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Dominic Heale and me, Anne Davies. Our top story tonight: don't call

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them riots. Aid chief constable tells MPs this was a violent

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disturbance. -- a chief constable. It is about accuracy and making

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sure that we are proportion it. Also tonight: I am with the police

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operation targeting matter of theft in Nottinghamshire.

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Plus the 999 calls that have got the police spitting feathers.

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your partner has gone missing? my parrot. Your parrot?!

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And meet the Super potatoes from Welcome to Thursday's programme.

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First tonight, Nottinghamshire's Chief Constable has told MP's that

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last month's disorder in Nottingham shouldn't be referred to as a riot.

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Julia Hodson denied she was downplaying what happened in order

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to protect the city's reputation. She said it was more accurate to

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describe it as a violent disturbance.

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In a moment some surprising facts about the people arrested during

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the violence but first from Westminster here's our Chief News

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On its own figures, Nottinghamshire police estimated a group of up to

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40 police station -- 40 people attack this police station with a

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petrol bombs. So it was on this basis that the chief constable told

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the owner says select committee it should not be called a riot but a

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violent disturbance. terminology and the description

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riot can be Dommett -- damaging for many years. The confidence of the

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community... It is a presentation issue? It is about accuracy and

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making sure that we are proportion it. Her a gold commander took issue

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with the premises criticism that across the country they should have

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been more officers on the streets, insisting the rioters were

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contained in Nottingham. If we did not half -- we did not have people

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at the end of the road wishing to vent their anger which dictated

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different tactic. At the time, social media networks had been

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blamed for allowing the rioters to mobilise. Representatives from

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Twitter, Facebook and others argued they were a force for good. Several

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chief constables agreed. Did they accept any responsibility? The use

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of social media was used for malicious purposes. Our demographic

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range is from FTSE 100 companies to 30 % of 20 euros and below. That

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means for mobile phone of choice is a blackberry for youthful stop

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Julian Hodgson told the MPs that of the 125 arrested so far, 71 % had

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previous convictions. She said policing the riots had coursed --

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cost �1.2 million. At a time of cuts, she called for the government

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to meet those costs. Well, today it emerged that around half of those

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arrested for the trouble in Nottingham have already appeared in

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court. New figures from the Ministry of

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Justice show about a third of them were children. Kylie Pentelow can

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tell us more. This is the most notorious case

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they've dealt with so far. An 11- year-old girl who was charged with

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criminal damage offences. We can't name her because she is so young.

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And this is Amed Pell, the teenager admitted that he used Facebook to

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encourage others to join the riots in Nottingham. He sent messages via

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the social networking site to more than 2,000 people. It earned him

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almost three years in jail. The trouble only went on for a couple

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of nights. So far 64 people have appeared in Nottingham's courts. 54

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of them are charged with violent disorder. Four others are accused

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of burglaries that were linked to last month's trouble. Most of them

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are still going through the legal system. We are now in the position

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where we are dealing with a more complex cases, which are being

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committed to the Crown Court, where we are preparing the evidence,

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cases, and getting ready for trials. They will take place in and course

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of the next few months. -- in the course of the next few months. And

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today more details emerged about Nottingham's suspected

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troublemakers. The 64 who've appeared in court so far are all

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under 40 years of age. Almost three quarters of them had previous

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convictions. And more than 20 were children.

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A Muslim student who was arrested as a terror suspect, has received

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an apology from Nottinghamshire police and a payout of �20,000.

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Rizwaan Sabir had downloaded the Al Qaeda Training Manual for a PhD

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study into counter-terrorism. Our Social Affairs Correspondent,

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Jeremy Ball, reports. It was the terrorism inquiry that

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prompted these protests at the University of Nottingham. It all

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started when the man downloaded the manual, US website and e-mail it to

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a friend who was helping him to draft his PhD proposal. They were

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both arrested but never charged with any terrorist offences.

