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Dominic Heale, and me, Anne Davies. Our top story tonight, a workplace

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parking blow for Boots workers. Staff are told they'll have to pay

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the lion's share of the new levy. Free because jail breached his

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human's rights, but his father says he should If you can't do the time,

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don't do the crime. It is as simple as that.

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Should a council pension fund be investing in tobacco?

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And how boy Max what his Russian orphanage for a top private school

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in Derbyshire. -- Maksim. I am really enjoying the school.

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Everything is great and I want to Good evening and welcome to

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Friday's programme. One of the biggest employers in Nottingham has

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said it'll be passing on most of the cost of the workplace parking

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tax to its staff. A majority of the workforce at Boots will be paying

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�180 to park at work for a year from April. The council says it's a

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relatively small amount to help the city grow and prosper. Mike

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O'Sullivan is at Boots and can tell us more.

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Big firm Boots, big decision on the Workplace Parking Levy. Passing on

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most of the cost on to its employees. The sort of decision

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many firms and organisations are having to wrestle within Nottingham

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as the Workplace Parking Levy looms large.

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Commuting by car. Boots in Nottingham faced a big bill. 3,000

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spaces liable for the Workplace Parking Levy. Now the company has

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decided that most of that cost will be passed on to the workforce.

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is unfair for the company to pass that on to employees. I can

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understand the company's objection to paying it, given the location of

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where they are, but far better to pay that than the individuals

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themselves. The tax is �288 plus VAT. It is for businesses and

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organisations with 11 or more liable places from April. Paying at

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Boots will be linked to salary and most of well-paid �180 the year

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including VAT. -- most staff will pay. But some will pay �80. The

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company is topping it up with a �200,000 subsidy. In a statement,

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Many commuters will be finding out sooner whether or not they have got

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to pay this new tax. I asked people in Nottingham who should pay. The

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employer or the employee. I don't think it should be passed on to the

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staff because wages are a bit like that at the moment anyway. It is a

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lot of money. I think the employers should pay. But I agree with it

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because I think we need the trams. The employers should pay. But I

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don't think anybody should pay. council or the Government should be

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paying. The levy will be used by the council to help pay for two new

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tramlines and other public transport improvements, including a

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revamp of the city's railway station. The kind of renounce Boots

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employees are being asked to pay our small amounts which help us

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grow as a city and prosper long into the future. The city council

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says it has been advising Boots, which still opposes the levy.

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Boots has been one of the biggest critics of the Workplace Parking

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Levy, joining the business campaign that fail to stop it. But the

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council would say, get over it and let's concentrate on it. It is a

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law. The arrangement is here for the first year and they are

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continuing to look at the long term approach to paying the tax,

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including parking pay and display metres. Thank you.

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The father of a burglar from Nottingham who was convicted of

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assault says he should be sent to prison. Last May, 34-year-old Wayne

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Bishop, from Clifton, was released early from an eight-month jail

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sentence so he could look after his children. He said jail had breached

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his human rights as a parent. But yesterday he and his brother were

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found guilty of assaulting a man in Broxtowe. Angelina Socci has been

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speaking to their father, Phillip Wheelhouse. She started off by

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asking for his reaction to yesterday's verdict.

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Well, it is wrong, what they have done. More Wayne because he got off

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because he used the young rights for his children. And my belief is

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that if Wayne had been inside, it wouldn't have happened. The chap I

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wouldn't have got hurt. So to me, he deserves to go back from where

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Bobby came from. And you mentioned he was released from prison early.

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He had been released after a month. He need to care for his children.

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What was or -- your reaction when that happened? Well, if Poppy were

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that concerned about his children, you wouldn't have got into trouble.

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-- if he were concerned. The children have got a mother that can

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care for them as well. But at the end of the day, he is your son.

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Should you have taken more responsibility for the way he has

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turned out? I could be saying the same about my parents. It was their

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responsibility when I got into trouble. He had a good upbringing

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when he was a child. How do you feel when you see both your sons in

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the news for what they have done? If it is bad. What they have done.

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They have got to accept the punishment. Both Wayne and his

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brother are due to be sentenced at a later date.

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Still to come on the programme, in the weather, is winter on the way?

