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Good evening. Welcome to Thursday's programme.

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First tonight: news on the future of RAF Cottersmore.

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The Ministry of Defence has announced which regiments will move

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onto the RAF base when the RAF move out.

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What is your ideal weight? Researchers say it depends on your

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ethnic origin. It is a question of putting your mind to it.

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Plus: a special remembrance service for the children of serving

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soldiers. And the tattoos tell the tale. Is

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Good evening. First tonight news on the future of RAF Cottersmore. The

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Ministry of Defence has announced which regiments will move onto the

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RAF base when the RAF move out. There had been concerns that the

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base would be shut as part of the review of the armed forces but

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instead of closing it's been given a new lease of life. Live now to

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our Chief News reporter Quentin Rayner. Just remind us what's being

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proposed for the base. Good evening. In July the

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Government announced that it was bringing back the Army from Germany

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and forming the Army into Five Multi-Role Brigades. Cottesmore

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will be the HQ for the East of England Brigade split between 4

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sites. These Brigades could have up to 6,000 troops and include a

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regiment of Challenger two tanks and four Infantry Battalions.

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Today we heard the 2nd Battalion the Royal Anglian Regiment will be

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the first to move in. What's the expected timeline?

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The whole move's been brought forward by a year. On 31st March

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next year Cottesmore will formally close as an RAF base after 73 years

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of operating out of here. In July 2012 the Royal Anglians will arrive

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from Cyprus rather than returning to their base in Germany. There'll

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bring 620 troops. The following July, 450 troops from 7 Regiment

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Royal Logistics Corps will move in direct from their base in Germany.

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Smaller army units may arrive in future years. It has got health

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units, education, road and transport around it so it is wary -

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- very well found. It has accommodation, technical

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accommodation. It makes sense to use it for an army moved.

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Two Royal Anglians have strong connections with the East Midlands,

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don't they? They certainly do, they are

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Leicestershire's Infantry regiment. Here they are training last year in

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preparation for Afghanistan. They are currently based in Cyprus and

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are the regiment on standby to be deployed anywhere in the Middle

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East on 48 hours notice. Roughly half the regiment is recruited in

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the East Midlands, mainly from Leicestershire and Lincolnshire,

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and once they're here it'll be unusual for a regiment to be based

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so close to its recruiting area. So while thoughts of the Royal

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Anglians can turn to a homecoming, the children of soldiers from

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Nottingham have been thinking of their fathers. Youngsters from

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local schools were invited to Chetwynd Barracks in Chilwell for a

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special service of rememberance. It's the first time this has been

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done and was especially poignant for those with fathers serving in

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If they've laid down their lives, that we might live. -- they laid

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The lest we forget, the children remembering the fallen. For some of

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them, it is very close to home. dad is in the army and Remembrance

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Day means a lot to me because it reminds me of all the people who

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have died, and those who've been to Afghanistan and Iraq. It reminds me

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of all the soldiers who gave up their lives for as. It makes me

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remember when my dad was a way. Afghanistan? Yes. It is important

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to you? Yes. My father is going to Afghanistan in about two weeks and

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I'm worried in my tummy about quite a lot of people. Remembrance Day

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means to me all the people in the army that have fought for our

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country and it means a lot. means a lot to me because my dad

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goes to Afghanistan. It's a little bit sad. It reminds me of my dad

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and all the people who have fought for us. Is the first time they've

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done this but it will not be the last. It -- it is. It's a new

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tradition to keep old memories What lovely children. We wish them

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all the best. Still to come on the programme: fans and enthusiasts bid

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a fond farewell to a champion sidecar racer.

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David Wells died in a crash at Mallory Park in Leicester. His

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A man who tried to rape a student as she walked home has been given

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an indefinite prison sentence. 20- year-old Chris Noble from

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Nottingham was told he could only be released when he's considered to

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no longer be a danger to the public. He'd admitted attacking the 21-

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year-old woman in the Lace Market area in June. Our reporter James

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Roberson was in court as Noble was jailed. It was in June this year

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that the woman university student went out with friends in Nottingham

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city centre. Nottingham Crown Court heard she'd had a fair amount to

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drink which clouded her judgment. She decided to walk home alone. Her

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voice has been altered to protect her identity. I thought I'm tired,

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I'm just going to walk home. I know you should not call Co Monaghan but

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I did it anyway. As she made her way through the city's streets, she

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was unaware she was being trailed by Chris no ball. As she reached

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her flat in a secluded area of the city, he grabbed her from behind.

