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

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Our top story tonight - 26 shoplifting days till Christmas.

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Police make thousands of address but good the stores themselves do

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more to stop shoplifting? If you continue to put the plasma screens

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at the front of the store, then you wonder why people walk out of them.

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Also tonight: I promise never to keep quiet about domestic violence.

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A score wins a prize for work on domestic violence in the home.

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Can Naughton keep up with customers? It has overwhelmed as

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somewhat. The am looking for rain, the racecourse with the ground to

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dry for jumping. Welcome to Monday's programme. A

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day which, according to some estimates, is the busiest of the

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year for online shopping. Thousands of purchases per minute, at the

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click of a mouse. And the high street is not far behind. Christmas

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lights, ice rinks, Santa's grottoes, all are designed to entice more and

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more shoppers into our towns and cities. However, for the high

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street, there is a significant downside. Thieving. Figures

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obtained by East Midlands today reveal that more than 300

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shoplifters are being reported to the region's police forces every

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week. Victoria Hicks is at Fenwick's in Leicester to see what

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the shops are doing to stop their goods vanishing. The evening. Good

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evening. One of theft per minute, that is how big the problem is, and

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it is costing retailers billions of pounds per year. What is the top of

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the shoplifters' Christmas list this year? It is perfume. Last week

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one offender was caught with 1,500 pounds worth of perfumes death in a

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bag. She was caught on CCTV and is being process through the courts.

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With me is Nicola Woods from Leicestershire Police. What are the

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police doing to protect retailers? We have just launched an operation

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at with more officers on the streets patrolling and plainclothes

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officers around the stores. centre for research suggests the

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figure for shoplifting is higher than the reported crimes suggest.

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Why isn't shoplifting more of a priority for the police? It is a

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high priority for us. We work with youth offending the service

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Citywatch and that is around first time a young offenders, when they

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are caught we are informing the parents and teaching them about the

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consequences before it becomes a habit for them. Thank you. Also we

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this is Dick Pollard from Citywatch, an organisation which works with

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retailers. How big a problem is shoplifting in the city? On average,

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the same as every other town and city in the Midlands, and we are

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getting hit hard at this time of year. How much is it costing?

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costs every family in this country �180 a year on top of their

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shopping. Why is the bombs are big? You have professional shoplifters,

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people doing it to get Christmas presents... -- why is the problem

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so big? It is all to go -- coming together. One person was caught

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last year stuffing �2,000 worth of goods down her trousers. It is a

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crime which we all pay for. Thank you. What is the picture across the

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hall of the East Midlands? And how are shoplifters being dealt with.

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Our social affairs correspondent reports from Nottingham.

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It is spend spend spend here but every detail has to deal with

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shoppers who have no intention of paying. This is what they have to

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deal with every day. The police are expecting even more shoplifting in

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the run-up to Christmas. They think some crimes are not reported by the

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stores. Businesses hold a lot of intelligence that they are

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protective of because of commercial sensitivity. But we need that

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information because that allows us to get a better picture of the

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problem. But here is what the police do read. We have used

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Freedom of Information to get figures for this spring and summer.

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Every month, visa three forces recorded more than 1,400

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shoplifting offences, but more than 100 offenders excepted penalty

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noses is, meaning they were not arrested. The stores one -- the

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police won the stores to do more to catch them. There are stores that

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get a lot of CCTV and use other tools for capturing crime. But then

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they are overshadowed by the fact that their marketing people come in

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and. Big banners and sales adverts in plays that have struck the CCTV.

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Recently, I saw one shoplifter hang himself into an East Midlands

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police station but then released because there was not evidence.

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Here police say some stores are making simple mistakes, too, like

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putting expensive plasma screen TVs is right next to the front door

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where people can simply walk off with them.

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So what happens to all those shoplifters that are not taken to

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court? One course of action the stores can take is to try to

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recover their money from those arrested. Joining us in the studio

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now is Jackie Lambert, who is the managing director of Retail Loss

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Prevention, a Nottingham-based firm which specialises in loss recovery.

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It seems that this is quite a big problem. We estimate there are

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about 6 million incidents of shoplifting a year that the good

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honest citizens of Britain are paying for. There is a feeling that

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the police know who the really prolific offenders of. Why are they

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not before the courts? Due to the sheer volume of crime. The police

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cannot cope with level one crime in Britain today. So with all of that

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and our courts system struggling to deal with volume, it is a huge cost

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also to take every criminal through the court. How successful are you

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in recovering money? For the majority of British retailers, our

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aim is to reduce crime so by our success is not just retrieving

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money for art retailers but preventing reoffending. We have

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less than 3% reoffending. It seems that it is more up to the stores to

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protect themselves. Certainly retailers take their

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responsibilities seriously in trying to deal with crime and

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assist the police. Thank you. Nottinghamshire's chief constable

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has been to see a police officer seriously injured in a hit and run

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incident. Diederik Coetzee was cycling along Blidworth Lane,

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towards Blidworth on Friday evening, when a vehicle hit him from behind.

