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

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Our top story tonight: Police wait to question the two

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young survivors of the Melton killings. Adam and Kimberly Day are

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recovering from stab wounds believed to have been inflicted by

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their father. Clearly we have got a 12-year-old boy and 15-year-old

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girl who are in hospital having been very seriously injured. I

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can't even start to imagine how they will deal with that trauma and

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grief. Also, the worrying increase in

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online grooming of children. My mum recognised the relationship for

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water wars and took me to the police station. I found out he was

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a convicted paedophile. -- for what it was.

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Plus, how ill are you? 300 people a week are taken off incapacity

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benefits. And the stately home paying half a

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Good evening, welcome to Monday's programme. First tonight, two

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children are slowly giving evidence to the police about an attack which

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resulted in the deaths of their mother, father and sister. It is

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believed former inspector Toby Day, from Melton Mowbray, killed his

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wife Samantha and his daughter before stabbing his two older

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children and then killing himself. The officer in charge of the

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investigation has today released more details about what happened,

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as Helen Astle reports. Four days on and many flowers have

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been left here outside the family's home. Inquests were open today at

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Loughborough and the court was told that Janet identified the bodies of

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her daughter, her son-in-law and her granddaughter, the six-year-old.

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The two younger children who survived the -- older children who

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survived the attack are in hospital. Kimberly has injuries to her neck.

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I can't even start to imagine how they will deal with that form and

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grief. They are able to talk to us occasionally but we are not at a

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stage where Quick an interview either of them. We will do that

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when it is appropriate and when they are ready, if they ever are,

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to talk to us. Toby Day was an inspector with Leicestershire

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Police. The police wanted one win is in particular to come forward.

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My appeal today is particularly around a van that we knew drew

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around the crescent at 4:20pm. The only description I have is that it

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was white. It is not involved in any way. It just happened to drive

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along the road at the relevant time. The Detective Superintendent also

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wants to quash stories running in the national press about what

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happened. Talking about the reason why Toby was dismissed and that

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Samantha was having an affair. It is complete fabrication. I just

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want to wait for the outcome of my investigation. I say that because

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we have a grieving family who are waiting for the truth. That will

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come with the coroner's inquest. It cannot come from tales of fantasy.

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The police inquiry is continuing. In the meantime, the little girl's

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school has paid tribute to her, describing her as a delight.

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Support has been offered to other children and teachers. It has also

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emerged that Adam and Kimberly know that their mother, father and

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little sister had died. Joining us live now from

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Leicestershire Police HQ is the chairman of the Leicestershire

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Police Federation, Ivan Stafford. Good evening. Thank you for joining

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us. You knew Inspector Toby Day personally. What kind of person was

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Very diligent in his work and popular with his colleagues. What's

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been the impact of this tragedy within Leicestershire Police?

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wide-ranging. People are very distressed by it and they have to

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remain professional about that and they will come to terms with what

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has happened in the fullness of time. We don't know why this

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happened but Inspector Day had been dismissed shortly before. Is there

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support in place when officers are dismissed? The Police Federation is

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a staff association and when an officer gets involved in an

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internal disciplinary matter, a representative is provided for them

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to act as their friend and guide and assist them through the process.

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It can be quite traumatic at times. That is the support from the Police

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Federation and it can remain, if necessary, after the dismissal if

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that is necessary. Thank you. About 300 people a week are now

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being removed from the region's sick list. The Benefits Agency is

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reassessing around 1,000 people on incapacity benefits and moving

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about a third of them onto jobseeker's payments instead. It's

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all part of a government drive to slash the incapacity benefits bill.

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But some think it's not fair, as our health correspondent, Rob

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Sissons, reports. Jagdish says even getting around

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his rented flat in Derby can be a struggle. He is on painkillers but

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osteoarthritis and told benefit assesses about eight heart attacks

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and angina. After five years of claiming incapacity benefit, he has

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been reassessed as fit for work. I could work in any way, I would go

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and get a job. I have never, ever liked sitting down. The problem is,

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my back, my neck and my heart. I can't walk. He told me the

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Government's talk on going back to work is a harsh reality. He looks

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at losing around �30 a week in benefits. Just like they can put a

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dog down, they can put you down. a statement, the Department for

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In the East Midlands, 99,000 people were claiming jobseeker's allowance

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in October. The numbers declared sick and unable to work, however,

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was vastly sire. -- vastly higher. The numbers of Jagdish worries

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about a his heating bills. I pitied on for three hours in the morning

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and then three hours in the evening. -- I put it on. About a third of

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appeals are upheld. A new review into the way assessments are done

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will take place sooner. Welfare reform was never going to be easy.

