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

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Tonight — the Government threatens to shut down the Al Madinah Free

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School in Derby — for good. Minister accuses the school of delivering a

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poorer standard of education and of discriminating against women and

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girls also tonight, sales at a seven—year high, or are these the

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first signs of a new property boom? The rare medical condition which

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causes excruciating pain in the sufferer's face. Trigeminal

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Neuralgia, you would not wish it on anyone. It is like having your tooth

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drilled without an anaesthetic. Leicester cuts, how familiar

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landmarks left in Prince on local artist. —— imprints. The government

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is threatening to withdraw its funding for a controversial free

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school — unless it takes "swift action" to address major concerns

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over how it's run. Officials say the Al—Madinah school in Derby has

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failed to ensure the safety of its pupils, has delivered an

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unacceptably poor standard of education and discriminated against

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female members of staff. Our reporter Simon Hare is at one of the

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school's two sites in the city. Simon, the Government appears to be

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taking a hard line? Yes, a very hard line after a month of

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investigations, inspections and intense media scrutiny. Today the

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Education Minister wrote this very strongly worded letter to the school

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telling them that unless they make major changes to the way the school

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is run, they will lose funding. It is fair to say that having spoken to

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parents tonight, many remain broadly supportive of what is happening

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here. Parents of schools at Al Madinah Free School arrived to

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collect their children this afternoon. Most had already heard

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that the government was threatening to withdraw funding. There is no

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problem with the school. I think it is the job of the teachers to sort

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everything out. Parents should back the teachers and give their support.

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The government should not withdraw funding. We need schools like this

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in society and in the community. Are you happy with the school? It is

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OK. Parents were given a letter from the school in response to the

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criticism from the government. The Education Minister accused the trust

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which runs the school of breaching the conditions of its funding

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agreement by failing to ensure the safety of children at the school.

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That relates to the lack of paperwork to prove background checks

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have been carried out on staff, delivering an unacceptably poor

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standard of education. We revealed that the regulator accused the skill

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of being inadequate. It was discovered in 18 in its policies

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towards female staff. It failed to discharge its duties and

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responsibilities in respect of the governing body. The government said

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there have been significant failings in the financial management of the

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school. It now has to comply with a list of demands from the government

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by the end of this month. In the letter to the chair of governors,

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the minister warned unless swift action is taken to address these

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concerns, I will become hailed to terminate the funding agreement.

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Tonight the acting principal gave this reaction. We had a team of

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inspectors in earlier this month and they will be publishing a report

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which will be published nationally with their objective views. I look

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forward to when you receive that report, because this is their

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professional objective judgement for the school. There are things we have

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to address. Their view is objective. Well, in that letter to parents, the

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school says that to say the criticisms have come out of the blue

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would be an understatement. They say that the school is struggling to see

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how it is being treated in comparison to other free schools.

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While it intends to cooperate with the Department for Education on

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these improvements, it is also going to be seeking the advice of its

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solicitors. Thank you. Next tonight — If you're looking to a buy a house

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or sell your home, things could be looking up. A survey by the Royal

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Instiution of Chartered Surveyors says house sales here in the East

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Midlands have hit a seven year high and the recovery is gathering pace.

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The news came as the Prime Minister used a visit to this region to

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launch the Government's Help to Buy scheme. Jo Healey reports. This

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woman did not think she would be packing up and moving on until the

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spring, but as soon as it went on the market, her home was stabbed up.

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The estate agent came round on the Tuesday, took photographs on the

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Wednesday, the sign went up on Saturday. We had three viewings on

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the Sunday and had the asking price on them Monday. It went through

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quickly. We were pleased. All the estate agents I spoke to said there

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has been a surge in sales. More crucially, there is an increased

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confidence in the market. We have got plenty of properties coming into

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the market. We have also got plenty of sales being agreed. The

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government's new Help To Buy is helping the market. We are hoping to

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move to a three bedroom house. We have not been able to get the

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deposit together until now. Now this couple have sold, they are heading

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off to live in Turkey. They're quick sale means they are sailing into the

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sunset much sooner than they thought. Well, Jo mentioned the

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Government's new Help to Buy scheme in her report. It was officially

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launched by the Prime Minister this lunchtime — here in the East

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Midlands. Our Political Editor John Hess joins us in the studio. John,

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is it significant that the Prime Minister should chose our region to

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announce the scheme? The East Midlands is a region that's seen

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some of the biggest housing Midlands is a region that's seen

