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This is East Midlands Today with Quentin Rayner and me, Anne Davies.

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Tonight, eight years for a paedophile who posed online as a

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teenage boy. This is the moment he was confronted by paedophile

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hunters. I found out she was 15, but I cannot remember if that was after

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or before we consented to sex. Also, this simple device designed to

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prevent mistakes. Why hospitals not using these? Plus, charged with the

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murder of the family of four. An 18—year—old man appeared in court.

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Leicestershire play their first YB40 final for 24 years.

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Good evening. First tonight, a man confronted on camera in a sting by

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amateur paedophile hunters has been jailed for eight years, for sexual

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offences and grooming a teenager online. The group of parents from

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Leicestershire, who call themselves Letzgo Hunting, had been approached

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by the 15—year—old's mother, who asked them to investigate her

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concerns. They've been criticised as being vigilantes who don't

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understand the risks involved. This report from Marie Ashby.

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Caught on camera. This is the moment 24—year—old James Stone was

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confronted by paedophile hunters, Letzgo Hunting. We've got a copy of

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all your conversations with us and copies of pictures you sent. Letzgo

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Hunting had been approached by a mother worried her daughter was

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being groomed. Without our involvement, he would never have

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been arrested. Nottingham Crown Court was told

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Stone had posed as a 16—year—old schoolboy in an online chat room.

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What were contained in those pictures, because you said some were

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dirty? Yes, there was one of my penis there. Have you still got

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copies of these pictures? I believe so. Sorry, I don't want to see them.

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I know you're looking for them. If I look at them, I am looking at

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indecent images of children. All right, OK. He lured her back to his

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flat, shut the door, bolted it, and that was it. She couldn't get out,

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and she was there for hours, going through this hell she has been going

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through. Stone worked at this pub at Lenton in Nottingham. Letzgo Hunting

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set up online decoys. Thinking he was chatting to a 15—year—old, he

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admitted he'd had sex with the girl in question. After a confrontation,

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they told the mother to go to Nottinghamshire Police, who did

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their own investigation and arrested Stone. We've just persisted to try

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and get him behind bars for as long as possible, and it wouldn't have

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happened without Letzgo Hunting. James Stone pleaded guilty to seven

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charges, including grooming, sexual offences, and possession of extreme

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pornography. In a statement, Nottinghamshire Police said Stone

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not only preyed upon his young victim in the guise of a schoolboy,

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he did it in the family home and during school time, under the noses

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of the adults in her life, because James Stone was hiding in her mobile

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phone. The national organisation which protects children online says

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paedophile investigations should be left to the experts. Confronting

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people is really bad practice. It risks loss of evidence, people

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panicking, and possibly harming children as a result.

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Nottinghamshire Police say Letzgo Hunting's involvement did not lead

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to James Stone's conviction. The Crown Prosecution Service told us

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that because Stone pleaded guilty, there was no trial, so no evidence

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was tested in court. Inside Out's Marie Ashby is with us

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now. You've been talking to Letzgo Hunting since May — who exactly are

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these people? It is a group based in Leicestershire, and the people I

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have met, there are three men, who have families and children of

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varying ages. They say they are concerned patients, parents who want

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to protect children from paedophiles, and fearful of their

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safety because of what they do. How do they operate, and was this a

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typical case? This was an unusual case, because a mother contacted

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them, feeling her daughter was being groomed. This is not usually how the

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work. They set up profiles using pictures of teenage girls as decoys,

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and see who approaches them. The police have real concerns, don't

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they? They do, and Leicestershire police have had the most dealing

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with them, cause Letzgo Hunting of Beeston Leicestershire, but the deal

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with them and have a relationship with them. The force will not

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endorse them, because they both say that it would absolutely employ the

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public to come forward to them if they have any suspicions of criminal

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activity of any kind. —— implore the public.

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And you can see a lot more of those interviews and the confrontation

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with James Stone on Monday's Inside Out East Midlands. That's at 7:30pm

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on BBC One. The mother of a teenager who died

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because of a hospital blunder is frustrated technology to prevent a

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repeat of the tragedy still hasn't been taken up across the whole NHS.

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Wayne Jowett from Nottinghamshire died when a powerful cancer drug was

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wrongly injected into his spine instead of a vein. Our health

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correspondent Rob Sissons reports. In 2001, 18—year—old Wayne Jowett

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was in remission from Kenya. Then, in an act described as gross

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negligence, doctors wrongly put this into his spine instead of a fine. He

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suffered and agonising death. He only had one more treatments, and he

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would have out of the air, walking out of the hospital with his family.

