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

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Tonight: Police discover body parts in a garden — and they could be a

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decade old. The remains were found in the back garden of this

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semidetached house near Mansfield. First tonight — the bodies of two

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people have been found buried in the back garden of a house in Forest

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Town in Mansfield. I am worried about my daughter's future. I want

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her to have an education, that is her right. The new flood bank

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villagers hope will protect them from scenes like these. And in

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sport, it might be a last visit to Leicester Tigers to Belfast.

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Good evening. First night, the bodies of two people have been found

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buried in the back garden of a house in Forest Town in Mansfield. Police

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say the remains could have been there for more than a decade. No

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arrests have been made but officers are appealing for information not

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just locally but nationally and internationally as well. Our

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reporter is there for us now. Good evening. What led police to this

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discovery? It was a tip—off given to Nottinghamshire police that led them

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to this semidetached property in Mansfield. Then, after digging up

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the garden, that chilling discovery of two bodies. It is not yet known

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what happened here, but officers have told me there are investigating

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an incident which they think happened here in the late 1990s. A

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quiet, cul—de—sac in the centre of a shocking discovery. It was a tip—off

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that led Nottinghamshire police to this semidetached home in the Forest

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Town area of Mansfield. Buried in the back garden, two bodies, thought

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to have been here since the late 1990s. We walk our dogs passed the

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house every night. It is just a shock to realise you have been

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walking past such a scene. What kind of community is this normally? It is

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lovely. Everybody helps each other. Can't believe it. Forensic teams

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have been gathering and removing evidence all day, but police say it

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could take weeks or even months to formally identify the bodies.

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Officers say the community is not at risk. It is a historical enquiry

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because of the length of time the people have been there. Clearly,

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people move on. But any information at all would be really great to

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receive. One neighbour told me an elderly couple living here in the

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1990s suddenly disappeared. Local people assumed they had emigrated.

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No arrests have been made in connection with the discovery of

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these human remains. Officers have told me that the tenant and the

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owner of this property are not linked to their investigation.

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Postmortems have been carried out this afternoon, and until those

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bodies are identified, mystery will continue to surround this quiet

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cul—de—sac. Thank you very much. Parents worried about the future of

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their children's troubled school have met with staff to air their

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concerns. The school, in Derby, admits it faces an enormous task

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meeting a string of demands made by the government earlier this week.

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One parent has told us she believes the Al—Madinah free school is

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failing to give her daughter a broad enough education. Simon Hare has

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more. What are you coming to find out

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tonight? I don't know, wait and see. Parents arrived for a meeting last

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night at the troubled Al—Madinah. Among the parents, this woman. Her

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five—year—old daughter attends the school. She feels there's too much

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emphasis Islamic studies. They need to learn things like English, Maths,

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science. You don't think they do enough of that? They should have

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more of that. But you're not taking your daughter out of school? Right

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now I can't do that. In a letter to the school this week, Education

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Minister Lord Nash threatened to withdraw its funding unless

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governors meet a number of demands to a series of deadlines. In a

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letter of response to the parents, the school's governing body said:

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We understand the school will be found to be inadequate in all areas

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and then placed in special measures. That is only if the school continues

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to receive funding in order to operate. This headteacher, behind

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plans for a new free school in Nottingham, says the Al—Madinah

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experience has made the government much more robust. I think Lord Nash

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has set a new agenda on this particular area, the scrutiny of

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board applications through his civil servants is much greater. The

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criteria that you have to meet is much more rigorous.

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Still to come: The council houses that come with cold 'built in'.

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These properties have cast iron frames, making them freezing in

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winter. But hopes are rising of warmer times ahead. Certainly not

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warming up weather—wise. It will be windy, and wet as well, and you

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remember that weekend last weekend that was so warm and sunny? It is

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not going to be like that this weekend. Full details in the next

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few minutes. Next tonight: BBC research for the

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East Midlands Sunday Politics programme shows that fewer than 1.5%

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of the region's elected councillors are black. One of the few black

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councillors in the East Midlands is warning her community could be left

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feeling alienated and ignored. From Leicester, here's our Political

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Editor John Hess. The vibrant sound of the Caribbean.

