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This is East Midlands Today with Dominic Heale and Anne Davies. Our

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top story tonight, jail for a gang that manufactured bootleg vodka.

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The potentially lethal fake booze was mass-produced at a remote farm

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in Leicestershire. This was a highly sophisticated operation. A

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major breakthrough for us at the end of a five-month long

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surveillance operation. Or so tonight, a former top

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footballer tells us that racism is rife and the clubs are hiding it.

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Players have had gagging orders and had to sign certain agreements so

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that things do not come out in the press. Plus how a brief appearance

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on our programme landed young Aimie a job. They offered me an interview

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and on the Monday, I got the job. And put clubbers queue up to bag a

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best seller but who is the author? -- book lovers. Hi, I'm Katie Price

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and boy, have I got news for you in Good evening and welcome to

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Friday's programme. First tonight, a criminal gang producing vast

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quantities of potentially fatal counterfeit vodka in Leicestershire

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has been jailed. The five men were sent to prison for a total of

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almost 18 years for failing to pay �1.5 million in alcohol duty. The

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ring leader, Kevin Eddishaw from Southwell in Nottinghamshire, was

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sentenced to seven years. A sixth man from Poland will be sentenced

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next month. They made the fake vodka at a remote rented unit at

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the appropriately named Moscow Farm near Great Dalby. Sarah Sturdey

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looks at the scale of the gang's Hidden away from prying eyes,

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organised crime. So secluded, customs officers used a helicopter

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to track them down. We have found the subject you are looking for. We

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can see the pirates, they have opened the rear of the lorry. They

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are not paying attention to us whatsoever. We are about two miles

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away. We are going nice and steady. The gang had remained undetected in

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this remote corner of Leicestershire for one whole year

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but 100 officers raided the farm unit and found a makeshift factory

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producing potentially lethal illicit vodka on a massive scale.

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The seized enough industrial alcohol unfit for human consumption

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to manufacture thousands of bottles of vodka.

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The scores highly sophisticated and a huge breakthrough for us. -- this

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was a highly sophisticated. Kevin Eddishaw was the mastermind but the

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Chemist, the man who knew how to turn methylated spirits into

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something resembling vodka, was a man from Poland. The methylated

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spirits came from Poland. From the factory at Moscow Farm, it was

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transferred by the lorry-load and went to East Bridgford near

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Nottingham. 5,000 litres was seized in Blackpool. It was also found on

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sale in small off-licences around the country, in Salford, South

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Wales and London. The price is the giveaway. This fake bottle retail

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for around �8. The real thing is normally �3 more. Some times the

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only way you can tell it is genuine it is if the duty stamp light up

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with a ultraviolet stamp and this one does not. The use of this is

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increasing. There may be serious health risks. It contains

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industrial and not agricultural alcohol. The things you would find

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in bleaches and paint strippers. These can cause nausea, dizziness

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and even blindness in extreme cases. It is a dangerous business all

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round. In July, five Lithuanian men were killed in an explosion in a

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small unit in Lincolnshire where fake vodka was produced. In

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Leicestershire, Polish migrant workers were employed at the

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factory described as a time bomb by an industry expert. The factory may

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have been dismantled and the gang convicted but some of the thousands

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of bottles distributed could still Conditions inside the bottling

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plant horrified investigators. Ed Binstead is the President of the

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British Bottlers' Institute and also the Editor of Drinks Journal

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Publications. He described what he saw. There are no obvious signs of

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air ventilation. It was a very low ceiling and lots of alcohol for a

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per would have been getting up towards the ceiling -- lot of

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alcohol vapour. Also I noticed there were a lot of electrical

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cables with light bulbs missing, clearly people had been smoking in

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the premises. At any one time, a spark could have just ignited the

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whole thing and it would not have been... All fires are dangerous but

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this would have been an explosion and I don't think anybody would

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have had a chance of getting out of. And not just dangerous for people

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getting and working there but people buying it? Well, it was not

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vodka. It was basically industrial alcohol. People were buying it in

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good faith thinking it was genuine but what they were drinking was a

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fairly full fee concoction of industrial alcohol that had been

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scrubbed down with bleach to turn it into a clear,. It was an awful

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mixture. The worrying thing is that some of those bottles could still

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be out there? They could well be. I am not entirely sure how long it

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had been going on for, clearly some time. It is possible, I know we

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tend to think it is the young people who will drink a bottle of

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vodka or over a weekend or even an evening. It is possible that people

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may have bought a bottle in time for Christmas. If you think you

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have got it, what should you do? would advise anybody if they taste

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something odd, to take it to a local police station if they can or

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telephone Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs and then inform them were

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they purchased it as quickly as possible. Thank you for speaking to

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us. It is a great pleasure, thank you.

