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Welcome to the programme. Our top story tonight: criminals without a

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conscience - targeting the elderly and the vulnerable.

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A disabled woman, driven to a cash point, is forced to hand over money.

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I couldn't believe it, I wanted to die. I had this sinking feeling.

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Since then, I have been feeling physically sick.

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Or so, treating cancer in hours. Why lasers are leading the way.

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Plus, preparing for the worst. How the East Midlands is bracing itself

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for winter. And join me later to find out why a

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bright spring and a soggy summer has been such good news for apple

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Good evening. Welcome to Tuesday's programme.

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First tonight, a warning about door-step conmen. In the latest

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incident, they forced a disabled woman to hand over money for work

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on her garden that wasn't needed. The woman, who wants to be known as

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Frances, is now in debt and she doesn't know when she'll be able to

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pay it off. Sadly, Trading Standards officers say her case is

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only the tip of the iceberg. Helen Astle reports.

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CCTV captures the moment a woman hands over hundreds of pounds to a

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rogue trader. The woman was pressurised into having gardening

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work done at her home. She didn't want it and she didn't need it, but

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the bill quickly rose. I said, this is a huge amount of money. I said

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you will have to come back for this, I thought, should I even be paying

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this? He said, no, we needed the money now. Frances was driven here,

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where she withdrew the maximum amount possible from her account.

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�250. The rogue trader told her that he would be back the next day

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for the rest of the money. The man did come back, but Frances didn't

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give him any more money. The impact on her has been immense. Really, I

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just wanted to die, I really did. I couldn't believe it. I had this

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sinking feeling, and since then, I have been feeling physically sick

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about it, really sick in the stomach. It has made me feel so low,

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so depressed. Adapting there are words to describe them, from our

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perspective they are rogues, they're not bad businessman, they

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are not businessmen in any sense at all, they are criminals. Criminals

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to rip people off. The man trading standards are looking for is

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described as white, in his thirties, very short, with an Irish accent.

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The money Frances gave him has put him -- her into debt. The high was

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managing my bank account well, it is now so far in an overdraft that

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I feel totally devastated. I feel I will never get it back on a level

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now. Frances does not feel confident to lead her home now.

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Trading standards are appealing for anyone with information to contact

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them. Police in Australia have arrested a

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50-year-old man in connection with the death of a woman from

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Nottingham. 48-year old Sally Brooks died on the day she was due

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to return permanently to Nottinghamshire. The mother-of-

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three was found with severe head injuries at her home in Melbourne

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in July. She'd been struggling as a single mother after a divorce two

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year ago, and wanted to start a new life with her family in the UK.

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The bill for policing last month's disturbances in Leicester has

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reached more than half a million pounds - and could rise further.

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The figures have been collated for the Home Office. Leicestershire

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Police has covered the cost by drawing on a �1 million emergency

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fund. More than 90 people were arrested during the trouble. Still

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to come: Crime and punishment - we meet the convicted drug dealer

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trying to stop teenagers making the Big changes to the region's

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parliamentary map could see some of our best-known politicians

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scrambling for a new seat. Both the Justice Secretary Ken

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Clarke and Labour's Vernon Coaker are among many MPs now facing an

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uncertain future. It's because, under new proposals,

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their constituencies will be abolished. Here's our Political

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Editor John Hess. The number of constituencies in the East Midlands

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Derbyshire loses a seat as two constituencies - Amber Valley and

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Mid-Derbyshire, are merged. That's means the current MPs - Pauline

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Latham and Nigel Mills - both Conservatives and elected for the

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first time in the last election, will have to compete for the new

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seat. In Nottinghamshire, Ken Clarke's Rushcliffe vanish off the

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parliamentary map. Altogether with his area parcelled out three ways

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to Newark, Nottingham South and a new constituency of Keyworth and

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Personally, I would regret the banishing of the area, I have

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always represented it, but what I'm going to do is wait for it to see

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how the consultation goes up, see if anything comes up that is any

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better, and not rush to any decisions. In due course a will

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have to decide what I am going to do. I have faced this before. This

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time, the thing to do is not to instantly react, but wait and see

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Vernon Coaker's Gedling is also abolished, with most of his wards

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going into a wider Nottingham East. I am happy where I am as Gedling,

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we will have to wait and see, see what the Boundary Commission

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finally come up with, but at present time, I am the MP for

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The city also gets a new constituency - Nottingham West.

