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This is East Midlands Today with Quentin Rayner and me, Kylie

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Pentelow. Tonight, beating cancer together. A mother and daughter

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overcome breast and skin cancer. She cried. I cried. Literally

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passing the tissues from one to the other. Also, a four-year-old boy is

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recovering after being stabbed. There was blood all over his head.

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He had stab wounds to his back. It's ridiculous. The water trade -

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pumping millions of litres to drought-hit areas. Has the council

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lost the plot? These protesters fear banning a pensioner with a

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disability from his allotment could Good evening. Welcome to Tuesday's

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programme. First tonight, a mother and her teenage daughter have both

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battled cancer together and are now celebrating being given the all-

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clear. Bridget Whelan had extensive treatment to beat breast cancer

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while her 17-year-old daughter, Laura, had surgery to remove skin

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cancer. They say the fight has made them closer. Sarah Teale reports

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from Derby. It's been a tough year for Bridget and her 17-year-old

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daughter, Laura. First, 50-year-old Bridget from Derby, received

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devastating news after finding a lump in her breast. I sort of knew

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straightaway when you walked in the room what was going to be said.

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That was it. I was told that's me and they would operate straightaway.

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Therapy followed, but then came the news that Laura had skin cancer.

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She had to have surgery to remove the mole and the cells from her

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thigh. It was the biggest shock. You don't expect it to happen to

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you. She cried. I cried. Literally passing the tissues from one to the

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other. Gobsmacked. Couldn't believe it. It was hard for both of us at

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the same time. You are meant to be there for one person, not both of

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you, split down the middle. What do you do? You need to be there and

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your family as well. It's even harder for them. It was horrible.

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What is worse, you having to battle cancer or watching your daughter go

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through it? My daughter. Without a doubt. I think when it's your child

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it's a totally different story. You do worry more. Laura and her mum

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now both have reason to celebrate. When we both went for our results

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on the same day and they said all- clear and I've been for one more

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checkup and that was all good. The same with mum. She got her results

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and everything is OK. Now both of them are looking to the future.

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and Laura are going to do the Race for Life this year and looking

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forward to that, dressing up and having fun and dance through the

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line at the end. They deserve a bit of fun. All the best to Bridget and

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Laura. In a moment we'll be reporting on plans to pump millions

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of litres of water to drought-hit areas. And Anna will be along to

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tell us if more of it will be falling from the heavens. More on

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the way as we continue to dodge shower, but it is just typical

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April weather. All the details shortly. A four-year-old boy has

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been seriously injured in a stabbing. He was found in a street

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at Mansfield in Nottinghamshire, and a man's been arrested. Here's

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our social affairs correspondent, Jeremy Ball. The aftermath of a

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shocking Easter Monday Bank Holiday that turned this street into a

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crime scene and left a four-year- old victim with serious injuries.

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The police believe the boy was stabbed with some kind of weapon.

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He was lying down there. There were blood everywhere. This neighbour

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called the ambulance. It really upset me. I'm shocked. Blood all

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over his head. He had stab wounds to his back. It's ridiculous.

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lucky he's alive. Touch wood. If he had been dead all sorts could have

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gone off. Although he was found outside here, detectives believe he

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was attacked indoors and they've spent today trying to piece

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together exactly what happened and why he was so seriously injured.

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The boy's been treated at the queens Medical Centre where his

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parents are at his bedside. The police say he's talking and his

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condition's stable. Detectives have spent the day questioning a 51-

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year-old man, who was arrested at the scene. It's understood that he

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lives at the house and knows the boys' -- boy's family and the

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police say they're not treating this as a random attack. Next, an

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emergency plan to tackle the water shortage hitting part of our region.

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Severn Trent wants to sell millions of litres per day to neighbouring

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Anglian Water. The water would be pumped into the River Trent and

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sent 80 miles across the region. Mike O'Sullivan has this report.