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Next, the continuing fight against the sexual exploitation of children.

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In Derbyshire, the police are currently investigating 80 cases.

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And they've been commended for their role in tackling what is a

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growing problem. As part of a new national strategy, the Government

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says other forces should follow Derbyshire's lead, as Sarah Teale

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reports. Child exploitation is a frightening

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and growing problem. Some vulnerable young children are

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targeted on the streets. But others are preyed on even in the apparent

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safety of their own homes. Jake was just 13 when he was a victim of

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online grooming. I asked if he could be me in Derby and he could

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go for a coffee and he said, yeah, that is fine. I can pick you up and

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take you do Birmingham, we can go shopping. We can spend a night at

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my hotel. My mum recognised the relationship for what it was an

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took me to the police station. I found out he had actually been a

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convicted paedophile. The issue hit the headlines in January after a

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gang of men in Derby were jailed for cruising the streets and

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crooning girls as young as 12. They were convicted following a specific

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operation called Operation Retriever, run by Derbyshire Police.

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Officers say they deal with hundreds of cases of child

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exploitation every year. We are dealing with sexual exploitation

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every single day in different crimes, so whether that is a rape,

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sexual activity with a child, assault, incitement. We deal with

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that every day. A new UK government action plan commenced Derbyshire

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Police for the wicket has done. The strategy aims to draw on work

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around the country to prevent child exploitation, identify those at

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risk and support victims. Tonight, we look at why the problem is

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growing, whether it is racially motivated and what is being done to

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help the children who are at risk. That is at 7:30pm tonight on BBC

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One. A woman has been sexually assaulted

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while she was walking her dog in Derby. The 43-year-old was on a

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footpath near woods off Wilmore Road at around 10.45am on Saturday

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morning. Her attacker is described as Eastern European in appearance

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and in his early 20s. He was around 5ft 8 inches tall, skinny build and

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had noticeably bad teeth, with one of the top front ones missing.

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Engineers have been installing solar panels on more than 1,000

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homes in Nottingham before the government deadline. From today,

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solar panel owners will be paid 50% less for the electricity they

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produce. Nottingham City Homes has spent about �7 million installing

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panels on 1,300 of their properties. Still to come on the programme, big

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bills for that tiny bundle of joy. The spiralling cost of the first

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year of life. Plus, it is the busiest day of

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their year. Will be with the men and women sorting out that all-

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important Christmas mail. -- we will be.

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And it is another wet and windy light across the -- across the East

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Midlands, with gusts of 50 miles an hour going through, and then

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tomorrow, the chance of a few snow showers. More later.

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Nottinghamshire's next chief constable has been announced today.

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It's Chris Eyre, who is currently the force's deputy chief. And he's

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also spent time in charge of the Leicestershire force. But what else

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do we know about him? Our social affairs correspondent, Jeremy Ball,

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can tell us more. Chris Eyre was brought to a

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Nottinghamshire when its police force was facing a crisis. A series

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of damning inspection reports that prompted the current chief to

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replace her top command team. He has been in charge of turning

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around a force at the same time as dealing with the huge squeeze in

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his Budget. In addition to the �42.3 million we haven't cut, there

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is another �12 million we should receive in government grant that we

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are not. So we have a shortfall of 12 million. He has already spent

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nine months in charge of another force. He was Leicestershire's

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temporary Chief Constable and his been a national police chief

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spokesman on forensic services. But it was this local tragedy that put

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him at the eye of the storm - the case of Fiona Pilkington, who

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killed herself and her severely disabled daughter after constant

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hounding by yobs in Barwell. The police were accused of shameful

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neglect. I started by offering my apologies to both the public and

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the family for where policing have not met the requirements of the

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local community or Fiona and her daughter through the process. I

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offer my unreserved apologies and I meant it from the heart. I still do.

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He will take over from the current police chief at a time when

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policing will face a radical changes and more policing cuts.

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Derbyshire Dales District Council is to close two tourist information

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centres. It says not enough people are using them and the move will

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save around �100,000 a year. Around 20, mainly part-time, jobs will go.

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The Matlock Visitor Centre will close by the end of March next year,

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and the one in Ashbourne a year later. The centres will be replaced

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by information points elsewhere in the towns.

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With just under two weeks till Christmas, today is the busiest day

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of the year for Royal Mail staff working across the East Midlands.

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With double the volume of letters and packages to deliver, they're

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working around the clock, as Geeta Pendse reports.

