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Kylie Pentelow and Dominic Heale. Our top story tonight: Jail for a

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paedophile who attacked a ten-year- old boy. Shaun Tudor had been

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allowed out of a secure unit near the boy's home. Tonight, an MP

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demands action. The practices that go on within it as something that

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need to be as tight as a drum to make sure that these mistakes

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cannot happen again. In other news: 111 - the number

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that could ease the pressure on A&E. Also tonight, they are honouring

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some very special athletes here in Leicester, they call them the Fab

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Four and the magnificent seven, you can find out why a bit later on in

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the sport. Plus find out why these reindeer

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are the must-have party guests this Good evening and welcome to

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Tuesday's programme. Our main story tonight, health bosses have

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defended their decision to allow a known paedophile to go out alone

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into the community even though he tried to rape a young boy. Shaun

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Tudor sexually assaulted the ten- year-old in woodland while being

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treated at a mental healthcare unit in Rainworth in Nottinghamshire.

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Today a judge jailed Tudor indefinitely. He said he was a

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danger to the public and would probably spend the rest of his life

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The he was a known sex offender who it spent 24 years in secure

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hospitals after assaulting young boys in the 1980s. When Sean to do

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was allowed out unsupervised, he attacked another child -- when

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Shaun Tudor was allowed out. He had become a patient here at St

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Andrew's. The charity run centre had only opened at the end of last

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year, providing services for men with learning disabilities and

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autistic disorders in Secure Units. But Tudor, has Asperger's syndrome,

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had been allowed out eight times and the last time he the third in

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10-year-old boy to these woods. -- he persuaded a 10-year-old boy.

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circumstances surrounding this crime understandably caused his

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victim and their family and the local community to share a sense of

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outrage and deep concern. We share those concerns and we are working

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on a daily basis with the management at St Andrew's to ensure

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that there will be no repetition of such a terrible incident. Much of

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Rainworth is in Mark Spencer's constituency. He asked how this

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could have happened. Internal inquiries were carried out by a St

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Andrew's and they said they had found the decision was appropriate

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at the time but it is now looking at what can be done differently.

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There was emotion in court as tears were shed among the boy's family.

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In a statement, they said they were devastated by what had happened and

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had been forced to leave the area. They feel let down by a system that

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would ever have let such a man walk and checked in their community.

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As we mentioned there, Mark Spencer is one of the local MPs covering

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Rainworth and has taken a close interest in this case, and he's

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recently visited the St Andrew's healthcare unit. I asked him what

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he'd been told about why Shaun Tudor was allowed out.

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I think there's an acknowledgement that that was clearly a mistake and

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should not have happened and that is where we are but you cannot turn

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the clock back now, we must make sure it never happens again. What

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were your impressions of the unit when he went there? I have to say,

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it did seem quite professional -- when you went there. They had

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genuine concerns about the mistakes that were made. Ice feel a little

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bit more reassured, -- I feel. We need to do more work around the

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community about the levels of risk and trust. Is it just a case of

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better communication to put people's mind at ease? I think the

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unit have looked at what happened and they have assured me that those

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mistakes have been tidied up and that it won't happen again. But it

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is one thing to say it, we now have to be reassured that it will

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definitely be the case. You think this could happen again than?

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truth is I don't really know. We just need to keep the pressure on

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them and make sure they can keep us a short that it will not happen

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again. -- keep us reassured that it will not happen again. I do not

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know how these things are operated on a day to day basis and may have

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got high rates of data protection and confidentiality and things like

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that. I am still fairly concerned but I think things have improved a

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little bit. His St Andrew's just in the wrong place? -- es que St -- es

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St Andrew's in the wrong place? need to make sure these mistakes

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cannot happen again. I am sure you will agree that this must have

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caused huge concern to your constituents.

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Indeed and my heart goes out to the victim and the family that have

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gone through this. It is terrifying to farmers around base that things

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like this can happen. -- to families around this. We must

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ensure that things must improve and that it cannot happen again.

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Still to come on the programme, 82 reasons to support Children In Need.

