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This is East Midlands Today. Tonight, if you think traffic is

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bad now, just wait. New research predicts that traffic in the East

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Midlands is set to increase by almost 50% in the next 25 years.

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Also, a former seniors' that there -- police officer faces jail after

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admitting sexual offences against a 13-year-old girl.

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Plus, the accident that has made this period of property less of a

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des res. And the million making East

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Midlands all records broken for Good evening. Welcome to another

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week of the programme. First, a warning for motorists. East

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Midlands is going to see the biggest increase in traffic over

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the next 25 years. The RAC Foundation says that the average UK

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increased by 2035 will be more than 40%. In this region, it will be

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nearly -- nearer 50%. Gridlock, it drives a motorists to

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despair. The error stress of and frustrating. -- very stressful.

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roads have been designed for lighter traffic. The bad news is,

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it is about to get worse. The RAC Foundation has predicted that in 25

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years, the biggest increase will be in the East Midlands. The amount of

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traffic on the roads will increase in the region by 48%. The

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population is currently 4.5 million, that is also going to increase, by

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a 5th -- 16%. The increase in traffic volume is three times the

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population growth. It is a worrying statistic of those trying to solve

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the region's traffic blackspots. do what we do to improve junctions,

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and a big posh of ours is to get this road improved and widened.

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Cities across the region are facing a major headache and councils have

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to find a remedy. We have a local transport plan which sets out how

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we will deal with the growth in traffic numbers and what we need to

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see now is the government backing us in those plans by making

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investments available to cope with their predicted increase in cars on

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our roads. While it drives motorists to distraction, it can

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drive business away. Congestion is expensive. If we are going to

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remain competitive, we need to make sure that we can squeeze down costs

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and therefore we will have to invest in transport infrastructure.

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The RAC research predicts that with traffic volume increasing by almost

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half, delays will rise even more. Jams today, jams tomorrow and jams

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in 25 years' time. The little earlier, I spoke to

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Professor Stephen Glaister from the RAC Foundation. They wrote the

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report. I asked him why traffic in the East Midlands is going to be so

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bad. What we have done is looked at the official forecasts for traffic

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growth and East Midlands is highest on the list. It is partly because

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of the official forecast for population growth in the area. I

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think also industrial growth, small businesses, which is of course what

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the government is relying on for economic recovery. It does not seem

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to be a very good at list to be top of, does it? It depends how you

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look at it. Traffic growth is a symptom of a buoyant economy. From

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that point of view, the last thing you want is a dead place. But it is

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true that there are going to have to be more provisions bond more

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capacity on the roads in your area than in many other parts of the

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country. There is there anything we can do so that it is not so bad for

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the motorist? There is a list of schemes that we have identified on

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the Department for Transport's books including road widening and

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management that will help. There is the link from the M1 down to

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Nottingham that is a dangerous and slow road. Beyond that, I think we

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will have to bite the bullet and raise some more money to invest in

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the road network. Thank you very much.

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Next, a former police inspector has admitted a string of sex offences

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against a 13-year-old girl. Russell Dew resigned from the

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Nottinghamshire force after he was arrested in August. To date a judge

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warned him that he will be sent to jail.

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Our social affairs correspondent is at Nottingham Crown Court.

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Russell Dew admitted five offences here this afternoon, five counts of

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sexual activity with the 13-year- old girl, all involving

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inappropriate touching. They all happened while Dew was off duty but

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we heard in one case that he videoed himself wearing handcuffs

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at the time of abusing this girl. Earlier I spoke to Dianne Haydon

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who was in charge of the investigation. She is

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understandably traumatised, extremely upset. High trust has

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been betrayed. She has a Lunt -- young lady who put her trust in

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someone who was responsible for looking after her and that trust

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has been taken away. The police say that Dew's colleagues at the

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Nottinghamshire force were shocked and disappointed by the breach of

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trust, particularly because of his senior position of stop these

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offences took place at a time when he was in charge of dealing with

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problems like this, these car cruises a near have a will. Dew was

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the local inspector who was running the Ashfield South area and he

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spoke to me about this police operation at that time. I saw one

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of them put on his hazard warning lights as he braked from 60 miles

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an hour to nothing. There were two other cars right on the table --

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tale. That is not safe driving. Today it became clear that at the

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same time that Dew was reporting -- enforcing the traffic laws, he had

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been committing serious crimes insult. The judge made it clear

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today that when he is sentenced, he will be sent to jail.