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supervisors were insisting quite categorically that I was a

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legitimate academic research. It was disproportionate and over-

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zealous action taken by the university and the police and now I

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can proudly and happily say that some form of vindication has been

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achieved and my name has been cleared. Nottinghamshire police

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have agreed to pay him �20,000 in an out-of-court settlement. They

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don't accept his claim that it amounted to false imprisonment. The

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force has apologised for unlawfully stopping and searching him outside

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his home nine months later. misinformation was that I had a

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terrorist conviction which is frankly far from the truth. It had

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a damaging impact, especially when I was travelling. I hope that now

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the police have agreed to take office incorrect information, I can

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stop being of the subject of police harassment and can carry on with my

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life. Now he has moved away to another university after what he

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has described as a frightening experience here. But it is a

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personal experience that will form a valuable part of his dissertation

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on counter-terrorism. Still to come on the programme: midwives deliver

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some worrying news. Their association claims there's a

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midwife shortage and the safety of Last night we reported on the

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growing problem of electricity cable thefts, as the price of

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copper hovers near an all time high. We looked at a wind farm that had

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been targeted, as well as how a mile and a half of cable buried

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underground had been dug up and stolen.

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The police are concerned that the copper from thefts like these is

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being bought and sold by disreputable scrap dealers. So

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today Nottinghamshire Police raided one dealer to check if stolen

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metals were being processed. On the hunt for a pile of old junk

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but these officers are actually looking for valuables stolen goods

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in this scrapyard. New technology has made their job much easier.

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This is a piece of lead we have just recovered. As you can see, it

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is very bright, fluorescent under a month UV light. It makes metal

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identifiable. Her very fingerprint is unique. There are no two which

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are ever the same again. -- every from the print. We can trace this

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piece of metal back to where it came from cost stop the operation

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involved partner agencies such as BT and the Department of works and

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pensions. It is in response to a disturbing new trend in the county.

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In the past three years, metal theft has risen -- risen by 17 %.

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In the past 12 months, that has risen to 46 %, with a copper and

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lead being targeted the most. is a lot of cable here, a lot of it

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is clearly Network Rail property. It is identified as signalling

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which, when stolen, causes major delays that we have been suffering

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over the last few years. With not around the scrapyard and there are

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a number of items we suspect have been stolen. -- we have looked

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around. We have arrested the owner on suspicion of possession of

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criminal -- proper to. With new measures in place, people risk

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being caught and prosecuted. Mine rescue specialists from

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Nottinghamshire have travelled to South Wales to help free four

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trapped miners. The men are trapped beneath the

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surface of the Gleision Colliery near Swansea. Their would-be

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rescuers are from MRSL, a company based at Mansfield Woodhouse.

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Andrew Watson is a spokesman for the company. What's the latest news

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from your team at the mine? information we have got, there are

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four pumps operating in of the mind. We are beginning to see water

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levels dropping, allowing us to get people in. Are you going to get a

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mad? -- get them out. Yes, we hope to get into their pocket of air and

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bring them Mineworkers out. What are the main dangers facing your

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team? To be honest, we have trained for this repeatedly. We are very

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experienced and doing this. We have long duration apparatus which has

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the best available in the world. We have environmental monitors with

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every individual who needs it underground. We minimise the risk

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in that way. Our priority is actually to get to where the

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workers are and to do that we need to get the water out. We need to be

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careful what we are doing but potentially, we can move as quick

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as the water now. We will leave it there but the best of luck to your

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team. A man's in hospital following an

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attack in Derby. The 50-year-old was taken to the Royal Derby

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Hospital after being assaulted by four men. He'd been using his phone

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after his car broke down on Osmaston Road, not far from the

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Spider Bridge island. He sustained cuts and bruises after being beaten

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about the body and head. Emergency, which service? Now it's

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a message we've heard many times before, people who make hoax or

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just plain ridiculous 999 calls to the emergency services, are putting

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lives at risk. Now, Leicestershire Police say

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they're pleased that a man who made over 1,400 nuisance calls to them

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over three years has been brought before the courts.

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But the emergency services say people still need to be educated

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that they should not ring 999 if their toenail is falling off or

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because they've lost their parrot! Another emergency call, it could be

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life-or-death. But many of these real calls the emergency services

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take, are blocked by nuisance calls. Shares Cotterell Tote -- told me

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about a man calling himself Captain chaos who made many calls are.

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individuals like him, they will be seen by the courts. He served a

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week imprisoned. But the emergency services also receive thousands of

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downright daft calls. You are free to Leicestershire police emergency.

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By Parrott has gone missing. -- my East Midlands Ambulance Service

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also receives inappropriate calls. Somebody who has injured their

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ankle and called two weeks after that asking for an ambulance, or a

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patient who stabbed their toe and then Mail has fallen off. We

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occasionally get ridiculous ones such as the individual who ran up

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wanting to perform resuscitation on his kitchen. The service is free.

