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

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Tonight, on track. The work that's left a city without trains. Our

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first look at the massive track and signals upgrade that has shot down

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Nottingham station. Also tonight, a victim of fraud, just one of the

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many elderly people targeted by a window farm. Plus the summer boost

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for the region's economy, but will it continue, the Winter? And in the

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sport, it might be early August but they are itching to get under way.

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The first weekend of the football league season.

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Good evening and welcome to Friday's programme. First tonight, 14 days

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into the engineering work that's closed Nottingham railway station,

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the pledge passengers want to hear. Network Rail says it is scheduled to

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finish on time. But passengers still face another three weeks of

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disruption along with longer journey times on replacement buses. One

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commuter's been telling us why she's switched to the car for part of her

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journey. Mike O'Sullivan reports. They've ripped up the railway. Our

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top �100 million worth of engineering and signalling work that

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is closing Nottingham station for 37 days. Here, working day and night in

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blistering heat and torrential downpours, to put down new track.

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We've worked in difficult conditions, it was really hot, then

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we had a downpour, and now it's just OK. But it affects the install.

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is Mansfield Junction, a mile from Nottingham station where some of the

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most complex work is being carried out. Network Rail is changing the

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railway point here so trains can use any of four tracks. Delays going

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into Nottingham station were abolished. The old 30 miles an hour

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speed limit will be scrapped. Trains will go at 50. The end of the work

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can't come quick enough of this commuter. Paying �1600 for an annual

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rail ticket and facing a disruptive to our 40 minute journey home. Karen

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is now driving to Leicester to fit in with replacement bus services at

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East Midlands Parkway to take her to and from Nottingham. Yes, the work

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has got be done, but seven o'clock I'm managing to get home, providing

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everything's OK. If the train goes without the bus having arrived, it

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is just miserable. The work is on course to finish on time, says

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Network Rail and will result in improvements to passengers.

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consciously took the decision to close the railway to 37 days. This

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was the best thing for passengers. We have got replacement bus services

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in place throughout, and if everything goes to plan, we will

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reopen the railway. East Midlands trains admitted there will be

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individual challenges but said the replacement bus services were

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working well. On schedule but the work will not finish early. This

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being a railway, Network Rail has a strict timetable for the engineering

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trains and vehicles. And they are sticking to it.

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Three members of a home improvement firm have admitted conning elderly

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and vulnerable customers out of thousands of pounds. Leicester Crown

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Court said the trio carefully targeted their victims after

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stealing their confidential details from their previous employer.

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Carolyn Moses reports. HTH a role Douglas was living on his

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own after his wife was moved to a care home. -- 88 years old. His

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daughter Margaret says he was visited in 2009 by representatives

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of a Leicester -based improvement company which convinced him to hand

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over money for work that was never carried out. They definitely took

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advantage because the first time they went, he paid them cash. The

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second time, it was a cheque. It was cash very swiftly. And the same with

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the third one. I phoned the bank on the last occasion but it was too

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late. It had already gone through. It was run by this man, who had

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brought with him his girlfriend, and fellow salesman, too. They'd worked

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together at window firms and left together taking with them

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confidential details of more than two and a half thousand customers.

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They highlighted the elderly and vulnerable. They pretended they were

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associated with the company. When they got him, they would persuade

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them to sign contracts and are paid deposit. What they didn't tell

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customers was they were entitled to cancel so when people tried to

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cancel, they refused to refund deposits. These kinds of things have

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long-lasting effects on people. They feel distraught and it affects their

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lives. From these offices, the three secured �25,000 in this way. Today,

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there was some remorse. Why did you not give their deposits back?

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different person than I was. three have suspended jail sentences

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of 12, nine and seven months. The judge said that what they done was

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distasteful, especially because so many other victims were elderly.

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They will to pay compensation later, but 2-mac of them have been

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re-employed by their former company. The company wouldn't comment.

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Still to come. An upbeat assessment of the economy. A business leader

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says things are on the up. And, revealing the human stories between

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Nottinghamshire's great warm Orioles. -- great War memorials.

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The Chief Executive of the East Midlands Ambulance Service is

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leaving the organisation. Phil Milligan is stepping down after

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nearly two years in the role. He says he's proud to leave the service

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in a much stronger position. Mr Milligan has overseen a big shake-up

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which has seen the majority of ambulance stations being sold-off.

