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This is East Midlands Today. Our top story: tackling obesity on the

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operating table. Why thousands of people a year are going under the

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knife to lose weight. I can get out, walk my dog, do more exercise.

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Also tonight: going private - the X council staff are looking for jobs

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in the cut-throat world of commerce. Plus manoeuvres on the M1 - the

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Highways workers dodging traffic in the dark. That could blow out into

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the carriageway, cause an obstruction and to have motorists

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swerving, probably caused an accident. Last week, Gareth was a

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builder in Mansfield, this week he is �40 million better off. Find out

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about his lottery win that later in Good evening. �40 million. What

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would you do with that? We will be meeting Mansell's luckless couple

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later. The East Midlands obesity crisis. NHS figures show more and

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more people in this region are turning to the scalpel to lose

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weight. More Obesity surgery is being done here than in any other

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region in the whole of England. Steve Waugh super obese. 36 Don't,

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even mowing the lawn was a struggle. Now after a gastric ban was fitted

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under the NHS, his old clothes no longer fit. This is how I used to

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be. He has lost 15 stone in two years. I can get out, walk my dog,

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do more exercise that I never used to do. At the Royal Derby hospital,

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over 700 people have had weight- loss surgery over three years.

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have one of the most dense populations in terms of obesity and

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that is why we are providing operations to a high percentage of

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the population compared to the national average. To qualify, the

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government agency nice recommends that people have a body mass index

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of 35 or 45. But in the East Midlands, the NHS bar is set higher.

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You need a BMI of 45 with other health problems or 50 without. The

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new NHS report shows the East Midlands having the highest rate of

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obesity surgery in England. What we need to do is look at the whole

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system, not just the operation that counts, other areas may have

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treatment modes that are different. They baby managing individuals

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differently. Avoiding surgery was Sharon's aim. At home in

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Leicestershire, she says she is proof you can do it without

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operations. She has gone from 31 to 20 stone in a year by cutting out

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junk food. I can tell. I can see that my whole shape, because I used

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to call myself a tanker, because I used to walk like a tank. The Steve

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had to fight for his operation but he is glad he did.

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Rob is with us now. A lot of people carry a few extra pounds, why is

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Obesity surgery an issue now? of people wanted and cannot get it

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on the NHS, some cannot afford to go private. There are questions as

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to whether the NHS may be doing this at all given the financial

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pressures. People say we treat people who smoke, drink, we should

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treat people with obesity as well. Surgery does not work for everybody.

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Gastric bans, we seek cases where it does work but you can still

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cheap. It does require lifestyle changes that are sustainable.

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you. A young woman says she is afraid to

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leave her home unaccompanied a week after she was beaten up in an

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unprovoked attack. 18-year-old Kristina Leatherland was assaulted

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in Leicester city centre. It has been just over a week since

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the attack in Leicester city centre. Kristina is recovering at home

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after a man aged around 40 and 6 ft tall pushed her over and beat her

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up. He punched me to the ground, kept on carrying on punching and

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kicking me. When he was hitting me he was shouting things at me. When

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people were coming over, saying, what do you think you're doing, he

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ran off. It happened on Sunday 15th January at the junction of bishops

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Street and Granby Street. I was meant to be a bridesmaid but I

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could not. I have not been able to go college because I cannot get

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their and basically, my confidence has gone out the window. I cannot

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go anywhere on my own. It feels horrible. It is a mental side. It

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is nightmares, not sleeping, too scared to go out. Even I have taken

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her to the shop and she is a nervous wreck. It should not be

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like that, and 18-year-old girl should be living How Life not

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cooped up at home. Most of Kristina's bruises are fading but

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she is afraid to go out on her own. Police are appealing for witnesses

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but as nothing was stolen, the reason for the assault is a mystery.

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Next tonight, the question facing thousands of unemployed public

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sector workers in the region. Will they be able to find work in the

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private sector? How does a career at the Town Hall, the hospital or

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the police station equip people for a future in commerce? From Derby,

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Simon Hare reports. Derby's council house is undergoing

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major changes and Matthew is looking for a new job. He had

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worked for the city council for the last 16 years in housing and then

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highways. Today he was the first through the door at a jobs fair for

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public-sector workers. Be it is very daunting, very different world

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from what I can see that I believe I have got the skills that I can

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work in either sector equally well. Many positive thoughts and I have

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to prove myself. I wonder if you have any project manager roles?

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do. A new company on site. They are looking for a project manager.

