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

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Tonight, new evidence and a new impetus in the hunt for Madeleine

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Mccann. Police say it is vital they chase this man but in Rothley, there

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are fears that any breakthrough may have come through too late. I hope

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it is not but in my heart of hearts, it is a long time since the poor

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girl was snatched. Also tonight, police link the

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disappearance of a couple with the human remains found at this house.

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Plus, made in face two, why the Chinese love these ?35,000 so thes.

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`` plus made in Long Eaton. Many people have gone to China and taken

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the brand values with them. And the city that wants more of its

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schools to become the `` dyslexia friendly. I can now talk to people

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and help them. Good evening and welcome to Monday's

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programme. First tonight, police say they've made huge progress in

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establishing what happened to Madeleine McCann. It's six years

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since she disappeared while on a family holiday in Portugal. A

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special Crimewatch programme tonight will show new images of a man

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detectives want to interview. Quentin Rayner is in Madeleine's

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home village of Rothley in Leicestershire. Good evening. Good

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evening. This village remains the home of the McCann family. It

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clearly has a close affinity with the case than anywhere else. A flame

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is permanently lit at the Village warm up Oriel as you can see in

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memory of Madeleine and in the hope that she will be found. This village

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like everywhere else has been waiting for six years for any news

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about mother Lynne. Many people will be watching Crimewatch tonight in

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the hope it brings fresh clues. Beckon passionately follow any

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developments here in Rothley but opinions have been hardened. I think

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it is too late. I hope it is not but in my heart of hearts, it is a long

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time since the poor girl was snatched. If it was an English

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investigation at the beginning, it would have been resolved by now and

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it will be sorted out. It happened in May, we were out in August and my

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impression was that nothing were happening `` nothing happen. You

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would have expected something to happen and develop all the time. I

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think it is late in the day. Crimewatch will focus on two new

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e`fits of a man carrying a child towards the beach. Two different

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witnesses saw him described as white and aged between 20`40. Police it is

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vital that they speak to him. The e`fits a very clear and I would ask

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people to look at them and if they know who that person is, please come

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forward. Crimewatch will also show a reconstruction of the minutes

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leading up to Maddy's disappearance with actors playing the McCanns and

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then the Met Police says the accepted version of events had

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significantly changed. We are not the people who have done something

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wrong here, it is the person who has gone into that apartment and taken

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the little girl away from a family. When it is a special occasion when

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you should be your happiest, and Madeleine is not there, that is when

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it hits home. Hope still burns in Rothley. Delight's programme may

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help it keep burning brighter. `` tonight's programme.

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Appeals will also be made in the Netherlands, Ireland and Germany but

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did not transmit prominently in Portugal which has surprised some

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people. The programme will also featured pictures of people that the

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police are anxious to talk to and it is understood that both Kate and

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Gerry McCann will make a live appeal from the Crimewatch studio tonight.

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And that programme is here on BBC One at nine o'clock.

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Thank you. Tonight, the BBC's Richard Bilton is

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in Praia da Luz on the Algarve. We spoke to him a short time ago and I

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asked him what, now, was the feeling in the resort about this case. On

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the one hand, there is a little more hope because once again, there are

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media people here, attention drawn to the case. It was 6.5 years ago

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since she disappeared from this apartment and that is a sense that

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this is a long time. I spoke to people here today and their general

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view was that it might help, there was no concern that it was a British

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police investigation, they just thought if this helps, this takes us

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in the right direction. The British police are saying that this is not

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something that will end imminently, they are saying this is part of a

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long haul but they believe that this e`fit is potentially very important.

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In those 6.5 years, only one fact remains and that is the fat that

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Madeleine McCann disappeared. We do not know much more than that. But

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for 2.5 years, the operation run by the Metropolitan Police have taken

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information from private detectives, Leicestershire Police,

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the police here in Portugal and they have combed for clues and this is

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the first chance they have two ask the public for help. People are

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seeing this as it is. There is a chance here but they are not getting

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too excited because it is a long time. Thank you very much.

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We're joined now by a former police chief superintendent and now senior

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lecturer in criminology at the University of Derby, Nick Howe.

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Thank you for joining us. What are the chances of Madeleine actually

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being found after all this time? I think as investigators, the team

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will remain optimistic but as you have already identified, six years

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on and with significant complexity to the investigation, nonetheless

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police think they have got positive lines of enquiry. Until they

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bottlenose one way or another, they will be optimism by the team. In

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terms of the approach, is there anything that stands out as being

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significant in the way they are meticulously handling this? The

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challenge is that they have got to start from a blank piece of paper

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again. They must 0 start from a blank piece of paper

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again. They must ignore all previous perceptions, all analytical

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conclusions that the previous investigation has come to and that

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is a challenge. I have got some degree of confidence would these

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fresh lines of enquiry. There will be a proper investigation. White

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actor in your experience, do these e`fit images and photographs, do

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they actually work? They do and thank goodness that

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people like yourselves and the media are promulgating these images. They

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can trigger. They are not identification in their own right

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but they serve a purpose and they can add confirmatory evidence to

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investigations going on in the background. We will keep our fingers

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crossed. Thank you for joining us. You're watching East Midlands

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Today. Next tonight, police say the

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disappearance of an elderly couple at a house where human remains were

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found is now central to their investigation. Detectives say it's

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not a "great leap" to imagine that the bodies dug up last week are

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those of William and Patricia Wycherley. They lived there during

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the '90s before disappearing without trace.

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The forensic tent has been removed, the patio area filled in. There are

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now few signs to show this is where the remains of two bodies were

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buried for more than a decade. Police confirmed the elderly couple

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who used to live that this house on Glenn close are central to their

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investigation `` blending close. William and Patricia Wycherley moved

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into this house in 1987. Neighbours say they kept to themselves and

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when, in 1998, they vanished, it was believed that they had emigrated.

