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This is East Midlands Today with Sarah Teale and me, Dominic Heale.

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Our top story tonight: A former asylum seeker is jailed for ten

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years for the brutal rape of a He attacked the girl in an alleyway.

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We speak to the passer-by who came to her aid. She was naked. I told

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her to come off the road, gave her my jacket. She was clear even to me.

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Also tonight: Travellers set up camp at a school, leaving the head

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teacher facing a huge bill. This is public money part-time when cuts

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are in place, and 83rd of a teacher I have to spend. Two people are

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accused of manslaughter over this kebab shop explosion. And it's a

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task as big as the Games - and with the firm delivering Olympic village

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Good evening. Welcome to Thursday's programme. First tonight: A judge

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has praised the actions of a teenage good Samaritan who came to

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the aid of a rape victim who'd been forced into an alleyway and

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attacked. The 17-year-old girl was raped by an asylum seeker after

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she'd been on a night out in Nottingham City Centre. Her

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attacker was today jailed for ten years and told he could be deported.

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Here's our chief news reporter Quentin Rayner.

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Mr corral is an illegal immigrant from Sudan seeking asylum who had

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been granted leave to remain. In March this year he targeted a 17-

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year-old girl who was very drunk and led hope -- led her to a

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secluded area. CCTV footage clearly showed him pushing her along the

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street. She was stumbling and he was holding her up. He pulled her

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into this alleyway where he raped her. He then stole her phone. She

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was stripped naked and unable to call for help. She staggered to

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Lower Parliament Street where 18- year-old Elliot found her. She was

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stood there, but naked, saying help me, help me. She said, help me go

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home. I said come off the road. I gave her my jacket. She said help

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me, don't let me go. I said to him, come over here. He walked off, I

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followed him, and he tried to run off. Afterwards, he took her to a

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nearby Salvation Army hostel to try to get help and spoke to the

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receptionist via the intercom. said, she has just been raped. They

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said, we can't help you. All we do is help males. What did you think?

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I was shocked. Eliot himself is no stranger to violence. When he was

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seven, it will be-year-old doused him in petrol and set him alight.

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His �500 reward has set him back. didn't know I would get that. It's

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fantastic. Yesterday when Koran -- current pleaded guilty,, he wept

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and pleaded against deportation. The judge said, anyone with

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anything about them would have wanted to help that girl, but you

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brutally raped her and left her helpless.

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On the response from the Salvation Army, we had a statement. A

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Salvation Army spokesperson said "We are appalled at this horrific

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"We are appalled at this horrific crime. We have no record of the

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allegation made today in court but will be investigating this further.

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We would never knowingly turn away a person in need and are concerned

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Next tonight: Travellers have set up camp on a school field in

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Nottinghamshire, causing disruption for hundreds of pupils. The

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headteacher says he'll now have to find thousands of pounds from his

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budget to get them evicted. Our social affairs correspondent Jeremy

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Ball reports. The main entrance of Chilwell

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School is a caravan site tonight. Nine trailers moved into a field

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protected by wooden stakes. The headteacher asked them to leave,

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but for now, they are going nowhere. Pupils were kept away from the main

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entrance to prevent any friction. Now the school is getting legal

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advice from counsel, but it will still have to find up to �10,000 to

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clear the site, because Chilwell has foundation status and runs its

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own budget. I was fuming. This is public money at a time when cuts

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are in place, and that is a third of a teacher I have got to spend to

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try to move people on, and I had no choice in this. They just put

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themselves there. I have no objection to the travel lifestyle,

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but I'm going to fight this, because I refused to take that

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money out of my school budget. travellers say they don't want to

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cause any trouble, and claim they are only here because they can't

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get a permanent caravan site. is no way to go. But they find a

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nice site for us, we will go there. All I want is a sight. I'm getting

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too old for this now. I would love to settle down. The travellers say

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they will stay here until they are served with a legal notice. They're

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expecting to get moved on in a week or two, and they said that before

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they leave, they will clear the site up.

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If in other News tonight: Police have begun a murder investigation

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after a man's body was found at a house in Rutland. Officers were

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called to Gaol Street in Oakham just after 7.30 this morning. A

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post mortem examination's due to be held to establish how the man died.