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public sector remains a major employers in the region. It

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provides work for 382,000 people in the East Midlands but that is down

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16,000 on a year ago. Maybe the public sector has key skills that

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are coming across in both the public and private sector. We are

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helping people to find the job that works for them. Matthew, how did it

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go? Very positive. Good contacts made today and good information on

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jobs that are out there. You were hopeful before, more hopeful now?

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am, yes. There were some jobs there that I did not know about and the

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contacts I made, it will not be too long before I am in employment.

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A teenager has died 11 days after being knocked off his bike in

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Nottingham. The 14-year-old boy was taken to the Queen's Medical Centre

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following the accident on Colwick Loop Road. The A612 was partly

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closed for around four hours while police investigators examined the

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scene. An 18-year-old driver has been

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killed in a crash involving three cars in Leicestershire. It happened

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just after 9:30pm last night on Park Lane in Bruntingthorpe. Adam

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Stevenson from Fleckney died at the scene. No one else was injured. Two

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max 17-year-old man arrested and released on bail. Police want to

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hear from any witnesses. Last night on this programme and on

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Inside Out, we heard how the authorities in Mansfield are trying

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to make the town a safer place. A similar thing is happening in Derby.

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Police there claim new licensing powers will help reduce alcohol-

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related crime and start to transform the image of the city

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centre at night. How? By stopping the growth of vertical drinking

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establishments, bars that they say encourage irresponsible drinking.

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A we can night out in Derby city centre. The police and city council

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say the area is saturated with bars and that is linked to an increase

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in alcohol-related crime. The police and city council had new

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licensing powers in Derby. It means the police can challenge and block

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new applications for bars and one type or part they do not want to

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seek any more of is the so-called vertical drinking establishment.

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The police officer in charge of licensing in Derby explained why he

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does not like the idea behind Vertical drinking. Where seating is

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kept to a minimum, to maximise space for drinkers. They are the

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generic loud music, every one crowd in, drink as much as you can and do

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not me have some special offers at the pass. What it does is make

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people drink irresponsibly. Derby has the 5th highest concentration

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of pubs and bars in the UK. 150 licence purposes and the police say

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30 of them are vertical drinking Any new pubs or bars that open up

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will have to offer something different, say the police. Like

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this new piano bar they started a couple of months ago. Binge

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drinking is a national, local and regional problem. Working with the

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local police and licensing we can see they are trying to deal with

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that and improve the image of the city. The new approach will not put

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up the right sort of investment it is claimed. It is not stopping

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investment, it is stopping dodgy dealers coming into the city centre.

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I want people that are coming in that will trade responsibly, sell

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alcohol responsibly and promote the licensing objective. A more vibrant

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and save the city centre is the overall objective. The new powers

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will be reviewed in three years. A Nottinghamshire engineering

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company has been fined after a worker suffered severe injuries

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when his excavator struck a bridge. A maintenance fitter employed by

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Van Elle Limited hit his head after being thrown through the front

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screen of his digger. It hit a bridge while carrying out widening

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work on the M1 in September 2009. Time for the second part of our

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special on the highways agency. The organisation that patrolled the M1

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throughout our region. They are responsible for co-ordinating

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traffic around accidents, retrieving objects and world

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generally keeping flowing. We have been out with two teams to find out

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exactly what they do and how. Three lanes of the M1 have been

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closed because of an accident. lost control of the vehicle. Police

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are at the scene. They are assessing the driver to see whether

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they can remove her without taking the roof off. The Highways Agency's

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priority is to divert traffic and keep commuters informed. The fire

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crews were able to remove the driver up and get her to hospital

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without the need to remove the roof. We have not taken over the police

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role in the motorway. They are still involved in major incidents

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but we assist them. We can cone off and make a safe area for them to

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work in. It is late at night and a lorry has parked up. It is are lit,

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a danger to others, it looks like it could be a Takhar break which is

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not allowed on the hard shoulder. I will have a word with the driver.

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It does mean working up the driver, asking him to move to the next

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services. -- waking up the driver. There has been a collision early on

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in the day and there is a part of a plastic car bumper against the

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central reservation barrier. officer unease to judge the traffic

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accurately and go out into a live carriageway to retrieve the bumper.

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It is dangerous and he needs to get it right. That could blow out into

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the carriageway, cause an obstruction and then you have

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motorists swerving, probably caused an accident. This driver is anxious.

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His sports car has a puncture, its boiler is causing some issues.

