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This is East Midlands Today. Our top story tonight: The boy, barely

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14, who killed his mother with a hammer. He liked to watch violent

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films and he killed his mother after that fight over a pair of

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trainers. Any normal thinking person would not have done what he

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did, unless he had something imprinted on his brain from what he

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watched. Afterwards he said the House alight and police found the

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murder weapon in his bedroom. has planned this murder, then

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carried it out, earned his mother's body and then told a lie, concocted

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a story to the police about an intruder breaking into the House.

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Also: The small firms tapping into a huge and growing economy.

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I will report on how East Midlands firms could benefit from a billion

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pound export market. And the police explain why they

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smashed the car window to rescue this toy dog! De police had broken

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end because of concerns for this little dog. I think it was terrible.

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Welcome to the programme. First tonight, a teenager who murdered

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his mother with a hammer has been locked up for at least 16 years.

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Daniel Bartlam was only 14 years old at the time. He carried out the

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attack in front of his six year-old brother. Then he set their home on

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fire to destroy the evidence. The judge described the privately

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educated boy as extremely dangerous and said the killing was grotesque

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and senseless. Tonight his victim's partner tells us there had been

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concerns about his obsession with violent horror films.

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Daniel Bartlam looked like a typical teenager. He put this clip

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on line to show off his 14th but the present. The it has finally

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happened! I now have this. He used his computer to plan his mother's

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murder. She was a lovely person, she had no enemies. She went to

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work and lived for her boys. This was Jackie's partner who got to

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know Daniel well. He was intelligent, bright, a fund that

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Gary to be with when on form but there are things underlying that I

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thought was disturbing. He would destroy things and he wrote stories

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that were a bit of a cover-up. They were about fighting and killing and

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he would draw pictures of blood dripping from a knife. I don't

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think he was mad, I think he was bad. He was the most vulnerable

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person and he thought by making up the web of lies, he could get away

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with murder. His mother's body was found in the wreck of her bedroom

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after Dan will set it alight. This photo shows how ferocious the fire

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was. It was an horrific end to an Easter Sunday that began so

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routinely. Daniel had cut the grass, eaten some Easter eggs, argued that

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his mum about it because a computer game and then later they had a

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furious fight about where she had left his new trainers. He beat her

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to death in a fit of rage then tried to cover his tracks. He had

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stuffed and newspaper down the side of her body, poured petrol over it

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and then set fire to it. What has impressed on me more than anything,

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when we interviewed and seven hours after he killed his mother, he was

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very convincing in what we now know to be a complete lie about an

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intruder. Who was Daniel Bartlam and what drove him to commit such

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an unimaginable crime? He was privately educated at the school

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and he resented having to leave when his parents got divorced and

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he withdrew into a violent fantasy world. He had been fantasising

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about horror films since eight years old. He watched the brittle

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saw movie just hours before the movie. He was obsessed with the

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Coronation Street character who murdered a woman with O'Hara. -

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like a hammer. This hammer was found hidden in his bedroom along

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with evidence on his computer. What he called his biography, a sub-plot

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of his life and it is a shopping list of murders, rapes and on this

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page, he talks about how he was going to kill his mother. He says,

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he made it look like an intruder had broken in and then murdered his

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mother and set up the home a light. That is exactly what happened in

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real life. This is a criminologist at the University of Leicester.

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This is truly shocking because the offender is so young. Whether or

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not a violent media influence or whether individuals are predisposed

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to violent media. Often those who have a predisposition to violence

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are also engaged by violent forms of media so they will seek it out.

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Any normal person would not have done what he did at less he got

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something imprinted on his brain from what he watched. He used to

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going to high-street stores and by the songs. There must be something

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that can be done to stop you buying them. I believe somewhere along the

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line there was a mental block between what was real and what was

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not. We have lots of questions for him, the main one, why did you do

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it? Somebody who loved you and looked after you.

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There's more on this on BBC Radio Nottingham tomorrow morning and on

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the BBC Nottingham website. The Queen's Medical Centre in

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Nottingham has officially become a major trauma centre for the whole

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of the East Midlands. From today it will treat people with very serious,

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multiple injuries, like those involved in car accidents or

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suffering gun or knife wounds. It means patients from across the

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region who have at least a one in 10 chance of dying from their

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injuries will go to Nottingham instead of their local hospital.

