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

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Tonight, a hospital sacks workers for serious breaches of patient

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confidentiality. I'm at the Queen's Medical Centre where a nurse was

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dismissed for posting a picture of a patient on Facebook.

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Also tonight... Hey, stop! A row over rights of way shatters the

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peace of the countryside. Most of the people that I know despise you

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lot. You're nothing, mate. You're nothing. There's millions of

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walkers and they are dedicated against you lot. Plus... Childline

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under pressure as the number of children seeking help trebles.

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Children are calling us all through the day and all through the night

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on their smart phones. Leicester's fans will have to be

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patient, but who will be king and First tonight, an investigation has

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revealed that our biggest NHS hospital trust has one of the worst

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records for breaching patient confidentiality. In one of the

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worst cases, an NHS worker was sacked for putting a patient's

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picture on Facebook. But tonight, the boss of the Nottingham

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Hospitals NHS Trust says the findings show how seriously it

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takes the issue of transparency and openness. Over to the Queen's

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Medical Centre and our political editor, John Hess. Good evening.

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Good evening. These findings are the result of a massive trawl of

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around 152 NHS hospital trusts. It has been carried out by Big Brother

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Watch, a campaign group seeking greater data protection for all us.

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This report covers a three-year period. Altogether there were 800

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cases of NHS staff breaching patient confidentiality. The

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surprise here is that Nottingham Up anyone going into hospital

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expects their condition to remain private. But what if your hospital

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is one of the busiest in the country? Today, the Nottingham

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Hospitals NHS Trust found itself at the top of a table of breaches of

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confidentiality. I think it is particularly heavy weight in this

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case to see so many post a photo, medical personnel. This should be

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taken at a serious level and they have posted it on a very public

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forum. That's staff member was sacked. There are 29 reports of

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this type. Also a worker resigned for releasing patients details and

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damaging NHS property. A of the 29 bridges we reported, and each were

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investigated very thoroughly, nine were found to be unfounded, and

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nine members of staff left our staff, but we take it very

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seriously. That is 90 many. This is the latest example of Freedom of

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Information the desolation in action. Our cancelled and NHS --

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our councils and the NHS are expected to be more transparent.

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must make sure that it NHS Trust prove that actually they have got

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systems in place to prove confidentiality. We are placed

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emphasis on all staff to report in the slightest concern they may have

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for patient confidentiality. Befit has been breached. A sign of how a

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series to hospital management regard this.

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So John, how did our other NHS trusts rate? Derby and Derbyshire

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hospitals are in the all-clear. But many declined to provide

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information, and one of those is the Leicester Hospital Trust. The

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background to the Freedom of Information legislation introduced

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by Tony Blair's government is it allows public information people to

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lift information on what other organisations may not want to

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disclose. This puts public bodies open to scrutiny and makes them

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more accountable. Still to come, how is the weather looking? The

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best way to describe it is cloudy, breezy and a bit damp but the best

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thing about it will be the fact we get an extra hour in bed! More

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weather towards the end of the A man who's serving a life sentence

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for shooting a teenager in a Nottingham street has failed to

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have his murder conviction overturned. Renee Roger Sarpong

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from St Anns was ordered to serve at least 22 years in prison for

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killing Brendan Lawrence who was 16. Sarpong's lawyers said the evidence

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of a key witness couldn't be believed. But judges said Sarpong

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had received a fair trial and the conviction was "safe".

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Three men have been remanded in custody today accused of murder.

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The body of 42-year-old John-Paul Johnson was found at a house in

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Mansfield on Tuesday. He died from chest injuries. Three men who're

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aged 19, 24 and 29 have been charged with his murder. They'll

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appear at Nottingham Crown Court next week.

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Fake designer clothing seized by Trading Standards officers in

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Leicestershire is being donated to good causes. The National Police

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Aid Convoys, a charity founded in Nottinghamshire, is collecting the

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items worth �200,000 and will distribute them to the poor in

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Counterfeiting is a rotten trade and we want to get something good

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out of it. A lot of people have not got close to wear, and this will

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make a great difference to their lives. It is going to very remote

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places where things like this take on a value beyond understanding.

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pair of shoes is the world to a lot of people.

