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This is East Midlands Today with Dominic Heale and me, Anne Davies.

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Fury as the cost of diesel edges towards 1750 a litre.

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We speak to a haulier who already spends �2 million a year at the

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pumps. Probably 60% of that is duty and VAT. That's �1.2 million if my

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figures are right. A heck of a lot of cash.

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Also tonight, found here with shocking injuries, now questions

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are raised over the death of a baby. We feel totally let down by the

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professionals entrusted to protect the lives of the vulnerable.

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Plus our spending cuts behind rising sickness rates in the

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police? And running for Sport Relief. The

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man who lost his limbs to meningitis. I've not got back to

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the stage after a decade where I can make a contribution back and to

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show that you can recover and you Good evening. Welcome to Thursday's

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programme. Amid the talk of a granny tax, a

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mansion tax and cuts in the 50p tax rate for top earners, the plans for

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3p on fuel passed almost without notice.

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It was hoped George Osborne would delay or scrap the rise due in

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August as prices on the pumps edge closer to �1.50 a litre. Last week,

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the Prime Minister told students UK fuel prices would make them faint.

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Quentin is joining us now. More financial strain for drivers?

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certainly looking that way. With potential unrest in the middle East,

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prices will not get any better by the looks of it. Tonight, we're

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here in Derbyshire where the County's police force announced it

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will cost them an extra �40,000 a year to fill up. They intend to

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send their fleet of cars to supermarkets where they hope prices

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will be cheaper. My colleague Simon Hare spent the day at a hauliers.

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They've calculated they will spend over �1 million in fuel duty and

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VAT every year. This is a service station with a

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difference. Its owners know how the average motorist feels when fuel

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rices rise. That is because K & H which operates this garage in the

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Peak District also run as haulage business next door. When the extra

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3p in fuel duty kicks in this summer, the price here for a litre

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of diesel will break the �1.50 barrier. People have had enough.

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You go to these other countries and it's a lot cheaper. It should be

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capped. They are paying enough tax. I wouldn't like to pick the fuel

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bill in, what this firm's paying out or what heavy goods vehicles on

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the road pay. We are buying about �2 million of fuel. About 60% of

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that is fuel duty and VAT. A heck of a lot of cash. Just going

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straight to the Government? Going to the Government from us alone.

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Diesel used to be a third of your costs. Now we are way over 50%.

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Money that should have gone towards investing in the business for

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things like replacing lorries has had to cover the extra fuel costs.

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We are in a continual challenge to keep people employed. On a weekly

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bases somebody goes out of business. It is a very serious situation. It

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needs to be taken account of. the mean tile, this firm warns

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customers it will have to put up haulage rates. That means higher

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prices for other goods also being passed on to the public.

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So, big bills at that hauliers. No doubt big bills here at Trent

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Barton. Let's talk to the commercial director, Alex Hornby.

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How much will it cost you? literally translates as an extra

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�100,000-to-our fuel bill. Coupled with changes coming to the fuel tax

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rebate rules to bus operators in the UK, that translates as an extra

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�1.1 million in over heads to our company. You have seen a

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opportunity in this? There has to be a opportunity. Everyone will

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face these increases. Not least the motorists. Our aim is, we will not

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stop investing, improving our quality in order to attract the

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motorist to our services. So you're hoping to attract the Moat ris --

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motorist driven out of their cars to hop on to a bus. Certainly.

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will the impact be on the bus companies, smaller companies?

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will be companies in similar situations to ours. Some companies,

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this will seriously damage their business. This is a huge impact.

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There are people who may not have the opportunities we have.

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Particularly those operating school services or more rural services. We

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are trying to meet the challenge head-on. I hope the Government

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lends support to those who need the extra support. Alex, thank you.

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That's the impact on a big transport company. What about the

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impact on you, the ordinary motorist? Well, cast your mind back

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almost 12 years ago to September 2000, and the height of the fuel

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protests when oil refineries and fuel depots were brocadeed by

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furious lorries drivers and convoys of vehicles deliberately drove up

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moat ways slowly to cause tailbacks. That was when the average cost of

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unleaded fuel was only 80p a litre. Now look at how things have changed

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for a typical journey through the heart of the East Midlands. We've

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chosen a trip from Mansfield in Nottinghamshire down to Leicester.

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A drive of some 47 miles. If you were driving a car that did 35

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miles to the gallon, in 2000, that journey would have cost you �4.88

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in unleaded fuel at 80p a litre. From August this year, that same

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journey will cost you �8 .97 at 17p a litre after the hike in fuel duty

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which comes into effect in August. There is now an e-petition Jon

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Leyne which is calling to scrap this fuel hike. So far, it has

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attracted almost 14 2000 signatures. The Conservative MP behind it says

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with many motorists now paying a tenth of their entire income

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filling the family car, there now is an urgent need for a

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parliamentary debate on all this. Quentin, thank you.

