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This is East Midlands Today with Anne Davies and Dominic Heale.

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Tonight - another alarm is sounded over patient care. Inspection squads

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are to go into Nottingham's two main hospitals. It is because the city

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Hospital and the Queens medical Centre have been rated as among the

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most high risk in the country. Also as temperatures rise,

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youngsters ignore the warnings and take the plunge. I came down with my

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mates and I thought I would do it. You only live once! White metropolis

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after a war of words over the resting place, Cathedral bosses

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agreed to a raised team for Richard III.

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And a dryer Mr Darcy comes to Chatsworth House. He will not be

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emerging from a lake in a dripping Welcome to Thursday's programme.

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First tonight, an East Midlands hospital trust will be among the

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first in the country to be subjected to a tough new inspection regime.

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It's because of concern about the risks faced by patients. Nottingham

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University Hospitals were found to have higher than expected infection

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and readmission rates. It's one of 18 hospital trusts in the country

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which will be inspected as a matter of priority by the Care Quality

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Commission. Hospital bosses have reassured patients and say they

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expect to pass the inspections with "flying colours".

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Between them the Nottingham City Hospital and the Queens Medical

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Centre deal with around a million patients every year. It makes the

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Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust one of the biggest in the

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country. But it's now also been rated as one of the most high-risk.

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Failing on safety which looks at infection rates and readmission

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numbers. Because of that, the trust has been picked as one of 18 across

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the country to be subjected to tough new inspections announced today by

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the Care Quality Commission. Frankly I was surprised because of our

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record with patient safety. I understand that may cause anxiety

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but I can assure patients but Nottingham University capital

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Hospitals come under the finalist in the country. The good teams will

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spend longer inspecting key areas like maternity of paediatrics and

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AMD. -- A&E. They'll consist of announced and unannounced visits

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including in the evenings and weekends when it's known people are

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more likely to experience poor care. The family of dementia sufferer

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Peter Ryley - who died at the Queens Medical Centre after nursing staff

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over-sedated him causing him to fall - say they're disappointed the

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hospital is one of six deemed as high-risk. The family were pleased

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to hear the hospital had taken the case seriously. I have been sad and

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disappointed to find out that the hospital has been given a high risk

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rating by the Care Quality Commission but they have welcomed

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the plans for rigorous inspection. We don't always get things right and

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we accept that and when we don't get things right, we undertake to get

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these problems solved and openly and transparently account to those we

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serve. The inspections will be carried out over the next five

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months and a new rating system will be introduced after that.

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Earlier I spoke to Carolyn Jenkinson from the Care Quality Commission in

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Nottingham. She explained the reasons for the inspections in

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Nottingham. We want to look at whether the hospital is safe,

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whether it is affected, and whether it is led well said things that have

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come up are issues with infection control and more importantly in some

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ways, the views of patients. White actor how effectively with your

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teams be working? Scandal after scandal concerning hospital has

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happened. Some of those were given a clean bill of health. We have

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radically changed our inspection programme for hospitals and we will

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do that with this inspection. We will be on-site for a long time and

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look at of different parts of the organisation. We are going to take a

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big team in with us and that will be made up of doctors, nurses and

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experts who are experienced members of the public and former patients.

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understand you will be doing spot checks. If you do find problems,

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what can be done? It all boils down to money.

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And now a look at the weather. If we find issues of serious concern and

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we think that there are Proms we will escalate that -- there are

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problems we will escalate that. Thank you very much.

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Lincolnshire Police has been identified as one of five forces

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that will find it especially difficult to cope with further

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budget cuts. The warning by Her Majesty's Inspectorate of

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Constabulary has been backed by the county's Police and Crime

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Commissioner. Alan Hardwick called on the Government to "leave us

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Despite significant tensions in their working relationship,

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Lincolnshire's Police and Crime Commissioner and his Chief Constable

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stood shoulder-to-shoulder to praise a 14% drop in recorded crime in the

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county over the past year, but also to condemn the level of funding

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which sees less spent per head of population than any other force.

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funding formula which was used to find out what force gets what was

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weighted heavily against Lincolnshire in particular, it was

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like the Government took an axe to the budget for Lincolnshire. For

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every force in the UK spent the same amount per head as we do in

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Lincolnshire, if that was the case, the Government would save �1

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billion. It is appropriate the Government recognises that

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Lincolnshire police are cut very close to the bone and delivering a

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very efficient service. It is time to look elsewhere, quite frankly. So

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no more cuts in Lincolnshire? That is the clear message.