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A former top footballer has told BBC East Midlands Today that racism

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is widespread in the sport, and victims have been paid off by their

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clubs to keep quiet. Michael Johnson played more than 600

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matches in the top flight for clubs including Derby County and Notts

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County. With an exclusive report, After 20 years in football, Michael

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Johnson has seen the highs and lows but now believes it is time to blow

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the whistle on racism blighting the game. There have always been

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covered ups. Whether it is players having gagging orders on them,

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whether they have had to sign certain agreements so that things

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do not come out in the press, players who have basically been

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frightened by managers to say nothing. FIFA President Sepp

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Blatter brought the issue recently in to sharp focus and it was him

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that brought Michael Johnson to speak out. I know players who have

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had certain situations where a football club will pay them off and

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they have got to sign an agreement to save that whatever has happened

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will not go out there. They are then in a position to sue. Players

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will then go away and continue with their football. Can you appreciate

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why some players would want to keep quiet? Is it because of fear?

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dread to think that if you say something, it could be the end of

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your career. Will I be labelled a trouble caused a? But I feel so

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strongly about what is happening now but I have to speak out. I know

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there are players up and down the country going through the same

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experience for top there have been high-profile campaigns against

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racism that Johnson believes people do not know the full extent. So

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much has been swept under the carpet and it has been there

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simmering away. Whether that has been cut by fans or other players,

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people who have worked with higher up in the club, and if you do not

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come out and say something, then the situation will continue to

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fester. Currently looking for work as a coach, he knows he is taking a

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risk but for the good of the game he loves, it is a price he is

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willing to pay. Angela is with us now.

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These are very serious allegations. What have the footballing

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authorities said? Well, it's a difficult subject for the Football

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Association as they are currently investigating the England captain

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John Terry over allegations of racism. They wouldn't comment on

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Johnson's claims but did release a What do campaigners against racism

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think of what Michael Johnson has An organisation called Kick It Out

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have been campaigning for years and they admitted that they weren't

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surprised by what he's said and added that sadly racism is still a

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big problem in the game. We get reports from all parts of the

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country. Racism in football comes from different forms, on the pitch,

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from the dug-out, and we can see that the issue is still there are

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we are working hard with other organisations, the PFA, the Premier

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League and the Football Association and grass roots associations to

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stamp it out. Sadly it seems there is still a

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long way to go. Still to come on the programme, the

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menace of uninsured motorists. The driver of this van wasn't covered,

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Police are waiting to speak to a Leicester teenager who's seriously

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ill in hospital, to try and find out how he was injured. The 18-

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year-old was discovered shortly after 11pm on Wednesday night in

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Humberstone Gate. He was taken to the Leicester Royal Infirmary where

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his condition is described as serious but stable. The police are

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Nottinghamshire Police are trying to trace the whereabouts of a young

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man from Cyprus. Images his services were called to a hall of

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residence because he was having difficulty breathing. Officers are

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not treating the death as Next tonight, the menace on our

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roads posed by uninsured drivers. It's thought there are as many as

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41,000 motorists in the East Midlands who don't have the correct

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cover. And when they're involved in an accident, the results can be

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devastating. So today, Derbyshire Police went after them. Simon Hare

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In pursuit of an uninsured driver, the police and insurance company

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databases show that this car's policy ran out in September. And

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the MOT expired way back in June. He has been up front with us, he

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has not tried to hide anything. We will be taking him off the motor

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way to a place of safety with a fine. Several vehicles were seized

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today. They will be taken away until members of the public can get

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themselves in short, and paid for the recovery. It is a costly

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process. If people do not end up insuring their vehicles, what

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happens? The vehicle will stay with us and ultimately be crushed.

