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This is East Midlands Today. Our top story tonight, the first big

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storm of the year. Roads were closed and power supplies were cut

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as high winds buffeted the region. There are relieved that it did it

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hot -- did not hit anyone and it came at a time of Wight -- time of

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night when there was little traffic. Or so a family's discussed as and

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87-year-old woman was forced to lie here in the cold and wet for two

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hours, waiting for an ambulance. Plus action stations - engineers

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begin a military-style operation to replace a motorway flyover.

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And making a big splash, the event Good evening. Welcome to tonight's

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programme. We begin with the first big storm of the year to hit our

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region. Severe winds sq caused major disruption today with gusts

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of up to 60 mph. Hundreds of homes were left without power and

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motorists were hard hit as trees and branches fell on to roads. Our

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reporter Geeta Pendse is at the Highways Agency control room where

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they have been monitoring the situation. Yes, the strong winds

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have meant it has been a busy couple of days here Abbey Highways

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Agency control room. All these screens might at the major routes

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in our region and they had to deal with an overturned lorry this

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morning and cars spinning on the carriageway. It seems more

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disruption has occurred on minor routes with trees falling. Simon

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hare has been looking at the polls scale of the clearance operation

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across the region. It had stood tall for around 120 years. But for

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much of today, this large beech tree lay blocking the A608 in

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Derbyshire. It was simply operated by the strong winds in the early

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hours of this morning. It was at a time of the night when there was

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very little traffic so if it had been now, it would have been a

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major disaster for somebody. If that tree had hit them, it would

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have been deadly. But it also leads to a windfall of a different kind.

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Somebody has got a benefit out of this. A lot of people are

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collecting locks which will help them with their fuel bill and also

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collecting money for Derbyshire Wish. And at Woodthorpe in

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Nottingham, one family could not get out of their front door after a

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tree fell in front of it. Electricity engineers have also

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been busy restoring power to homes. Tonight, an estimated 500

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households are still cut off in the The wider clear apple storm damage

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is expected to last several days -- clear-up of storm damage. Lots of

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trees across the whole of the county. It normally happens in the

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North or south of the county. 30 odd trees fallen on the highway, a

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dangerous situation. But at Chaddesden in Derby, the clean-up

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of a different kind was required. The city council's new bags for

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recycling cardboard were blamed for As we understand it, the majority

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of incidents have now been cleared up. The advice of the Highways

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Agency to drivers is to be prepared and tune into your local radio

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station for any disruptions. just how strong was the strongest

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gust? And can we expect a quieter time tonight?

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We had many gusts in excess of 60 mph but the good news is things

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seem to be settling down. I will Before that, friends and family of

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and 87-year-old woman have described how she was left for

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nearly two hours lying on the ground in the wet and cold awaiting

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an ambulance. Elsie Hubbard broke her hip after falling in the back

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garden. Her friends say it is disgusting she had to wait that

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long. Elsie Hubbard is now recovering in

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hospital. Be it is seven-year-old broker hip falling outside her home

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in Leicestershire. She was lying on the concrete out here in the White.

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Family friend John Straw found her. He immediately rang 999. We told

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her help was on its way. In fact it was another two hours before the

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ambulance took her. It was over an hour before a paramedic turned up.

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It was cold and wet last Friday. Neighbours rushed round with duvets

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and blankets, laid them over her to try to keep her warm. We were

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trying to keep her dry but she was already wet because she had been on

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wet ground exposed. She was getting cold. She says her treatment at the

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Queen's Medical Centre in Nottingham has been fantastic. But

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filmed on a phone, she had strong words about her weight for an

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ambulance. I was disgusted. You don't treat animals like that.

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Midlands Ambulance Service told us a paramedic arrived after 53

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minutes and an ambulance was dispatched within another 20

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minutes. They said they were busy dealing with immediately life-

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threatening incidents on that day but they were sorry for any

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distress caused. Not good enough, says brother, Peter, who she lives

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with. Ridiculous, isn't it? They reckon they do it within so many

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minutes, it is all bunkum. It is disgraceful. This is and 87-year-

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old woman who is vulnerable at the best of times. A great deal of

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distress lying in the cold in a huge amount of pain. She has had an

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operation and is now recovering well.

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A firefighter had to be taken to hospital this morning along with

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the man he had rescued from a burning building in Nottingham.

