Horse-drawn hearses at a canter at

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M good evening. First tonight, the police have

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urged a mental health unit to hold a full investigation after patient

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pleaded guilty to the attempted rape of a 10-year-old boy in

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Nottinghamshire woodland. It is believed Sean today it was on

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authorised leave when he attacked the boy last month. Tudor's also

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pleaded guilty to sexually touching the child. Here is our chief news

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reporter. On July 20th, a 10-year-old boy was

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lured to woods close to Third Avenue in Rainworth. There are Sean

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to De of no fixed address raped him. He is known to have Asperger's

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syndrome and learning difficulties. It is believed he was on

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unauthorised leave from a mental health unit at the time of an

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attack. He was a patient at the St Andrew's. Sean today had been

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receiving hospital care since 1988. It has included two spells at the

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Rampton high-security hospital in Nottinghamshire. The police

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appealed for calm in the community and issued a strongly-worded

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statement. They say: We are extremely concerned that Shaun

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Tudor was at large in the community when this tragic event took place.

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We have formally requested St Andrews Healthcare undertake a

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review of this incident to establish the full facts. St

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Andrews Healthcare said inquiries would be carried out. The boy's

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parents wearing court to see Tudor plead guilty via video link. The

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court heard that he had been doing well since being in hospital. The

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boy is understood to be recovering well but it is understood his

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parents are very angry and are demanding answers. Tudor will be

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sentenced next month. Quentin is with us now. We know St

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Andrews is a specialist mental health unit. Can you tell us more

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about that? Yes, St Andrews have described it as a secure mental

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health unit. It caters for up to 70 men, either with learning

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disabilities or autistic disorders. They are housed in either medium or

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low risk unit. These pictures are pictures from the charity's own

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website. They described it as a state-of-the-art facility,

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including a cafe, a gym, courtyard and gardens. They say the aim is to

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reduce treatment times to a maximum of 18 months. St Andrew's is known

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as a trading charity, in other words bodies commission services

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from PCTs and it mainly caters for NHS patients. Have St Andrews had

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anything to say? No, they have remained pretty tight lipped about

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this. They would not confirm whether or not Tudor had been given

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a authorised unescorted leave. We have just heard from the Ministry

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of Justice and they say any decision to allow leave is only

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taken after a full risk assessment, in making such decisions, the

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safety of such victims and their families is paramount and their

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views are taken into account. They go on to say unescorted leave his

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only authorised following extensive testing on escorted community leave.

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This will now be reviewed by the local NHS Commission. Thank you.

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At a grieving daughter is to take legal action after her elderly

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mother died weeks after a fall at home. Dorothy Whotton was badly

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injured when she rolled out of bed while being looked after by carers.

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Sarah Jane Whotton said her mum never recovered from the trauma.

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She has spoken to Sarah Teale. Dorothy Whotton was left black and

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blue after the fall at her home in Bulwell in Nottingham in April. Two

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home carers had hoisted the 81- year-old into bed but the guard

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rail was not put back into place and Dorothy rolled onto the floor.

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We would not be in this situation of the site had been up. Mum would

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still have been here. After that she was never the same, never the

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same. To see her like that every single day destroyed me, it really

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did. You cannot imagine what she was going through. The Dorothy

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spent five weeks in hospital before being allowed back home. She passed

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away on July 5th. You used to see your mum every

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single day, how are you coping without her there any more? I just

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feel lost. Empty. It is horrible. I don't want anyone to ever go

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through what we have. It is like a part of me has gone with my mum.

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The home care assistants worked for Nottingham-based sterling home care

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who held an investigation. They said today that process did not

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reveal any evidence to suggest Mrs Whotton fell as a result of neglect

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by the care staff. This report says it was an unfortunate accident.

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What do you think about that? not worth the paper it is written

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on. There were two experienced carers there on that day. How can

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experience carers caused an accident? Sarah Jane is taking

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legal action against the company. A meeting is under way now that

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will determine how the city of Leicester is governed now it has

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got a mayor with a new and wide- ranging powers. The position of

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chief executive has been under threat since the mayor of Leicester

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was elected in May. A special meeting has been held at the Town

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Hall from where we can join our reporter Helen Astle.

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Good evening. The meeting is taking place literally just behind me. It

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is a closed meeting which means members of the press and public are

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not allowed to be there. What is decided in that meeting could

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change the political landscape of Leicester.