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You could say that. We have quite a lot of wintry showers around

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falling as snow of a higher ground, and when they die away, we have a

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weather warning out for ice. Not to talk about and I will be back later

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on. -- locks to talk about. Next, is it right to invest in the

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tobacco industry? A leading doctor is calling on Nottinghamshire

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County Council to withdraw millions of pounds that its pension fund

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puts into cigarette firms. Dr Greg Place says it's a conflict of

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interest for the authority to support the cigarette industry

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while promoting public health. Rob Sissons, our health correspondent,

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has this report. Smoking kills. But cigarettes make

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money and why pension funds invest. But is it right that local

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government schemes put money into Debacker? This GP in

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Nottinghamshire sees the impact of smoking on patients. It is in a

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day's work. He says the investments sent out mixed messages. The County

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Council will be involved in managing public health and 2013 and

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they cannot do that and says smoking is bad for you and, at the

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same time, invest in tobacco. pension trustees would not tell --

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dream of telling you how to do your job. What gives you the right to

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tell them how to invest? It is incompatible with their role as

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politicians. Over 100 employers are -- have investments into punching -

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- pension funds on their behalf. Other schemes invest in tobacco.

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Nottinghamshire has �36 million of shares. In Derby, the figure is

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even higher at �48 million. In Nottingham, I asked people what

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they thought. I don't see a problem. In light of what they say about

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smoking, it seems a bit crazy. seems wrong that they are investing.

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It is a bit unethical. The County Council said it did not want to put

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anybody up for interview but said investments are separate from

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pension activities. They say it only represents 1% of the pension

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fund. What does the tobacco industry have

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to say? Nottingham his cigarette city. We make millions of

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cigarettes and it used to be a massive employer in Nottingham.

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Players still employs 750 people but they said they were not dream

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of telling anybody else -- they would not dream of telling anybody

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else how to invest. Will these arguments go away? No and they

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could gather momentum, as we have heard from Dr Greg Place, as we

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have heard the County Council is taking on the responsibility of

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public health and telling people to quit smoking from 2013. These

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arguments will run and run. Thank you.

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A motorist from Leicester has been banned for a year after being

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caught driving with four children lying in the boot of his car!

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Police found a total of 11 people travelling with 38-year-old Soltan

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Lakatos from Belgrave in his Audi A4 saloon. Three adults and another

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two children were sitting on the back seat.

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A cyclist has been taken to hospital after being hit by a van

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which was being followed by Nottinghamshire Police. It happened

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just after midnight on Nottingham Road in Long Eaton. The cycle rider

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was taken to hospital with non life-threatening injuries. The van

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driver has been arrested for dangerous driving, failing a

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roadside breath test and failing to stop. The force has referred the

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incident to the Independent Police Complaints Commission.

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Police say they have a new lead in their investigation into a violent

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armed robbery. It follows a reconstruction of the attack on the

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Crimewatch programme last night. A couple who ran a business at

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Shireoaks in Nottinghamshire were tied up and held at gunpoint during

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the robbery last November. Police say they now have a new name to

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investigate. A Nottinghamshire farmer has been

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jailed for a year after admitting cruelty charges and breaching

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regulations for the disposal of dead livestock. Keith Littlewood

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left scores of animal carcasses on his land near Bestwood village.

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Trading Standards Officers told Nottingham Crown Court it was the

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most horrific case they had dealt with. Pigs, cattle, poultry and a

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donkey lay decomposing. Emaciated animals were left to roam around

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dilapidated sheds and pens. Inspectors filmed scenes which were

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too distressing to be shown. Many of the animals found alive had to

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be destroyed. Dr Steven McOrist is a spokesman for the British

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Veterinary Association. I asked him how common such cases of shocking

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neglect were. Certainly these cases are very rare, fortunately. I have

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been a vet for 30 years and I have seen five or six cases that was

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similar. What sort of checks are there for farmers like this?

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national quality assurance programme for pigs in the UK, the

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farms and a better revisit a scheduled every quarter, so are

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four times a year. -- a better and revisit. 8% are expected to have a

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local scheme in place. Other animals are involved as well?

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Certainly, but each scheme tends to be organised under each animal

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species. So cattle required a cattle passport to track their

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movements following the foot and mouth outbreak. That seems quite a

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lot. How has this fallen through the net? Her the Net is that there

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is no strategy -- statutory legal obligation on the farmer to have

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this. It is between the farm and a retailer who purchases the

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livestock to sort this out. Do you think there should be more testing?

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Certainly. That is one a possibility and we have considered

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that and would certainly help move towards guidelines along those

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lines. Thank you very much for For a charity which helps

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disadvantaged Russian children is celebrating its 20th anniversary.