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For example, we get people wanting directory inquiries. The police

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hope the new and much -- non- emergency number available next she

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will cut the number of unnecessary calls. -- which will be available

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next year. Detectives have released CCTV footage of a man which shows

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him in the minutes before he was found with life threatening

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injuries. Yesterday morning, Jason Jelley,

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who's 30, suffered injuries to his head and face in Beaumont Leys in

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Leicester. Captured on CCTV yesterday morning

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at his garage, but an hour later, the man arrived home with a life

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threatening injuries. Police have not worked out how he ended up in

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this condition. Having left home at 7:45am, he arrives at the garage 20

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minutes later. It is believed he then made his way back, possibly

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using a Strasbourg drive, before arriving at his house just after

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9am. This is where police believe Jason may have been injured. It is

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a cut through used by many people on their way to work of school.

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Officers hope that members of the public will be able to help them

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piece together exactly what happened. All day, officers have

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been carrying out house-to-house inquiries. We are treating it as an

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isolated incident and as I say, he may have fallen, he may have been

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assaulted. We really don't know. I would like to reassure the public

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not to be frightened by what has happened here. A 26 year-old woman

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who was arrested in connection with the incident has been released with

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no further action. So far, police have not been able to speak to

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Jason, who remains in a serious condition in hospital. Officers are

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now hoping this footage would encourage any witnesses to come

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forward. Plans by the government to cut

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legal aid are to be opposed by Nottingham City Council. The

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Nottingham Law Centre, which provides free legal advice to

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thousands of people every year, faces closure as a result of the

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cuts. But the council say losing the service would mean more

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problems for the region in the long term. It is a form of early

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intervention. It says state money. It is not a dead weight on the

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state in any way. It is safe -- self-defeating way to save money to

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cut legal aid in this way. It will harm these people and quite

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significantly. The Peak District National Park

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Authority says that action is needed now to prevent more

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wildfires in Derbyshire. Climate experts are warning that moorland

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in the Peak District is in real danger due to the hotter, drier

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weather being predicted for future years. Firefighters from across the

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UK and Europe have gathered at a conference in Buxton today to

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examine ways to reduce the risk. Nottingham has won a Gold Award in

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the East Midlands in Bloom competition. It took top honours in

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the best large city category, getting a special award for the

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city centre floral sculpture trail. The judges also admired the

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renovation of the cascade at Highfields Park carried out by

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offenders. The win was Nottingham's first in the competition after a

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four year absence. If you're having a baby in the East

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Midlands are you at risk? There are claims tonight that the region has

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one of the worst shortages of midwives in the country.

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The Royal College of Midwives says 600 more are needed to ensure women

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here get the care they need. But the NHS insists safety always comes

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first. More than 55,000 babies were born

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in our region last year, up nearly a quarter since 2001. The Royal

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College of midwives argues 600 more midwives are needed. We have been

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lobbying health ministers to invest in maternity services, so that

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women have true choice, access to midwives and one-to-one care.

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college says the ratio should be one or two every 2830. -- one or

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two every 28 births. You can end up with a poor continuity of

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information and Paul individualised care. Nancy is one day old. Nine

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months after Christmas and the New Year, September has the highest

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number of birds. Even in these tough times, maternity has been

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prioritised. With the birth rate going up, they are taking on the

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equivalent of an extra 20 full-time midwives in Leicester. They will

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start work next month. For more people of Iraq to help, the better.

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-- the more people there are to help, the better. We have only

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close to three times and that has been for short periods, when

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activity is very, very bad. Otherwise, so we have two sides and

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they are not always busy together, so we can transfer activity.

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Department of Health says a record numbers of people entered training

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less Gia and says women should expect and always get safe care. --

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entered training last year. Still to come on the programme: that

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condor moment. No, not a cigar, but a huge Condor

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potato grown by a man who's a giant There is no way of following that

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really! Starting with an interesting bit of to and fro

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between Derby and Leicester over the Foxes former captain Matt

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Oakley. There had been strong suggestions that Oakley would be

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leaving Leicester to go back to Derby on loan. But Foxes manager

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Sven Goran Eriksson says that's not happening, yet.

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A it has been talked about for a long time. -- it has been talked

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about. I'm sure he has had some offers and when he wants to leave,

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he will come to us quickly. He hasn't done so. I don't think it is

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for the moment serious. They have signed off their

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miserable four-day season by watching Middlesex win the Second

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Division. At Trent Bridge, Nottinghamshire crumbled against

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Sussex this morning as they hand on the champions' mantle.