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The charity Childline says it's struggling to cope after facing

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unprecedented demands for help here in the East Midlands. Since the

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start of a new online service last year, it says the number of

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children seeking help has almost You can talk to Childline online as

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well as talk to them. It has been existing for 25 years but with the

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new generation of children comes a new way to get in touch. It is

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bringing some challenges. You are through to somebody you can talk to.

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This Childline office was the first set up outside London. The new

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online service launched one year ago and has seen its workload

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treble. We have had a really big rise in on-line contact from people

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concerned about depression, self- harm and suicide and we are

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concerned that that is people feeling much more comfortable in it

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using that medium for talking. of those trying to help his

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volunteer, Lorraine, a former teacher and mother of three, she

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travels in from Derbyshire and says it is worthwhile. When they say

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thank you, you have helped me, Childline, you feel you may have

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made some difference and made their life better at that point entire.

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But the charity says more like her are needed. It takes its toll.

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there are calling us through the day and night on their smart phones

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and computers so we need volunteers available at challenging times of

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day and night. We are not answering all the contacts that come through

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at that time. We are struggling to have people here on the end of the

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phone and the computer to take those calls but when they can be it

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there, the online feedback is proof We're joined now by the founder of

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Childline, Esther Rantzen. Good evening, thank you for speaking to

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us. Firstly a happy 25th anniversary to Childline. What a

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fantastic achievement. Particularly in Nottingham, one of my favourite

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places. Something interesting about the city of Nottingham because you

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are good volunteers in all kinds of different agencies including our

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own. Good wishes to everybody helping out. They are having

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problems as we saw in the film because now they are online, three

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times as many children are calling and they are saying they are having

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problems filling the place is for people to take the phone calls or

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operate the computers. From the childrens' point of view, if you

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want to get through to the number it is free and confidential and it

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is easier for a child to get through a speech to a councillor

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than it ever has been. We have bases all over the country so if

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you want to ring us and you need help, you will get through to us.

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It is the on line contact which is getting very much more popular.

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That is why we need more volunteers that they can give us the time to

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answer more children who want to contact us that way. Interesting as

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well, I understand that sexual abuse now is not the most common

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problem any more. Do you think Childline has had a part to play?

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certainly do because the NSPCC has done a prevalence study asking

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young adults if they were sexually abused as children and there are

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fewer who report that now than there were 25 years ago. I think

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the fact that Childline has been at there is a real deterrent. Also the

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people who ring us about it do so much sooner so that whereas in the

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early days we were talking to children who had been suffering for

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10 years, 15 years, now half the children who ring us about this

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kind of abuse do so within about a month of its darting. Sorry for

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interrupting you. The bullying is it right up there as one of the

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most common problems. That and very serious problems within the family.

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Are you going to be OK for another 25 years? No question. I meeting

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the spinach, drinking whatever beer Nottingham produces, I will be here

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in 25 years' time! I may go on to spinet and beer myself.

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I can recommend it. Next tonight, a fly-on-the-wall

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documentary has captured the drama and passion of a debate which has

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been raging in the normally tranquil Peak District. Film-maker

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Richard Macer spent a year filming with villagers who are determined

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to get off-roaders banned from riding their 4x4s and trail bikes

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along the local byways. Sarah Teale has had a preview.

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The beauty of the Peak District is breathtaking. Home to 40,000 people

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and enjoyed by millions of tourists every year. But the serenity of the

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scenery does not always reflect real life. You nearly knocked me

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down. There's a conflict between the villagers who want to protect

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their peace and the off-roaders who want to drive their vehicles across

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the challenging terrain. What do you feel about the use of green

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lanes? They are a pain in the backside. The film-maker Richard

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Macer spent a year filming the debate. That your activity destroys

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the pleasure of the vast majority of people who are part of the

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National Park. Most of the people I know despise you lot. There's

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millions of walkers and we are dead against you lot. Off-roaders are

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legally entitled to drive the road but local residents want the law

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changed to get them banned. They are trying for a peaceful

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resolution but it has not worked. To simply say nobody should be

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allowed to drive vehicles in the national parks on roads would be a

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draconian response which would cause more problems than it would

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resolve. The full programme goes out on BBC Four at 9 o'clock this

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Business experts are warning of serious trouble ahead for people

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trying to set up a new enterprise. It's because the organisation,

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Business Link, which offers advice and mentoring, is being scrapped as

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part of Government cuts. Critics say it will mean that East Midlands

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workers facing redundancy will have no-one to help them set up a

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business and become self-employed. Early morning in Derby, and

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Philippa, Liam is arriving at her next customer -- Philippa

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Cunningham. She set up Pink Plumbing and could not have done it

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without the help of Business Link. When I presented my business idea

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to the men talk, he was so enthusiastic about it it gave me

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the extra enthusiasm that it would work and without him I might not

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have got quite as far as I have got. Her mentor was Ken Horn, a

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consultant from Business Link who has helped 5,000 start-ups. He is

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worried that many others will suffer from comedy's demise.

