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This is East Midlands Today with Dominic Heale. And me, Kylie

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Pentelow. Our top story tonight: A new war of words over Bombardier's

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lost contract. Union anger about the Thames linked

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deal. We do not know the basis on which it was accepted and to keep

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this out of the public domain is outrageous.

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Also, praying for help. For a plea to our government from our churches.

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Sort out the metal thieves before they destroy our buildings and our

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budgets. Plus a capital idea. What Boris

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Johnson thinks Leicester can learn from London.

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And after 15 years of trying, a couple welcome twins on New year's

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Good evening, welcome to Tuesday's programme and our first full

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programme of 2012. First tonight: show us the money. That's the call

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from a union and MPs in the row over Bombardier's lost Thameslink

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contract. They want Siemens of Germany to

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publish the financial details of their winning bid for the �1.4

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billion order. It could help explain why the rail carriages are

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to be built near Dusseldorf instead of in Derby.

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But tonight a senior manager at Siemens in the UK said putting the

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figures in the public domain is not a good idea. Mike O'Sullivan is in

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Derby and can tell us more. Workers at Bombardier got a boost between

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Christmas and the New Year. A new rail contract worth �188 million.

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It was the Big One That Got Away, Thames Link, that continues Tonight

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Siemens in the UK rejecting calls to put the financial details of

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their winning bid under the spotlight. Bombardier not around to

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comment on whether they'd want It led to Bombardier of Derby

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announcing a 1400 job losses. Campaigners for the Derby-based

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company Save the financial details of how Siemens are one should be

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out in the open. We do not know the basis on which the Siemens bid was

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accepted for Thames Link. To keep this out of the public domain is

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outrageous. The transport select committee of MPs has recommended

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that the financial difference between the bids from Siemens and

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Bombardier is revealed. But Siemens says shining a light on a

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competitive tendering process would not be the right thing to do.

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first reason is that ourselves, as well as all the other people that

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competed in the process, like Bombardier, signed a process

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agreement which has very strict requirements regarding

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confidentiality. That is number one. The second one is that when you are

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involved in are the very so fierce competitive tendering process, not

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only in the UK but across the world, I don't think it would be in the

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interests of ourselves or any other parties. In the tendering process

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to make that information public. I think it would damage competition

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and would not be the best value for the fare-paying passenger. Some

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observers have suggested that Siemens financial clout, with a

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credit rating higher than Bombardier, was the main reason why

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Derby lost and tussled of one. Bombardier are not around to

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comment but they've all -- always a pointed towards the wider impacts

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to be taken into account. The government has said they will do

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that now and that is important for Derby because there is another

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important contract coming up, valued at �1 billion.

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Next, a crime wave that's sending worshippers through the roof. Last

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year was the worst on record for people stealing metal from churches

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- and Nottinghamshire was one of the worst hit areas in the country.

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We've been given the latest figures today. They show the thefts are

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costing the county's churches well over �500,00 a year, money they

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just can't afford. Metal theft is massive, massive

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business, massive crime and a massive headache and heartache for

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our churches. They took the lead off the roof, all the way along

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this side. They took lead from the far corner and down that side.

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We've had to cover everything with this covering. And we had a

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tarpaulin on the roof. They fitted every security device going after

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the lead was ripped off for years ago but that didn't stop thieves

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coming back recently. Once it has happened, you always think it is

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going to happen again and when it does the second time, it is

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devastating. Anglican churches across Nottinghamshire are some of

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the worst effects is in the country. Latest figures show that in 2010,

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there were 49 insurance claims. Last year, as you can see, that

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figure almost doubled and the amount of money they can claim is

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limited. It is nothing like the amount they need to repair the

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damage. So the true cost to Nottinghamshire's churches last

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year was well over 500 million -- �500,000. This latest theft has

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cost us around �35,000 and we are grateful for people's generosity

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but we cannot keep on replacing our lead. They want action. The

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government is looking to change the law to tackle the theft. In

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Nottinghamshire, the police have been running operation the Talacre,

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liaising with scrap-metal dealers. -- operation Metallica.

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Still to come on the programme: force ten winds, fallen trees, and

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flood warnings. But not here. We've escaped the

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worst of it but will our luck hold? We are not out of the woods yet.

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There seems to be a sting in the tail. The winds will strengthen

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further the season. All the details The Mayor of Leicester Sir Peter

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Soulsby has kicked off the New Year by pressing the government for new

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powers to run the city. And London's Mayor Boris Johnson

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has backed him, saying it'll give Leicester a bigger profile.

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It's one of the many changes that could shape the local and national

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political scene in 2012. This is big picture politics.

