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This is East Midlands Today. Tonight, the horrifying failings of

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a police force which did not protect a victim of domestic

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violence. Casey Brittle contacted the

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Nottinghamshire force 11 times but was murdered by her ex-boyfriend.

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There is no excuse for an up-to- date policy not been in existence

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at all times. They first bought first-time buyers,

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5% deposits courtesy of a council. Hopefully next year we could have

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our own house. Plus a cut begets the two-star

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Michelin treatment in a top restaurant. This is the sort of

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place I always hoped I would get an opportunity to work in.

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And at Steve Cotterill will be here taking charge of Forest for the

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first time tonight. I will be back Good evening.

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First tonight, Nottinghamshire Police have apologised for failing

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to protect a woman who had made a string of complaints about domestic

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violence. Casey Brittle was beaten to death by her violence ex-

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boyfriend last October. Today the IPCC released a damning

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report on the case. From this happy smiling photo you

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would never guess that Casey Brittle was terrified. The police

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knew how badly she was being abused because they had been asked to help

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her 11 times. It is two years since she made her first 999 call to

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report a number of assaults. She told the police she was too

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frightened to take it further. Other people have also made

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complaints about her ex-boyfriend and the police got one report that

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he had head-butted Casey in public and was heard threatening to kill

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her and shook her mother and grandmother. Tragically, it was not

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enough to protect her and she was murdered on 6th October last year.

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A horrific crime but hardly a surprise. It was shocking to the

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extreme. So traumatic. It was almost unreal. For that, I am

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deeply sorry because dealing with domestic abuse probably his murder

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prevention. Today those mistakes prompted stinging criticism in this

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official report. The Independent police plaints -- Independent

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Police Complaints Commission said that the officers should have

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blocked abuse and that there were systemic failings in the way they

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dealt with the abuse and most stopping the of all, the force had

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not made changes recommended a whole year before Casey's death.

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That was after they looked into a similar case involving a victim

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called Gail Hadhili. This force fully accepts that the policy they

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had was not fit for purpose. Bowe was identified to them as a result

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of our Gail Hadhili investigation. They wear in the process of

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updating the policy and the recommendations we have made have

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not been implemented. There is no excuse for an up-to-date advice

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policy not been in existence at all times. Nottinghamshire Police are

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determined to learn the lessons from the tragedy. These officers

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were watching a graphic film about domestic abuse to date as part of a

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hard hitting training programme that is being given to everyone who

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works for the force. What we have got to remember is that two to

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three women are killed each week by domestic violence and until it

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happens we do not realise the risks that some women and families living

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in domestic violence are in. Casey Brittle's mother is helping to

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train the police took spot domestic violence. She described her

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daughter as beautiful, ambitious and front. She says Casey's mother

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-- she says Casey's death has left her with a lingering sense of loss.

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Paul Broadbent is with us now. Sister and -- systemic and

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horrifying failures, it does not get much worse than this. No, it

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doesn't. At a conduct and behaviour collectively is completely

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inexcusable and I have made public and private apologies. Casey's mum

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has been an inspiration to us in the way she has handled it and is

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working with our officers. Do you think Nottinghamshire Police could

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have saved her life? We will never know and the IPCC report also

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pointed out that we will never know if actions we could have taken

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could have saved Casey's life. What we do know is that we should have

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done much more than we did. IPCC also said that there were no

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excuses that -- no excuses for the recommendations after the Gail

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Hadhili's case not being implemented. We were incredibly

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slow to learn from past experience. We have now put processes, policies

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and procedures in place that are robust in the extreme as you and

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the public would expect to make sure that nothing like this ever

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happens again. But, there was nothing in place, was there?

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Nothing in place between those two cases that was fit for purpose?

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Why? As I said, we were slow to react to the situation and the way

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things had gone and had been allowed to meander along. That is

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no longer the case. There is a firm grip in the organisation about what

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should be done to prevent domestic abuse and to investigate it once it

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has happened. Precisely what has been done? What is in place? There

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is an extensive training package which includes the DVD that has

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been referred to earlier. There is a strong policy. There is

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governance in place from top to bottom which includes personal

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accountability on a day basis for risk assessment of incidents

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attended that goes right through the organisation to make sure there

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is a strong and relentless grip on managing effectively and preventing

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domestic abuse, which is murder prevention. You have publicly

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declared that you want to be the best performing force in the

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country by 2015. That is a major setback? It is indeed but what we

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need to do and what we have done is learnt better, hard and long

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lessons from this to make sure it never happens again -- learn a

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bitter lessons. Later in the programme, claims that

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thousands of homes are being rushed through on green belt land. It is

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crazy that they should build on land that is absolutely superbly

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A man has been charged with murdering a 29-year-old Richard

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Ziemacki in Derby city centre. Richard Ziemacki who was fund had a

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son died after being assaulted outside Greggs on the Cornmarket in

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the early hours of Sunday. Dozens of floral tributes have been left

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at the scene. Karl Wayte who is from a but the Burton area and his

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23 has been remanded in custody until Thursday.