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The Queen's Medical Centre will be dealing with more of this. It took

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firefighters 90 minutes to cut the driver from this wreckage. Five

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years and six major operations later, she knows the value of

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specialist care. I just feel lucky to be alive. I was brought here and

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they gave me the best treatment that I could have received. Now the

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plan is for Nottingham Queen's Medical Centre to handle more cases

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like that, eventually all major trauma injury cases from across the

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East Midlands. The service is being phased in from today, covering at

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Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire to begin with. There has been a huge

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amount of work done over the last year to reinforce to your patient

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to the place with the expertise, the doctors and nurses used to

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dealing with the more serious cases, then the chances of it -- surviving

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as far greater. They have cancelled a large number of services this

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year but it's insists it can't cope with the new demands. We don't want

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anyone to be cancelled because of trauma coming to Nottingham and

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that is why we have held out, got extra money from the commissioners

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to put more resources end. This area is being turned into an eight

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bed at Ward, dedicated for trauma patients and should open at the end

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of May. By 2015 when it is relief is done, they should be dealing

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with 800 major trauma patients, double the current number every

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year. Concentrating expertise which will hope to save an extra 60 lives

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a year. Still to come on the programme:

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Three goals, three points, another step towards safety for Nottingham

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Forest. The jury in the case of two union leaders accused of stealing

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thousands of pounds from a miners care home is considering its

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verdict. Neil Greatrex, the former President of the UDM and the

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general secretary, Mick Stevens, are accused of taking the money

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while they were trustees of the Nottinghamshire Miners Home in

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Lincolnshire. The pair deny 14 charges of theft and using the

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money to make improvements to their own homes.

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A man who received a kidney from his sister has now left hospital.

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Kalvender Khuman from Leicester spent years on dialysis waiting for

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transplant. His sister was a perfect match. The operation was

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carried out at Leicester's general hospital two weeks ago. Both he and

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his sister have now left hospital and are recovering well at home.

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Next tonight, exports from the East Midlands to China are on the up

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with the potential to double to a billion pounds in the next few

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years. But there's a long way to go. Consider this: Last year we sold

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more to Belgium, about �1.7 billion, than we did to the world's second

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largest economy. But there's a warning to firms thinking of

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getting on board the export bandwagon, protect your brand names.

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Let's join Mike O'Sullivan in Nottingham to tell us more. I'm at

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Nottingham Castle where an exhibition is taking place of

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Chinese silk, some of which are on loan from China National Silk

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Museum. These materials are coming here temporarily on loan of course

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but in terms of our export trade of goods and services to China, there

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are now said to be huge opportunities even for small firms.

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Shanghai, China's commercial centre will stop exports from here to

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China went up by more than 20% last year. Huge potential. UK trade

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officials say the region's exports could double to �1 billion in three

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or five years. As small Leicestershire firm is sending

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experts out here, cashing in on the beauty business. Downtown Shanghai

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shopping area. Hot on sale in his department store, exports from

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Melton Mowbray. This beauty product was originally a treatment for some

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light in the UK but Chinese women apply it as a facial mask a their

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complexions. City people are looking for a natural stuff. This

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product could send - like cent - would sell very well and the

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Chinese market. Back here, this is the production line for what has

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been an unexpected hit in China. Initial internet orders bend. Then

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their own brand name based formula was registered in China by a

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Chinese national, all legal. There was a demand for 100,000 euros to

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buy it back. This formula refused, they had to set up another trading

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name in China instead. If you don't know, you will learn the hard way,

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you will pay a price for your mistakes. I think it is fortunate

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for us but we found it early on in the growth we are experiencing in

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China. Shanghai is so important that the UK has a trade Consul out

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here. I showed him one of the products. He said a brand name and

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other intellectual property rights problems are widespread. Strange as

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it may seem, if they managed to successfully register your

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intellectual property and then you challenge that in a bid to try and

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get it back, they could, in theory, actually sue you for infringing the

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intellectual property rights that the store for you. Strange, but

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true, it happens. In Elton, the company had to spend �10 bars and

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on its new trading name in China. They have been on a Chinese

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shopping channel, thanks to their distribution agent in China and the

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names which is going well. We have been able to convince those

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customers that are new trading name is the old company so we've got a

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lot of people with us so that has been really great. The forecast is

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now that we will be doubling the Business and the next lap months in

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China so it is a huge success story. The UK government export agency in

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East Midlands admits that exports from our region to China are a drop

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in the ocean to what they potentially could be. As exports

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grow out here, the Milton at firm hopes others will learn from what

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they've been through to succeed in China.