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The driver did not stop. The 54 year-old, who was off duty at the

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time, is in a critical but stable condition in hospital. Police are

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examining CCTV footage to try to identify the car involved.

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present, all we know for sure is that this vehicle has front end and

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windscreen damage. In other words, it has sustained damage to its

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front bumper, to its front grille, and almost certainly to its

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windscreen. We believe the vehicle is probably grey.

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Still to come on the programme, Leicestershire motorcycle firm

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Norton promises to speed up deliveries after complaints from

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customers. Join me in London for the inauguration of an amazing

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piece of East Midlands clocked technology.

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An East Midlands school has become the first in the country to receive

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an award for tackling the issue of domestic violence. The South Notts

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Academy has been honoured by the White Ribbon Campaign, an

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organisation that raises awareness of the issue. Home Office figures

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show that 45 per cent of women experience some form of domestic

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violence, sexual assault or stalking.

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I promise never to keep quiet about domestic violence. I support White

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Ribbon Day because every man and woman should be treated equally.

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Pledging to take a stand against violence against men and women and

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boys and girls. This morning South Notts Academy was the first school

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to win a gold award from the White Ribbon Campaign, who worked to

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reduce violence. The organisation says the school is exceptional at

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teaching a difficult subject. in some people's eyes, very taboo.

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It can affect children's lives. It can bring out some things happening

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within their own lives and that can be very difficult to deal with but

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if you have the right kind of support available, it is a good

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thing. The pupils had even made this film as part of their studies.

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They learnt about respecting each other through a range of lessons.

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We should be careful what we say to people because even little things

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may still offend some people. think, slowly, people are starting

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to realise how bad it is. And I think slowly it will start to get

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that up. Now when I come into the school, they say, it is the white

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ribbon lady! And they know what the campaign is about because we mixed

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in interesting phone activities with a serious message. It is hoped

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the children learning respect for each other early on means respect

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between adults later in life. Two men have been arrested following a

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fire at its disused theatre in Derby over the weekend. The fire at

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the Hippodrome on Green Lane led to the evacuation of a number of homes

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on Saturday and part of the city centre had to be closed off. The

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Grade Two listed building had been left derelict after being badly

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damaged three years ago. Two men, aged 19 and 23, a being questioned

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on suspicion of arson. We have to carry on working with

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Derby City Council and building it, ascertaining the part -- state of

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the building, whether we need to demolish any parts.

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Police investigating firearms offences have raided three houses.

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Detectives arrested three men in Derby. They had search warrants for

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addresses in Elton Road and Victory Road. The men were questioned

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throughout the day while officers searched houses. Police also went

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to a property in Garsdale Court in Alvaston.

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A hospital trust in Nottinghamshire says it has made changes because of

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high death rates among some patients. The Dr Foster Hospital

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Guide looked at emergency cases at weekends. It says the mortality

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rate at the Sherwood Forest Hospitals Trust, which runs King's

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Mill, was significantly higher than expected. The trust has called it

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the findings an acceptable and says it has already taken action,

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including bringing in more emergency care doctors.

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Next, the huge demand for an iconic brand of motorbike that has led to

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long delays for some customers. The boss of Leicester-based Norton has

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admitted it has caught him on the hop and has apologised. However,

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one bike fan has told us he has had to call in a debt collection agency

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to get back money he had paid out for a bike that never arrived.

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The razzmatazz of the motorbike show. Motorbike -- Norton

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motorbikes, wearing -- Norton motorbikes at the NEC in Birmingham.

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The director admits some of his customers have had to wait a lot

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longer than the usual six to nine months for their hand-built bike.

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The pressure and the people wanting to take delivery of their bike as

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soon as they possibly can has overwhelmed as somewhat and we have

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not built the business to supply that many bikes this early, coming

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to market. One customer who had a frustrating wait for a �16,000 bike

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that never came was John from Southampton. He paid a deposit in

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July 2009 and the balance in 20th November 10. Despite repeated

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contact with Norton, he only got his money back last month. In the

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end, I had to take legal action and instruct a solicitor and a debt

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collection agency for in order to try to get some money back. I was

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successful but I still lost over �3,000. Now Stuart Garner intends

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to double his workforce to around 80 and get on top of the backlog of

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around 20 or so it late orders. do have some backdated people

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waiting for motorcycles, which we apologise for. But overall, it is a

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fabulous success story. We will work hard, we will get the bikes