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Research by missing Derby woman is back on in Italy. Glenys Turner

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from Mackworth went on holiday to Lake Como but she has not been seen

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for more than a week. The search of a was called off for a time because

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the police ran out of resources. Now divers are searching the late

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to try to find a. Nottingham City Council has agreed

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to change its academic year from three testified. Summer holidays

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will be reduced to four weeks. They believe it will improve educational

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standards and attendance. The change will be introduced from

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September the 2013. It has been claimed that plans to

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build thousands of new homes on green belt land in East Midlands

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are being deliberately rushed through to beat a change in the law.

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One of our MPs Broxtowe's Anna Soubry has warned of a danger of

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urban sprawl. It has been raised in Parliament.

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Is this the green belt under threat?

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The green belt was one of those great twentieth-century ideas after

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the Second World War to protect our green and pleasant land. Now in the

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East Midlands, is that I deal about to be consigned the to the history

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books? This land is part of the green belt

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to prevent urban sprawl between the cities of Nottingham and Derby. It

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is protected land to safeguard communities from losing their

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identity to over-development. But it has now been earmarked for some

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of the 4000 new homes that Broxtowe council wants to build on green

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belt to meet growing demand. It is controversial. We are very worried

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that we are going to lose our last bit of green belt. That is the

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first thing. Lots of other issues, the road is extremely busy now. 800

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homes will add about 1600 cars extract. Plus the triumph over the

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other side. There will be �1.400 car park spaces there. Not only is

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it green belt but it is very good quality agricultural land, probably

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the best agricultural land in Broxtowe. It is just crazy that

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they should build on land that is absolutely superb agricultural land.

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Today, MP Anna Soubry secured a parliamentary debate to raise her

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concerns about the threat to the green belt in Nottinghamshire.

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doing what Broxtowe is unfortunately doing, there is a

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real danger of their presumption in favour of development on our green

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belt which will mean that it will be completely wrong Wrobel to over-

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keen that developers -- vulnerable. The government values the green

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belt highly and it is an essential planning to will to prevent urban

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sprawl and its retention is a coalition agreement essential.

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The government says that 30 green- belt sites are now under threat,

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many of them in the East Midlands. Why would some councils want to

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rush through some of these developments? Let us take Broxtowe

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and as an example. It says it needs to build over the next 15 up to 18

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years, over 6000 homes. To meet that local demand, if it would

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prefer to build those houses on so- called brownfield sites but there

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are not enough available. That is why it is having to look at its

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green belt. Another factor too is that from next April the

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government's localism Bill becomes law. That gives local communities

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much bigger power over where these housing developments it should be

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and how many houses should be built. Some of our local councils are very

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sceptical about this new piece of legislation. They think it will act

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as a block on some of the housing developments that they say we need

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on the next -- over the next few years. They say we need this house

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in more than ever before. More homes could be built on green

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belt land but will people be able to afford them? First-time buyers

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have complained for years that they cannot get onto the property ladder

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because the size of the deposit required is too big. Help is now on

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the way. A councillor Leicestershire has become the first

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in the country to join forces with their high street bank to offer

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cut-price deposits. Instead of relying on the Bank of mum and dad,

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first-time buyers and Blaby can get support from the district council.

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This lady's situation is simple. She is 32, has a full-time job and

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wants to buy her first house. She moved back came to start saving and

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her boyfriend did the same. Now one year on, bat first house is still a

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long way away. It is frustrating. We have worked out that we can

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afford to run a house and afford the bills and mortgage. The initial

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problem is getting off the starting block, the deposit that they ask

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for. That is the main stumbling block. It is rarely stopping us

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from moving forward. Now the local council hearing Blaby wants to help.

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They have teamed up with Lloyds to cut deposits in half from 10% to 5%.

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Suddenly their first home may become a lot more affordable.

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a win-win situation. It helps first-time buyers, gets the

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pressure off the affordable housing market and helps to get the housing

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market moving again. We already friends can help out with

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increasing deposits, however this is for the local council and they

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will step in and help with those of such deposits, giving the first-

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time buyer a bigger chance to get on the ladder.