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man was the first mayor of Leicester. The mayor of Leicester

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was the sort of powers once enjoyed by his city's Victorian

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predecessors. Our public transport is very inadequate. The fire and do

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my job properly, I need the same powers as Boris has in London.

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Johnson not only runs transport in the capital but also the police. --

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Khmer London. It means you know there is some person who is

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accountable to you and you can hold them to account. If they are not

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succeeding, you can chuck them out. So should other mayors get tax-

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raising powers? There is a strong case for that. The mayor of London

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has additional powers and effect. But debate will start up if mayors

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are created after next May. Next May, Nottingham, together with

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other be English -- big English cities, will have a referendum vote

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on whether it wants a directly Efenechtyd mayor. But could be the

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cue for the government to give elected mayors are far more powers.

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Another significant change in 2012 will affect controversial housing

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and planning issues. The council leaders... There is a large amount

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of concern about alterations proposed to the planning rules

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particularly. Some see this as a danger to areas like the green belt

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and giving carte blanche to am -- to developers to develop without

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planning permission. A a financial squeeze on household budgets will

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tighten in 2012. -- the financial squeeze. This political Palmer

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should will be looking for... big issue is going to the economy,

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and whether or not we are getting the growth and jobs reneged in the

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private sector to make up the shortfall in the public sector and

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are generally for the overall recovery of the country. We have

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not had any growth. It has been flat lining. The next 12 months,

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David Cameron has to get growth in the economy. I don't think he will.

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The Prime Minister says we will get through it. 20121 indicator if he

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is right. -- 2012 will indicate if he is

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right. Well, our Political Editor joins us

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in the studio. And John, the New Year's about to remind us of one of

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Grantham's best known exports. Yes, the Iron Lady is back. From

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this Friday, Meryl Streep's movie portrayal of Mrs Thatcher hits the

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cinema screens. But here's a turn- up. Among the film's extras is the

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veteran Derbyshire Labour MP Dennis Skinner - the beast of Bolsover

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himself. The most interesting thing about the extras was there were

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half a dozen Tory whips out there, probably guarding the place. They

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were extras as well but they had to sit on the same side as me shouting

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insults at Thatcher. That was the most amusing part, Tory whips

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shouting out Thatcher! I asked the Right Honourable Gentleman, whose

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fault is that? She has always been meticulous in her preparation for

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her fans, that is why she has won Oscars and been nominated for

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Oscars countless times and will almost certainly be nominated again.

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A There's a first. A Dennis Skinner prediction for the Oscars! And

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while you would struggle to find a statue to Mrs Thatcher in her home

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town, The Iron Lady is coming to Grantham. I've been assured, the

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movie will be screened at the town's Reel cinema from Friday.

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Other news now: Police have named a three-year-old girl who died

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following a road crash in Derbyshire. Lily Grace Roberts,

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from Hilton, was seriously injured in the collision, which happened

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yesterday afternoon on the A50 near Findern. Two vehicles were involved,

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a silver Nissan, in which Lily Grace was travelling, and a blue

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lorry. Derbyshire police are asking anyone who saw the incident to

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contact them. Two men have pleaded not guilty to

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charges involving the theft of six horses. 48-year-old James Snoddy

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from Nottingham denies stealing the horses from a field in Calverton

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last July. 43-year-old Christopher Booth from East Bridgford pleaded

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not guilty to one charge of possessing stolen horses. After the

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police found the animals, two had to be put down because they were in

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poor condition. A trial will take place at Nottingham Crown Court

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later this year. The countdown has begun to one of

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the biggest sporting events this country has ever seen. This summer,

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Leicestershire will be thrust into the global spotlight as both the

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British and Japanese Olympic teams come to Loughborough University to

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train. But what will the lasting impact be

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for the town that's hosting all of these athletes?

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In six months' time, hundreds of athletes will be making use of

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these facilities at Loughborough University but it is not just about

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sport. People in the town are excited about the business

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opportunities the games will bring. There are not going to be a lot of

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business benefits because all the retail people are going to get

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involved, they will be supplying not just the Olympic teams that are

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based here but their families and their supporters as well. There are

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local businesses that will benefit from the general high. The facts

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Loughborough will be more on the map that it already is. The �6

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million refurbishment of the town's railway station has also helped

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boost its image. Along with the construction of two new hotels, in

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anticipation of Olympic business. If there are more people coming in,

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they will spend more in the area. It is a great opportunity. I think

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you cannot go wrong with it. There are many shops which have closed so

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maybe it will improve things. think they are very important.

