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

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Tonight: Police question 11 people over the death of an elderly woman.

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The 11 people were arrested today are being held on suspicion of

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manslaughter. The Transport Secretary in Nottingham justifying

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the big rail fare rises. We are seeing huge investments in the

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railways. In Nottingham, a million pounds. Are we going to see more of

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these going up outside homes in the East Midlands? Eli McReddie athlete

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who came from nowhere to win gold at the Paralympic world championship 's

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-- the athlete who came from nowhere.

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Welcome to Tuesday's programme. First tonight: 11 people have been

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arrested on suspicion of causing the death of a Nottingham care home

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resident. Ivy Atkin died shortly after the

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closure of Autumn Grange in Sherwood Rise last year. Our social affairs

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correspondent Jeremy Ball is there for us this evening. Jeremy, what

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more can you tell us about these arrests?

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The people were arrested this morning. The police say the

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investigation was prompted by the death of Ivy Atkin. She was a

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resident here rat Autumn Grange and she died shortly after the home shut

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down last November. New line macro what happened at the home today?

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building is currently being converted into flats. A police van

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arrived here this afternoon. It was only a short visit and they work

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accompanied by a senior detective. I understand the 11 people arrested

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earlier are all linked to the Autumn Grange care home and their ages

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range from 19 up to 77. Why was the care home closed down? There had

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been worries about the quality of care for well over a year. A number

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of inspections were carried out by the Care Quality Commission. There

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were concerns raised about cleanliness, record keeping.

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Nottingham City Council were so worried they sent in their own team.

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A few days later, the private owners of the home decided to shut it down.

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Ivy Atkin was one of the people who had to be given emergency transfers

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to other care homes. Has there been a reaction from the authorities?

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Nottingham City Council say that autumn hash macro Autumn Grange was

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in breach of its contact. -- contract. A safeguarding

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investigation is currently being carried out to see whether any

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lessons can be learned from the death of Ivy Atkin.

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The multi-million pound revamp of Nottingham Railway Station is just

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one reason why big increases in rail fares are inevitable and justified.

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That's the view of Transport Secretary Patrick McLoughlin who was

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in the city today. Commuters will face an average

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increase of just over 4% from next year. Union leaders say it'll make

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rail travel too expensive for ordinary people. Here's our

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political editor John Hess. The next London bound train leaving

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from here is just under a fortnight away. Nottingham station has been

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closed to most services while Merck on improvements press ahead -- while

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work. The Transport Secretary used the transformation as a backdrop to

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defend above inflation increases in train fares from January. We are

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seeing huge investments in the railways. The Nottingham, over �130

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million on Nottingham station. Birmingham station, �600 million.

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That is despite all the work going on on the tracks and signalling

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which people never see. It will mean that a ticket that now costs �180

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will increase by �7 38 from January. They want to get the people on

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public transport. They will not do it if they keep putting the fares

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up. They are quite a lot already. The trade union has its own solution

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to rising ticket fares. �1.2 billion the year is leaking out of the

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railway system through privatisation. If we had a publicly

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owned railway, it could be put to immediate use and lead to an 18% cut

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in rail fares. The Transport Secretary is returning in a week to

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see the progress of the construction work. A sure sign that this

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particular project is on time and budget. It will lead to a better

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service for commuters and passengers in Nottingham in the future. Rail

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users may agree but another increase in fares from January, the 11th

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consecutive year of rises, will be far more difficult to sell.

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Still to come: In sport, a special studio guest. Yes, Aggers is here to

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talk about the Ashes and Stuart Broad.

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And building the tram extension, one of the biggest challenges is moving

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this huge bridge across the A52. Poor exam results mean lifelong

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career failure or can they be overcome? With its results due in

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days, it is a question occupying many people right now. New research

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by the Princes trust youth charity shows that nearly one in five

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youngsters here in the East Midlands expect to end up on benefits. Bad

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enough, you might think, but that figure rises to more than a third

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among those who did badly in exams. Nearly one in ten believe that

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failure in exams will always hold them back. 37% of the young people

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surveyed in the region say that those who fell Berwick sounds will

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struggle to find work in the future. -- those who fail Derek Sands. Our

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reporter has today been visiting someone who has managed to keep one

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step ahead of her exam grades. Putting her best foot forward.

