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

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Our top story tonight: the PM pressures Nottingham to have an

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elected mayor. The cities that do have a mayor are

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promised more influence in Westminster. Ray Mears can

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galvanise economic... Back on her feet, this woman is the first

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person in England to have a heart valve.

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Is the council playing fair with this market? Nothing has been

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decided, they say, and then for us to find out that they have been

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advertising this place for sale, it is disgusting.

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How a very English designer tailors his close to suit Japan, like this

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Good evening. Welcome to Tuesday's programme. The Prime Minister today

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offered the leadership of Nottingham City Council the chance

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to sit at the cabinet table in Number 10.

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However, that tempting offer depends on Nottingham's voters

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backing plans, in a referendum, for a directly-elected city mayor.

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That's something Labour in Nottingham is against. David

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Cameron says he wants to chair a cabinet of elected mayors to speak

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up for our big English cities. One campaigner for a "yes" vote says

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Nottingham is in danger of missing out. From Downing Street, here's

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our Political Editor John Hess. Should Nottingham opt for an all

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powerful City mayor decided by the people of Nottingham? That's the

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question that'll be put in a referendum on May 3rd. Nottingham

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City Council's ruling Labour leadership wants its citizens to

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vote no and a resounding no. But today inside Number 10, the Prime

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Minister gave his personal endorsement to a cross-party

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campaign to secure a yes vote. Arriving in Downing Street, the

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former Labour insider, now feeling the political till in his own city.

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He wants Nottingham to have a directly elected city mayor, but

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that is political heresy in labour at Nottingham. I think it is about

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giving people the choice. People want to choose who their leaders

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are. It is not right in this day and age. Whereby someone gets to

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leave the council by 0.1 % of the population. A cross-party reception

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inside Number Ten. This is to pariah to a referendum in early

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make on having City Meyers in our big English cities, including

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Nottingham. Meyer's can galvanise economic action to make our cities

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dynamos. -- mayors. I was elected by the people. That is what makes a

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difference because they are the ones to whom I am a Cant sock --

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accountable. But Labour Nottingham is the sticking to its guns. They

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are telling us they want to waste hundreds of thousands of pounds on

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a mayor that nobody wants. creating voter interest is what

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today's Downing Street reception was about.

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And, John, the mayor of Leicester, finally knows what his pay packet

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is going to be in future? It was an issue that was not raised

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in public at this reception, but it has been a hugely controversial

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issue. The new pay deal for the city mayor of Leicester has been

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set at �65,000. There was a huge row when an independent panel

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suggested a salary in excess of �100,000. The whole controversy

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over salary was used in Nottingham as a reason not to have a city

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mayor there. Sir Peter told me the new agreed salary was fair and in

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line with the salary of a backbench Thank you very much.

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There were denials from the dock from the former UDM president, Neil

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Greatrex. He, along with fellow union leader Mick Stevens, is

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accused of stealing almost �150,000 from a charity for sick and elderly

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miners and using it to improve their own homes. This afternoon,

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the defence started at Nottingham Crown court. Jo Healey was there.

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In court, two of Nottinghamshire mining's most familiar faces facing

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14 counts of theft, charged with Sealink -- stealing from a charity

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set up to help sick miners and their families. Trustees of the

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Nottinghamshire miners Home charity which ran at this home called the

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Phoenix on the Lincolnshire coast. They control the money and they are

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accused of stealing it, nearly �150,000 of it to improve their own

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homes. Neil Greatrex told the court he did

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use the funds to install a kitchen at his house at a cost of �11,750.

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But he said he was owed remuneration as the director and

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company secretary. When he was asked, did you at any time other

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than the kitchen ask anybody to supply invoices for work done at

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your house but picked up by the Phoenix, he replied, no, I did not.

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He was also asked about cash payments for work done on his

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properties. Neil Greatrex explained to the court how he paid for work

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on his house in cash. Every peak months or so, he would meet the

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bill they in a hotel off the M1 and hand over the cash payments. --

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every three months or so. The trial continues tomorrow.

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Still to come on the programme: Two of the day's big talking points.

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The football. And the weather. Everyone is talking about this

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glorious weather, but guess what? It is set to get even warmer

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tomorrow. How high will be tempered to get? I will tell you shortly.

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And it was not wrong about today, look at the lingering sunshine

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behind me. It must mean we are at the end of the Football season,

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adding spice to the end of a local derby.

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Next tonight, the first person in England to have a new type of heart

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valve fitted and it was doctors here in the East Midlands who did

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it Experts at Leicester's Glenfield Hospital have been leading the way

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with minimally invasive techniques for replacing aortic valves for

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years. The latest development involves a valve that is easier to

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position in the best place. Our Health Correspondent Rob Sissons

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has been to meet the patient from Lincolnshire whose benefiting.