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He had been in a loch around the neck. I just had no control at all.

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He was pretty strong. Luckily, he was disturbed by a passer-by and

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ran off. The victim says it all still seems unreal. I was really

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scared and confused because it felt so surreal. Obviously you hear

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about things like this happening and you just... Even at the time,

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you ask is this really happening? When arrested, the man who has a

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history of self-harm, was found to have in his flown pictures of women

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he has taken in the Victoria Centre. The Riddick -- the recorder told

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him, this event was truly horrific. Mercifully it is also rare which

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makes it all the more terrifying. But for the intervention of a

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passer-by, you would have raped her. What happened will affect her

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always. There was only one person for this attack. I'm pleased today

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that he will not be released until the Parole Board deemed that he is

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faced -- saved to be released into the community. The sentencing judge

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said it was essential he was sentenced indefinitely for the

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public protection. Next tonight: A major medical study

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carried out in Leicester suggests that levels of obesity among some

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Asians needs to be recalculated. Your Body Mass Index or BMI is the

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way most GPs determine your ideal weight. But researchers say the

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point at which patients who have links to the Indian sub-continent

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are classed as obese should change because of their increased risk of

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diabetes and heart disease. Body Mass Index is a way of seeing

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if your weight is appropriate for your height. All you need to do is

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get your weight in kilograms and then divide it by your height

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multiplied by itself or height squared. That gives you a number

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your BMI. For white Europeans, a BMI of 20-25 is seen as normal

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ideal weight. 25-30 overweight and BMI 30 and above classified as

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obese. For some Asian people the numbers should be lower.

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However you look at it, the BMI index is widely used. Increasing

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awareness has arisen that different figure should be used for people of

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South Asian origin. South Asians until now, the World Health

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Organisation had recommended a BMI of 27.5 as being obese. However,

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our study shows that we need to reduce that drastically, to around

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23. The team analysed data from 6000 people in the Leicester area

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who have been screened for diabetes. We know south Asians have a much

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higher risk of type 2 diabetes than white Europeans but so far we don't

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really know why that is and even at healthy levels, south Asians need

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to be upping their game to prevent tired to do a bit too. This person

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has had it for 25 years. Under the current score, he would be normal

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weight. The new scale would class him as obese. He is convinced the

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new proposals could save lives. would suggest that anybody with a

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BMI of over 23 should get their blood-sugar level tested. And not

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such -- I'm not saying they should government but, every year.

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word on the street is that PMI is confusing. Body mass index. I don't

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know much about it though. Body Mass Index has do with your weight

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as the height. To reduce it, they suggest healthy eating and you

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might know what is coming next, more exercise.

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Some people argue fat round our middle our waist circumference is a

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better guide to obesity. Once again the research team suggests what

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counts as overweight and obese needs to vary depending on people's

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ethnic origin. In other news tonight: Police are

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issuing a warning after a number of gas pipe thefts in part of

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Leicester. In the past three weeks there have been 11 incidents in the

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Hinckley Road area. Officers say thefts of this kind are extremely

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dangerous. In one case several households were affected. Someone

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has gone down the side of these properties and taken the copper

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piping. It caused a serious gas leak and resulted in British Gas

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being called out and a number of houses being evacuated.

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Inmates at a Nottinghamshire prison, accused of trying to smuggle in

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vast amounts of cocaine from Columbia, have admitted there was a

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plan to import drugs. But they say it was hypothetical and was never

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meant to be followed through. It's claimed at least six men were

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involved in a multi-million pound plot hatched at Lowdham Grange jail.

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They deny the charges. Our reporter Carolyn Moses has been following

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the case and joins now. Carolyn, what's happened today?

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Good evening. The trial at Birmingham Crown Court's already

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heard claims that there was a complex plot to smuggle five tonnes

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of cocaine into Britain, all organised from behind the walls of

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the Nottinghamshire jail. These are the six men on trial. Three were

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inmates at the time and today the court heard from the alleged

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ringleader 38-year-old Russell Knaggs, seen here in the glasses.

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Today he admitted there had been a blueprint drawn up to import drugs

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but he said it had been designed simply as a scam, to try to raise

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money by securing a down-payment from anyone interested. There was

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never any intention, he said of going through with it.

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Why does he claimed he is being charged? He claims there's a plan

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by the police and the authorites to get him, to cherry pick the

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evidence against him, after he spent a lot of time in Lowdham

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Grange helping other inmates with their legal appeals. He helped a

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convicted drugs lord, serving a 25- year sentence, avoid having �100

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million in assets confiscated. The legal work, he said, kept him busy

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behind bars. What happens next? Knaggs is

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expected to give more evidence tomorrow. Then another former

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inmate, the alleged paymaster, will take to the stand. The others are

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expected to follow. This trial which started in September is

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likely to last for another six weeks.

