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This is East Midlands Today to do a -- this is East Midlands Today.

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A leading surgeon loses patience with hospital chiefs over cancelled

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operations. Angus Wallace speaks out over-rate

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beds crisis that has affected hundreds of patients.

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That seems to be tied in with the closure of 100 beds at the hospital

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over the last year. Also, as a haulage firm loses

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�18,000 worth of diesel to fuel thieves, will reveal a huge

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increase in this type of crime. Plus we are live at the Olympic

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pool, where Rebecca Adlington is about to race to try and secured

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her Olympic place. And after 82 years behind the wheel,

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a plea for patience. Do you get annoyed with any type of

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drivers? I do when they come up behind B and

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Good evening to you. First, a top orthopaedic consultant is

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threatening to stop his routine surgery unless the welfare of

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patients waiting for operations is given a higher priority.

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Professor Angus Wallace decided to speak out after our programme last

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night revealed that in one city alone, hundreds of -- hundreds of

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operations have been cancelled this year.

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He says that is the tip of the iceberg, and he blames bad

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management. Professor Wallace to assess Wayne

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Rooney's broken metatarsal and save a woman's life during a flight with

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a makeshift operation. Back down to work, and it is problems in

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Nottingham's NHS hospitals he is furious about.

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It was our coverage last night that prompted him to speak out. He said

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the situation is worse than some people imagine, with patients

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struggling, and it needs sorting out.

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The trust insists there are 338 operations cancelled this year. But

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Professor Wallace says 300 have been put off in his own department,

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and questions whether the figure is higher. He says too many beds have

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been cut, hundreds of patients are suffering, and staff morale is low.

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It is a problem with getting medical patients into the hospital

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for lack of beds, but that seems to be tied in with the closure of 100

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beds at the hospital over the last year.

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A viewer's e-mail help to lift the aided on the problems. She should

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have had a hip replacement by now, but it has been cancelled twice.

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You know it will be done, and they just drop it, and you think no, not

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again. Bosses insist the problems are

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getting sorted. Because of the high number of

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emergency patients, we have had to take the difficult but correct

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decision to prioritise the use of our beds and our theatres to meet

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the needs of the emergency patients. We always worry about patient

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safety, and we try and provide an environment which is as safe as

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possible for the patients, regular changes to operating lists, and we

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are certainly -- suddenly finding we are not doing the operations we

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are supposed to do, there is always a worry, and that has been

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happening too much. What is here with us now. There

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must be huge pressure on the trust to stop cancelling these

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operations? Dairies, but there are so many beds,

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and these emergency emissions -- admissions, if they continue their

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cancellations might continue. But the trust says it is determined to

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sort things out and insists its figures are accurate. They say

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patient safety is their number one priority. It is not every day you

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have a top surgeon at speaking out, I think that is a real sign of how

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fed up people are, and Professor Wallace tells me it is not just in,

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then a lot of other consultants who are fed up with this situation bus-

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stop. Next tonight, it is believed

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organised gangs could be targeting haulage firms in the West Midlands.

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-- East Midlands. There has been a massive increase

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in the theft of diesel and petrol. One firm had �18,000 but of fuel

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stolen. Good evening. This is a busy time

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of night for this company, they are in the business of meeting tight

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deadlines for their customers. What they do not want is the destruction

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and the added cost of protecting themselves from a rising tide of

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fuel crime. A family firm trying to cope with

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rocketing fuel costs. This is their depot in Derby. The firm is being

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hit by Phil Reeves. They strut here, taking away �18,000 worth of diesel.

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I was devastated that such effort went into steel what you would

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consider a simple commodity. �18,000 worth?

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Yes, absolutely. There has been a big increase in

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fuel crime in Derbyshire. It is up 78%. With prices rising at the

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pumps, it is no wonder that criminals see fuel as a potential

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and are on the black market. Every day you go to the petrol

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station and it has gone up by a couple of pence.

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I normally drive, and I have decided not to have a car because

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of the costs. I don't know how they expect us to

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carry on working if we cannot get there.

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The company's main base is in Barwell in Leicestershire. The

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police here told me feel cry has gone up by 25% in the year. -- fuel

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crime. The proceeds could be �1,000 for

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the amounts of diesel stolen from one vehicle. When multiple numbers

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of vehicles are broken into, it can be a large amount of money for the

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offenders. I would think there is a good light he had that organised

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criminals are involved. -- are likely had.

