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This is East Midlands Today with Kylie Pentelow and me, Dominic

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Heale. Did doctors leave a father to die?

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A family claim they do not resuscitate order was placed

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without their permission. Nobody had mentioned the possibility of

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the order being put on. I was just absolutely distraught really.

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Also tonight: of the kebab house explosion, a witness saw a man

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running from the scene. Plus the French travellers enjoying

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a holiday in a busy Leicester roundabout. She has come back to

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England because they've been here before and they find it very pretty.

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And from a blot on the landscape to a beauty spot, an old mining

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Welcome to Wednesday's programme. First tonight, the man who was left

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to die after doctors decided it wouldn't be right to try to save

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him. Bill Bilbie had been admitted to hospital just days beforehand.

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His family say they should've been consulted over his treatment. And

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in an email sent to them in error, a senior doctor admitted that

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mistakes were made. Simon Hare reports.

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Cards of empathy for the loss of a much loved husband and father. He

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died at the cue MC in Nottingham last week. -- the QMC. Finally, the

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doctor admitted that they didn't tried to resuscitate you to the

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order. The medical notes had been mocked do not resuscitate. I felt

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sick, absolutely physically sick. The fact that it had not been

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discussed, nobody had even mentioned the possibility. I was

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just absolutely distraught. In a subsequent e-mail, inadvertently

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sent to a friend, the medical director said that although it

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appeared to be the right clinical decision, we failed to communicate

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that proper decision to the daughter. They just said that they

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didn't know that I was next of kin because they hadn't looked out the

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paperwork. I basically said that I cannot believe that anybody would

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make a life-or-death decision without checking the facts first.

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Guidelines issued by the British Medical Association and the Royal

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College of Nursing say that these orders should only be issued after

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discussion with patients or the family. His family has now made a

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formal complaint to the hospital. It has launched an investigation

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and apologised for the breakdown in communication. Officials say the

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man did receive the correct quality of care.

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Earlier, I asked Derbyshire GP Dr Ben Lobo to outline the rights that

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families and patients have as they near the end of their life. It is

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important to acknowledge that this is a complex and sensitive matter,

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but patients have like -- rights in law. With patience to have the

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ability to make their own decisions, they usually go through a process

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with the doctors and nurses about treatment decisions. Patients have

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an independent right in law to make an advanced decision to refuse

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treatment, even refusing life- sustaining treatment. That can be

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legally binding on doctors and nurses. Should their families

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always be told, no matter whose decision it was? Should the

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relatives be told? It depends upon of the decision and the context of

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that decision. Good practice is to include many people in that

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decision and the sharing of that decision where it adds to the care

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and support the best care for the patient. In certain circumstances,

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say, where the patient says I do not want to share that information,

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doctors and nurses have to make sure they look after the

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confidentiality issues. In most circumstances, doctors and nurses

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should make contact and communicate well with the family and friends.

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Two doctors, commissions ultimately have the final say? It depends how

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that decision is made. In an emergency, when there is no clear

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decision being made in advance, doctors are compelled to make their

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best interests decision for their patient. Doctors are accountable.

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They just cannot make decisions on a whim. There are protections in

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place to support patience and the decision-making process. This is an

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emotional time for the family but it seems the difficulties are

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coming down to communication problems. Communication is the most

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powerful to all of getting quality of care better. If you can, take

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time to have a conversation in advance, to plan ahead, take time

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to talk and doctors and nurses made -- need to make time to listen

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effectively and explore expectations and ideas. If that is

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done well, it avoids many of the crisis.

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-- crises. There are claims tonight that a man

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wearing a balaclava mask was seen running from the scene of an

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explosion that killed a shop worker at a fast food outlet on

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Leicester's Narborough Road. It comes as the police named the

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victim as Fiaz Ahmed Ansari. Mike O'Sullivan reports.

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This is where the explosion happened at 2:20am on Monday. All

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the rubble has been clear the way from what was once a kebab shop. --

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clear away. It was thought that no one was injured at first but during

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site clearance on Monday, a body was discovered. Today, the police

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named the victim. This is his photograph they few days before,

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whilst on his way to a contractor who had worked on the job. It has

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been a shock. He was genuine, good for the area, he mixed in and was

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doing everything right. I've spoken to one eyewitness from the night of

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the blast. The eyewitness says a man wearing a balaclava was seen

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running from the scene seconds after the explosion. He dropped

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some sort of back and got into a car. The police have arrested for

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women and two men. They are still being questioned. This is a murder

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investigation and they are appealing for anyone who saw any

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suspicious activity in the area to get in contact with them.