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A former mayor of Derby has been describing the moment he was almost

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killed by a huge wave while swimming on holiday in Portugal.

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Robin Turner now wants to return to the spot where he nearly died, to

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thank the men who saved him. I reckon it was two-and-a-half

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hours' drive... Back at home with holiday memories of a far from

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happy time. Robin and Janet had been in Portugal at the end of such

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tender when he was knocked unconscious by a large wave. There

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was a wave come along and I pulled her will get through this and

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quickly go forward again. I was bracing myself for it but it threw

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me over. I remember my mouth opening and sea water going into it.

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That is absolutely the last thing I remember. I heard the first whistle

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of the Life Guards and didn't respond. The second whistle, I

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thought that is a bit odd. I looked up, everybody on the beach was

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standing up, making it a small group of people and then I thought,

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oh, No. He was saved by the Local Life Guards and a German doctor who

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happens to be on the beach. But Robin had been hailed a lot of

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water and was airlifted from the coast to a hospital further afield

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before being flown back to intensive care in Derby. Is only

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just been released from hospital but already has plans to go back

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and thank the man who brought him back to life. These are young men,

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like young men anywhere. They can easily be misjudged but they knew

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how to do it and they did it. The company which owns the Victoria

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Shopping centre in Nottingham is to take over the city's other major

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retail complex. Capital Shopping Centres have bought a seventy five

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percent stake in the Broadmarsh centre from Westfield. The deal

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went through last night. The Broadmarsh centre is currently

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undergoing a multi million-pound refurbishment.

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An East Midlands Euro MP has stepped into the row over the

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Thameslink rail contract. The Government gave the work to a

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German firm rather than Bombardier who are based in Derby. Glenis

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Willmott wrote to the EU Commission asking if the UK Government would

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face any penalties if it restarted the bidding process. The reply

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states there wouldn't be any problems if it was reopened. Mrs

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Willmott said the Government can't use the EU as an excuse anymore.

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The funeral's taken place of a sidecar racer who died last month.

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Dave Wells had been involved in the sport for over 30 years winning

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many competitions. He died while racing at Mallory

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Park in Leicestershire. This afternoon hundreds of people paid

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their respects to him. Around 1000 people gathered at the

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village church as family, friends and side car enthusiasts came

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together to remember Dave Wells. lived life to the full. I must

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commend him for that. It was amazing. He will be sadly, badly

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missed. Dave died last month while taking part in a sidecar race at

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Mallory Park in Leicestershire. He was a passenger. The driver

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suffered minor injuries. An investigation is now under way into

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the cause of his death. Racing was his world. He loved it. I guess he

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was never going to stop, I suppose. We talked about it so many times.

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No, I can go for on for ever, I can. He would jump about and was... It

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was in him, part of him. Everyone seems so lost with him not being

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around the. Dave's family say he will be sadly missed and that a

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bright light has gone out of the racing world. Still to come on the

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programme: a boy band's biggest fan. Jane Fogg's devotion to the band

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knows no bounds. We'll be talking First, Leicester City may have to

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pay Hull City �1 million to get Nigel Pearson out of his contract

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in order to join the Foxes. Sources in Hull are tonight saying Pearson

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burnt his bridges with the Tigers, so he could be left with little

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other choice but to resign. Meanwhile Derby County manager

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Nigel Clough has until 4pm tomorrow to respond to an FA charge of

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misconduct. It relates to an incident during their defeat to

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Peterborough at the weekend. The Rams were 2-0 up but eventually

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lost 3-2 after a goal deep into injury time. One more football line

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from me. Forest striker Dexter Blackstock's return to match action

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after a year out has been put on hold again but we don't think he'll

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mind. He had been due to play a behind the doors friendly at the

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City ground today but had to dash to hospital instead. All down to

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the arrival of his new daughter, Sureya. We wish them both well.

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Rugby now and the Leicester Tigers have a big European cup game this

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weekend in Italy against Aironi. This Heineken Cup is the biggest

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competition in Europe. It kicks off on Saturday and Tigers have a tough

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group including Ulster but for a club like Leicester the season

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starts here. I think so. We had 12 guys away at the World Cup. We've

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had a few injuries as well. We cannot concentrate to worry about

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what has happened in the past. We need to build the momentum to make

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it to Europe. If you think of a top athlete, one

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aiming for a medal at London 2012, you think of someone whose total

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dedication means they deny themselves all sorts of pleasures.

