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This is East Midlands Today with Dominic Heale and me, Kylie

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Pentelow. Our top story tonight: The Government hands out cash to

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boost growth, but critics say it's too little, too late. The Labour

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leader visiting Derbyshire accusing the government of failing

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businesses in this region. And I'm afraid the Cup the money for the

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regional growth fund by two-thirds compared to what it was in the past,

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that is why we are seeing so many As the Government announces who

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gets what from the regional growth fund, one City claims its hopes of

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creating thousands of drugs have been shattered. -- thousands of

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jobs. Or so, a man killed by Edinburgh's

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driver was killed -- AA man at coming back from his mother's

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funeral was killed recklessly. And to the 109 year-old organise

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his own very well birthday party. will never be 109 again. But I will

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be here next year and the hereafter and the hereafter. -- and the year

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after, and the year after. Good evening and welcome to

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Monday's programme. First tonight: New concerns for the region's

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economy. The Labour Party leader Ed Miliband today issued a warning

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about our prospects of surviving the downturn. On a visit to the

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East Midlands, he said unemployment will rise as more businesses

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struggle. And that's despite today's announcement by the

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coalition Government of new cash to help some regional businesses. From

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Ripley in Derbyshire, here's our Political Editor John Hess.

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He toured this factory. It is a type of precision engineering firm

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supplying Rolls-Royce and the energy industry that Ed Miliband

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says the government needs to encourage. The alternative he

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warned was a perfect storm and further economic difficulties ahead.

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He heard from senior management of their worries. We have always

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invested the profits of the business into taking the business

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forward and we won support from the Government to do that. If we want

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to do the best, we'd like the Government dipper hops -- to

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perhaps make as big a -- help us make it begin this month.

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concerns were more personal on the hop floor. Anybody finding it

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really tough? Yes, we are. government have not woken up to the

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scale of the task. What they need to do in the autumn is to show they

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understand it and change course. Let's get the economy moving and

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let's get a younger people back to work because that is what people

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It today's visit is to kick-start the economy. �6 billion have been

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allocated for the regional growth fund, safeguarding 9,000 jobs.

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have cut the money for the regional growth fund by two-thirds compared

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to what it was in the past. That is why we are seeing so many companies

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missing out. Rising energy bills, increases in VAT, the struggle to

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obtain bank loans. That is why, in the Perfect Storm, says the Labour

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leader, so many more of us are missing out.

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As John said in his report, �67 million is coming to the East

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Midlands in the second and final round of the regional growth fund.

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But the announcement has sparked disappointment as well as delight.

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Derby's done well. Leicester's convinced its project has a bright

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future, but at Boots in Nottingham, plans for an enterprise zone have

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been dealt a blow. Mike O'Sullivan's there now.

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Good evening. Good evening. Boots wanted �200 million to help

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decontaminate an area here that's already been declared an enterprise

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zone by David Cameron and Nick Clegg. Roads and a bridge are

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needed, too. But today the Government turned down Boots'

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application for cash from the regional growth fund. Whether or

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not thousands of jobs can now be created here seems uncertain. Hopes

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were high at Our Plaice earlier this year when David Karan and Nick

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Clegg paid a visit. They announced an enterprise zone would be set up

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at they Our Plaice in Beeston. There is disappointment now. A --

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they say they could have created and safeguarded up to 5,000 jobs.

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Well, I feel very sorry for Boots. It is a massive missed opportunity

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on the part of the government. If they are looking for growth, this

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scheme would have created an enormous amount of high quality

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growth. In Leicester, better news. �1 million promised for a vibration

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testing plant to serve the car and aerospace industries. A

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collaboration between the university and the private sector

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that could bring 260 jobs to the science park site. What we have

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done here it is created something that is unique, Nis. That is

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something that is attractive. Also the park -- also the fact that Mr

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has not been seen an area for a hi- tech jobs and all those things have

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come together to make this a success full bid. The biggest

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winner has been Derby. But only because it is losing thousands of

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jobs. To offset the job losses at some of them major employers,

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Dobbie is getting �40 million. have got a range of projects within

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the programme bit. The most important being the technology

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plaster, a business park, are going to be built adjacent Rolls Royce.

