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This is East Midlands Today with Anne Davies and me, Dominic Heale.

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Our top story tonight - the soccer thugs who won't be at tomorrow's

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big local derby. Police arrest a number of suspected

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hooligans to prevent a repeat of scenes like this. The message is

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that if you go to football and are involved in disorder, expect to be

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arrested on the day. Is the Bombardier factory acquit to

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save itself? You may think it is made with

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grapes from South Australia, but who knows what is in this fake wine

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from North Nottinghamshire? I know what I like, and I really

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like these Damien Hirsts in the starting sculpture exhibition in

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the gardens of Chatsworth House. Good evening. Welcome to Friday's

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programme. First tonight - police are cracking down on football-

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related violence ahead of this weekend's big game between

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Nottingham Forest and Derby County. This week, several people were

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arrested after violence broke out in Nottingham city centre at the

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start of the season. Sarah Teale is at the City Ground now. Sarah.

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Yes, I'm here in the control room behind the scenes at Nottingham

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Forest where staff and police can monitor the crowds. Inside the

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ground genuine fans are determined to enjoy the game peacefully. But

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it's outside the ground where a small number of so-called fans are

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intent on causing trouble. It's that kind of behaviour which the

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police say they won't tolerate. Officers have been out on dawn

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raids this week rounding up the troublemakers ahead of tomorrow's

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big game. Paul Bradshaw was with 1pm. Nottingham city centre on a

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Saturday afternoon. As families shop, a group of thugs attack rival

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fans in a pub. It is the first day of the football season and the

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Forest casual contingent are intent on causing trouble. They can

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clearly be seen goading Barnsley supporters inside, before one of

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them picks up the billboard, and hurls it. One month later, those

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same fans are being rounded up by police. This week, police are

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carrying out a series of dawn raids on homes of the trouble makers.

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When they are not at home, they tracked them down to their

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workplace. This is organised disorder. We also saw problems

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during the game with Leicester. While the game was going on at 4

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o'clock in the afternoon, a few miles away from the ground, 20

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Forest and 20 Leicester fans were involved in disorder in the eastern

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town centre. This is organised disorder. We do not have many

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problems and that is why we want to keep on top of it and make arrests.

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This follows weeks of intelligence gathering. Police officers are

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given details of the 11 suspects during an early-morning briefing.

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Hours later they are in custody. Also recovered, books, calling

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cards and badges, carrying the name of the Forest casual contingent.

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The police say they are determined to track down anyone involved in

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football-related disorder and they say this is where they will end up.

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So it's been a busy week ahead of tomorrow's game. 14 people have now

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been arrested in total. And the police stress that more arrests

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will follow. Well, with me now is Superintendant Mark Holland, who we

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saw in that report. Mark tell me more about the Forest casual

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contingent. They seem like a very well organised gang. We are trying

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to make sure they do not become more organised. We have less than

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one arrest per game throughout all of the Games in Nottinghamshire. We

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have been on the front for it in this fixture. This disorder occurs

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away from the ground, so we want to nip it in the bud. That is why we

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have gathered the evidence after the Barnsley game and these people

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have been arrested. They are on bail conditions and they cannot

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attend the game. We will be seeking to prosecute them and get them on

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lengthy banning orders. At this time of budget cuts, having to

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police games like this costs time and money and you probably want to

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avoid it. It has always been our overall strategy to reduce policing

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at football and we are succeeding. Every year we have fewer police

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officers at games. About half do not have any police. We are making

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sure that we are on the front for it, and having police officers out

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with family liaison, meeting the fans on the day, then we can put

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police officers into the community and on the street, where the

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taxpayer wants them to be. Fans have been banned from the vicinity,

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the people you have arrested. Have you done enough to prevent violence

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this weekend? We still have reasonable numbers of police

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officers on. Derby police officers are coming across, and we have a

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reciprocal agreement when Forest play Derby. It will be a passionate

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game and people need to enjoy it and not get too excited. If people

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want to get involved in disorder and organised disorder, away from

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the ground and at the ground, we will get them on the day or we will

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prosecute them afterwards. The club itself has said that they will

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assist the police in everything that they need to do to make sure

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that this game is peaceful for genuine fans. They will ban anyone

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caught up in the disorder. All of that aside, the only thing that the

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real football fans worry about is the match itself. Full analysis of

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that is coming up in the sport with Colin. We can see him down by the

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pitch. It is the kind of game that makes headlines on the pitch. Two

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teams with different form coming into this game, but you can check

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that out of the window when it comes to Forest against Derby. All

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of the build up in a few minutes, right here.