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Four men have since been arrested. Police are appealing for witnesses

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who may have seen something The former leader of Leicestershire

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County Council is to be asked to pay back more money he claimed for

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trips to Europe. David Parsons quit as Tory leader in July after he was

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found to have breached the councillors' code of conduct over

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his travel expenses. He's already apologised and repaid more than

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�2,000. Now the council says he owes for a further 39 trips. Mr

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Parsons says he never received the Still to come on the programme: Can

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singing help people with dementia? At this class they're convinced

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that music can improve life for Two men charged with manslaughter

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have said they didn't think anyone would be killed as a result of a

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plan to set fire to a Leicester kebab shop and claim on the

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insurance. The building was totally destroyed when it blew up. A body

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was then found in the remains. A forensic scientist giving evidence

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to the trial said that gas could have caused the explosion. Simon

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Ward reports. The shutters were blown 50 metres

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by the explosion early on 29th August last year. 41-year-old Fayez

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Ansari was found dead in the rubble. He was said to be part of a plan to

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cause a fire and then a claim on the middle -- the insurance. In a

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statement given to police, Chagas' Khan said he worked there but had

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no financial interest in the business. He thought he would be a

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lookout and carry bags Quah fire as Ansari court started what they

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thought would be a small fire. But he heard a roar and there was fire

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everywhere. He didn't think anybody would be killed. 25-year-old Shao

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scene from Birmingham with the long dark hair has also been charged. In

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a police statement, she said she had driven fermenter the kebab shop

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and dropped them off. She also thought this planned to start a

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small fire, but she told police that and she waited nearby, a man

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she didn't know ran up and put a bag of clothes in her car. Forensic

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scientist James Howarth gave expert evidence to say up to 17 litres of

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petrol could have been used, and a lighter was found near the body.

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While he said there was no evidence to show gas pipes had been tampered

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with, gas was more likely to make the explosion happened. He

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confirmed it clothes found in a car did have petrol on them. All the

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charges are denied, and the trial continues.

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Hundreds of fish have been killed by pollution caused by a massive

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fire at a wood recycling centre. Oxygen levels in the Erewash Canal

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dropped dramatically overnight, and workers are now trying to save the

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The fire broke out on Saturday night at the plant at Stanton by

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Dale in Derbyshire, and is still burning. Our reporter Simon Hare is

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down by the canal now. Good evening, Simon. Hello there.

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This is Sandiacre lock on the canal in Derbyshire at the centre of the

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pollution aspect of his major ongoing incident. As you say, the

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large fire actually began on Saturday night at the would

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recycling plant at Stanton by Dale. There have been hopes that the fire

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service could start to scale down its operations there later tonight,

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but I am told just a short time ago that flames were seen again, and

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the fire service has had to bring in another crew. Lots of work to be

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done by the Environment Agency here. Mark, how bad has the pollution

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been to the fish? It has been quite a big incident. There are a lot of

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staff on the ground looking after this one. A lot of organic matter

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from the fire-fighting water has got into the canal. It is

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unavoidable. It is not toxic, but what it does is it reduces the

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amount of oxygen in the canal, which means the fish can't breathe.

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And hundreds have been killed? unfortunately. But we have been

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oxygenating the water to get more oxygen in there to help the fish.

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We think we have saved quite a few thousand. But you have another plan

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as well? We do. Hopefully tomorrow we're going to mobilise a team of

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people to move the fish, scooped them further up the canal and put

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them in some fresh water so they can breed there. Mark Haslam from

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the Environment Agency, thank you. We hope to have an update on the on

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going rescue here in our late bulletin tonight.

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Thanks, Simon. Next tonight: the research which could benefit women

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going through fertility treatment. The Care Clinic in Nottingham is

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investigating a new technique which could help patients get pregnant.

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First, though, fertility doctors want to recruit 200 women to take

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part in a clinical trial. Our health correspondent Rob Sissons

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Louise Brown, the first baby from IVF, in vitro fertilisation. Thats

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where the egg and sperm are mixed in a lab. The embryo is then

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implanted into the woman. The latest research follows on from

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another world first - the birth of baby Oliver, created at Care in

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Nottingham. A woman had had 30 failed attempts at IVF. She was in

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her Fortes. She underwent this test for the first time, of the first

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embryo transfer that she had with this chromosome test produced baby

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Oliver. You can't tell through a microscope whether the fertilised

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embryo has abnormalities, but at Can a developed this test. We want

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to find out whether the young woman who has to go through IVF for the

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very first time, if she were to have this chromosome assessment

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test on her embryos, eliminating those, probably up to 40% that have

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a chromosomal of an anomaly, would we improve the chances of a healthy

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life birth? The test involves taking a single cell from the

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embryo. Human cells have 46 chromosomes, 23 inherited from each

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parent. Before an egg is fertilised, it ejects half its chromosomes to

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make way for the 23 coming from the Mail. These discarded chromosomes

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are a mirror image of those remaining in the end, and it is

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these that are tested. If the chromosome balance is wrong, the

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end is discarded. It took three goes at IVF for baby

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Tyler to arrive. His mum, 23, worry throughout the pregnancy, and is

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backing the technique. I look at him in amazement every day. He

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doesn't even look anything like me, I wonder if they put the right peg

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back! Because he has ginger hair. But my partner has ginger hair as

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well. 200 women aged under 35 are being recruited for the clinical

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trial. The tyre firm Dunlop is to match

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the amount of money raised from the sale of iconic racing items at

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Donington Park. The Leicestershire site auctioned off several

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landmarks last weekend, among them the famous bridge, which was bought

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by Radio 2 DJ Chris Evans. Dunlop says it'll donate a further �1,500.