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Incredible figures. You've been getting in touch with us over the

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coming price rises. A flavour of your views.

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Lindsey says what next, a window tax?. Trish says she's thinking of

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staying on in Tenerife. Everything is cheaper and we've the sun too!

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Steve Fletcher says diesel is already close to �150 a litre in

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the Giltbrook and Kimberley area. Susan tweet the us to say she's

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just paid �1.44 a litre for diesel and thought that was expensive.

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Ouch! Thanks for all of your tweets and emails. Still to come: You can

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forget the price of fuel. At least the sunshine is free.

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It is a good job. We've had some lovely sunshine again across the

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East Midlands and those warm temperatures. Will they last for

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the weekend? I'll tell you towards the end of the programme.

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Next, the family of a baby boy who died from head injuries say they

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feel totally let down by professionals who are entrusted to

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protect the lives of the vulnerable. Tyler Redhead died in 2007. His

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inquest has only just been held. Todays the coroner recorded a

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narrative verdict saying there was shortfalls in the service provided.

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Disciplinary action has been taken against those involved.

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Inquests normally answer questions. But in this case, some still remain.

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This inquest was about a child of whom publicly, at least, there are

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no known photographs. A child who had shocking injuries, including

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those from being sexually abused. A baby, Tyler, who is dead, aged just

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14 weeks. Heavily pregnant, Tyler's mum Zoe Harris, seen with the pink

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handbag, arrived at the coroner's court this morning to hear how her

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son died. In accept 2007, Tyler was rushed to the Leicester Royal

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Infirmary. He died the next day of head injuries. Tyler's father,

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Craig was looking after the son and told the police he shook Tyler

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after finding him unconscious. The postmortem examination revealed

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some of Tyler's injuries were non- accidental and were four weeks old.

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The court was told at the time of Tyler's death, his parents were

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heroin addicts with a history of domestic violence. They were well

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known to social services. A serious case review's been carried out. It

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found more could have been done to help Tyler. No words or statements

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can bring Tyler back to us. We feel totally let down by the

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professionals entrusted to protect the lives of the vulnerable.

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the All the agencies who work with children in Leicestershire have

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taken action, improved quality of service. It would be less likely

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this would happen today than it would have done in 2007. So what

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happened here at the family's home in Earl Shilton will probably never

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be known. The police originally charged Craig Redhead with the

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murder of his son but the case was dropped as there wasn't enough

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evidence to secure the conviction. Mr Redhead was called to give

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evidence but he didn't show up. The police say the case is still open.

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In other news tonight: Work to widen the A453 has been brought

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forward. The news was revealed in yesterday's Budget papers.

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Nottinghamshire County Council says the work is likely to start this

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winner it. It was due to begin in 2015. You cook driving on the new

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dual carriageway now before that date. The council's welcomed the

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announcement. Controversial plans to relocate

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five GP surgeries in Nottinghamshire on to a single site

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have been approved in principle today. The Primary Care Trust board

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agreed the clinical and financial case for the supersurgery planned

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for Wilford Lane in West Bridgford but they have deferred a final

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decision for two months while more research into transport links is

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carried out. The Leicestershire based fashion

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retailer Next says its profits rose by 5%. The company says the success

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was largely down to the rapid growth of its Jon Leyne business.

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The group warned the outlook for the year ahead remains uncertain.

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It is probably fair to say it is a stressful enough job fighting crime

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but now it seems the pressure on our police is rising still further.

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Figures obtained by the BBC show the number of sick days taken by

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officers in Nottinghamshire has risen by more than a quarter. The

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force says it is tackling the problem. But rang and file officers

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blamed cutbacks and the fact many experienced staff have been forced

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to leave. It was never going to be a popular

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police tactic. Last year, Nottinghamshire decided to get rid

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of experienced officers with more than 30 years service. It was

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facing some of the biggest cuts in the country though, �42 million

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over four years. But those on the frontline say the cracks are now

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showing. We've lost 200 officers since the start of last year alone.

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Way over 300 civilian staff that were supporting those officers. We

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work in a stressful environment where people set out to attack and

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abuse us on a daily bases. If officers haven't the knowledge that

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backup is coming it can only exacerbate injuries picked up in

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the line of duty. Injuries and illnesses have gone up. 23,000 sick

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days were seen last year, up by 5,000. In Derbyshire and Leicester

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shire rates are falling. Managers insist they are tackling the

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problem and in the last few months are making prose rest -- progress.

