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This is East Midlands Today with Dominic Heale and Kylie Pentelow.

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Tonight, an exclusive interview with the new manager of Nottingham

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Forest and the chairman who's appointed him.

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It is a dramatic return to the City ground for Billy Davies and a

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chance to complete that unfinished business. I am absolutely delighted

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to be back, delighted to work with the new Warners, and very much

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looking forward to try my very best to achieve what we never done in

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the last ten years. -- new owners. Defending Derby from serious

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flooding. And �8 million project gets the go ahead.

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Plus voting for big savings. The council cuts that could cost 1400

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jobs. And the darling of the tea dance.

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Strictly's Mr Nasty reveals his Good evening. First tonight, Billy

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Davies is back as manager of Nottingham Forest. And on the day

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of his remarkable, shock appointment, East Midlands Today

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has an exclusive interview with him and the club chairman. Davies was,

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of course, sacked as Forest manager 18 months ago. And he now becomes

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the fourth manager at the City Ground since Forest was taken over

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by a Kuwaiti consortium last summer. Natalie Jackson reports now from

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central London. Tonight, I am at of Homo of

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Nottingham Forest chairman, Fawaz Al Hasawi, in London. It is here

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that over the past weeks he and former manager, Billy Davies, have

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been planning his shock return to the city Ground.

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We had lunch and, within minutes, officially announcing that Billy

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Davies had been reappointed as boss. Then he and the chairman gave their

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first interviews. I am delighted to be back, to be working with the new

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owners, and very much looking forward to try my very best to

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achieve what we never done in the last time here. Does Billy have to

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get promotion this season? We hope so. We hope that will happen. It is

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not far. We have only 16 games to go. I think we are only six or

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seven points. If we continue winning, it will happen. When I

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found out about this one, my decision was very easy.

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Fortean-year-old Scotsman was harshly sacked 20 months ago by the

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previous owners. -- 48-year-old Scotsman. That was despite leading

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into semi-finals. So why go back? In my meetings with the chairman, I

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can see clearly he is a winner. And I am sure he would agree that I am

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also a winner. Together, we want to win. The Kuwaiti family have sacked

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three managers since taking over at Nottingham Forest six months ago.

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But Fawaz Al Hasawi says Billy Davies's return heralds a fresh

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start. Maybe some of the fans feel we are interfering with the

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managers. This is totally wrong. I know Billy Davies is a strong

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manager and I will not interfere. He does not like that. There is his

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reputation you are the kind of sky that can have an argument in a

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telephone box. -- the kind of person. Can you get on? I am here,

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that tells you everything. Fawaz Al Hasawi says he will be

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there at Billy Davies's first game against Bolton a week on Saturday.

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In the meantime, Billy will meet the media as the new Nottingham

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Forest manager officially on Monday. And there will be more on this in

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our sport with Colin later in the programme.

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Moving on to other news of the day. Rolls-Royce has come under fire for

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announcing hundreds of job losses, mainly at its sites in Derby and

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Bristol. The union Unite says 320 posts are being axed, yet the

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company is making record profits and the cuts are unnecessary.

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Rolls-Royce says the number of people it employs in the UK will

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not alter a great deal. But the workforce profile will change. More

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people will be in engineering and production and fewer in support

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jobs. Detectives are still questioning

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two men arrested on suspicion of killing a murder suspect. The

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search for the remains of James Brodie on farmland at East

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Heckington in Lincolnshire is now in its fourth day. Two men, aged 32

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and 41, were arrested yesterday. Brodie was wanted for the shooting

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of the jeweller Marian Bates in Nottingham in 2003.

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Still to come... In sport, all the reaction to the return of Billy

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Davies to the City ground. Plus Mary Portas pops into

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Loughborough, but can this pilot But before that, Derby is getting

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one of the largest payouts in the Government's latest flood

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protection programme. It will receive the lion's share, �80

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million, to safeguard homes and businesses along the River Derwent.

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But the Government also says the funding will generate much-needed

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new jobs in the city. From Derby, here is political editor John Hess.

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Derby is no stranger historically too serious flooding. Even back in

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1842, the level of the flood water would have come up to my chest.

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Michelle Killmartin needs no history lessons in flooding. Her

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home in Darley Abbey, just north of the city centre, rarely escapes a

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winter without it. It is really bad, the path down there, the houses get

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flooded, all the gardens. It is really mad. It must be a worry?

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is. Older people live around here. When the water floods, they cannot

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get out and their belongings get ruined. But today's Government

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announcement should help prevent future flooding. There will be the

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potential for great regeneration. Huge numbers of jobs, in the

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construction, will come through from the regeneration afterwards.