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The money will go to a small Leicestershire and Rutland based

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Good news. And now news of another milestone for one of the East

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Midlands' most successful businesses. S&A Foods in Derby

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started off with one woman cooking samosas in the family kitchen.

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These days the company employs nearly 600 people and makes ready

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meals for shops and supermarkets throughout Europe. Now a sculpture

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has been unveiled to celebrate the firm's 25th anniversary. Jonathan

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When this family moved to the UK in the Seventies, the country wasn't

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exactly bursting with culinary choice. Indian food wasn't widely

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available. I went into the business because I wasn't satisfied with the

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quality of what were selling at that time, especially Indian food.

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I knew I could do better. started making samosas in her

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kitchen. The company's first big break was with that the supermarket

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chain ASDA. We told them that we were still at home, we didn't have

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a factory. They liked the openness. And they started to sell her dishes.

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The ready meal market grew, and people started to notice her.

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1994, Midlands businesswoman of the year,. The workforce is now over

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600, and the Derby-based company has an annual turnover of more than

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�75 million. This morning to mark their quarter-century in production,

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a sculpture designed by local artist was unveiled outside the

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factory. I'm very pleased it's finally over and unveiled, because

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we have had to work in secrecy for the last nine weeks. As you can see

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behind us, it is fantastic to see it out there, and that is great to

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see people looking at it. Portland limestone hand is based on

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the chef's own hand, holding items like cheese, cinnamon and onions,

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just sum of the ingredients for her From community choirs to karaoke

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bars, singing has always been known to lift people's spirits. But for

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one group in Nottingham, it could also have physical benefits too. A

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new singing class has been set up for people who suffer with dementia.

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Organisers say music has been shown to improve memory, concentration

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and general health. Tom Brown # Guide like to teach the World to

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sing in perfect harmony... #. nice to be able to do this together.

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It is the social aspect of the sessions that I enjoy, and they

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think Carroll enjoys it as well. When the music is on, there is any

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me corresponds, and when the Archers is on, you often get up and

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start dancing to it, don't you? I do. They all have different

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backgrounds, different forms of dementia and different musical

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favourites, but today, everyone was here for the same reason. Sydney

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has been proven to be good for us. It gives you an indoor fin boost.

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It is good feel circulation. So even though you might have got to a

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point where you perhaps don't remember how to speak or you don't

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remember your name, or you don't communicate as you used to, you

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still have that ability some were to still sing the song. The session

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also gave the carers, often a partner or child, the chance to

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meet people in similar situations. When you are looking after someone

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24 hours a day, seven days a week, and they can't speak, it is quite a

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lonely experience, you know. It is a lonely life. Just watching people

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who have participated in the sessions, you can see people really

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coming out of their shells. It has been brilliant to see that.

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Alzheimer's Society one now take a series of taster sessions across

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Still to come on the programme: Mementoes of the 2012 London Games.

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And it's amazing what been snapped up -- - everything from coat-

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hangers to this umpire's chair. New And when Carol once new balls,

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that's what she gets. Colin, you were at the Olympic Games. Did you

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take anything? I may have purloined a BBC umbrella which are thought

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was surplus to requirements, but it turned out it wasn't! I had to send

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it back. First tonight, the striker who

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hasn't been able to score. Leicester's David Nugent is

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celebrating today after his 100th goal in professional football. But

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he's had to come through the worst spell of his career to get to the

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He is one of the sharpest shooters. A man who has scored a goal every

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Capped by England. But after his 99th goal of stable, the scoring

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dried up for 11 games until last It feels great. I have tried to

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keep quiet for the past couple of games. The gaffer mentioned it in

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the team talk at the start, so there was a bit of pressure to get

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the hundredth goal. He his 100 was far from his best, a bobble off the

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shin. But it came at the right time. He set up the 2-1 win over Burnley.

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The visitors had taken a tense minute lead last night. Vardy's

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clean strike and the goal from Nugent made sure the 100 party

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wasn't spoiled. A lot of pressure is off now. I just want to get

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Leicester back up the table. 100 up, but his favourite was one

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for Leicester. The one that sticks in my mind was Southampton away

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last year. I wanted to just stick one in. That smile says it all

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tonight! It does indeed! I will have a beaming smile on my face now.

