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This is East Midlands Today with Maurice Flynn and me, Anne Davies.

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Our top story tonight - horror on an escalator. First tonight, a man

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is in hospital this evening after his toe was torn off on an

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escalator. He was screaming in agony. Also tonight - murdered by a

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man who laughed and licked the knife used to stab him.

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Five GP practices to be replaced by a single surgery.

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Find out why the Golden Mile in Leicester has been transformed into

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a film set. Good evening. Welcome to the

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programme. First a man is in hospital tonight after his toe was

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torn off on an escalator. It happened in a shopping arcade in

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Nottingham. Shopkeepers had described hearing the man screaming

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in pain. The escalator is cordoned off as an investigation is underway.

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Helen Astle reports. No one knows how it happened but yesterday

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afternoon, a man believed to be in his 20s, had his toe ripped off on

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an escalator. I was serving customers and I heard a commotion.

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This chap was yelling, help me, help me. Before I could react,

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someone from the Barbara's ran out and press the button to stop their

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escalator. He was just there, saying I want my feet out. We

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called an ambulance straightaway. It is understood it to go around 30

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minutes to free the man. They were trying to cut his shoe off and

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could not get it off. He was screaming in a lot of pain, he

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could not move. He was still up right but he could not move, he was

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trapped. He could not get his foot out and he wasn't a lot of pain.

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Escalators are in the West End Arcade, built in the 1970s. The

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city council is now investigating, it is not known what caused the

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incident. The escalator is closed while further checks are carried

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out. It is well maintained. The men come once a month to lookout it.

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it is an old escalator but it is regularly serviced. The men come

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along and cordon it off regularly. I am not aware of any problem.

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contacted the managing agents of the building but they did not want

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to make a comment. I understand that the man involved is being

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cared for at the Queen's Medical Centre. He is heavily sedated and

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likely to stay in hospital for several weeks.

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NHS bosses will decide next week whether to push ahead with

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controversial plans to move five GP surgeries to a single site. 30,000

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patients in Nottinghamshire would be affected by the change. Most of

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the surgeries are in converted houses and are no longer seen many

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NHS a suitable places for a GP practices. Our health correspondent

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Rob Sissons imports. A converted house, cosy and quaint but the

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doctors say it is not fit for twentieth-century health care.

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Inside they complain it is too cramped. It is really inappropriate

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to practise modern-day medicine in this. The plan is for her four

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other practices to move to a single site on the periphery of the suburb.

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This woman worries it is too far. On a good day, she says she can

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walk but her condition says on a bad day she can hardly get out of

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bed. With this proposal I will be required to take two buses. Also,

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it economically disadvantaged is those who are already economically

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disadvantaged by their condition. We are aware of the concern of

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patients about travelling to the new surgery. We're conscious we

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need to work with the relevant authorities to solve that. These

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campaigners say it is the wrong site. You can divert buses and play

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around with local services but there is no direct connection with

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the centre and that is the key. latest round of revealing it to the

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patients has been a poor exercise in my view. Two consultation

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meetings - no public address - no opportunity to ask questions and

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hear the answers. 3,000 people have responded to the consultation. Some

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people are impressed. I think it will be a benefit with more

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facilities. Whether they will get these plans of the drawing board is

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uncertain. The GPs who want to get it built here have a fight on their

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hands. Still to come - could a Ketton

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landmark be joined by two turbines? Not to some of the locals have

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anything to do with it. We will be there live later in the show.

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A court has heard that one of the men accused of murdering a former

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police officer, laughed and licked the blade of the knife afterwards.

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Paul Fyfe, who had served with the Leicestershire force, was stabbed

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when he asked a drug dealer and another man to leave his

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girlfriend's house. Our chief news reporter was in court and can tell

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us more. What do we know about Paul Fyfe?

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the time of his murder last June, he was 47. He had three daughters

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and was also a grandfather. He was working as a legal representative

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for defence solicitors in Leicester, often visiting clients in police

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stations. Before that he had been a detective constable for

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Leicestershire police and left the force in 2005. His wife of 28 years,

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pictured with him here, discovered that he had started an affair with

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a woman he had met at a club and Leicester and he moved out of the

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family home. What were the circumstances that

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led to him being murdered at his girlfriend's house? Naomi Reid was

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a drug user who lived on the Rowlatts Hill estate in Leicester.