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The service has also failed to meet response targets for three years in

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a row and been fined �11 million. One of this region's for most

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business leaders has given one of his most up beat assessments of East

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Midlands economy. George Cowcher from the Derbyshire and

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Nottinghamshire Chamber of Commerce says local businesses in all sectors

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are seeing a revival and taking on more staff. He was speaking at a

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regional business and trade fair. Here's our Political Editor John

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Hess. The summer heatwave's has boosted

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the regional economy. Ice cream manufacturers have been supplying

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from Europe because sales here have gone red hot. Fashion retailers are

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enjoying a mini boom, too, as shoppers back summer clothing but

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when the summer's over, will the region's economy still be smiling?

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We are seeing more companies clearly doing more business, which is what

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we have wanted to see for a while. We are seeing more people taking on

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more staff. We are seeing more companies ambitious and terms of new

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contracts, new areas of work. focus here is on the region's

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economy, but wherever you look, East Midlands businesses at this trade

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fair in Nottingham are talking up revival. The recession has made it

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tough. We had it severely. We're down to 26 employees from 50.

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last month, the Chancellor was in the Midlands claiming the UK economy

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was finally turning the corner. economy is on the mend but we've got

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a long way to go as we move from rescue to recovery. So, George, what

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is the mood? It is up each. We've been really surprised at the

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strength of business wanting to come out, wanting to engage, wanting to

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get involved. And we are seeing a record number of people attending.

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Part of that recovery includes new Internet businesses starting up,

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like this one from South Normanton in Derbyshire. We are taking on more

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staff as well. We've got ten staff at the moment, and we are buying

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another office. And we expect to double in size, up to 20, in the

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next six months. The heatwave may come to an end, but the economic

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forecast looks set to become rather brighter.

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Fingers crossed! The water company Severn Trent has

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apologised to a man who's house flooded with raw sewage for the

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seventh time after heavy rainfall at the weekend. Sundeep Patel from

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Leicester found his cellar had flooded on Sunday. That's despite

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the installation several years ago of a water storage tank designed to

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prevent flooding to nearby properties. Navtej Johal reports.

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For Sundeep Patel, his/her Mrs Temple, but on Monday morning, he

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opened his cellar door to find that once again it had flooded with raw

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sewage. I was devastated, I was in shock, it is traumatic that it has

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happened again. Sunday was the third time it has happened to Sundeep's

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home since seven trend installed a water tank under this road a few

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feet from his house to prevent any more flooding. Clearly, this has not

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solved the problem. Well, I am very angry at Severn Trent, disappointed,

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and not only that, I am frustrated because the managers know about

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this. And this is an ongoing problem. They still have not

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rectified it. Sundeep and his family have had to move to temporary

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accommodation. Severn Trent have apologised to him and admit the

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situation is not acceptable. We will try to understand why the measures

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we put in place didn't work in this instance, carry out any further

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remedial works we find necessary to ensure that Mr Patel is safe in a

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future. Once again, I have too stress there will always be some

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offence against which we cannot protect. That is unlikely to provide

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much solace for Sundeep. I would never have bought this house if this

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was going to be a problem. I cannot sell this property to anybody else

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because I don't want anybody else to face the same problem. In the

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meantime, Sundeep hopes it isn't too long before he can move back again.

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Yes, let's hope so. A permanent tribute to Nottinghamshire's men and

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women who died during the First World War was unveiled today. It is

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not made of stone and you can visit it wherever you are. The

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Nottinghamshire Great War Roll of Honour is a website detailing the

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county's war dead. It's taken months to research, and volunteers have

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been turning up long-lost memorials in some unusual places. Paul

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Bradshaw reports Coming up later, exciting times for Rutland

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adventurer Sarah Outen. The cost of the Ward end all Wars is

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still being counted. Nottinghamshire lost 11,000 lives and many of their

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stories and names have been forgotten. But nearly a century

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later, fresh light on World War I is being shared by the World Wide Web.

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A new resource, Nottinghamshire Great War Roll of Honour, went live

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today. It is an online archive of all the county's fallen, funded by

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Nottinghamshire County Council as an active, narration. My team of

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volunteers who have beans barring Nottinghamshire and the city of

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Nottingham collecting data from War memorials to offer and create a

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unique archive, a database for future historians and researchers,

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and members of the general public who are interested. It has taken 24

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and his 18 months to scour the county. They were looking for

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memorials to gather names. In this church in Clifton, they found a

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memorial plaque last seen in a church in the city centre in the

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1950s. And long thought lost. The new research has revealed that some

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5% of Nottinghamshire's casualties were under 30. Almost all of them

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were soldiers and nearly three quarters of those were killed on the

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Western front. One in six of the male population of all ages in

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Nottinghamshire died or were wounded in the great War. I'd be very

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surprised if there was any county who could match that scale of

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sacrifice. The second phase of the project will add photos, letters and

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narratives to the archive later in the year. Nottingham's motto is

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virtue outlives death. Through this archive, their memories will live

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up later, exciting times for Rutland adventurer, Sarah Outen. Sunday will

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be her 100th day rowing solo across the North Pacific. And although

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she's solo, she's revealed she's no Time now for sport and tonight

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heralds the start of the new football season so today Colin and

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Natalie have been out to all about to our clubs starting at Leicester.