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Later, you may have to wait, but do look out for a fantastic goal in

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sport. A warning that council cuts will

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mean more of our heritage is left in ruins.

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Plus, is it a new chapter for libraries as councils cut back on

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When you put your house on the market, you do want potential

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buyers have to see it in tip-top condition.

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Putting the kick-off they aren't, baking bread.

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Imagine the despair of a couple from Leicestershire profound a car

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rammed into the side of their period property 48 hours after it

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went on sale. It is a feature that answered no

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value to the 350-year-old coffee -- cottage.

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The owner was visiting relatives in Birmingham when he got a phone call

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from a neighbour to tell them that a car was now in his living room

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wall. It was extremely lucky. Extensive damage that was done to

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the property and vehicle... The driver of the vehicle was very

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lucky as well. He had three children with him as well. Had we

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been in the property, it could have been quite serious. The accident

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happened 48 hours after he had put his home or six years up for sale.

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His plans to move house are now on hold while repairs to the period

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property are carried out. Hard to say, without removing the car. But

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I imagined when you remove it, the house would probably fall down.

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There are two walls and need to be rebuilding. It looks like the roof

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is damaged as well. You're probably looking out two or three months and

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probably about �30,000. Ironically, much of the traffic has been at

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slowing down to look at the damage. Villagers say that speeding drivers

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are a concern. There is an awful lot of speeding traffic through the

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village. Police put up my rale cameras occasionally but it took

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only has a short effect. They will be moving house but not to a new

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home. They will stay in temporary accommodation while the cottage is

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repaired. I am amazed by the damage.

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It is not what you need. You need to be or ears for our next

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report because it is all about listening to the heart. Doctors

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have been using stethoscopes for almost 200 years but now the very

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latest version allows up to five people to listen in at the same

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time. The Derbyshire Children's Hospital

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is the first in the world to use it. Our health correspondent has this

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exclusive report. Even with the best bedside manner, many patients

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it seems do not always like their heart set listened to. The fact

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that this stethoscope can send the time -- is found to up to four

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other devices nearby, it is fantastic for training. We have

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medical students, sometimes six or seven, and everyone wants to listen.

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That is the key, getting the opportunity to practise. This way,

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only one person will disturb the patient and everyone else can have

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a lesson. The Heart sounded very fast. All babies have faster heart

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beats than adults. The normal range for a baby is up to 170. His is

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going at about 120 which is normal. The stethoscope, it the doctor's

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badge of office. In today's world, the latest device uses bluetooth

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technology to send the sound while asleep. Patients and parents can

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also listen in. I can hear mice in the heart... To hear it, it was

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really good. You could hear it, couldn't you? It sounded like mice.

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It is beautifully made, great sound quality. The key bit is the magic

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phone that goes with it because it allows me to link them together.

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has been developed in Loughborough. We believe that improving the way

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that students are taught will increase their clinical skills.

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Derbyshire Children's Hospital is the first to use the system,

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helping to train University of In other news, 6 council and care

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homes in Leicester may be saved from closure. Last year, Leicester

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City Council said it was considering shutting six of the

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homes that it owns. Now a U-turn is on the cards. A review ordered by

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the mayor Sir Peter Soulsby recommends that the homes stay open

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with money being spent on modernisation.

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Nottinghamshire councillors one of the highest spenders in the East

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Midlands when it comes to town twinning. Broxtowe Borough Council

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spent more than �90,000 on its twin towns over the past three years. A

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Freedom of Information Act puts the local authority in the top three

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council spenders in our region. You can see more on Inside Out from

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7:30pm on BBC One. The Nottingham close designer Paul

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Smith is to be given a major industry award. He is to get the

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outstanding achievement in fashion design prize at the British fashion

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Awards later this month. He took tailoring evening classes and

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opened his first shop in Nottingham When it comes to libraries,

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passions always run high. The BBC has learned that many are finding

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their budget for new books being cut, sung by up to 42%. This comes

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after many councils said they were committed to keeping them open.

