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This is East Midlands Today with This is East Midlands Today with

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Anne Davies and me, Dominic Heale. Our top story tonight: Forecourts

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close as petrol stations run dry. The threat of a tanker driver's

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strike causes panic at the pumps. Because of the Government

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frightening us all to death, I went and got some petrol. I didn't

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actually need it, but thought I should. Jail for a man who claimed

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he was sleepwalking when he raped a teenager.

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Teachers in Nottingham strike over plans for a new five-term school

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year. I will be here at Calke Abbey,

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where plenty more lambs have been born since Monday. A full update

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Good evening and welcome to Thursday's programme.

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First tonight - filling stations across the East Midlands ran dry

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today as motorists rushed to fill up their cars. Forecourts were

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forced to close while others saw lengthy queues after a day of panic

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buying at the pumps. Drivers said they were heeding government advice

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ahead of a possible strike by tanker drivers. Our reporter, Helen

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Astle, has been at a petrol station in Leicester.

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There has been a steady queue at this garage for most of the day.

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Yesterday it ran out of fuel but there have been more deliveries

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overnight. Across the region there has been patchy panic buying.

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This was the scene across many garages in Leicestershire, and as

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the day progressed, the queues got longer with everyone having their

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own story to tell. Usually we come in celesta and we drive and park in

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Leicester, but we have come on the park-and-ride. Because of the

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Government frightening us all to death, I went and got some petrol.

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I didn't actually need it, but felt I should fill up. One gentleman

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just after 7am, rather than filling up his car traditionally, he filled

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a jerry can. One garage has run out of diesel and have sold five days'

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worth of petrol in one day. It is tremendously busy. We have already

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sold two days' supply. We are scared about the truck-driver

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strike. That is why you are here today? On that is the major reason,

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yes. This was Nottingham today, another garage and another queue.

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More drivers said they were running out of fuel, not panic drab --

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buying. I am on NT, I want to get home and I might make it to the

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petrol station. Are you out of diesel or are you think her for?

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am on the way, the light is on. Absolute crazy. I need to get some

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petrol. Have you run out? Yes. signs said it all as stations run

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dry. It used backed up on to main roads as drivers sought supplies.

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In Derbyshire or there were similar queues as people wanted to make

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sure their tanks were false. In some areas the price of fuel has

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gone up. In other areas it like here, it is Russian, you can only

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by �25 worth. -- rations. Garage owners are urging people not to

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panic buy, they say it garages have run out, there will be more

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deliveries. A man who claimed he might have

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been sleepwalking when he raped a teenager has been jailed for six

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years. Zack Thompson, from Newark assaulted the 17 year old at a

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holiday resort in Portugal. Thompson admitted the crime after

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Nottinghamshire Police brought in a top sleep expert from the States.

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The force says his conviction is the first of its kind. Our Social

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Affairs Correspondent, Jeremy Ball, reports.

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Zack Thompson and his victim was on holiday in Halbeath Europe. The

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teenager woke up to find him in her bed and she reported the attack

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when she got back to the UK. The court accepted the goal's version

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of what happened, but he told the police he cannot recall it. He said

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he might have been sleepwalking. But that was dismissed. I thought

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he was just rung and couldn't remember coming back to the hotel.

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He had an alcohol-related memory loss, or a blackout. It started

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while he was clearly the wake. When a sleepwalker has a memory loss it

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is only for the episode itself. Thomson admitted raping the girl

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after a 2.5 year legal battle. Nottinghamshire Police said centres

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the first time at Defence of sleepwalking has been successfully

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challenged in British courts. hope we can carry on with these

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cases and people cannot use sleepwalking as an excuse. We will

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carry on until we get justice for the victims. The court heard

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Thomson had drunk at least seven pints of beer and his initial

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reaction to the allegation is, I cannot remember, maybe. The judge

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said his actions had a devastating effect on his teenage victim.

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Still to come on the programme: A sunny forecast - but for just one

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more day. We only have one more day of this before temperatures start

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to drop. But the question is, how low it will they go? I will answer

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that shortly. Thousands of children in Nottingham

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had a day off school today after members of one teaching union

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walked out in a row over possible changes to the school year.

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Nottingham City Council says a five-term year would improve

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learning and increase attendance. They say today's action is

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premature because talks are planned for after Easter. James Roberson

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reports. There is only a strike in

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Nottingham because we have a council behaving in this way.