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I cannot believe it! The football season is hours away.

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All three of our championship clubs have yet another huge season ahead

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of them. Leicester City, the spending may have stopped but the

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expectations are as high as they ever were.

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At Nottingham Forest, they talk about unfinished business for

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manager Billy Davies. At Derby, it has been rough for

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Clough but they are building him up this term. They are saying it might

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be his time to shine. Our question is, why is this season so important

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in the championship? The stakes this season could not be

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higher. 24 championship clubs tonight ready to chase the huge

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riches of the Premier League. Only three can scoop the jackpot. All our

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big sides, Leicester City, Nottingham Forest and Derby County,

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start this season with that in mind. All believe that if they can hold

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their nerve, they could skip the biggest prize in domestic football.

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This season, promotion offers an unparalleled opportunity financially

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and a one-off chance to secure a cup's future. The Premier League

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dream this time around could be worth as much as �150 million.

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In-depth on all three of our championship clubs. We start at

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Nottingham Forest, the busiest of our clubs. This is the manager.

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Billy Davies, thank you for agreeing to talk to us. Are you happy with

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your transfers and acquisitions? We've got to thank the chairman and

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family for what has been great support. No doubt about it.

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Tremendous support from the chairman, delighted to have that

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support. And we thank the family very much. Sounds like your

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relationship is pretty good. It has been excellent. We've got a great

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understanding, a great working relationship. We know what we are

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trying to do and what it takes to get there. We are on the same page,

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which is always very useful. And it is a pleasure working for this man.

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It could be a double-edged sword because you've made some pretty good

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signings. Does that pile the pressure on to you? There was no

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excuse the last time. We were one of the favourites for promotion last

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time. In the second season, same thing. This is a club, this is the

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badge, this is what this club carries, a big expectation from fans

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from the and everybody else. So, we know what we are dealing with, we're

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not surprised by it, we welcome it and we are delighted with the

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challenge. We do live up to the expectations? Are you thinking.

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Two? The expectation is top six. We have to compete in the top six.

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There are plenty of other teams in this boat. Wigan, Derby County,

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every single day -- game, home and away will be difficult, no matter

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what the spending, the history, the badge, the tradition, the

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championship is very tough. Thank you very much indeed. Forest have

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got Huddersfield. Down the road, Leicester City are away at

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Middlesbrough. Pressure on the manager, Nigel Pearson as well.

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Everyone is well aware that a good start is crucial for him. I've been

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talking to them about the new season It was a very difficult experience.

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But I think what you have to try to do is draw on that. And make sure

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that you use those sorts of experiences to get you through the

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and want to far-away, it was us, and I will try to keep the group

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season I didn't have to answer a question about who was going to be

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my replacement, so, I suppose, in football management you tend to get

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battle hardened to speculation. But I always do my job in a way I think

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it needs to be done. And I am very pleased to be here. And I will be

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working very hard to have a everybody would like it to happen.

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But I still think we have made progress as a club. But it is making

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that next step. Well, if he is going to lead Leicester City next is -- to

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the next step, it's going to be from the seats. What about Derby's

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prospects? This morning, Nat was inside the training ground.

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The manager Nigel Clough starts this season as the longest serving

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manager in the championship. And with his strongest team, he says,

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since he has been here. Behind the badge, these are some of the new

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faces. Six in total, the most talked about, striker Johnny Russell, 23

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and has joined from Dundee United for several hundred thousand pounds.

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He scored several goals preseason but wants to deliver in the brutal

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championship. I want to prove I can play here. A lot of people have said

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I can't as well. I will use that to my advantage, hopefully. I just want

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to prove I can play at this level. Derby have a number of coveted

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players. Notably 18-year-old will Hughes who is regularly scouted by

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Arsenal, Manchester city and Liverpool, with a cool price tag of

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several million. There is real expectation this year. We've got to

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shake some depth. Is it strange on days like today when you're in the

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closed shop and there are kids your age desperate for your autograph?