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A work across the East Midlands -- from Business Link's demise. It is

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clear that there are a number of people interested in this and I

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fear they will be without the support that people were benefiting

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from six months ago. Workers from Bombardier wanting to start small

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firms have been hit twice by the Government. It is like trying to

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run 100 metres with your legs tied. The help is no longer available.

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The business is going through a similar situation have received

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help. It is a double whammy, no support for the individuals and no

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Business Link. But there will be new help services to replace

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Business Link and also mentoring through the British Banking

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Association and a business coaching service will start next year.

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People like Philippa however say none of these will fully replace

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the personal service that Business Link provided.

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Before all that, an inspirational story. We meet the woman who,

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having recovered from breast cancer herself, now spends a huge amount

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of her time helping others affected by the disease. It's almost ten

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years to the day since Lu Wright from Derby was diagnosed with

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breast cancer. In the last of our cancer series, our health

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correspondent Rob Sissons looks at how a bit of pampering can go a

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You get your little powder mitten. This person knows a bit about

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breast cancer. Are we ready for a eyeshadow? These women are fighting

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different forms of cancer. The charity Look Good...Feel Better

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aims to help out and is designed as a confidence booster. Women do not

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naturally... They sometimes forget to look after themselves.

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Place the parts on your eye area. This woman says her skin has

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suffered from her treatment. have got big, brown eyes so alike

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the way it has defined them especially the lining I used to put

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Eyeliner can open a eye and shut it. I was once told by somebody that I

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had small eyes like a pig. Now, Lu Wright has bought the free service

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to Derbyshire as if women can be surprised to learn that she once

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had cancer. It is something I see in their faces, they go, she is OK.

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And they don't know how many years. It is really good. She is aiming to

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give the women some make-up tips and if they have forgotten about

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their illness through the session, An inspiring series, we should say

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thank you to all the ladies who took part. And a busy weekend in

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First tonight, the shortlist is getting shorter at the King Power

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Stadium. Leicester City want nothing less than automatic

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promotion, so the man who steps into Sven's shoes needs to hit the

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ground running. But who's likely to take over? As Natalie explains, the

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Thai owners are keeping their cards Leicester City are yet to show

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their hand when it comes to deciding the new manager at the

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King Power Stadium so tonight, myself and BBC 5 Live football

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experts Darren Fletcher are going to make sure they play their cards

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Lee Clark, what do you think? cannot argue with his record. 39

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games unbeaten, the only game they have lost is the play-off. That has

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spurred him on for this year. next one in the pack, Billy Davies.

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At all the candidates, I think he is the best one. He fits all the

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criteria that Leicester City 1, ambitious, knows the leak, wants to

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get back into football, knows the area. And he has got the track

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record -- he knows the Football League.

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The wild card, the man people are talking about, or maybe they should

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not be? If you feel that you are forced out of a football club

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because you cannot get on with the chairman, if you get the

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opportunity to go back and finish what you started, that is something

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that they might want to do. He does not inspire. To go from Sven to

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Dave Jones regardless of the record he has got with the championship, I

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am not sure that his aim is that Leicester would make.

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The king of hearts, the fans' favourite. Who would not want

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Martin O'Neill to manage them? But I feel that there is a feeling

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within him that it is difficult to go back. I do not think there is a

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chance that any of those three become the next that the City

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manager. My top two would be these two. Pick yours. I would agree with

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that one, for my top two, I would turn that one over and I will bring

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him back into it. A bright young guy, and you have got to bring him

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Nottingham Forest know all too well what it's like to see changes at

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the top. It's been two weeks since Steve Cotterill took over the hot

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seat at the City Ground. And he's certainly got off to a flying start.