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Members of the NUT at a rally in Nottingham city centre. Many

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members walked out of dozens of Nottingham's schools over the

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council's plans. It wants to replace the current system with

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five, shorter terms and a shorter summer holiday. It will mean

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radical changes to many families. This lady's two daughters but go to

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school in Nottingham, but she teaches in Nottinghamshire. I would

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have a child being on holiday when I was in work. I know a lot of

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teachers who work in the county and have children in city primary

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schools or vice-versa. Whichever way it works, its causes difficulty.

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The City Council says a shorter summer holiday will benefit many

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children and parents. There is evidence that says the children are

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have along summer break, and they live in a family who does not have

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enough money to go on holiday, then there are learning goes backwards.

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But this teacher questions that. And there is no proof a five-term

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year will make a positive difference to the attainment and

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achievements of the children. council says the changes are not

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yet fixed. In our view, the strike has been called to early, while

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consultation is still ongoing. It will cause a lot of inconvenience

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for parents who will be saddened by the fact the consultation on this

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matter is still ongoing. The five- term year divides parents.

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Definitely approve. He is a way for quite a lot of time of the year,

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and some of the year he misses out on school holidays. I think it

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should be left as it is. It is better for the children, better for

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teachers. I don't mind, because I work freelance, I can cope but

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either way. Not all teaching unions in Nottingham have been on strike,

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but the NUT says it is planning another two strike days next month.

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A soldier from Oakham who died in Afghanistan was repatriated today.

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Captain Rupert Bowers, from the Second Battalion Mercian Regiment,

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died last week when a bomb exploded as he was leading a patrol. The 24

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year old's body was flown into RAF Brize Norton this afternoon. He was

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described by his commanding officer as "the bravest of the brave".

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A 22 year old man arrested in connection with a fatal crash has

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been released on bail. The incident happened in the early hours of

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Monday morning when a Renault Clio and a minibus collided on the A617

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near Mansfield. The driver of the bus died at the scene. A man was

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arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving. He's

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due back in court in May. An inquest's heard it took three

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days to find the body of a woman killed in a house fire - because

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her home and garden were so full of rubbish. Linda Parkes was an

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obsessive hoarder who threw almost nothing away. Today the coroner

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recorded a verdict of death by misadventure. From Derby, Simon

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Hare reports. The inquest heard how one woman's

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obsessive, compulsive urge to hoard almost anything and everything

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ultimately cost her her life. Firefighters were called to

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Wellington Street at long in the -- Long Eaton in Derbyshire in January

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last year. It took several hours to put the fire out. It was three days

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before police discovered the body of 59-year-old, Linda Parkes. It

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was buried under several feet of debris inside the terraced house.

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Station manager David Paul, describe what his staff had to

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battle through. Most of the rooms or completely filled with articles

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which made fire-fighting in the property very difficult indeed.

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This was piled several feet high? Some of the rooms were floor-to-

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ceiling, wall-to-wall. He said the most likely cause of the fire was

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piles of rubbish being set alight by gas rings on the hop which Linda

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Parkes, used to keep warm. Her partner, who was away in Spain at

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the time of the fire, said he was trying to help her with her

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compulsive obsessive disorder for 30 years. But she had declined help

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from medical professionals and social services.

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A union leader accused of stealing almost �150,000 from a miners' care

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home has told a court he had no idea that the money had come from

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the charity. Mick Stevens is jointly charged with the UDM's

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former President, Neil Greatrex, of stealing the money to pay for home

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improvements. Here's our chief news reporter, Quentin Rayner.

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Mick Stevens is currently a UDM general secretary. Along with the

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former President, he is accused of stealing money from a minus charity

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when he was a trustee. The charity ran a care home for sick and

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elderly miners on the Lincolnshire coast. It is thought the union

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leaders used the money for building work on their own properties. Nick

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Stevens told the jury under no circumstances would he approve of

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any personal expenditure being paid for by the home. He was asked by

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his defence counsel, how come you signed the Czechs? He said they

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were put in front of me. If they had Neil's signature on them, I

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would sign because he had authorised them. Mr Stevens said he

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was not involved in the day-to-day running of the home or its finances

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and had no recollection of seeing any invoices before signing cheques.

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One was for �36,000. The court was told Mr Stevens paid for

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improvements at two homes, either encashed, including a payment of

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�3,000, or legitimate the through another company of which she was a

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director. He was challenged by the prosecution, did you approve their

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kitchen and authorise its sq? Now I did not. Mr Stevens said he trusted

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Neil and believed everything he did was right. Both men denied the

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charges and the trial continues. The salary of the elected Mayor of

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Leicester has been given final approval by the city council today.