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Exporting to a big place like China is said to be good for our own

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economy because it will create jobs here, according to the government's

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export agency in East Midlands. So, what are the top exports to China

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from the East Midlands? The top export last year was power-

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generating equipment, value of �195 million. Second was pulp and

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wastepaper. Then machinery. The Chinese economy will be growing by

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around 7.5% next year while some say our economy will grow by less

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than 1%. More than �2 million is to be

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invested in new services in Derby to help people recover from alcohol

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and drug addiction. The aim is to put more emphasis on rehabilitation

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and to empower people to rebuild their lives.

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Once upon a time, I would have taken drugs but now that I don't

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have that, the days seem a lot longer. Being able to talk about

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his addiction is a big step for this man. After a decade of drug

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abuse, he has been of heroin for six months. Determined to break the

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cycle, he now attends regular sessions at the new after care

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centre in Derby. He says it is a vital lifeline. That structure in

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my life, because even though I am clean at the moment and I am

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confident about doing well, I still need that extra bit of help to keep

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me going because at the moment, I cannot do it by myself. Alongside

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practical help, this also offers complimentary there is an it is

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this need to support people like Dave that has prompted NHS Derby

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City to invest money in 60 services that focus on the process of

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recovery. And if that has been welcomed by care workers. It is the

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whole picture, we run various other groups about creative writing,

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craft groups but 99.9% of our clients come here because they want

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to and they are looking for that final push in the recovery process.

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For this man is a new beginning, he is planning to go to university and

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hopes to become an addiction counsellor himself. It is a cliche

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but it is something I never thought I would be doing. It'll help me to

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help other people. He says focusing on his recovery has meant he now

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sees a positive future that isn't clouded by addiction.

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New measures to deal with metal theft have been introduced in

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Leicestershire and Rutland today. All five police forces in the East

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Midlands are taking part in Operation Tornado to try to

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restrict the movement of stolen metal and regulates scrap-metal

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dealers. Under the scheme, anyone selling metal to a dealer will need

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to produce photographic proof of identity.

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A long legged creature has been officially recorded at Sherwood

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Forest for the first time since World War One. The Tipula Rufina

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crane fly was spotted on the wall of the visitor centre at Sherwood

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Forest National Nature Reserve last weekend. The distinctive

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identification mark was a black stripe.

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Still to come on the programme: That shaggy-dog story that you

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definitely don't want to miss. Just when you thought it was OK to

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put the winter woollies, temperatures are dropping once

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again with a chance of snow tomorrow night.

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All the goals are coming up but we start with some great behind-the-

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scenes access at Notts County. The Magpies are still very much in with

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a shot of making the League One play-offs. They left it late to

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beat Oldham and are four points off the top six. We spent the day with

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Mike Edwards, the club's longest serving player.

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Mike Edwards is well used to this match-day routine, he is in his 8th

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season at Notts County. On Saturday he was preparing for a game that

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could it be make or break for their play-off ambitions. It is two hours

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before kick-off and it think it is a vital game today for getting

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three points to close that gap. They are four points ahead of us.

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Fans were arriving, still dreaming of a place in the top six. He has

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done a good job with the players he has brought in and as a possibility

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we could do it. Good support, good team, good manager, good club!

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Amazingly, this is now a the 14th manager Mike Edwards has played

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under. After two defeats and a draw, they are desperate to get back to

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winning ways. It has a physical game and chances were limited.

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There was a scare when Oldham hit the post but luckily the defence

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cleared the rebound away. D Hughes had a header comfortably saved and

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his appeals were a little hopeful. This thunderbolt of a strike

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secured a dramatic 89th minute winner. A great three � is the best

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way to win again, keeping a clean sheet and ticking ago right at the

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game end. We deserved the full three pounds there. With a hard

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work over, it didn't end at full- time. Back at home, he had an even

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tougher match to get through! Let's round up our championship

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teams. There was a huge step towards safety for Forest, a good

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performance but only a draw for Derby County and a bitter defeat

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for Leicester City. Forest at Crystal Palace was more

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even than the scoreline eventually it suggested that the day belonged

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to to this man. He followed it with a more traditional ever to from the

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edge of the area. He polished things off with another improbable

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choice of shot. A fine way to embellish a good performance.