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Next tonight - there could be further bad news for workers at

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Derby-based Bombardier. The BBC has learned that the company isn't

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currently capable of carrying out an upgrade on cross-country trains.

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And that's work which the Government had suggested could save

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jobs there. Angelina Socci reports. It has already been a long fight to

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try to save up to 1400 jobs at this site in Derby. This week, a glimmer

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of hope, after the Government announced there may be a potential

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contract to upgrade existing cross- country trains. But there is a

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catch. The carriages would need to be made out of steel, which the

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Derby factory is not currently equipped to build. The trains

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running out of this plant of aluminium. Instead, the design

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could be carried out in the city, but manufactured in Belgium. It is

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possible that the bodies could be built up their basic level. They

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would be shiny, not painted, welded together, they could come across

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the North Sea and go to Derby for most of the work to be done on them

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there. That is the fitting out, the painting, the equipment, the wheels

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underneath being fitted. That is the majority of the work and it

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could come to Derby. But Bombardier are not promising that could be the

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case. The Department of Transport anticipates that if the book

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proceeds, it could largely be delivered in the UK and would

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safeguard jobs at Bombardier if they won. They said that how that

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happens is a matter for Bombardier. They say they have not decided how

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the work would be done if they won the contract.

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In other news tonight, an internal investigation by Leicestershire

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Police after the deaths of Fiona Pilkington and her daughter has

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found that misconduct was not proven in the cases of four of its

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officers. In May, the Independent Police Complaints Commission

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recommended there was a case to answer. But the force's Misconduct

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Panels have concluded that failings on an organisational level were to

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blame. A man's pleaded guilty to the

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manslaughter of a cricket fan who was in Nottingham to watch a Test

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match at Trent Bridge. The city's Crown Court heard that Jacob Dunne,

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who's 19 and from The Meadows, punched James Hodgkinson during an

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unprovoked attack in the Old Market Square. He fell and sustained

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serious head injuries. Dunne will be sentenced in November.

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Another batch of fake booze has been found in the East Midlands.

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This time it was at a convenience store in North Nottinghamshire

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where counterfeit wine was seized. The bottles of fake Jacob's Creek

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have now been sent away for testing. As Kylie Pentelow reports it was

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the labels which helped raise the alarm.

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It is a wine is synonymous with Australia, cultivated in the

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sunshine. But it is not likely that the contents of this bottle of

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Jacob's Creek ever touched the vines of South Australia. In fact,

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there may be no great sin it at all. The clue is on the back. -- no

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grapes in it. Can you see the mistake? The quality of the

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labelling. They might seem white, yellowed, put on wonky. There are

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some typing mistakes, including the misspelling of the word Australia.

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That is a bigger giveaway. genuine bottle of Jacob's Creek

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cost about �8, and the duty on that his two pounds 50. If you see a

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bottle in the shop for less than that, who knows what might be in it.

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This shop has got it right. But fake wines are still costing the

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owner. Most of the time, illegal products are being sold below what

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we can retail at. That is damaging to our business and it detracts

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from what we are trying to do, which is sell a genuine product at

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a genuine price. This is the first time trading standards officers

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have found dodgy wine in this area. Spirits like what they are normally

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the favourites with fakers. -- vodka or. Devizes to check the

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label and make sure you are buying the genuine product. -- is the

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advice is. Earlier, I spoke to Gavin Partington, from the Wine and

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Spirits Trade Association, who explained that fake booze is not

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only cheap - it can be dangerous. There is a risk to people's health,

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potentially, because the product is not being properly produced in most

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cases, and is probably sub-standard and could have a health risk. This

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is where the Food Standards Agency step in and should be concerned,

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quite rightly. Trading standards will report the matter to them and

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ask them to tested. The legitimate companies that produce these

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products often stop in end help the authorities identify the nature of

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the products that have been seized. We should be concerned about this.

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I can assure you that it is a major concern for the trade and the trade

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is doing everything it can to work with the authorities to stamp it

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out. You can get fake everything these days. Criminals become ever

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more inventive. Can the authorities ever wipe it out? You can never get

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rid of it completely. There has been criminal activity in the

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alcohol area for some years. One of the factors has to be the levels of

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taxation, which in this country have made it an attractive area for

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criminals. They believe that they can make quite a lot of money by

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avoiding duty and selling counterfeit products to retailers

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that will take it. We urge retailers not to buy into this

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because it is no good for them and their customers in the long run. It

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is better to deal with legitimate producers and suppliers and we urge

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customers to be vigilant. If the offer looks too good to be true, it

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probably is. Thank you. Next tonight, the multi-million-

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pound decontamination plant designed to ensure the safe

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cleaning and sterilisation of millions of surgical instruments.