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Despite the setback, Nottingham City Council says it will be

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returning to the government to try to win cash to were kick-start the

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enterprise zone. Believe it or not, there is a Plan B. Boots were asked

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to come up with a contingency plan in case they were turned down by

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the regional growth fund. Other funding streams are being

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considered including from the government, so it may just be the

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cash will come from another part within the government, but it is

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unclear at the moment and the Department for business told me

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tonight they are not ruling out putting even more money into the

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regional growth fund. Let's face it - jobs and growth are a top

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priority. Still to come on tonight's

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programme, we find out how the Rams are packing them in when others

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clubs are struggling to fill the Enquiries are continuing this

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evening into the death of a seven- month-old baby in Leicester.

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Officers were called to an incident on Netherhall Road in the city on

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Sunday morning. The mother and baby were admitted to hospital where the

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child died. A woman's been arrested. A post mortem examination will be

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carried out. A teenage girl who died in a hang-

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gliding accident in the Peak District at the weekend has been

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named as Lois Preston. It's understood that the 16-year-old

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from Warrington in Cheshire was making her first solo flight. She

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was training as a glider pilot with her father and brother. The Air

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Accidents Investigation Branch are looking into the cause of the crash.

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Next tonight, Major Rich Angove was driving home from his mother's

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funeral when he was involved in a crash. He was killed. That crash on

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the A46 in Nottinghamshire was described today by a judge as

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utterly avoidable. It was caused by Martin Casey. He was sentenced to

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eight-and-half years in prison for dangerous driving. Geeta Pendse

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reports. It was a crash that brought the

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Belgrave flyover twins standstill earlier this month. Martin Casey

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had been fleeing from the police. The driver of the car was major

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rich and Gove, returning to his home in Gloucestershire after

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attending his mother's funeral. He died at the scene. The pursued

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started in Leicestershire and ended an hour later. The driving was

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described as reckless with a blatant disregard for those around

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him and when he collided with the car, he was thought to be driving

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at 80 miles per hour in a 40 mph zone. A husband and father of two

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young children, his family were too traumatised to be in court but in a

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statement his widowed describe the unbearable loss. She makes

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reference correctly to this senseless loss of her husband. And

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that is how I feel. This didn't need to happen. It was callous,

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reckless and outrageous driving on Nottinghamshire's roads. The man

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pleaded guilty to dangerous driving and before sentencing he stood up

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and apologised for what he had done. In summing up, the judge told the

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man he had shown a deliberate and conscious decision not to stop. As

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a result, a decent, honourable man had been taken away from his wife

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and two young children. He said, there is no justice in the world

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when you survive and he dies. The country's leading expert on flu

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viruses is warning of the dangers of moving a specialist unit out of

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the East Midlands. Glenfield Hospital in Leicester is one of ten

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child heart surgery units being reviewed by the Government. But if

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it goes, the ECMO unit there would go too. Marie Ashby reports.

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This hospital has more than 20 years of experience in a life-

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support system known as ECMO which oxygen makes the blood outside the

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body. In May last swine flu outbreak, they, ordinated how

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hospitals in the UK treated the critically ill, a role of the

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country's leading expert on flu viruses says was vital. We have a

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lot of experience with ECMO and that is what we rely on. Every

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clinical person in my hospital and everywhere else, when they had very

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ill young children and young adults, and moving into the intensive care

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unit, they need are the speciality, and second, they had the ECMO.

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Under plans in the current review of the child's heart units, if

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Glenfield's surgical status is removed, ECMO would relocate to

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another unit but experts fear it would be just X -- stuff they will

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lose. Any dramatic change in ECMO, it is likely to have UN for scenes

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consequences. What do you mean? Deaths. But his boss a ball. As the

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country prepares for winter, it is feared that the changes will mean

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we will not be ready for the next pandemic. If another pandemic comes

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along in the next six years, which is quite possible, we are not as

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prepared as the last one. That would be awful. A decision on the

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future of the heart surgery and its ECMO service is due later this year.

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And you can see more on this on tonight's Inside Out. Marie goes

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behind the scenes on intensive care with the patients and parents

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who'll be affected by changes at Glenfield. That's at 7:30pm tonight

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on BBC One. Some households will see changes to their bin collection

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days as councils mac efficiency savings. Bins will be emptied on a

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fortnightly rotation but the roots which the lorries take have been

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altered. Nottingham City and North West Leicestershire councils are

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making the changes. It is hoped it will save them hundreds of

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thousands of pounds over the next few years.