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The Association of Residential letting Agents says that the UK's

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private rental sector is nearing capacity. Being able to buy your

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own home may never have been more important. Thanks to a new -- Union

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scheme in Blaby, was something they become a reality. It is becoming

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closer now. Hopefully by next year we can have our own house and will

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be living together. Fingers crossed. Next tonight, a BBC investigation

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has revealed that hundreds of children may have been physically

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abused in Britain's mosques and religious schools called madrasas.

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There have been more than 400 allegation since 2009, 36 of them

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where Leicester. Young people at prep at a madrasas.

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Supplementary classes like this one are attended by thousands of Muslim

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children every week across the East Midlands. They provide religious

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guidance and teachings from the Koran. Figures obtained by the BBC

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have highlighted a number wrote -- worrying number of cases of alleged

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abuse at madrasas, some of which are in Leicester. It is absolutely

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terrible. I think that even a one- shot not being protected, it should

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be a matter of concern for the whole community. They are

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vulnerable young people. It happens in all sections of society but that

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does not excuse anyone. We need to do our utmost to ensure those who

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are vulnerable are given maximum protection. While there are no

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allegations of wrongdoing against this madrasa, 36 are alleged to

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have taken place within Leicester. Muslim leaders say steps are being

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taken to ensure that children are being protected. Some madrasas have

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signed up to the safeguarding project and work closely with the

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police. And with the local authority and even with the Crown

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Prosecution Service so that went places come forward, we make sure

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that we have an input so that we can learn from what has happened

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and try to translate this into our future training for other madrasas

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so we do take it extremely seriously. In the light of these

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revelations, it is hoped that other There will be more on the story

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tonight. In other news: Police have named the man who was murdered in

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Matlock this weekend. 42 year-old Alexander Blick lived in Matlock

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Bath and died from head injuries. His body was discovered in the

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grounds of the library at Steep Turnpike on Sunday morning. A 43

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year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of murder.

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A new recycling service has been introduced across Leicester. Orange

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bags are being delivered to houses in the city. They can be used to

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recycle glass, bottles, tins, paper, cardboard and are being collected

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by orange coloured lorries. The decision is expected on where

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Derby's new 50 metres swimming pool will be built. The choice is

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between the Razorlight site and the sight of the former Derbyshire

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Royal Infirmary. Rivera lights is thought to be the front runner.

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Still plenty more. Including Sara. We will be keeping a chill in the

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air for the next few days, but the strong winds tonight will keep the

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frost at bay, although tomorrow it might be a different story.

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were cut off in your prime. That always happens.

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I just keep going regardless. Starting with Nottingham Forest,

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they begin life under new manager Steve Cotterill. They take on

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Middlesbrough having lost all but one of their last eight games.

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Kirsty Edwards is at the City Ground. A tough task ahead for the

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new man in charge? It seems that way. Nobody could

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have predicted just how bad things were going to be this season. It is

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all change at the City Ground. Steve Cotterill was introduced to

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the media yesterday. He seemed up for the challenge and he will have

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to be. Forest start the game just two points off the bottom of the

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league. Middlesbrough are just two points off the top. One man who has

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been through all the lows is a former captain, John McGovern. A

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big job ahead by Steve Cotterill. Not ideal to be taking over a team

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at the wrong end of the league. But the supporters and everyone at the

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club know a lot of the players played in the side last season when

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we got to the play offs. Maybe a few little tweets, a few little

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changes in the side and maybe they can get back to the form they

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showed last season. There is no reason why they should not. Would

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you say his first priority is the defence? That has been the main

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talking point this season. Last season it was watertight and this

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season the floodgates have been opened. That is an area weather has

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to be a massive improvement. The manager's job is to get all the

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players focus on the job and pulling in the same direction. With

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the ability that they have got, he might have a little bit of luck by

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getting a result tonight. If he has that, that will set him in good

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stead for the rest of the season. It is a little bit cold at the

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ground tonight, although if Forest get a win, the cold will soon be

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forgotten. Another new face in charge at Forest, but at Derby

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County things are much more settled. They play at Reading tonight

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following the news of a new contract for their manager.

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Now Nigel Clough and his coaching staff are committed until 2000 and

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fitting, where anything change? is business as usual. I do not

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think it matters how long, we would just keep on trying to do the job

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in the same way. His years at the Ram has so far have not always been

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easy, but this year things are looking up. We have worked our

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socks off so far and the boys have done very well and the gaffer has

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to take a lot of credit. But Derby start tonight and face the next

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three months without the leading scorer Steven Davis. We have been

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so unlucky with injuries in the last few years. It was very

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innocuous when you saw it, but there was no intent or malice. He

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ends up with a partial, fractured skull and will be out for 12 weeks.