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It needs to be used everywhere, not just any few places. Wayne's mother

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and grandmother cannot believe the devices designed to prevent Bess are

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not being used by every hospital. I want to see it in every hospital

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around the world. If it is going to be introduced, bring it in. Don't

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hold back. Get it going. Only 55 Acute Hospital trusts are known to

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have taken up the fail—safe devices. The man who led the enquiry says it

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is vital the rest follow. There is a small chance that the events that

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occurred to Wayne Jowett all may happen again, and I want to see all

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trusts using these connectors as soon as possible, because that

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reduces the risk of that event ever happening again. This is designed to

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save lives. What you have here is the red one dessert —— designed for

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the Spain, and the other for the vein. The connectors will not screw

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onto the wrong one. Wemyss family spends years campaigning, and now

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the Health Secretary is being lobbied, and they have a meeting

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with the chairman of the health select committee to get more trusts

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to use these devices. In a moment, the Labour leader talks

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exclusively about one of politics' hottest topics. The weather is also

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hotting up. Probably not hot enough for one of these, but certainly a

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whole lot better than what we have seen of late.

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Hundreds of people are gathered at a church in Leicester this evening for

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a multi—faith vigil to remember the victims of a fatal fire a week ago.

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A mother and her three teenage children died in the blaze in the

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Wood hill area of the city. Today an 18—year—old man appeared in court

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charged with murder in connection with the fire. Also at the vigil are

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the family and friends of a 20—year—old football coach who was

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killed a week ago in the city. Our reporter Eleanor Garnier can tell us

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more. Coming together in shock, after the

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loss of loved ones. People from across the community arrived at

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Saint Peter's Church in Leicester for a prayer vigil for those who

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died. Exactly one week ago, I e—mailed and her three teenage

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children died in a house fire on Wood Hill in Leicester. Chennai

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Latour freak, her 19—year—old daughter, Xena, at and Jamil, who

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was 15, also perished. 18—year—old Kemo Porter appear today at

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Leicester Magistrates' Court charged with their murder. In a brief

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hearing, he spoke only to confirm his name, address, and that he

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understood the charges. He was remanded into custody and will

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appear via video link at Leicester Crown Court on Monday. Meanwhile, at

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Leicester town Hall, the inquest into the four deaths was opened and

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adjourned. The coroner heard that the four bodies had to be a gent is

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—— identified by dental records. They had all died due to smoke

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inhalation. The bodies will be buried in Ireland, where their

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father works as a neurosurgeon. Until the bodies of a mother and her

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three children are released, the funeral must wait.

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A derelict rectory in Loughborough has become a target for drug use and

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anti—social behaviour. The house on Steeple Row, which is close to a

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school, has been empty for almost four years since it was sold to a

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developer. Now, residents have handed a petition to the local

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council, calling for it to be pulled down. Charnwood Borough Council says

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it has investigated the site and has a demolition notice from the site

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owner which should start in the next six weeks.

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More staff are being taken on by East Midlands Ambulance Service in

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Leicestershire and Rutland. A recruitment event is being held in

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Narborough. At least 25 jobs are on offer, including qualified

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paramedics and also emergency care assistants, who would receive

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training for the job. Labour's conference is about to

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start this weekend, and ahead of it, this evening Ed Miliband has

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announced the party will scrap what it dubs the bedroom tax. The

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Coalition, of course, refers to it as the spare room subsidy. The

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Labour leader has been talking exclusively to the BBC English

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regions. Earlier, I spoke to him in his Westminster office and I asked

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him what impact scrapping it would have in the East Midlands.

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It will help lots of families. Tens of thousands of families across the

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East Midlands, and it will make a real difference to them. And how are

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we going to do it? We're going to end the boardroom tax loopholes that

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have been introduced by this Government, and use this money to

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end the bedroom tax. I think that's the right thing to do, because we

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have so many families who are struggling with the unfairness of

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the bedroom tax, the hardship. There aren't other properties for them to

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move to, and two thirds of the families are disabled, so it is the

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right thing to do. A Labour government would end the bedroom

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tax. According to your figures, it would affect 40,000 claimants in the

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East Midlands. What do you say to people in arrears? Don't pay,

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Labour's going to save you? What I say to the 40,000 families across

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the East Midlands who've been hit by the bedroom tax is that we will end

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the bedroom tax. We will do it by closing the boardroom loopholes. It

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is the right thing to do. Obviously, people have to wait 18 months or so

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for the election, and a Labour government being elected, and will

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have to be dealing with their councils on the issues that they

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face. We're going to get rid of it as soon as we can, and we are

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serving notice that that is what a Labour government will do. It is the

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right thing to do, because so many families, two thirds of whom are

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disabled, are really been hit by the bedroom tax. And it's the wider

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issue for our conference — how you tackle the cost of living crisis,

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not just on the bedroom tax, but on every issue facing families in