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Transport operations have are having to invest so much time in

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securing the product so it does not get stolen.

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The firm is stepping up security to keep its sights and vehicles safe.

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As well as the huge concrete slabs usual protecting the gates at the

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perimeter or, the company is also looking at increased CCTV and also

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at numberplate recognition technology in Barwell. The company

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would also like a break from the Chancellor in the Budget, saying

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they do not want any more fuel tax increases for the time being.

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You are watching East Midlands Today. A group of residents who are

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taking their local council to a High Court are doing so because of

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changes to a road junction. The road in question has been the

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scene of numerous accidents in recent years, but residents say

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changes were not make it safer, and they were not properly consulted.

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Manor Road on Derby's outer ring road. This junction is currently

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being changed to try and make it safer. We have previously feature

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and how Susie Perry has photographed dozens of accidents

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outside her home, near to the junction that is being altered. But

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she believes the changes were not make the boat safer, and says the

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views of residents have been ignored. So she has started High

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Court action against Derby City Council.

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Even though we have tried in many different ways to make our views

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known, it seems as if there is an attitude of we know best.

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The legal costs have so far been covered up with support from other

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residents. There has been the equivalent of a

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whip round, and the fees so far have been covered. Just by letting

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people know what is happening. The changes will involve it being

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closed to traffic travelling east bound towards Burton Road. It

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leaves some local residents with a much longer round trip.

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We would like them to listen to what we have to say and to consider

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the alternatives, rather than inconveniencing 2200 families.

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The city council converted has received notice of the legal

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challenge, but declined to comment further.

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Still to come, we are on standby at the Olympic pool for Rebecca

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Adlington's 800 metre qualifier, and it is about to start in five

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minutes. And why I think Shirebrook is

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blooming marvellous and not be The family of Fiona Pilkington, who

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killed herself and her severely disabled daughter after years of

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harassment, has settled their legal action against Leicestershire

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Police. An inquest in 2007 heard that Fiona at her daughter had been

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kept virtual prisoners in their own home in Barwell. They had

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complained to the police 33 times are bad use throwing objects and

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shouting abuse, but nothing had been done. Leicestershire Police

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admitted failings but not liability for the deaths.

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A Nottingham woman has been sentenced to life imprisonment

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after being found guilty of the murder of the 25-year-old man. Luke

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Moran was discovered with stab injuries on the Hartness Road in

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Clifton last August. He died at the Queen's Medical Centre. Kerry

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Holden, from Clifton, has been told she will serve a minimum of 18

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years in jail. New figures have revealed the

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extent of youth unemployment in the heart of the former coalfield

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Community. In Ashfield, the number of jobseekers under 24 is now 37%.

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That is a quarter higher than the national average.

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Today, an MP organised a jobs there to give school leavers a glimpse of

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how they can break into the creative industries.

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Pupils from schools in Ashfield gathered for up a lesson in the

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creative industries, offering the advice, experts in their own field,

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including Charlotte Hill, a Nottingham fashion designer. But

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have only laying out clothes was as easy as that first career break.

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Once you get your foot in the door, and you what could and you're

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ambitious, you will succeed. These youngsters want to get into

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the media. I would like to be a fashion editor.

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I would like to do some acting Staff and stuff like that.

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Music or fashion journalism, because it intrigues me.

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One celebrated writer offered this advice.

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Every television programme who I that I liked, I found out who

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produced it and write them a letter. One of the region's growth

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industries is designing for computer games.

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This is an industry of enthusiasts, and that is the most important

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thing at the start. There are a lot of artistic and academic

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opportunities in games, and we are trying to tell them about some of

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that spectrum. One-third of people are now were --

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out of work across the country. Here it is even higher than that.

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With traditional industries long gone, could be creative industries

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pluck that jobs gap? They are a great British success

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stories, these jobs are growing in number, and I want people in

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Ashfield to feel they are just as able to do these jobs as anyone

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anywhere else in Britain. If the advice rubs off, or watch

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these faces closely. They could be the future of our creative

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industries. Let her know that to the Olympic

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born in London, where Mansfield's double Olympic champion is about to

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swim the 800 metre qualifier. Our sports editor Mark Shardlow is

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poolside for us. How was Rebecca Adlington looking?

