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This is East Midlands Today. The headlines: The dodgy hip that's got

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a man banned from his allotment. The Council says are their's he is

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a health and safety issue. -- Arthur's hip. After the Sun, the

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snow. Not reassure's latest lottery winners revealed their number one

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wish. -- Nottinghamshire. We get time together. Been together is the

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most important thing. And why Sue is such a great advert for a local

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swimming bath. Everyone should learn to swim. It is really good

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Good evening. A pensioner from Nottinghamshire says he's

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devastated after his local council has refused to rent him an

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allotment, claiming his bad hip is a safety hazard. Arthur Martin has

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been given just weeks to leave the site he's tended to for years. The

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council say they don't want to see Mr Martin wheelchair bound, and

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it's in his best interests. Helen Astle reports.

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Arthur Martin has had his allotment in the squad for the last seven

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years. He says it gave him a new lease of life after retirement.

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only is it something to do manually, it exercises the mind a little bit.

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You also have the company. months ago Parker had a hip

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transplant. Since then, a friend has been helping him do the heavy

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work. Last month, the town Council wrote to Arthur say they would not

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be able to rent the a lot and to him because of health and safety

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reasons. Have they got experience on the Council in health and

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safety? Did they do a risk assessment? As far as I know, none

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of this occurred. Just a letter out of the blue saying, clear your

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allotment. We do not wish to see him wheelchair-bound. He is going

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to be housebound if he is not careful. We do not want to see that.

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Arthur is probably a couple of years older than me. I don't want

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to see anybody of my age stuck in a wheelchair for the rest of their

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lives. He has asked to get at consultants letter to say he is fit

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to carry on working. He has refused. We decided that it would be in his

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best interest to give up the allotment. I could take it up on

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the grounds of discrimination against somebody who is disabled.

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Which I would be perfectly within my right to do. After has now given

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up tending to his allotment. He says it would be a sad day when he

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leaves the site. -- it will be a sad day. Hundreds of homes in the

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region are still without power this evening, after heavy snow blanketed

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much of Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire. The snow not only

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caused power cuts to 9,000 houses, but also caused trouble on the

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roads, which had a knock-on effect as teams struggled to reach

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electricity lines to repair them. Extra repair teams are being

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brought in, but it could still be later this evening before all home

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have power restored. James Roberson reports.

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What a difference a day makes. Yesterday the East Midlands had

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been enjoying normal spring temperatures. Today, hundreds of

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thousands walk up to find we do have returned with a vengeance. A

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huge area was affected stretching from Mansfield in the North as far

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south as Coalville in Leicestershire. This team of

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engineers was one of dozens working flat out to restore electricity

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suppliers. An estimated 9000 properties across North Derbyshire

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and Nottinghamshire were without power by mid-morning. The wet snow

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froze on power lines, the ice brought many down. In this area, a

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residents lost surprise for hours. Everything was just off. I do not

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know when it is going to get back on. We are still using the last of

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our hot water. We have still not got a cup of tea today! Not only

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the snow, but the win as well to people by surprise. I thought I was

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going to be cut in my long today. I was taken by surprise. It brought

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down our tree. Thankfully it blew that way. Train services were

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disrupted, and buses and trucks struggled in treacherous conditions.

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By 5pm on the about 2000 properties were still without electricity. --

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only. Extra repair teams have been drafted in. It could be this

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evening before all areas have their supply Trust Award.

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-- supplies restored. Anna Church is in Derbyshire this evening. Is

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it still snowing? No, it has stopped here. It is bitterly cold.

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World temperatures recover for the Easter weekend? I will have the

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answers later. Police investigating a plot to shut

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Ratcliffe power station have been criticised for failing to hand over

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papers about the undercover detective, Mark Kennedy. A high

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profile climate trial in Nottingham collapsed when his role was

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revealed. But today's report from the police watchdog cleared the

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Nottinghamshire force of misconduct, putting some of the blame on the

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Crown Prosecution Service. Jeremy Ball reports.

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The raid that shook Britain's undercover policing system to the

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core. This is the moment Mark Kennedy was arrested at their

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school in Nottingham. He was posing as an environmental activist but he

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was really an undercover detective. He was the one who told police. The

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legal case against these protesters collapsed in a blaze of publicity

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because Kennedy's role had not been disclosed to their lawyers. Today

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the latest inquiry into what went wrong has been published. VIP PC --

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the IPCC look into why Kennedy's statement and recordings were kept

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secret. His transcript was not disclosed because of mistakes by

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police. The CPS lawyer should have spotted that. He had been told

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about Kennedy's evidence. I welcome the report that put to bed any

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insinuation that the police hit or withheld any information. That is

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absolutely not the case. The public should have full confidence in

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their police to do what is required within the bands of the law.