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The it has given more than 50 youngsters a chance to spend a year

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at a top private school in Derbyshire.

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We have been to visit the latest boy to benefit.

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Early morning. The it is a preparatory school for the famous

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Repton School nearby. Queuing up for breakfast is his latest pupil,

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for all the way from St Petersburg in Russia. He has swapped his

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orphanage for the South Derbyshire countryside.

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He only speaks a little English, but he already understand a lot.

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I am really enjoying this school, everything is great and I really

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want to stay in England forever. But in a year, he will go back to

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Russia, with love and a promise of future help.

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A it opens up all kinds of possibilities for him, the

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education system that he will then go into should give him chances

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that he would not otherwise have had.

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His place is paid for by a charity set up by a former headmaster

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Richard a Theobald. The it is amazing how quickly he has got --

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taking to live here. He has a constant smiler and he is

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so keen to improve his English and to really get hold of all the

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opportunities he has presented to. When I grow older, I want to be a

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pilot in British Airways. You want to be a pilot? Yes.

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Later we will return to see how he is getting on for stopper --.

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A man who admitted robbing two banks in Nottingham has been jailed

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for more than five years. Victor Franklin, who was caught on CCTV,

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pleaded guilty at -- to robbing Lloyds-TSB at Low Pavement and

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Lower Parliament Street last year. He also admitted possession of an

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imitation firearm. He was arrested after Handy himself into a police

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station after seeing an appeal for information on Crimewatch.

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Local schoolchildren and survivors have marked the anniversary of the

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Holocaust at a memorial centre. The Holocaust centre at Laxton near

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Newark has been at running sessions to raise awareness of racism and

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hate crime. Survivors lit candles to honour those who lost their

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lives. Actress Maureen Lipman was there to run help.

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It was exactly what a Holocaust Day, or any genocide day was therefore.

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To make us remember that this must never happen again.

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On the Sunday Politics for the East Midlands, Marie Ashby will be

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leading a debate on an issue which divides our politicians.

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We will be asking whether elected police commissioners really are the

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good idea David Cameron says they are. His party leader in Darby says

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it could end up politicising our forces. Will it make it more

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difficult for me police to do their job?

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That is Sunday Politics from 12pm with Marie Ashby and Andrew Neil.

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We'll be having a look ahead to the sport and the full weather forecast.

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And I am at the factory that is making schools got that could save

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children's lives by glowing in the dark.

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They look rather good! Time for the sport now.

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A a bit of news to start with. Nottingham Forest have confirmed

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they are considering a third bid from Leicester City board defender

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Wes Morgan. Nigel Pearson is keeping pretty tight-lipped.

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I cannot control how the club's deal with bits that have been put

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in and how they use the information. We have made a number of inquiries

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for players in this window. Unfortunately, on certain fronts,

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it has not yet been successful. Leicester do have an intriguing FA

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Cup tie, they are up against Swindon, which will bring back a

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lot of memories. Two teams, Leicester and Swindon.

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Cast your mind back to a dramatic afternoon in 1993. It was the play-

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off final at Wembley, the Foxes were trailing by three goals when

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suddenly in 11 breathtaking minutes they brought it back to a draw. But

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heartache was to follow, and Swindon were awarded a penalty and

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grabs the winner. So, almost 19 years on, can we expect a seven-

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goal thriller when the two sides meet this weekend?

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I would take a narrow victory if you gave it to me now! That would

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be good enough for me! Life is good at Leicester at the

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moment following on from two impressive wins. And they go into

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this game as big favourites. But this is the FA Cup, and anything

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could happen. A lot of things can happen in the

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FA Cup, and I have been on the end of them before, and I have also

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experienced winning against teams from higher divisions. So we all

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going like we do every game, and we will not get complacent. We will

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look at Swindon as if they are a Premier League team. If we play our

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game, we will hopefully get through. Leicester have not won a three

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games and a row all season. They will be hoping that that changes

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tomorrow. Paolo Di Canio on the way, what a

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prospect! Premier League stoke are the visitors to Derby County. They

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bring a former Derby star who now lives in Duffield, surrounded by

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Derby fans. He is as famous for his throwing as his football. I have

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been to see Rory Delap. Once one of Derby's young

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Premiership players, now a promotion winner and Cup finalist

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in -- for Stoke. My wife said wouldn't it be funny

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if Derby came at? So it is greater, because I still have a lot of

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friends who work in Derby. It was inevitable, stepping out

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again for the club he never wanted to leave.

