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This is East Midlands Today with Jo Healey and me, Dominic Heale.

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Tonight, the cash—strapped county council that could be forced to sell

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its own HQ. They can't rule out a sell—off era Derbyshire county

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council and they are also warning of losses and 1600 jobs. Also screams

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and silence. The last moments of a mother and her toddler stabbed to

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death at their home. Pass from Japan to Alaska, after 150 days, it is a

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hot bath for rugs will and —— rubber roller.

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Now it is Leicester City versus Derby County tonight in the league

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cup. Good evening. First tonight, the

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council warning of devastating cuts to services and jobs. Derbyshire

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County Council can't even rule out selling off its own headquarters.

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It's got to slash the budget by £157 million over five years. Front line

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services will be hit and 1,600 people could lose their jobs. Mike

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O'Sullivan is at county hall in Matlock.

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Mike, what has the council been saying today?

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The Labour leadership here have been saying they had been placed in an

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impossible situation by the government, the government would say

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there is a lot less money around for local government these days, get on

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with it, deliver value. This is where some of those tough decisions

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need to be made. The council chamber starting with a meeting next

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Wednesday and at the moment, everything seems to be up on the

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year. Nothing is off limits. County Hall is magnificent but expensive

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and the county council hasn't ruled out selling it off. Dan at the

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library in Matlock, users are passionate about their service. They

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don't want to see more service cuts. If would and be a shame to see

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things being lost. ) this is a centre for people with learning

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disabilities in Long Eaton. Adult care services is the biggest budget

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of the county council. Now at risk of being slashed. This is what we

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spend on services this year. The council leaders showed me a bar

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chart which sums up the council was my predicament. £157 million of cuts

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in five years. Nearly a third of spending. When you're talking about

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a third of the budget, I think front line cuts are almost inevitable.

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That really causes me a huge amount of personal pain because this is not

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what I or the 64 other councillors came into politics to do. 1600 jobs,

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the equivalent of 844 full—time post could go. The Conservatives made

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cuts and £70 million while they were here. Shedding 1200 jobs. Now they

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say the actors got to fall again. Is important that we do not forget why

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they this happen. There is no way which borrowing money to sustain

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economic growth and employment in this country was ever going to be

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sustainable long—term. The county council could tear up with local

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authorities to share services and save money. Working with other

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councils and other public sector partners on health and social care

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is one way that they could save money, the council has also asked

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for a meeting with Eric Pickles, the community secretary, he is a busy

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guy, he has so far refused to meet them. He will say to them, lots of

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other councils are in the same boat. An inquest has heard details of the

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horrific moments before three people were found fatally stabbed at a

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Derbyshire cottage. A pregnant woman, her young son, and her former

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partner were all found in Holbrook three years ago. A neighbour says

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she heard screaming coming from Rachael Slack's cottage, seconds

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after Rachael had begged her to ring the police. James Roberson reports.

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In June the 2nd 2010, Rachael Slack and her son were all found dead with

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the cottage in Holbrook. The neighbours gave evidence today. This

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is —— she said that she heard her neighbour calling to call the

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police. She glimpsed a man behind Rachel, Mrs Wade dialled 909 and

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started speaking and she heard screaming. If you minutes later, a

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policeman arrived in the neighbours help him to break through a window

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at the house. Mrs Wade told the inquest that she sent to the

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officer, can you see how? He said, she is lying on top of the child and

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there is a man lying on top of her. Adrian Ward with the glasses was the

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first paramedic to arrive at the cottage. He climbed in through the

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window and saw the stout bodies. He could see they were lifeless but in

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the living room he found a release of a site giving mouth to mouth ——

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he found a police officer giving mouth—to—mouth to the child. He was

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convinced the child was dead because the circulation was broken but in

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the heat of the battle he must act as if there is a chance and do what

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is possible. Police office on the Sadler carried the child to hospital

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and was pronounced dead. Still to come, more new houses, a

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freeze on fuel bills and a better Britain. New Pledges from Ed

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Miliband in Brighton today. We'll have local reaction to what Ed said,

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later. It was nice to see sunshine today, albeit briefly. If you are

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having to do anything outdoors, the warmer temperatures will stay with

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us until Friday, low pressure is waiting in the wings for the

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weekend. Police have confirmed that two

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bodies found off the coast of Jersey are that of 56—year—old Derbyshire

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businessman Carl Whitely and his wife Kathryn. The couple lived near

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Ilkeston. They were returning from France, when their twin—engine

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Cessna ditched about five miles from land earlier this month. Jersey

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Police are still investigating the crash, along with the Air Accidents