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It's here and in Derbyshire that That level of change is happening

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throughout the country. Derbyshire, the whole East Midlands, is not

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unique in that respect, the rest of England is undergoing the same

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Many constituencies aren't affected, but can you imagine election night

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without hearing those familiar names of Charnwood, Leicestershire

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North West, Amber Valley, Gedling and Rushcliffe. It won't be quite

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Next, the fight to deliver a massive rail contract to Derby.

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Today, at the TUC conference, union delegates called on the Government

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to overturn its decision on Thameslink.

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And last night Derby City Council voted unanimously to provide

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financial support to the unions in legal action over Bombardier's lost

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contract. In a moment we'll be speaking to

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Philip Hickson, the leader of Derby City Council but first, Kylie

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Pentelow reports. The message has been clear. From

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Derby, they have taken their fight to London, where workers gathered

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outside Parliament, determined that the debate will go on. And now this

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morning, the Labour leader Ed Miliband joined in the campaign.

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Speaking at the TUC's annual conference, he made clear what he

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thought the government role should be. The government has to work in

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partnership with business and the workforce. To understand what

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technologies and skills we need for the future. To provide the

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certainty they need to invest. To look at what government buys. So

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that innovative companies, and British companies, can succeed. And

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that includes companies like Bombardier, being cruelly sold down

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the river by the government. This afternoon the conference approved a

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motion calling on the government to overturn its decision. This motion

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is about saving UK rail manufacturers, it is about Derby

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and the East Midlands economy, it is about skills and the future for

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young people and workers across the country, about implementing social

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clauses and fighting for better, and keeping UK rail manufacturing

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on track. I support it. The 1400 people back in Derby who face

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losing their jobs are hoping that his backing will convince the

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government it has made the wrong choice.

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Let's talk to the leader of the city council in Derby. Good evening.

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Plenty of support last night for this legal review into the

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Bombardier decision. Indeed, the motion that will support funding

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very judicial review of the unions decide to take that was unanimously

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approved by every member present last night. In financial terms,

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what degree of backing would you give to the unions? It is not a

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blank cheque, is it? Indeed, it is difficult to say. As I understand

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it, the judicial review is in two stages. It will go before a judge,

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and then go to a full hearing in court. The cost of the first part

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of fairly modest, between 12 and �15,000. But the costs then begin

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to escalate if it goes to a full hearing. I don't know at this stage

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what that might be. Report today that not one Conservative MP has

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signed a Commons motion backing the plan to save Bombardier. I don't

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think it is lack of will on members's Park, I think what they

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did was so did the early day motions are rather meaningless,

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their gestures rather than doing anything practical. But MPs have

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been extremely supportive, so I don't read anything into battles

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top thank you for that. Police investigating the death of a Derby

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man have arrested three more men on suspicion of murder. 43-year-old

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Johnny Assani was assaulted in the city in July. He died at the

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Queen's Medical Centre in Nottingham. Three other men have

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already been charged with his murder. This morning officers

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arrested two 19-year-olds and a 20- year-old.

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Dozens of sites across Nottingham have been earmarked for new homes.

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The Government wants more than 16,500 new homes built in the city

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by 2026. City councillors will be discussing the proposed sites over

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the coming weeks. Some of the housing developments will also

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include shops and other businesses. A director at Leicester City

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Council has been suspended on full pay whilst an internal

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investigation takes place. It's understood Kim Curry, the Strategic

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Director for Adults and Communities was relieved of her duties

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yesterday. East Midlands Today has learnt that

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the investigation centres on allegations made by senior members

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of staff within her team. Victoria Hicks joins us now from our

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newsroom in Leicester. What more can you tell us? Well, this evening

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I've learnt that the complaints centre on Kim Curry's management

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style and have been made by senior members within her team. The

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council says that this will be in - - independent investigation. Whilst

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it is under way, it means another member of the senior management

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team at Leicester City Council will take over Kim's key

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responsibilities in the short term. This is a neutral investigation, it

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does not imply guilt. That is why she is suspended on full pay. She

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is one of six so-called strategic directors, work under the de --

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chief executive, and her department provides adult social services for

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carers and older people in Leicester. She has been in post for

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more than 2 1/2 years. The council have -- want to deal with this

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situation within weeks. It is keen to look avoid a situation like De

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They are rare first-hand insight into the dangerous world of dance

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culture now. This man went to jail for dealing drugs and carrying a

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gun. Now he has been recruited by a youth project in Derby.

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Our social affairs correspondent reports from the Enthusiasm Centre.

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This is had his first proper job after seven years in jail. He is

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determined to show he has turned his back on gang culture but it has

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taken a lot of courage to speak about it publicly because he still

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have a kind of lifestyle that most of us used to see in the movies.

