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

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Pentelow. Our top story tonight: More young people join the queue

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for jobs. I will be reporting from the town with the unwanted

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reputation of being the toughest in the country for young people to get

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a job. Also, why at Leicester's elected

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mayor is in line for a �44,000 pay rise.

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Plus, while these guys are learning about literacy here, their mothers

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are having their lessons next door. And why this stylish Stilton is

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putting the Midas touch into meal Good evening and welcome to

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Wednesday's programme. First tonight, there's been a steep rise

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in the number of young people out of work here in the East Midlands.

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But that headline doesn't tell the whole story. The latest jobs

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figures suggest that our region is bucking the national trend, with no

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increase in overall unemployment. Let's get more on this now from our

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political Editor, John Hess, who's in Kirkby, in Ashfield, for us

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tonight. I'm inside the offices of Connexions in Kirkby, in Ashfield.

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This is where young adults can get advice on skills training, to help

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get them into work. But this area of Nottinghamshire is also one of

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the toughest areas in the country for young people to find a job.

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The search for a job stars here. Amie and Ricky want to learn, so

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they have come to this employment advice centre in Ashfield. I have

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been looking for any job for about six months. Anything. Office work,

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retail. With my sort of degree, the best sector would be the public

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sector, but with budget cuts, it is even harder. There are now around

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187,000 at people out of work in the East Midlands. The number of

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young people is 34,000, up 16% on this time last year. Ashfield also

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had one of the highest increases in youth on employment. That is why

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Labour's Shadow Work and Pensions Minister, Liam Byrne, came to talk

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to these young workers. Introduce another tax on the banks, to create

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5,500 jobs, to get these people into work. If you are out of work,

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the longer you are out and the less experience you have, it becomes a

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vicious circle. Today, the Government responded by increasing

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the number of places on apprenticeship schemes. If my

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message to young people is that with the right help and support,

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there are opportunities for you. We having work-experience scheme which

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helps place people on to a work scheme. It helps them back into

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work, off benefits quickly after leaving the scheme, often staying

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with the same employer. That is the coalition hope. More intensive help

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to get young people into the world of work.

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So, John, what has the Government got in mind to get young people

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into work? Well, the Business Secretary, Vince Cable, today

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announced a cash incentive of �1,500 to help small firms recruit

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their first young apprentice. He reckons that might support up to

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20,000 new apprenticeships next year. In return, the employers will

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be required to offer training in maths and English up to GCSE

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standard. This is quite surprising. Next tonight, the row over how much

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we pay one of our elected mayors. Sir Peter Soulsby, the Mayor of

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Leicester, could be in line for a �44,000 pay rise. It comes at a

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time of major cutbacks in council services. From Leicester, Simon

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Hare reports. Leicester City Council have been

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due to hold a press briefing here at the Town Hall this afternoon to

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explain changes to how much its elected mayor and others are paid.

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But after this appeared in the local paper, that meeting was

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cancelled. We have now seen a copy of the pay proposals for ourselves,

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put forward by an independent panel. They say Peter Soulsby's salary

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should rise from �56,000 a year to �100,000. The mayor is responsible

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for 16,000 employees who have �1 billion a year in budget and look

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after 300,000 people. On that basis, we believe that it is an

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appropriate salary. All of the people of the city are being told

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their services are going to be cut. We are in a very difficult

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situation but this just shows we are not all in it together. Earlier

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this year, Peter Soulsby talked to East Midlands today about his

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salary. Will some of your -- that salary come to you? The commitment

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time made during the election campaign and that I have repeated

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made times since is that this is about making significant savings,

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not just in the senior executive salary, but making sure their

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savings go back to where they belong in frontline services. If

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tonight, Peter Soulsby said the issue of his pay would now not be

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discussed at a meeting of councillors next week. In order for

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the new -- renumeration panel to explain their proposals further.

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Still to come on the programme, Pearson at the King Power Stadium.

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It was quite a long courtship. We'll be talking to the new manager

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of Leicester City later. And we are waiting to see what the

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sunshine will do. Find out more later.

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Two weeks today will see the biggest strike this country has

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seen since 1926. 3 million public sector workers are expected to walk

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out over job cuts and changes to their pensions. The Government says

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it's made concessions, and with talks still ongoing, the action is

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premature and damaging. Meanwhile, at a rally in our region today, a

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union leader put forward an alternative to David Cameron's cuts

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strategy, as Quentin Rayner reports. As June strikes showed, the union's

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argument about pension changes are well rehearsed. There is a public

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sector workers will have to work longer, pay more and receive less.