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They may be packing up but they are not closing. Staff at this library

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and moving it stop at to make way for a redevelopment. A major

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investment was whilst the county council has pledged to keep all the

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libraries open, the services themselves have faced cuts. New

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figures show the budget for buying books has been slashed by 36% over

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the past two years. Some argue that cutting back on new stock will mean

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fewer people are drawn into libraries. It is this cutting back

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which is seen as affecting councils across the region. In Derbyshire,

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the budget was cut by 17% while in Leicestershire, the budget for new

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books was cut by 42% since 2007. The statistics say that 20% of

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libraries in the country will close in the next year. They will not in

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Nottinghamshire. I accept they will not have the same they had before

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in the way of books going into them that we will work hard to put that

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right. In Derby, this group say a library is a vital resource. I am

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looking at pictures with the children. Some way to come to meet

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people. It is good for the little children to have fun with his

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friends and a little sing-song. helps him grow and develop.

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many, libraries are an essential part of life. The question is

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whether cutting out on new stock Plenty more to enjoy on the

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programme, including as promised, this 35 yard scorcher from

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Leicester City's Gally which they are already talking about as go

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o'er the season. And talking of seasons, we needed

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our... Will we be needing one of these? You could think it was

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already winter but it is still This week, we are taking stock of

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the region's heritage. We know that councils need to save money and

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there are many protests about axing services. But there is one part of

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local authority work which is often forgotten.

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We are blessed in this region with fantastic heritage but at a time

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when every part of the community is struggling to make ends meet, what

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does that mean for the future of our historic buildings? English

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Heritage has found that conservation officers in the East

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Midlands have been cut by 15% in the last year, that is higher than

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the national average. In the first part of our Heritage SOS series, I

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find out what that spells for the future.

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This is a list of all those buildings for our region which are

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most at risk. 70 pages of them. English Heritage is warning that

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cuts could mean more of our heritage is consigned to the

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history books. This year's analysis has shown that compared with last

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year, nationally there is a reduction of 12% in the number of

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conservation officers. Here in the East Midlands, the figure is 15%.

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We are above the national average. And with further council cuts, who

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knows what that reduction could be next year? In Nottinghamshire, the

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budget for Heritage is �1 million, that is being reduced by �230,000

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and they cannot rule out job cuts. As with all other local authorities,

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we must make reductions which is regrettable. No decisions have been

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taken as regards final staffing numbers, and they will not happen

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until early next year. Every should be reassured that howl of many

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people remain as Heritage officers, we are committed to ensuring the

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heritage of Nottinghamshire continues. Even though it may not

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seem as important as frontline services, English Heritage says it

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is a vital part of our culture worth preserving. We have inherited

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very special places and that is what people cherish. Sometimes

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though, that is what they take for granted and when you take it for

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granted, he perhaps ignore how important it is to look after.

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Tomorrow we will be finding out how one community has taken the matter

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into their own hands. 800 people in Matlock Bath have joined forces to

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We said the goal by carriage was the best one but you have other

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opinions? Leicester City's new manager may be

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annoyed with Paul Gallagher. On the bright side, two fantastic goals,

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almost one of them certainly a goal of the season. But he has hit all

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the headlines. The game against Crystal Palace was

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poised, 1-0 to Leicester and an element of jeopardy about the state

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of play. That is when Paul Gallagher did this.

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COMMENTATOR: here's Paul Gallagher, what a goal! Paul Gallagher scored

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As if that wasn't enough, he cap it by doing this. Paul Gallagher

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should, oh, my goodness, that is it, that his goal of the season! Close

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the entries, Gallagher has just scored a 35 yard strike. I'll was

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going to pass to somebody outside of May but I just hit it and it

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flew into the top corner. Hopefully as a team we can try to get back.

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We have moved up a few places but I will not get carried away. Paulsen

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to say the least and it seems in the dressing room, Gallacher knew

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it -- or some of to say the least. We have a team talk and assumed as

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that finished, he threw his boots into the middle of the training

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room and said "put a fire Nigel Pearson's return may have the

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desired effect on Leicester's effective and expensive squad for.

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Nottingham Forest captain Luke Chambers says after a bit of

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turnaround in recent weeks, he would not rule out a play-off push.

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After the drama under Steve McClaren, things are finally

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settling down and that manager Steve Cotterill. We sent the

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Dramatic MUSIC PLAYS All aboard the tactics took today with captain, it

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looks Chambers. His players are no dummies after

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four win its out of six. So what has changed under the new

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manager? It took someone like the new gaffer coming in and knowing

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what it takes to return us to doing what we have done best over the

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past few years. Even though Ipswich scored first on Saturday, Forest

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are playing with more freedom and character.