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Earlier this year, Alan Hardwick suspended Neil Rhodes for "potential

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conduct matters". But Mr Rhodes successfully overturned that

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decision in the High Court. So given that the Chief Constable is still

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being investigated by the Commissioner, what is the state of

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their working relationship? We get on extremely well and we meet

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regularly, there is no animosity. you think you will continue to work

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with him in the future? Absolutely, no shred of doubt at all.

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In its report, Her Majesty's Inspectorate of Constabulary says

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Lincolnshire Police may soon struggle to protect front-line

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policing further. The force says its books are balanced and jobs are

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secure for the next two years. But beyond that, with further cuts

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expected, Alan Hardwick says: "Who knows?"

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Later in the programme: is it OK to come last in the egg-and-spoon race?

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We'll be finding out if winners and losers are still allowed at school

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sports days. Plus, where's Kaye? a Miami or even the Costa Del Sol?

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Or how about Skegness? Find out the Next tonight, the risks that

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youngsters are taking to cool off during the current warm weather.

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Today our cameras found a group jumping off a 30-foot-high bridge

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into a Derbyshire river. And as schools start to break up for the

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summer, Severn Trent has issued a warning urging people not to be

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tempted to take a cooling dip in one could kill or cause life changing

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injuries. We found this group of youngsters jumping off the 30 foot

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high bridge near Ashbourne this morning. It is part of the thrill. I

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wouldn't do if it was dangerous - dangerous. What if you can't see

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what is in the water? You only live once! I came down with my mates and

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thought I would do it. Meanwhile, Severn Trent Water has issued a

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warning urging everybody to stay out of reservoirs. It may look nice and

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placid, look enticing but it is really cold and the temperature out

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today, about 28 Celsius, that will not be any more than eight Celsius

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in the water. People jump in there, they will find it quickly cold. A

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shock to the system. 16 deaths nationally in reservoirs this year.

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It is the people going to those sites that we want to get the

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message too. Please don't come and think it is safe to jump into these

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reservoirs because it is not. like this water in Derbyshire have

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draw holes under the surface to meet changes in demand which can also

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cause hidden currents. The advice is choose somewhere safe to keep cool

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A couple from Ashby-de-la-Zouch who died when their light aircraft

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crashed into a field on Sunday have been named. Robert Moulton, who was

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76, and his 84-year-old wife Lillian, died when the plane came

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down near Fenny Drayton. It's believed the aircraft took off from

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an airstrip near Twycross Zoo and was heading to Stoke Golding

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airfield. An inquest into their deaths has been opened and

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adjourned. Six people have been charged with

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human trafficking offences after raids in Derby. The three men and

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three women were arrested on Monday, when 11 suspected victims of human

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trafficking were found at houses across the city. Police believe they

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may have fraudulently used the details of the 11 men to claim

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benefits and forced them into work. A 41-year-old woman who was also

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arrested has been released on bail. A couple from Nottingham who won �45

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million on the EuroMillions have been given permission to build a

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futuristic "hub" house. Matt and Cassey Topham scooped the jackpot in

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February last year. They plan to knock down their �1.2 million

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mansion to build their new home which will include a grotto-like

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swimming pool and a botanical garden. Costing �5 million, the

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property will be located in the Wollaton Park Conservation Area.

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The Derby-based train maker Bombardier has won a �180 million

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contract to supply the Southern train company. The deal is to

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provide Southern's electric rolling stock for the London Thameslink

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route. Two years ago, Bombardier lost out to the German company

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Siemens for the main order for Thameslink trains. But now this

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smaller contract for Bombardier has the potential to double in size,

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after it's signed in two weeks' time.

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Losing the huge �1.4 billion order for Thameslink rolling stock to

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Siemens in 2011 was a massive blow to Bombardier. Hundreds of

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contractors and staff lost their jobs. But since then, Bombardier has

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been awarded a series of smaller contracts. The latest of these,

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announced today, is also ironically for trains to be used on the

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Thameslink route. Southern Railway has announced it has selected

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Bombardier to build 116 new electric rolling stock vehicles at a cost of

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around �180 million. The order also includes the possibility of building

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an additional 140 carriages, potentially bringing the total value

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up to �385 million. Following today's announcement,

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there is a formal hiatus of ten working days, in case unsuccessful

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bidders wish to challenge the deal. Southern says it does intend to sign

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with Bombardier at the end of this period.