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was a tough game so to get a clean sheet and three � three goals, we

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played very well. Derby had one of those afternoons which deserved

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better. They played their game through out, demonstrated by this

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smart opener. It took a piece of individual brilliance by Bristol to

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put it back. Oh only a minor criticism of the whole performance

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was that little bit of quality in the final third. Some of the

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previous play was exceptionally good. As for Leicester, only the

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most hardened optimist will suggest they might yet make the play-offs.

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You don't get the feeling that Nigel Pearson is in the hardened

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optimist can. It dampens people's enthusiasm for what should be a

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very exciting part of the season but we will be getting back to work,

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we have a big game next week and we need to win it. Other players still

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up for it? They had better be! Ice hockey - Nottingham Panthers

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produced a cracking display to reach the play-off finals. It keeps

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them on course to make it a cup double. Panthers were trailing

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Braehead Clan 3-0 going into the home leg but they hit four goals to

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take the lead. The visitors pulled one back though to take the tie

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into overtime with Nottingham grabbing a dramatic sudden-death

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winner. They will play Hull in Saturday's semi-final with the

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final taking place the next day. Both those games taking place in

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Nottingham at the National Ice Centre.

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Rugby, another bonus point win for Leicester Tigers gives a very

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interesting look to the Premiership table. Tigers are now comfortably

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lodged in the play-off top four but what they really want is to finish

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in the top two and get a home semi- final. More bonus points for big

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wins could be crucial. We ought to mention a great performance for

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Nottingham rugby on Friday to draw with Bristol. Fighting to the end.

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It was a good weekend for Derbyshire's World Superbike star

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Leon Haslam. He finished third in both races

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yesterday. Those podium finishes are all the more impressive,

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considering he is still recovering from a broken leg.

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To not miss the Late Kick Off tonight at 11:05pm.

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We all hear the warnings about not leaving your dog in the car on a

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hot day but what about a toy dog? 80 year-old Gordon Williams from

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Nottinghamshire left a toy King Charles Spaniel in his car during

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the hot weather last week. It was realistic enough to fool the public

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and the police who broke the window to rescue it. Now the police have

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agreed to compensate Gordon but they say it's wiser not to leave

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anything on show inside cars. Today Gordon Williams returns home

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in one of his pride and joy is, his Mercedes car. On the back seat,

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another of his favourite objects, a lifelike King Charles spaniel that

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cost him less than a fiver and reminds them of the spaniels he and

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his wife used to own. This one has cost him much more than a fiver

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recently. Last week in hot weather, he parked the car in this car park

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in Mansfield with the toy dog on the back seat. Concerned people

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called police officers who, unable to be sure the dog was not real,

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smashed the window. Court and found the car with the seats covered with

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glass. I cleaned the car out and as I went, I saw this little note here

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to say that the police had broken because of concerns for the little

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dog. I think it was terrible. the dogs, he has to, or looking so

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realistic, the police had little option. The windows were slightly

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tinted and looking through, they believed it was a real dog. Any

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called we get to dogs in distress in cars, we will take positive

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action and if that means breaking windows to see if the dog's life,

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we will do it. Gordon contacted and national paper but now accepts why

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the police acted. Oh, definitely, if they weren't sure, we don't want

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any more dogs lying in the heat of the car. Police are paying cordon

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�one and and 80 compensation. Gordon, who has acquired a

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collection of Dogs, says he will be keeping his dog in the House in

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future. How do you follow that? A look now

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When we were doubling the temperatures last week, we are

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having them by Wednesday. These were the skies yesterday and a real

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bonus day as we are only going to see if you breaks in the cloud on

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Sunday. Tonight we still have a few showers with us. They are going to

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continue now throughout the evening and overnight. There might be the

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occasional break in the cloud as well. For most of us, we are

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retaining that cloud and the shares continuing into the early hours of

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the morning. Minimum temperatures of around five Celsius. Tomorrow,

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the wind will freshen up and we will see the shires and the moment

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cold. It will be quite a wet day tomorrow. We have a band of rain

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but will work its way down from the north. It will feel quite cold at

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times. With all the cloud and rain, it will feel quite cold. It is that

:26:45.:26:52.

banned, as it works its way south words, that is likely to meet with

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the colder air and start to converge to hell snow for a time

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overnight. We could see a lighter dusting at lower levels but it will

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give us a cold, windy day on Wednesday. We will see further snow

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showers on and off throughout the day on Wednesday and with the

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strength of that went as well, it will feel quite cold. Quite a

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contrast to a week ago. We will see the temperature is recovering again

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gradually. There's too, the winds easing off. By Good Friday, we

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