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Two years ago, I would not have believed this to be true, especially

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this quickly. It's been crazy. I hope to keep my feet on the ground.

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I think the fact we've got a settled side, we've got to keep them fit,

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and it gives us a chance. At Derby, the hit is ready and their first

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game is on Sunday, at Hyde Park. None of the championship clubs can

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make the claim that they are opening the season deserted because they are

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at Sheffield United kick off very shortly indeed. And skilled town

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have the privilege as well because they are back in the football the.

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Paul Cox is leading his troops up to Scunthorpe United. Our best wishes

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go with them. As always, you will find the best coverage of live

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events, which of your club, on your BBC local radio station. And we will

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have reports from the two handguns, Derby County and Nottingham Forest.

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We will keep in touch with everything over the weekend. And

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there will be a full and comprehensive round-up on Monday.

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I, for one, cannot wait to see what happens.

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Here we go, as they say. She's set three world records,

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battled tropical storms and almost died at sea but this weekend Rutland

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rower Sarah Outen is preparing to reach a major milestone. The

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adventurer, who is rowing solo across the north Pacific Ocean, will

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mark her 100th day at sea on Sunday. She's one of only four women ever to

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have spent so long at sea alone. To celebrate the occasion she's

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announcing another, more personal, achievement as Sarah Teale reports.

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Sarah Outen's first attempt to row solo from Japan to Canada last year

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was full of danger and drama. After 26 days at sea, a powerful tropical

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storm hit, and Sarah had no choice but to call for coastguards to

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rescue her. After recuperating back home in Rutland, she decided to try

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again and set off this May. This time around, it has been much less

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traumatic than last year. Equally, it has been full of the most

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wonderful moments. It is everything I hoped it would be, and more, I

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suppose. Sarah has already rode 1400 miles across the North Pacific Ocean

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and will be celebrating 100 days at sea this Sunday. It vary -- it feels

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very cool to be a today 100. Every moment, every milestone, just feels

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huge. The 28-year-old adventurer has marked the momentous achievement by

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announcing her engagement to her girlfriend, Lucy. I asked her to

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marry me for weeks ago. So I am super excited by that. The thought

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of seeing her again in Canada excites me. So says she's feeling

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strong physically and mentally and, hopeful, of not just reaching

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Vancouver but finishing a mission to complete a continuous sleep of the

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world by cycling, kayaking and rowing. I store have that cautious

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optimism for the chance of successfully landing in Canada, but

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I know that it is outside contingencies that will determine

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the outcome. If she successfully crosses the North Pacific Ocean, she

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will still have to cycle across Canada and America, and then row the

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Atlantic Ocean to get back to England, a feat she is determined to

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achieve. Wow. We were wondering, does she

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ever get any spare moments? And what does she do them?

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I know what she does in her long I know what she does in her long

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hours. Have a look at this. And Sarah had a special message for

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us at East Midlands Today from the middle of the ocean.

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She's extraordinary, how on earth does she have the time?

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She is multitalented. A lot of people have been asking me whether

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the heatwave is back for this weekend. Fortunately or

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unfortunately, it looks as the heatwave was a one-hit wonder.

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Yesterday, we reached 31.3 Celsius across the East Midlands. It has

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been cooler for us today and we are staying in the cooler air mass

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through the weekend. We are talking of highs in the low 20s. A little

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bit more comfortable and bearable for sleeping. That cooler air mass

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is also much more unstable and showery, so there will be some

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showers lurking about through the weekend, some of those heavy. They

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will be moving through quickly on a brisk wind, and there will be some

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sunshine in between. It is a usable weekend of weather with some dry and

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brighter bits. We've seen a lot of dry and bright weather today. We've

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escaped the showers but there have been some heavy ones developing.

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These ones are quite stubborn so they will continue the night, on and

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off. Temperatures, much cooler and fresher than last night. 13 or 14 is

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the lowest. Tomorrow morning, we start off with showers from the word

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go. As the day progresses, they will line themselves up into bands so

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some places might get shower after shower being blown through on those

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brisk winds, and some places may escape them altogether. Northern

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areas will be the best place to see the sunshine. The showers eventually

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fade out into the evenings at if you've got a barbecue planned

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tomorrow, there should be a lot of dry and bright weather around.

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Sunday, it looks as though we've got this weather system moving its

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weight in on Sunday. It'll take all day long to take to us, so the cloud

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increases during the day and we see some of the showery rain into the

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evening and through the night. Sunday night into Monday, the rain

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will turn heavy. It looks as though there is heavy rain to start next

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