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Crews were called to the three storey home in Carlton Road in

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Sneinton. The firefighter has since been released and is expected to

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return to duty. Day 39-year-old man arrested in connection with the

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fire remains in police custody. More than �300,000 is to be spent

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in Nottingham helping rough sleepers from Eastern Europe. The

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homeless charity Framework received the money from the Government and

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the City Council. So are -- staff say the problem has been rising

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with one man dying in November. Cash will be spent on health

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programmes and helping people to return to their own countries.

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This weekend, a flyover which joins two of our major motorways is being

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demolished. The Catthorpe Interchange, from tomorrow, where

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the M6 meets the M1, is being closed for 36 hours. It will mean a

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lengthy diversion. Preparing for the demolition -

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above and by the side of two of England's busiest motorways. With a

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new viaduct complete and already in use, this weekend, the race will be

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on to remove the old one. This is in the old fast-lane of the M6. The

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job now is to demolish the old viaduct and that is what will

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happen over the next three days. Costing more than �20 million, the

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new viaduct was needed because quite literally the old one was

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falling down. For more than one decade, props like this have kept

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its standing. Just under 5,000 tonnes of concrete were taken away

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in the demolition waste and we have got about 10-12 machines excavating

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the bridge during that time in a very co-ordinated operation. This

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bridge demolition also on the M1 shows what will happen over the

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weekend. Instead of blowing it up, contractors will nibble away at the

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concrete until it has been completely removed. But the

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demolition will mean a lengthy diversions for some drivers. There

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diversions for some drivers. There of the closures of the M1

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northbound between junctions 19 and 20 and southbound between junctions

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19 and 18. Drivers wanting to join the M6 from the place for -- M1

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Are you confident you can do it? Absolutely, we have got a good team

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on board. It is meticulously planned. And if it is, both

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motorway should be fully opened by We look next at the challenges

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facing the NHS over it coming years. With the Government keen to push

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through the biggest reforms in the history of the service, it is

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likely that health will never be far from the headlines. There is

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talk of the NHS budget being protected but the charges are huge.

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The ageing population, the obesity problem and the concern that the

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money is not keeping pace with The NHS is undergoing the biggest

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reforms in its 64 year history. Way back in 1948, it had a budget of

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�437 million. That works out at about �9 billion in today's money.

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Over the next year, the budget to the front line in England will be

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10 times that at �91 billion. But there's concern that funding is not

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keeping up with demand. I have been to Derby and Derbyshire to see how

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there's pressure there to make money got a lot further.

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You could not miss the wind in Derby today and people also seemed

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well aware of the winds of change sweeping the NHS. Many have their

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own ideas of improvement this year. They should get rid of the middle

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management would get everywhere in any government thing. Personally I

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think a lot of people come over to be subsidised by the NHS in the UK.

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I know it is not as good probably 12 months ago. I made a GP who

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fears that with money tied, waiting lists will go up. Something has got

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to give up. It's a question of which Park will give up first. I am

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not sure what the answer is when money is tight across the whole

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nation. This frontline GP in Darley Dale is one of those leading

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radical change taking over the purse strings of the NHS. But with

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financial pressure, is the timing of these changes terrible? Quite

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the contrary. I think it makes us even more important that clinicians

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are involved in the decisions for stops to James is the chief

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executive of the Royal Derby Hospital, a 3% rise in funding lies

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ahead in April but she doubts that will keep pace with demand. She has

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to make the money go further. you look at a frail, elderly person,

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they can pop in and out of hospital particularly if they live in a

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nursing home. We are working to keep those patients in their normal

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place of residence. The workforce in Derby hospitals is expected to

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go down by 200. If nursing posts go because we are closing wards or

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whatever, we hold vacancies so that we have got vacancies for those

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nurses to go into. So the pressure is increasing and if winter gets

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harsher, then it will be harder for the NHS to save money.

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Staying with health, and a woman who spent years battling at an

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eating disorder says doctors need to intervene in cases like her as

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much earlier. Catherine Thomson from Derby had anorexia though

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thankfully she is getting better. So much so that she is now 15 weeks

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pregnant. Katherine said she only found the help she needed after she

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lost several stone and was rushed to hospital.