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Sir Peter Soulsby's wages will be �65,000, in line with that of a

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backbench MP. His deputy, Rory Palmer, and his five Assistant

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Mayors also get pay rises. A new study claims renovating

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social housing in Nottingham has helped reduce crime and improve

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people's health. Around 20,000 homes across Nottingham have been

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refurbished. The work included the fitting of new windows and

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installing central heating systems. A survey by Nottingham City Homes

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and Nottingham Trent University found the number of burglaries in

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these areas had gone down, along with people's fuel bills.

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A death trap. That's how residents have described a row of flats in

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Derby. They've raised their concerns after their neighbours

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became trapped inside their property when a fire broke out.

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Angelina Socci reports. Repairing the damage caused by a

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fire which left the two people inside terrified. It was in the

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early hours of yesterday morning when crews were called to this flat

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in Derby. Recycling bags left outside the front door have been

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set alight and the staircase became engulfed in smoke and flames.

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were met by two occupants at the window who were able to put

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themselves in a place of safety whilst we arrived. Shortly after we

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were able to put the fire out, gain access to the property and we

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assisted in the safe rescue of those casualties down the stairs.

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The couple, in the 60s, were taken to hospital after breathing in

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smoke. But this has left nearby residents are worried by having

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just one way in and out of the building. It is a death trap. That

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is the way I feel. I have always said it, not just now. That is why

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we have these doors put in. If you are in the bedroom and the fire

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starts on the landing, you have to think of a way out. Some of us

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might not be able to jump. We would reassure anybody who lives in a

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similar property, there is no additional risk associated with

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that. Think about it in advance, how they would deal with that

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situation and how they would safely exit the property. Derby Holmes

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says it takes its tenants health and safety seriously. Every

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property has a fire safety risk assessment, internal fire doors and

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a smoker alarm. Tonight, the couple are still recovering in hospital.

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Still to come on the programme: A wobbly welcome to the world. We're

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at Calke Abbey in Derbyshire as another new arrival struggles to

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find his feet. Next tonight, the woman who

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underwent IVF four times in an effort to get pregnant. She did and

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gave birth to twins. But both children have cystic fibrosis.

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They're now two years old and they're taking part in a major new

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study in Nottingham into treating the condition. Jo Healey reports.

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The Queen's Medical Centre, home from home for Alex and his sister,

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Isabel. They have been here so often in their short lives. I am

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keen to know if Alex has been coughing? They were born after

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their mother underwent six years of IVF treatment. It was devastating

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to find out they had cystic fibrosis. It affects us every day

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and we have to make sure we have the medication they need to take,

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they do the exercises and the physiotherapy to clear their lungs.

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It is incredibly difficult. The new study is about making a difficult

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life a little easier. The torpedo study looks at eradicating at

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trouble infection in cystic fibrosis. We want to find the best

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way to do that. It will discover if children can be treated at home on

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special antibiotics, or, as now have to come in here for lengthy

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intravenous sessions. This is the number of people with cystic

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fibrosis in the UK. One in 25 people is a carrier, and every year

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2,500 babies are born with cystic fibrosis. It is life threatening

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and club's internal Ong -- organs, especially the lungs and digest it

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system, with mucus. Families welcome anything that can help.

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This trial is incredibly important. It is the difference between being

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in hospital for couple of weeks of being at home. The trial will run

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for three more years hoping to make lives easier.

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Best of luck to everybody involved in the trial.

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Now for the sport. Injury worries for Nottingham

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Forest. They are battling to get Gareth McCleary fit for the trip to

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Crystal Palace on Saturday. He missed the midweek game at

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Leicester through injury. His inspirational form has helped to

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turn around forest's recent fortunes, but at training this

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morning, Steve Cottrell, was giving little away. We do not know what is

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going to happen, so we have to wait and see. You are hoping he will be

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OK? We will have to wait and see. He is a vital player for you?

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when he is here. Leicester City manager, Nigel

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Pearson remains adamant they are within a shout of making the play-

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offs. They are four points of the all-important top six. The 4th, 5th

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and 6th places are up for grabs for a number of clubs. It remains very

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tight. Although the season has been stop and start, we still have a

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chance. But we will have to finish the season strongly. As the

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Olympics gets closer, another group of competitors are about to do

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their bit in the battle for team selection and to stake a claim in

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I do admit, the first thing I thought when I woke up on New

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Year's Day was, it is 2012, an Olympic year. Laurence Shannon,

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British Rock brought up in America. When she was introduced to eventing,

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there was no stopping her. There isn't it one day I had not loved it.