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This is East Midlands Today, later in the programme: it's transfer

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deadline day and Natalie's got news from Leicester city.

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A crowd has gathered at Leicester City. A Premier League player is

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expected any minute now. Find out In other news tonight: Fire crews

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have evacuated homes in a village in Leicestershire after a gas main

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caught fire. It happened this lunchtime on Riverside Walk in

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Ashfordby. Fire crews evacuated homes within a 100 metres of the

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fire which spread to a house and a caravan.

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A little girl, who prompted a huge police search when she was reported

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wandering alone in a city street at dusk yesterday night, has been

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found safe and well. 60 officers started searches and house to house

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inquiries in Arnold in Nottingham, after a concerned woman told the

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police the little girl was out alone. Today, it was confirmed the

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girl had in fact returned home last night, soon after being spotted

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here on Coppice Road. The police had this advice for anyone finding

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a vulnerable child. Our advice is don't be afraid to get involved.

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However, don't take the child away from the area. Find out from the

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child with a need to be in contact with and then seek assistance.

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Phone as an seek assistance from people near by.

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-- phone us and seek assistance.The Lord Mayor of Leicester, Councillor

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Robert Wann, is at the centre of allegations that he was able to

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dodge fines for parking near the council's headquarters, while other

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motorists had to pay up. Now there are calls for an

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independent investigation by the Standards Board of England. Let's

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get more from our Political Editor, John Hess. John, what's the

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background to this? The allegation is that he had

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parking tickets with fines totalling up to �450, when he

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parked his car outside the city council's New Walk administrative

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offices. But after he alerted council officials, the parking

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tickets were either cancelled or written off. Rob Wann is one of

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Leicester's most senior Labour politicians and a former chairman

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of Leicestershire's police authority. He took over the

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ceremonial role of Lord Mayor in May, the same time that Sir Peter

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Soulsby was elected Leicester's first City Mayor. It's Mayor

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Soulsby, now its most powerful politician, who lodged a formal

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complaint. I understand leaked documents reveal that Councillor

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Wann, the current Lord Mayor, had allegedly evaded fines on five to

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seven occasions. So, will there be an inquiry?

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An internal inquiry by a small committee of city councillors,

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described to me as far too cosy, ruled out referring the Lord Mayor

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to the powerful Standards Board of England. That's the organisation

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that investigates complaints of misconduct in local government.

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Instead, it's been left to the council's chief legal officer to

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consider the next move. But that's angered Mayor Soulsby. He says

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given the prominence of the councillor involved, the issue

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needs to be dealt with independently and transparently. As

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for Rob Wann, he told me he's making no public comment while any

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investigation continues. Tonight, as Lord Mayor, he'll carry out his

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civic duties as normal. He's due to attend a reception at Oadby on

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Anglo-Indian trade. Around a dozen French travellers

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who set up their home on a roundabout in Leicester have been

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given notice to leave the site. It's the second time the group have

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come to the city. Helen Astle reports.

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I have a notice from the council... The travellers have been on the

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roundabout for four days. The police and the council are worried.

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We have no stopping of places in Leicestershire for them to go to,

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any transit sites. There are very few throughout the country. We try

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to tolerate travellers and a lot of areas. Unfortunately, in this area,

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it is a busy road and a distraction to drivers. It is dangerous for the

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children. This is what they wanted to do. They have always moved

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around and they continue to do so. Their lives are not particularly

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sad. They are living at the life they want to live. Rebecca told me,

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through a translator, why she is in Leicester. She has come back to

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England because they've been here before and they find it pretty.

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They wanted to come back here and see it again. How does she feel

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about being asked to leave the side? Because we are travelling

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people, we are used to that and so when the police come, we play our

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role and removal long. All of the travellers here have now been

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served a notice to quit the site. The ones I've spoken to have told

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me that they will leave by tomorrow night. If they don't, the council

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will take them to court to have them evicted.

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Derbyshire's air ambulance helped in a dramatic rescue of 22 people

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stuck on a fairground ride in Skegness yesterday. One woman was

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left with serious head injuries, others suffered minor injuries. Air

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ambulance staff have described it as an unusual scenario, with the

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ride on its side with people stuck inside and others trapped high up.