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pressures in recent years. Those new figures from the Royal Instiution of

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Chartered Surveyors are based on findings from its 12,000 members in

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the East Midlands Half of them report sales are up: That's the

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highest level in seven years. But are there enough homes to meet the

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demand. According to East Midlands Councils, seven and a half thousand

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new homes were completed last year — that's half the total of ten years

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ago. And the National Housing Federation says it expects house

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prices for first—time buyers in our region to increase by 36% over the

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next SEVEN years. More For Sale signs are a sure of a recovering

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housing market. Certainly the Prime Minister believes the housing market

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and other changes now in place should make more homes available in

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the East Midlands. But it's wrong to think that the scheme is helping on

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the demand side. It is helping with the supply for the reason that the

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builders will not build unless the buyers are able to buy. This is

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helping to unlock the housing market which is part of a good and balanced

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recovery. But are there concerns of another house price bubble in the

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East Midlands? The Prime Minister says this will" unlock the housing

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market" .It's a basic law of economics: if there's a shortage,

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the price goes up. That's why the National Housing Federation is

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warning an East Midlands spike in property prices for first time

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buyers, the very group the Prime Minister wants to help. Thank you.

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Still to come — top flight speedway in Leicester. After the sport

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collapsed in the city in the 80s, it seems the Leicester Lions are on the

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verge of joining the Elite League. And we are speeding our way into

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winter, we have a temperature roller coasters on the way. Join me later

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in the programme. —— roller coasters. The Old Bailey's heard

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that a teenage terror suspect was arrested after threatening two

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schoolboys with a knife in Loughborough. The seventeen year

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old's accused of preparing weapons and plans for a Columbine High

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School—style attack. For the latest — let's cross to Loughborough — and

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our Social Affairs Correspondent, Jeremy Ball. This is Granby Street

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in Loughborough, not the kind of straight you would expect a

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terrorism investigation to begin, but this is worth the 17—year—old

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was arrested in February after a row with two schoolboys. The details

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emerged in court where he was in the court with an interim media victory

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and cannot be identified. This afternoon witness described how he

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and his friend were confronted here. He said the teenager was wearing

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military style clothing and he told them to stop messing around with a

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drinks can and when they got to this corner, his friend shouted knife!

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The teenager moved towards them pointing a jagged blade. That is

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what led to the arrest and police searched his home. The prosecution

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say more weapons were found and a list of potential targets. These

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included a local mosque and the local council along with this cinema

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and two of the teenager's schools. Today the court heard from a former

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student who talked about a pattern where the teenager used to get

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taunted and then use to respond with death threats. The jury heard from

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one of his former teachers who described him menacingly turning to

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a bag after she reprimanded him. The bag contained two knives and what

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looked like a gun. The teenager on trial has admitted possessing petrol

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bombs and pipe bombs but he has denied that they were for an act of

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terrorism. Fire crews from all over South Derbyshire have been at a

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warehouse fire this afternoon The fire service got numerous calls

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around 3.40pm that this Victorian Warehouse on Northern Road in Derby

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was ablaze. Fire officers from the three Derby stations, as well as

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Long Eaton, Belper and Duffield turned out — along with a high rise

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appliance. Initially it was thought people might be trapped inside, but

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it now appears the building is empty. Damage, though, has been

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extensive. People who have it describe it as one of the worst

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pains on earth. Now a woman from Leicestershire who says she has

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suffered from it for years is hoping to make a world of difference. She

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has set up a global online support group for Trigeminal Neuralgia. As

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our health correspondent reports, this severe facial nerve pain can

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last from just a few seconds to up to two excruciating minutes. It

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feels like my face has got tight. Nicholas Smith says she experiences

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pain in her face many times a day. —— Nikki Samuel. It covers all the

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nerds across my face. It makes my face feel like it is burning ——

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nerves. Trigeminal Neuralgia is not one of the worst pains known to man.

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It is a bit like having your tooth drilled without an anaesthetic. In

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most cases the pain is caused from pressure on an artery. Tumours can

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affected and surgery only cure is some cases. Some people commit

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suicide if they do not get adequate treatment. Sudden changes in

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temperature make it worse and it can be hard to play outdoors. I watch

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Harry through the glass and that is not how it was meant to be.

