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This is East Midlands Today with Anne Davies and me Quentin Rayner.

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Tonight, silent remembrance. Armistice Day is marred by

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communities across the East Midlands. It is moving to see.

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tonight: farewell to a mother and her two children, found dead in

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their home. Plus the number of people homeless

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in a Nottingham is rising. Find out how I cope to sleeping rough for a

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night. And his nickname, the matchstick

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man painter, the new exhibition is Good evening, welcome to Friday's

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programme. On this day the guns fell silent as

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the Great War finally ended, and silence was observed today, 93

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years on. Armistice Day was made all the more

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memorable this year because the date is 11/11/11. Thousands of

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people across the East Midlands came together to commemorate it,

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young and old to remember those who For some, today was especially

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poignant. At Nottinghamshire's Chetwynd Barracks they remembered a

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former comrade who was killed in Afghanistan just two days ago.

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And at the same time hundreds of soldiers from the East Midlands

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fell silent at their bases in Helmand Province. Our Social

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Affairs Correspondent, Jeremy Ball, is at Nottingham's Victoria

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Embankmant. Yes, most of us grew up in the days

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when remembrance was all about two historical world wars. A tribute to

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the fading names on these old war memorials. But the recent conflicts

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in Iraq and Afghanistan have changed all that. Now, for some,

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it's about remembering close friends.

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At the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month, they stopped and

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Today, there was a new name on the war memorial at Jutland barracks.

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Matthew Thornton lost his life just two days ago. Private Thornton was

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an army reservist who trained at this camp. He was killed by an

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improvised bomb. There are colleagues of hours. It is a

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personal day for us and we can pay tribute to those who made the

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ultimate sacrifice. Of high seas are made people processing through

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our organisation. -- I see so many. Many of the soldiers here have

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served in Afghanistan or Iraq and some have lost several friends.

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when people are losing lives and you are there, you see grown men

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cry. It really is moving to see. I've lost friends and colleagues,

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who I have served with, and it is that time way you go and reflect

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upon these guys and say they deserve at least two minutes to

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remember them. A several hundred soldiers from the East Midlands

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have just gone back out to the Helmand province. Today, they were

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remembering a young private shot dead on patrol just last week.

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the comrades who have fallen, we always feel for the family and

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friends. We hope that they are coping as well as they can through

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these bad times. But also keeping their chins up. We are remembering

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them ourselves. These two short minutes of silence mean so much

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when you have been to war, a tribute to fallen friends who will

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never be forgotten. There'll be more remembrance events

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on Sunday. Here and at towns and villages across the East Midlands.

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To remember those who lost their lives in the two world wars and in

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conflicts that are still going on today.

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Train services between London and Nottinghamshire are slowly getting

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back to normal after major problems earlier. A signalling problem at

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Hendon had halted all services between St Pancras and Luton.

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Engineers have now repaired the fault. But East Midlands Trains

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says some delays are still likely tonight.

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Thieves have stolen Derby's Christmas lights which were due to

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be switched on next week. They were being kept in storage at Markeaton

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Park, together with cabling and tools worth more than �20,000. The

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city council says its desperately trying to find replacements lights.

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Still to come: we look forward to the weekend's sport.

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A and the big countdown is on. It will be Children in Need a week

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today but will we be shivering with cold temperatures or is it going to

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be mild like the weekend? I'll have the weather at the end of the

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The funerals have taken place of a mother and her two children who

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were found dead at their home in Leicester.

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The congregation was told that the lives of Joy Wathall and her young

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son and daughter, had ended too early. The BBC was specifically

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asked to attend. United in death as they were in

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life. Under a grey overcast skies, family and friends came together to

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remember them. The three were found dead at their home in Leicester in

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February. Police believe the children's father killed Joy and

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the children before taking his own life. The family were due to return

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to their home city of Sheffield but never made it. Disputes within the

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family have meant the funerals have only now taken place. Flowers,

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photographs and teddies were placed on top of the three coffins. During

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the emotional service, tributes were paid to the three. Eric

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Clapton's Tears in Heaven was played. Family and friends were

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told their lives ended too early. They are an outrage. She was a

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lovely person, always there for us. They are up there. A if you look at

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the worst day in your life and magnified by 110, that is how bad

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it has been. It has been a constant nightmare. It is in my mind all the

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time. I did not expect to bury my daughter and grand kids. Inquests

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into the deaths are due to be held in January.

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Next tonight, unravelling the mysterious death in a river.

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Detectives are trying to trace a shotgun that was used to inflict

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fatal wounds on a man found dead in the River Trent in Nottinghamshire.