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A shoplifter with a history of violent and racially abusive

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behaviour has been banned from the Sneinton area of Nottingham for two

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years. James Anderson, who's 50, subjected staff and customers to

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abuse over a six month period. He was seen intimidating staff on 13

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different occasions, including threatening to set his dog on them.

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The court order lasts until August 2013.

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Now the clever people who are in charge of making all our TVs

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digital have spent the whole day helping those who are a little

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confused about the big switchover that happened last night.

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Yes, they've been at a roadshow in Nottingham answering your questions

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after the analogue signal from the Waltham transmitter was turned off.

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If your TV, or in fact your brain, is still a little fuzzy, don't

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worry. We have an expert on our sofa, Megan Lewis from Digital UK.

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So, Megan what are the common issues today? The switch-over has

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gone well and the questions we've been getting are the sort of things

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we would expect. People are wanting help with retuning. There is an

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overlap area which is not unusual. Sometimes, people will put up a

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different news service. We have been helping people to get their

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preferred news service back. Other than that, people seem to have

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dealt with it well and there is still lots of help available if

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people want to contact us all look at our website. People might be

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tempted to hire a TV repair man or woman. Would you advise against

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that? I would advise against it. Virtually all the issues can be

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resolved by having a chat with the staff on our advice line all

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looking at our website. Hopefully by this time, all your viewers will

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be switched. They can guide you through, can't they? The person on

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the phone so as to push different buttons. They chat whilst she was

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sacked by the television and will talk you through the process, until

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you are happy that it is sought a. A so double say that some of the

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channels are fuzzy... -- some of the people I have spoken to say the

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channels are fuzzy. People tried to retuned too early and may have not

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had the full strength at that point. If people retune at teatime, all

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the TV channels should be there. There is a helpline as well.

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You're watching East Midlands Today. Still to come: she normally fixes

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up houses, now Sarah Beeny helps Food companies here are being

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offered help to export their goods to Asia. And it could make them

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millions. Top of the list, selling curry made

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in the East Midlands to India. It may sound strange but experts says

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the opportunities are not to be sniffed at. Paul Bradshaw reports.

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Lifting the lid on a global market worth billions. Food manufacturers

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in the East Midlands know how to make good Indian food. Now they are

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learning how to export that expertise back to India. The global

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economy and the world is changing. India is now a major power base. I

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think we in Britain or, even though our parents came from India, we

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need to tap into that huge growth that India is having now and will

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continue to have. Halle region is not short of big name food

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manufacturers. -- our region. Companies like us recognise the

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enormous growth potential of building export markets with India.

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It is a great opportunity for the East Midlands and companies based

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in the East Midlands to export and create more employment, more

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businesses and also the employment in the supply chain. A last year,

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trade between the two countries was worth �10 billion. Whilst imports

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from India grew by 27 %, the export market has increased by almost 40 %.

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Anything that raises the appreciation and understanding of

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the need to export our products and services around the world has to be

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a good thing. In this part of the world, we have a particular benefit

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of having an Asian community producing Asian products which are

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eminently exportable. Whilst these curries are bound for supermarket

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shelves, further down the line, they could be heading much further

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afield. The Nottingham chef Sat Bains is

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encouraging people to host coffee mornings to help raise money for

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charity. The Michelin-starred chef is backing a national campaign by

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Macmillan Cancer Support. The idea is to get people across the country

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to hold coffee mornings on the 30th September. Sat Bains says Macmillan

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nurses were invaluable when his own grandmother was ill. I remember

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them this is coming. They used to support her. I didn't know who they

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were but they used to stay with her through the night. It was

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incredible. They were like angels. I was 20 years of age and it was an

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emotional time. We are in a position now where we can support

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it as much as we can. There was talk of a new signing for

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Leicester City! It is... This is the last chance this year for clubs

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to buy players. A small crowd had gathered here tonight because we

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are expecting at Premier League player to arrive. We understand

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that Everton striker Jermaine Beckford could be joining Leicester

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City. The club have been linked with a number of strikers today. We

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must say that but Beckford has apparently accepted a bid, Everton

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have accepted a bid. Beckford is a highly rated striker and it is a

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big deal because it would be a cool if Leicester attracted him here. --

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-- a coup. We understand that Jermaine Beckford will be coming

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here this evening and will be in talks with the club. Let's have a

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look at the rest of the activity today.

