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This is East Midlands Today. Our top story tonight. Police bring in

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a mobile video screen to help catch a killer. It will display images of

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a man detectives need to talk to about the murder of a mother of two.

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I will look at any method that will make sure the public have seen

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these images sthraind the ability to ring in and give us the name of

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the person who killed Caroline Coyne. Also tonight the supermarket

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plans that market traders fear could put them out of business.

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Plus on song at the airport as 90,000 board bank holiday flights.

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And so long summer. Why do our Good evening. Welcome to Friday's

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programme. And first tonight, detectives have released fresh CCTV

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pictures of a suspect they want to identify in the Caroline Coyne

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murder investigation. The pictures are being shown on a large mobile

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screen in Nottingham tonight. Let us go straight to our reporter Mike

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O'Sullivan for the latest in Mapperley. Yes, tonight the police

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showing CCTV pictures of the man they are trying to trace in this

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murder inquiry. On a mobile screen that will be touring parts of the

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city tonight, that is the vehicle behind me. It is believed it's the

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first time that this technique has been used in the Midlands. I think

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we can get a closer look at those CCTV pictures that the detectives

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are showing to the public on the streets. This white male was seen

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on the CCTV footage in the Thorneywood area of Nottingham. The

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area where Caroline was found dead five weeks ago. The police want to

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speak to anyone who knows hip. Let us look now at some of the key

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dates in this murder inquiry. On Saturday July 23rd Caroline's body

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was found in mount, which is a road in Nottingham. She has earlier left

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a family party in Arnold town centre some time after midnight.

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Some days later the police irshued the CCTV footage of the last known

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sighting of Caroline alive. She was trying to flag down a bus on

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Portchester Road. On July 27th, the police spoke about the immediate to

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find Caroline's missing pink and white size three Nike trainer, and

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they showed one similar to that. On August 3rd, they released the first

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CCTV images of the man they are currently trying to trace in the

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Thorneywood Mount area, and on August 15th, a �20,000 reward from

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Crimestoppers were announced for information leading to the

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conviction of her killer. The police have been stopping cars at

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night, in other parts of their investigation. Let us speak to

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Detective Chief Inspector Tony Haydon, who is leading this inquiry.

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What difference will showing this image of this screen tonight make

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do you? It is our intention that somebody that may have seen

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Caroline on the night of her death, as she passed through this area, so

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it is vital that we use every opportunity to bring these images

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to the public's attention. Public response has been fantastic so far,

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but somebody has that extra piece of information we need. You are

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using Facebook and Twitter, how you going to use that during the night?

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At key points tonights at key times where Caroline was, during the

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evening, we will release certain messages to the followers we have

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on Twitter and Facebook, in order they might give us information, but

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also bring their attention to the images as well bl. You say the

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response has been good but you need more people to come forward. The

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response has been fantastic. We have had lots of information. We

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need that extra piece that we haven't got. Who is this man?

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you very much. The police will be touring the area tonight we will

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have an update on the late news. Thank you P Next, a union says a

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council's decision to re-employ a senior officer, just after he has

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been made redundant and paid redundancy sends out the wrong

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message. That is what has happened at Leicester City council. Where

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the former chief finance officer is being brought back on a short-term

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contract, but Leicester's mayor says the move is the best practical

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and financial solution to an urgent problem. James Roberson is in our

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Leicester news room. What is the background to this? Good evening.

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It goes back earlier this year, when some staff took redundancy

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from lessster City Council, and in mayor one of those with the former

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chief finance officer, Mark Noble. And he was one of the council's

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most senior officers. But no now, because of the tough financial

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climate facing the council and all East Midlands council, Leicester

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has decided to re-employ Mr Noble, on a temporary contract, to help

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plan for the next few financial years. But one union believes that

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sends out the wrong signals. message it sends is that while lots

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of people are worried about their future, whether they will have jobs

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with the council, it seems on the surface that senior managers can

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leave and then return at a later date. I think it send the wrong

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message to the work force as a whole. So will this cost local

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council taxpayers a fortune? according to the city's mayor. He

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says that Mr Noble's agreed to come back on a contract, and he will be

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paid 25% less than the one he left on. But the mayor believes though,

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it wasn't the wisest decision in the first place, to let Mr Noble go,

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back in May. I think if this particular very valuable finance

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officer were to be coming back as a consultant or enhanced salary,

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people would be doing more than raising eyebrow, they would be

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outraged. I believe, in fact what aim getting represents excellent

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value for the council, ensures I get the advice and the support I

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need, and puts right what I found an astonishing decision which is

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the decision to make him redundant in first place. Mr Noble will be