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The Transport Secretary Patrick McLoughlin says the Government has

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worked closely with Southern on this Bombardier but they must win the

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next major contract with Crossrail. In the meantime, assuming the

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contract is signed on schedule, Bombardier will be expected to

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deliver their 116 vehicles in 2015. Doctors and academics from Leicester

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are leading a ground-breaking study into lung cancer. The research

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project is part of a drive to boost survival rates for the illness.

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Experts from the area will examine how exactly lung cancer adapts,

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mutates and becomes resistant to treatment. 850 patients will be

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studied across the UK. Now, the legal row over whether the

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bones of Richard III should be buried in Leicester or York rumbles

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on. But in the meantime, Cathedral bosses have had another battle on

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their hands. Should the last Plantagenet king's final resting

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place in Leicester be under a flat stone ledger or a raised tomb? Today

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we finally got a decision. The scaffolding is going up and the

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transformation is just beginning. The argument over which city Richard

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III should be buried in my not yet be settled. Nevertheless, Leicester

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Cathedral is pressing ahead with its plans and it has just revealed the

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last Plantagenet King will be getting a tomb. What is significant

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about all this is that originally, the Cathedral said it wanted a flat

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stone ledge for the King's final resting place but those plans were

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criticised by the Richard III society which said it wanted a far

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more prominent memorial. We have listened carefully, we have got a

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flat ledger stone and a tomb like structure so it is win- win for

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everybody. This is what it would looks like, a raised tomb surrounded

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by a White rose. Not any king is buried in Leicester so it should be

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a large team of people can see and visit. It is grand, a big gesture

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that is more appropriate. in total, it will cost the Cathedral �1

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million. We have not got that money at the moment. We will need help

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from the public, benefactors and patrons but we think that people

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will want to come behind what we are doing. White actor of the pressure

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is on to make a fitting memorial but also an impressive show for the

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thousands of people the cities it expected -- the city is expected to

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the venue that is experiencing a bit of a boom. The visitors' numbers are

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extraordinary. More details later. One of the East Midlands' most

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beautiful historic homes is once again in the spotlight. Chatsworth

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House in Derbyshire is being used by the BBC to film its new period drama

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Death Comes to Pemberley. The sequel to Jane Austen's novel Pride And

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Prejudice will hit our screens later suspense, suspicion and deceit.

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Death Comes to Pemberley is the sequel to Jane Austen's Pride And

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Prejudice. But with a murder mystery twist.

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Elizabeth Bennett and Fitzwilliam Darcy have been married for six

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years but there is trouble at the end and a new Mr Darcy. It is a very

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different character, he is a family man now, in love so not the brooding

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arrogance that I think some associate with him. I can

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wholeheartedly say that I will not be competing with Colin Firth about

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emerging from a lake, I don't think anybody can top him. Chats with is

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no stranger to big productions. The Duchess was partly filmed here as

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well as Pride And Prejudice. It always helps boost visitor numbers.

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The visitors absolutely loved it so when people were being filmed,

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people crowd round to see the famous people. We try to link into that as

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much as we can to all of our guides, they are all happy to talk to

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visitors and anything we can tell them about productions enhances what

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we have already got here which is enough in itself really. It dates

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from the 16th century and includes priceless treasures but they have

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been a few near misses. There was a large vase worth about �1 million

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and there was a terrible crunching sound and somebody pulled the vase,

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but thank goodness it was a cheap reproduction that we dropped.

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The 3-part adaptation celebrates the 200th anniversary of the first

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publication of Pride And Prejudice do for broadcast this Christmas. --

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view for broadcast. But no dripping Mr Darcy coming out of the lake.

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And now the sport. No mention of how much like I am Mr

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Darcy! In football, Nottingham's Sophie

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Bradley could be about to make a surprise return to the England team

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for tonight's must-win European Championship match against France.

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That's despite the ankle injury that's kept her out of the

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tournament so far. England are only still in contention

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because of a last-minute goal against Russia from Toni Duggan and

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the performances just haven't been good enough. That surely can be the

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only reason coach Hope Powell would risk Sophie Bradley who even

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yesterday was watching training with her feet up. There will be changes

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tomorrow, trying to get something out of this game if we want to stay

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in it. We have to get something otherwise we will be going home. I

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cannot fault the effort, it is just not clicking for us at the moment.

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The game's on BBC Three with a 7:30 kick off. England have never beaten

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France but must win to be sure of going through. Lee Westwood has

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begun his latest aid to get his elusive major title at the open

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championship at Muirfield Golf Club. He is one of the favourites to lift

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the claret jug. He finished to hunt -- two underpar.