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thought there are as many as 41,000 and insured drivers in the East

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Midlands. Nationally, the figure is as high as 1.4 million. That

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equates to about 4% of motorists. One such driver collided with this

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furniture shop at chill well in Nottingham last year. The whole of

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the roof has moved to one side. So it is not actually where it is

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supposed to be. Almost 12 months on, and the damage still has not been

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repaired. The stress has been unbelievable. You don't stop

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thinking about it. You think about it every morning, every night. When

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you are working, you cannot plan anything. We cannot move forward

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with our business because this is holding us back. The driver

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received a two week driving ban and a �25 fine. It makes you wonder

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what Valley our business has. What value it has to the court. Officers

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say the crackdown should have hit uninsured drivers much harder in

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the pocket. On the day the Government announced

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its plans to combat youth unemployment, we've some good news

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about 17-year-old Aimie Murfin, who we featured last week. You may

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recall, we saw the teenager from Ashfield telling senior politicians

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about the heartache and difficulties involved in trying to

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find work. She was so persuasive and engaging that Aimie has now

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been offered a job by one of our viewers. Here's our political

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Aimie pat a pet labrador and heads for work. The 17-year-old from

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Kevin Ashfield had spent months trying to get a job. Last week at

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Connections, and Employment Centre, Aimie was among a group of

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teenagers telling Labour politicians of the difficulties of

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getting work. I have been looking for about six weeks for any work.

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Anything. There is nothing. Little did she know that the TV interview

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would help land her a job. She it came across very positively how

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positive she was. That was the particular issue that caught my

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wife's eye. I trust her judgement. It was the positivity having met

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Aimie at the interview, that came across to the whole team. Where do

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you have your instructors? Her new job is based at new offices in

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Mansfield. Driving schools get back up from this business. She cannot

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believe her luck. Wow! Oh, my gosh. I did not know what to think. I was

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so shocked. Tell me what happened, did you get a telephone call?

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day after I was on television, the agency got a call and then they got

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in touch with me. And then I rang Mark and then they offered me an

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interview and on the Monday, I got the job.

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It is amazing how quick it has all happened. It does get you down when

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you have not got a job to support you or anything. Aimie will be

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doing clerical duties and she officially starts her new job in

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just over one week's time. For her, All thanks to a bit of political

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reporting! And don't forget The Politics Show

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this Sunday at midday. It'll be taking a closer look at the big

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public sector strike next Wednesday. Still to come on the programme, the

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weekend weather with Anna. It is a breeze this weekend. It is all

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about the wind. With one of these in place for part of the East

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Unusually, no hot air from: With the sport!

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-- from Colin. To come, Nigel Pearson on new life

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at Leicester and Marcus Tudgay on new life at Forest. But first

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confirmation that Derby County's new loan signing from Ipswich Tamas

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Priskin is set to go straight into action. With injuries to Steven

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Davies, Nathan Tyson and Theo Robinson, Priskin will lead the

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Rams' attack in tomorrow's game at high-flying West Ham. The I am very

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pleased to join this great club. It is a great opportunity to play a

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few games and hopefully I can help B-team. We are delighted he has

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agreed to join us for six weeks -- help the team.

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Elsewhere, clubs have been happy to live with the squads they have.

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Certainly not surprising in Leicester's case, where manager

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Nigel Pearson arrived to work with an expensively assembled, if not

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perfectly balanced, squad. Jeremy Nicholas went to see how he's been

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settling back in. There has been a great sense of

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optimism here training at Leicester City after the great start for the

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returning, nearly new manager. A 3-0 win over Crystal Palace as

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the fans' talking about promotion and the players are smiling again.

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I am always smiling myself. I think everybody is really looking forward

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to the game. If the fans are optimistic, that is great. We have

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to deliver on the pitch, that is the bottom line. My job as manager

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is to facilitate that. It has taken their time for him to settle in

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because he knows his way round. does not seem like it is too

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different. It is like he has not been away. Obviously there have

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been different managers and staff but everybody already knows what

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his style is about and the way he walks into a room. Everybody

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straight away listens to him. He has got that aura. Leicester fans

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will have dreadful memories of last season's games when they got

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thrashed 6-1. We need to try to forget that and the only way to do

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that is to try to get a positive result this weekend. David Nugent

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scored for Portsmouth that day and now he is a Leicester player.

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looking forward to it. Hopefully the result will be different.

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are just two points off the play- off place, but fully they will get

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a good result. That's Leicester. No players in at

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Forest either. But it feels like they've had a couple of new faces

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since Steve Cotterill arrived. In reality though it's old faces like

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Joel Lynch and, especially, Marcus Tudgay being given a chance to

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shine. And taking it. Under Steve McClaren, Marcus Tudgay

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was told he had no place in the starting line-up. Steve Cotterill's

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point of view has had a different pay-off. It was a great feeling for

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the team. It is a great buzz. is very much tailored towards Steve.