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It's the number of projects in the East Midlands which have benefited

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from your generosity in raising funds last year. We'll tell you

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more about this one, later in the The Independent Police Complaints

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Commission is to investigate a car crash in which a 26-year-old man

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died. It happened at around 11pm last night in Calverton near

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Nottingham. The man had been driving a stolen car and was being

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followed by police. He suffered serious injuries and died later in

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hospital. More than 100 knives have been

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handed into police during the first two weeks of an amnesty. The knives

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and several swords were surrendered at police stations in Derby and

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will now be destroyed. Officers hope it has stopped them falling

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into the wrong hands. Police in Leicester have issued a

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warning after a man claiming to be from the council tried to con five

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pensioners into giving him money. The Thurnby Lodge residents, some

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of whom were in their nineties, were all approached by a man who

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told them their boilers needed fixing. He's described as being

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white with short brown hair and with a number of teeth missing. The

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council says its workers will always ring people first to arrange

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a visit. Next tonight, we hear a lot about

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pay cuts and pay freezes these days. But for one group of workers,

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there's news tonight of a pre- Christmas pay rise. Leicester's De

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Montfort University has announced it's to pay some of its staff a so-

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called "living wage". From Leicester, here's our political

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David Miliband congratulates demand for's Vice Chancellor, the former

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Foreign Secretary was talking to staff about a living wage.

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ideas are that without recourse to a living wage, you are able to buy

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a everything to support your family. This person is one of several staff

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to benefit from the University's commitment to the living wage

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campaign. To be told I am getting the basic pay rise straight away

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his great just before Christmas. �7.20 per hour, this wage is higher

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than the statutory minimum wage and takes into account other living

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costs. Prices are increasing every day. With the cost of rent and

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petrol, it is not good enough really. David Miliband says other

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employers should follow the University's lead. The have got

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Joshi's to make about the distribution of rewards. How much

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goes to there is blessed -- they have got choices to make.

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Government is not keen and one business organisation,

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Leicestershire's Chamber of Commerce, said it is up to

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individual employers whether it wants to top up the national

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minimum wage to A-level David Miliband would regard as a living

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A catchy little number for you now, one that's supposed to be easy to

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remember. It's 111, and 1.5 million people in the East Midlands can now

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use it. It's the number of a free NHS helpline designed to provide

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the right care for patients from the moment they make the call. It's

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not available to everyone yet, but by 2013 it will be. Our health

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correspondent Rob Sissons reports. Call 111 when it is less urgent

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than 999. From minor injuries unit to walk-in centres and GPs and A&E.

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Never have there been so many ways to access health care services. But

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not everybody is ending up at the right place the first time. 111 is

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vital to help people get navigated through the system. We don't want

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people unnecessarily being dispatched for ambulances. Nurses

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are on call it through the 111 service to get them in the right

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place. It is being rolled out right across the East Midlands.

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Callers will be able to use the 111 service to navigate round the

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system by next year in Derby and Derbyshire. Nottinghamshire will be

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last aboard in 2013. John in Derbyshire knows his

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numbers including 111. His family, one of the first to use it, after

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he fainted. Much better than the old way of ringing up and somebody

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ringing you back and it would be in an indeterminate time before a

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doctor Rinsey. It is the idea to ease pressure off A&E. It can help

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a St the more poorly people who we can help properly.

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These adverts recreate the strange stories that have happened, from

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the dog that has had too much to eat. What has happened? He has

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swallowed a golf ball. He swallowed a Rubik's cube a few months back.

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To the women in casualty worried about their image. What are you in

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for? I could not go on the board with these!

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Certainly where you have severe chest pains and other severe

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medical complaints, most people understand that you ring 999.

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world of passwords, PIN numbers and personal data, it is another number

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to remember that when the NHS wants A Derbyshire woman is about to

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embark on the trip of a lifetime, skiing to the South Pole. Tomorrow,

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Bryony Baylen flies out to start the 700-mile trek in temperatures

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of 40 degrees below freezing. Along with months of training, she's also

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had to put on three stone to help her body cope. Quentin Rayner has

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Over months of training, Bryony Baylen has built herself up.

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Tomorrow she flies out to start a 700 mile trek to the South Pole.