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Dazzling in the spring sun, the waters of the River Trent seem a

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thing of beauty and may about to become even more highly prized. The

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river could now be used to help gret water supplies right across

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our region -- get water supplies right across our region, where a

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hosepipe ban has been introduced. Severn Trent wants to sell 30

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million litres of water a day, enough to fill 375,000 badges, to

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neighbouring Anglian Water. Sending the water along the River Trent.

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can absolutely reassure customers that our own customers have the

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priority. We make sure we have enough water for their needs first.

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We are at the position now where we'll be able to make a definite

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season about -- decision whether we can part with the water or not.

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It's likely we can. The water would come from boreholes in the

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Birmingham area. It would go into the river tame and that would flow

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into the River Trent. 80 miles across the region, ending up in

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Gainsborough in Lincolnshire. Anglian Water is facing a shortage.

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Grantham is one of the areas affected by Anglian Water's

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hosepipe ban. Mixed views here on whether the company should have to

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buy the water. They need to find some way around it to put a system

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in place to last, rather than getting water from someone else for

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a little while and needing to do it again. We are a privatised company

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so logically we are in a market so yes, they should be able to sell it.

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You shouldn't have to buy water really. It should be going where

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it's needed. The costs of this sort of scheme are actually quite small.

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There are pumping costs but they'll not be transferred through to

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customers. Severn Trent says the influx of water won't harm the

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river. And selling it off should keep customers' water bills down.

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If the Environment Agency agrees, the water could be sold down the

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river from June. A man's been charged with murder after a 24-

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year-old man was found injured in Derby city centre yesterday morning.

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Ashley Finlay, who lived in Spondon, died in hospital after being

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attacked in Sadler Gate. A 29-year- old will appear in court tomorrow.

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A 45-year-old man's been released on police bail while detectives

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continue their inquiries. Police have started an investigation after

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the body of a Loughborough University student was found under

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a motorway flyover. The death of 19-year-old Thomas Healy is being

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treated as unexplained. It's thought he was in a minibus on his

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way to Birmingham for a night out late on Friday. The minibus stopped

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on the hard shoulder and he got out between junctions five and six of

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the M6. Next tonight, it started as the simple tale of Arthur and his

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allotment, but now it's escalated into a full-scale protest about

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discrimination. Arthur Martin was devastated when his local council

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said they wouldn't let him rent an allotment, because, they said, his

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bad hip was a safety hazard. That decision has sparked a big backlash

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in the Nottinghamshire town of Eastwood and tonight they're

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showing their anger at a meeting of the Town Council. Jo Healey is

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there. Yes, they are not happy here and as they say, the plot thickens.

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Now, Arthur can't face returning here. He's too disheartened, but

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people here say it's something much bigger now. Take a look at the

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placard. They are saying that they fear Arthur's case could lead to

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discrimination genction pensioners and people with -- against

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pensioners and people with physical disabilities. Arthur has worked

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here for seven years. Since the town council told him his bad hip

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was too much of a health hazard, he's lost heart and doesn't feel

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comfortable here any more. The people are preparing for this

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evening's protest. They fear the council could discriminate against

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others. I believe on these allotments there is quite a lot of

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senior citizens and we don't want them treated the same as Arthur's

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been treated. This is why we've got to let the council know we are not

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going to let this happen. I think it's terrible. I think it's really

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terrible. I think they should let them have what they want and give

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them the respect that they deserve. Let them decide for themselves what

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they can't do it any more. It's not right that disabled people should

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be discriminated against and older people either. And Arthur agrees.

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He's backing the campaign that started because of what happened to

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him. There are people on these allotments in a lot worse condition.