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It officially opened today in Leicester to serve the city's NHS

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hospitals. It follows the increasing focus in the health

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service on infection control and the need to bring ageing facilities

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up to modern day standards. Our Health Correspondent Rob Sissons

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has been taking a look. They can go through 15,000 reusable

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surgical incidents every day at Leicestershire's NHS hospitals.

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That is a lot of washing up. The decontamination process is

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complicated, tightly regulated, and now based at Synergy's state-of-

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the-art plant. Dirty items can be washed by hand, but there it gets

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high tech. We have specialist equipment which washes and cleans

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the instruments. Then the instruments are put into this

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purpose-built clean room, where we have technicians, they reassemble

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the trays, put them back into the right set, make sure they are fit

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for purpose for the surgeons. clean over 100,000 surgical

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instruments every week here. Nothing leaves this room until it

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has been sterilised. And that involves steam temperatures of one

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and 30 degrees Celsius. What is happening here is that the surgical

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plays are being wrapped and inserted into trollies. This is all

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part of organisation following concerns from scientists that the

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human form of mad cow disease could have been passed by surgical

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instruments to humans. Provision of health care is a moving story.

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Increasingly, the evidence began to suggest that we needed to spend

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more time focusing on quality assurance of repairing instruments

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for surgery. People are uneasy about involvement of the private

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sector in the NHS, but supporters say this brings the best of both

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worlds together. International, specialist expertise, and one of

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the busiest acute hospital trusts. Five new cases of a mystery bug

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which affects pets have been reported in Nottinghamshire in the

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past fortnight. Ten dogs have died over the past two years in areas

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including Sherwood Forest, Clumber Park and Blidworth Woods. Dog

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owners are being asked to keep a close eye on their pets as the

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county council intensifies its efforts to find the cause.

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The Lincolnshire Echo newspaper is to go from a daily to a weekly

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publication. The change will take place next month and the paper will

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be published every Thursday. It's been a daily for the past 118 years.

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The management says reading habits have changed and it needs to secure

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the paper's long term future. 118 years? Nearly as long as we have

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been here! Let's go back to the City ground.

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Here I am in the rain. It is coming down hard. That will do nothing to

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dampen the anticipation. For the fans of Forest and Derby this is

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the game of the season. The rivalry is so fierce it is the kind of

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fixture which splits families, friends and neighbours. East

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Midlands bragging rights are at stake and over the last few season

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 46 seconds

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these matches have been SO It's Derby Day. Nigel Clough has

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been there and done it. But as a manager, Nottingham Forest's Steve

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McClaren's getting his first experience of the game that means

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so much to both sets of supporters. Earlier today Angela went to find

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out how he feels just ahead of kick-off.

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Less than impressive start for the Reds this season with just one win

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in six games. But Derby Day could be the perfect pick me up for the

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fans. Last season's 5-2 drubbing can carry on and can restore some

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pride as well because results have not gone away. We always like to

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beat Derby. We are getting used to it now, anyway. Plenty of talking

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recent weeks about events of the pitch. Today are firm focus about

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what needs to happen on it. Expectations are that. We are at

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home. The fans expect and you have to deliver. Nothing but a

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wholehearted 110% performance will do. Steve McClaren knows about the

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rivalry with the Rams and he is relishing the game. Derby games are

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special. I can't really remember but I did play in a Nottingham

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Forest derby games at the Baseball Ground. I don't remember it but I

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do remember the atmosphere, electric. The importance of who

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wins and who gets the bragging rights. You spoke about playing for

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Derby and two assistant manager for some time. No problem with the

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losers? We want to win. It is about time we started winning. There will

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be a packed house at the city Ground for this eagerly-awaited

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fixture. The red end are hoping for something to kick-start their

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season. I know you can throw the form book

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out but the teams have had very different starts to the season.

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Just one victory in six for Forest but at Derby the team has won four

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out of the first six and there is a feeling of real togetherness.

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Inevitable, really, that Forest v Sailing, trips to the races, even

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bowling could be keen if Derby beat Forest tomorrow. We are constantly

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trying to do more things together as a team, as his squad. Not

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necessarily football-related. Anything we can do with the players

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to nurture team spirit. So team Derby are team bonding. It is one

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of the reasons why they are in the top six. Every single one of the

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lads get on with each other. Not anybody feels like they don't fit

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in. The team spirit is fantastic in every one of the lads and it is

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pulling in the right direction that keeps us at the top of the league.