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Investigation Branch. Detailed plans have been unveiled

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for the replacement of the house in Derby where six children died. Work

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started to demolish the former Philpott family home on Victory Road

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earlier this month. Mick and Mairaid Philpott were both jailed for the

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manslaughter of their children. Now Derby city council says it hopes to

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replace the property and the one next door with two new houses and

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three flats. A freeze on on rising energy bills, votes for 16—year—olds

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and the creation of new "green" jobs. Some of the new policies

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outlined by Ed Miliband today. But one of the biggest impacts for the

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East Midlands is likely to be the Labour leader's announcement of a

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massive new house building programme: one million new homes

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nationally over the lifetime of a Labour government. He even talked of

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creating new towns to meet the country's housing shortage. Over to

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Brighton and our Political Editor John Hess. So, what's the reaction

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this evening to his big plan and what could it mean for our region?

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There was certainly able lot in the speech. I will touch on housing in a

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minute. There was a big cheer for when the Labour leader pledged to

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reverse the controversial policy he took the son of the millionaires.

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Here is an easier way to remember it. David Cameron was a prime

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minister who introduced the bedroom tax. I will be the prime minister

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who repeals the bedroom tax. Lets get reaction. If you were writing

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headlines for Ed Miliband's speed, how would you reported? Your gas and

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electricity will be frozen for two years. Instead of a government that

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has stood idly by while profits go up. There will be many communities

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in the East Midlands thinking tonight that there was the last

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government housing target, we will not have to go through that again?

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Planning is important, we have the little green spaces, I am renting at

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the moment, I would love to buy my own house. That is so important to

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people. It is important to enable people to get on. You have got to

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big mark Spencer. Let's bring in Leonie Mathers, who hopes to be the

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next MP for Sherwood, if Labour can unseat Mark Spencer. What pledges

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scorcher it today? I know to speaking to people on high Street

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that times are tough. I think they cut to small business rate and

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keeping a low the year after will be important. We need a shot in the

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arm. Votes at 16, does it matter? There are a lot of young people

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looking at the government and they think that they do not get it. I

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would have voted at 16. I think it is fantastic, you can get married,

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go to work pay your taxes, you can join the army, I think you are

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entitled. Do the speeches make any difference? They set the tone and it

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has certainly set the tone today. After 150 days at sea, an adventurer

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from Rutland has completed her latest epic journey rowing solo from

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Japan to Alaska. Sarah Outen capsized fives time during her

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journey across the North Pacific. And it almost ended in disaster when

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she narrowly missed being hit by a cargo ship as Eleanor Garnier

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reports. Battered by high winds and brutal weather, but finally on dry

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land, after 150 days at sea, crossing the North Pacific, the

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Rutland adventurer, Sarah Outen reached a lack the —— Alaska. Has

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been monumental, the highs and lows have been extreme. It has really

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been the most demanding expedition. I wondered if the boat and I had

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enough to finish. This was her second attempt at the expedition.

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She most died when a tropical storm force to abandon it last year. She

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has capped stylist —— capsize five times and narrowly missed being hit

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by a cargo ship. There is relief at home. She is so determined, I am

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proud of what she has done, it has been a long haul, very difficult in

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the middle, with adverse winds and currents pushing her backwards and

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forwards and North and South, I am relieved that she is on them. Sarah

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Belushi is the first person to have road from to Alaska on more than

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4000 300 miles and all part of her mission to complete a continuous

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loop of the world by cycling, kayaking and rowing.

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Have a rest! The team hoping to win the title of UK City of Culture for

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Leicester next year have just six days left to finish the final bid.

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Competing against Hull, Dundee and Swansea Bay, they have to produce

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ten ideas that will tantalise the judges and clinch the title. Well,

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in the first of our series examining what it could mean for Leicester,

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our arts reporter Geeta Pendse was given exclusive access behind the

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scenes. I don't believe in! We are through!

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The joy of making it to the final four, that was the beginning. Since

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then, a group of volunteers from Leicester's art scene and

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universities and business community have worked with the city council to

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promote and write the bid. We have disabled the activity is. The top of

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activity. A key activity for a tender signing the carnival events.

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With six weeks ago and hundreds of ideas, it is not an easy task. It

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needs to be an accessible destination. To me, King Richard III

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outdoor spectacular is one of the things that makes this distinct.