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Where is it going to end? Will they ban the chap here who's had a heart

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attack? There's a chap up there, one leg. I thought he was going to

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go. Here's how the council explained the letter to Arthur last

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week. We are taking it away because we don't wish to see him wheel-

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chair bound. He will be house bound if he's not careful the way he's

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carrying on. We decided that it would be in Arthur's best interests

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to give up the allotment. Arthur's now taken up the offer of using a

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friend's private allotment. It's unlikely he'll be back here. Now,

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as we said, this is about more than Arthur's case. Everybody here's

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going to be heading into the meeting in one moment, but first

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Danielle, what would you like to achieve tonight? I would like to go

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in there and get our voices heard, because there's plenty of people on

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that allotment with Arthur, with disabilities and we want something

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doing about it, because we don't want it to happen to anyone else.

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Thank you very much. Iris, how strongly do you feel? Very strong.

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I think it's despicable what the council's doing. It's about time

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they gave them something, not taken away. Dave you have come from

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Matlock tonight. How strongly do you feel? I was shocked when I saw

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the report on television and I came so see if honourable behaviour in

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public office exists, because they are there for people to enjoy and I

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can't see why the council are interfering and poking their nose

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in and coming up with all sorts of reasons to deal with Arthur in this

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terrible way. There should be a place for quiet relaxation and

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enjoyment, not bureaucracy and interfering. They don't seem to

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know what they're doing. Dave, everybody here, thank you very much

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for joining us tonight. They are all heading into the meeting. I

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don't know what's going to happen, but I do know their voices will be

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heard. Back to you. Thank you. Strong feelings there in the

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village there. A protestor has been assaulted and tents and barricades

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owned by the Occupy Nottingham group have been damaged. The

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campaigners say that since they set up camp in Old Market Square,

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almost six months ago, it's often been vandalised. According to the

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protestors, they were targeted three times on Saturday night.

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the weekend it was particularly eventful, let's say. Lots of

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continual attacks on the camp. Ripping down the barricades and the

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tents. We did have a member of our camp physically attacked. We are

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very used to it. The police are very aware of it. Work has started

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today to construct a new bridge over Nottingham railway station.

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When it's finished trams will be able to cross above the mainline

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rail track. The new bridge will connect the current Line One

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terminus with the extension out to Clifton. The project will take 21

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months to complete. Five towns in Leicestershire are hoping to become

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part of a Government project backed by the retail expert, Mary Portas.

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Places like Lutterworth, Coalville and Market Harborough all want to

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share �1 million of Government investment. As part of Our Streets

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series, Victoria Hicks has been to Market Harborough to find out why

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this prosperous market town is looking for help. It's a

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distinctive market town in south Leicestershire and it wants to stay

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that way, so it's bid for a share of Government funding. Lots of

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independent shops and we ought to get the message out that this is

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the place to come to. Duncan knows a thing or two about fine wines.

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Now, he wants to share his passion for the town too. It's just going

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to create the lovely buzz about town and spreading the gossip. It's

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what I do with wine. I've got this lovely wine, we do a little tasting

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here and I want you to appreciate it. I want you to close your eyes

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and imagine where you could be and what we wanted to do is through the

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social medium is get people to see the stuff on-line and their phones

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and think this place is a bit of all right. What's different about

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Market Harborough? Well, it looks different for a start. If you

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dropped an alien into any high street they wouldn't know where

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they are. The brands are all the same, but we're different and we

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want to keep it that day. We come regularly. It's nice and it's a

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friendly atmosphere. It's got so much going for it, but not so many

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people know. This bid could change all that, with extra money and help

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from the Mary Portas. Now the town has to see if it cuts through the

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competition to put this place on the map. We like it. We do. I used

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to Christmas shop there with my brother. Very nice. They must miss

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you. You're watching East Midlands Today and sport's on its way with

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four wins for all four of our football sides. Find out a Derby

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student has managed to get two well-known actors to star in his

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first movie. We're on the last lap. The Championship football season

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will be over in three weeks' time - unless your team makes the play

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offs. The star billing goes to Leicester. Two wins out of two over

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Easter. Can this up and down season end yet in promotion to the Premier

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League? Paul Bradshaw reports. It looked like another episode of this

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see-saw season. Leicester rarely win back-to-back, but they seized

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their opportunity at the right time. Ben Marshal is the top one at the

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moment and that free kick is another on his list of great

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strikes. Leicester began the second half looking like a team sensing a

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win. They got it thanks to this finish. They are all very important

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games, but we're hanging in there, giving ourselves an awful lot to do,

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but six points over the last three days doesn't do us any harm.