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decided to go into town for a drink and something happened in town. I

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ran off and hid the gun and I got caught on camera. It is not worth

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it. His prison sentence was not enough to deter a spate of

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shootings in Derby. This is where it 15 the-year-old child was killed.

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The likelihood of me being involved in it was eight out of 10. I could

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have tried to defuse the situation, but I probably would have failed.

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Now he is involved in something much more positive. He is one of

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five but former gang members who have been given six-month contracts

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after passing police checks. His boss knows it is a risk. One of the

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other recruits has already been recalled to present to -- for

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breaching his licence. So a bit of think that a leopard never changes

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his spots. But I think that he admits he has made major mistakes

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and is now saying that he wants to do something positive and stop

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people making the same mistakes. is convinced that he made those

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mistakes because he did not have a father figure and turned do these

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breeds for role-models and stared. When I was selling drugs, I knew

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people spoke to me with fear because of what they thought I

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would do all those I was associated with. Now I can think that people

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do respect me. They are happy for me because I am trying to help

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their kids and prevent them from going down the same route.

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Next tonight, a this far surgeons in the East Midlands who perform

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laser surgery. Five key medical organisations have endorsed it as

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an alternative to radiotherapy for patients with small throat cancers.

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Iraq Derby hospital is the only NHS facility in these rhythms to carry

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out the procedure -- the Royal Derby Hospital -- in the East

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Midlands. For I prefer to be at home if I can. This man's throat

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cancer has left 10 losing his voice. She cannot understand me at times.

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I cannot answer the phone because people cannot understand me.

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Smoking is probably to blame, a habit started in haste in the 1960s

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before he was married and now he can regret it at leisure. I regret

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it but you cannot go back. Just have to go forwards to the future.

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This could be the future of one of throat cancer patients, laser

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surgery. His chin there is only millimetres that long. This is a

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picture of the voice box and you can clearly see the cancerous area.

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The high frequency laser-beam can effectively cut out to the tumour.

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This operation is a potential cure for throat cancer with the patient

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typically spending just one night in hospital. New guidelines for

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head and neck cancer endorsed by ear nose and throat specialists

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from across the UK now recommend for the first time this treatment

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for people with small throat cancers as an alternative to

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radiotherapy. Take up has been patchy but could improve with more

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awareness. A there is a perception among surgeons that with this

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report that the rate of laser receptions goes up in time. --

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laser wreak section. He cannot speak for 48 hours after surgery

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and normal speech may take up to six months to return.

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Incredible. It might have been warm and sunny for some of us but turn

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your thoughts to the possibility of another harsh winter on the horizon.

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Our three main county councils are already preparing for the worst by

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a stocking up on their reserves of gritting salt. Reserves ran low at

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times last year so this time around do they are taking no chances.

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Remember these scenes from last winter? Icy conditions brought

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misery and danger to our roads. In mid-September and with the clocks

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are yet to go back, steps are being taken to ensure that our region's

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Road East stay open. Leicestershire County Council already have 16,500

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tonnes of grit sold in their depots. Derbyshire have 14,000 tonnes with

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10,000 more on order. Nottinghamshire have 15,000 tonnes

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with 4000 more to be delivered. last couple of winters have been

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exceptional and we coped extremely well through those. We have the

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fault grit that we need for a full winter and should it be extremely

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bad, we will be in a position to order more. There is already 3500

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tonnes that this rip salt depot in new work. The county council

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believe that come the winter, they may need all of it. The last two

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winters have been exceptional. The early forecasts are for a cold snap

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at the beginning of the winter. We might end up with a mild winter, as

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they forecast last year. We have the sole, we have the grifters, the

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drivers have been recruited. -- we have the salt, we have the grifters.

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They are undergoing training for route familiarisation. All three

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county councils are confident that if the treacherous weather does

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return in the next few months, they are fully prepared.

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Nice to hear! Still to come, the fruit growers enjoying an

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unexpected windfall. The big freeze of last winter was

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followed by a stunning sprint and that has led to a very fruitful

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autumn in how what ought to and -- orchards.

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The strong winds have brought most of the apples out of the trees in

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my garden but the good news is that things are going to start to calm

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down. More weather for you at the end of the programme.

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In sport, let us go straight to Jeremy. Nathan Tyson could make his

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debut on Saturday. He looked sharp this afternoon in a friendly

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against Leicester City. Injury has prevented him playing senses

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transfers and he knows all about the emotion of the Derby. He was

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involved in a controversial flag- waving incident. Nigel Clough will

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decide on Friday whether he will make the squad for the bigger game.