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She will be coming out in about 10 seconds time, and you will hear

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that she is on her way. Next, coming up for the final of the 800

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metres, is our double gold medal in -- gold medal winner, Rebecca

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Adlington. Just listen to the noise when she comes out now!

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In 147 days, on a Friday night here in this very poor, Rebecca

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Adlington will be hoping to win an Olympic gold medal. But before then,

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she has got a qualified by winning this race tonight. So far this week,

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despite admitting to being scared, she is looking in great form. I

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will be getting a former Olympic medal winner to give me the low-

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Rebecca Adlington had no one to push her. The rest of the girls

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will be looking at Ham and going, she is in good form. If she does a

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good time in the freestyle, they will be running scared. So the race

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is about to start. She is in lane four, the race will take place in

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eight minutes time. Rebecca Adlington looking to seal her

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second Olympic place. Come back later.

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Looks so exciting! Through which you turn to if you wanted to revive

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the fortunes of a former mining town? The council perhaps? An MP, a

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PR agency? Or how about a 14-year- old boy? Daniel Warriner is so fed

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up of Shirebrook's image he has It is hard to sell Shirebrook. Even

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to those who call it home. I have lived here all my life, I am 52

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years old, it is rubbish. We have nothing. Just finished. Enter a

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young man on a mission. I am fed up calling Shobrooke a hell-hole. I

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want to get it on the map. That is what he has done. We want to

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educate people of the history of Shirebrook. With funding, Daniel

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Warriner has set up a Web site promoting the town and will make a

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professional film in May. I invited Daniel to show me the sites people

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should be shouting about. This is the market. One of our busiest

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places and we have it for days a week. It is full of independent

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traders which gives you a personal experience. This is what has

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replaced the side of the old colliery. Even my Academy is

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getting a new building next April and that is wonderful. Shobrooke is

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surrounded by these beautiful Derbyshire accounted -- countryside.

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So board has already started to come in. I just want to say well

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done with your project. I wish it all the success in the world. It is

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a wonderful thing. Thank you. Wonderful. You saw him here first.

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Question is will the sun shine insurer broke and on the rest of us

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this weekend? That is the big question. Chasing

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the cloud breaks is what you will do over the weekend. There should

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be some sunshine and it will be Now to a story that concerns cows

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and cowslips and many other species of wild flower. The Nottinghamshire

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Wildlife Trust is buying a herd of cattle to try to reverse a serious

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decline in the number of wild flowers. But how can great

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lumbering beasts of the field help restore the Ecology in English

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meadows? Ambrose has been breeding Lincoln

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Red cattle for the last 22 years. He had now has 45 but four of them

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have been selected for a special mission. Turning fields like this

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into meadows like these. The council spent the next few weeks

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here before being sent to the first field selected by the Trust. In

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three or four years the way that the cattle graze there will

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encourage more wild flowers to grow and attract more wildlife back to

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Nottinghamshire's meadows. Their grazing behaviour and their weight

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means they can break up the ground and the break-up the vegetation

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that is there, which allows wild flowers to grow through. It is

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hoped these four will not be the only cameras on the move. The

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appeal aims to buy it more than 11 in total, they have raised more

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than half of the target and it is not hard to see why this campaign

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has captured the public's imagination. They are very

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attractive as a breed. The big brown eyes and long eyelashes are

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something to do with it but a lot of people can remember wild flower

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meadows and have seen the reduction of them across the countryside, and

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they would like to see a return to that. It full-cost a lot of money

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and take several years, but Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust says

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for scenes like these it will be worth it.

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Beautiful. You would think anyone about to celebrate their 100th

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birthday would be more than happy to put their feet up and take

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things easy. Not so, Susie Dixon. She has been driving for 82 years

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and has no intention of putting on the brakes for parking up for good.

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100 years ago when Susie Dixon was born, cars were quite new-fangled.

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So much so, Suzie went to school on a horse and trap but now she would

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not be without help run around, 82 years after first learning to drive.

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Have things changed since then? my goodness. It certainly is

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different. How often do you get out and about? About two or three times

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a week, just locally. Susie has seen the advent of motorways, ring

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roads and road rage. People are so impatient nowadays. Susie from

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Barrow on Trent has never had to passed the test and learnt to drive

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in her father's car. What about money wise? Was it cheaper back

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then? Much cheaper. The price of a car, when my father bought the

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first new car, it was about �180 which was quite a lot of money in

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those days. It is remarkable at her age that she is able to do what she

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does do. She is out and about most days, she still swims. She is

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incredible. A lifelong Rams fan, she will be guest of honour at

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Derby County tomorrow and she will be breaking open the champagne at a

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birthday party next weekend. But that night she will not be driving.

