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This is East Midlands Today with Sarah Teale and me, Dominic Heale.

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Tonight a Leicester man loses four relatives in the Nairobi terror

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attack. There were young people who are

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taking part in a protest in the centre. They have all passed away.

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Also tonight, questions about police protection after the stabbing to

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death of a pregnant woman and her toddler. New allegations against a

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controversial cult —— Darby School. Officials say the claims are

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worrying. And journeys and at land 's end. Paralympic and Richard

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Whitehead completes 38 marathons in 40 days. Good evening. Welcome to

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Monday's programme. First tonight, it's a terror attack which happened

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thousands of miles away but the siege in Kenya has caused

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devastation for some families in the East Midlands. One man told us he

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lost four members of his family in the attack on the shopping centre in

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Nairobi when gunmen opened fire. Another has described how his

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teenage brother and sister saw their friends shot dead. Jo Healey has

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this report. Text sent from a mother in Nairobi to her son in Leicester.

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She said things become worse, she will die. She had just left the

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shopping centre. His 18—year—old brother and sister were still

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inside. She just saw gunmen wandering around everywhere and

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shooting people, she saw her best friend being shot in the head. Last

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I heard from my mum and dad they were in hospital and my brother saw

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his best friend was like dead body outside. They were taking dead

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bodies and putting them on trolleys and winning in the hospital. Another

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businessman from Mercer said for young members of his family were

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killed. He told BBC radio Leicester they had been shopping on Saturday.

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Young people were taking part in a contest in the centre and they have

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unfortunately all passed away. It is difficult because in trying to find

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out if other people are still inside because we don't know where they

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are. Both men want to remain anonymous, they fear reprisals for

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their families in tenure or Leicester where many of people have

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been affected. Obviously people from tenure, everyone is grieving the

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same thing. We are all shaken. With what is happening. My mother's best

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friend is still stuck in there. An inquest's heard about the final

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hours of a man at the centre of a knifing which claimed the lives of

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his former partner and young son. The hearing, at Derby, has been told

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that three years ago Rachael Slack died in the stabbing attack along

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with her son Auden. It happened in Holbrook at the cottage where

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Rachael and Auden lived. Also dead in the house was Andrew Cairns, the

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boy's father. The inquest's heard today about a visit he paid to the

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doctors hours before the deaths. Our reporter James Roberson has been at

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the hearing today. James, what happened at this visit to the

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surgery? Believing.

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The jury here at Derby Coroner's court heard how — at about 8.40am on

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the morning of June second, 2010, Andrew Cairns turned up for a

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doctor's appointment at the Ivy grove surgery in Ripley. The

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receptionist, Enid Shelton, described how he was in a highly

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agitated state, virtually hyper ventilating, and kept pacing in and

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out of the reception area. After 45 minutes Cairns went in to see Dr

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Michael Small one of the GPs. Dr Small described how an anxious

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Cairns was clutching a photograph of his little son Auden. Dr Small said

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at one point Cairns told him, "These are going to be the most important

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days of your life." But the GP who had dealt with Cairns over his

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mental health problems before — thought that was just a remark to

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ensure the doctor dealt with his care prporly, otherwise Cairns would

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complain to the media. The inquest also heard from a motorist who gave

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Andrew Cairns had to hold work that morning. Yes, the inquest has also

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heard from Tom Swift who was driving to Holbrook later that morning. He

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described how a calm, tidy, well dressed man flagged him down, and he

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gave the man a lift a mile into the village. Mr Swift said they

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exchanged pleasantries, including how the man, his friend Rachael and

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their son often walked this route. As they parted, the man asked Tom

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swift his name, said "My name's Andrew" and shook his hand. "He

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seemed a gentleman," Mr Swift told the jury. Less than an hour later,

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Cairns, Rachel and Auden were all dead. The inquest continues.

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An inspection of a controversial school has been brought forward

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after concerns were raised about how it's being run. The latest

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allegations levelled against the Al Madinah School in Derby have been

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described by officials as "very worrying." Earlier this month we

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revealed how the school was already being investigated over alleged

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financial irregularities. Simon Hare reports.

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Another day, and news of another government probe into how the

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controversial Al Medinah School in Derby is run. It opened last year,

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promising a strong Muslim ethos. As a free school, it is outside local

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authority control, it is funded by public money. Last month we revealed

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how the awarding of contracts to the school was being investigated by the

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Department of education. We understand that a number of other

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concerns have now been raised including the treatment of staff and

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the suggestion that an over emphasis on Islamic studies to the detriment

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of core subjects. That has prompted the government to act again. The

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Department for education says that the allegations levelled against Al

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Medinah are a very worrying. Inspectors were due to pay a visit

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here at some point during the term. Now, following discussions, the date

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for the inspection has been brought forward. A statement continued...