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Everybody is struggling for money but the many people bring into the

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town will be spent here. If the so- called legacy of the Danes will not

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just be measured in bricks-and- mortar. There will definitely be a

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physical legacy from the Games but obviously, the softer legacy will

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be the fact that more people will be motivated by the games and

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inspired to perhaps pursue a career in athletics was some sort of sport

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themselves, or just become a bit healthier and fitter. It is hoped

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the benefits to this town will continue to make a splash for years

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to come. We all know that blood stocks can

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run low at this time of year. Donors are in great demand. And the

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same is true of dogs. The Leicestershire-based charity

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Pet Blood Bank says its supplies have dwindled over the festive

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break and it's appealing for dog donors to lend a helping paw.

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Joe is an ideal blood donor, a young dog which weighs more than 25

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kilos. He is friendly and fully vaccinated. Last year, we had an

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accident with our other dog. In the end, she had to have her leg a

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contented -- amputated. A large dog can donate nearly one pint of blood

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a time. The supplies are then sold to vet so nationwide. Each donation

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is split into different components so more than one dog can benefit

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from each donation. Vets are making very good use of these products.

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People's perception of what health care for their animals should be

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has changed over the years. People nowadays expect equivalent levels

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of health care for their Peps as with themselves. We have to

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constantly strive to improve the level of health care we produce,

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using blood and other ways to do that. What is in it for the

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patients? There is no tea and biscuits, just a tasty bowl of dog

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food. Still to come on the programme:

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Glad Tidings, times two. The first day of the New Year heralds twins

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There's been no rest for our intrepid adventurer Sarah Outen

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over Christmas and the New Year. She's spent the festive season in

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training for the next leg of her record-breaking attempt to loop the

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globe from London to London. She's in Japan, preparing to set

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off in the spring to row across the Pacific Ocean to Canada.

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Arriving in Japan after cycling 11,000 miles and kayaking dangerous

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waters. Since arriving in the country, Sarah has been

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volunteering in areas worst hit by the earthquake and tsunami. It is

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particularly poignant seeing some of the stuff that has been washed

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up, to London's choice -- children's toys, clothes and so on.

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Back home in Rutland, friends, family and supporters packed vital

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supplies into her boat. This seven metre-long vessel will be home to

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Sarah for several months when she attempts to row solo across the

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Pacific Ocean. But will be the second leg of her record-breaking

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attempt to cycle, kayak and roll around the world, from London to

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London. Sara's experience in Japan will always stay with her. It has

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humbled and silenced me. It has reminded me that the ocean is boss.

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Messages of love and support have been scrawled on the boat to give

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her encouragement, including one from her mother. Excited for her

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but obviously it is a huge, huge expanse of water to row across. But

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she will do it. She is so determined. Packed with supplies,

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but was sent off in style. Next stop, Japan, for the woman who

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wants to break records running here. Good luck to her.

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What a happy new year. All four clubs enjoying excellent starts to

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2012. Goals for Forest and a winning streak for Derby on the way,

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along with a party at Meadow Lane. But first, Leicester City. Today

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they had an attempt to sign Hull City's Cameron Stewart

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contemptuously dismissed by Hull. But yesterday they came up with

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their first win in six games, putting them back in the playoff

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picture. Nigel Pearson admitted it was not

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pretty but says his first away win since returning to the foxes was an

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important one, given the club's lofty expectations. First player

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opened the scoring against his former side with a touch of the,

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Kohl and the classy. Watch the keeper smash the ball against his

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own defender. It was a free kick that led to goal number two. Nigel

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Pearson had well and truly shaken things up. Palace pulled one back,

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leaving Leicester to ride out the home pressure. The game ended on a

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sour note. Through the south London sunshine, an altercation between

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Howard and the assistant referee led to the striker's dismissal.

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Howard continued his argument, despite his fate. A big win for the

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foxes, who stomped home just four points of the play-off places.

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There were away wins for Derby and Forest too. Derby, who are having a

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seesaw season, making it three wins on the trot and Forest ending a run

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of seven games without a goal. At last!

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You wait 10 hours for a goal, and then three come along all at once.

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The first came after five minutes. Forest's last goal was by the same

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player, also by then -- also against it which. -- Ipswich. The

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tractor boys began to show signs of pulling out of their rut. Having

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broken for rat, Forest were full of confidence. The second was a belter.

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Ipswich were still in the game. Thomas hit the bar from a distance.