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This woman is 89, but also a number one, the first patient to have a

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new type of heart valve fitted in England. It was all smiles who --

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as she met the doctor who fitted it. I am very well, I hope the check-up

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will be excellent. The latest valve build on this

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design, allowing surgeons to repay it -- the reposition it using

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keyhole techniques, something that was impossible in the past. It was

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limited and now we have this option to reposition it. Edna was feeling

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breathless before the procedure. With ageing, the aortic valve was

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not functioning well because of calcium deposits. Three weeks later

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and she feels on the mend. A I have not had any pain at since I had it.

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Just a little discomfort. Otherwise I am feeling that I am on the mend.

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This portrait shows Edna's procedure. It is very clear to see

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the metal framework around here. That is sad now, positioned across

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the patient's old valve, which is narrowed and not working properly.

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She has more of a spring in her step and hopes to return to one of

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her passions. I hope to pick up the reins and do a little more. I used

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to go dancing quite a bit. I don't know whether I will manage that

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again! Egg that is following this woman, who five years ago, was the

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first patient to have another procedure. Ed that is hoping for

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A body has been found under a boat in the River Trent. Officers were

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called out this afternoon after the body was spotted by a boat owner in

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a stretch of the river at West Bridgford. The dead man is white

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and thought to be in his 40s. The police are investigating the

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circumstances of his death. Wildlife groups say they're worried

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a local nature reserve in Derby could be ruined by a cycle track. A

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map produced by the City Council suggests it wants the outdoor

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circuit to go through The Sanctuary on Pride Park. It's home to several

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endangered species. The council says the plan is "indicative" and

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You start! Traders in Market Harborough have

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reacted angrily about the district council's decision to advertise its

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indoor market for lease before a final decision's made about its

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future. The council says the Market Hall isn't making enough money and

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it can no longer afford to keep it as it is.

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So as part of our series on three streets in the East Midlands,

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Victoria Hicks reports now on the controversy gripping the indoor

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market in Market Harborough. Market day, people are shopping here while

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they can. That is because harbour district council says the indoor

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market is not making enough money. Traders have to move out and a big

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brand needs to move in that so it has advertised the police have.

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Despite the council saying it was willing to listen to what people

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wanted to happen here, it is already gone ahead and advertised

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this place on a 15 year lease. are supposed to be going to a

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meeting on 13th April to this client -- decide whether the market

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stays or not and they have already got the property up for sale. It is

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an absolute kick in the gut. Instead of asking what we would

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like first, they have gone and pulled the rug from under our feet.

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To tell us that nothing has been decided and then for us to find out

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that they have already been advertising this place for sale, it

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is disgusting. But the council insists the decision to advertise

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the lease does not undermine the consultation process. We are

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looking at to might move in their at the time -- as the same time we

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are doing the consultation. If the two do not come together, it will

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not happen, but we cannot wait until we finish the consultation.

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We have a year to make �1 million of savings. This has gone way

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beyond the gauging of interest, it has put the whole market up for

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least complete with the details of square footage, the potential

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income requirements, development potential, even down to details

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about a planning for planning permission to extend. Trade is plan

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to me with the council next week to see if they can cut a deal and take

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on the East of themselves. -- take on the police themselves.

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Supporters of a care service for younger people with dementia have

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mounted a last ditch campaign to try to save it. Nottinghamshire

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county council wants to close the New Outlook centre in Sutton in

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Ashfield and send those using it into general day care. But their

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families say vulnerable patients will suffer. Carolyn Moses reports.

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This man's maimed -- memory may be fading but he can still remember

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his time at the New Outlook centre. He spent five years using the

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dementia Service after day-care became difficult. They took him out

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for lunch is, because he is into aeroplanes, they took him to Newark.

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The staff know each person individually. They cater what they

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do for them, what they are interested in. It is not like a day

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centre where they sit in a chair. We have not been allowed to film

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inside to show the work he does, but the county council says it is

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planning to transfer the services here to general day centres across

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the county. It is spending �7 million up grading 14 centres, but

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campaigners say they will not offer the specialist services that are

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here. People like Phil who has been using

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it for months. He is worried about sharing his care. I could not cope

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with that. It is not because I dislike other people, but it can

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make you be overwhelmed. But the council says the fears are

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unfounded and the new centres will mean dementia care is expanding.

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They will be changing from the all- day services of tea and biscuits.