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Well, sometimes, they're allowed to embrace them. Today I went to meet

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Lisa Dobriskey, a middle distance runner, recovering from an

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operation, and enjoying her own special form of stress relief.

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Not an easy few months for Liza Dobriskey. She's working hard to

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reach for fitness. Being laid up and then stuck in the gym has been

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astonishingly frustrating for a woman who is only really happy on

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the truck.. And get a sense of freedom about love being outside

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and just running. It is my favourite thing to do. I wouldn't

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want to do anything else. To have that taken away and not be able to

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do that has been very difficult. You were in rehab, you've been on

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the sofa. What is a deal to do? This is the business that Lisa and

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her husband are invested in. They used to come here to relax but now

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they are in mint... Do you really think chocolate and being an

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athlete go together? I was very grateful to my nutritionist who

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told me that part chocolate, over 70 %, is really beneficial for a

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year. She told me I've got to eat dark chocolate. This place actually

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plays an important role for Lisa in a world where mental strength can

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be everything. Even when you are resting at home, you are thinking

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things through. This is something completely different and if there

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is no relationship to running at all. The question is, can chocolate

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help Lisa get further than her 4th at the Olympics last time out?

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might think I got it wrong tactically. This is the biggest

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opportunity I'll ever have in front of me and I intend to make the rest

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of her it. You have to remember that unlike most of us, however

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much chocolate she eats or drinks, Lisa will be back in the gym

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running it off. Ice hockey and Nottingham Panthers

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report they are now down to the last few hundred of ticket for

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Saturday's clash with Sheffield Steelers at the National Ice Centre.

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Now how big a pop fan are you? Are your walls covered with pictures of

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your favourite stars? Have you queued through the night just to

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get a glimpse of your icon? Well, Jane Fogg from Nottingham is

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such a huge fan of the band Westlife, she's seen them 60 times

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and spent thousands on tattoos. Earlier Jane came in to the studio.

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We asked her why? I love them so much, and passionate

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about them, their music, everything. How long has this been a passion?

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Since 2001. Have you ever met them in the flesh? No. And no, never.

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is an unrequited passion. What you like to meet the? Got, you have.

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How much of your life does it take up? This so that. It has affected

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your private life. My husband gave me the ultimatum, my second husband.

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They are solitary the biggest thing in your life. They us. Tell us

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about your tattoos. What will you have done the next? I would like my

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portraits autographed by the boys. They would do it in pen and I would

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get it touted over the top. They are splitting up, aren't they?

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are, after the tour next Giff. will you do then? I will still love

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them. I shall always love them. said you will spend time at cellar

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records of. Yes, I am. In Manchester, a week on Sunday, I

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will come out all night because they are signing their record. It

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is when their greatest hits comes out. There are 400 wristbands and I

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want from. When it comes to the final gig, are you hoping to be

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there? I am. I've spoken to a radio station this morning in Dublin and

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they have actually given me a two free VIP tickets. I really hope and

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I am sure that they will sign your tattoos. Your dreams will come true,

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I'm convinced of it. If those boys don't know of your name by now,

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there is something wrong. Remembrance Sunday is not looking

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too bad. We will start to see the skies brightening before this

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evening, it is going to turn down overnight. The lovely autumnal

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picture to shave. Thank you to Simon. Gorgeous autumnal colours.

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We've had a lot of cloud. There was the odd glimmer of sunshine at

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times. The cloud will increase again overnight and we will have

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mist and fog as well. It will turn drizzly as the night goes on. A

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small amount of drizzle coming in through the early part of the

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evening. Night-time temperatures dropping to a minimum of nine

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Celsius. Thread the night time and early hours of tomorrow morning, it

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will stay quite damp. Who will hold on to a lot of that cloud. A murky

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starts to Friday. We will still probably hold on to some health fog

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across parts of Derbyshire. The further south we are, still very

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cloudy but drying out a little bit into the afternoon. A breeze which

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is just starting to pick up towards the afternoon as well. Daytime

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temperatures tomorrow reaching a maximum of 13 Celsius. Behind me,

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there is a band of rain which will cross a so that night. There will

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be a cold front coming through. In behind it, there could be a few

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showers around. That is how a Saturday morning is likely to sharp

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-- start. On Sunday morning, it will be a dry day and it will be

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mild as well. This weekend should be quite bright, dry and a little

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