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The Rams play this evening on the back of an impressive draw with

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Southampton. Leicester Tigers' England stars are

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back with their club and despite falling out of the World Cup at the

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quarter-finals, they are upbeat. We spoke to Toby Flood and Tom Croft,

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both of whom want to put the on and off the field business in New

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Zealand behind them. It still hurts and you feel as though it was an

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opportunity missed. There were facets that were not quite right on

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the field. Excuse me. The big thing is to have dealt with it and to put

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it to bed. If you are selected for the Six Nations, whatever changes

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may happen, you have to get on with it and put your hand up again.

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was not due to lack of effort. Up until the last minute I was not

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sure what was going on because I was knocked out. They thought until

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the last minute. That is a testament to the team we have got.

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In four years time we will still be there. -- they fought. We tried our

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best as a group of individuals. I know there are issues to sort out.

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But in nine weeks' time we will be back inside that squad. We have

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always been the same it with England with Stubbs said in the

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papers or on TV, but the most important thing is what the coach

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is saying and what the players are saying. That is the most important

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thing. The whole media thing was bound to happen and the boys are

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ready and prepared to ignore that. Briefly back to the football I am

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off to the City Ground and will bring you a report on this event's

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late news. If it is commentary you are after, Radio Nottingham or

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Radio Derby is the place to be for some sharp analysis. A full report

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on both games tomorrow evening. We have everything right here.

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Now, it is a real-life Masterchef story. A cook, hand picked from an

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East Midlands kitchen to work with no less than a double Michelin-

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starred chef, which is quite something, at his restaurant in

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Mayfair. That is what has happened to

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Corporal Jason Wood. He is usually serving hungry airmen and women at

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RAF Cottesmore in Rutland. A taste of the highlight. Little

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did Jason would no that when he entered a contest to create a

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pudding it would prove so sweet. He is working with top London chef

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Richard Corrigan who spotted him in the competition and offered him a

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place in his kitchen for the day. only decided to be a real chef

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about 15 years ago and it has been a long, steady road. This is the

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sort of place I hoped I would get an opportunity to work in. This

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time, it was salmon and meat on the menu and as in any kitchen the

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temperature can rise. I want you to do what I want. He is thinking how

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busy it all is. He has not let himself down. Most people come in

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here and hide in the corner. Bomber got completely stuck in. It is the

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same sort of atmosphere, the banter is the same. It is very good.

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while Jason has shown he can stand the heat, he got out of the kitchen

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for a while. As part of his prize he went the other side of the

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serving hatch for his own Michelin- starred dinner with a message for

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those left behind. I am having a lovely day, guys, thank you very

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much. It is just like our canteen! If only we had one false start we

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have got a kitchen and you have never seen anything like it.

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We have got a microwave. It is a wonderful story. It was hot

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in the kitchen, but it is not hot outside. You can see where I am

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:25:24.:25:30.

This is a lovely picture of a cause first thing this morning in the

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early morning mist. Andy must have been feeling the cold first thing

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today. Please keep your pictures coming in. We always love to see

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them. We have got some fairly strong winds with us and it will

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remain that way overnight. There are still showers across the north

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of the region will stop the further south you are, they are starting to

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die away. They could continue into the early parts of the morning

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across the Peak District. It will turn very chilly overnight and it

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will be colder in rural areas. But the strength of that north-westerly

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wind it should prevent a frost unless it is very sheltered way you

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are. It means tomorrow morning is going to be a nippy start first

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then, but that cloud will increase and there are quite a few showers

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around tomorrow as well. They will be clearing towards the south as

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the day goes on. It will have an impact on the overnight

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temperatures tomorrow night. It will still be a breezy day. Daytime

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temperatures reach a maximum of ten Celsius tomorrow. Under the clear

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skies and the high pressure, the winds will start to ease off on

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Thursday. Thursday night will be very cold. It will change again by

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Friday. That cloud will increase again and it is going to change

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direction of the wind. They will be more south-westerly and they will

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strengthen on Friday as well. It will have an impact on the

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temperatures. We will stay mainly cloudy and there will be further

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bands of rain on Friday and Saturday, but it will lift the

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temperatures at night time. Only just clinging on to double

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figures. You are back for the late bulletin. It is busy.

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