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Charlotte with a group of youngsters at a class. The 23 -year-old is busy

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teaching dance to 120 children each week. It all could have been very

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different. She struggled with some exams at school and nearly gave up

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on her dream of becoming a dance teacher. With the help of a charity,

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she set up her own business. academic side is weaker but they

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gave me a mental to support me setting up. Charlotte's story is not

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unique and now the charity that gave her support and carried out today's

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survey is calling for more vocational help from the

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government. Politicians have not really focused enough on the 50% who

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do not go to university and who therefore need support to get into

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vocational training. Charlotte also believes you can still be a success

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without going down the Puma league academic route. -- the pew early

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academic route. You can find different ways. Having a teacher who

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does not shout is nice. With exam results out soon, it is hoped that

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youngsters do not give up on career A 26-year-old man from Leicester has

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appeared before magistrates charged with the attempted murder of a Sikh

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spiritual leader. Harjit Toor from Oadby in Leicester was arrested

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after an incident in the early hours of Sunday morning at the Gurdwara

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Namdhari Temple in Leicester. Sri Satguru Uday Singh Gee was treated

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in hospital for injuries but was later discharged.

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A Derbyshire company says it could save the struggling NHS at last �30

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million a year. Not by cutting staff, but simply by recycling old

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hospital equipment. It's begun a trial with Nottingham's

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two main hospitals who say the idea could transform the way the health

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service operates. Carolyn Moses reports.

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It is known as the trolley Hospital, a place for hospital

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equipment to be brought back to life. It is hoping to revive the

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finances of the NHS. We want to reject a throwaway society. We want

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to reuse equipment. We bring it back and strip it back to steal and

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repair anything damaged and powder coat the equipment and put it back

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into service as new. Here are some they made earlier. Recycled and

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handed back to Nottingham's hospitals. The trial has run for

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several months and managers say they have already seen equipment costs

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plummet. Historically, what would happen is that they would be

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scrapped. Then you have the cost of scrapping and replacing them and the

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time for it to come back. The solution we have got is a piece of

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equipment will last ten years and save you a third of the price. It is

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by one, get two or three free. Hospitals estimate that if they

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recycled simple things like this oxygen trolley it could save the NHS

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more than �30 million a year. If the NHS recycled more complex items like

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patient trolleys or wheelchairs, it could save billions. It is very

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simple. Very effective. If we can make this national, we could bring

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much bigger savings to the community. It is a feel-good factor.

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The Department of Health says it welcomes innovative ideas and will

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study the results of the trial. If it proves successful, pieces of

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equipment could make their own recovery too.

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Excellent idea. The engineers building Nottingham's

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tram extension are facing one of their biggest challenges.

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Next month, a huge bridge built on site at the Queen's Medical Centre

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will be moved into position over a dual carriageway. Meanwhile, the

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head of the extension project claims attitudes towards the tram are

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changing and have become more positive.

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Mike O'Sullivan reports. This is what gives Nottingham's tram

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extension the wow factor. Waiting to be lifted into place, a 60 metre

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long bridge built on-site at Queen's Medical Centre. This bridge weighing

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about 1000 tonnes is due to be lifted up and put into position over

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the A52. They say they can do the job in one weekend at the end of

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September. The bridge is part of a long viaduct through the hospital

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grounds. The Queen's Medical Centre will have its own tram stop linking

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the hospital to the city centre, the University and one of the suburbs.

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In Beeston, there are mixed views. It will be a great benefit. We need

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something like this. The convenience of it will be very good for people.

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We do not need it. We have got fabulous buses. We have also got the

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train only five minutes down the road. Whatever the arguments for

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these two civil engineers, building the tram is a landmark in their

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lives. You can see what you have done and you can come back in 50

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years time and say, this is what I did when I was younger. You can be

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proud. For the city to achieve what it has and putting up with difficult

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scenarios that times. It is costing �517 million. It is beginning to

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change the streets of Nottingham and it is claimed attitudes as well.

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lot of the time people's negativity to projects is the unknown. Now they

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have something to relate to. Over the last few months, people's

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response has been more positive. region's biggest infrastructure

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project is taking shape. It should be completed next summer.

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Still to come: Sunshine in a bottle from Derbyshire.