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Paul Fyfe wanted her to stop taking drugs and cut her links with

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dealers. In the early hours of 10th June she was repeatedly visited by

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her supplier, Amin Jogee and his friend Mohammed Hersi. According to

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the prosecution, both were drunk and Jogee had also taking cocaine.

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When they finally left she texted them not to return but they let

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themselves back in, by which time Paul Fyfe had returned from work.

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Mr Fyfe challenged Hersi, what are you going to do stab me? And egged

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on by his friend he did, straight into his heart with the only knife

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in the house. Both men deny murder, what did they

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say in their police interviews? Both of them blamed each other for

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the stabbing. Amin Jogee said after they had run away to a nearby park

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Mohammed Hersi was laughing like was a joke and licked the blade of

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the knife. The jury was told the men felt Paul Fyfe had disrespected

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them, a fatal error in their book. The trial is expected to last two

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weeks. Thank you very much. A man who was at the centre of a

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long stand-off with armed police has been charged with a number of

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offencesWayne Green was arrested on a houseboat at Sandiacre in the

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early hours of yesterday. He appeared before magistrates in

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Derby this afternoon charged with assaulting a police officer, and

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failing to comply with the terms of a violent offender Order.

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Chauffeur-driven journeys made by the leader of Leicestershire County

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Council during the last six years have cost the taxpayer more than

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�200,000. It is just as the local authority is making �74 million of

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cuts to services. David Parsons says he has increased his use of

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public transport cut down and council business car journeys.

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Schools and businesses in Derbyshire are being warned to be

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on the alert for conmen, who say they need to repaint road markings

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nearby. The county council says it has received a number of complaints

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about men claiming to work on its behalf. The rogue traders then

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demand cash for special paint to go outside the properties. Businesses,

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GP surgeries and community centres have all been targeted.

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Villagers have started a campaign against plans for two and giant

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wind turbines. The locals at Ketton in Rutland say that the turbines

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will be unsightly and noisy. They also fear they will blow emissions

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from a nearby cement works towards their homes. James Roberson has the

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details. This farm outside Ketton have a family which looks after

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horses and other livestock but in the field next door beside the

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cement works, there are plans to build two wind turbines. Clare is

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worried about their effects on her health and their health of her

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horses. They're very highly strung and I do not know what effect wind

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turbines this close will have on them. The company behind the scheme

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say that turbines will benefit the area. They will produce enough to

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electricity to power over 1,300 homes which means all the

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surrounding villages. It is a windy day today and we're confident it

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will produce a significant amount of electricity. Local people

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against the development are worried that the airflow will be do so --

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disturbed and send dust from the cement works to pollute the

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countryside. We have undertaken a very detailed study of the

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emissions. That categorically shows there will be no increase at ground

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level in emissions. Chimneys by their virtue are designed to send

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what comes out up and over the turbines, so we are confident there

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is no issue there. With me now are two of the people you saw briefly

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in that report. The company says there is no evidence that pollution

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will come out of this Chenies down to ground level. Know where in

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Newark has two wind turbines been located close to a cement works. --

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know where in the Europe. Our concern is that the turbines will

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take energy out to the atmosphere and deposit what comes out of the

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chimney is N S cement works. -- chimneys from the cement works.

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have seen images of the turbines, what is the problem? We really

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would like Rutland County Council to ask the developers to put up a

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balloon at the height of these turbines so residents can visualise

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the impact these turbines will have on the village. Surely Rutland

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needs renewable energy? We're not against renewable energy - the

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country needs it but the specific concern is the location, next door

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to a cement works. Thank you very much. The timescale is that

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planning permission should be granted in May but there have been

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a lot of objections so the timescale could slip back.

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Thank you very much. A head teacher says he's going to

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take on Ofsted. In a highly unusual step, he is appealing against the

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verdict of government inspectors who visited his school. Steve Monks

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says he feels it is unfair that Sinfin Community School has been

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branded as failing - just months after recording record exam results.

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From Derby, Simon Hare reports. A year seven English lesson at the

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school. A school which has just been placed in special measures.

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The s is a really good school. There is a few things which need

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improvement but most things I like here. I do not think this school is

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a failure. The head teacher says it is not a description he recognises.

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Last year it achieved its best-ever GCSE grades. Also the most improved

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exam results in Derby so he is planning on making a formal

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complaint. I think the school is the best it has ever been. Also the

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ethos, the atmosphere, the teaching, it has never been better. During

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the two-day inspection Ofsted said they had seen problems with the

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behaviour of some pupils so this school asked for examples. They

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complained about a boy bouncing a ball in their chorister, and they

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complained about his two students having a fight but that was a play

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fight. -- in the corridor or. school has improved a lot of. They

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do not take that into consideration. We're not all bad pupils, nor are

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the teachers bad, we should not be classed as a failure. Ofsted says

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it says complaints seriously and will correct things quickly but it

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will not change judgments just because they are unpopular.