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The busiest club today has been Leicester City. Sven Goran Eriksson

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boss macro phone has been hot all day. 1:00pm and the Swede was coy

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about so -- signing Jermaine Beckford. It is enough to look at

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his goalscoring record. There is a suggestion that it has been

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accepted. Is that not true? comment. But by mid-afternoon,

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Everton had accepted a bid from It is all quite at Derby County but

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Nottingham Forest striker Joe Vagana should sign for Watford. No

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one was available to comment today but at the weekend, Steve McLaren

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showed his frustration. This continues the season... There are

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reasons which we have been talking about for two years and have

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continued this year. We have to do some work in the next few days to

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address what we have been saying all along. And Notts County...

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Nothing to report for Martin Allen with the bulk of his business

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having been done in the beginning of the window.

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Back here, no sign of Jermaine Beckford yet but the club's

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officials and hierarchy are working very hard this evening to try to

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bring in a striker. 12 Cricket -- on to cricket, and England are

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playing India in the T20 match at Old Trafford. Nottinghamshire's

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Alex Hales is making his debut in the side. He's one of four Notts

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players in the team - captain Stuart Broad, Samit Patel and

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Graeme Swann are the others. Leicestershire have let go a player

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today. They are in action this evening against Middlesex. They are

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about 303 runs behind so not a good day for Leicestershire. At

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Leicester City, we are hoping for the arrival of a new player this

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evening and will bring you the latest in our late bulletin.

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Up until the late '80s, the Nottinghamshire village of Newstead

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was lively and bustling. The local coal mine brought money into the

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area and created jobs. 20 years on though the villagers

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thought it needed some TLC. So they called in the BBC programme Village

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SOS with presenter Sarah Beeney and in turn received a Lottery grant of

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more than �400,000. With that they've transformed old

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pit tips into a thriving country park as Jonathan Cecil found out.

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Newstead was a thriving mining community with social clubs,

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doctors' surgeries and shops, all paid for by mining. On the edge of

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the village is a 220 acre site, once used to dump mining waste, and

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that is where the community are to build a country park. Where do you

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start? When everyone is out of work, it is a struggle. Michael runs a

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charity which helps young people by teaching them fishing. We were very

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interested in engaging them in the local community as well as

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education because it is important having young people on board if you

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are going to do anything in the village. He wants to transform the

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pond into a fishing lake with a state-of-the-art visitors' centre

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which could be a helpful local activities and possesses. But he

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has not been alone. The BBC's village SOS has been filming for

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the last year and they were successful in getting money from

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the lottery fund. 20 year-old Ashley works for the charity and

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will be heavily involved in the project. He is eager to see his

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mates help out. It has had a positive impact and we are just at

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the start. This is not just going to last a year, it will be an

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ongoing project. There will be opportunities for work within the

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park. They also had help from a business mentor to take their

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vision forward. You cannot create a country park from scratch within a

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year but we have laid 10,000 hedgers, created hundreds of acres

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of fencing, you can probably see the building behind me that has the

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largest single tower wall in the world. That was built with over 100

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members of the local community hand building and packing those tyres.

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We've done an amazing job and have engaged well over 50 % of the

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community in this project in some way. The community is celebrating

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their success so far with a festival, featuring big-name bands

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at the side from the 9th to 11th September. The profits will further

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We have had a cloudy wheat so far but we are hopeful of things

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becoming brighter as we head towards the end of the week.

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Tonight, cloudy and mostly dry. The small chance they are clad will

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thicken. -- the crowd will thicken. Temperatures will drop down to 11

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Celsius for most of us. Colder in some rural spots. Tomorrow, the

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cloud will thin during the day and it will brighten up into the

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afternoon. Temperatures still quite cold at around 18 on 19 Celsius.

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That is 66 Fahrenheit. On Thursday, as we going to Friday, we will see

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an unsubtle day. It will be a dry day with quite a bit of sunshine

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expected. That will be reflected in the temperatures. They will creep

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up a little bit, a high of 22-23 Celsius. Into Saturday, the cold

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front will slowly move its weight in during the day so Saturday will

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start of dry but the cloud will increase and the rain will push in

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later on into the afternoon. The warm weather stays with us across

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the weekend. Saturday is looking at around 22 degrees. Sunday, some dry

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and settled conditions around but we are expecting some rain.

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Temperatures will drop off a little bit. Not doing too bad for

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September which it will be by the News Justin, a man has been

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arrested over the death of a three- year-old boy in Derbyshire. The

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child was taken to hospital in Derby a serious injuries on Tuesday

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afternoon. He was later transferred to

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Nottingham where he died this afternoon. A 21 year-old man has

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been arrested and remains in custody. Police say they are

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