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She skiing across ice and snow with five others and has a strict

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schedule. If you're not constantly on your guard about things like

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your clothing and make sure you stay hydrated, it is easy to make

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mistakes. This is a very difficult expedition. Somebody who's record

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Bryony's trying to break knows it is such a challenge. If you have

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got blitzes planning, you have got wiped out conditions, you can get

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easily lost so you have to be careful with navigation --

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blizzards blowing. You got to make sure you're going in the right

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direction all the Times. She will be away for two months and the

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family had their Christmas mail on Sunday. A lot of technical items

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were on her wish list. Possibly because I am the youngest on the

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trip, I have got lots of electricals. I have got satellite

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phones, the G Ps unit, a camcorder, a compact camera, a kindle because

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I like reading. Nobody else is prepared for this more than her and

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the team she is going with. We are confident she will get there and I

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will be counting the days until she is back. She is one of only too --

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two women in the group. We have all got the common goal and I am told

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that I will gain an extra four dads and it looks like they are looking

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out for me! They hope to reach the South Pole on January 17th. If they

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do, Bryony will be the youngest We will let you know how she gets

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People with disabilities in Derby may have to pay for their blue

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parking badges. The city council is considering charging �10 to issue a

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permit. Earlier this year, the Government introduced reforms to

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the blue badge scheme. That included a new design to prevent

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fraud. The council is deciding if they should charge money to cover

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their costs. The number of people applying

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online for secondary school places in Leicester has risen to 96%. Last

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year just over half of applications were made on the internet. The

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county council says not having to post as many letters this year has

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saved them �2,500. Parents will also be able to find out online if

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their application has been Best of luck with that.

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Children In Need is just three days away and currently it's supporting

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82 projects right here in the East Midlands. One of them is at the

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Lenton Centre in Nottingham where the money is used to find after-

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school and holiday activities for children living in an inner city

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area. The aim is keep the children safe, off the streets and also to

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inspire them to achieve more in their lives. Karen Winchester went

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along to a half-term playscheme and was shown around by two of the

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Welcome to the Lenton Centre in Nottingham. And this week we are at

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this place again. I and nine years old and I come here every day when

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it is on. Hello, I am 12 and this This is my school here and This Is

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My playground where I can play a lot of basketball and other sports

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A lot of young people in this area are in single parent families or

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broken up families and we try to keep a nice balance of male and

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female staff so they can see role- models and try to raise aspirations

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for young people, to look beyond the confines of the area. There's

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loads of different things to do and it changes so it never gets boring.

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If they were not here, they would be out on the street and nowadays

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it is that little bit more dangerous. There is a local drug

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gang and they are trying to recruit young people so we try to keep them

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away from that. It gives young people somewhere in formal and

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different from school where they can relax. We like to have a lot of

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volunteers and a good relationship with all the adults. It is

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important because people can learn stuff here and you can make lots of

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stuff and people can do things they have never done before. I am making

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On a scale of 1 to 10, I think Children In Need coming here... It

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has to be 10! The power of Pudsey And now our reporter for the sport

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is in Leicester. I am here for a special reason, not

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a new Leicester City manager, that the saga will drive on a bit longer

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by the looks of it. We are here because the city is honouring its

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special Olympians. They take part in the Special Olympics. Leicester

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has got a link, it posted it a couple of years ago and now it

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athletes have come back with a host of medals from the Special Olympics

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in Athens and the global games, they happened in Italy. Let's talk

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to some of the key players. The host, it is being held at De

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Montfort University, the deputy vice chancellor is David Wilson.

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Why are you honouring these athletes here? The Special Olympics

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have been a pivotal event in the light of the city in recent years

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and it is a pleasure to be part of a process here at school might to

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celebrate success. Success in terms of the huge tremendous profile that

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the athletes have given the City and their tremendous achievements.

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These are people who have got themselves out and flourished and

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it is great to be part of a celebration. Absolutely, let's talk

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to one of those athletes, Christina Lewis is here. Show us your medals.

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What are they for? Swimming. How do you feel when you are Liverpool?

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Good. What does it do for you? -- when you are in the swimming pool?

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You got two bronzes and a silver? Rebecca Adlington watch out! Yeah!

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What a sharp is one of the coaches and coaches basketball. What do the

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young people get out of this? get self-esteem, and coaching in a

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sport. Who would believe that some of them can achieve the result they

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are achieving? They gain the skill that they are achieving also. Like

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every sport. Very well done to you for coaching these people through

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it. You are welcome. Back here in just a second, we have got another

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young when to speak about. A couple of other bits of sports news as

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well. Derby County have signed Mansfield

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defender Tom Naylor on loan until the end of the year. The 20-year-

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old could move permanently if things work out, he had a trial

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with the Rams back in September. And also here in Leicester, Tigers

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head coach Richard Cockerill has said that he's not talked to Wales

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defence coach Shaun Edwards about a role at the club. Edwards is keen

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to work part-time at a Premiership side and newspaper reports suggest

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Leicester are favourites. speculation is that Sean can do

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this and Leicester have got the worst defence, we would bring

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anybody in to defend it either on the medical side or the rugby side.