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At the moment, officers don't believe Peter Nuttall was murdered,

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but they desperately want to trace the weapon.

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The superintendent winter leads me to the sport in Nottinghamshire

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where Peter Nuttall was discovered last month. The 44 year-old roofer

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from tax food had been missing for three days. His car was found in a

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nearby car park. Some fishermen saw something in the water, they were

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not sure what it was. We were called and the police came along

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and we found his body at this spot. Mr Nuttall had suffered a shotgun

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wound to the head. He had previously held a shotgun licence.

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Officers say at the moment, there is nothing to suggest any foul play.

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But searches of the riverbank and river bed have failed to find the

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shotgun used. A for full facts are not explained and we need to be

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able to explain those. -- the full facts. We need to be able to

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explain them to the coroner, the family and the public because we

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don't want people to be worried, thinking they could come to some

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harm. We need to get to the bottom of where this fire Amis. Mr Nuttall

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was known to the police but not the subject of any ongoing

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investigation. Anyone with information about the gun for his

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movement's leading up to his death, is urged to contact police.

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A 14-year-old girl from Leicester, who's fighting leukaemia for the

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third time, is appealing for a bone marrow donor to save her life.

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Bethany Mickelburgh is urging people to attend a special clinic

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her family has organised at the Leicester Tigers stadium tomorrow.

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A lot of people have been very kind. Supportive. A Bethany has been

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overwhelmed by support. Her message is simple. Come to Leicester Tigers

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tomorrow and you might save her life. It is so simple, or you've

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got to do is spit in a spot. It would be a privilege if you could

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be a donor. It is a simple, for our procedure with no operation

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required. TV personalities are among those keeping her spirits up.

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Her sister has been instrumental in setting up social networks sides as

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her family campaign to find a match. Have we got enough coming in?

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need more. Since finding out one month ago that Bethany had elapsed

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for a second time, the family have organised a special clinic for

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anyone aged between 18 and 40 to register as a possible donor at

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Welford Road. She is a quiet young girl but has an inner determination.

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That is why people have taken her to their hearts. This event on

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Saturday, if they come along, and they are a match for her, it is a

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simple procedure. It is just like donating blood. There is one little

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girl that would very much appreciate that. About 100 family

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and friends have been kept busy distributing thousands of the

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floods. Team that Bethany was out in force at the Leicester City home

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games last week -- last weekend. The family is all too aware that

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time is of the essence but remain ever hopeful.

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Don't forget, it could be you who is the match!

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It's grim - the reaction of one of our Euro MPs to describe the latest

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crisis in the eurozone. Today Glenis Willmott met Italians

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living in the East Midlands to discuss the economic whirlwind

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that's engulfed their country. It is lunchtime for this Italian

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family in Derby but it is the economic crisis in Italy that is

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proving difficult to stomach. Everybody is against Berlusconi so

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now I say, he has gone, and we will see what the others do, if they are

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better or worse. Arriving in Derby, you're MP Dennis Willmott has just

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returned from Brussels. -- Glenys. She is heading for an Italian

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restaurant, aptly-named the European. She asked restaurant

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staff about their reaction. Many young people cannot find a job. It

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is like that are everywhere. A it has dominated the ITV News all week

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but what is the reaction from non- Italians? -- it has dominated.

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we make clothes for the Italians, it is the knock-on effect for our

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people. It is scary, really scary because there are 1 million people

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from aged 16 to 24 without jobs. asked the Euro MP why the Italian

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crisis matters so much to us. is one of our biggest markets, the

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eurozone is a big market. Anything that impacts on the euro as an

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impact on us. If Italy fails, then we will have massive problems in

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the UK. We've already got rising unemployment. We don't want to make

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it any worse. The restaurant manager catches up on of the latest

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news. His verdict? Don't worry. Italians always find something, an

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idea. They will get through it. They can do it if they want. With

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political change under way in Italy, these Italians in Derby have

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something to drink too. And there will be more political

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news from the region in the Politics Show this Sunday. Here's

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Marie Ashby. A Tory leader attacks Labour and

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Conservative councils for diverting government money meant for housing.

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And the lawyer who is taking the government to court over its

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decision to half what consumers get for selling renewable energy to the

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National Grid. So that's the Politics Show at the

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later time of3.10pm this Sunday. Now, imagine replacing your brick

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walls and central heating with a sleeping bag and a cardboard box.

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The Nottingham charity Framework deals with 8,000 homeless people

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every year and says the number of people sleeping rough in the city

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has almost doubled since June. Last night those figures went sky

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high as 300 people slept out in the city to raise money for the charity.