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Leicester is the largest city outside London to have an elected

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mayor. Three months ago, Sir Peter Salsbury was voted in. He currently

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earns �57,000 a year. He says with him in position, there is no need

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for a chief executive, claiming the council cannot afford it and the

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two roles overlap. Sheila Locke is the current chief executive. She

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has a salary of �174,000. She is currently on sick leave and

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publicly has not spoken about the proposal to make her redundant.

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Joining me now is Alastair Jones. How has it never could is this for

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Leicester? This is hugely significant. We are seeing the two

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most important people in the authority, the mayor and the top

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civil service officer, at loggerheads with plans to remove

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the chief executive. We see the mayor becoming all-powerful across

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Leicester. Why should it matter to the ordinary person on the street?

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The ordinary person will not see too much happening to begin with

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but if this happens, the chief executive is a counterweight to the

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mayor, a balance, so bent more extreme political ideas can be

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blocked and by removing that barrier, we could see almost an

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Americanisation of local authority politics here in Leicester.

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other cities looking for -- looking to Leicester? Other cities are

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looking at wanting to impose mares but we were the first. Now central

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government has reined back on that. Now we could be setting a totally

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different agenda for Leicester. are expecting the result later on

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tonight. Thank you for joining me. No one has come out of the meeting

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yet. We will bring you that result in our late bulletin at 10:25pm.

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Thank you. A former care worker who abused two elderly people at the

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home where she worked has been jailed for nine months. The

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incidents happened two years ago at home in Leicestershire. Today, a

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judge told dawn he neither what she had done was a severe abuse of

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trust. Dawn Heaney, seen here arriving at

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Leicester Crown Court for a previous hearing, had already been

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convicted of two accounts of abusing patients in her care. It

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happened at this care home during 2009. Dawn Heaney hit a woman on

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the back of the head and deliberately made a man drink tea

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into which she put the vinegar and excessive sugar. Today she said

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this: I think it could have been Heaney was given deliberate --

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additional time in jail for deliberately striking the old lady.

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Heaney blamed everyone but herself, effectively accusing witnesses of

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line. Sentencing Heaney to Ted of nine months in jail, the judge said

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a clear message must go to those who care for the week, elderly and

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otherwise vulnerable but their carers must not abuse them.

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In other news, the leader of Derby City Council says he plans to

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continue in the job on a longer term basis. Philip Hickson has

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initially suggested his position of leader was only temporary. He took

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charge in May after the arrest of his predecessor, Harvey Jennings.

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Councillor Jennings will fails -- face trial on assault charges in

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November, charges he he denies. Hickson says the campaign to save

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Bombardier is one reason why now would not be the right time to step

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aside. A police chief who is cutting

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hundreds of jobs has recommended pay rises for her three assistant

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chief constables. Julia Hodson is asking Nottinghamshire police

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authority to award an exceptional contribution by improving the

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force's performance. The police staff union, Unison, has described

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the move as morally reprehensible and it has emerged that Ms Hodson's

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deputy, Chris Eyre, has made it clear he will refuse a pay rise on

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principle. Around 90 NHS Trust workers in

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Derby and Derbyshire are taking voluntary redundancy as cuts are

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made to save money. Managers say they want to avoid compulsory

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redundancies but cannot guarantee there will not be any. The staff

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who are leaving are mainly in administrative and managerial roles.

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Hospital bosses in Leicester are considering plans to increase

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parking prices for staff and patients. A move which would mean a

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doubling of charges. The NHS Trust is looking at ways to reduce and �8

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million deficit. The scale of the increase has angered some patients.

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For patients and staff, parking at Leicester hospitals, charges could

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be set to rise. Currently, the NHS Trust subsidises charges. Today, in

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a board meeting, bosses considered proposals that would see that

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scrapped and an increase in charges. What are the proposed charges? For

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one hour it will go up from �1 to �2.30. From those -- for those

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wanting to stay for three hours it will double from �2 to �4 and for

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those wanting to stay for four to six hours, it will go up to �5.50.

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We have to make some difficult choices when we are faced with

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financial challenge us. There are only two points when their Dublin.