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If you are feeling the pressure of Christmas, spare a thought for

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staff here at the Royal Mail sorting office in Nottingham. Today

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is the busiest day of fear for them as they sought the thousands of

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cards and packages. -- day of the deer as they sort. The machines

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behind me would normally run for six hours on a Monday evening,

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whereas today there will be running non-stop for about 18 hours. So the

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volumes coming through a double what we normally see. To get a

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sense of the scale of the operation, Royal Mail currently have 21,000

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members of staff salt -- sorting out the post. They will have dealt

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with 63 million items. Last year's dreadful weather was a real

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challenge for the team. But with the mayhem, many are looking

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forward to Christmas Day. I am looking forward to Christmas Eve

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and finally being able to relax or stop it is very intense. But we are

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enjoying people coming in and decorating their machines. There is

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a real buzz bob around the place. The best advice for now is, post

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your mail as early as possible. Second class on Saturday.

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Next tonight, what price life? Or death? It seems that with the cost

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of everything else rising, it's also getting expensive to mark some

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of life's significant moments. This week, we're looking at just how

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much it costs to get married and even to die. But first, birth.

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Sumeer Kalyani looks at how those little bundles of joy can end up

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costing their parents a big fat Harry Adkin has only been in the

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world a few days. He is among more than 28,000 babies born in the East

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Midlands each year. While it is an exciting time, it can also be one

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of the most expensive. I think if you sat down and thought about it

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and added Aberthin up, it would be a shock. But because you are

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spending on a monthly, weekly, daily basis, is spaces things out.

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With nappies, nursery and toys and even day-care to think about,

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there's little bundles of joy can cost a big bundle of money - around

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�10,000 in their first year. And it doesn't stop there. If by the time

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they reach five, parents could be forking out more than �60,000.

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can end up spending more than you need to without the guidance and

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having a sense of being able to share items and not being afraid to

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go second hand or look at selling things on after you have used them

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and getting back some money. But it doesn't have to be so expensive.

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Experienced mothers here have some money-saving tips for new parents.

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If people of the second-hand things, take them. As long as they are

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clean and working it doesn't matter. Children don't mind. When you have

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your first, you are pressured into buying a lot of things you don't

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actually need. Use the Sure Start Centre is an Ben you can learn that

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babies can be interested in stuff that is not toys. Back here,

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luxuries and baby toys are already on their shopping list. But why

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would she have it any other way? At least making the baby is free!

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Enough of that! We will immediately go to the sport! They are found

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under a gooseberry bush! Sport tonight starts with Derby,

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who put a stop to their slide with a come-from-behind win at Bristol

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City. And, yet again, it was one of Derby's young guns who produced the

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eye-catching moment. They keep making a mark, don't they?

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All players young and Derby, making their mark in different ways, and

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now we can add Callum ball to the list. He has got his first senior

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goal. It is his second first in two appearances and it is important for

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a young player. This game was partly atoned by some busy and play

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from an older stall wart. Jamie Ward gave an early present for

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Brighton to tap in. And then, at 19-year-old and your first senior

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goal. Happy days. So while Derby are using their

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youth set-up to maximum effect, Leicester look likely to splash the

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cash and strengthen in next month's January transfer window. The club's

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Thai owners continue to invest in all kinds of ways. And on Saturday,

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Christmas came early at the King Power, at least off the pitch, as

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It is Leicester City's last home game before Christmas so the owners

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have laid on a fantastic winter Wonderland here in the car-park for

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all the fans. I want to make the fans happy and

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give them a good experience, not just come and watch the football

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game and wait for the result. But at least they have something there

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for the kids. I will get you, Santa Clause! Father Christmas has turned

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out to support it and it is really good. A good way of paying back

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some of the loyalty. They couldn't do more for us. It is a big club

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and we are going places. And of course, everybody will have a great

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Christmas if Leicester are winning. What is your assessment of Nigel's

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performance so far? He is doing a great job. For me, not only on the

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pitch but at the training as well. He can motivate the players and the

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staff as well because he is tough. In his first five games, Nigel

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Pearson has won two, drawn two and lost one. But this game against

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Peterborough was not a Christmas cracker. Leicester were on top in

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the first half with a sackful of chances but striker Jermaine

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Beckford is not having any luck. It took until the start off the second

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half for Paul Gallagher to make a breakthrough and then it looked

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like Leicester would go on to win. But Peterborough held firm at the

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back and asserted themselves, as Leicester-born at lead Tomlins

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scored the equaliser. Today was a golden opportunity and we have let

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it pass, basically. We have dropped points in the last two games which

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we were very disappointed about, because we should be doing better.