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Susie Dixon, a new rock! Let's go back to Rebecca Adlington because

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that race must be nearly done. It is not too far away. Rebecca

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Adlington has led from start to finesse. She has about two minutes

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left of the race but she is in a commanding position and well on her

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way of securing her Olympic place. Some Faulkbourne years, Nottingham

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Forest have said that several parties are interested in buying

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the club. This afternoon the estate of Nigel Doughty, the former owner,

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said they will find Forest enter the start of next season and if new

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buyers are not found -- found, they will hold further talks.

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Leicester City may be seven points off the play-offs are but they have

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to Reading tomorrow with the manager still hopeful. There are a

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number of clubs above us who have different runs and we have to make

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sure that we get our own act together in terms of putting a run

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together. Nottingham Forest are at home to Millwall having only one

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four League games all season. Is the pressure from fans getting two

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players? Something you have to deal with. If you do not expect that,

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you have to leave and play with someone with less expectation.

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Tomorrow the in form Rams are at home to Watford. A big local Derby

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game as well. It will be a change because usually it is asked going

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into it at the bottom of the league and we could be saved by that point.

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Notts County are in fine from but today they -- tomorrow they are at

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Charlton. Leicester Tigers have an LB Cup semi-final in Bath 1

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Nottingham rugby have their first play-off match tomorrow.

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Here comes Rebecca Adlington. You can see she has about 50 metres

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left. She is winning this race by a country mile. Rebecca Adlington

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with the crowd rising all around me. Touches the podium. With a time of

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eight minutes 18. She is well ahead of the second place and that really

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is a message going out to the rest of the world that Becky Adlington

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is at the top of her game and is still on course to retain two gold

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medals right here in this simple in the summer. It has been a

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marvellous week for East Midlands some as. 10 have qualified

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including Lizzie Simmonds in the backstroke, rust Davenport has made

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it to the relay team and smoked -- soapy Smith and Molly when shall

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make the team. Tonight has all been about Rebecca Adlington. Wonderful!

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Well done. Her family must be thrilled. How do you follow that?

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Give us good weather! There is not a great deal of rain around

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although we could do with it but it looks like being mainly dry across

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the weekend. Mild and hopefully with sunny spells. Sadly no

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sightings of the northern lights last night but plenty of photos of

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the four men. Mark cent this one in. the four men. Mark cent this one in.

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It was over Bingham last night. High pressure dominating things

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over the weekend and keeping us mainly settled and mainly dry.

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Taking a look at things for now, one or two clear spells around. The

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cloud will continue to increase through much of the evening,

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particularly over parts of Derbyshire and the Peak District

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where you could see some skits and spots where the cloud thickens.

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Temperatures still on the mild side, dipping down to it Celsius.

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Tomorrow start on a fairly cloud denote but certainly the signs are

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good to cease breaks in those cloud in the afternoon. Where the sun

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comes out, temperatures around 15 Celsius. Three Saturday evening,

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looks like things stay mild with clear skies and Sunday, after a

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misty start, you will see that cloud breaking up with the hope are

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plenty of sunshine to be had. Temperatures around the mid- teens

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on Sunday. High pressure still dominates, still sitting right over

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the UK into the start of next week and signs suggest eye pressure will

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keep a hold of things until at least the middle of the week.

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Keeping things drive and feeling mild for the time of year.

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Promising for the weekend. Let's go back to London and to our sports

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editor, Mark Shardlow. Rebecca it is just talking to the

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press. Let's have a quick word with her. Even though I am going in fast

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this, it does not matter what idea on paper, it matters what you do in

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the swimming pool. Amazing! I am so tired. I don't know who to go to! I

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am so pleased with that swim. It was very difficult. I found it

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really hard. The second 400, I struggle and I struggle mentally to

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break through that pain barrier. It break through that pain barrier. It

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is not a nice feeling, so I just tried to give it my best and

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improve on my time. You don't even look tired, a new owner this event.

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I am absolutely dead! I just wanted to put a good time in. Ainu fairly

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would put in a good fight but it is so hard in the second 400 when you

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