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Catherine Thomson A is on the rate to recovery. It was not always the

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way. She spent the past seven years fighting food. Towards the end it

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was going from a spoon of yoghurt to a smaller spin of yoghurt to a

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teaspoon of sugar free jelly and and that became too much. I did not

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eat for weeks. I could not sleep because of hunger pains and because

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all my bones were sticking out. Catherine shared a staggering five

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stones dropping from a healthy size 12 to smaller than a size six. But

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she says she wished doctors had taken her condition was seriously

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earlier will stop the went to the doctors and was based at the fobbed

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off with go and eat some biscuits. My mind said was so controlling and

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I think there's not enough help out there for people who are suffering

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but might not be hugely overweight or underweight. In fact it was when

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her trip to hospital after collapsing that she said she found

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the help she needed. It came from consultants and an eating disorder

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charity. I a lot of people have to hit critical points before they get

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intervention. We are working to get training to NHS staff and

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clinicians. We have been going into GPs' surgeries across the county.

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Even now, 18 months on and pregnant, Catherine admits she still finds it

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hard. The voices are still there and probably will always be there

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to a certain extent and it gives me that extra help to battle them

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every day. It is possible to recover, it is just hard. But you

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A college is going ahead with a massive installation of solar

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panels, even though the subsidy paid by Government for solar energy

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is being cut. The project at Bilborough College in Nottingham is

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one of the biggest in the country. Simon Ward reports.

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It was a windy day to be making preparations to capture the power

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of the sun but 400 solar panels are to be fitted to the Sports Centre

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at Bilborough College. These students are studying environmental

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issues and are fully behind the project. The majority of the energy

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used here will be going towards the college and saving money and

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obviously the more energy produced by the solar panels, the less

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carbon emissions the colleges producing. We're running out of

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things like oil and if we don't switch to swerve -- solar power and

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wind power, we will struggle to keep up the lifestyle we got.

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college would have got about 19p p Mirabella Tuesday but that is due

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to be cut to around 13p by April although the government is facing a

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legal challenge. It is hoped the solar panels will generate around

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10 % of the energy needs of the sports hall and despite a

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government trying to cut the subsidy, the colour -- the college

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still feels it is worthwhile. the management team first look at

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this, we were looking at the original tariffs but having done

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that a lot of work on the long-term benefits, we feel it is clearly

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worth doing. We have looked at the other drivers that make this

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appealing to them. We did glimpse the Sun today but everybody at the

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college is hoping to see more this year.

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And now a tale about the philanthropy of philately, or how

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the gift of more than a million used stamps has left charity

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volunteers speechless. The stamps arrived packed into 24 sacks. The

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money raised will be used to help soldiers in Afghanistan. As Carol

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Hinds reports. Alex Wyndham and her aunt get to

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grips with one of the biggest donations they have ever received.

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A 10-year-old from Leicester was left speechless at the sight of 24

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bags full of used stamps. When I walked in, I could not believe it.

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We have found some old ones since 1973 and 1937. It could be worth

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over �1,000. It is the biggest stamp donation I have ever seen.

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Money raised by a stamp appeal helps the Leicester branch of the

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support our soldiers at charity to send welfare parcels to those

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serving in Afghanistan. I run a family support group for people

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whose loved ones are away. There are 24 sacks and it will take

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months to go through every single stamp. Mind you, any valuable ones

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means more money to the charity. They have already found some

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interesting stamps and the sax. Alex plans to boost the numbers she

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collects this year with help from the public. I am making a box to

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put some stamps in and giving it out to companies so they can

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collect stamps. Anyone wanting any of the boxes of send stamps should

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contact the charity's website. A lot of people will be doing that

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now. Time for some sport and it's time to look at the transfer window.

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Yes, it's January, so transfer talk is the order of the day. But Forest

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manager Steve Cotterill says he wishes there wasn't a transfer

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window at this point in the season. The Reds have already turned down

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bids for several key players. never want to buy anybody in this

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window because the price is inflated. If you want to do

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anything, you want to sell them but you don't want to sell your best

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players. I don't understand and the transfer window really. It puts

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managers and the immense pressure. Meanwhile, Notts County are making

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the most of the chance to boost their squad. Damion Stewart has

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signed on loan until the end of the season. The defender has joined

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from Bristol City and has 55 international caps with Jamaica.

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The Leicester City manager, Nigel Pearson, has told us he's resigned

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to losing Sol Bamba for this weekend's FA Cup tie with Forest.

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Pearson would have liked to have played the defender, but the Ivory

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Coast FA are insisting he joins them for a training squad ahead of

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this month's Africa Cup of Nations. On to rugby and Leicester Tigers

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take on Wasps this weekend. It's usually a clash between two of the

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top teams, but this season, while the Tigers have climbed the table,

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Wasps are still struggling. But one thing is the same, George Chuter

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will be in the Leicester line-up after clocking up his 240th

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Premiership game for the club. No- one in the division has played more

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Premiership games. Jeremy Nicholas reports.