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have got to believe. It's been such an odd season. Obviously got some

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big games left. I think Millwall is massive. Got to try to win that,

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but if we hit form now I think if we get into the play-offs we'll be

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the form team. You have the three other teams to lose. Cardiff and

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Brighton, but if they all lose then we got a chance if we beat Millwall.

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With four games left the Foxes find themselves three points off the

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places. If Derby had won their home game with Ipswich on Saturday

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they'd have been level on points with Leicester. So despite an

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excellent 2-0 win at Leeds yesterday, Derby appear to have too

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much to do to make a play-off berth. Leeds and Derby are old rivals, but

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Derby were already in command when Michael Brown was sent out for a

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high foot, which left Theo Robinson in some pain. The opening goal was

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a lovely strike and they were on their way to a great seventh

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successive win against Leeds. They might have had a penalty too. Derby

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were convinced they deserved one. But when the referee and the

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assistant met to talk about it, they gave a free kick to Leeds.

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Derby wrapped it up in the second half. Steve Davis found the net.

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Great win, but games are running out and their charge up the table

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is probably too late. Derby five points off the play-offs, but

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they've had their best season for five years. Now, Nottingham Forest

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fans had a nervy weekend after being beaten at home by Bristol

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City on Saturday night. But they swept aside Peterborough yesterday.

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Their relegation fears could be over by the weekend. BBC Radio

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Nottingham's Forest correspondent, Colin Fray, give us this analysis.

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Saturday's home defeat by Bristol City was not a great start to

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Easter. The Reds played well, but the defeat just underlined the fact

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that Forest have the worst home record in the championship. Their

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recent revival has been built on away results and performances, but

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there was a fair amount of pressure yesterday. It didn't show. It was a

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fluent away performance. There were chances in the first half. Forest

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dominated. The winning goal was set up here and finished by Blackstock

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to make it three wins in a row. With this red card, it was a blow.

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I thought it was a very harsh decision and so did Steve Cotterill

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who expects to win an appeal. Forest are in a better position

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than they were before Easter and seven points clear with only four

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games to go and although they can be caught, it's a result that

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secure's their place in the championship for next season. Now,

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could we have another East Midlands' team in the Championship

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next season. Notts County are flying. Three wins in a row have

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put them in the final play-off spot. The charge is on. Two wins over

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Easter, three in a row, four games left and luck is on their side.

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Even the players seem to think this was offside. With a casual flick

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before the goal and then the surprise that the referee didn't

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blow the whistle. It had them dancing out of their seats. The end

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of the game had them on the edge, especially when a clearance gave

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Yeovil their equaliser, but there were to be more turns. A suspect

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nudge and push went unpunished and Lloyd Sams scored a second. The

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hattrick came in a 90th minute. A fascinating run-in to anticipate.

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Nottinghamshire and England cricketer, Stuart Broad, has been

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ruled out of playing in the Indian Premier League. He'll be out for at

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least three weeks as he recovers from a calf injury. He's likely to

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play for Notts early next month and hopes to be fully fit ready to play

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for England in the summer. If you missed it over the weekend, there

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were great scenes at the National Ice Centre as the Nottingham

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Panthers completed a double double. This goal, seven minutes from time,

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broke the deadlock in the play-off final against Cardiff. And the Ice

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Centre went crazy. Panthers went on to win 2-0 and Government minister,

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Ken Clarke, was there not to hand out justice, but to present the

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play-off trophy, which will sit alongside the Challenge Cup in the

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Panthers' cabinet for the second year running. The British

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Superbikes season started this weekend and Derby's John Kirkham

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got his first-ever win. It was a dramatic day at Brands Hatch in

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Kent as Kirkham made a move on the final bend to take the win for his

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new Honda team, but he was denied a chance to score a second win.