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When the benchmark us against other trusts, we are very competitively

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priced. Today, those using the car parks had a mixed reaction. The it

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is disgraceful. How can people afford that? It is unfair,

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especially when they are ill. would rather that they charge for

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parking ban lose a service elsewhere. I accept that charges

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have to go up but the level will increase is far too much. It is not

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acceptable to patients. I do not think staff would be happy with the

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level. The trust plans to engage with the public to get their views

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and a final decision will be made Now, it is the school summer

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holiday and many of you may be looking for ways to keep the

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children entertained, so we have got a few ideas about what you can

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get up to. You may have seen the team featured

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in this week's What's On guide at shows and competitions across the

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region. And if you have an energetic canine, the

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Nottinghamshire Supadogs may have a place for you, too.

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Most dogs Love To catch a ball, but if yours are showing special skills,

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have a look at this. This is fly ball. Anybody welcome as long as

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they have got a dog that is fit and healthy and looks to run. Any dog

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can do it as long as it is a minimum of 10 months old to start

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training. He needs a lot of encouragement. He does drop his

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ball as well but he is bringing it back today so I will give him a

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treat, and he knows he is going to get that treat. Good boy. Lots of

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things going on for the start of the summer holidays. The Nottingham

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Riverside Festival is this weekend, and don't forget the beach in the

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old market square. Why not try some high-tech treasure hunting? They

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are holding a taster today. I am going to take him up to the box and

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now. He is one of Avenue is stocks, it is getting him confident where

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the jumps are. That was a good run. Yes, that was good. Back in time

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for a 1940s weekend at the peak Rail. Or head to Burghley to

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explore the myths and legends in the grounds of the Lincolnshire

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estate. So if you think your dog is up for this, they are looking for

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new recruits. But not all canines are cut out for it. He would rather

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do anything else and Still to come on the programme,

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late for your own funeral? You won't be if you hitch a ride with

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these high-end horse-drawn hearses, cantering into the history books at

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the Bakewell Show. Time for the sport, here is Colin.

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Looking forward to the start of the football season. First tonight, the

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tale of two former England managers, Sven and Steve. Both re-building

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their reputation in English football right here in the East

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Midlands. And both getting plenty of attention as we get ready for

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the season to start. Nottingham Forest boss Steve McClaren is

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coming up, but first Sven-Goran Eriksson. Today he told Natalie it

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is promotion or bust for him at Leicester.

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Not long to go and another new signing today. PS, and a very good

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one as well. I had him in Manchester City. He will be very

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useful for us. 11 new players, how would you keep them all happy?

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that might be a problem, but the best way is to win as many football

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games as possible. When we have many good football players it might

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be a problem that we have to be clever and sort it out. This is the

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most eagerly awaited season for years for Leicester fans. Do you

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feel the anticipation? Of course I do. The owners had invested a lot

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of money and the training ground and the new players. They want to

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stay in the Premier League. Because they want to be in the Premier

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League, and if I am right you have a year left on your contract, for

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you, is this promotion or the sack? Maybe. I don't know that, we have

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never talked about it, but it is true I have a contract for the

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coming season and the target is the Premier League. I think Sam

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Allardyce, at West Ham, has got the same target. Do you feel the same,

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do you understand the pressure? are in the same boat! But fair

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enough. If the club invest a lot of money, they want to see results, so

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I don't think it is that different to any other club. There are

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stories every day in the paper about Leicester City, but the David

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Beckham one keeps popping up, week after week. The only truth about

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that is, it must be four or five months ago, I spoke to David and he

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said, not for now. I have not spoken to him for four, five months.

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With not long to go until the start of the season, what is your message

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to the fans? We hope to make you happy, of course, as many times as

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possible through the year. Please go on supporting us, we need you.

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Sven, of course, not the only man with something to prove. At

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Nottingham Forest, Steve McClaren has taken over from Billy Davies.

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The Reds have come so close to promotion in recent seasons, so

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might this be the year when things finally come good for the Forest

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faithful? Here's Angela. It is a new day, it is a new dawn.

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The sun is out, everything has come good again. I think he's the right

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Forest have been a nearly man of the championship in recent seasons,

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twice missing out in the play-offs, but it has all changed at the City

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Ground and Steve McClaren has just one thing in might. I want to see

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Forest in the Premier League as soon as possible. But however long

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it takes to build, we will get there. Getting there will be a

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major challenge, with other clubs are spending millions this summer.