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delivered for these guys... Christmas? By year end. I am still

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a Norton motorbikes fan and I will keep my bike if I can afford to do

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so now but I am afraid the new incarnation of the company, we have

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had a parting of the ways. Santander and is backing Norton

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motorbikes with a big loan underwritten by the Government and

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there is huge goodwill from the biking community for this iconic

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brand to succeed. Police have named a man who died in

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a crash on the A46 in Nottinghamshire at the weekend. 30

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year-old Lance Corporal Christopher Bradshaw was based at RAF Digby in

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Lincolnshire. He died when his car collided with an articulated lorry

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early on Saturday morning. Two other lorries and a car were also

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involved. Police are appealing for witnesses.

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The Government is being urged to include plans to widen the A453 in

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Nottinghamshire in a major spending announcement tomorrow. The

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Chancellor is expected to unveil a �30 billion programme to try to

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boost the economy. However, the dualling of the A453 is not on a

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list of 11 projects definitely included. The road's already been

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labelled as one of the most congested in the UK. Nottingham

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City Council says in proving it is vital for business.

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Now, it is not often the British beat the Swiss at clock-making, but

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that is exactly what an East Midlands firm has done, and it was

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at the invitation of the Swiss themselves. Yes, the clock makers

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Smith of Derby, have redesigned and rebuilt the iconic Glockenspiel

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clock that played every day in Leicester Square in London for over

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20 years. Giant Swiss cowbells, each with a

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human carrier, make their way to Swiss Court, just off Leicester

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Square, below a strange-looking structure. The new glockenspiel

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Clarke replaces one they used to just sit on the bold Swiss tourism

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centre. Installed in 1985, it ran around the outside of the building

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until that was recently demolished. The clock's figures were shipped

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first to Switzerland, then to Smith of Derby, to await reconstruction.

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It was in storage for three or four years and then we were asked to

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work alongside architects and developers to put the feature back

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but not on a building this time. It had to be designed to be a free-

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standing structure. After extensive testing this autumn, the clock and

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the retuned bells were taken from Derby to Leicester Square for

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installation on the 30 metre high derby built tower. It all had to

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satisfy the world's most exacting clock makers, the Swiss. For us, it

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was obvious to use a contractor here in the UK, together with the

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Swiss experts for the music and the bells, and together they created

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something marvellous. For the Smith family, pride in designing and

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controlling -- building the cocker, that will now be controlled from

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Derby. It is a story of the craftsmanship of the wooden figures

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through to the wireless technology that allows the team in Derby to

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control the clock and the animation of the figures. The clock will now

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perform five times a day on weekdays and eight times a day on

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weekends, in all, over 2000 times a year.

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Isn't that lovely? I want one in my front room. Still to come on the

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programme, hard going at the races. The lack of rain prompts a

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racecourse to cancel steeplechasing. Time for the sport. It has been a

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sombre couple of days in the world of football with everyone trying to

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digest the news of the death of Wales manager Gary Speed. Speed had

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a long and distinguished playing career and was building a

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reputation for excellence as a manager, too. He was found dead at

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home over the weekend at the age of 42. He had committed suicide.

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Leicester's Andy King has played against Speed, and for him with

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Wales. To achieve the sort of stuff that

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he has done in a career and still in a modern day game, you get

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people that of big time, but for him to do what he has done in the

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game and be the nicest guy there was is probably the biggest to beat

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anyone could pay to him. That is the kind of thing everyone

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is saying to us about Gary Speed today. But before that sad news,

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there was football this weekend and setbacks for all our Championship

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Portsmouth. This tent they were better. David Nugent just failed to

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connect with a teasing cross against his old team. The

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goalkeeper somehow kept out a header from Dave Kitson. In a tight

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game, Leicester went close through Lloyd Dyer and then Mills's shot

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wide. When the opening goal came, it was David Norris who scored it

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for the home side. The bell was trawling for Leicester before David

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Nugent popped up to score against his old club. Then a wonder save to

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earn a valuable point. I did not realise it was a save at the time.

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Steve Cotterill says his Nottingham Forest side have to be tougher in

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matches. They came up against an informed carded side who extended

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their unbeaten run to seven games. The goal was under pressure in the

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first half but they survived. Joe Mason finally scored near the end.

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We needed to take their chances when we created them. We created a

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couple in the first half. Derby County started well at West

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Ham with on-loan signing looking hungry for goals. His finishing was

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clinical. Just before half-time, after dealing with the free kick,

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Derby allowed the resulting cross took reached the Met for an

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equaliser. A volley from outside the box from Kevin Nolan then

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turned around the game as Nigel Clough once -- watched the points

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slip away. A penalty awarded for a thick file was harsh as it was

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outside the box. The Rams suffered their fourth defeat in a row.