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Hidden cameras could be installed on the A38 in Derbyshire to catch

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drivers dropping litter. Amber Valley Borough Council spent �6,000

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last April collecting rubbish from the roadside. Workers picked up

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around 10 tonnes of waste. The council is planning to go back

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later this year and says it could put up cameras in lay-bys.

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Plans for a new 5,000 seater velodrome in Derby have been given

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the go-ahead. The �28 million centre will be built at Pride Park.

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It will also act as a major concert venue and have facilities for

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basketball and badminton. City councillors approved the plans at a

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meeting last night. Schoolchildren have been deserting

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their classrooms in favour of the great outdoors - with science

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lessons taking place at Attenborough nature reserve.

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Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust has unveiled a new science project,

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designed to be a fun way of teaching children about science,

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nature and our impact on the environment. Rebecca Sheehan

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reports. Today's class was slightly different for pupils from

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Kensington junior school - they are the first to take part in the new

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Wild science programme. The children are going to be scientists

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for the day, performing experiments to look at the human impact on net

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environment at Attenborough. It was hands-on right from the start as

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the children got to learn exactly what birds eat. We partnered up and

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we got appellate to die sector. found a pelvis. I found a lot of

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nice parts. It was revolting. everything was revolting as they

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went outside to check the weather. They will be looking at when speed,

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direction and temperature and measuring that. All the schools

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which do this project, they record the data and we hope we end up with

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good detect each year to see trains. We would talk about positive things

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that they can do individually to minimise impact on the environment.

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The project will benefit 1,500 children in East Midlands and it is

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hoped the programme will inspire young scientists of the future.

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If you're wondering why this man is here on the sofa tonight - it is

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because we have been deserted by Dom. As you about see, it seems he

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has been doing a spot of moonlighting. On the Sunday

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politics - prisoners are given drugs which amounts to chemical

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castration, will it work? And a controversial decision to strip

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search pupils at one of our schools. Join me from 12 men. -- 12 noon.

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So don't miss Dom are making a guest appearance on the Politics

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Show and Sunday. Back here tonight - a touch of Hollywood and highly.

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Screenplay that will make stars of hundreds of locals and Leicester.

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Filming starts of a movie set on the Golden Mile. Can Leicester City

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make it to Wembley? I do not know! The big weekend coming up for

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Leicester City. They play at Chelsea on Sunday in the quarter-

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finals of the FA Cup. The foxes were given 6000 tickets for the

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game. They sold out really quickly last Sunday with the fans hoping to

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see their side cause a shock. Can the one club left cause a shock?

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Hopefully we can show how we play. It will be a big game for Leicester.

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It will cause a shock, who know his? It is 30 years since the Fox's

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last reached a semi-final. Chelsea are hot favourites. They have won

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three of the last five FA Cup's. Come on Leicester! So it's 1,000

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fans are heading in hope. -- 6,000 fans. They are pretty good, yes.

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The task is mighty bash Chelsea are six times Cup winners and more used

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to mixing it with European neighbours than teams from the

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championship but Leicester believes this could be their year.

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Chelsea do look to be in goalscoring form all of a sudden.

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They got four in their European tie earlier this week. One man who

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could be key forget the foxes on Sunday is goalkeeper Kaspar

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Schmeichel. He knows all about winning the FA Cup because it is in

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his family... He was seven when his dad won it for the first time. He

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won it twice more. One of the victories was against Chelsea.

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is an awesome competition and I have grown up watching it. I have

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been lucky enough to be close to it through my dad. It is an amazing

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competition and anything can happen. Yes, I think everyone who is lucky

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enough to win it just enjoys it immensely. All these years on, he

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is dreaming of his own cup glory. Sunday's upon us had just hit form

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with the great European performance this week. -- opponents. I cannot

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wait. It is the type of game and opponents you want to play again.

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The Foxes worked hard at training this morning but why are their

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chances? They did beat Norwich in the last round. It will be a

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difficult game. We would just have to be at the top of her game to

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match them. We have their capability to do it. -- our again.

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For a lot of us, this is the furthest we have got in the

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competition and we just want to do the best for the club. We have

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6,000 fans coming and you want to make them proud.