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They know that the prize is big, and you have to be bold, ambitious,

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you have to go for it, and you cannot wait. The standstill, you go

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backwards in football, and Forest, we cannot stand still. We have got

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to move forward, got to be able to compete. Forest have not stood

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still, but there have been just three new signings for the news is

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and. We have added Andy Reid, George Boateng and Jonathan

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Greening. They have been in the Premier League, they know what it

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is like to get there and stay there. We still need to bring in two or

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three players, sure, but when we have them we will be challenging,

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said the ambition is there. Everybody wants promotion, however

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that is achieved, everybody wants it. 12 years away from top-flight

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football feels like a lifetime for the fans. Can Steve McClaren

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succeed where so many others have A new skipper for the Reds' new

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campaign, too. Luke Chambers, the fans' player of last season, is

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taking over the captain's armband. We did Derby County's big preview

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yesterday, of course. Perhaps we gave them a boost because they

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promptly delivered a decent pre- season result by beating Premier

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League Aston Villa. The visitors fielded a credible, if not stellar,

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line-up, and were undone first by a handball which let Steven Davies

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score from the penalty spot. And secondly by a stonking goal from

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Ben Davies, who will be very keen on a good second season for Derby.

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Nice work. Extraordinary events at Ilkeston

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Town, where player-coach Gary Ricketts has been suspended. It is

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after three Mansfield Town players ended up in hospital during a pre-

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season friendly. The game had to be abandoned when Mansfield manager

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Paul Cox led a walk-off because of the injuries and the way the game

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was refereed. More to come from that, I'm sure.

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In rugby, brilliant news for Leicester Tigers' Manu Tuilangi. He

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will make his England debut in the World Cup warm-up match against

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Wales this weekend. Fellow Tiger Tom Croft also plays.

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Onto cricket and day three of the latest Championship matches: Hardly

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any play possible in Durham, a result possible but unlikely there.

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But Leicestershire look like they have more chance of making

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something happen at home to Kent. Derbyshire are in 40 over action

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between the showers. An even start at the County Ground.

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That is it for the sport. I think Kylie is still quivering at David

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Beckham's not yet! Now, competitors at country shows

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are always very serious about their events. And today the Bakewell Show

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in Derbyshire hosted one event even more serious than usual.

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Yes, it staged what is thought to be the world's first championship

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for horse-drawn hearses, as Simon Hare discovered.

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They are coming into the ring now... As an event, it was actually more

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fun than funereal. I would like one of those when I go. It is the

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world's first championship for horse-drawn hearses. No coffins,

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but plenty of spluttering from the entrance. I think they are lovely.

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I would like to meet my maker in style. Something like that would be

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very good. It is like a step back in time, it is very charming,

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lovely. Teams from across the country took part, including one

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based in Bakewell itself. We are doing a lot more of them now,

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anybody who has perhaps had a flamboyant life and wants a

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flamboyant funeral. It was not a race, so no chance of a dead heat,

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but prices were on offer to those judged to be the best. The horses

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had to be well trained, and what is also important is that the coach

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man has to drive correctly and safely. The horses we are driving

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today are the best, they are very regal, good for the job we do. A

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completely new class, it is an absolute honour to win it, really

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pleased. It is becoming popular, and it seems to be on the up.

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Hopefully. So, a Victorian favourite that is back in fashion.

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If they had had coffins in the back, that would have been something to

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see. Horrible.

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Something else that sends shivers It has been a cool day today with

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all of the rain that has come through, but this morning one

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It has been a very wet day to day, on and off, because it started to

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fragment as it worked through. We still have heavy rain in the east

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at the moment but it is clearing to the North Sea overnight and we will

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see a drier night as well. Temperatures much cooler tonight,

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hopefully a bit more bearable. Tomorrow morning starting dry, a

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good start to the day for Friday. Early morning sunshine, but by the

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afternoon we will see the cloud developing a bit more into the

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afternoon, remaining dry, temperatures into the low 70 s

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might as well, so quite pleasant outside tomorrow. We are going to

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see low-pressure moving in for the weekend, and Saturday, during the

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early hours, we have a few showers coming in, which will start to pull

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to the north, so the daytime starting to improve on Saturday,

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and temperatures again into the low 20s, too. Quite a nice start to the

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weekend, but then we do have a band of rain getting closer by the time

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we get to Sunday, and low-pressure sitting over the country by then.

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Sunday morning should start dry, but the cloud will increase into

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the afternoon, then we will see the rain moving in and the winds

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starting to freshen up as well, which will give us a more unsettled

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start to next week. Temperatures, though, remaining as they should be

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for the time of year, but I think it will give us quite a few showers

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for the early part of next week, and temperatures going down to what

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they should be at night time, hopefully making it more bearable

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