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Steve McClaren obviously thought I could not do a job for him. In my

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career so far, I have never been told by a manager that I would not

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feature. And the new boss, Steve controls -- Steve Cotterill turns

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out to be very different. I got a goal and it went from there. He is

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a fantastic team player. I told him he has got to be a bit more selfish.

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I do not want him to do all the team work and then go off the pitch

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and not get a reward for himself. It could make every different in

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this tightest of divisions. You can miss a handful of chances, your

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confidence can go down that if you get involved, you have got to

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steady yourself and enjoy the goals and the moment and as a team, enjoy

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that as and enjoyment. The only team at home this weekend

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is Notts County. They play Scunthorpe at Meadow Lane. As ever,

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full match commentary is on your BBC local radio station, and your

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first sight of the goals is right here on BBC One over the weekend.

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Also in action this weekend, Leicester Tigers back in the

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Premiership playing away at Gloucester. Nottingham Rugby are

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home to Moseley on Sunday. Nottingham Panthers are home to

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Hull tomorrow night. And in basketball, Leicester Riders have

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the first leg of their BBC Cup semi-final against Newcastle Eagles

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tomorrow night at the John Sandford Centre. -- the BBL Cup. The Riders

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have made a terrific start to the season and they're hoping it might

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see them win silverware for the first time in ten years. If we beat

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Newcastle, it will be going up against one of the better teams

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that the League has seen in a long time. They are a class the

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organisation with guys who have been there before so the challenge

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is La Mac. But I believe in our She's rarely out of the news, in

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fact this morning she was on the front page of The Sun. So where

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Katie Price goes, crowds follow. And today they flocked to a

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supermarket in Forest Town near Mansfield to get her to sign copies

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her new book, her seventh. We joined the queue to meet Miss Price

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as she faced the flashlights once more. They queued around the inside

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and outside of as the from 7 o'clock this morning. An estimated

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700 fans prepared to wait five hours to meet her for a few seconds.

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We just love her, she is amazing. Why? I know everything about her.

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Everything she does, she is amazing. I am a big farm. This is my 5th

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time meeting her. I have been all a bit of the country. You are in a

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minority, why are you here? Love. Love was back my current wife!

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sent me down here. -- love? Might I don't know why I am here. But I

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think she is adorable. Katie Price is in the building today.

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And then she appeared to a familiar barrage of flashlights with the

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lady millionaire chatting that she would rather be going to the toilet.

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I am bursting for the tour that! Her books have sold 7.5 million

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copies. Katie puts the popularity down to them being a good read.

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This is not my favourite cover and I know that my publisher will hate

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me saying that. When I am on the bookshelf, I know that people like

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to have them in order and I think that it looks out of order. But I

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am not complaining. The character is happily married and a child but

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there is a kidnap threat. Only this week, Katie Price reported a second

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kidnap fear through her as well. The I know that Scotland Yard

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mentioned it, they found a device on my Range Rover, my white one.

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message about Peter Andre has caused some controversy. Just

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because I mention him on Twitter,... Quentin did his best with those

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piercing questions but they bounced off her.

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You have got to hand it to her, she is absolutely honest. She says it

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as it is and she is incredibly successful. She is a role model, a

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We have had a fairly mild November but we will have some strong winds

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over the weekend. But tonight, we have got clear skies and if you are

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heading to any of the lights being switched on across the region, you

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need to wrap up warm because it will be fairly chilly. The key to

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Andy for this photograph of a sunset across Matlock. -- thank you

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to Andy. If you have any weather photographs, in Melbourne to us at

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the address on your screen. -- e- mail them to us. We do have a

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weather warning for Derbyshire and wind and we can expect gusts of up

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to 65 mph. It is from 9:00am tomorrow and tell 9:00am on Sunday.

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An area of low pressure has been sitting across the north of the UK

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and Scotland and that gradually lose its way in with the

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strengthening winds. Tomorrow will be particularly blustery but should

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be mostly dry. At the moment, we have seen the end of that cloud and

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showers we had earlier on push away to the south-east and that the

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moment it is dry out there and we have got clear skies and that means

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temperatures dropping a lot this evening. You need to wrap up warm.

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As the cloud starting to creep in, it should be milder by the start of

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tomorrow morning. Possibly a few spots of rain across Derbyshire but

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generally tomorrow a dry day and temperatures reaching a high of

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around 11 Celsius. With those winds, it will feel cooler than that.

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Sunday though, the rain clears and why are in for a beautiful day. The

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winds will try down but it will We have got a bit of something to

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show you. This is Quentin's magic moment! He is still going upstairs

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