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working full-time on a six month contract. The council hopes that in

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that time, he will be able to lay the basis for significant savings

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in the finances of Leicester for the next few years P We will leave

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you there, thank you. A mother whose daughter was killed in a

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crash on the A6 in Leicestershire is welcoming news of an extra speed

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camera. It is exactly three years since Julie Holwell's daughter

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Becki died close to their home in Mountsorrel. Julie has been

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campaigning for a speed camera, and now the Leicestershire Road Safety

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Partnership says one will be installed in the area. The thought

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of it being three years ago since I last spoke to Becki, saw her, it is

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just heartbreaking, it is, it is a horrible life. I life an existence

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now. I haven't got a life any more. The night she was killed my life

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ended as well. You are watching East Midlands Today. Coming up

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later in our programme. The bank holiday break away. Thousands pack

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their bags and fly off from East Midlands Airport. Next tonight, the

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on ward march of supermarkets. This week we have reported on Oakham's

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determination to stay supermarket free, and on claims that Grantham's

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already lost the battle. Tonight, we look at Derby, the City Council

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there is currently considering a number of planning applications for

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new stores. Local market trader says that could be the final straw.

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This Grade-II listed building in Derby has been derelict for year,

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but now plans are Mr Place to improve the area by building a

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large supermarket, leisure facilities and residential

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properties. If you look at the site behind me known would say the area

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should not be regenerated. We have to make call. If we want it

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regenerated, the only offer on the table at the moment would involve a

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large supermarket. And that is where we are. We have to accept

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that. Already, there are almost 40 supermarkets in Derby, and planning

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applications are in place for another six. It may claim to be

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Britain's largest indoor market, but many of the stores stalls here

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are empty and a rise in the number of supermarkets will only make

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things worse. Pete has been trading here at the centre for 35 years. He

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is worried about the future. We are in direct competition. Once you

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shop under one roof and get everything you need there, why

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bother coming anywhere else? It is driving people out of the city

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centre, because the issue that when they go to supermarket, they find

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most thing, clothes, food and there is no parking fees. The council in

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its report says shops could lose out on �50 million a year if the

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supermarkets are built. What we need to recognise is the majority

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of the impact won't be taking away revenue from the city centre, what

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it will be doing is churning it between the supermarkets themselves,

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so they are competitive, and it will swap between the different

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supermarkets. But it is little consolation for these traders who,

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who fear it is only a matter of time before the shutters come down

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or more businesses. Two men have been arrested in connection with

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the death of a cricket fan who was attacked in knot city centre last

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month. 28-year-old James Hodgkinson was attacked outside Yates's Wine

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Lodge on 31st July. He had travelled from London to watch the

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Test Match between England and India. A man who woke up on a beach

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in Kent saying he couldn't remember anything has been identified as

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being from Derbyshire. The 59-year- old man told police he thinks his

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name is Frank but couldn't remember any other details. His family have

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confirm who had he is. He is still being cared for at a hospital in

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Kent. Now, more than 40 children have followed in the footsteps of a

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boy from the East Midlands who travelled to America for cancer

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treatment. You may remember three years ago Alex Baan's family had to

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raise tens of thousands of pounds for his proton therapy. Now the NHS

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is funding more cases, and sending record numbers of children overseas.

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Our health correspondent reports P Alive and kicking. Alex has

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overcome cancer twice. Three years ago his brain tumour was removed in

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America, and weeks of proton therapy in Florida seem to have

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worked. Have a drink please. Alex. Now mum's enjoying living, rather

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than worrying about him dying. is a perfect little boy. He is

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fully recovered, with no side effects. God was good to us and

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answered our prayers and he is perfect. Proton therapy is designed

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to kill remaining cancer cells. It is aimed at the Nuer. With some

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cancers the extra degree of accuracy over radiotherapy can make

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a difference, sparing healthy tissue. Now the NHS has budgeted to

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send 400 patients abroad every year but there are plans too for three

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yuebg proton centres. We paid �110,000 all together but it was

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worth every penny. When we went back to floor dat Christmas we went

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to say hell throw the people tat proton therapy centre and say thank

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you. When we were there there were three or four familys from the UK.

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I like playing on my book bike. I have to go into hospital, I don't

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like going there though, but I have to. Alex still needs check ups, but

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so far it is so good. Brilliant news P of You have noticed it has

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been raining nearly all day for many of us. But some lucky ones are

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jetting off to sunnier climbs. Not us sadly but more than 90,000

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people are expected to travel through East Midlands Airport this

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bank holiday weekend alone. We went to chat too the jet set. Coming in

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out of the wet, and hoping for warm weather abroad. Thousands of people

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were arriving at the airport today, the destination, anywhere with some

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sun, the aim, to have a well earned rest. I need a break. I've worked

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all year, and I have had odd days off, but, not a week. So I am

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looking forward to it. Relaxing by the beach, and I can't wait. It is

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our first holiday together. We are going to Tenerife and they are

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excited. They didn't sleep all night and they were up at five

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clock this morning. For some it was a chance for a last minute get away.