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A volunteer group from Nottinghamshire has won a

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prestigious award. The friends of Presley Pitt have been honoured for

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their work transforming the former mine into a museum. They won the

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title of best rescue of an Next tonight - what links

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Staythorpe Power station with a farm that produces milk to make

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Stilton? Today they both played host to the most reverend and right

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honourable Dr John Sentamu. The Archbishop of York, one of the

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Church of England's most senior clerics, is on a two day tour of

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Nottinghamshire. Carol Hinds caught up with him at a charity that helps

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young people. It is not every day that the people of Sutton in

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Ashfield found themselves having a chat with the Archbishop of York.

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He had come to meet staff and John people supported by the Notting

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Shop Charlotte -- Nottinghamshire charity, Framework. What is being

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done here, is not simply making young Pippa dependent, but is

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giving them support so that they can stand on their two feet and get

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out into the world. The young people found it Archbishop very

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easy to talk to. A I was not expecting it, but yes, alright.

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was a very nice guy, very down-to- earth and genuine. Framework is

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celebrating 10 years of helping young people turn their lives

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around. The they want to go back to college, and finish their courses.

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To get on in life. I hope that nobody cuts the subsidies, because

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of the subsidies are cut they will not be out of the system, they will

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appear in another system of some kind. Tomorrow, the Archbishop of

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York will make hundreds more people, as he continues his tour of

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Nottinghamshire. -- will meet. Still to come on the programme.

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Cake and a choir - for a 109 year old. The Reverend Reg Dean

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celebrated his birthday in style, being entertained by a choir he

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Let's see if Colin is on song, with the sports news. A couple of weeks

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ago, they had the fourth biggest crowd anywhere in England and Derby

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County's support continues to surprise. Pride Park is one of only

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two Championship grounds to have seen an increase in average crowds

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this year. I went along to see why. It is the run up to kick-off, and

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Pride Park is filling up nicely. No change, there. Derby County are the

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best supported club, the second best in the championship. Only

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Derby County and Middlesbrough have increased their support. Derby

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County are 10,000 a of the championship average - but why?

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There is heritage, and a little bit of history can go a long way.

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can go back to the 50s, 60s, we have always been strong supporters.

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Derby County is far from the chippers, but they are obviously

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doing something right. facilities are top class. It is

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down to the atmosphere, really. lot of the matters to the fans on

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what goes on there -- is what goes on behind this white line. We just

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want to see them win. We want to see them do well and continue to do

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well. I was wondering how many people there was going to be?

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many did you think? So then billion! It was a relatively small

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crowd, but they got to enjoy themselves. Greg Bryson got the

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first goal. I got to see the moment they could have changed the game.

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What happens to have his head or goes in rather than smacking off

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the bar? The first goal for Chris Maguire, and 24,000 happy people,

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followed by a pinpoint finished by Jamie Waugh. Derby County retain

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control, with a late goal injecting a spark of tension. In a tight

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championship, Derby County needed this, their first victory in six

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games, and the fans deserve that. And absolutely mad to this and, the

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crowd, they are here, a week in, week out, with Christmas coming up.

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At Leicester the speculation rumbles on as to who will be the

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new manager at the King Power Stadium. Elvis, Lord Lucan and,

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well, Dom and Kylie, are about the only people who have not been

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linked with the job! So today we decided to ignore all the rumours

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and talk about the football instead as Natalie - who's a 30-1 shot -

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took the Tactics Truck to Leicester. MUSIC: The Professionals Theme.

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There is a Hallowe'en theme to the tactics struck. The grim Reaper of

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Leicester City is inside. I am sorry to call you the grim Reaper,

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but you have seen of 22 managers in your time. Shall we see how the

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latest two have gone? We can have a look. There is the head of the

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youth academy. And there is a goalkeeping coach. He is probably

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waving to the next manager. You never know! We were poor and the

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first half. They ran rampant and got in far too easy, against us.

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The second one came a minute after the first, and I thought we might

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be about to get a bit of hiding. But the boys got together in the

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second half and looked like a different Leicester City side. We

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were unfortunate not to come away with something. He got himself in

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advanced positions, more than he has done recently. That is his game.