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A lunchtime rally in Nottingham was addressed by the leader of the

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Public and Commercial Services Union, which has 14,000 members in

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the East Midlands. He told them investment in jobs and services was

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some ways of avoiding the cuts. alternative is that we have �123

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billion of a voided and evaded tax in this country, usually from

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corporations and rich people, and the Government should try to get

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that tax in rather than cutting the living standards of hard-pressed

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public sector workers. Between them, Ian Lawther and Wendy Turner have

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20 years of experience. They have calculated how much Ian will lose.

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I have to pay over �800 a year more and I will lose �2,600 a year more

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and that is because of the switch from RPI to see p 5. How do you

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feel about it? Absolutely horrified. It is theft. I cannot afford to

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lose pay but if the strike goes ahead and if these cuts go ahead, I

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will be losing a day's pay every day of my life.

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A 46-year-old detective sergeant with Nottinghamshire Police has

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been charged with rape. Trevor Gray is accused of raping a 43-year-old

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woman while he was off duty. He was suspended in July and is on police

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bail. He'll appear in court next Wednesday.

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A man is in intensive care after being overcome by gas while mixing

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chemicals. He was found unconscious at a house on Brighton Road, at

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Alvaston, in Derby last night. People were moved from 12

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neighbouring homes for two hours as a precaution. Enquiries are

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continuing into the chemicals involved.

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Police are advising residents near a factory fire to keep their

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windows and doors shut. A factory on the Draycott rolled -- Draycott

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road are alight. Children with disabilities who

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repeatedly suffer chest infections are now being offered more support

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at home. An award-winning project is helping 35 families across

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Nottinghamshire. It's said to be saving the NHS money by reducing

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emergency admissions. Our health correspondent, Rob Sissons, has

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been to meet one mother at Aspley in Nottingham.

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It is not a good day for Ethan. The three-year-old has complex health

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needs and with a poor immune system, he is prone to infections. He has a

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bad chest infection at the moment. These workers support mum. Now she

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is also being helped by a specialist physiotherapist who has

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trained her to use specialist kit. This machine uses positive pressure

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to expand his Airways and takes a negative pressure. Previously,

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Ethan was admitted to hospital repeatedly. Since this machine, he

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has had no chest problems. Previously, his mother felt she was

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passed from pillar to post. If it is just pressing a button to keep

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him out of hospital, I am happy to do that. It is so much nicer for

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families that they are kept out of hospital and are able to stay at

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home. I high we get permanent funding to help this continue.

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consultants are convinced that over nine months, the project has more

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than paid for itself. Moira Flanigan has saved at least 80

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call-outs or admissions, and if a child comes in for admission, it is

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�2,500. Moira Flanigan also provides support and training for

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carers who can provide respite care for the family is.

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Next, the East Midlands tourism industry has been told that

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offering a big discount during the Olympics could be a way to bring in

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extra business. The suggestion came from the Secretary of State for

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Culture, who was at Trent Bridge in Nottingham today for a meeting of

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tourism bosses. Mike O'Sullivan reports.

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The Culture Secretary, Jeremy Hunt, meeting hotelier's, businesses and

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tourist organisations. The message - do not miss out on a Olympics

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trade. The Culture Secretary came to Trowbridge to tell the tourism

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industry how it could cash in. He said business would be boosted.

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There is a recognition amongst leaders and the tourism industry

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that next year is going to be different. It is a unique

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opportunity and we have to grasp it. Times are tough but sometimes with

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tough times, you get opportunities as well, and that is what 2012 will

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be for us. These are some of the images from the East Midlands that

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will be used in a huge advertising campaign. The idea of the 20.12 %

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discount got a mixed reaction. discount will go really well.

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Everyone can see what we are tangibly doing to support the

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Olympics. Can we afford it all the around? No. But there is no

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government subsidy to help out with the discount.

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Next tonight, the mums returning to the classroom to learn English.

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More than 25 different languages are spoken by children at

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Greenfields Community School in Nottingham. For more than 80% of

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them, English is their second language. But now they've learnt to

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speak it, their parents are trying to catch up, as Jo Healey reports.

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Today we are going to do about going to the doctor's...

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English lessons. Not for the pupils, but for their parents. A very good

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lesson and I practise more and more and very well. It is really good.