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To win tomorrow they will need big characters like little striker

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Jamie Ward. He is passionate, and outspoken. I think a lot of people

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fall out with him. And he cannot wait for tomorrow. Hopefully we

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will go there and show our fans how good we are and we will give them a

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seeing to. That is fighting talk! Well, it has to be done before this

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game, really. Nathan Tyson will probably start on the bench. It is

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all about restoring pride after last season's 55 into defeat.

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Certainly very hurt and a bit embarrassed. -- 5-2 defeat.

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would be nice for the team to get a Inevitable that Forest against

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Derby would overshadow Leicester city but they have a huge game of

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their own. Manager Sven-Goran Eriksson told me he wasn't reading

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the papers that were speculating about his future. In any case,

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victory at home to unbeaten league leaders Brighton has the potential

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to completely transform how the football world sees the start to

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Leicester's season. They are rebuilding the inside of

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Leicester City's training venue. Like the team, the guards are being

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ripped out in the name of improvement. At least bits of

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buildings do not have to learn to work with each other. Players that

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have stormed one of the toughest and most competitive leagues in the

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world, it may be a bit naive. is the issue, a ropey start to say

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the least. Already, extraordinarily paper talk about the manager's

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position. It is football, isn't it? It is not the first time and it

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will not be the last time and you have to live with it. If you are

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not up to expectation, the manager is always the big question point.

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They are managing to have fun here and Sol Bamba is not getting

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anything not his confidence. I like to play and it will be an open game

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and we had to get some points. could be two wins and two draws by

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tomorrow afternoon, which would be promotion form.

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Don't forget that also playing this weekend are Notts County, looking

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for a fourth game unbeaten at Stevenage. Leicester Tigers travel

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to Newcastle Falcons and hope to kick-start their season there.

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Nottingham Rugby actually play tonight, just across the Trent from

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here at Meadow Lane. Still time to get there. And the Panthers have an

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away road trip - two games in Scotland.

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Back here at the City Ground, it's all about one fixture. For many

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fans on both sides it's all important. And if you haven't got a

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ticket we can offer you the next best thing to being here - full

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live commentary on both BBC Radio Derby and BBC Radio Nottingham.

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It's not to be missed. As we pointed out at the start, there is

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always drama. Indeed! And sometimes rain.

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Fantastic. Now, what do you know about

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sculpture? If the answer's not a lot, then Chatsworth House may be

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the place for you. A striking new exhibition in the gardens has just

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opened featuring the work of leading European, American and

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Asian artists including the controversial Damian Hirst. James

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Roberson has been for a look round. From a distance, they look like

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conventional sculptures, but these two horses are by Damien Hirst, so

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close inspection reveals, yes, the muscles inside, to show how wings

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really fit on a horse and horns on unicorns. This one is amazing. It

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is made out of one piece of marble. The whole perception distorts.

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the head is really narrow! really looks like there is a giant

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buried in the ground. It looks like they have jumped into the pond

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behind. We have 26 pieces of sculpture, more than ever before.

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It is fantastic again this year. They are so fascinating, the detail.

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I also like the Sculpture behind us, the Queen of polka-dot. And it is

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so vibrant. We have got Sculpture tours twice a day with our guides

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which are free of charge. Visitors can walk round and get really

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inspired. The show was put in by Sotheby's

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and takes one year to organise. Many of these pieces have not been

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seen before. They range, like Chatsworth's own statues, from the

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realistic, to the representational, to the frankly abstract. They may

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be by a world famous artists like The show is included within the

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normal garden of mission and runs Very impressive. Quite a few

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buttons are sprinkled around! must make our way there

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immediately! -- bottoms. Colin is soaked up the football ground

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tonight! We should pay for his dry cleaning. We have had lots of

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showers but also a nice sunset. It was captured by Steve, thank you

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for that. Lot of nice colours. Tonight we have some showers with

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us but they will start to fizzle out. The rain in the North will

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pull a way to the North and we will see rain coming in. The cloud

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increases in the early hours of the morning and then the rain will put

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up from the South West. Light and temperature is not over the cold.

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10 to 11 will be the minimum. -- overnight temperatures not overly

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cold. Tomorrow will be showery. The majority of the showers will be

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confined to the North of the region. The further South, there will be

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sunshine but the odd shower as well. Daytime temperatures about 17, so

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temperatures come down a bit over the weekend. By the time we get to

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the early hours of Sunday morning, more rain to come. This band of

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rain will become showery and work towards the South East corner on

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Sunday. We also have a breezy weekend as well. Some of the

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showers will turn blustery as the weekend goes on and it will feel

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cool. There will be quite a change compared to what we have been used

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