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Racing had to be abandoned, because, as you can see, the weather

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conditions were poor and got worse. Nottinghamshire swimming brothers

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Sam and Ollie Hynd should both make the paralympics in London. 17-year-

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old Ollie was named in the team today and his brother Sam, who won

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gold in Beijing, is selected subject to confirmation by the

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International Paralympic Committee. Charlotte hen Shaw made the team

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also. Thank you very much. Now, film directors at the top of their

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game can demand the highest fees and attract the best actors, but

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when you're just starting off, getting big names in your movie

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isn't that easy. But, there's a new director in Derby who's managed to

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strike gold. Danny Gold is in fact a film student, but he's convinced

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two television actors to star in his first movie and it's all being

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shot in the city. Geeta Pendse went along for the filming. This looks

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like any professional film set, but this one is being directed by a 21-

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year-old, as part of his final year project. He sent off the script to

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Jeff Stewart and Matt Healey, who played Matthew King in emDale, but

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never expected them to say yes. Jeff, literally, he read the script

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and called me the next day. I didn't know who it was, because it

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was a private number. He said, "Hi, this is Jeff. I would love to be

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part of the movie." I was playing it cool. After he hung up I was oh,

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my goodness. You never get anywhere in this life without a bit of cheek.

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All you have to do is ask. I was free this week so why not?

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short film tells the story of the dilemma faced when two gangsters

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fall out over a girl and the crew have shot it in several locations

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across the city, including the silk mill and the cathedral quarter. All

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on a budget of just �3,000. The crew are made up entirely of

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students and being a small-scale budget also brings with it a number

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of challenges. Danny only has a certain amount of film to shoot on,

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which means every single take really counts. Both actors say

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they've been blown away by the young director. We would say nice

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things whatever what was happening. In this case we relish telling you

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he's a visiony. He's worth keeping an eye out for. It's like he's

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blossoming now. When they go home and the set is emptied and it is

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cleared then it will hit me. situation will be premiered in June.

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If this is just his first film, who knows where the next could take

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him? Great shot. Get it. Yes. Brilliant. Hiem here all week. Now,

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-- I'm here all week. Now, April -- I'm here all week. Now, April

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showers? More rain? Yes, spot on. That's what we're getting for much

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of this week. We started yesterday, Easter Monday, on an unsettled note.

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Significant rainfall. Over the next few days, we are looking at

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sunshine and those lovely April showers. Dry overnight. David's

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photograph was taken earlier today. Thank you for this. This sky is how

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it's pretty much going to be for much of the week. It's low pressure

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and it's dominating us. Fairly windy conditions for the day. The

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isobars will become further apart through the night and tomorrow.

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They will be easing gradually. Overnight, this evening, we have a

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few showers still around for a time. Gradually they will die out to give

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us a dry night and then generally clear skies across much of the East

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Midlands. It will allow temperatures to fall quickly. We

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are expecting lows of around about freezing in rural spots, but one or

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two in towns and cities. A chilly start to Wednesday and then quite

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quickly you will start to see those showers developing through the

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morning. Then they will become quite widespread tomorrow. You will

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need your brolly, because more in the way of showers. Quite heavy.

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You might notice hail and even hear some thunder. The highs of 11. The

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wind just that little lighter tomorrow. The showers won't move on

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as quickly as they have done today. Looking further ahead, another day

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of sunshine and showers. Guess what, by Friday, yes, it's sunshine and

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showers and generally light winds on Friday. One thing you will

:26:32.:26:38.

notice temperatures are starting to come down. Wednesday and Thursday

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ten degrees, just below the norm. Down on Friday, but by the weekend

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