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bones. Mark Kennedy's investigation succeeded in spoiling the plot to

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attack Ratcliffe power station. A scheme which lets the public raise

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concerns about suspected paedophiles has been used to alert

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12 families in Leicestershire in its first year. The Child Sex

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Offender Disclosure Scheme is based on the campaign for Sarah's Law. It

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allows people to ask police if someone in close contact with

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children has a history of abuse. We've been sent these pictures this

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afternoon of a wall that collapsed in Nottingham and damaged three

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cars. It happened on High Church Street in New Basford. Police and

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structural engineers were called to the scene. No-one was injured.

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There are controversial plans to remove council staff from three car

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parks in Nottingham. If the city council's plans go ahead, the

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Broadmarsh, Fletcher Gate and Curzon Street car parks will no

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longer be staffed during the day. The council says they will improve

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CCTV in the car parks, but some people are worried it will affect

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Next tonight, it seems that lady luck has found a new home in

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Nottinghamshire. For the third time this year, a winning lottery ticket

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has been bought in the county. Jim Emerton and his wife Maureen from

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Carlton are the latest millionaires. So do they want fast cars, big

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homes, expensive holidays? No, they just want to spend more time

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together. Angelina Socci reports. Jim and Maureen Emerton thought it

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was an elaborate April Fool's Day joke after checking their lottery

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ticket on Sunday morning. After phoning up to double-check, they

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realised it was no joke. There were �4.5 million richer. It is hard to

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believe it. When you win it, you always plan for it. Imagine winning

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the lottery. When you win it, you do not believe you Rock won it. --

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you do not believe you have won it. He didn't believe me. Jim started

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working at Toyota in Derby five weeks ago. Now he is planning to

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retire to spend more time with his wife. The number one thing is we

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get time together. Take away the house and the cars and everything,

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being together is the most important thing. We hope to move to

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Derbyshire. My daughter lives there. We hope to get closer to the grand

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children and spend more time together and make easy instead of

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commuting backwards and forwards. It is not the first time we have

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been here. It is not even the second. Jim and Maureen Emerton at

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the third couple from Nottinghamshire to win the jackpot

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in recent months. It is unbelievable. Let's hope it

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continues. Something in at the water, probably! The couple plan to

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bring their family on holidays and celebrate with a cruise.

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Next, how the East Midlands is benefitting from the phenomenal

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growth of China. It's a rate of growth that's raised concerns about

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industrial pollution. Well, one company from the region is helping

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China to set up wind farms. With the third of his reports on the

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region's growing exports to China, Mike O'Sullivan looks at how the

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company's exploiting its giant new market.

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This city in China is where the Nottingham company has set up its

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main Chinese Office. The senior engineer showed me the bird's eye

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view of the business district. Around 10 people worked at the

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Romax Technology offers. They help with the delivery of designs for a

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super efficient gearboxes for wind farms. China needed more wind farms.

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Also, China meets high quality wind farms. The company took me on a

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trip to see some of their work in action. This Briege is more than 30

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kilometres long. You can see at huge offshore wind farm. The Disree

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impressive. Big ears returning with suppliers from Romax Technology. --

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big years. In Nottingham, this is the headquarters of Romax

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Technology. About 100 people worker. The renewable energy market in

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China is expected to increase by 20% per year. Exporting is helping

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to create jobs at home. In the area we're working in, a lot of the

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market is overseas. Therefore, if we expand overseas, of course we

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are expanding our bases in the UK. This will create jobs, highly paid

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jobs. In Shanghai, the China Britain Business Council told me

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that companies that want to export to China cannot delay. Competition

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every day is increasing from global competitors. At the same time,

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domestic companies are getting stronger by the day. I would

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encourage all companies to seriously look at China. The

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opportunity is really quite big. One of the company's big customers

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in China is this factory. It manufactures the gearboxes designed

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by Romax Technology. This workshop makes a lot of deer. A mighty wind

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farm machine waiting to be tested. Romax Technology has spent four

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years building up its market in China, and is coming up with new

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designs to stay ahead of competitors.