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Recovery have turned up to take the vehicle off the motorway. The car

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has a very low skirting on the body work. Recovery knew what he was

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doing. Customer is happy. Everybody is safe. The highways agency deals

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with around 160 incidents the day in the East Midlands. They are here

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to help the traffic get around the region quicker and safer.

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Still to come: which beyond the dreams of avarice - but it could

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have happened to a nicer couple. We meet the new millionaires of

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Home after an epiced a venure, a young -- adventure. A young woman

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is back in Britain after a world- breaking Polar trek. Bryony Balen

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became the youngest woman to ski the South Pole. It was on Friday

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she finally reached the Pole. We are delighted to say she is safely

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back home tonight, in Melbourne. Hello, Bryony. Good evening. First

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of all, congratulations. Welcome home. Actually, what is it like to

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be home? It's really surreal to be honest with you. It has not sunk in

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it is all over and I am back this the real world yet. Can you remind

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us the purpose of the expedition, despite the fact that somebody

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discouraged you and said you were not up to it. That was like a

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reding are to a bull, wasn't it? was. I wanted to be the youngest

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Briton to ski this route. It is 1200kms. It is the last 10 degrees

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to the South Pole. I did. I set the new British record. I was trying to

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inspire people to get outdoors and raise money for charity while I was

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doing it. Was there a highlight? If you could pick one thing what would

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it be? Surprisingly enough it was not getting to the Pole, obviously

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that is a massive highlight. Halfway through we reached a

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mountain range and I was just getting strong. I had got rid of

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the blisters. Our team was working well. That was a thing for me to be

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out in dramatic scenery, feeling good and knowing I had less than

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halfway to get to the ultimate goal. How will you cope with being home?

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It will all seem mundane, won't it? I am not complaining about the

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luxuries, nice cups of tea and chairs and tables. It is odd not to

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be skiing for ten hours a day. I think I can cope with it for the

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next few weeks. What is next on your agenda? What are your plans?

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Nothing solid yet. I am looking forward to a bit of recovery,

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putting a bit of weight back on. Then I am sure I'll have an

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adventure plan. I want to get work done on my degree. Any tips on

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putting weight on - I'm your man. Thank you for talking to us. How

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amazing. I would love to be able to say that, I need to put some weight

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on! God bless her. We will keep you up-to-date with what her next

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expedition will be. I am contemplating the South Pole weight

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loss diet. Leicester City's Nigel Pearson has been praising his

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side's work after last night's away win. It was sweeter as it came

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against Southampton. They had only lost once at home all season.

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Southampton have been top of the championship most of the season and

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would have returned with a win, but Leicester had other ideas.

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One player was bowed as an ex- Portsmouth player. I knew I was

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going to get some stick off the Southampton fans.

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Leicester were two up with less than half an hour played. The

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captain, up for a corner and stayed up to head the ball home. I managed

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to creep back on side. A nice bit of skill on the side. A little chop,

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get into the box. Pearson praised the hard work of his side, who

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defended. The players are very disciplined in terms of how we

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dealt with their threats. Leicester will look to push on up the league

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after that performance. They have a break for the cup at the weekend,

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but it was the cup that quick- started their season. We played

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Wednesday night, we took it into this game. Two clean sheelts. Six

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goals. The mood has been fantastic since the 4-0 win at Forest.

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Everybody is nice and bubbly. We took the confidence in tonight's

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game and thoroughly deserve the win. Some other Leicester news - a

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defender, Michael Ball, has been fined �6,000 by the FA for sending

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homophobic tweets about Coronation Street's Antony Cotton. He was a

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celebrity in I'm a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here. He has had his contact

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at City cancelled. We understand that is purely for football reasons.

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Now the former Nottingham Forest manager Billy Davies would like to

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return to Nottingham Forest. He was speaking on Late Kick-Off here on

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BBC One. Davies said he was sad to see Forest struggling and would

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love to go back as manager one day. I said in the past that I would be

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delighted to go back. As much as what people might think I have

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great thoughts and feelings for the club. I do. I wanted to get them to

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the Premier League. The job is unfinished and simply I certainly

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would love to finish that job for the fans, for the players that are

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there and for many, many good people of Forest. He had more to

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say. If you missed it all is not lost. You can watch last night's

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Late Kick-Off right now on the BBC's iPlayer. It has a great

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feature on Frank Fielding and Derek Fazackerley. It is well worth

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watching if you missed it. There is more live football tonight. Notts

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County are at home to Preston. The manager at knots is positive,

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despite not having won a league game since November. I think the

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results have been fantastic. We have just played Huddersfield and

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draw 2-2. They have a budget of �12 million. That was a great

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performance and a good draw. We played away at a championship club

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called Doncaster. We won 2-0, which was another great result.