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Amongst them our reporter Tom Brown. First is the Big Sleep Out, an

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annual fund-raising event for a couple give up their home comforts

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and spend the night in a cardboard box on the streets of Nottingham.

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And tonight, I'm going to be one of them. People care about the welfare

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of others and third come together tonight to demonstrate that. He can

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see people who are participating, building their shelters, joining in.

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Words cannot describe how fantastic that feels. I am excited. Anxious

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and excited actually. 12 hours, it's not much, is it? And it is

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people like this that tonight's event aims to help. Andy spent two

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weeks sleeping rough in Nottingham before being found by framework.

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Now he has a new home and a new job but the memories of what it is like

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to have to speak on the streets will stay with him forever.

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worst part about it is feeling like a total at cast from society. It is

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horrible, lonely, it gets depressing, you are having to fight

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with depression yourself and keep It is coming up to 1am and the mood

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up to feed Big Sleep Out has changed. The bans have stopped

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playing, even my cameraman has left me behind and people are trying to

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get some sleep. It will be interesting. Within the

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organisation facing serious cuts, events like this have never been

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more important. The charity wants to make �35,000 from tonight. This

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could pay for two new employees or provide numerous training courses

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to help get people off the streets and into work. The sea about is not

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just about raising money. It is also about raising awareness. --

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the sleep out. People have to sleep on the streets every night and it

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is a big shock. It is cold, windy, the cardboard managed to fence it

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off. I couldn't do it again. That was the sleep out. I've had two

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hours' sleep and World Cup shivering in my sleeping bag. There

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are people in Nottingham you have to do this every single night. It

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is an awareness of that fact that tonight has all been about. Now it

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is time for me to leave my cardboard box and get a cup of tea.

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If you are homeless, you don't necessarily get a cup of tea.

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Plenty more to look forward to in the programme: including a new side

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to LS Lowry. The match-stick man painter was also a dab hand at

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portraits as well as impressive Happier homes and a better future,

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that's what experts say parenting classes are giving to families in

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Nottinghamshire. Early intervention by a super nanny

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is really helping parents who're struggling to cope with their

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For year-old Harrison is letting us know he is here. Being a parent can

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be a tough job for anyone but relationship break-ups and other

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problems adds to the pressure. because he wants to get the praise

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as well because he is hearing you've praising their full. Anna

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has been labelled a super nanny. The advice is making life easier.

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Hopefully they will calm down. Things will get better. I've

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noticed coming here I've learnt a lot and used that at home. I am

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finding things are getting better. We are picking families up now that

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initially may have been on a parenting protection plan from

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social care. Instead of... They make good progress but they still

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need support. The sessions involve discussion, videos and tips like

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ignoring bad behaviour and tantrums when it is safe to do so. They come

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to be and they say, can I have it? Then I ignore the problem and then

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he will come down. The hope is that these children will grow up in

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happier homes and have a better future as a result.

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They look like happy bunnies, most of them.

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Time for sport and it is a big weekend for rugby.

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Yes, it is Heineken Cup time. The most prestigious competition in

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European club rugby and it gets underway tonight. The Heineken Cup

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is a tournament that has propelled rugby onto a entirely different

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plane. So earlier Angela was with the Leicester Tigers as they jetted

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off to Italy. A chance for the Tigers to put

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their Premiership woes to one side for the weekend and focus instead

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on the biggest prize in European rugby, the opposition this weekend

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from Italy. Nobody from Leicester is taking anything for granted.

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got nothing to lose, they will throw everything at us. They are a

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very difficult side, they have got some good international players.

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They have some very good foreign South Africa us. They will be a

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tough test and if we are not accurate and committed, they will

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cause us problems. The Tigers have had a difficult start to the

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domestic campaign. Leicester rewrote Heineken Cup history with

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back-to-back titles. How they would love to do that again. We have not

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been as successful as we would have liked over the last few years. We

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will start afresh. It is probably a little bit refreshing from what has

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been a disappointing start to the domestic season. We know we've got

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a good squad, a good team. Everyone's in a positive frame of

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mind. We must do our best. Eight to one of the odds for the Tigers to

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lift the trophy again this season. The team and they are legion of

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travelling fans will certainly hope the campaign gets off to his flying

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start. -- a flying start. Onto football and it must be make or

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break this weekend for Leicester in their battle to bring back manager

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Nigel Pearson. It is day seven of the saga and it seems Leicester can

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just not agree compensation with Pearson's current club Hull.