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We are not bring people together and leaving them to mix. We are

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still improving services. We will have its specialist services in

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each centre which we do not at the moment. Overall the move to mixed

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centres should save �4 million a year. Families want it may backfire,

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with some patients simply unwilling to try them.

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The health service says two Nottinghamshire hospitals haven't

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had any cases of MRSA for the past two years. Newark Hospital and the

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Kingsmill Hospital haven't had a single outbreak of the infection

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since March 2010. Health bosses say the success is due to strict

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cleaning and hygiene, and because patients are screened for MRSA when

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they're admitted. Four fire fighters are to receive

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the Queen's Gallantry Medal which is awarded for acts of exemplary

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bravery. They were nominated after responding to a major gas explosion

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at a house in June 2010 that left two people with life-changing

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injuries and destroyed the property. When people's lives at risk -- at

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risk, that is when you this cures, it is part of the job. He has

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exploded behind the point I was shocked at first, almost thought it

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was a prank. It has not sunk in yet. It is the third highest civilian

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medal you can get and I am very proud of it.

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They should be. Two East Midlands fashion companies

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are enjoying huge success in Japan. Yesterday we told you about the

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Derbyshire knitwear firm John Smedley which is making huge

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inroads in the Far East. Well, it's not just John Smedley. The designer

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Sir Paul Smith from Nottingham has more than 60 shops in Japan. Kylie

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Pentelow reports from Tokyo on what it is about the East Midlands that

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It feels a long way from the East Midlands, but people in this city

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love wearing our brand. Hello! This is the Paul Smith shop. The

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designer from Nottingham has made it feel like home.

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It seems the Japanese cannot get enough of his English style. More

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than 40 % of his worldwide business is in Japan.

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He likes the accessory collection which is simple but queued.

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TRANSLATION: She likes English a lot. She likes the way they dress

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in a nice way which which -- which we do not have in Japan. In the

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shop, you can feel that. For the first time, Paul Smith is

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designing specific clothing just for the Japanese.

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Like this three-dimensional womenswear. You do not need glasses

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to see that it is worth adapting their brand to this market. Back in

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Derbyshire, John Smedley is also tailoring its knitwear for Tokyo,

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and sizing is a particular issue. The sleeves are up slightly shorter

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and the chest with is more-or-less the same, but the sleeve and the

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body length change. We probably do about six or seven different

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colours per style. They seem to work very well for their market.

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It is not just the finished product, but the history, the Heritage, that

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is making the East Midlands so popular in the Far East.

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A little closer to home now! Visitors to a stately home get a �6

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million a welcome. Apparently Bess of Hardwick would approve, we have

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been told. Another day, another local derby.

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They've come thick and fast. This time its Nottingham Forest's trip

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to Leicester City. Forest looking to get three points nearer to

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safety, the Foxes, three points nearer the play-offs. The world of

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football is a small one and former team-mates usually end up facing

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each other at some point. There are some prime examples of that tonight,

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notably Leicester defender Wes Morgan. He's set to line up against

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his old side for the very first time. Kirsty Edwards has more.

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It may be the strange before Forest fans to see where small then in a

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Leicestershire at. But as far as his former manager is concerned,

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there will be no hard feelings. is gone, he went with our best

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wishes. Probably without selling him, we might have been in trouble.

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Enough has been said about us being able to bring players in and

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strengthen the team. We have a lot to thank him for.

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He is not the only Leicester player to move about. Top lad, I have a

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lot of time thin, good player. It would be nice if we could have him

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here, but I don't think we could afford him. It will be good to see

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him again. Respect is definitely mutual, although Nugent all be

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looking to put one over his old boss. He is a good manager and it

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will be tough, but it will be a good test. Hopefully we can get the

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three points. Over the years, you could barely

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separate them. They have played each other won a one times together.

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The foxes were ahead by one win. -- 101 times. How will that statistic

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look after tonight? We got a great result last time. Beat them last

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season with Portsmouth 6-1. I suppose it had to even out

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somewhere along the line. Hopefully if I can get back to the record I

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had before their game, or we will be delighted. All friendships will

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be forgotten come kick-off tonight with both sides desperate for all

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Let's talk to the former Leicester captain now. Everyone kept

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mentioning that FA Cup game, but that was a long time ago, in

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January. A season will go quickly now. It was only five weeks ago but

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it does seem like a long time ago. It was a massive game for be teams

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tonight. Is it that they? Are Leicester serious about the play-

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offs? I have not given up. Have you? Now permit -- mathematically

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there are points available. Five points adrift now. People have been

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saying to me that the season is over, but I do not see it that way.

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Lest they have got to take each game as it comes. Every game is a

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cup final. Briefly, how much pressure is wares more than under?