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Britain. One other thing I need to ask you about is High Speed two. It

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will eventually connect with the East Midlands. KPMG, the

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accountants, say it will bring upwards of £2 billion a year to

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boost Nottingham and Derby's economies. You think that is

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plausible? Well, I'm a supporter of High Speed two, but we've got to

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make sure it's value for money. As we've said, there can be no blank

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cheque for any project, particularly at this difficult economic time, but

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the reason I'm a supporter of High Speed two is precisely because of

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the economic benefits that come with it. But I think the British people

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and people of the East Midlands would expect a Labour government or,

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indeed, any government, to make sure that we keep the costs under

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control, and that's what the Labour government would do. Ed Miliband,

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thank you. Thank you. And I'll be discussing the implications of

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Labour's policy decision on the Sunday Politics Show at 11am here on

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BBC One. People who use skin lightening

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creams are being warned they could be damaging their health. It comes

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after a check by Trading Standards officers in Derby. Tests found that

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half of the treatments bought over the counter had traces of mercury.

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From Derby, Simon Hare reports. It is a skin lightening cream, but

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it actually contains mercury. An undercover Trading Standards officer

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explains what was found in a spot check on one Derby shop. All ten

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hair and skin products were incorrectly labelled, but five of

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them were potentially harmful to health. This hair dye contained

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lead, while four of the skin lightening creams had traces of

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mercury. If people persist and use it on a regular basis, it could lead

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to brain damage, kidney failure, your nervous system can go, and it

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is important that consumers and traders are aware of exactly what is

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in these products. Although these products are perfectly legal in

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their country of origin, usually the Indian subcontinent, the contents

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mean they are banned here. But they still end up on sale in the UK. Many

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also question why people would want to use such creams. A lot of people

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just feel that if their skin was lighter, it might give them more of

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an opportunity to get on in life. It's the wrong kind of attitude to

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have. At this Derby hair salon, which has many black customers, the

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owner worries about the growth in this market. I find it really,

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really strange, how people want to lighten their skin. I find it weird

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when people of ethnic origin want to go on a sun bed, also. I don't think

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these kind of creams work. If anything, it's going to do a lot

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more damage than good. These products will now be destroyed, and

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a survey of other shops across the city is being carried out.

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They say you reap what you sow, and our colleagues at BBC Radio

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Leicester have proved it and impressed the boss as well. This

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Spring, their Grow Your Own project got people planting loads of fruit

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and veg and the harvest has been bountiful. Here's Ady Dayman.

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The studios here at BBC Radio Leicester have been transformed to

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celebrate the culmination of the Grow Your Own project, which started

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in spring. The idea is to show people how easy and how productive

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it can be to grow your vegetables. It is also fine as well. —— fine as

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well. There has been a lot going on today.

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We have had special harvest songs, people bringing in their own

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produce, cooking demonstrations, even the director—general of the BBC

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showing a keen interest in the whole project. Although supermarkets and

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other places make wonderful vegetables, there are something

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about something you grow for yourself. Well done, this is

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absolutely fantastic! This produce was grown from seeds given away at

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the start of the project, and a primary school was one of the

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growers. That is nice! Is everybody ready to get planting? Yes! Hands up

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if you enjoyed the Grow Your Own project. And what did you enjoy most

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about it? Which they did you enjoy growing the most? Sweetcorn! It has

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been wonderful. The children have taken so much from it. They are

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thinking about what is healthy to eat. The children are here today to

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help celebrate the festival. Heads, are you having a good time? Yes!

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Well, you've done a brilliant job. It's been a wonderful celebration

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today, and the project has been nothing but success. Let's hope we

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can do it all again next year. How lovely! Staying on crime

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matters, Colin is not here this evening. He is at a very famous

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green area for us to and eight. I have come to Lord's, this special

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place, and this is why. This is the widely 40 trophy, and this is what

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Nottinghamshire will be playing Glamorgan for tomorrow. There is

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only one trophy and one award available. This moment is full of

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tradition and history, and the squad has promised so much and wants it so

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much. I have been talking to them. It's going to be right up there. Not

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to have been to Lord's for 24 years is something we are very proud of.