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One man who knows all about playing for both teams is Leicester City

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ambassador Alan Birchenall. He was at Chelsea in the Swinging Sixties,

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so needless to say he enjoyed his time there. Earlier today we caught

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up with him and asked him about his time there. In it was a brilliant

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period. Chelsea where showbiz team then, I remember Sir Richard

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Attenborough and I am looking forward to meeting him again. There

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were lots of famous stars like Frank Sinatra and Sammy Davis and

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the legendary Raquel Welch even visited which caused a great stir

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in the dressing-room I can tell you. Sir Richard brought her round the

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dressing room which was interesting! It really will be a

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tough game. Have Leicester got what it takes? We are going down as a

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football club with an inconsistent season, to be honest. When we

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argued we are very did. Hopefully, if we can play at the top of her

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form, we might just shock Chelsea. -- when we are good we are very kid.

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-- good. Leicester were due to be playing

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Nottingham Forest in the championship tomorrow so that game

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is of course off. Derby County are in action however, they play

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Doncaster Rovers. And in League One Notts County will look to continue

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their amazing for me - at home to Sheffield Wednesday. The rugby now

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and Leicester Tigers have club captain Geordan Murphy in the

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starting line-up for the final of the LV Cup on Sunday. The Tigers

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had been playing mostly squad players in the competition, but

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they have made six changes for the game with Northampton. In the past,

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finals have been at Twickenham, but this year it is at Worcester.

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will be interesting to play a small stadium but it will be a great

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place and the fans will make a great atmosphere. You know what is

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expected when he put on the shirt. The mind is focused this week on

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Sunday. Staying with rugby and Nottingham

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are also in action on Sunday - the play Doncaster in their first home

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play-off match. And finally from me, speedway returns to Leicester

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tomorrow. A star studded testimonial is being held at

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Belmont Park for Magnus Karlsson. It is in honour of his ten-year

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service to British speedway. Leicester begin their Premier

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League campaign in the end of this month. Thank you very much. An

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election on Sunday how Leicester City got on. -- I will let you know.

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It is one of Leicester's best-known streets and now the hustle and

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bustle of the Golden Mile has been captured in a new movie. Written

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and directed by Leicester born Amit Gupta - the film is set on Belgrave

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Road. And as if that is not enough reason to be excited, hundreds of

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local people have also been cast as extras.

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One it is not every day you get to see the Golden Mile being

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transformed into area sunset. For five weeks it has a starring role

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NFL. -- film. The comedy is rooted in the city. The plot revolves

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around two feuding brothers who own restaurants near Belgrave Road. One

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has a daughter who is getting married and wants to reunite them.

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The film crew have transformed two real restaurants for the film. They

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have a personal link with their director. That is my mum's

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restaurant. We have put a big sign on its saying it is one of the

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brother's restaurants. It is not just the streets but also the

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people of Belgrade who have been recruited. They cannot get it any

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relearn than this. The Golden Mile is very popular and will be even

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more popular. It is quite exciting. They had been watching scenes being

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shot. The family watching invited the cast into have tea. An Oscar

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nominated photographer is also part of the crew. The crew have three

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weeks more to shoot the movie. They have caused quite a stir so far

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which will hopefully lead to box- office gold.

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He looked a bit dull for a Golden Mile. -- it looked. Just a little

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brightness out there at times. Nothing like this picture which

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shows a lovely day last weekend. Thank you very much. A different

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Thank you very much. A different story for this weekend. We have

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some rain on the way. This weather front has been moving around and

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will continue to do so as it makes its way across the East Midlands.

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We will see the crowd increasing. - - clouds. The rain will become

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patchy into the early hours of the morning. It will pick up again

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early on Saturday. Some persistent rain in the south-east corner. It

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could become more widespread in the afternoon. It will be a wet

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afternoon for all of us. Daytime temperatures of 12 Celsius. Still

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very wet Saturday night into Sunday. This will sit across the south-east

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corner of the country. If you are going out for Mother's Day, we will

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start out with showers but the skies will brighten behind it and

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it will be a cold day. Daytime temperatures of ten Celsius, so

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feeling a bit chilly. We do have high pressure starting to build the

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back end. For this weekend, we will seek rain for the first time for a

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while. This high pressure will push up from the south. This will mean

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it will be windy on Monday but a mainly dry day. Be able Mensa crept

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-- cloud as well. -- the able amounts of cloud. We will see it

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