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George is such a part of the Leicester team, it is easy to

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forget he is a London boy. I'll always remember him from the

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outside when I was at Saracens. We did not like Leicester but there

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was always a respect about what they built appear. -- built at here.

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Everybody has did Leicester because they were so successful. We were

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bitter rivals at that time. I would have laughed in-your-face if you

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had told me I'd be playing for Leicester to 12 years. He clocked

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up his 240 of Premiership game for Leicester last week. To do it

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consistently over a long time is hard to do and George has done that.

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Does it make you feel good to have played so many games in the

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Premiership? Just old. He will add to his tally this week against

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Wasps. They will come appear full of fire. You have no idea what he's

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talking about at any stage in his programme notes. He is a bizarre

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man. As London 2012 draws ever closer,

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time now for another look back at the last time we hosted the

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Olympics. It was 64 years ago, but Kirsty Edwards has been to

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Southwell to meet a former gymnast who remembers it well.

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George may be 91 but he is still challenging himself as much as ever.

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It is this kind of drive that saw him make the gymnastics team for

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the 1948 London Olympics. It was awe-inspiring in one way. We had

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not done it before and in those circumstances. I was doing

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handstands and I used to do them on building boats and on my front gate

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every day. I never fell off! These days, you'll find the elite

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gymnasts practising in the gym under the watchful eye of coaches.

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It is a world away from how George trained. It was freezing in the

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winter in the gym. There was no heating. We went on the high bar

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and my hands almost froze. We had coconut mats, like the doormats. In

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the gym now, the gymnasts cannot work until they have 27 centimetres

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of matting. Becky Downing has a great chance of making London 2012

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and it will be different to the 1948 games. We were on the turf in

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Wembley in the pouring rain. It was rather deflating. Did you go to

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Beijing? Yes. Massive crowds and it was a phenomenal experience. The

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whole atmosphere was amazing. is hoping that Becky will be

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creating more amazing Olympic Mary -- memories.

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Some things change but the sense of competitiveness remains the same.

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Did you know that around one in five people, and that includes

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adults and children, can't swim. Hopefully though, that number could

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soon be dropping thanks to a new scheme aimed at getting more people

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into the swimming pool. Today, local swimming stars, youngsters

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and even our own trunks-clad reporter Paul Bradshaw, joined a

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special training session in Leicester.

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Learning from the professionals. These children and getting tips and

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how to improve this winning technique. The event was in

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preparation for the world's biggest fund-raising swim this spring.

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great to have launches like this for the swimmer on. It creates a

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lot of awareness and money for the charities. It gets kids involved at

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the age. It is important to get everybody involved in swimming. It

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is fantastic for East Midlands to get everybody involved. If we can

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find the next great swimmer from Leicester, that would be fantastic.

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With around one in five adults and children unable to swim, organises

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a hoping this event will make a difference. It is a shameful

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statistics but there are lots of plays -- things in place to change

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that. Schools were men is important than trying to get centres to

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increase adult swimming lessons but also to get children to encourage

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their parents to come down as well. It is all for a good cause, raising

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money for money Cury and Sport Relief. The summer fund will take

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place on the 27th of 29th April, giving everybody the chance to take

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the plunge. Were they Chancellor shot? I was

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Were they Chancellor shot? I was It was the persistence of the

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strong wins this morning causing all the damage. This photo was

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taken this morning of fallen trees. The reason things are starting to

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settle down is that we are seeing that area of low pressure pushing

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away and those isobars getting further apart. Gradually, those

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wins will ease. As we go through this evening, we do have a bit of

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cloud around. But for most, it is a dry and clear night. The

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temperatures will fall quite quickly, down to a minimum of one

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degree Celsius. We do have some standing water on the ground and we

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might see some icy patches. We still do have windy conditions

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overnight but it won't be as guest beers what we've been having

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recently. Tomorrow morning, a decent amount of sunshine and we

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will notice the cloud bubbling up a bit as we go into the afternoon. It

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should be mostly dry with a small chance of an occasional shower. The

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winds are much lighter by the time we get a Friday afternoon. As we

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going to Saturday, we will continue with these lighter winds and there

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will be some sunshine around. Some cloud increase as we go through the

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day and Sunday, a good deal of dry weather and a good deal of winter

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sunshine. We are ending the week and a much quieter note. Looking at

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