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Those rules include delivering a broad and balanced correctly on ——

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critically. Teaching unions say the ideas of free schools are flawed.

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This is indicative of why we are scared about free schools because of

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the lack of local accountability. The school did not return our calls.

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In a statement to parents on its website it said we simply ask for

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time to get going, and to grow into an excellent school.

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You're watching East Midlands Today. Still to come on tonight's programme

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— jubilation for the Outlaws who win their first cup for 24 years.

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Bowling hero Samit Patel will be with us in the studio. No prizes for

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the weather today. Despite the high pressure, it is also keeping us very

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cloudy. We're hoping we'll see more sunshine tomorrow.

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A man's been arrested in connection with a fire at a house earlier

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today. Fire crews were called to the house at Kimberley in

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Nottinghamshire early this morning. A 25—year—old woman and her

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two—year—old daughter have had to be rehoused, because their home is so

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badly damaged. Nottinghamshire Police are urging a

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missing 14—year—old to return home. Ciaran Sweeny was reported missing

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from his home on the Oak Tree estate in Mansfield on Saturday 14

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September. Although there have been numerous sightings of him in the

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local area he is yet to return home. The last sighting was at about 2pm

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yesterday in Longshaw Road, Mansfield.

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A new experimental treatment to bring down high blood pressure is

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being tested at Leicester's Glenfield Hospital. A tiny metal

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implant resembling a paperclip is placed in the groin. It then links a

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major artery and vein so blood flows through more easily. The University

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of Leicester which is carrying out the research says it's designed for

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patients for whom medication hasn't worked.

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A case of mistaken identity. It is not a person we're talking about. It

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is a cricket ball. It was apparently one of three balls when Gary Sobers

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hit a historic six sixes in 1968 was playing for Nottinghamshire against

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Glamorgan. The reason that it matters is that it sold for a world

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record price of £26,000. The investigation into the sale has been

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featured on the night was my inside out. It is arguably the most famous

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over in cricket history. Nobody hits six sixes before Gary Sobers. The

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ball smashed around was to sporting memorabilia 40 years later. The

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problem is that after an 18 month investigation the ball was sold that

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was not used in the match. It is the most famous ball in cricket and the

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most famous over in cricket. All of this doubt remains, was at the

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ball? Was not the ball? I can tell you that was not. The ball that

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Christie sold was all due concern, only another double ball was used in

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the match. Glamorgan's Malcolm now should know, he was the ball at that

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day. I had got a few wickets, it was for 460, in five minutes it was 21

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overs, and four for 100. It ruined the day. The footage of the

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cricketing first confirms that only one ball was using the over.

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Christie 's said it was one of three balls and in insist it was genuine.

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I only use one ball. Gary Sobers did not profit from the sale. He said he

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was an innocent bystander. The money from the auction went to pay medical

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bills who thought she had sold the real ball. It has left us with

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another mystery of where the real ball is.

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Intriguing stuff. Inside out is on at 7:30pm later this evening. Still

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to come, journeys and four and in exhausted Richard Whitehead. The

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final mile was run at Land's this afternoon. We will hear from Richard

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later. The Labour Party says 37,000

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pre—school children in the East Midlands would benefit from its

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pledge to increase free child care, if it wins the next General

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Election. It was one of the policy promises revealed today by Ed Balls,

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the politician who hopes to be the next Chancellor of the Exchequer. He

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was addressing the Labour conference in Brighton, from where our

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Political Editor John Hess sent this report.

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It is through those double doors that the Labour faithful are walking

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in in order to hear the message from the leadership of some of the

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policies they hope will bring a Labour general election victory. Let

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us be proud. Policies on childcare, the cost of the high—speed rail

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link. Part of the economic message is being shaped by Nottingham East,

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Chris Leslie, the shadow finance minister. There is a lot of news

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from Nottingham that I think is important that gets on the political

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agenda and one of those has to be about the bedroom tax and the effect

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that has been having on the anxieties that people are facing.

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Being able to say that we will scrap the bedroom tax and know that we can

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pay for that is a big, big step forward. Flavour are to win, it will

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depend on parliamentary hopefuls like Catherine Atkinson, a barrister

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that has been selected to win back Labour hopes in the seat that it

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lost to Jessica Lee. We are getting out doing some canvassing today.