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This is massive day for Derby, a There will be new flood defences

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along a three-mile stretch of the It will go from Darley Abbey

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through the city centre to Price Park in the south. The politician

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in charge of Derby's environment policy says the �80 million price

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tag will kick start housing development. 1400 new riverside

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homes will be built. I think it will benefit immensely, meaning we

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will attract private developers to build houses where they cannot be

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at the moment, but also in terms of businesses coming in and creating

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jobs for the city and region. imagine the force of the River

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Derwent when it is flooding. The Government hope that this �80

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million programme will be enough to protect homes and businesses in

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this city. So just how much damage does

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flooding cause? We have been taking a detailed look at the figures.

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Last year, swollen rivers flooded more than 200 homes here in the

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East Midlands. But in previous episodes, thousands of properties

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were damaged by floodwaters. Social Affairs Correspondent, Jeremy Ball,

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Imagine having to deal with this. Your home engulfed by floodwater.

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Every time this happens, it turns another life upside down. Now the

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Environment Agency has given us figures that show how many people

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have been affected in recent years. The most serious damage was back in

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2007. Homes along the River Trent bore the brunt of serious flooding.

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In Nottinghamshire, it left almost 1500 flooded properties. In

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Lincolnshire, another 660 homes ended up in river water. The

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flooding damaged 430 properties in Derbyshire. And 30 homes in

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Leicestershire were damaged by those floods. That prompted a

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multi-million pound response. This is Nottingham's new flood defences

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along the Trent. We saw what difference that made when serious

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flooding hit this region again last year. This time, Leicestershire got

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the worst of it. There were 110 flooded properties. But only 20

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homes were flooded by river water downstream in Nottinghamshire. And

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the Environment Agency says that shows how the flood defence schemes

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Thank you very much. More than half of the residents

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living in two tower-blocks in Nottingham say they cannot afford

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to heat their flat. The Park Street flats in Lenton feature in a

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Government report as the third worst in the UK for fuel poverty.

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Meanwhile, the charity, Shelter, says the situation is getting worse

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across the whole of the East Midlands. Rebecca Sheeran reports.

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Towering above Nottingham, but when temperatures plummet, residents

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become some of the most vulnerable in the UK. Jim has lived here for

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seven years and says not being able to afford heating can make things

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unbearable. I can only afford to put a firearm, I cannot afford

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central-heating. It would cost too much. -- I can only afford to put

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that fire on. How does that make you feel? Terrible, I have cancer.

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Because of the rising cost of heating, and the design of these

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flats, he is not alone. You need to get your blanket and try to keep

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yourself warm. Terrible. It is really cold. Really awful,

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particularly if you are elderly, disabled or unwell and cannot leave

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your flat very much. You are literally sitting in a really

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freezing cold. Over half of the people living in these tower-blocks

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cannot afford to heat their homes. Elsewhere in the East Midlands, it

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is not much better. Over half a million people are classed as

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Many say this is causing them stress and depression. These flats

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will be demolished this year and a residents repose -- rehoused.

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average, the homes where work has been done is already saving tenants

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between �95-�250 per year on heating bills. But there are

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worries plans to reduce benefits this year will make paying for

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A Nottingham man who dug up his garden to hide a shipping container

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full of drugs has been jailed for three years. Police made the

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unusual find at the home of 43- year-old Adrian James. They

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discovered a tunnel leading to an underground container full of

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cannabis plants and growing equipment. In total, drugs worth

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�86,000 were seized. James, from Hungerhill Road, admitted

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commercially producing cannabis. Plans to build 2000 new homes on a

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former iron works site in Derbyshire have been revealed. The

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owners of Stanton Ironworks want to turn the 470-acre site into a new

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neighbourhood. It will be complete with shopping centre, retirement

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village, business park and community facilities. An area

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destroyed in a massive recycling centre fire last year would also be

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redeveloped. The Melton Show, one of the best

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known events in Leicestershire's entertainment calendar, is to end.

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Held in the town centre on the Whitsun Bank Holiday, the show ran

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for nearly 30 years. It attracted tens of thousands of people to the

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town's parks. The organisers have now decided to call it a day. They

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are going out on a high following last year's Jubilee Show.

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A Tory council leader says they cannot continue making more and

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more cuts despite bring in another swingeing budget in his own council

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for next year. Andrew Lewer, who runs Derbyshire County Council,

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acknowledges services will be trimmed. And 1400 jobs will go.

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The council's Labour group agrees cuts are unavoidable. But they

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should be targeted on the area's most able to afford them. Actually,

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one disabled woman thinks any cuts are unfair. James Roberson reports.