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He will handle the situation. He is a good player, very reliable and

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has a lot of respect. Not just from the Leicester fans. It is a big

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game in and I am sure he will enjoy it. Thank you for joining us. The

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game's all know that tonight. Nottingham Panthers play off

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quarter final first leg is tonight against Braehead in Glasgow. It's

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come round quick! Result in our late bulletin tonight.

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And in cricket, England were bowled out for just 193 in Sri Lanka but

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Nottinghamshire's bowlers are leading the fightback. Stuart Broad

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took an early wicket before his Notts team-mate Graeme Swann took

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the next four. The marvellous spell from Swanee has Sri Lanka all in a

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spin at 84 for five. And with Jayawardene out, who knows who'll

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win the game now? The game here at the King Power is

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also completely up for grabs. Two teams who've started scoring goals

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and entertaining. Lets see what the fans think. Paul Bradshaw's been

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finding out. It has been an inconsistent season

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so far, but tonight it is all about the local passion. What will these

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Corby? 2-0 to it City. It has been a long month of games, but I think

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we will keep going. A good win at the weekend so it 2-0. Good stuff.

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Forest put seven past Leeds. would not put a bet on another

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seven, but I think a revenge of 4-0 would be good. That is quite

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important to get a bit of pride back after that. That was

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embarrassing to say the least. I am going for a Forest win. To do zero

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would be nice. -- a 2-0. We are hoping for an entertaining game

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tonight. So, Leicester City versus

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Nottingham Forest. Foxes still harbouring faint play-off hopes.

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Forest nearly safe but not quite. BBC Radio Leicester and BBC Radio

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Nottingham both with full commentary.

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Don't worry about me sitting here, I am thus keeping it warm for the

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people who are waiting to be entertained. A real prospect

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tonight. Thank you very much indeed.

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Exciting stuff! Visitors to one of our finest

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stately homes will get a whole new experience when they arrive -

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thanks to a � 6 million makeover. The stable-yard at Hardwick hall

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will not only house new restaurants and shops, but will also act as a

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gateway to the estate in Derbyshire. As James Roberson reports, the Duke

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of Devonshire says his ancestor, Bess of Hardwick, would have been

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proud. It is a way of arriving he ate

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never before favoured by Dukes, but the Duke of Devonshire came this

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way to the stately home in north Derbyshire to see the radical

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changes that have been brought in the stable yard. They are the

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culmination of a seven-year project to redevelop the visitors' entrance.

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These buildings have been on the at-risk register for some time and

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we wanted to do the basic repairs. But then it was to get them into a

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good use. You are going to come up the drive as you have done for

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years, but then go left and go around the back so people will see

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ague they have never seen before. For more than two years, the stable

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yard has been a building site, but now it is almost complete thanks to

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the �6.5 million that has been found to renovate the buildings

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into shops and restaurants. Visitors can hire the cottages and

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enjoy a new vistas. This is an investment that not Ali looks after

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this important historical building, but gives Hardwick a viable

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financial future by ensuring that people who come they can have the

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facilities that of fantastic quality, but have access to one of

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the best houses in the country. There are at least six new things

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that have been invented false stop opening the development, the Duke

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said that his ancestor, Bess of Hardwick, would have been pleased

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by the renovation. I think she would have been

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thrilled because she loved value- for-money, so to see these

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buildings, which were falling into dereliction, she would have been

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thrilled with that. While the House will only be open from February to

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October and during early December, the new stable yard will be open

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all year round and bring you access to the estate as well.

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Doesn't it look gorgeous in the sunshine?

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It looks lovely. Alan was saying What a glorious day, as it has been

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over the East Midlands, it will be continuing until the temperature

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cools towards the end of the week. Overnight it will be quite chilly

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under the clear skies. First photo of tonight now. The next one,

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beautifully backed by the blue skies. A final photo, thank you for

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sending it in. The reason for the settled conditions is the high

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pressure which is sitting right across the UK now and will continue

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to dominate for at least the next 24 hours before things start to

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change. It means overnight, we are dry, settled, we have clear skies.

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Underneath these guys, temperatures will suddenly fall very quickly so

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a chilly night ahead. Temperatures down to two or three degrees. The

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coldest temperatures will be in north Derbyshire way you could see

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a frost and some patches of mist and fog. That will quickly left in

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the morning and we are in for another stunning day tomorrow.

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Clear, blue, sunny skies and a high temperature of 23 degrees. Tamara

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is going to be the hottest day of the week. Looking further ahead, on

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Thursday the high-pressure starts to slip away so you will notice

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things being cooler on Thursday. The temperatures will continue to

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come down torts the weekend. Still sunny.

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