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Even when I have been at the lowest low, there wasn't one day I did not

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want to be doing it. It is a good job, because the work that goes on

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at the stables is hard. Rewarding, but hard. And necessary. No event

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there is eventing as a sport without using it to make money as

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well. We do a lot of buying and selling. I do a lot of teaching and

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everyone here is an event rider, they have to have a business

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surrounding the losses or nobody would be able to fund it. 2010 was

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the events, Lauren and there was announced their rivals. It is a big

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splash to make. They have done it, and now realistically they are one

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of five challenging for one remaining Olympic place. I have

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been struggling with the laws that could possibly go to the Olympics

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for a few years. -- de horse. If I just sit here and think about it, I

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get a bit excited and gobsmacked, that a few years ago I would never

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have dreamt of being in this position. For Laurent's Olympic

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hopes, a Badminton next month is the one to watch.

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Finally, he has been at it the 32 years, but Leicester City's Alan

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Birch shows no signs of quitting his fund-raising yet. He is hoping

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to break his �1 million mark when he does his laps around the stadium.

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Every year I say, it is the last one. But there is something always

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around the corner. Leicestershire people have been fantastic. We will

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keep our fingers crossed and get through the million-pound mark. I

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don't want a weather like this. Although it seems like summer, it

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is of course only spring. And Sally has been back to Derbyshire today,

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because we cannot keep her awake from the little lambs. Earlier in

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the week she was at Calke Abbey, now she is there again meeting some

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newborns and a young vet who has just delivered her first Lambs.

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We are back at Calke Abbey, and although it feels like a gorgeous

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summer's day, it is spring. These girls here are ready for lambing

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any day now. These were born in the night. We will move them down to

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the individual pens, but there is one there she is not happy with.

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She perhaps mother that one of another one in the night and then

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had her own. I came along and found her with two Lambs. What will you

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do with it? I will stand us with it and making sure it gets a drink. It

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is really hungry. Stand where I am. She just hasn't been able to turn

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round and from pen, so he can have his drink of milk. The bonding

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opportunity has gone, do you think? I think so, he might end up with

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the waves and strays. We have a big electric bucket of warm milk that

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keeps them going. -- waifs and strays. Congratulations are in

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order? Your first lambs delivered last night? 4pm in the afternoon,

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but completely solo. That is the bit I must congratulate Tory about.

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This is Damon. A very big boy. And there was no room in there at all.

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I struggled to fit my hand in to pull him out. I clear his air waves

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of them brought in to his mum. This is Bella and she came out pretty

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much after. It was unbelievable pulling it out. What I was worried

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about his 2.5 hours, they might have been a problem. I was

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literally overwhelmed. After hearing about the lambs being born,

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we finally caught the moment on camera, which you will see for

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yourself tomorrow night. Teasing us.

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More animals because the parents in Falcon has had been pretty busy.

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The first exit of the spring has been laid six days earlier than

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last year. People around the world had been following their progress.

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Internet hits have passed the 2 million mark. -- Peregrine Balkans.

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Tomorrow is looking to be dry, settled with warm temperatures.

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Overnight, dry and a bit on the chilly side, much like it has been

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all week. You have been sending High pressure is just a bad

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clinging on, keeping us dry and settled. We have had barely a cloud

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in this guide. Across much of the UK, clear skies and that is how we

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are at the moment. It will be a lovely evening before it gets dark.

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Overnight, a little bit of cloud pushing into the worst, but for

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most Clear skies and temperatures down to four Celsius. It could be a

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couple of degrees lower than that in rural spots. They missed it will

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quickly clear and any cloud in the worst first thing tomorrow burns

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away and we are in for a lovely day on Friday. High temperatures

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tomorrow of 19 Celsius. All change Friday night. This colt funds comes

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south through the night. It all bring an increase in cloud and

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colder air from the Arctic. A- changing temperatures as we go into

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Saturday. -- a change in temperatures. Looking at some night,

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cloud around but also some sunny spells. Sunday is what you would

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normally expect at this time of year. Let's look at the outlook.

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Another warm day tomorrow, and gradually temperatures start to

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drop. And the trend of those lower drop. And the trend of those lower

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