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We booked it about four weeks' ago, just last minute thing really. We

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are off to Turkey. We have never been there before. Today and this

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weekend, it is set to be the busiest in the year for East

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Midlands Airport and travel agents say there is a rise in last minute

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bookings and people get away for summer sun. They are leaving it

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late. People are coming in haven't been away so they are thinking we

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want to get away. We want to escape for the summer. This is our last

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opportunity, one day less holiday, and we can can can can can book

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anything a, as long as the plane hasn't departed. For others they

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were still working. This band is off to Italy to sing at a wedding.

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# Lady hear me tonight # Because my feeling is just so

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right # As we dance by the moonlight

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# Can't you see, you're my delight. To weather might not look great but

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it is a bank holiday and there All afternoon, we have been keeping

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an eye on the state of the roads and railways. We can report that

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nothing so far. Back in the East Midlands, you could be forgiven for

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thinking that summer is over today. But is it really time for autumn.

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Some of our trees are starting to turn, and Leeds have already fallen.

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Express one per help to find out if autumn has really got in ahead of

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itself. -- experts want our help. If you opened your curtains to a

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downpour, you would be forgiven for thinking that water was on its way.

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Weise turning brown and cream, surely signs that it is time to go

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back to school. The normal pattern suggests that autumn does not

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usually start until next tell a late September. We have had a

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really dry summer, and that may affect autumn. Normally, the

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shorter days and Cologne next of September triggered changes in the

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leaves. We have asked this woman whether temperatures have been

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normal. During August, the temperatures have been a little

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below August. What we have seen, is that of body temperatures have been

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around the 20 Celsius mark, there has been a drastic drop into the

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next time temperatures, with many places dipping into single figures.

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The Woodland Trust is encouraging all of us to encourage -- to visit

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our it needed points. To find signs of autumn and let them know our

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findings. They say they need as much evidence as possible to work

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series changing colour. It may be a factor that because it has been so

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dry, the trees have been wilting and it is almost like a false

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bottom. A lot of leaves are falling off the tree, and people may

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confuse that with true autumn, when it is not in fact often itself.

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Whatever the reason, there is no escaping the fact that we are now

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enjoying typical August Bank Holiday weather.

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You are watching East Midlands today, still to come. It is Horst -

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- its horse trials first started 50 years ago, but we have discovered a

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there is a lot more to Bali. With almost 200 rooms, join me as I take

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a look inside one of our greatest Elizabethan homes.

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It looks nice. Do not miss it. for the sport.

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Can Leicestershire become the key 20 cricket King's? We start with

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football, because pride Park will be packed tomorrow, as Derby County

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look to equal their best ever start to a Football League season. To do

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it, they need to win five in a row and beat Burnley.

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For much of last season, it is fair to say that the Derby fans did not

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have much to cheer about. It could have gone better. Dismal. The one

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before that, as well. We were expecting a lot, and we got nothing.

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How times have changed. Tomorrow, Derby are looking to make it five

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wins a bid of five. -- fibre wings at out of five. It has been an

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amazing August so far for Derby. are going to enjoy it. We have been

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on the other side of it, it makes it more worthwhile. Then makes you

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appreciate it even more. Tomorrow, Derby will come Burnley to pride

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Park. But what would they have got a someone had told them a few weeks

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ago that they would be going into that game with four wins out of

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force will? I would have probably applies to put them in a not house

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somewhere. Getting four games and getting 12 points, and the chances

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of making it 15 hours of five, that is something that no one could have

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thought. The players have enjoyed being on the right side of the

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results. There is a great atmosphere. When you are doing well

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and people are revved up, it is nice to get that feeling.

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Tomorrow's game is the last before a two-week international break. How

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derby would love to go into that break with their perfect record

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still intact. Next, Nottingham Forest manager

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Steve McLaren says his team have some way to go before their

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promotion favourites. But they are a healthy work in progress. The

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Forest boss says he learned a lot watching last weekend's game

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against Leicester, but says that the coming game against West Ham

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will be his toughest test yet. The transfer window closes on Wednesday,

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and he would like one or two new players. Will he get their? I hope

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so. I want some. But a lot of things have to happen before that

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is it. All we are ambitious, and we know we need one or two players. We

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are trying our damned hard just to make sure it happens. Elsewhere in

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the championship, Leicester City are looking for a their first home

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win in the league at the King Power Stadium tomorrow. Meanwhile, in

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week one, there has been confirmation of Great West are's

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news -- move to testify will tomorrow. There will be full mast,

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Terry of all the big games on the local BBC radio station.