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No one was able to put the ball in from the rebound. When Thomas went

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over in the box, had such were given a penalty and Grant scored

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from the spot. This player masterminded the victory with no

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passes. Forest would like to play at which every week. Derby have had

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a cracking Christmas with three wins in a row. Derby coach says it

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may not have been the best performance but praised the side's

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effort. When the chance came, it fell to Robinson after the break,

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who took his time before sliding it underneath the keeper. The Rams had

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a chance to add to their lead but did not get the run of the green.

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After that, Derby put up stubborn resistance. The Hull bourse said

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they set out to frustrate his side and they succeeded.

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While the Championship clubs all celebrated, so did Notts County.

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The world's oldest professional Football League clubs turns 150

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years old this year. It's an amazing history and one the club

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continues to honour. The reception area is brand new, so

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is the trophy cabinet. This is not a club pickling itself in the past

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but it is celebrating. This year, Notts County will be marking 150

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years of football. They are even serving specially brewed beer.

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means everything. We are proud. Long-term fans have not just turned

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up for today's glory. It means a lot to everybody. Inside the ground,

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out came the old players. Great goalscorers, promotion winners,

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fans and so on. A lot of the players who have played for the

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club still live in the area and would break a leg to get down here

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to celebrate. It's a great day. of this who pluck is only good if

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the team of 2012 can do it on the This bit went nuts after half-time.

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Huddersfield's first goal sparked 40 minutes of enthralling end-to-

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end football, including decent chances for Notts County. The

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spills did not stop there. Both teams hit the bar before Notts

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determination played dividends. Lee Hughes was strong in the box and

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deadly with the finish. The fans loved it. Absolutely fantastic.

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Come on, Notts County. With Haydon Hollis making his debut, a day

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focused on the past was about the future as well. Our supporters love

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to see one of their own coming through the system. There are more

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lads coming through the system. now we do know what else is new

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beer is good for. It's good for celebrating unexpected new ears..

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Very well done to Notts County. In Ice Hockey Panthers are second

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in the table and pushing leaders Belfast hard after ending the

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festive period with a confident 5-0 win over Hull last night. The team

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are away at Braehead this evening hoping for more of the same.

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And today's windy weather was a positive at Southwell Racecourse.

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It's got behind the horses in a five furlong charge and helped a

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four year old called Ghostwing to a new course record.

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Now we're only three days into the new year but for one couple, 2012

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has already brought them everything they wanted. The Kanabars from

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Leicester have spent the last 15 years trying to have a baby but now

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they've had not one, but two! The babies were the first twins to

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be born in the city this year. Meet the twins. They've yet to be

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named. The pair were born on the early hours of New year's Day. For

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the parents, it is the end of 15 years of trying. This time last

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year, we had given up hope. We thought that sit, you know. A year

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down the line, we have to beautiful children. A boy and a girl. I don't

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have words to describe it. It's a blessing. It is the best feeling

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you can ever get. It is the best thing that ever happened to us. We

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are living our dream now and that is fantastic. The babies were born

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by Caesarean section. For the father, waiting to join his wife in

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a theatre was an anxious time. half an hour wait, whilst they got

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everything where -- everything ready, that was the longest half-

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an-hour of my life. Everything goes through your head, what is

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happening? They took me in and within five minutes, the baby boy

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was born. One minute later, the baby girl was born. He was crying.

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I was crying. Everything ran to my body and I started crying.

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Everything was perfect. After 15 years of wanting a child, they are

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now looking forward to a very happy and very busy 2012.

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How lovely. It sounds like the only ones not crying with the babies

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themselves! The wind has been preparing horses

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Briefly but things will turn more unsettled over the next few hours.

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We will get strong winds and squally showers. This photograph

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was taken earlier. Thanks for sending it in. It was this area of

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low pressure sitting across Scotland that has moved out towards

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the North Sea. It has taken with it all the heavy rain we had earlier

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today. The win Seve's a little. Down to 35 mph gusts. This evening,

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real see this occluded front pushing through, bringing with it

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squally showers. We can expect guests of between 50 and 60 Matt

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Powell. It is brief and should clear by midnight. We have started

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to see that cloud begin to increase. Showers are beginning. They will

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turn quite heavy for a time. They won maybe turn to snow and subtle

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over the Peak District but everywhere else, they will fall as

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rain. A drier end to the night. Some showers around across

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Derbyshire. Rather cold out there with temperatures down to two or

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three Celsius but it should stay frost-free. We will brook -- make-

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up -- wake up with Frost but eventually, the rain will push its

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way in from the north. It will sweep south-east through the day.

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The winds will be around 35 miles per hour. Top temperatures for

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Wednesday of seven Celsius. This rain will continued to push south-

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east during the natal won so. Clearing by Thursday morning,

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giving us not as windy a day on Thursday with lovely winter

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