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Geoffroy runs the comedy Festival. I think the expectation, there are a

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lot of people expecting a lot from this, there is a lot of people who

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want the idea is to be considered and a lot of what we do is set the

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framework for how things can be delivered and how the whole thing

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could be successful. What is on the drawing board? And outdoor

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performance of Richard III over several days, a series of events

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over the theme of elimination on the valley. The county market towns. In

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a programme for children and young people. It will look very much like

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this. September nine and it is two weeks until deadline. The bid is

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starting to take shape. It has been a phenomenal task to get all the

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work in the right place. I think the ideas we have about the story of

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Richard III will blow people away. I think the way that we using light

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and elimination and pyrotechnics and fire and flame will blow people

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away. As Leicester put the finishing touches, so too will the teams in

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Dundee, Hull and Swansea. All are hoping their ideas will deliver a

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year a year of —— a year of ideas to impress the judges. What about the

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competition? I had been watching them closely and they all have a

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different offer, Hull has been incredibly proactive over the

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summer. In fact, they have committed to 1500 cultural events should they

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win. They invited over the woman in charge, Londonderry's city of

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culture this year. Dundee, one of the other competitors, they have a

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huge plan to revamp the waterfront in the city, it has been announced

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recently that the Victoria and Albert Museum plans to build a

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museum in Dundee, the first outside of London. There is Swansea, Swansea

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Bay, Swansea and the Bay region. They were the bookies favourites at

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the short list. They have some high—profile backers including

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Catherine Zeta Jones and Michael Sheen. Thank you.

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Still to come in Sport, it's a League Cup night. What's more, it's

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Derby vs Leicester. Plus I have come to get some gardening tips from this

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young fellow, he is the young school gardener of the year. Is that all

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right? They say travel broadens the mind.

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Well, academics at Leicester's De Montfort University are certainly

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taking that to heart. They're now offering half of their students the

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chance to study overseas. And that's a bit of a first. At the moment,

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only around 6% of UK undergraduates spend time abroad as part of their

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courses. Simon Ward reports. Freshers and current students are

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arriving for the term. They are arriving at De Montfort University

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the study as others have fun. Now was there the of more. They could go

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to Brazil, they could work in Sao Paulo during the World Cup. They

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have also got the opportunity to go to north—east China to go to the

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only university. There are a mass of exciting things they could do.

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Students will have to pay something themselves but it is subsidised by

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the University with the income generated from a high number of

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international students paying the study. I know people who live in

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Latin America. I will try to jump on it and get out. We will be able to

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see how they study overseas. I would be interested. To travel and see the

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world is what most students dream of. This'll make a massive

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difference. De Montfort University things at other universities will

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follow in its footsteps in offering other places overseas. He went

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abroad for your degree? Yes, I was in Spain.

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It's League Cup tonight and the stand out game is an all East

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Midlands affair. Derby are visiting Leicester. The Foxes' proud history

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in the competition, three—time winners, set against Derby's memory

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of a 2009 semifinal. Off to Leicester in a moment, but first

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we've caught up with Rams' boss Nigel Clough.

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In one week, two local derbies for the Rams and the first against

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Leicester, the knowledge that the foxes have had the upper hand

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lately. We look at the next batch of seven matches that we have got and

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it is a tougher one than the start. With the cup draw up we have

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Leicester away and Forest away on Saturday. It makes the hard couple

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of weeks. However big the game, no mind games. Nigel Clough speaks with

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once. And Pearson has passion and the attitude to whether the

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speculation about his job security. You get to the stage where you don't

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worry about certain things and you can say to hell with everything. If

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it happens, it happens. If you lose your job, you lose your job. When

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you get to that stage it is much easier to do with things. Darby

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remembered in 2009 what Leicester well know. The glory days there were

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four the taking. The way the boys treat the company —— politician. It

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is the first time we have got through a few rounds for a few

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seasons. The semifinal against Manchester United is the highlight.

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To get any further means beating the three—time winners tired. ——

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tonight. So, let's talk about those

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three—time winners, shall we? Leicester City have lost just once

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this season and won six of the last seven games against Derby. They're

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third in the Championship table. So, the King Power a happy place for

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Mark Shardlow to visit. Derby are unbeaten away from home

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this season, Leicester are beaten at the King —— unbeaten at the King

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Power Stadium. With me is Alan Young. Leicester are third in the

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lead. They have been some great performances, especially against

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Wigan. Not so great a Blackpool but in the second half we won the game.

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In theory it was a late one. Tonight I think both clubs could do without

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this one. Is the league cup, it is seven games in three weeks. If you

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were a manager, would you make changes to your team tonight?

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Absolutely, I have got ten changes. I don't think he will do that. You

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have got to keep all of your players in these quad —— the squad. They

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need to come into the first—team at some stage and come to perform. You

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need to them fit. With so many games coming up, you don't want extra

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time. You don't want extra time and penalties. Alan Young there.