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Mike O'Sullivan on our exports to China. But where else do well sell

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to? The EU is our biggest export market for goods, contributing �8.5

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billion - nearly half of all our foreign sales. But when you look at

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individual countries, our biggest market is the USA. Last year, this

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region sold �2.4 billion worth of goods to America. Germany's next on

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the list, followed, perhaps surprisingly, by Belgium. You have

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to go all the way down to Number 12 before you reach China. In fact, if

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you add together our sales to the new emerging markets like China,

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India and Brazil, it amounts to less than our total export sales to

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If you look at the UK as a whole, 50% of our exports are still with

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the EU. We need to start looking at those high growth economies such as

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China, Indonesia, Turkey. We need to secure private sector growth and

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to do that fairly quickly. Tapping into those high great economies

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will help to do that. Last year, our biggest regional money spinner

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by a huge margin was machinery and transport, bringing in more than

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�11 billion. Our other manufactured goods raised �3.8 billion.

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Everything else - food and drink, chemicals, fuels - came to �2.7

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billion. And despite the economic picture at home, those exports are

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growing. Exports generally from the East Midlands account for something

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over a quarter of the country's GDP. Around about �18 billion of sales.

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It is around about one in four jobs that depend on the fact we sell

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goods and services overseas. That is a significant contribution. If

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he did not export from the East Midlands, you might as well turn at

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the lights and go away. Exporting is critical to the economy. And

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growing it is extremely important, especially at the moment. The good

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news is our regional exports hit a five-year high last year, and the

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region's trade gap was cut by two thirds to around �326 million. UK

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Trade and Investment says it's all that's kept us out of recession. So

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it really does seem that for now, the only way is exports.

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Businesses along the Grand Union Canal in Leicestershire say they're

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concerned about plans to close an 11-mile stretch. A shortage of

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water has led British Waterways to impose restrictions from today on

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the opening hours between King's Lock and Kibworth. From 13 April

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this stretch will be closed indefinitely. Some businesses are

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worried about the knock-on effect the closure could have.

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Researchers have found a way to turn eggshells into plastic and

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medication. Scientists at the University of Leicester say they're

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able to crush the eggshells and mix them with other plastics to make a

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new recycled plastic. The protein in the shells could also be used

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for things like face creams. It's hoped the new process will reduce

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New proposals are on their way to the Education Secretary to plug a

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controversial funding gap between our city and county schools. It's

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aimed at changing the complex formula that pushes shire counties

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in the East Midlands towards the bottom of the schools' league table

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for funding. Here's our Political How come each pupil on that side of

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the River Trent in Nottinghamshire get �1,000 per year less for their

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education than on this side in the City of Nottingham? It is the same

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funding formula that worries the politician who runs local authority

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schools in Leicestershire. It affects his Kandy, too. He has been

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asked by the Education Secretary to calculate the costs of a new

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formula. We have never asked for a any authority to lose out. We have

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asked for the Government to lower the range between the lowest and

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the average. Somebody has to be at the bottom. I am comfortable if

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Leicestershire is the lowest. Providing the current range has

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been narrowed. He has been pressing the Government to change the

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formula he says but county schools at a financial disadvantage. There

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is influential political backing. Teachers' salaries at the same,

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books cost the same, knees are the same. We have deprived areas in

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Leicestershire. But we in our schools have their needs -- have

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our needs. It is time that was recognised. The funding gap between

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Leicestershire and the City of Leicester is nine under pounds per

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pupil. There is a clear need for extra money from Leicester City. If

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there is any more money to be handed out, it should go to those

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authorities with the most need. That means Leicester City, not

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Leicestershire County. This is a new battle between City and Council

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for more support for schools. The Council feels it is winning its

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case. It is now bouncing back to the Education Secretary for a final

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go-ahead. Now the sport. It may have seemed

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like winter out there today, but the county cricket season is due to

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begin tomorrow. So what can we expect from our sides? Well, we'll

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start our round-up in Division One. Nottinghamshire are the side with

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the test venue, the money and the ability to attract the best players.

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As Colin found out, they also have the most unusual marketing ideas.

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Yes, this is cricket, in a car park with some of the leading lights

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from Notts. The director of cricket is happy in the gloom. This season

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he signed some of England's best talent. He likes playing long

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innings, he likes batting for long periods of time. He also has the

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adaptability to playing a limited overs. He is hugely ambitious.

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for Taylor himself, England expects in the future but he is not feeling

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the pressure. You hear people speaking but I have tried not to

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let that take my mind off things. On my main focus is scoring runs

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for Nottinghamshire and not getting too distracted. Thorn in the dark

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this night. Do not believe the summer sun will be just as good.