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Woolworth played -- we played very well, but did not win. We played MK

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Dons who have completely dominated a Premier League club in QPR. They

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came here and we were by far the better team. What a good point it

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was. The results have been fantastic!

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He sells it well, doesn't he? Exactly the best of season for

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Leicester tigers so far in rugby, especially so for Anthony Allen. He

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missed three months after a bizarre injury to his thumb while carpet-

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laying. Thankfully he has returned to the side for the last three

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matches and is looking forward to the match at Harlequins. I finished

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off some underlay I had to put down before the carpet layer came in. It

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went through my thumb. It is working now. It is well in the past.

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We are looking forward now. Hopefully get another one this

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weekend and start getting into some good form. Makes me squeamish just

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thinking about it. Reminds me of when my dad put a chistle through

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his hand. -- chisel through his hand. I dream

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of this all the time. For a couple from Mansfield it is real. They

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found out on Saturday morninging that they had won more than �40

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million. Gareth Bull is a builder. On Friday, his job was rained off,

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so he went to the shop to buy a lucky dip EuroMillions ticket. How

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lucky that was! A word of warning, this report contains flash

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photography from the start. These are the faces of Mansfield new

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multi-millionaires, Gareth and Catherine spoke to the press today.

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They are the seventh biggest lottery winners in the country.

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They have no intention of leaving their home town. You are obviously

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from Mansfield and you are planning to stay here then? Yeah. It's not

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as bad as they all say. I like living where I live. It is lovely.

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They have stwo boys, who at the time of the recording they had not

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told about their win. When will you tell your boys? After this, I think,

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yeah. They will have finished school soon. So, yeah. Very shortly.

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So what could our lottery winners spend that �40 million on? Well,

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they could buy about 300 houses here in Mansfield.

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With �40 million they could keep their local hospitals running for

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about two months. And if they wanted to, they could buy their

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local football club and potentially enough players to take them all the

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way to the Premier League. The millionaires have been the talk of

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Mansfield today. Where Gareth and Catherine are planning to stay put,

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most others say if they won that much they'd leave the town. Take a

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holiday, one way. Not come back.... Ever. Probably leave the country.

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Be happy, duck. Celebrate! That's the best answer I have heard. One

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man who is living proof that money can make you happy is Al len from

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Nottingham. He won �1.9 million a few years ago. What is his advice

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to the new millionaires? Don't do anything rash. Just enjoy life now.

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What is the first thing Catherine will spend her millions on?

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I did say a carpet for my landing because it's terrible. No-one is

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allowed upstairs because it's that bad. I am sure with �40 million in

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their pockets it will be a rather nice carpet.

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She could buy several new landings in several houses. Nice couple.

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in several houses. Nice couple. Fabulous! Not jealous at all!

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No. It doesn't show. It was wet in Mansfield today. We

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did see rain rather than snow. The milder air came in and kept us wet

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throughout this morning and this afternoon as well. A nice frosty

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picture to show you, it was anured by Antony in Huthwaite. We have a

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slightly cloudier picture outside. We have cloud remaining with us.

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There will be further outbreaks of patchy light rain or drizzle. Some

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hill fog affecting the Peak District area. It will be a milder

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night. Temperatures will start to increase. I think we'll finish at

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around seven to eight Celsius. A gentle south-westerly breeze.

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Tomorrow morning starting off cloudy first thing. A dry, but

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cloudy start. We will see drizzle again starting to come down from

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the north-west through the afternoon. The wind is starting to

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strengthen as well. Becoming blustery into the afternoon and

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into the evening. The day time temperature a lot milder. So we

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will see a maximum tomorrow of ten Celsius. Now, we are going to start

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to see the weather changing again towards the end of the week. This

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is the picture for Thursday. There is an opportunity for a few showers

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over the west of the country. We have colder air around on Thursday.

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One or two of those showers if they start to work into the Peak

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District or North Nottinghamshire could be a little bit wintry. High

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pressure is building up from the south-west as we get towards Friday.

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It is a ridge over us on Friday. It will keep us mainly settled. We

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will see a brighter day. Temperatures back down to single

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figures. The air of high pressure will slowly start to pull away

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eastwards. It will keep us settled throughout Friday and Saturday. It

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will keep us very cold as well. I think a bit more cloud around on

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Saturday. Day time temperatures five or six Celsius. Remaining cold

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at night-times. Sunday too, but the opportunity for a few wintry

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