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It was great that there's been a turn in results which we thoroughly

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needed. Living in the right direction, six out of six, knotted

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and Barcelona have got that. smiles at the City Ground and

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little wonder, back-to-back wins and a clean sheet and a new signing,

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Cotterill couldn't have asked for a better start. Settling in and if

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you get a couple of good results, that is perfect for you. You have

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got to keep it going. All before, confidence was thin on the ground

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so what has he changed? The gaffer coming in and he has got us working

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hard and doing things he wants to do. He is teaching us the way he

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wants to play and it is working at COMMENTATOR: Forest have scored!

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Working indeed, but the man is not It would be fantastic, two great

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results but you will not get any more. From Middlesbrough at home or

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Blackpool away this season -- any more points from Middlesbrough.

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stern test tomorrow against a Hull side who were unbeaten in their

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last eight games but Cottrell believes they can roll on.

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Also in action this weekend are Derby County. They go to Portsmouth

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knowing that just three points separate them from second in the

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table, but also that there's only two points between the Rams and

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Leicester in 14th. So it's as tight as you like. I'll

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be in amongst it tomorrow at Pride Park. If you see me, come and tell

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me what you think of the season so far.

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As for Notts County, they take their record of only losing once in

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ten matches to Colchester United. All the best to them, and to all

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our clubs. You can follow their fortunes on your local BBC radio

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station for full match commentary and fantastic analysis.

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In rugby, Leicester Tigers play tonight away at Sale. And there's

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definitely a sense that, for them, the season starts here. Without

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their international players, Tigers have one just one of six

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Premiership games. Now they're back, things really have to improve. The

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quickfire sacking of Sven-Goran Eriksson is a stark reminder that

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sport is a results business. shows how ruthless sport is an

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thankfully at this point, rugby is more patient than that. Leicester

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are doing a good job, a relatively successful season but the standards

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there are pretty good and ruthless and that his professional sport, it

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will come to all of us at some point.

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Nottingham Panthers meanwhile have a massive game tomorrow night. A

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home win over Belfast would see them leapfrog the Northern Irish

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side and go top of the Elite League table.

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What do you think we get up to when we're not here in the studio? You

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don't have to answer that! We're about to spill the beans in a short

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film. We hope it will inspire you to make your own special video. In

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a nutshell, the BBC would like you to film yourself on Saturday 12th

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November and then post your video online. The aim is to capture a

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snapshot of life in the UK over a single 24 hour period. To get you

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thinking about your film, here's This is rosy, she is a retired

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greyhound. We have had her for about one year and she is fantastic.

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We have got a busy life and I love coming for walks with her, it is so

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peaceful round here. This is an Egyptian Arab so he has his tail up

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in a plume shape and is a real show off. We have got the frizzy look

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I think we will put these on for 10 minutes because they are only baby

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I love gardening because it get me out and about every day and you

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walk into the garden every day with something different, something

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flowering, changing shape or colour. Always something to look at.

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flu jab campaign started in October and the main worry is that people

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put it off... Police officers investigating the theft of a

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vehicle... Thank you very much, but the day job begin. One minute to go.

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Stand by. The metal thieves who plundered a nursery and special

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thanks to the policeman... Cat! -- If you're wondering, I was ill!

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And for more information and tips on film-making, go to the website

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bbc.co.uk/britaininaday. Peter Snow found that. And now for

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We will see a bit of a mixture with some cloud, rain and a bit of

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sunshine as well. This is how it started, thank you to Philip for

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sending this picture in, a very foggy start for some. It will turn

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quite foggy overnight with the clearer skies with us and that will

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not help things when it comes to the mist and fog starting to form.

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Also quite chilly and in the north of the region down to around seven

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Celsius but the cloud coming in and it will fit in enough to produce a

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small amount of patchy, light rain, certainly across the south-east

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corner. The breeze picks up tomorrow and we will start to see

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things brightening up as well as the weather front coming in from

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the north-west and parts of Derbyshire and the Peak District

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will lose the sunshine and start to see the first signs of the band of

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rain. Towards the south, quite a pleasant day and not but

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temperatures for the time of day, 15 self is the maximum for Saturday.

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That goes through overnight and the remnants of it still hanging round

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on Sunday. More weather front pushing up from the south-west and

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it will become quite breezy on Sunday and also staying quite mild

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as well but we will probably be under a blanket of cloud at times

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which will still produce a small amounts of rain and Monday as well,

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quite a mild day when it comes to the temperatures. Windows still

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