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Financially it was a good move for me, but I never wanted to go. I was

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in tears. There was a chance for something special to happen, but it

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was broken up before we got a chance. We all lived around the

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same villages and we would see each other all the time. It was a great

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time. Stoke come to Pride Park with a

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reputation for, to be kind, direct ness. How many of the stereotypes

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are true? All of them! Everything?

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To be honest, it has played in our favour at times. Both teams have

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turned up and you can see in their eyes that they just do not want to

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be there. You probably get sick of being

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asked about your throw-ins. It is good to be famous for

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something! When I first got the exposure, people were asking me to

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do all sorts, to throw a Christmas pudding Overy double-decker bus.

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Did you do that? No, I turn that one down!

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So how will he feel about going back to the club that he supports?

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If I play, once the game starts, you have got to put that behind it.

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I will only enjoy it if we get the right result.

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I will be there at Pride Park tomorrow. At Robbie Savage has been

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back as well, bringing the noise back to the training ground.

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Is our manager going to put Peter Crouch up on Saturday? This is our

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secret manager -- secret weapon! You could never do that!

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We are hanging on in there. We have got some young lads in

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midfield now. You can see more of it here on BBC

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One upon Football Focus. There is another new arrival at

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Notts County, striker Jonathan Forte, who has had two spells with

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them before. He arrives from Southampton, and comes in as they

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prepare to go into the cup tomorrow. We are the underdogs and are right

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up against it. This is the toughest game, without a shadow of a doubt.

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Sutton and Doncaster were tough, and now we have another draw away

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from home. This is the toughest team of the lot. We will have to be

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absolutely spot-on and ready for this one.

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Leicester Tigers are playing in the LV Cup next weekend, while

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Nottingham play London Scottish in the Championship.

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Good luck to Graeme Swann and Stuart Broad as they try to

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capitalise against Pakistan today. England looking good. Also to the

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Leicester ladies who form the GB hockey squad, they are playing in

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the Champions Trophy in London. Finally, good luck to our ice

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dancers Nick Buckland and Penny Coomes, they are in 4th place in

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the year -- in the European Figure Skating Championships.

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Fingers crossed! How many times have you been a bit

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concerned when the kids go off to school and it is pitch black?

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Earth it is something every parent has to do, but now I Leicestershire

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company has come up with a rather bright idea to solve the problem.

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They make starts with a difference, as Tom Brown explains.

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At this family business, they make ropes and school scarves. And this

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is more than just the latest fashion accessory. When the

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children before school and it is dark outside, this scarf reflects

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in the headlights. And it is already been warned and

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appreciated by school children across the county.

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It is excellent because cars can see you're.

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I think they are really comfortable, because they light up, and the cars

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will be able to see you if you are going across the road.

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I think they are fantastic. Children will wear them, because

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they do not like wearing yellow jacket. It is in school colours,

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and they are not aware that they light up in the dark, which is

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brilliant. The machines can produce up to 2005

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Roberts got every week, as they are distributed across the county. --

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scarfs. You are the chief executive. Why did you come up with this idea?

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I was walking down the canal and tripped over a broker for a boat. -

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- a rope. We thought if we could eliminate it, we could stop

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accidents. And then I thought there was a market for children's scarfs.

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We developed one. As far as I know, we're the only ones who do it.

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The matter what your school's colours, there is a scarf that is

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sure to match. This is a company with a bright future.

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A very illuminating report! You will need as Garth for the

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early part of next week. -- Aysgarth.

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Thank you for sending this picture in. The shower was just starting to

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reach the A46. We have still got a warning in force for snow. It has

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been extended by the Met Office. It starts to expire just after 7pm.

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They are starting to cut across parts of the East Midlands and

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falling as no at lower levels. Temperatures will start to drop in

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the evening, and in the north of the region, we could start to see

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it turning quite icy as well. We do have a weather warning in force.

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Tonight's minimum temperature is about one Celsius. It will go below

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freezing in Ruairi us. CAC 40 across the south of the region. --

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cloud across the south of the reason. Just a small amount of fair

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weather CAC 40 around. Daytime temperatures reaching a maximum of

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six Celsius. -- cloud. We will start to see quite extensive fog

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developing. It could take a large amount of time to live a -- lift.

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