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But we will get there. Which leaves the Nottingham clubs,

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both of whom can count themselves very unlucky to have been beaten

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this weekend. But sometimes that's just how football is. The problem

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for Forest in particular is that playing well and losing is now a

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bit of a habit. The Reds battered Crystal Palace at

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the City Ground. The chances reined in, especially in the first half

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and Forest was denied by some unbelievable box, great goalkeeping

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and bad luck. The post-match routine is becoming repetitive. But

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you cannot blame them for that. just have a problem of putting the

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ball in the back of the net. That is our problem! You don't take

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those chances... We could have been 4-2 run up by half-time. If you

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don't take those chances... This is how it bit them. Regulation of the

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palace but they should not have been even close to Forest by this

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stage. You feel if one thing drops right for the reds, it will all

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come good. This rocket from a striker was their best opportunity.

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But they will cost up with two minutes left. Had it is becoming a

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real fight for those play-off places.

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In rugby, Leicester Tigers' big match did not go their way. They

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were heavily beaten by Clermont Auvergne in the Heineken Cup. The

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turning point in the game came when Tigers were 16-5 down. Both Manu

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Tuilagi and George Chuter were sent to the sin bin. So with just 13 men

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left on the pitch, the French side took control and went on to win the

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game 30-12. It leaves Tigers' home game with Clermont this coming

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Saturday as a must-win affair. But this try from Ben Youngs gives them

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hope. No bonus point for the French is very good news.

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And just a reminder in case you missed it over the weekend - good

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wins for both Nottingham Panthers and Nottingham Rugby on Friday

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night, the Rugby Club beginning to look like contenders.

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And finally our delighted congratulations to Derbyshire's

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Leon Haslam. The Superbike star is now a dad. His wife Oli gave birth

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to Ava May in the early hours of this morning and all are doing just

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fine. That is lovely. Hopefully he has

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been saving up his pennies after that last feature!

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Are you cleaning the house from top to bottom? Ready for Christmas

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guests? Well, some houses are certainly getting a good going over

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for different reasons. Belton House, near Grantham, is having its annual

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winter clean-up. And, not only that, but the 17th-century house is also

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getting a 21st-century heating system. It's cost a cool half a

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million, as Tom Brown reports. Sit-in at the heart of the

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Lincolnshire countryside for more than 300 years, Belton House has an

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aura of tranquillity about it. And with the National Trust property in

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a closed until the spring, its contents have been wrapped up for

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their winter hibernation. We cover all the furniture and the objects

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and ceramics. They are covered with paper covers. Once we have done

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that, work begins to clean the entire contents of the house. But

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this year, that is all a bit different. And this difference is a

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new computerised trading system designed to keep punitive levels in

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the house constant and protect the priceless artifact inside. -- to

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keep heating levels. But there is some disruption. This is the saloon.

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You would have got as far as here if you had known the family.

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Radiators and computer systems are being put in, with the carpets been

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called up. The house was once owned by the Speaker of the House of

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Commons. This is an object that will benefit from this new central

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heating system. The Cabinet is 17th century. It is Venetian and if the

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wood and khakis gets damp it will swell and that is when you get

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problems with Veneer coming off. Will next year's visitors notice a

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difference? They might come in in July it when it is hot and warm and

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Sol tree outside and if we have a sudden downpour, the humidity will

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go up and our central heating will come on. Apart from that, it will

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be business as usual come March. And a feeling of tranquillity will

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return as though nothing had happened.

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She did look chilly, didn't she? I am guessing Sara has got her

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tightly-packed isobars! Mary windy tonight but not quite as much as by

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the time we get to Friday. -- very But we had a tranquil picture to

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show you first. A very different story tonight, though. We have a

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south-westerly wind starting to increase as that band of mate

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crosses the East Midlands and the wind will become stronger. -- band

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of rain. Some very heavy rain as it crosses the region and we could see

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around 30 mm falling. There are quite a few wintry showers coming

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in behind and the opportunity for some ice as well. Quite a cold

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night denied. Feeling or outside. And that is not with the wind at

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its full strength. -- feelings raw outside. A few showers will become

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wintry a have a higher ground but we will see colder air coming in. A

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windy day tomorrow. Through the early part of the morning, at lower

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levels, we will have a wintry mix of hail, sleet and snow. Very windy

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again through Wednesday, with the majority of snow showers more

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confined to the coast. Quite a bright day but it will be cold and

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windy with the odd snow shower affecting the Peak District. But it

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is this deep area of low pressure, a nasty looking storm, which looks

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