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That is fantastic. Catherine was meeting some of the youngest party

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members. She will need that to turn over a 2500 Conservative majority.

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We have got 20 months until the next election. I am looking to talk to

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everyone that I can. We are talking about the offer that we have in

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getting people back to work, reduce the ridiculous cost of living that

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people are trying to live on and I think that I have got 20 months to

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do that and that is my job. Also at Brighton, one of the youngest Labour

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delegates. It is overwhelming, there is not enough time to do everything.

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You need to begin Jews, there is a wealth of opportunity. Today we

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heard Labour's economic vision and tomorrow Ed Miliband will tell us

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his vision. Now, though, time for sport and this is a very special

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piece of silverware. It's the first cup won by Nottinghamshire Cricket

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Club in 24 years. And while we look after this, let's pass you over to

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Colin. It was a fantastic game. Something

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really special for Nottinghamshire Cricket, crowned the One Day

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champions in their first Lords final since 1989. And to celebrate the man

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of the moment, Samit Patel, is here. Notts went into the match with

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Glamorgan as red—hot favourites and showed why with a comprehensive

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87—run victory. They were propelled to a big runs total by a fantastic

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stand from captain Chris Read and Nottinghamshire's favourite

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Australian David Hussey. And then, just when Glamorgan's batsmen seemed

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to be putting down roots, in came our man Samit. Three overs, three

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wickets and the game all but won. The celebrations when all was done

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comprehensive and joyous. Samit, how good a day was that?

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. An amazing day from start to finish.

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The actual day was phenomenal, a credit to all of the guys in the

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backroom staff in the county and the fans that came to watch. It was a

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great day. We won't get too technical, but I think even

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non—cricket fans can spot why your bowling was so effective. These the

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slow motion replays — how do you produce unplayable balls like that?

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I am not sure, really. I just tried to spin the ball as hard as I could

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and that is about it. It certainly worked. The Ministry knock them

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over. —— you manage to knock them over. You had to, I suppose, you

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suggested in an interview a few days ago, you were way too good for

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Glamorgan. I think a lot of credit goes to the boys. We prepared in the

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backroom staff, like the physio, a credit to the guys who turn up on

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the day. Let's talk about the fans a little bit. Thousand of them

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travelled down. They sang, they danced, they got the players dancing

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and when they saw me afterwards with my camera they celebrated some more.

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Mr Patel, stunning. He was outstanding. We have done it. A

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brilliant result today, well deserved. And we are champions. How

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important have those fans been to all the Notts boys? They have turned

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out in numbers all year. We did not quite make it last year. They were

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like a 12th man to us on Saturday. They turned up, it was brilliant, is

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good for the county. There is still a lot of work to do. Your not clear

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of relegation. We can't let you go about talking about the England

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squad. Stuart Broad and Graeme Swann fly the Notts flag in Australia. But

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you're not in the squad. Did you still have England ambitions? I will

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still play in all formats of the game for England. Hopefully I will

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do that soon. A lot of work to do, obviously, I do feel for titch, he

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has produced time and time again and I feel he is unlucky. A pretty good

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advert for you on Saturday. Now, onto the football. Our visit to

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Meadow Lane coming up, but the Championship first. Plenty of drama

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and good goals — but no wins to report for Mark Shardlow.

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Lester's derby by the sea saw them go behind at Blackpool. They won all

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of their games a season without conceding a goal. That changed early

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in the second half when Jamie Varney was brought down. The penalty broke

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the deadlock. A second followed a couple of minutes later. Andy

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King's volley could not have been better. Leicester one and went to

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second place. After a rush of blood from Kasper Schmeichel conceded a

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penalty. Nottingham Forest in the grey came up against Fred Arrigo

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Trader, a permission player now online at Doncaster. He showed why

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he was online. Matt Taylor was then the second half

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to restore's Doncaster lead. How about this from Andy Reid? As for

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Derby County, it was about sloppy defending. They can't win at home.

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It was Reding who took their chances and took the points will stop

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incredibly, Derby have now lost three and drawn one at pride Park.

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Derby gave himself a chance but as they pressed for the equaliser, gaps

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developed and Reading wrapped things up with a third.

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Now, Notts County, who admit their first win of the season probably

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saved the management team from the sack. That's how much it meant to a

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club which has been under pressure after a dreadful start to the

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season. Angela spent match day at Meadow Lane.

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As the fans filed in for the match anyone hoping for a vote of

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confidence would have been badly disappointed. We are a football

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club, we need to win games of football. It affects our business

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model by losing games. How long is a piece of string? 90 minutes at

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least. It has been the worst start of the season in the 150 years

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history. Little wonder everyone is feeling the pressure at Meadow Lane.