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Members of this steel band on their weekly practice session at the

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city's African Caribbean Centre. They certainly make a big sound. It

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celebrates their cultural heritage will stop but when it comes to

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Parliament, they feel the black community is not being heard nearly

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loudly enough. I am not quite sure why we are not getting to more black

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people being there. Maybe a lot of people feel just like they are not

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benefiting from it. Even if it was targets or quarters, that is the way

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I would see it improving. The black community makes up 3% of the

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population. The number of black MPs is half that. The black vote could

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be decisive in 25% of Britain's Parliamentary constituencies. Those

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168 seats are in some of the most marginal seats in the country. This

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woman is one of two black city councillors. She is one of only six

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in the whole of the East Midlands. Black young people will be

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increasingly disenfranchised from the moderate politic. The middle way

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that is represented by our two or three party system will be alien to

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those young people, and I suspect that young people, black and white,

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will seek to find their own solutions. Our black unity say

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without better representations in politics, expect them to turn up the

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volume. MPs Chris Williamson and Andrew

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Bridgen will debate the issue on the Sunday Politics for the East

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Midlands. That's with Marie Ashby from 11:15 on BBC One. Next tonight,

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A 22—year—old man has become the eighth person to appear in court

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charged with murdering four members of the same family in Leicester.

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Shehnila Taufiq and her three teenage children all died in a fire

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at their home on Wood Hill last month. Tristan Richards and seven

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other men have been remanded in custody accused of killing them.

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Police say a man who carried out a violent sex attack in Mansfield may

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have been left with bite marks on his hand. The assault happened on

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Racecourse Park last month. A woman was punched in the face as she

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walked her dog and was then attacked. Officers say she bit the

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man — and his clothing could have been left dirty and bloodstained.

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Firefighters across the East Midlands will strike for a second

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time a week tomorrow. The five hour protest is against planned changes

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to their pensions. The Fire Brigades Union held a four hour strike last

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month as part of the same dispute. The Government has called the action

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"totally unconstructive and unnecessary".

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A fresh bid is being made for lottery money to redevelop

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Nottingham Castle as a major tourist attraction. You may remember, the

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first attempt was turned down earlier this year.

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The City Council now wants to spend a total of £26 million on new

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buildings and galleries — with the main theme being a riot which

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virtually destroyed the castle. Quentin Rayner reports.

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This bed for £15 million of Heritage Lottery funding to help redevelop

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Nottingham Castle into a world—class tourists attraction has less to do

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with Robin and more to do with a bunch of rioters who set fire to

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this place over 180 years ago and gutted it. In October 1831, a group

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of Parliamentary reformers marched on the castle. They were furious the

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reform bill had been defeated, scuppering electoral reform. The

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Duke of Newcastle had voted against it in the Lords. The march turned

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into a riot, and the palace was set alight with only the holes left

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standing. The castle was never restored on the jukebox Mac

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lifetime, he saw it as a symbol, a lasting rebuke to the people of

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Nottingham for having dared to provoke his ire. It is a fantastic

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story, dramatic, spectacular. They have got a much better castle to

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look forward to. They came up here and rioted and changed the face of

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this country. We need to make sure we get something for Nottingham. If

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the lottery bid is successful, it will be used to build a brand—new

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visitor centre and new galleries at the castle. Soon the public will get

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a flavour of what they could be like. From next year, new,

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interactive technology will allow visitors to use their smart phone to

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scan their device over objects and displays connected with the riot and

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see them come to life. Such as these leather wall panels which survived

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the fire. Visitors will be able to hold their tablet to these panels

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and will be able to look around with their tablet and see the gallery.

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The council hopes by next April two bid has not been shot down in flames

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again. Police investigating the death of a

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man found in a derelict building in Derby have released — on bail — one

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of the men they arrested. Firefighters found the body of a

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thirty year old in a disused building on Great Northern Road on

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Tuesday. A 53—year—old was released without charge. A 39—year—old has

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been released on bail. Officers have yet to release the identity of the

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man who died. The police have released an image of

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a man they want to speak to in connection with a drugs incident in

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Leicester. Officers went to a house in the Henley Crescent area of

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Braunstone on 18th August and found the premises were being used as a

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cannabis factory. A man was seen running from the house. The police

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believe the man pictured may have key information. Motorists in

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Nottingham are being warned to prepare for more rush—hour misery as

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another set of works gets underway this weekend on the ring road. It is

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a week ahead of major works on the A52, just days after parts of the

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city were brought to a virtual standstill because of lane closures,

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and work to the district heating system.

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You might as well just stay at home. Still to come, we have that lovely

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weekend weather forecast. Plus, the villagers who are hoping they will

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not need their wellies after the installation of a new flood bank.