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We are looking at our stuff all the time, our defence has not been the

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best. The year before it was the best in the competition.

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Back here at De Montford, a very swift word with another of the

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guests of honour. Patrick Cox, tell us a bit about what you do. I won

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these two medals. How good was it to be part of that? It was my first

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international tournament so form a... And it was my birthday when we

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were away so it was two quality to win a medal. You are thinking about

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being a Paralympian. We are about to introduce another of the an

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amazing people in the running for the Unsung Hero of 2011. Down to

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the final three, and Patrick, tonight's finalist was very

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important to you. Tonight's finalist comes from right here in

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Mike Smith is the kind of man that usually does not get any glory in

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sport. Without his admin work, clubs like this just would not be

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the same. He has worked hard and prose us and our sport to the full.

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He gives all this time solely to develop his sport of table tennis,

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to anybody who will enjoy it. has developed the junior table

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tennis league in Leicestershire and spends hours upon hours organising

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and managing it. It doesn't matter whether it is e-mails at night,

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meeting's first thing in the morning, events at the weekend, he

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has always been there and he is always dedicated. An absolute

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inspiration in the junior league which started six years ago with

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five teams and now it is 28 teams and that is all down to Mike.

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Because of his dedicated work with schools and clubs, more youngsters

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have had the opportunity to take up the sport and go on to compete.

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great thing is just seeing the players play, whatever standard

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they are. I cannot imagine how people could not get pleasure from

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the sport and it is great to give people those opportunities on a

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sport for all places. He is also heavily involved with disability

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table-tennis, right up to international level. One of his big

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success stories is Patrick Cox who this year won a gold at the Special

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Olympics. The reason I started table tennis itself is him so I

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would not have been where I am And from Kirsty's report to here in

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Leicester, Patrick Cox in the front row. Another of one of our

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potential unsung heroes. The winner is announced on our sports awards

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on Thursday. They have all been enjoying themselves here, haven't

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Looks like a great gathering. Well done to everybody there.

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It seems no fashionable gathering is complete without them. They are

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the ultimate party animal and when they're not out and about, the

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reindeer are relaxing at a farm in Leicestershire. And they've become

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so popular for festive get- togethers, one internet search

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engine says that they're getting more hits than Father Christmas. We

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sent Carol Hinds to meet them. I are hot to trot, whether at a

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party or a wedding or switching on Christmas lights. This reindeer

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herd is making a name for itself as the perfect party animal. Whether

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they are adult or children, they look at them and want to know all

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about them, their age and personality, and they want to see

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how they fly, that comes into it as More people tonight than ever

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before, must have been the reindeer! They have met the

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football team from Manchester City, and David Cameron. The celebrities

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are more fazed by then. You would normally find these animals either

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on grassy plains or the forests of northern Europe but since moving to

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Leicestershire, they have adapted to the party life. After they have

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eaten a little, they will lie down and rest at a party. That works

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well because the public like that, you can see how contented there are

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four stop unlike the celebrities, they do not take hours to get ready

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They only need some red livery and they are ready for a quick

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changeover. They are just Christmas. The herd has a packed diary over

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the next few weeks, its last appearance will be on Christmas Eve

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and after that, they will let a certain red-nosed reindeer lead the

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central part of the festive fun. They are so cute! And now for a

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look at the weather. Will there be Terrible! We have had lovely, sunny

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skies across the East Midlands across most of the day after a bit

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of a cloudy start but we will keep hold of the clear skies and under

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which we will see the temperatures dropping, quite chilly but the

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cloud comes in later on. We have had some great pictures of the

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mushrooms and toadstools including these fungus in Mansfield. Send us

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an e-mail with those if you would like to send yours in. With the

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pressure chart, we can see a series of fronts working in from the

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Atlantic and the high pressure is still blocking them. We should see

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some dry and Sonny weather to come. The temperatures will drop quite

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chilly for a time and then the cloud works its way in and it will

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trap in the cold air. A bit of Mr developing in the morning but that

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should Clear And the cloud should break -- a bit of mist developing.

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Sunny spells from the east as we go through the day and temperatures

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not doing too badly, 11 degrees is your maximum. Thursday is a similar

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picture with a cloudy start followed by a sunny breaks

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