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It is very hot oil. 80% of the children here are from ethnic

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communities, speaking a range of 25 different languages. They are as

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diverse as Polish, Punjabi and Portuguese. What do they think

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about their mothers come into the classroom, too? I want her to know

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what it means and if she tries something you, I would be really

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proud of her. I feel really happy and proud of my mum. They can talk

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English to the teachers and nobody has to translate it for them.

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think it is a good idea because they can help their children with

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their homework. The lessons are thanks to the communications

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company and given by students from the University of Nottingham.

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are a community school and we work as a family, so we are hoping that

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with literacy lessons, the parents are further skill to help their

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children at home. For three- quarters of the children here,

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English is their second language. They get top marks for learning it.

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Now what their parents have to do is catch up.

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This is East Midlands Today. Still to come, cheese that costs �60 a

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slice! Find out what makes this Only two days now until Children in

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Need, and this year the money is needed more than ever, as charities

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face cutbacks in funding. In Leicester, the money is helping

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raise the confidence and self- esteem of children and young people

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with visual impairments. VISTA Society for the Blind provides

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activities during school holidays. Karen Winchester met up with the

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group at a cookery class. How are we doing? Looking good. My

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job is to provide activities for children during the school holidays.

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Obviously, in turn time they are at school, so we provide opportunities

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for them to take part in everyday activities, to boost their

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confidence, their self-esteem and for them to have a fantastic time.

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I have come with my son because he is visually-impaired. He really

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enjoys the activities that are on offer for him here. How much fun is

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it coming here? A lot! Why? Because I get to do new things I have not

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done before. They help a lot with him. They help with his visual

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impairment and everything. They treat him normally. Normal clubs

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don't. He gets pushed out, as such, with him having his disability.

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Here, he gets lots of helpful stop sometimes I think it takes you to

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be involved in a group like this to realise the positive impact it has

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on people's lives. Without the funding, it would not be here.

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gives me an opportunity to do things I would not be able to do

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otherwise on my own. We have done a few residential trips where we have

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gone rock climbing and I think unless you are given the

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opportunity, you don't really know what your potential is. And because

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Joe has the opportunity, every time he needs every challenge with real

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determination. I think the children I have seen this year, their

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confidence has gone through the roof. Children that might not do

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things normally like this. Their self-esteem and confidence has gone

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really sky high and you can tell by them, you know, when you ask them

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if they have had a great time, then they have.

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Your money well spent, by the look of it.

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Time for sport, and it's taken three weeks, but finally Leicester

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City have their man. Yes, today Nigel Pearson said it

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was good to be back at Leicester City. After a year and-a-half away

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as the boss at Hull, he returned to Leicester this morning to manage

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the club he says he has a big affinity with. He believes with the

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new Thai owners in charge, the Leicester job is a unique

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opportunity, and he said it felt a bit like coming home.

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Back in the corridors when Nigel Pearson achieved real success, a

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year-and-a-half ago, the old regime at Leicester let peers and go

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easily. The new owners have found it hard to get him back. When we

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started the process of looking for a new manager, not only were we

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looking for somebody with championship experience, and

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somebody with immense strength of character and would motivate and

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lead the players. And this man... We found it was Nigel and we are

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really so happy to welcome him back to Leicester City. But it has taken

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12 days of intense negotiations to seal a deal with Hull. It has felt

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longer. I will be perfectly honest. But it is good to be back now. So I

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am glad it has been resolved. the press conference, he was all

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smiles as he talked about the challenge ahead. It is something I

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didn't expect, to be honest, but there are considerable changes but

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higher and confident we can move forward quickly. In his two years

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at Leicester, he steered the club took the lead one in 2009 before he

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reached the championship play-offs. Perhaps he has unfinished business.

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30 games left and we have got to do everything we can to make sure we

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are in there with a fighting chance. A big day for fans. What is your

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message to them? Get behind us and let's see if we can have another

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exciting journey. Derby County Captain Shaun Barker

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and midfielder Paul Green took important steps on the road to

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recovery today. They both played in the Rams reserves game at Sheffield

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United. Neither has featured this season because of long term injury.

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Manager Nigel Clough thinks his side's injury problems have been a

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big reason for their fluctuating form. The results come from having

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that consistent team, which we have not been able to put out. We have

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to get a settled goalkeeper and back four. If you can put the same

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names down on the team sheet week- in, week-out, that helps.