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Now, it has become one of the showpieces of the cricket calendar.

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It is the key 20 finals at Edgbaston tomorrow, and

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Leicestershire will be there. Four teams are batting it out for the

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title, and the foxes are hoping to salvage their season with some

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silverware. Warming up for what is going to be

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quite a weekend for the foxes, it is now or never. It will be a great

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day out for county cricket. The atmosphere will be amazing. For a

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small club like Leicestershire, it will be a way to prove that they

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can get to the final and possibly go on to win it. There has been

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little to celebrate this season, the T 20 has been an exception.

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have been superb in Mid T 20, so if we want to rest here, we have

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arrested a little bit of the season by getting to the finals. All fully

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can continue playing of the brand of cricket we have been to get us

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here. Leicestershire are the only county to twice when Lady T 20

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titles. The history is there, we obviously have the experience in

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the changing room. What we -- there are a lot of young lads wear this

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will be the biggest game they have played. They are determined to

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prove their doubters are wrong. want to put things right, not

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having a great season in the other formats. That gives her supporters

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something to cheer for. Staying with cricket, we say

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congratulations to Stuart prod and Graeme Swann, both have been named

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in the ICC Test team this year. Derbyshire have been playing Essex

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today, the game has been washed out so the match has been drawn.

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Finally to rugby, not simply will Leicester tonight in a friendly

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ahead of the new season. Kick-off at 7:45pm.

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Whether any moment, all eyes on the Bank Holiday forecast.

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For this week's what on gate, I have been to Burghley House in

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Lincolnshire. It is best known for its Horse trials, celebrating 50

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years in September. But there is more to it than just forces.

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We all know it for the Horse trials, but today I am not interested in

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the grounds. I am going inside the house, one of the greatest of the

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This is known as the old kitchen. This is the oldest part of the

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house, which dates past -- back to the 1500s. The chef used to good

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schools on the wall as a warning to staff not to linger too long in

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detention. And it is a weekend of culinary delights. There is a fair

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at the cathedral in Leicester. He and Burghley this weekend, they are

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always a fine supermarket in the grounds. That will all be cleared

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away in time for the legendary horse trials from the 1st September.

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Back in the house, will be head to the most spectacular run. This is

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the heaven room. The Earl of Exeter appointed Antonio pareo to paint

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the ceiling ser at Burghley. This is his masterpiece. -- and Claudio

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by rail. This is known as hell. The ceiling - that the ceiling was

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painted in the 11 sensory and when it came time to restore it, it's

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too many years. If you prefer to be outdoors, there is plenty to do

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this bank holiday weekend. I have arrived on a train at Stafford

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manager: -- knows the railway, or marvel at these Cold War jets.

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There is the would fare at Leicestershire, which showcases

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some of the best wood crafts and sculpture. A sculpture to add a

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burly, do not must these installations tottered around the

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grounds. You never know what surprises you might find. I always

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knew you could walk on water. Now then, will see fellas with joy

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Now then, will see fellas with joy Debate has been a damp, soggy and

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awful day. We have needed that train, so plenty of gardeners and

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farmers will will be happy. We will see things drying out and turning

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more sunny during the weekend. Very cloudy side - that very cloudy

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skies. ENT whether pecks at her website. We can see on the pressure

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truck, this is the area of low pressure which has been tracking

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offers. It has brought a fair amount of rain. Very cloudy skies

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over most of the UK. Clear skies to the south. That trend will continue

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later on into the night, but for now though -- the outbreaks of rain

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will continue. Turning more showery through the evening. And turning

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mainly dry in most places during the night. Tomorrow morning,

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restarts the bank holiday weekend of probably on a much brighter not.

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Sunny spells through the day, but still have this chance of the

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scattered showers. People through quite quickly so quite a windy day.

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Temperatures up to 18 Celsius. We will see the showers are drying out

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overnight on Saturday night, and then on Sunday, I pressure is

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building. They are much more settled look to the bank holiday

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weekend. Sunny spells, mainly dry. The temperatures still in the high

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teens. We could do better with the temperatures, but at least he can

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get out and about. The high pressure is over the duty on Bank

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Holiday Monday. Dry with sunny spells, but it looks like the high

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pressure might hang around for much of next week. We may stay on a try

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