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He and happy man. In cricket, the domestic season may be over, but

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the World Twenty20 is here. England are in Sri Lanka hoping to defend

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their crown, starting tomorrow against Afghanistan. The team is

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looking good, winning warm-up games against Australia and Pakistan. And

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the East Midlands influence is huge. From Sri Lanka, Joe Wilson reports.

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Sultry humid Colombo in September seems a fair distance away from

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Nottingham, but the England team here, let's face it, was built in

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Trent Bridge, whether it was Alex Hales who will start things off on

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the bat or Graeme Swann to tie things down with the spin, and

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Stuart Broad who has the responsibility of doing just about

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it a thing. He will become the first England captain ever to lead

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the team against Afghanistan, and it goes without saying he doesn't

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want to be the first England captain to lose. We know they are

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going to be a dangerous side. That is important we don't focus too

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much on that, and we really look at ourselves and get our disciplines

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right. We have got some really good players in our unit. This is the

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biggest test of Stuart Broad's career. Being Twenty20 captain

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means you really have no time to stop and think about your decisions,

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and you have to bowl as well. But at least he will have the

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familiarity of a number of his Notts team mates. Also preparing

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for a big match are Rugby's Leicester Tigers.

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They've made an excellent start to the season, but face reigning

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Champions Harlequins at Welford Road on Saturday. Tigers may look

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strong, but Director of Rugby Richard Cockerill insists that

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Quins pose a massive challenge. They are yet again that pace-

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setters, so we need to make sure that we get it right. We need to

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try to put that right. But they are a good side, they are playing very

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well and have started the season very well. A couple of other things

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briefly. Nottingham Panthers say their match with Sheffield Steelers

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this weekend is heading for a sell- out. It's the first encounter of

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the season between the two old rivals. And we need to send good

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luck wishes to cyclist Lucy Garner. Today she turned 18. Tomorrow she

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defends her World Junior Road Race title in Holland. It's not her

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ideal course, but hopes are still high. And today marks the

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anniversary of the death of Brian Clough.

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The Olympic Games have of course finished, but it seems people still

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can't get enough of London 2012. So much so that momentoes from the

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Athletes' Village and other venues are being bought by excited

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souvenir-hunters. Now a Nottingham firm has the Olympic-size task of

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delivering the goods to their buyers. We sent Carol Hinds to find

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Welcome to a warehouse full of items from the Olympic Games. They

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have been bought through an online sale by people wanting a memento of

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London 2012. The task of sending the furniture, fittings and

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equipment to their Byers has been won by Nottingham company.

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Currently in the system there is just in excess of 7,000 orders, and

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some of those are for single items, some for multiple items. It is a

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bit like a giant jigsaw puzzle. You can't complete the jigsaw puzzle

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until all the pieces are on the table for you. Where a customer

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wants one item, that is easy. As soon as the item comes in, we can

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dispatch it. But if that customer wants, for instance, a bean bag of

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one of these chairs, we have to wait for the other piece of the

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jigsaw to come together before we can dispatch both items. And it's

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amazing what has been snapped up - everything from coat-hangers to

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this umpire's chair. New balls, please! The Games are over, but

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there are still plenty of action in the Olympic village. The apartments

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that were used by the likes of Chris Hoy and Rebecca Adlington

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will be rented, while everything else that made these flats an

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athlete's home away from home is being sold off. Among the most

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popular items are these green bean bags. I wonder if Mo Farah sat

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here? This could be a share -- a chair that Usain Bolt satin,

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Jessica Ennis, Tom Daley, we don't know. I am told that the sale is

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still on, so you've got time to buy an item from the athletes village

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It is worth a punt! There could be a gold medal stuffed down the back

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of the sofa. It is unlikely, I would say.

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Whether time now. Is the autumn We are keeping an eye on this,

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because it is yacht not yet confirmed that we will be seeing

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some wetter weather. We have seen some lovely clear skies over the

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last few days, but it might seem like a distant memory at the moment.

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Please keep your weather pictures coming in. As far as tonight is

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concerned, we have a band of rain sitting to the north of the country.

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It has been producing some showery bursts of rain throughout the day.

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For the showers are starting to diminish, but we then see them

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replaced by rain coming down from the north. A minimum temperature

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tonight at 11 Celsius. Tomorrow morning, that front is slowly going

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to work its way southwards. It is weakening as it comes up against

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high pressure, probably producing the odd heavy burst. Coming in

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behind it, a clearer skies. Daytime temperature tomorrow under a

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westerly breeze probably around 14 Celsius, but cold temperatures

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Friday-night into the early hours of Saturday, and that is due to the

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high pressure. We could quite easily go down to about three

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Celsius in rural areas. This also puts us in good stead for a nice

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day on Saturday. It will feel a little fresh at times, and daytime

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temperature of around 14 Celsius. But by the time we get to Sunday,

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