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We are trying not to pile work on to people. We are trying to make

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ourselves much more efficient. We are reducing crime figures. We are

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down 7.2 were from this time last year. Our sickness rates are coming

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down. There could be a new challenges ahead with sweeping

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changes planned by Government tor pay and promotion, the federation

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says there will soon be even fewer laughing policemen. A lot of

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officers will rethink their career choices. I stand to lose a number

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of thousands of pounds from my pay. The force will have serious issues

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with retention and recruitment if this comes in.

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A nightclub owner's been given a criminal ASBO only the second in

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the country for persistently fly- posting. In January, Tim Sturgess

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was ordered to pay over �5,000 for putting up hundreds of posters

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advertising his nightclub all over the city. Magistrates imposed the

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CRASBO after hearing evidence Sturgess continued fly-posting,

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even after his conviction. He was convicted on 16th January. He still

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continued until the end of February. There have been numerous fly

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posters glued to people's private properties, windows, businesses and

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BT telephone boxes. It is a cost to them and the council to remove.

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is claimed a new system to make people's basic medical history

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available across the NHS will help to avoid mistakes and improve

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emergency cares. Patients are being invited to have part of their GP

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medical records made more widely available on computer. Our Health

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Correspondent reports. One of the first surgeries in Derbyshire to

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take part in the new idea. It is to make a summary of a patient's

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medical history available across the NHS so long as the patient

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agrees. We get the basic information about medication,

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druggal erpblgies and have the ability to share that information

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amongst the relevant parties. thinks it is a great idea. He has

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chronic breathing problems. If he was rushed into hospital, he knows

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he would not be able to recall the medication he's on. Some of the

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names are Latin. I can hardly pronounce them. I have them in the

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cupboard in the kitchen. If you asked me what I was taking, I'd

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have to get the boxes. His wife only has one wor ji are they

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secure? As long as only the medical profession know what's going off in

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our lives. It is not just an open access to everybody. Clinicians

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would have to have a smartcard inserted into the computer and a

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PIN code to access information. Emergency departments see huge

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advantages. They are getting busier. Hospitals can struggle to get hold

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of key information from GPs out of normal surgery hours. We have to

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give quite a few medications at short notice to people who are

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sometimes conscious and sometimes not. If we give it to them and they

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are allergic you can makes things worse. After billions was spent on

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the ill fated NHS computer, this is a less ambitious project but those

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behind it see big benefits. In.$$TRANSMIT Still to come: Tom

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Ray prepares to pass a special milestone.

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12 years ago, he lost his limb to meningitis. On Sunday, he'll run

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the Sport Relief Mile. Don't miss that. He's inspirational.

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He certainly is. Tile for sport.

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I'll start with someone who will need inner reserves. A big blow for

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Derby County captain Shaun Barker. He will be out of action for a year

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following his serious knee injury. Barker dislocated his kneecap and

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ruptured three key ligaments during the Rams match against Nottingham

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Forest. He'll undergo a major operation next week. Today he was

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offered support from someone who knows how tough his recovery will

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be. Forest's Dexter Blackstock. know where he is at the moment and

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what it takes to get back. It is definitely a long road but you can

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do it. I'm sure he's a determined character. And he'll be back.

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Elsewhere, he scored seven goals in seven games, now Forest boss Steve

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Cotterill is keen to get Gareth McCleary signed up to awe in

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contract. McCleary who scored four against Leeds md week is out of

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consider this week. Something the boss feels needs to be resolved.

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was one player I wanted to nail down. A few are out of contract.

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We've had a habit of letting players run out of contract here.

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We can't do that anymore. We cant aafford to do it. It is counter-

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productive if we do. That we need to do something about that. It is

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one in and one out on loan in notice county. Daniel Bogdanovic

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arrived from Blackpool and Ben Burgess heads for Cheltenham. After

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all those goals we showed you yesterday, Leicester shi got in on

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the act last night. There were six goals at their game against

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Blackpool. It was a 3-3 draw. It would have been a fair old trip

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back from Blackpool last night but the players were back here today to

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train and no doubt try and take their minds off the last few

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moments of the game. It certainly finished on a bit of a low for the

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Foxes. The whole match was a real rollercoaster of emotions. They

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were in Blackpool after all! First, Nugent went down in the box for the

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referee to book him for diving rather than award a penalty. Then,

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Leicester found themselves behind when Kevin Phillips headed past

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defender and goalkeeper from a corner. While Leicester' defence is

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looking dodgy. Up front, it's a different story. Five minutes later,

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Beckford made it all square. He and fellow striker Nugent are in good

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form at the moment. It was Nugent who found himself on the score

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sheet as the Foxes took the lead. They could only hold on to that

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lead for 15 mins as Blackpool grabbed another to make it 2-2.