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It may look comfortable. But this flat in Belper is much smaller than

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the bungalow Jane Lyon used to own in Ashbourne. Jane, who has lung

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disease and chronic fatigue syndrome, had to move here when

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Derbyshire County Council cut the benefits it paid her by 80%. Now

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thousands more people are going to Over the next four years, �127

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million in savings will have to be made. �26 million will be cut this

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year alone. Almost �8 million will go from support for children

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services. And a further �9 million People do not choose to be disabled

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and to be in the. And to continue to hit us with these funding cuts,

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I think it is very cruel, never mind anything else. But the council

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leader who steered the cuts through says he agrees his own Government

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party needs to stop hitting councils were tough financial

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reductions. We have coped well with what we have done up until now. But

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we will struggle to provide services if cuts continue at this

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level. What county council elections looming, the Labour Party

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thinks things could change she have radically in May, giving the

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current ruling Conservative Party only has a majority of one. But it

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look -- but the Labour group says they would not be able to reverse

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the cuts, but would seek to read this that the Budget to help the

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most needy. We would have a fundamental review of funding.

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Under men about what the purpose of the council is which is to serve

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the people of Derbyshire. -- and remember what the purpose of the

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council is. She and will watch what happens with interest.

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Next tonight, the NHS troubleshooter in the East Midlands

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to says the NHS must always be looking to improve standards in the

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wake of the Stafford Hospital scandal. Yesterday's damning report

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revealed how hundreds of patients died because of sub-standard care

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there. Eric Morton was the man sent in to sort out the crisis in

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Stafford in 2009. Now he is working in Nottinghamshire dealing with the

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troubled finances of King's Mill Hospital. Health Correspondent Rob

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Sissons is there. -- here. What have the lessons? Lessons for all

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parts of the NHS. This has sparked a national debate. Some comments on

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radio and e-mails to us. One woman said she would give the NHS ten out

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of ten. But one woman said her experience in hospital was terrible.

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And one nurse said there was simply too much Agency and temporary staff

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in the NHS. You were speaking to Mr Morton. He is the temporary boss at

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King's Mill. What does he have to say? He says the NHS should look

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out for a sub-standard care. That is him in King's Mill Hospital,

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where he was trouble-shooting. Standards must be the same on at

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the war, every shift, and it is not good that people have perception

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that things are not good across the board. There will always be times

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when we do not treat a patient went that is expected. We need to be

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honest, sheer that and learn from mistakes, so the next patient get

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treated excellently well. We are here to look after people and do no

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harm. The patient wants that little bit of time and attention, to be

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cared for. Some insuring quality is top the

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agenda? It is. When we look at where the NHS is going, we should

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look at where it has been. I have been doing this for ten years. This

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was the Leicester Royal Infirmary in 2001, when I was looking at

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weights of 12-14 hours. There is proof of the ageing process. And

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cases of people waiting a year or two years for a hip operation. I

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travelled with this woman who was using her life savings to go to

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Germany for heart operation. But a lot of those waiting times have now

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been sorted out. -- for her operation. I did my bit in the air

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force, because that was patriotic. I loved my country, but my country

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does not love me. All I have done, just this once, is something I

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cannot fix myself. Challenging times. It sounds like the man is up

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for it. Thank you very much indeed. The Queen of shops has been in

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Loughborough today. Mary Portas has been speaking to business owners

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about how to bring empty shops back into use. The market town is one of

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27 across the country taking part in the Portas Pilot Scheme. Eleanor

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Garnier went to find out more. She's known for her straight

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talking, no nonsense approach. And it wasn't long before Mary Portas

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was having her say. You would rather have a business the near

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than it looking like that. Much rather. The Queen of Shops was in

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Loughborough. It is one of 27 towns across the country which was given

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�100,000. It is under the Portas Pilot Scheme. This is not about

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�100,000, but to make a change. This as help people come together,

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with ideas, and have a business opportunity to go out to other

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retailers, businesses, social entrepreneur and asked to come into

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this town. There are currently 47 empty shops here. This pilot is

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aiming to change that. But what kind of help to people in

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Loughborough want for their high street? Chiba war three mac car

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parking to encourage people back to the market, back to the High Street.

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-- cheaper or even free car parking. Reach out to the community. It's

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clear who the crowds were interested in. But the Government

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also wanted to have their word. They launched a new Future High

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Streets Forum to help towns adapt to the era of online shopping.

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These are tough times. But if you change, you can prosper. I have met

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a number of businesses adapting to consumer habits to are doing well.

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-- who are. The retail guru certainly brought a buzz to the

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market today. But the test is whether behind the scenes talks

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with businesses and politicians will create a long-lasting

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excitement in our high streets. Sport now and interesting times at

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the city Ground. Colin is there. What a week it has been. I do not

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know who your support, and it does not matter what you think of the

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man, but the return of Billy Davies is quite a news story. He lost his

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job just over 18 months ago. But now, he is back under the new

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owners. We have had exclusive access to Billy Davies and chairman

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Fawaz Al Hasawi today. They were giving their only broadcast

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interview to Natalie Jackson. If you missed the beginning of the

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programme, it will be on the iPlayer later. We wanted to give

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you a taste of what Billy had to say. Obviously, I am delighted. I

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have said to the fans who were listening that we had unfinished

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business. They have been very loyal. No matter who has been there and

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doing the job. I think, from my own point of view, I am delighted.