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Some of the worlds best swimmers have begun their road to 2012 by

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camping in Derbyshire. From now till next summer we'll be with the

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Loughborough squad preparing for the London Games. So we bring you

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some of the cream of British swimming, and their dogs, as you've

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never seen them before. So, whose idea was it to go camping

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in the windiest week of the year? To take some of the best swimmers

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away from their comforts? Give me a five-star hotel! Here is the man

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responsible. I am questioning my idea right now. But his methods

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seem to be working. We will be running, biking, community --

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canoeing and so on. They have returned with a string of personal

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bests and a gold medal. To actually retain my title was phenomenal for

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me. Now it is all about taking those performances to London 20

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12th. We are finally in the last year, the last cycle leading up to

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it. This camp is a lot of fun but it is putting us in the right

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direction. We cannot wait. One of their campaign challenges was raft

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of building and racing, a world away from the routine of swimming

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up and down a call for hour upon hour. You sometimes get stuck in a

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rut so it is good to get away from that within used to them this --

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with a new stimulus. Amongst the most competitive is Fran Halsall.

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Beside an injury disrupted season, she was a fraction of a second away

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from two medals. She once more from London. I came 4th which will give

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me extra drive and passion to want to win next year. I've also done a

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time that has run to the high enough to get a medal next year.

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All in all, I don't think it could have gone better really for me.

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is not just the swimmers, lots have dogs. They love them. With a

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routine that leaves them free for several hours during the day, they

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are unimportant part of their lives. We have loads of time during the

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day so it is good to take them out for a walk. They can have a laugh

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with you as well. Many years of relentless training are behind them.

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The long road is nearing its end. Dogs and babies, I'm sorted! Or

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vegetables... Is biggest always best? It is if you're Peter

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Glazebrook from Nottinghamshire. His vegetables are enormous.

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Onions, cabbages, you name it he can supersize them. But there's one

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exhibit he's particularly proud of. A world beating spud that weighs in

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at almost a stone. In a suntrap, this is Peters grow

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your own dream and he likes to do it in a big way. He has spent the

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last 15 years making his vegetables super sized and he has certainly

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succeeded with this, a world record-breaking Super aspired.

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Weighing a staggering �11, it is heavier than the average baby but

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the previous world record holder will not mind. -- 11 pounds. I have

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been scratching around, looking at what has grown. I was surprised

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just how large it was. You can only see the tops of the potatoes

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normally but when I released it, there was a great lump of potato

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underneath. When I weighed it I was amazed. Peter knows his onions.

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About a very large vegetables, he is an expert. The cut the size of

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these cabbages. Having prised vegetables like this can cause a

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problem. The big challenge is how to get it to the show because I am

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taking it 100 miles tomorrow and have got to get it into the back of

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the estate car. As it stands, it is wiser than the car! I stopped

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growing pumpkins because I could no longer lift them. What about a hot

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potato? What will he do with this colossal variety? At the moment, it

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is being kept a lookout. It will not be used again. We may eat it

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later. I guess I've got my work cut out. Still, it will make a few

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chips! We've not been getting much rain

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over the last few weeks but very few showers on their way. First, a

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rather nice sunrise picture captured by Kevin, first thing.

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Thank you for that, Kevin. We've got a lot of cloud with us now. It

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started off well first thing but the cloud has increased this

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afternoon. It is starting to break but we will stay mainly cloudy

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overnight. We will start to see a few showers coming in by the early

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hours of the morning but not as cold as last night. A minimum

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temperature of 11 Celsius. It means that tomorrow will be a cloudy

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start first thing and we will see further showers on and off

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throughout the day on Friday. Maybe the odd little bit of brightness as

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well but the wind continues come from the south-east. It will be

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reasonable one that comes to their daytime temperatures. A maximum of

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20 Celsius for tomorrow afternoon. If you have any plans this weekend,

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it will become quite windy once again. Not as windy as last weekend.

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Low-pressure is sitting to the north of Scotland but it will make

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it blustery at times. A few showers around on Saturday although the

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showers for Saturday will be more widely spaced. There will be if

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you're on Sunday as well. Those showers will work their way into

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the afternoon. We will see their skies brightening on Sunday and the

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breeze will ease off. It will still be in general a blustery weekend.

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As we start of next week, low- pressure is hanging around. It will

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control the weather, giving us a showery start to Monday with

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