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Tonight we are even hearing a whisper that Leicester may be

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forced to look elsewhere. Meanwhile at Derby County manager

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Nigel Clough has been fined �2,000 after he admitted an FA charge of

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improper conduct. It was in relation to an incident during

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Derby's match at Peterborough last weekend.

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Well, no Championship football tomorrow because of the

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International break but it is an important weekend for our teams in

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the first round proper of the FA Cup. A special mention for Alfreton

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Town who play League One opponents Carlisle and of course Hinckley

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United who have a good record in the cup. They're at home to

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Tamworth. Notts County host Accrington Stanley.

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Well, we started with a big match in rugby, we finish with a big

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match in ice hockey. The biggest rivalry in the sport will play out

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in front of what's expected to be a sell out crowd at the National Ice

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Centre. A little earlier Colin went to get a preview.

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It is all pretty quiet class act -- at the National Ice Centre at

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minute. Tomorrow, the place will be packed for the Panthers against the

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Sheffield Steelers. It is the big rivalry in the ice hockey. You know

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what this means. It is going to be extremely lively. Sheffield and

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Nottingham are totally intense. Am looking forward to it. Brandon, you

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one utility in for this season but you've been around. You've been in

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Belfast. He must have picked up stories around the league as to how

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intense the scan been forced to definitely. I've played in the

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league for the last couple tears. You hear about the rivalry and have

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experienced the place now. I can imagine now how much it will

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escalate. Do you pick up divide? Definitely. You feed off the farms.

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-- the fans. You get the feeling this is going to get the season

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going. Definitely. It is time to get the league going and there is

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no better time than tomorrow to do that. There are refused tickets

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left. -- a few tickets left. It will be intense.

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Good luck to the Panthers and for Tigers this weekend.

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Now did you know that despite his huge success as a painter, LS Lowry

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stuck at his job as a debt- collector all his working life?

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And although he'll always be associated with his match-stick men

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and industrial scenes, a new exhibition in Nottingham aims to

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From the Lancashire mills to the stylised images of workers, many of

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the paintings in this new exhibition depict the industrial

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world that became his hallmark. As the team at the Arts Centre and

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pack 90 of his works of art, they are hoping to show another side to

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the painter, one who was drawn to landscapes and striking portraits.

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There was an incredible variety of subject matter. He is more than the

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artist at the Lancashire mills. We are hoping people will come and go

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away with a much broader idea of what his work is. The exhibition

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spans the 1920s to the post-war era when his popularity rose. Despite

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this, many critics dubbed him an amateur. An image which Neil is

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hoping to is a spell. While some of these works have been loaned by

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galleries like the Tate, many have come from private collections which

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means they will not have been seen by the public for years. It is like

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Christmas. It always is, it is very exciting when you've just been

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working with things. Some of these pictures I will have seen in it the

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usual homes but a lot I have not seen before. The excitement of

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taking things out of their crates and out of their wrapping and

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seeing them for the first time is incredible force of the exhibition

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will open to the public next Wednesday and the gallery hopes it

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will please enthusiasts and shared a new light on this well known

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artist. And beautiful, aren't they? I had

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no idea they were so huge. Lots of bark at -- around at the

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moment, Leonardo da Vinci at the I think we will get to see a little

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bit of sunshine as well and hopefully it will feel milder

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because it did feel quite raw today with all the cloud. This picture

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really does depict the weather today. At Rutland Water, you can

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hardly see the water. Please keep your pictures coming in depicting

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the weather. It is always great to see them. We've got a lot of cloud

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with us at the moment. It was drizzling this afternoon as I drove

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into work. The card will increase further because we've got a band of

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rain working its way in from the West. That will cross us overnight,

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becoming heavy and persistent for a time. Leaving us with a lot of

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cloud tonight and a few showers following on behind as well. A

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minimum temperature of nine Celsius. Saturday morning is going to start

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off quite cloudy. We will still see a few showers for the early morning

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on Saturday. Gradually into the afternoon, the skies to start to

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brighten again. Daytime temperatures tomorrow just a very

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gentle breeze, should reach 15 Celsius. Feeling better but we do

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cloud over through the evening on Saturday. There is a warm friend

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working its way northwards overnight. That will produce some

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drizzle and also quite a bit of clout on Sunday morning. If you are

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going to a service on Remembrance Sunday, the cloud will take its

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time to clear forced to pick it clear that all on Sunday. We hope

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to see an improvement into the afternoon. It will become windy you.

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-- windy. On Monday, there is high pressure to the east and low

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pressure to the West. The cloud will continue to increase again,

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