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Rugby, and Leicester Tigers legend Martin Johnson has quit as manager

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of the England Rugby Union side. It follows the team's poor performance

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at the World Cup in New Zealand. Johnson had spent three and-a-half

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years in the job. Just to warn you, there is flash photography in what

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you're about to see. At the end of it, we are disappointed with how...

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How we lost in the World Cup, but it is a decision that I have come

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to not quickly or easily, but I think it is the right decision at

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this time. The Leicestershire and England

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batsman James Taylor is expected to join not by the end of November. He

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says a deal is 70% done. He made his debut in August and has a year

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to run on his Leicestershire contract but the club has always

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said they will not stand in his way. It is a very special night tomorrow.

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The Sports Awards for the East Midlands. We have been revealing

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the three finalists for 2011. Tonight, it is Kirsty Edwards

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reporting. Steve quite simply makes his

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committee a better place to be. on! I will make you do it! I know

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you can! Young people here don't have to hang around on the streets.

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They can come to his gym for free. It is amazing because they get us

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out of the house and doing things. There are always people here and he

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is always helping everybody improve themselves. There are a lot of

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lessons to be learned and he is grateful stock over the years, he

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has been an inspiration and motivator took thousands of people.

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If loads of young people are always knocking at his door. Wear with

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these kids be? What would they be getting up to if he wasn't here and

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around. He inspires them. This is great! Come on! Steve has dedicated

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his life to coaching for 25 years. I have always enjoyed sport an hour

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putting something back. I just love seeing people improve. -- and I am

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putting something back. 10 years ago he secured funding to turn an

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old building into a sumo wrestlers gym. There is no reasons why you

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cannot turn into a world champion in a sport. You are much better

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than I was! A Stephen volunteers for around 40 hours a week

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virtually every day of the week, even Christmas. -- Steve of

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volunteers. Why does he do it? have asked myself a thousand times.

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I think I love it! For good luck is Steve, and we will

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find out the winner tomorrow at the Sports Awards. A glamourous

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occasion! We are talking about that age a

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Christmas dilemma - what you give to the person who has everything?

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One Leicestershire dairy thinks it has come up with a sparkling

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solution. His team has designed a cheese which will give mealtimes

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that Midas touch. The Stilton is already being snatched up by the

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rich and famous. He it is known as the king of cheeses.

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This king has at Billingham. Perfect for pop stars or princesses

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and this is cheese laced with gold. The reason we are doing this is

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that it is our centenary year and we wanted to do something that was

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very special that we could put all our pride and passion in, so we

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came up with the most expensive still to and we could. We have had

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a lot of interest, including from pop stars. So what makes this

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expensive recipe? We start off with the White Stilton and we add a

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double 23 carat gold. We then put in a cinnamon schnapps with gold

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flakes running through it. We do not blend it in, we tip it in, and

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we create a slice of cheese you can see being produced today. This is

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the result. If a cheese 67 times more expensive than usual. A slice

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of this will set you back �60. But will the people of Milton had

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expensive tastes? It is very nice. Good. Soft and lovely. I am not so

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impressed, to be honest. It is an interesting idea. We like Stilton,

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red Leicester. This is brilliant. Can I have one more? I am greedy!

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And it seems people do want this as the ultimate Christmas after an

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accessory. The only problem with this gold is that it is not a long-

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term investment. It might be gone by Boxing Day!

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Don't say I never get you anything! Thank you very much indeed! I will

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That is the best of I have had all day! We have had fairly cloudy

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skies across the East Midlands and we have got some fairly thin cloud

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which made the temperatures drop to quite chilly levels. The cloud

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spreads in and we will have patchy rain overnight tonight. Look at

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this gorgeous sunset captured by Pete in Leicestershire. Do send

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your pictures into us. If we take a look, we can see a couple of

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weather France working their way in from the West and the main bulk of

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the rain is moving over Northern Ireland, parts of Wales and the

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south-west of the UK. We were just a little part of patchy rain, just

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drizzle, overnight. Temperatures are down to around six degrees.

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Thursday starts on a cloudy and misty note, but we soon see these

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breaks and hope is that these sunny spells will spread eastwards. For

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temperatures, not bad, at around 13 degrees. As we head towards the

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weekend, ever-closer now, Friday is looking like end of a dry day,

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although this looks pretty cloudy, but hole is the cloud will break-up

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with sunshine coming through. -- but the hope is. The weekend,

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although quite cloudy, should bring some bright and sunny spells at

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