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In today's cricket, a disappointing defeat for Nottinghamshire at

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Edgbaston. The only bright spot a half century for struggling Alex

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Hales. Poor Derbyshire were on the end of one of the most extraordinary

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innings. Alex Lees making it to 275 not out for Yorkshire before the

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Tykes declared. Surely he must have wanted 300.

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In Division Two, once Ned Eckersley fell, the Leicestershire tail fell

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apart. And medals today at the European

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Youth Olympic Festival for Nottingham gymnast Ellie Downie,

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part of the silver medal winning girls team and two Leicestershire

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cyclists: Charlotte Broughton took silver and Grace Garner got bronze

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in the road race. Next, school sports days. It's that

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time of year. The Government - which is very keen on competition - has

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just handed primary schools �150 million to improve sport. But should

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it be about winners and losers? Nottingham's Helen Barnes is a

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former international canoeist who is now a teacher. The ideal person to

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investigate for us. Competitive sport is back at the heart of the

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new curriculum and the start of a healthy debate. I think

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competitiveness is a good thing because it teaches children that

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life is about winning and losing. think it is too much pressure on the

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children. It divides opinion that which opinions are schools choosing?

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On our sports day, every child is a winner. It is about individual

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winners. One winner. We want everybody to join in and feel good

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about themselves. Life is competitive, children need to deal

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with that. White matter I carried out my own survey and contacted 50

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schools across the region. At Bowes, 15 are running competitive

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days. The rest are doing a mix of both. I have been to two sports

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days. The first in Galveston where they have been learning to fail

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which is important as winning. We like to show a competitive side.

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While we feel that children need to understand that and children need to

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know they can win but you have to be gracious in defeat. But over in

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Nottingham, at Radcliffe, they feel sports should be fun. As a first

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feeling of organised sport, they should be successful and wants to be

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successful and set up to succeed. We do not want to start a race knowing

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that if there are six children, five of them have already lost.

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That was fantastic, give yourselves a big clap. It is up to each

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individual school how they run a sports day. That is a former

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international canoeist, professional sport is something I feel about.

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Children have chances to excel in the classroom in exams so why not

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give children who are really good at it a chance to shine?

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I remember the humiliation of sports days and that is just the dads'

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With this heat continuing it's probably no surprise that people are

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flocking to outdoor pools to try and cool off. But we have some

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statistics that might just surprise you. Compared with this time last

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year when it was a little bit wetter Ashby-de-la-Zouch's open air

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swimming pool has had a 2,400% increase in visitor numbers.

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90 years ago, going to a Lido was an exciting day out often filled with

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beauty parades, diving competitions and water polo. This is

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Leicestershire's last public open-air swimming pool at

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Ashby-de-la-Zouch and already first thing this morning there's a queue

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at the door and people are starting to fill it up. We are coming here

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because of the lovely weather. not to swim around in the sunshine

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but it is really warm. It is a nice day outside so when you jump in, it

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is nice weather. You get to live in the sun it is really nice.

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This time last year when it was wet and raining, Hood Park leisure

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Centre had 145 people use the outdoor pool. This year a staggering

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3,632 went for a dip to try and cool off from the summer sun. It is

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terribly important, part of the heritage of Ashby going back to the

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1930s when lots of bases had lidos. We must preserve our heritage and

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make sure it is well used by everybody. We have pool parties,

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barbecues, even in winter, you can use the pool for a charity swim if

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you have the courage! If the larger pool is still too cold, this centre

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has a heated pool for the younger, more sensitive swimmers who also

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it, you are lucky! Talking about them, I think our reporter is on a

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beach somewhere. I have been let out for good behaviour! We are 60 miles

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away from the coast here in Nottingham city centre where they

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are preparing the beach for this year's Nottingham Riviera. Tonnes

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and tonnes of sand here, fairground rides, fish and chip shops and a

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beach bar. All we need is the sunshine.

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It opens tomorrow and it looks like we will get that. Another hot and

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sunny day with temperatures soaring again into the high 20s. We did not

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get the elusive hottest day of the year today, temperatures up to 28

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Celsius but it is still feeling warm and another oppressive muggy night

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tonight. Temperatures only slowly rolling back to around 16 Celsius.

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And then we do it it again tomorrow up into the afternoon once again.

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But it is the sunshine that is taking the limelight once again,

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temperatures up to 28, 29 Celsius. Subtle changes on the way for the

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weekend, the high-pressure moves north and that allows us to drag in

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an easterly wind and that will be bringing in more cloud so for

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Saturday, more clout for the morning, but it should earn back to

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