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Leicester again took the lead, Beckford grabbing his second of the

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night. As full-time fast approached, the Foxes like rb looked like

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coming home with all three points but up popped Blackpool with a late

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equaliser. Feels like a defeat. At the last minute it was a bit of a

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killer. That's football for you. Having played so well, we deserved

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to win the game. It shows you at this level that you have to be

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switched on for the whole of the game. They may have scored three

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goals but it was a frustrating night for the Foxes and they are

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eight points off the play-offs. Complete goal-fest this week. Let's

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hope for more at the weekend. Let's hope for tries too. Nottingham

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Rubgy Club have a crunch game against Bristol at the weekend.

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They've prepared with the help of some young children. The boys and

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girls from Stepping Stones nursery have been getting behind

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Nottingham's promotion push. We don't normally get blokes this

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big coming to nursery. The children had a rugby theme day decorating

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eggs to look like rugby balls, dressing up and meeting players.

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Giving us the run-around. Good to come out and spread rugby around.

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We could have the next Jonny Wilkinson here! It is pretty hard

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with two big football teams in the town. If we can push the word and

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get out there with the community, get a bit more involvement with the

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kids in the rugby and push it through the schools, that would be

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good. The club mascot, Archie, was shown know mercy.

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It's always nice to get out and get the Nottingham rugby out in

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Nottingham. Especially with the kids and grown ups. To get rugby

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with them as well. Nottingham play Bristol who are top of the table at

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Meadow Lane on Sunday. They are pushing for promotion but they are

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already winning the next generation of fans.

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They were setting up quite a good ruck there. I sent Simon Ward to

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report rather than me after last time!

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Yes, you were taken out last time. We loved that one!

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Thank you, This Sunday, it's Sport Relief Mile

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where people all round the country can run one, three or six miles to

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raise money for charity. Tom Ray is one of the runners. But 12 years

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ago, he contracted pneumococcal septicaemia or meningitis as it is

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also called. He was 38 and this one-mile run will be extremely

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challenging as our reporter found out.

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This is Tom Ray, 12 years ago, he ran a successful company and had a

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nice house in the country. One night just before Christmas, he

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caught meningitis. Within hours, he was in a coma. He'd lost both his

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legs and arms and half hi face. was very, very sudden. And very,

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very severe. It was almost like, well it really was like dying and

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coming back to life again. Slowly, over time, Tom started to recover

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and was eventually allowed home. was a different person. I won't lie.

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He wasn't same man who came back. His head was in a very different

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place. Everything about him was different. It was just a case of

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rebuilding it minute by minute. Just being around him as a family.

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I've not got back to the stage after a decade where I can make a

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contribution back and to show that you can recover and you can help

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others. So, this Sunday, he's helping others by walking the Sport

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Relief Mile with his son Freddie. Dad's always saying you how am I

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going to do it? I said, like, I'll going to finish it with him.

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Doesn't matter. If he's crawling, I'll finish it with him. It is not

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about the distance as Tomas already walking a mile to work. It is about

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raising money to help others. about confidence. I've had to

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overcome that going back to work and doing things in society. I

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guess a lot of people are facing that now. Especially the youngsters.

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I wanted to be part of something that shows people that there's a

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positive side. If you just really get yourself together and really

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try, you can do something and turn it around.

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What can you say after that. How brilliant.

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If you see Tom, give him a wave. Time now for the weather.

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Made me quite emotional, that did. A good day, Tom, decent weather on

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Sunday. Hopefully a little sunshine Sunday. Hopefully a little sunshine

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as well. Maybe not as warm as today. More bearable for those taking part.

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This shot really says it all. Last night as the sun was setting this

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is along the embankment. Looks amazing, the lovely colours as the

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sun was going down. We've another cold night tonight.

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For the early part of the evening, clear skies. The chance of a frost

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starting to develop. We see it changing. There's a weak weather

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front across the south-west of the country. It will gradually cloud us

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over. Misty and murky again tonight. Further fog patches starting to

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develop. A minimum temperatures of around 4 or 5 Celsius. It means

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we'll start off very misty and murky again first thing tomorrow

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morning. A slow process but the cloud will gradually break up. We

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see the return of some sunshine into the afternoon. Again, in land,

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it will be a very warm day. The winds remaining light coming from

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the south-east. A maximum temperature of 16 Celsius. The

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further to the west you go, the temperatures held down. Low cloud

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and mist around there through the day time. I think we'll see things

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changing over the weekend. A lot still wanting to cling to the

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coastline on Saturday. I think the further west you go, that's where

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the sunshine will remain. Temperatures not doing too badly.

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For Saturday, around 14 Celsius. Sunday, too, still have high

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pressure with us. It could give variable amounts of cloud at times.

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An interesting weekend to see what really does happen. We will get to

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