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Talk us through their goal. Were have worked on it all week, to

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concede goals from free-kicks and corners and we did it again.

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did not give up. You were back in it. Here's the equaliser from

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Robert Findlay. If Lewis can get the delivery like we know he can,

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and when you put balls in like that, it will force them to have problems.

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You are celebrating together there. Is there more of a team spirit? It

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looks like it. It is more of an enjoyable place to be at the minute.

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And the team are really pulling together, they came back after

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going another goal down help by a double substitution.

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Andy Reed and Paul Anderson came on, they played really well, didn't

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they? Yes, that is probably what we have been missing. The gaffer has

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come in and this is what Paul Read can do -- Andy read can do. The I

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have just spotted something which we have got to talk about. What is

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that? That is an impressive effort, his moustache. I am standing here

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with a horrible moustache but that is from lack of shaving! When you

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have got the likes of Andy Reed in wide areas, and he can turn the

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ball like that... To get his first goal for the club, he has been

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waiting for that for a while. you did. Marcus Tudgay has been

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brilliant since the new gaffer came in. When he gets goals like that,

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On to the rest of the football action. Starting with Derby

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County's slump after a third straight defeat in just one win in

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nine, the Rams are stepping down the table. But there are some

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reasons to be cheerful. It may be a small consolation now,

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but Derby fans will be cheered by the sight of this cheeky banner

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taunting fans over the City Ground on Saturday. That and the news that

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influential captain Shaun Barker is back from injury. He could not help

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the Rams to a win, two goals in six first-half minutes gave Hull all

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the points in the game. Huddersfield set a new record with

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43 league games unbeaten. The key moment one minute after half-time,

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Jordan Rhones headed a body blow when he fired that up with another

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20 minutes later, the game was up. Despite Neil Bishop making it 2-1

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in injury time. In rugby, a massive, massive win

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for Leicester Tigers. The Heineken Cup win over Ulster at Welford Road

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have said that this season's ties will not be defined by the start of

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the seas and. This was easily the biggest test of

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the season so far and tigers rose to it in brilliant fashion. They

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exchanged points to a tense quarter-final -- final quarter.

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They looked as strong as steel in this game, holding back some

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Northern Irish onslaught with fine style. Eventually, it opened up the

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Tigers just enough for a kick through from Flood to be touched

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And frustration for Nottingham Panthers last night, a huge crowd

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with big expectations and somehow Sheffield grabbed the winning goal

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in overtime. They are our team of the year and I will have something

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Lucky old Colin. It is time for a pat on the back for everybody in

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the region who played their part in this year's Children In Need. It

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was fun and fabulous and it was completely record-breaking. We

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topped the �1 million mark. And It is pubs the's party at

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Loughborough University. -- Pudsey We have had loads of fun on the

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spot the bus for Children In Need. Last month, 276 bikers and their

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bikes from all across the East Midlands descended on Clay Cross in

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Derbyshire. We raised �2,000. You are all stars, thank you so

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much. I am looking pretty small to you, great moustache by the way.

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�2,467.90. What does SAS stand for? A big round of applause for

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everybody who picked up the phone and donated money. It was fantastic

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and lovely. Your dress looked lovely as well. I was told to wear

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something sparkly. We were singing A great night had by all. A lot of

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fog over the weekend. We might just get a bit more overnight tonight

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but also the occasional outbreaks of rain. This photo was taken at

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the weekend, a foggy start, and thank you to Lucy who said this in.

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-- cent this in. Looking at the pressure chart, we have got two

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fronts moving in today. This one here today at what the West and it

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will slowly die out, bringing some about a brain tonight and another

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front here that will bring some heavy rain tomorrow. -- outbreak

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Light patches but to was the early hours of Tuesday morning, we will

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see mist and fog forming first thing in the morning. Temperatures

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down to around seven Celsius tonight. We wake up tomorrow with

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the fog possibly across the East and any second weather front moving

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its way in, bringing some heavy pulses through the morning and it

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will slowly push away through the afternoon. It is a very slow front

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so it should stay cloudy throughout the afternoon. The pictures up

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around ten Celsius. It will clear and when that happens overnight on

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Tuesday, we could see some frost because we will have some clear

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skies with this ridge of high pressure bringing in cooler air.

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Possibly some frost on Wednesday night into Thursday, first day,

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