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Also in Cup action are Forest, they're off to Burnley tonight with

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big changes expected for the Forest team. Both games are on your BBC

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Local Radio station and we'll have results here later and goals

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tomorrow. In cricket, Derbyshire and

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Nottinghamshire have begun their final County Championship games of

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the season both trying to avoid relegation. It's Derbyshire who are

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most at risk, stepping out against Warwickshire needing a good win to

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give themselves a chance of survival. They started pretty well,

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too, taking regular wickets early on but then stalling, eventually

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leaving Warwickshire on 285 for eight at the close — two bowling

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points so far. Chris Woakes the man frustrating Derbyshire.

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They'll be watching events at Trent Bridge carefully. For Derbyshire to

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survive, one of Somerset or Nottinghamshire will have to go

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down. Bridge carefully. For Derbyshire to

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survive, one of Somerset or Notts definitely on top after day one.

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Some great batting from Lumb and Hussey.

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One of Leicester Tigers' star players could be out for several

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months. players could be out for several

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Manu Tuilagi is waiting the results of an examination to an injured

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chest. He's certain to miss England's Autumn internationals and

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a number of key games for Leicester. Towards the end of the game on

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Saturday he made a tackle and hurt his arm and he has had a partial

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tear of the pectoral muscle of his chest. He sees better today to see

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the extent of that. At this point we don't know how serious or how Long

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term that will be, it will certainly be a few weeks.

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Meanwhile the Tigers are launching a wheelchair rugby team. They're going

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to play in the UK league from next month. The team will also join up

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with the existing Marauders club to play as Leicester Tigers in European

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competition. The venture's supported by the Matt Hampson foundation and

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follows a boost in the sport following London 2012.

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For most seven—year—olds, a garden is simply a place to kick a ball or

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climb a tree. But for young Ben Rockley from Nottinghamshire a

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garden opens up a host of other even more exciting possibilities. Ben's

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just been crowned Young School Gardener of the Year by the Royal

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Horticultural Society. Carol Hinds went to meet him.

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Ben Rockley is a boy with a passion for gardening. September is a busy

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month for the seven—year—old from the school in Kimberley. It is a

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good time to play Gaelic —— plans garlic and rocket. His school

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entered him into the Royal horticultural Society search for

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young school gardeners. He knew what he was doing, we toured and some

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again he remembered it, he remembered plant names and he was

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absolutely taken with that. He'd beat three other finalists in the

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five to seven—year—old category to scoop the title for Key stage one.

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Today at a special assembly he received prizes and a gardening

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session with one of the competition judges. Is is important for a child

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to learn the basics —— the place a seed has. He also met the Duchess of

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Cornwall and one £500 in vouchers for the school. We have bought some

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new raised bed so we can grow more vegetables and we are thinking about

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getting a greenhouse. Bennett hopes to make a career out of gardening,

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in fact, he has got his eye on a plum job. I would like to be the

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next blue Peter Gardner. I am sure he would get the job! From green

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fingered to green dress. It is quoting different satellite

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picture to show you this evening whether clearer skies have been

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through the day, there are brighter skies. We were quite close to 22 or

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23 Celsius this afternoon. Although it has turned hazy now, there we

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have clear stats, we will see mist and fog developing into the early

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hours and also it is going to be another humid night tonight, staying

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mild, even for the next couple of nights in fact, there are still a

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bit more cloud across the north—east of the region and that is going to

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remain there for the time into the early hours, whether rates remain

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across the South, that is where mist and fog is more likely. Tonight, the

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matches will only dropped to 14 of 15 Celsius. It is a murky start

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first thing tomorrow morning, the mist and fog will come from the

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early part of the morning, we will start to see the skies brightening

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up from the south of the region more. From the north, we start with

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a patchy light rain and drizzle and it will go into the afternoon when

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it comes to sunshine again. That averages are around 20 Celsius. A

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gentle wind and variable tomorrow certainly right. We will see a

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change in the weather as we approach the weekend. Not so much for

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Thursday. Thursday, again, start with the mist and fog around, and

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easterly breeze picking up as well on Thursday. The skies will start to

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brighten gradually into the afternoon. Temperatures will drop by

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a degree or two. 70 Celsius will be the maximum. Low—pressure waiting to

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comment. —— 17 Celsius will be maximum. It will start to push this

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area of rain as well. At the moment we will see the low pressure on the

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evening on Saturday. Call the conditions are coming back. It has

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been very warm for this time of the year. It has been amazing. I will be

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here for the late news that 10:35pm. All of the football results. I can't

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wait! Goodbye.

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