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We've been to two vineyards that are enjoying a bit of a vintage year,

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all thanks to the recent hot spell. Estate agents are claiming that the

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East Midlands' housing market appears to have finally turned a

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corner. Buyers have returned to the market in their biggest numbers for

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four years. The latest survey by the Royal

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Institution of Chartered Surveyors says last month the biggest number

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of new buyers entered the market since the summer of 2009. James

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Roberson reports. In the early 19th century

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farmhouse, this lady shows round an estate agent. She has been thinking

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of selling for over three years but has been put off by the state of the

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market. Now she can see it is picking up. You see the sold signs

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going out. The prices seem to be moving up. For me, it seems the time

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is now right. Her house is now for sale. A survey says two fifths of

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estate agents in the East Midlands report an increase in demand.

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have seen false starts in the past. This has legs because of the

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government initiatives, for new housing and others due to come in

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for second home housing. If you thought the housing market was in

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the doldrums, come to this high street. In Westbridge road, there

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are at least ten different estate agents. Some also advertise on the

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Internet. We have been in the property doldrums for the last five

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or six years and now people are saying that perhaps prices are

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rising, wider signs of an economic recovery. That gives them the

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confidence to look at a greater financial commitment and look to buy

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a house for the first time or trade up. What do the public think?House

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prices have been low for some time and interest rates have been low as

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well and I think it is a good sign. Probably a good thing for me. No,

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probably not good for the economy as a whole. It is good if you own a

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house. At the end of the day, people are struggling to pay mortgages each

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month. It is not going to improve the situation if house prices

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continue to rise. Thank goodness we are turning a corner, hopefully.

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It is not good for everyone. Time for the sport.

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First, the cricketing world is talking about Nottinghamshire's

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Stuart Broad today after he was the star of the show in last night's

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sensational Ashes victory. England won their third straight Ashes

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series, beating Australia by 74 runs in Durham. Broad who enjoyed a

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devastating spell took six quick wickets to catapult England to

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victory. Earlier, the BBC cricket correspondent Jonathan Agnew popped

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in to see us, on his way back from the North East. We started our

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interview by talking about how Broad has been right at the heart of the

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drama in this series since he refused to walk in that first Test

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at Trent Bridge. It seems a long time ago when he stood there for the

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obvious catch. A lot was made of that. The England team supported him

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for not having walked. A crucial innings in the end. Those of us who

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have been around a while, we thought that there are limits in cricket as

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to where you draw the line and where you walk. A lot of people do not

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walk at all. Anyone who plays club cricket would understand that there

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is a line. It has been feisty over the last few weeks. Messaging and so

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on. I have known Stuart since he was a kid. I have kept a fatherly eye on

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him. He is a brilliant cricketer. He is very competitive. Sometimes, that

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can spill over a little bit. Positively, obviously, like

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yesterday as well. You interviewed him last night. After what he

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achieved yesterday and the dramatic way he took those wickets, that has

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outshone what happened at Trent Bridge. Definitely. He is paid to

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bowl and win matches. That game yesterday was nip and tuck. It was

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120 41. It looked as if England for the second time in the game could

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lose -- it was 120-1. I was talking to the coach today. When Stuart

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Broad is on a roll, he can blow teams apart. He has done it before.

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Last night, he bowled quickly, 90 miles an hour plus which he does not

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always do, but it is something that he has, this competitive streak that

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drives him on. I hope one day, this is why I keep an eye on him, I would

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like him to be seriously considered for the next England captain. He

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will probably be in his early 30s and I think he would be a brilliant

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captain. At times, if he wants to be, perhaps he does not want to be,

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but he has to keep a little eye on what he is up to. He is a beautiful

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batsmen. He has been likened to very good batsmen. Part of the aggro has

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been him not having the confidence of his place in the side but there

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is no question of that any more. you think England are going to have

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a 4-0 win? We go to Australia this winter and we start all over again.

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Bear in mind, I have watched seven Ashes series now in which England

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have barely won a match let alone a series. If people are expecting me

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to show sympathy towards Australia, they will not find it coming from

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me. Thank you.My pleasure. Staying with cricket and a big night

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in the YB40 competition. Nottinghamshire could secure their

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place in the semi-finals with a win against Worcestershire at Trent

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Bridge. But the visitors are batting first and putting on a decent total.