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Sorry... Just then I had a shock across my face. It makes us very

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sad. The condition is hard for her partner. She has got no control over

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it. It can hit her at any time. She has helped to organise the first

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international awareness Day, eliminating landmarks around the

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globe, a publicity stunt to shed light on condition that affects one

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in 20,000 people in the UK. An inquest jury's witnessed an

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emotional exchange between the sister of a man found fatally

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stabbed three years ago and the psychologist who'd been in charge of

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his mental health care. It happened at the inquest into the deaths of a

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man, his former partner, and their young son in Derbyshire in 2010.

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James Roberson reports. It was at this cottage in 2010 that three

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bodies were found. Those of Rachel Slack and her son Aidan and his

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father Andrew Cairns. The year before, the couple had split up and

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Andrew Kerins lived alone here. Throughout 2009 and early 2010, his

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mental health deteriorated. He was supposed to see his care

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coordinator, but he began to miss appointments. In March, 2010, in

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desperation, he insisted that this woman went with Rachel Slack to see

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him along with his doctor. However he refused to admit any of them. The

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doctor told the jury we had no powers to enter the property or take

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things further. The coroner said that the woman left you a number of

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messages the following day which you made no response. The doctor then

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said to her personally, that was not acceptable and I apologise to you

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for any distress that I may have caused you. She said it would not

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do. The inquest also heard that Andrew's sister could only be

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directly involved in his care with his permission and he was against

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that. Additionally, the doctor was asked if knowing him

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professionally, the deaths that happened later could have been

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foreseen. He said no, he was not violent, it could not have been

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foreseen. The inquest continues. With almost a million young people

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out of work anything to reduce that figure is bound to be welcomed — and

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that's where Nottinghamshire's biggest careers fair may help.

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Thousands of people have been visiting Nottingham Racecourse where

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scores of exhibitors are providing advice and support. And as Quentin

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Rayner reports, for one teenager, going to the fair really paid off.

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Up to 6000 young people and their parents are expected to have

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attended the fair at Nottingham Racecourse. Aimed at 15 to

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19—year—olds, the exhibitors offered advice on the best choices for

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further and higher education as well as apprenticeships. Really useful.

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What do you want to do? I want to be a science engineer. I have been

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searching for apprenticeships and I have found a few. I was looking at

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construction work. How useful has it been? It has been very useful. It

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does lead to a job. They get some real work experience. That stands

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them in good stead either to be taken on by that employer or by

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someone else after they finish their apprenticeship. This man walked into

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full—time employment after an apprenticeship when he visited the

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fair two years ago. The 19—year—old now works as an IT support

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consultant for the training provider who give him his apprenticeship. I

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went to the fair and I learned so much more. You find out a lot more

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that you can do. He is typical of many young people. He wants to work

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and has a great work ethic. He has an interest in IT which he was able

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to develop. When he got qualified, we decided he was too good to lose.

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Success for Jake and that they went down a as well. A leading charity

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says almost a quarter of seven—year—olds, from lower income

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families in the East Midlands, are NOT reaching the expected reading

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standards. Save the Children says the government must act to stop

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pupils falling behind. Simon Ward has been to a school in

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Nottinghamshire that's trying to improve reading skills. At this

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school, they are eager to learn, but in our region, 22% of

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seven—year—olds from low income backgrounds are being left behind.

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More intensive lessons are helping to boost reading ability. These are

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the children of the recession, they were born in the economic downturn

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and are beginning school life now. The charity is campaigning to reduce

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the reading skills gap. With intensive teaching from our highly

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qualified teachers, we returned these children to age expectations.

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Five years ago in Nottinghamshire we started with ten schools and we

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currently have 50 schools who are engaged with reading recovery. This

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boy's reading skills are improving thanks to the scheme. The earlier

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the intervention the better. That is why Reading recovery is so powerful

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because it picks the most honourable children at the age of five and six

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and really nips any problems they have with reading. The charity wants

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the government to increase spending on reading tuition and in the

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meantime schemes like this hope to set pupils on the right course to

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enjoy books and reach the right standards for their age group. It is

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time for the sport. Leicester Tigers director of rugby Richard Cockerill

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has confirmed the signing of Argentine flanker Pablo Matera until

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the end of the season. Matera is just 20 but comes fresh from the

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Southern Hemisphere's version of the Six Nations. He will help to cover

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for the injured Tom Croft. And Cockerill is delighted to have him.

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Very abrasive and tough. We have had some good history with the

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Argentinians and we are delighted to have him. He could be a real find

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for us and hopefully, a decade or so with us would be very nice. In

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football, some bad news for Derby County — striker Johnny Russell will

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be out for around six weeks after breaking a bone in his leg. He

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fractured his fibula during the match with Leeds at the weekend.