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Notts County won a five-goal thriller against Scunthorpe at

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Meadow Lane. Pearce headed home the opener. Then the visitors equalised.

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Scumbled's second was a diving header from Bobby Grant. When

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Oliver Norwood was sent off for this reckless challenge, not used

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them an advantage. The scores were level at 22-2 and then a cool

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finish from Julian Kelly won all three points as not so extended

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their unbeaten home run took eight Leicester Tigers seemed to be well

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and truly back on form. The World Cup induced hiccup was over. That

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was clear from Saturday's win over Tigers can perform well enough now

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to make up for the poor start or the inevitable struggle without

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their internationals during the Six Nations. But coming from behind to

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score a second try and get a much- needed away win is enough to

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suggest the ability and will are very much there. Form is temporary.

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Nottingham Rugby seemed to be starting to go places this season,

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too. Still seventh in the table but on Saturday it was the captain's

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250th game and they totally demolished Moseley.

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Nottingham Panthers were hit by illness but still managed a

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comfortable win over Hull on Saturday. Two goals in the first

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period set Nottingham on their way and they simply never looked back

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from there. 6-1 was the final score. More startling, perhaps, last

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night's comeback in the Challenge Cup. The Panthers were 5-0 down

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after the first period. In the end it was 5-5. But that was not the

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comeback of the weekend. That was the Leicester Riders basketball

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team. They were 21 points down at half time in the first leg Cup

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semi-final against Newcastle but came back to draw 90-90. Let's hope

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for a great second leg in Newcastle on Friday. Another cracker as well,

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Alfreton Town 1-0 going into injury time finished 3-2.

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Brilliant. Leicester Racecourse has been forced to cancel

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steeplechasing after a lack of rain led to a track too hard for the

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horses. 2011 has been the driest year in the course's history.

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A day at the races, an occasion that brings excitement and if you

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are lucky maybe even a bit of money but recently at Leicester

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Racecourse events have gone flat. With its undulating ground and

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challenging jumps, Stibbard shares represents an exciting part of any

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race date but with the ground here to try and unsafe to use, they have

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had to scrap it and set up temporary hurdles over there, on

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the Flat course. Many people here feel something is missing. I do

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think it has lost something. If I was paying to come through the

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turnstiles and was not able to see them jump the steeplechase fences I

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would be slightly disappointed, but at the end of the day, the horse's

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welfare is paramount. We do not want to see horses injured.

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with the safety the organisation's number one priority, they had no

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choice but to cancel the race. use computers to measure the

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moisture levels and unfortunately our hands are tied until the rain

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arrives. It is frustrating. We cannot offer the whole ball much --

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whole product which we would like to offer. With the cause's

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sprinkler system out of action due to the terms of its Environment

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Agency licence, the main course, too, could dry out and more races

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could be cancelled. The cause needs rain. We need some December rain.

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We have our big Christmas meeting on 28th December and we really do

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want to be on the position to brace then. The organisers just won the

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heavens to open. As if by magic, somebody who knows

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the answer. She says there is so much whether she could draw for 30

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Sh Leicestershire Racecourse, some rain on the way tomorrow. And again

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during the early annas of Thursday morning. But this evening, a much

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milder night and it is going to be cloudy but very windy and will

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continue to be windy in the next 24 others. If you look closely at this

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picture, there are ladybirds here. He disturbs them two weeks ago,

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doing gardening, and they are there now for two weeks. Send us your

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pictures. Why are we getting these changeable weather? Lots of weather

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systems come in from the Atlantic. We have this weather front here

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bringing increasing cloud but this area of rain bringing in tomorrow

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some very heavy rain for and some gusty wind. Out there at the moment,

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it is fairly chilly, but dry. We are stopping to see the

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introduction of the South East south-westerly airflow so it is one

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of those rare nights where temperatures will actually increase

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rather than decrease. The minimum will be about seven or eight

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Celsius. Mostly dry. We wake up tomorrow morning with all of that

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cloud, the wind increasing through the day, spots of drizzle, but then

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the rain arrives. It will move in by lunch time, slowly moving east.

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Heavier pauses at times and the wind very gusty. We could see gusts

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of up to 60mph. A mild day with temperatures reaching about 12

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Celsius. His brain will continue to clear to give us a very chilly

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night Tuesday. -- and this rain. Wednesday will be dry and bright

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but then the rain will move in Thursday morning. That raised on

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Thursday afternoon. Very cold with Before we go, a quick word about

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tonight's Inside Out, because they have an exclusive report from the

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high-security hospital in Brompton in Nottinghamshire. As cameras are

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letting for the first time in decades, we will be speaking to

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