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This would have eased those nerves, Notts County going ahead seven

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minutes in. There were chapters galore as the team looked determined

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to prevent out as long —— prove the doubters wrong. That will do for me.

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They know that they can do it. They will not stay at the bottom for

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long. If we would have asked we would have got the sack. —— lost.

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Maybe this performance and result has enticed people.

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In League Two Mansfield Town are up into the play—off positions after a

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comfortable win over Northampton. A wonderful own—goal coming up but

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first a well taken free kick by Ben Hutchinson that gave Mansfield the

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lead, soon followed by this from Sam Clucas to make it 2—0. And then this

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classic moment from Northampton's Mathias Kouo—Doumbe.

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Wow. In rugby union, the Leicester Tigers

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legend Dean Richards returned to Welford Road at the weekend with his

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Newcastle side. But they were given a sound beating by a rampant Tigers

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who got off the mark when Jordan Crane crossed over. Manu Tuilagi put

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his Downing Street episode behind him with a powerful display, setting

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up Graham Kitchener for try number two. And then doing the work before

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freeing the Californian Blaine Sculley who scored the third of five

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tries in the Tigers 31—6 victory. Nottingham took a bit of a hammering

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in their first home game of the season. They were playing the

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Championship favourites London Welsh. The forward power from the

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Exiles was too much. And after a very even first half Nottingham were

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crushed 19—46. Nottingham Panthers had a big

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weekend in the Challenge Cup — 5—3 winners in Cardiff last night and

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rolling over old rivals Sheffield at home on Saturday. It stayed nip and

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tuck for much of the game — but Panthers accelerated away in the

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third period to win 7—3 and consolidate an excellent start to

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the season. Great to have another trophy in

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here. Now it was a pretty epic challenge.

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To run 38 marathons in just 40 days across the length of Britain from

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John O'Groats to Land's End. Paralympian Richard Whitehead set

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out on his charity run back in August. The 37—year—old made a brief

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stop in Nottingham earlier this month. And today we're delighted to

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tell you he made it. He arrived in Land's End to a rapturous welcome as

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David George reports. The 38th and final finish in the marathon of

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marathons. You would think a Paralympic gold medal in the 200

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metres in London 2012 and record single marathon times would be

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enough but Richard Whitehead says all that was simply training for

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this. He started in the middle of August and has been running for

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almost every day since all stop he has had just four days off and

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covered almost 1000 miles. I just wanted to prove that I am not just a

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one trick pony with the 200 metres, it is a lot up here and battling

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hills and the conditions. Ultimately, it is rigid against

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Richard and hopefully I got to the finish. His mother says Brown is not

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a big enough word. She reckons that her son's determination came from

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how the boy with no legs was treated at school. We had to overcome a lot

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of barriers and when they say that I can't do it, they will show that

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they will. Everything that he tried, he did his best in and succeeded.

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Along the way, Richard has been joined by other marathon runners and

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they struggle to keep up today as Richard Whitehead sped towards the

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How wonderful is that! Amazing. Time million for charity.

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How wonderful is that! Amazing. Time now for the weather. The Sunshine

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State away. The club was too thick for the

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sunshine. —— cloud. We did not see lovely, warm temperatures today. In

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a stunningly clear now. It is happening a bit too late, where it

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does start to clear across the southern part of the region, we will

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start to see some mist fog two. This is how it looks at the moment, we

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are still sitting under a blanket of cloud, part of Leicestershire and

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Rutland and also Notts as well will start to see some mist fog

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developing. Some fairly dense fog patches. A fairly mild night

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tonight, at temperatures falling no lower than 13 Celsius. A multisite

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start the day tomorrow. When we start is in the mist an fog, it will

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take time to lift, into the afternoon we are hoping to see a bit

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more brightness at times for Tuesday. That should warmly

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temperatures up a little bit. They will probably exceed 20 Celsius when

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the sun starts to break through. In the region of 21 or 22 Celsius. A

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gentle southeasterly breeze. We have the warmer weather staying to the

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next few days. There is a weather front on Wednesday working its way

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down from the north—east are in the country. The cloud announced on

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Wednesday will be affected by that. We will start off well after the

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mist an fog clears. The high pressure will move, it will move

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towards the end of the week to move towards the North Sea. The low

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pressure is waiting to come in. If you shout was on Thursday and it

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will change again by Friday. I will cling to the Sunday for the rest of

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the week.

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