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Elsewhere, there are two corking games in the Johnstone's Paint

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Trophy to distract us tonight. Mansfield renew their always spicy

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rivalry with Chesterfield — that's at the One Call Stadium. And Notts

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County have a trip to one of the lower leagues' giants — Wolves. Top

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flight speedway seems set to return to Leicester after 30 years. The

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Leicester Lions say they're confident they'll be awarded

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promotion to the Elite League next month. The sport collapsed in the

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city in the mid 80's. But the revival's been remarkable. And this

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Sunday the biggest crowd of the season is expected when Coventry are

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the visitors. Mark Shardlow reports. It is nearing the end of the

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season. The club the fans fought for for two decades to revive is going

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strong. In tough economic times, the return of speedway has been a

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success. We knew we would start off with a core crowd. The people who

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remember the sport. We have got new supporters who are coming in to

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support us. There is no open ocean and relegation. This time last

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year, they applied to enter the top league but it was turned down. They

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hope for a different outcome next month. The fans are brilliant. They

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deserve the best racing. If they continue to support the club, they

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will end up in the league sooner or later. Speedway has loyal fans. They

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have to be looked after with great racing. To grow, Lester Haas to

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attract newcomers, selling it as a family friendly night out. It is

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great. It is good. I will come again. I always enjoyed it. I'm

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excited about the racing. The little one likes it. This Sunday there is a

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taste of what might be on offer next season. Coventry are in the Elite

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League and they were once the bitterest of rivals. All our local

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teams are in the Elite League. We will be racing against Coventry and

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Wolverhampton. It makes the whole thing far more exciting for our

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supporters. Some fans worry that promotion might mean a change at

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race night, more expensive ad mission and the sustainability of

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the club would be threatened. After a 30 year wait, the top—flight

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speedway seems close to a return. Now as Leicester waits to find if

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it's to become the next UK City of Culture, we're exploring how the

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city has helped shape and inspire an array of creative people. Tonight in

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the second of our series Made in Leicester, our Arts reporter Geeta

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Pendse has been to meet a print maker whose imagination has been

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fired by the city's architecture. In the busyness of life it is easy to

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forget our surroundings, but for this artist, a walk—through

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Leicester is a source of constant inspiration. From the historic

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gallery to the forgotten factories of the city's industrial era, Sarah

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has been documenting Leicester's many buildings through her work. One

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of the things I find is that it is very compact. You get these changes

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in the city very quickly. They're all within yards of each other.

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There are lots of residential streets. The Tory and terraces. ——

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Victorian terraces. These details are minute. There are a lot of

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bricks. Sarah uses a technique which involves carving a design onto a

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piece of lino and cutting out the white areas of the printer. Inc is

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rolled over the design and a machine is used to make the impression on

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paper. I was aware that people who had come to Leicester were very

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modest about their own city and yet I was walking past buildings that

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I've found gorgeous and interesting. There was something in me which

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wanted to make something of those buildings that other people were not

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shouting about. In many ways her work is about inspiring people to

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take a second look at a world that is right in front of them. Such hard

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work, but they are beautiful. They are stunning. It is time for the

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weather. Our heat wave is coming to an end.

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We have seen it out with a bit of a cracker. More sunshine today and

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temperatures were even higher. We were up to 20 degrees in the East

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Midlands and we peaked at 21 degrees. Temperatures are usually

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around 15 degrees, so we are above average. There are changes to come,

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high pressure is building in the West and that means winds will turn

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to a northerly direction and we will bring in much colder air behind this

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cold front. A bit of a shock to the system, it is turning colder and by

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the end of the week, we will pull in brisk winds. Not a lot changing for

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the rest of the day and tonight, it will be dry with clear spells. The

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cloud will thicken later on. Temperature wise, 11 or 12 degrees.

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A little bit cooler than last night. Tomorrow morning, we will

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start off dry, a bit of brightness first thing, but the clouds will

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thicken up and we will see a line of showers moving in. The showers are

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associated with the cold front, some beautiful sunshine in the evening

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tomorrow, but that is when we will start to introduce that cooler air.

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It will feel cooler and fresher with highs of 13 or 14 degrees.

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Temperatures will continue to take a nosedive later in the wake. Dry up

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bright weather, but highs of 11 or 12 degrees —— in the week. Goodbye.

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