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Some people living in Derby say they have been dreading the dropping

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temperatures. The reason, they live in council houses with cast iron

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frames which they claim make them absolutely freezing in winter. But

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help could be on the way. Since moving to this house in Derby

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from Wales three years ago, this woman says she has seen her energy

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bills go through the roof. Absolutely horrendous, we are

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spending £50 a week, 25 on gas and 25 on electric. You can see the

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house —— the heat going out of the house. This is one of the houses

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that was built from cast iron panels. In the past, they have had

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internal installation fitted, but she says not nearly enough. You have

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got to have the heating on in winter 24 hours. As soon as the heating was

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off, it is really cold in here. We're refurbishing the external face

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of the homes here by adding installation and rendering the

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properties. Her landlord has grants to put in installation on these

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types of houses. The work we're doing will improve the fuel bills

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and reduce them considerably, and will enhance the installation has

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already been applied to these houses. Having extra wall cladding

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should make a difference. Such insolation can improve. It can even

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be designed to blend with increasing —— existing housing. This looks like

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solid brick but it is actually cladding. It is about one centimetre

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thick. Back in Derby, these houses will have similar cladding. They

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also hope now to get grants to insulated the rest of the houses. If

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we can get this scheme approved and secure grant funding from energy

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companies to support this work, we're hoping we will be able to

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complete all of these house times across the course of the next year

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or so the city. A new flood defence scheme opened

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today after decades of flooding in South Derbyshire. It's cost almost

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nine million pounds and taken just over a year to finish.

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Environment officials and local people say the investment will help

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avoid major clear up operations when the waters rise. Simon Ward reports.

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This river is beautiful today, but also notorious for flooding and

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causing misery for homeowners. The villages around this area have been

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badly affected by flooding over the years. Today, the new defences were

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opened, protecting the communities. 1600 homes and businesses should

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benefit from the barriers. They cover more than three miles of the

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river. The flood banks themselves may not look particularly

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impressive, but the Environment Agency say they are designed to hold

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back a one in 100 year flood, perhaps the worst possible flood.

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And they can prevent 500 cubic metres of water flowing a second.

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lot of the expense takes place underground. Floodwater conceit

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beneath embankments as well. We have to put foundations in that

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waterproof and bury them again. A lot of work has gone on. This woman

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has lived in Hatton all her life. It was horrific. It came through our

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garden like a tsunami. It literally pulled down the wall of five

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bungalows, and water came everywhere. We were just like a

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lake, surrounded by water for about three days. Couldn't get in or out.

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So here it is. The local MP officially opened the flood defence

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scheme. Residents say it is a relief to know they can now live without as

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much fear of flooding. Drier times ahead. It is sport time

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now, and a massive night in rugby because the Tigers Heineken Cup

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campaign gets underway. Which is why we have sent Colin to soak up some

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of the atmosphere. This is Ravenhill, the home of

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Ulster rugby. They are spending a lot of time developing it for big

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European nights like this. A visit from Leicester Tigers. It is the

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opening of the Heineken Cup. Hopes for Leicester are very high indeed.

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It has to be said, the team going to face Ulster tonight is weaker, and

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the fans are not expecting a huge deal. More importantly, big European

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nights at places like Ravenhill are under threat. The Heineken Cup is on

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its last legs. The English and French leagues think that the Celtic

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nations and the Italians are taking too much money out of the system and

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a qualification for them is simply too easy. As a result, plans for a

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breakaway competition are well underway. Only the best survive. The

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French and the English have to have an equal share. Never mind the

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history, never mind Leicester's great Heineken moments. The

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competition is on its last legs as the French and English clubs sees

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the power to match their muscle. Whether it be Leicester or the

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English clubs or to lose for the French clubs, there is a value to

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that. That is the nature of business. It is all important

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European prestige and the Leicester Tigers. But 2002 seems a long time

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ago. If you look at what Leicester have achieved in the past, winning

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the European cup twice. You are part of Europe's elite when that happens.

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We have got a responsibility to the past to perform to the best of our

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ability. I was involved in the team that won the Heineken Cup. It's

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huge. It is so difficult to win it. The benefit of a new competition may

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be a better chance for that Tigers to win it. The atmosphere is

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fantastic. The supporters get behind their team really well. All the

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players lift their intensity levels. If you want to win in Europe, you

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have got to play against the best teams in the league. An Irishman may

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relish Leicester's tribes but he may want his countrymen to share in the

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enjoyment. —— Leicester's triumphs. The European cup is dead, long live

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the European cup. The last thing we heard there was

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that fans will get what they want, when they want European rugby. Let's

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ask people in this pub in Belfast. We can dig a few of them out here.