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He has gone into double figures and the last couple of seasons. And he

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has scored at crucial times. West Ham Academy of Football - hold

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on. Is that the West Ham academy? If you can get a result amply great

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football it is a bonus, but you have to do what needs must. The

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ball up into the box, the flick on, then gnawed down, and it is a great

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volley. But that was route-one football. There was nothing secret

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build up and this is what we have to get in her locker. We have got

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quality players, but we have got digitalise what we have got, a bit

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more. So Dick or treat in the legendary tactics struck? With you,

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Natalie, with a slightly evil laugh of her on! At Nottingham Forest,

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the players say manager Steve Cotterill has restored unity

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despite defeat on Saturday while at Notts County they are recovering

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from their heaviest defeat of the season. Here's Nat again. Forest

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play Reading tomorrow, after a defeat at the hands of Nigel

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Pearson's Hall city. This goal from Alan Maclean put an end to Steve

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Cotterell's winning start. A we have not got carried away with two

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victories, and you will not get carried away with this defeat and

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go the other way, but we will be OK, for sure. We might not be in the

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top six just yet, but we will work hard to try to get there. Notts

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County lost 4-2 at Colchester. Stuart Nelson made some fantastic

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saves, but it was their worst defeat of the season. It was a bad

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day at the Office for Notts County, but they have been in fine form,

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and Martin Allen's side are still sitting pretty, at six place in the

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table. In rugby, the Leicester Tigers are promising more fireworks

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- literally - in their next home game this weekend. Any display of

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roman candles will have to go some to match the dramatic 12 minutes in

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Friday's second half at Sale, which saw Tigers claim a bonus point win.

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Second half drama at Nottingham as well - Although that involved the

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pink-clad Green and Whites clinging on. Tries like this gave them a 23-

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6 half time lead - but in the end the margin of victory was just two

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points. But no victory for Nottingham Panthers in their big

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game - a win over Belfast could have sent them top of the League.

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But the visiting Giants were already two goals up by the time

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Guy Lepine got the Panthers' first. And Belfast struck back inside a

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minute to restore the gap. Jordan Fox made it a thriller of a final

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period with this one. But no fairytale drama here, I'm afraid.

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That's all the sport. I love those pink rugby shirts! Now, what do you

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do to celebrate your 109th birthday? The answer? Take more

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than 100 people out to lunch. And that's exactly what the Reverend

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Reg Dean, thought to be Britain's oldest man, did this weekend. The

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year Reg was born - 1902 - saw Edward VII crowned king, Marmite

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went into production at Burton on Trent, and Beatrix Potter's first

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book ,"Peter Rabbit", was published! James Roberson

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gatecrashed Reg's special and very musical, birthday party. When you

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are 109, you can be forgiven for having to use a wheelchair, so in

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the estuary, the Reverend Reg Dean arrived at the but the party he had

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organised themselves. A founder member of the Dalesman male voice

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choir, he paid for every existing member and their partners to have

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lunch. It is a pleasure to have him. He comes along with a few choice

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anecdotes, witticisms and criticisms. In his long life, Reg

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has seen the growth of the motor car, he was in his late thirties

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when he served as an army chaplain in the Far East during World War

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Two, and afterwards caught at the Herbert start school in Bilborough,

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where the actor, Alan Bates, was his pupil. He puts his longevity

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down to a regime of idleness. a member of that august Biddle ship

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-- Fellowship, known as lazy bones. Lazy Bones, sleeping in the sun,

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how do you expect to get your day's work done? I knew him when he was

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93, and that was when I joined the choir. He was an inspiration to me

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as the youngest chap joining a male voice choir, who had never sung

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before. I may never be 109 Again! But I will be here, next year, and

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the Year after that, and the year after that, you never know. Happy

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birthday dear Reg, happy birthday to you! That is lovely. I would

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like to say that he looks good for 109, but I have never seen anyone

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who has 109 before! I have shared the stage with him on a couple of

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occasions. Now the weather with It is officially Hallowe'en, across

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the East Midlands. If you are taking the kids about to ditch it a

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treat, do it early on because we have been pushing in later. We have

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agree appropriate shot sent in by Paul. I have to say that the public

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looks lot better than the one I did. We have fairly cloudy skies across

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the East Midlands. That cloud has been increasing. We can see that

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band of rain setting out to the West. The cloud will thicken and

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you will see some drizzle over night, and then this band of rain

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will start to work his way in. If you're driving Over Night tonight,

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there could be some standing water, creating some road surface issues.

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The good news is, that rain clears early on, particularly across

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Derbyshire. We'll see some sunshine in Derbyshire and then the rest of

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us will follow suit. Temperatures, not quite as good as today, may be

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about 14 or 15 Celsius. It will feel quite a bit better than today

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because it will be more sunshine and rain. It will be a decent day

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to be out and about. We will see cloud increasing through the day.

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This rain works its way through, by the early evening. A company buys

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some pretty strong and winds, as well, -- accompanied by. Those

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isobars stay with us through Thursday, again, bringing showers

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