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This is my first time at Lord's, the first time in a Nottinghamshire

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shirt. With this team, the sky is the limit. We have an unbelievable

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squad. The line—up has been without compare. We have a good bowling

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unit, and we are on a roll. It makes it so exciting. Once the first ball

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is bowled, you're into it. You have to just concentrate on getting a

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result. Having a packed house at Lord's, playing for Nottinghamshire,

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it's just unbelievable. I won't enjoy the cricket, no. This is what

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it comes down to. One day. You can see why they wanted when it so badly

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when you are here. It feels special and like the home of cricket. There

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is so much more going on than the YB40 final. There is championship

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football and news of a signing at Leicester City. Gary Taylor Fletcher

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is joining today on a one—year deal. He was released by Blackpool,

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witches who Leicester play tomorrow. Derby will be hoping to take their

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away form into their game with reading, and Forest have made one of

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those signings that makes you take notice. Natalie Jackson was there to

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meet him. All the clubs wanted him, but today, this highly rated young

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Chelsea star experienced his first training session with Nottingham

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Forest. The session was quite hard. It was very intense. Like I said, we

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were just having a chat, and I told him the intensity of that session

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was pretty high, and it's what I was used to at Chelsea. The 18—year—old

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caught the eye while on loan at Watford, having made it to the

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championship final. He is a young player who can certainly tackle and

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to create and score goals, and he is the very, very good up—and—coming

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midfield player. Last year, and Nathan signed a five—year contract

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with Chelsea, but his manager regards hemp highly, and wanted him

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to go out on loan to get more games. Would you stay here longer if

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possible? Yes, if I'm having a good time, and the loan is going well,

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you know, if I'm not home sick, you then yes, of course. He is in the

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squad tomorrow, Andy Phil interview with him is on the BBC Sport

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website. Notts County and Mansfield are at home, and our reporter is

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there. Leicester Tigers are in action, with everyone available for

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this season. For the Nottingham Panthers, it is the first visit of

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the rifles, the Sheffield Steelers. Sold out already. Here, Lord's,

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we're inside a privileged area, which is only open to members

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usually. The reason we get to be here is we know the Chief Executive.

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Derek Brewer, how are you settling into the role here at Lord's? Is

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such an exciting role here to be leading at such a time of great

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change. It's a great time to be involved, and I'm so pleased that

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Nottinghamshire are here, walking onto the field tomorrow to take part

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in the final. Will you be allowed to what —— be watching and cheer them

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on? It never leaves you, so I have been following the results very

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closely and they have had a to the 60s in. Why is Lord's special, do

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you think? It is the place everyone wants to play cricket. The club

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cricketers always aspire to play here, and I want to make sure with

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my team that that aspiration remains for generations to come, and this

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place is regarded as the finest place in world cricket. It still

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takes your breath away. Thank you very much for joining us. That is it

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from Lord's, but we'll be back tomorrow to see if Nottinghamshire

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can lift the trophy. Fingers crossed!

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A recycling champion from Leicester who voluntarily picks up thousands

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of discarded cans from the streets has been rewarded with a

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pedal—powered carrier, so he can pick up even more.

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This is Can Man. For the past three years, he has collected around 1000

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cans a week from the streets of Leicester. He used to push a

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converted bin around, but today, he has the latest pedal—powered cargo

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trike. It was donated to Adrian by Leicester City Council, in

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recognition of his crusade to collect dumped aluminium cans from

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around the city's West End. We have a huge team of people that are out

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cleaning our streets every day. They do a fantastic job, but really,

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people are still dropping litter in hedgerows and side streets, and

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volunteers like Adrian are able to go that little bit further and

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really make the city look much better. It's very strange to drive,

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because I've been used to a push—bike. In short distances, I

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haven't managed to run anyone over yet, but it's going to take a little

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bit of getting used to. I've got to use it to get used to it, but it

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should make a really big difference to me going out and about. Adrian

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has already collected over 90,000 cans, and with help of this larger

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carrier, he hopes to reach 100,000 cans from the streets and parks

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within six months. If he does that, he will need a

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bigger carrier! He can do it! Charlie, is the weather going to be

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nice? Yes! I have good news! I'm pleased to be able to say I have

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good news for a change. Warm air is spelling in, with high pressure

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which will ensure a nice weekend. It will be cloudy at times, but a lot

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warmer than of late. As far as the season goes, there will be clouds

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event in places, but plenty of white spells as well. Saturday morning

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will be largely cloudy, with temperatures at ten or 11 Celsius is

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the overnight low. Tonight is actually a much more tarmac warmer

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night, tomorrow, not too bad. Cloudy to start, but it will improve as we

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make our way through the day. As you can see here, it's bank of cloud

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sitting over as in the morning, just in time for the football. By

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evening, we should see widespread sunshine, and the temperatures will

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help, 19 Celsius. Sunday will not be bad as well. The further east you

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are, the better it will be. By later on in the day, the sunshine to be

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making its way through, some not too bad. I'm pleased to see the high

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pressure is going to hang around, blocking areas of low pressure from

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making a return, so it looks like we should see this brighter and more

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settled spell of weather lasts for a few days. So we can promise good

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weather. An Indian summer! A brief one! Would be back for the late

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bulletin. Goodbye.

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