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have you made of the new owners since dealing with them? It is very

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difficult at the moment, in this short period of time together, but

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there is no doubt, if you look at the chairman and the investment he

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has already made, a Ticketus 14 players, you have to say that there

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is a huge return there. -- I think it is 14 players. We know this is a

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developing team. It has new ownership. It is a project that

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will take time. Billy can be a robust character, he

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would not deny that. The new owner, Fawaz Al Hasawi, has shown a

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ruthless streak and a willingness to we'll be axed. So other fans

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convinced this is a match made in heaven? It is the best news we

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could wish for. Over the moon. He is the man for the job. He is not

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going to stand for no rubbish. brings belief in the fans. That is

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what the club needs. It seems we lost a bit of stability. Hopefully,

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King Billy can bring good times back. What forest means more now

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than ever is some stability. -- forest. He has a good track record,

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but his three years were spent with a public fall-out with the last

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owners. She his his own man. He will say what he wants. -- he is

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his own man. He will play the game, and if he gets what he gets, who

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knows? Even back in the Premiership. That sort of split mirrors what we

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have seen on social media. We have received some tweets. For every

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person saying they were not a fan, everyone else says it is brilliant

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and they hope the headlines are positive. Twitter also spawned a

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harsh attack, unfinished business, because that is what Billy said he

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had here. -- hashtag. We asked what he meant by that. They are a club

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waiting to go into the Premier League. They deserve to be in the

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Premier League. They certainly have the fans, all the reasons why they

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should be in the Premier Division. We know that is a difficult task.

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We know there are other people and teams out there wanting the same

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thing. The reason for me being back here now again is pure than simply

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to try to get this club to the Premier League.

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Well, we shall see if that happens over time. It is certainly more

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drama here at the city Ground. This programme on the iPlayer, full

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interview on the website. And more to come from Billy Davies tomorrow.

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If you are a fan of football, you will not want to miss tomorrow's

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interviewed. In the meantime, the circus rolls on.

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Indeed it does. Thank you. Whether you are a Strictly fan or

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not, you will probably know the show's pantomime villain. Billed as

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the Mr Nasty of the judging panel, Craig Revel Horwood is always quick

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to fire barbed comments and criticism at the dancers. He has

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been in Nottingham this afternoon, where Jo Healey discovered his

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softer side. It needed shaking, lifted up

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slightly. A little dynamic.

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I am nervous about this one. He is a big bad judge. I am not good with

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difficult people and I cannot dance. So how nervous are these people?

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They are practising, because Craig Revel Horwood is about to come to

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their tea dance. Quite excited to see him. He is quite a character.

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We are Tara fight, that is why we are standing at the back. -- we are

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terrified. But they do not need to worry. He is here as patron of the

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osteoporosis Society. Many men and women get this, over the age of 50,

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and it is really important to teach children in primary school that, if

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they do not like sport, they should do some weight bearing exercise.

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Like exercising. -- like dancing, but what does he think?

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CHEERING. We have never had the score 10 before. A great fun. I

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want to keep my bones strong. was really good. You are actually a

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seriously nice person. Doing all of us for osteoporosis. Yes, when I

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have my judge's hat on, it is only when I see bad dancing that I get

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annoyed. You are dancing is fine. It is wonderful to support this

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society. And today, his support for I thought of her dancing was lovely.

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He looks very young. It is all his dancing keeps them

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youthful. We could be doing some dancing to

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keep warm, with cold temperatures this weekend and the opportunity to

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see some snow back. But not quite tonight. Some frost developing

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overnight. There is a weather front across the West having an impact on

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overnight temperatures. Under clear skies, across Leicestershire and

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Rutland, temperatures going down to about minus one. Then cloud

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increases at the first sign of bad weather front during the early

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hours of the morning, across parts of Derbyshire initially, and it

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being wintry first think and as it sinks towards the south east corner.

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Some rain, sleet and snow, giving an and grey and damp day. Under

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called one with that wind. Maximum temperature of five Celsius. A cold

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night Friday into Saturday. Thump rain, sleet and snow. It is on

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Sunday that we have an early weather warning with regards to the

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return of snow. We are hesitant as to the direction that low pressure

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is likely to travel in. It will probably produce heavy snow across

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the north, but that could sink southwards. By the time we get to

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Monday, and set me rush-hour, we could see some nifty -- and

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certainly Russia, we could see some significant snowfall. We shall keep

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