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They are coming through with the bears. Begin is is flowing. Let me

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dive in this way. How much the European nights mean to you? It

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means everything. The fans are here ready to go, we are excited about

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the outcome. Can't wait. Can I ask, is it looks like there may be a

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possibility that Ulster may be off the agenda. How much would you miss

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that? It would be great to see them off the agenda. We have got to win

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this game to get through to the final. But evenings like this in

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Belfast? Fantastic. The atmosphere is great. Thank you very much. Enjoy

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the game. Nottingham Rugby in action this evening as well, they are away

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at Plymouth. The Nottingham Panthers are in cup action as well, two games

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for them. They are at home tomorrow night to Coventry, and away in Hull.

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Good luck to all of our footballers on international duty as well.

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Mansfield town, at home to Bristol Rovers. They are trying to come back

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from two successive defeats, one of them in the trophy. But they have

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had a cracking start the season and there is a great atmosphere around

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the stadium and that where that game is tomorrow. Back to the rugby and

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that question about Europe. Is it going to be sorted out for the fans

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of Irish provinces and the Welsh and Scots and the Italians, and what

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about tonight as well? BBC Radio Leicestercommentary team is here. Is

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it going to be sorted out, it is isn't it? All we can do is hope. It

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has got a long way to run yet. The unions are getting involved know

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which has good, Kate matters —— which is going to complicate

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matters? Nights like this, everybody has been talking to me about the

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atmosphere. Explain the atmosphere. It is electric. We have been

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thrashed on two occasions, but we have always had a welcome here at

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Ravenhill. I expect tonight will be superb. Leicester are under

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pressure, a lot of changes to the team. It will not be easy. Anywhere

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in Ireland is a difficult place to come to. For clubs like Leicester

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that is the challenge. That is the challenge we love in Europe. We

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don't win that often when we come over here. Maybe tonight is the one

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step too far for us. We have had a lot of injury problems. But of the

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Leicester spirit is there, we will not disgrace ourselves. We will see

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what happens and catch up with at all. You can keep up with it here on

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BBC East Midlands Today. Can I say hello to a couple of people. The

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Quinn family, thank you very much for helping us out earlier on. And

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also a 60—year—old man who still plays who is being honoured

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tomorrow. I am intrigued, I want to know what

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the Quinn family did. There is nothing much nice about our weather

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forecast tonight apart from the weather forecaster. Thank you very

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much, you're far too kind. You will regret saying that in a moment. The

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weather forecast is not going to be very pretty unfortunately. It will

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be wet and cold this weekend. It will certainly be very windy as

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well. I hope you get used to them because they are not going anywhere

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over the next 48 hours or so. As far as this evening, we have got a few

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drizzly Scherer making their way north words. As we move into the

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early hours, more persistent rain. It is spreading into parts of

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Leicestershire and Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire largely getting away with

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it. It will be relatively mild, much milder than the last couple of

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nights. Ten or 11 degrees is not too bad. The problem is it is not going

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to budge too much as we make our way into the weekend, this band of rain

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slowly making its way up. If you are doing anything in the afternoon, and

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with the international breaking news that leads to take centre stage, a

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couple of games across the East Midlands, you will probably need to

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take the umbrella with you. The rain will be heavy and northern parts on

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Saturday afternoon. It will not be particularly pleasant at all. Those

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temperatures, around 12, 13 Celsius. But let's talk about wind—chill. It

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becomes more like nine, 10 Celsius. Sunday is slightly better, slightly,

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as it starts off wet, but thankfully this system will start to spin away

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from us. We will get a little pocket of drier and brighter weather in the

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afternoon as well. But unfortunately, with all of these

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low—pressure systems knocking about at the moment, it will not be too

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long before we see the next lot of wet weather. However, we might get a

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couple of drier days to start off the new working week. But notice the

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little blue spot their hanging over the UK and that air mass will eat a

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more cold weather. The wind will pick back up again and it will turn

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things really quite cold. A wet weekend in front of us. I wish I

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could bring you better news but I cannot. It is like a little conveyor

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belt of nastiness at the moment. I just thought I saw it move a

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little bit. Have a great weekend despite that. Goodbye.

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