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am always optimistic in March. If you're not, you might as well give

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up. Notts begin their campaign against Worcestershire at Trent

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Bridge tomorrow. As for Leicestershire, they're at home to

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Glamorgan in Division Two. It's fair to say they're a team who are

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great at Twenty20 but tend to struggle in the championship.

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Jeremy Nicholas has been to see them.

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Can you believe the cricket season is here already? Well I can because

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it is in my diary and I have been looking forward to it for weeks.

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will be a bit chilly for later in the week. He we usually get a good

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turnout. Playing Glamorgan on Thursday. I'm sure it will be cold.

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The club museum is full of memories of great Leicestershire teams. But

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bottom of Division Two last season, they have strengthened their squad.

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We have signed three players. And we have one overseas for all forms

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of cricket. In the days of Leicestershire legends, the county

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always wore white. Nowadays they are better when they wear their

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pyjamas. They are the reigning Twenty20 champions. We do, live. It

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is a competition we have done very well in. We enjoy it. Quite an

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achievement for a small county. Staying in Division Two, and

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Derbyshire will be at home to Northants tomorrow. They've just

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had a pre-season in the West Indies, where they managed wins against

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Hampshire and a Barbados XI. So how are they expecting to do this

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season? We sent Paul Bradshaw to find out.

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The club is probably not many bookies favourites to challenge for

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honours. But a solid pre-season and some choice acquisitions have got

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the county ground buzzing. We have got Dave Wainwright as our

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frontline spinner. What he has shown us in the pre-season, it is

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going to be massive to have him to rely on. It is all about the three-

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year plan. Allowing the young Scot to develop into county cricketers

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without the pressure to win silverware. We have said to them as

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management, Play fearless cricket. I think you'll see the best of them

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without the weight of expectation. We have got a good seam attack,

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decent spin bowling attack, and good youngsters. They bat really

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well. We were just go out there and play good cricket. Not too much

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expectation. A lot of chance to surprise people. Derbyshire play

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Northants on Thursday. Cricket back tomorrow. Hopefully we will have a

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decent weather forecast later. Now has this awful weather put you off

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going outside? Well, not Sue Dixon from Derbyshire. Every day she gets

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up and drives herself 20 minutes to the swimming pool. Not unusual, I

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hear you say. But Sue is 100 years old. And unsurprisingly, she's

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become a bit of an inspiration to Come Rana or shine, or even snow,

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Sue Dixon never misses her weekly swimming session. For 30 years, she

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has been taking the plunge at a pool. It is good exercise.

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Everybody should learn to swim. It is really good exercise. You feel

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much better when you have had a swim. Soon he's used to making

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waves. At 100, she is one of the oldest people in the UK to hold a

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full driving licence. Her fitness regime is an example to others.

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is wonderful to have somebody like Sue coming here, just to give

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inspiration to younger people. more mature swimmer's are inspired.

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Brilliant, isn't dead? I hope I am still here at 100, let alone swim!

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Fantastic. She is a wonderful lady. A lovely lady as well. If Sue can

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make it at 100, I can jolly well make it as well. She is amazing.

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It really is bitterly cold cure. Looking at the hills behind me, it

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looks quite pretty covered in snow fall. As the saw earlier, we have

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had some significant still in parts of the East Midlands. In Derbyshire,

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on confirm reports of more than 20 centimetres of snow fall across the

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higher ground. Mostly higher than 300 metres. In contrast, we had a

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mix of mostly rain and sleet at lower levels. We have had a really

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dry March. This rain is much needed. We had 37.4 million litres recorded

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in the last 20 years errors. That will be welcomed by gardeners.

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Bitterly cold at the moment. Things will improve the next couple of

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days. Tonight it is then very cold. We am expecting to see a frost in

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Why are we getting the unsettled weather? It is due to this low-

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pressure sitting across the southern half of the UK. You will

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be pleased to hear that this weather front will continue to make

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its way south through the evening and overnight. It will give us a

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try and to the night. Clear skies Mossley across the Derbyshire Peak

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District. For all of us, a cold night. Possibly a couple of degrees

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colder than freezing in rural spot. Frost lightly, and maybe some ice.

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Tomorrow it will start cloudy. Afterwards, peace and sunshine in

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the afternoon. Temperatures starting to recover but still quite

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cold. Friday, starting dry and bright. Clouding over later. That

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