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He may have scored but Derby went down to Leicester 3-2.

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Great news far a young Derby for a bowler whose career was threatened

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by a heart problems. This is the moment when 18-year-old Mark

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O'Brien could not believe it when he signed a new four-year contract.

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He has spent nearly a year out after major surgery but has played

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in every game so far this season. England's cricketers are riding

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high at the moment and nothing to stay at the top of world cricket. I

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donned up with a form of willow -- former world champion Pat Willows

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Sports Centre. Mike Gatting is here to see how the

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investment is being made in cricket at grassroots level. They have put

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about the dirty dozen pounds in two best to make it a nice experience

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for people -- �30,000. We have got new nets, likes, scoreboard, are

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changing whims completely modernised postop after a brilliant

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summer, England are now ranked No. 1 in Test cricket and they now aim

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to be ranked at number one at all levels of the game. It is about

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getting the young kids playing and getting the best coaches. They are

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at the top of the world in the men's and women's games. We were a

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number one first and it is always nice when we do something first and

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they catch up. We are still trying to get better and hopefully be

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number one again next year. Then a football-mad country, it is good to

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see youngsters who now dream of being Graeme Swann or Stewart broad.

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When you have got heroes like that, more kids come and play. It is so

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good to see how many children are playing now days. Stuart Broad is

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out of the start -- start of the tour of India with a torn shoulder

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injury. Very talented, you do not want to lose Stuart Broad, but it

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is a good situation for England. Are we going to see you in action?

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We will have to wait and see! I am a bit rusty at the moment. Have you

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got a fitness test to pass? I am unfit, I know that!

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The last games of the season of the outdoor cricket are taking place

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this evening. At Grace Road, Middlesex have overtaken

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Leicestershire. At the Oval, Surrey are looking a long way off at

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Derbyshire. We was show the Gulf -- goals tomorrow if they are any.

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It has been an unusually the air for farmers and growers in the East

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Midlands. A stunning sprint followed by his soggy summer has

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meant some challenging growing conditions.

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For one section of the agricultural community, the topsy-turvy weather

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has been pretty good news. The freak conditions mean it has been a

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bumper year for apples. Is it is a beautiful September

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morning with just a hint of autumn in the air here at Calke Abbey

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which means it is a perfect time for gathering up apples.

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That is exactly what to be a volunteer team has been doing

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rather earlier than usual. Particularly yesterday, apples were

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flying all over the place and we were trying to gather the windfalls

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and keep them by variety but you could not because they had

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travelled so far and they have all got muddled up. Autumn storms a

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part, it has been a superb summer apple growing. April and May worked

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really nice and warm said that got everything moving early. The

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harvest is fantastic. It might not be as welcome, but the unusual

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weather has meant another bumper crop as well, spiders. Fritz and

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apples have done really well but also insects have done really well.

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-- Fritz and apples. It has not been too hot nor too wet and has

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been great for insects including spiders. It is not always a bad

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thing. A hundred years ago, the housemaids app Calke Abbey would

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have been flat at with the cobwebs. You can do anything with apples,

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sups with it, starters, main course, you can make chutney, sweeps. You

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name it, you can do it. Whether you take the healthy option of

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something slightly less good for you, the weather this summer has

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meant a bumper crop. Are we clear because this is too

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That is the happiest he has looked for weeks!

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It has fantastic gathering the apples from the trees. Some good

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news when it comes to the winds, it is going to die down. Thank you for

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this photo from Melton Mowbray. We have seen a few showers through the

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afternoon and we still have the odd one or two with us at the moment.

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This evening, we will gradually see the showers diminishing. There is

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more rain on the way. It is weakening as it works its way down

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the country. It is just reaching parts of Derbyshire and the North

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Nottinghamshire. It could produce the odd shower by the early hours

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of the morning. Minimum temperatures of 11 degrees. First

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thing tomorrow morning, the best of any sunshine in the south and east.

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The weather front is trying to work its way southwards, increasing the

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cloud cover and producing the odd shower in the north. Maximum

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temperature of 18 degrees tomorrow. In the afternoon, the winds will

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start to ease. A choir tonight tomorrow night but the downside

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will be that the temperatures are soon going to drop. Minimum of six

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degrees tomorrow night, much colder feel to the night. A cold September

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morning on Thursday. It should be a mainly dry day and there will be

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some sunshine. By Friday, it will be changing a bit with some more

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rain in the north. That will increase the cloud over us. By the

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weekend, it will be quite showery and windy.

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