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Leicestershire still have hopes of making the last four but could only

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make 163 down at Gloucestershire. Derbyshire are hoping to keep their

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slim hopes alive at Lancashire. They batted first. They made 190-9 from

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their 40 overs. Now there can't have been a more

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dramatic rise to fame than Nottinghamshire's Paralympic star

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Sophie Hahn. The 16-year-old from Widmerpool has cerebral palsy and

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only took up running only last October. But she's just returned

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home from becoming the world 100-metres champion and world record

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holder. Kirsty Edwards reports. She announced herself on the world

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stage in dramatic style and now the Paralympics newest star is back in

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training. Good. Well done. Sophie's mum brought her down and said that

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her brother thought it was a good idea on the back of the Olympics

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because he thought she was quick. We did a taster session. As a coach,

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you look and go, if I can sort out this and that, could be something

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special here. There certainly was something special there. She picked

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up silver and gold at the World Championships. It was amazing.

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Fantastic experience. My version of London. Felt like a dream. I was

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over the moon. Her medals are privately on display. Her family are

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still getting used to her incredible achievement. It was 46 degrees on

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the track that day. We were boiling in the crowd. For her to pull that

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out, it was phenomenon. As a tot, she had a real determination that

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was in her that you could not possibly give to her . I see that

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coming through now. She is now way real prospect for the Olympics in

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Rio in three years time and her coach says she will get quicker. For

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now, they are still enjoying her recent success. To watch her achieve

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what she achieved in the short space of time that she has achieved it, it

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is incredible. Absolutely incredible. I have him to thank.You

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did the running! Modest to the end. Well done, Sophie.

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Well, we could see more medal success later at the Paralympic

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swimming World Championships this evening. Mansfield's Ollie and Sam

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Hynd and Charlotte Henshaw all have finals tonight as does Loughborough

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based Ellie Simmonds who took gold yesterday, winning by a whole 20

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seconds. This was just me really. It is different. You push yourself. You

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push your own abilities. I am looking forward to doing other

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events. I have got five more events this week.

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And Nottinghamshire's blade runner Richard Whitehead set off on his

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incredible challenge today to run 40 marathons in 40 days. He's running

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from John O'Groats to Land's End and aiming to raise a million pounds for

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two charities. Good luck, Richard. He is a superhuman, isn't he?

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A lot of superhumans in the sport to night.

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Now, we've had the longest and hottest weeks of sunshine this

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summer for many years. It's had huge benefits for two Derbyshire

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businesses. They're vineyards and one of them

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expects to triple the amount of bottles of wines it'll produce this

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year, as Paula Boys-Stones reports. It has been a job to keep the plants

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under control this year at this vineyard in South Derbyshire. They

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have around 4000 vines planted five years ago producing red and white

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wine. The grapes are coming on well and John expects a record harvest

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next month. We could produce four or 5000 bottles. Compared with last

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year at about 1500. It gives you some idea of the difference in the

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year and what it is going to make. Further north, these fines are in

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their second year. They were planted in the snow. This summer's hot

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weather has meant they are flourishing. We are five or six

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weeks behind, but the hot weather meant the plants shot up and we have

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had a good flowering season. They will not produce their real crop

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until next year with wine being bottled in 2015. They are already

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planning to plant more vineyards in the adjacent fields and to provide

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local jobs in the micro winery. are looking like we will have a

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harvest. John surveys their best ever crop but he for one does not

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have ambitions to expand. It would be nice to put more vines in but as

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the years roll by, I think probably not. We may have to look for one of

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the family members to take it on and probably I will finish up just doing

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the wine tasting. The worry for now is keeping on top of the weeding.

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They used to produce wine in England for centuries, the Romans. Perhaps

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it is coming back. I hope so! It is a lovely thing. They make some

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nice champagne in market Harborough but of course you cannot call it

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We have had perfect stargazing weather as well in the past few

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nights. We had a fantastic view of the Nietzsche a shower. If you

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missed out last night, fear not. -- the meteor shower. The skies will

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not be quite as clear as last night but still decent clear spells. We

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have got showers to get through once again. They have been on the lively

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side today, blown through on the westerly winds. They are starting to

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ease down again now. They are fading away. A dry evening. The skies

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slowly clearing. There will be decent clear spells. Temperatures

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quite chilly. The winds will ease. It will slide into single figures,

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six or seven degrees by the morning. A bright start for

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tomorrow. Cloud will increase Disney afternoon. A couple of showers

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around later in the day. -- cloud will increase in the afternoon. The

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showers will be very light. The winds tomorrow are starting to come

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in from the south-west. Much milder so at last temperatures will again

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scrape into the 20s. We will continue to import the mild and

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muggy air on Thursday and there is a chance that could spark off heavy

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showers which could be on the thundery side. At least temperatures

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