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Last week, detectives received a tip`off about an incident in the

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late 1990s and they discovered the remains in the back garden. Finding

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out what happened to the couple after they disappeared is key to

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this enquiry. Williams would now be 100 and Patricia, 79. Earlier today,

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I spoke to Mr Wycherley's niece who lives in Staffordshire. She added to

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the mystery by telling local newspapers that up until four years

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ago, her family had continued to receive business cards from the

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couple. Detectives have spoken to her and other members of the family

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in a bid to find out more information. Postmortem examinations

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of the remains took face on Friday. Anthropological assessments take

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place tomorrow. That is a study of the bones which usually help to

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identify the victims and discover any evidence of trauma which may

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have led to their deaths. Because of that, police cannot say with 100%

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certainty who they have found here but they say it is not a great leap

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to imagine that the remains which have lain undiscovered in this back

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garden for around 15 years are those of the Wycherleys.

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Governors at the Al Madinah School in Derby say that they've received

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death threats because of the publicity surrounding the school.

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There have been allegations that the school has discriminated against

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female staff and pupils, delivered poor standards of education, and

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failed to ensure children's safety. The Department for Education has

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given the school and its governors until tomorrow to address five

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urgent concerns or lose its funding. A new film's been released, based on

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the experiences of Nottingham climate change activists, whose

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group was infiltrated by an undercover policeman. Mark Kennedy

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spied on the group for seven years, and had intimate relations with at

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least one of its members. The campaigners have helped to make an

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internet film about the case, which is still under investigation.

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A Derbyshire council says that dyeing the water in a disused quarry

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black has helped keep people away. The site at Harpur Hill, near

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Buxton, often attracted swimmers because of its bright blue

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appearance. However the water is highly alkaline and can cause skin

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complaints. High Peak Borough Council says the number of visitors

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fell this year despite the warm summer weather.

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A hospital trust, criticised for higher`than`expected mortality

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rates, say they're committed to making sure the number of deaths

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keeps falling. Three months ago, the Government dispatched inspectors to

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Sherwood Forest Hospitals. The resulting Keogh Report said there

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was a culture which focused on money, not patient care. Today,

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hospital managers told us many changes have been made. Here's our

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health correspondent, Rob Sissons. The Keogh Report took some of the

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shine off Kingsmill's gleaming new facilities. Some may feel like a

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distant memory but bosses cannot forget the 13 areas the report

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focused on for improvement. Patient safety has been central to this so

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crucially, straightaway, we increased the number of nurses we

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have an hour the range of medical cover that we have. Following the

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Keogh Report, they have brought in longer handovers between nursing

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staff, fewer transfers of patients between wards which was happening

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too much and clearer whistle`blowing policies. The hospitals hope to come

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out special measures next year. They have been listening to patients more

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they say, and checking on them more frequently on the wards. We go in

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between every one and two hours. Nicky sure they are not in pain,

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changing position, things like that `` making sure. And making sure that

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we mark things to make sure we mark what time we are expected in again.

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We found it has cut down on the number of us is that I used. The

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trust admits that staff have been pushed at times to the limits in the

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past. Understaffing is a key area to be sorted out. There is talk of more

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nurses and getting the balance right between trained and untrained staff.

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Be more qualified staff on a unit, the better for the patients to be

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able to cooperate `` spend time on the wards. `` the more qualified.

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The trust can now focus more on patient care.

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Exports from the East Midlands to China are on the up again, and it's

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now become our third largest market. The Chancellor George Osbourne is

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out there to encourage trade with the UK. Our success stories include

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a firm of architects who've won their biggest ever order. A company

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selling beer to the Chinese. And the furniture`maker taking orders for

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luxury sofas at ?35,000 a time. This week we're looking at our

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growing links with China and here's Mike O'Sullivan's first report.

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Luxury from Long Eaton in Derbyshire, this is an upmarket

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furniture maker which employs 200 people. Exports to China account for

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10% of the business. I got to sit on the most expensive item here. Built

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to order, this sofa sells for ?35,000 in China. Who is buying? A

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combination between the emerging middle classes and the super`rich

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but what they all are are well educated in brand across the world.

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Export to China and Hong Kong went up again last year. And in the first

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half of this year, they have reached ?788 million, despite China's

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economic slowdown. The contracts keep coming in for this firm of

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architects in new work which has completed 200 projects in China. ``

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in Newark. A combination of financial districts with 20 towers,

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hotels, residential towers, retail, conference centres, you name it, it

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will be there. Starting out, a marketing company in Nottingham

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aiming to sell East Midlands ales to China. The first shipment has been

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delivered. There is this increasing market for premium beers from

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Britain, Germany, Belgium and we think that is midlands beers could

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go down very well. At Duresta, the company has employed a graduate in

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Mandarin to boost sales. Eight orders came in for the sofas with

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?35,000 ` in one day! Chinese customers love the glamour, the

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luxury and the wealth and Crossman ship `` craftsmanship. Once are to

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expand the company in the area. Tomorrow Mike will be looking at how

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universities are trying to boost their income from China. A little

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bird told me you bought one of those. No, I bought another server!

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`` sofa. From luxury sofas to lucky pants. Coming up, the football

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manager who's more superstitious than most. We are clinging to any

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superstition for the weather, red sky at night, will it be Shepherd's

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daylight? I will have the details later.

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More delight now, because here is Colin with the sport.

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First, several big names have lost out on funding from UK Athletics

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ahead of the Olympics in Rio in 2016. Among them, Hucknall hurdler

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Andy Turner and middle`distance runner Lisa Dobriskey. Lisa, who

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lives in Loughborough, says she's really hurt by the move. A host of

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well`known athletes got an email telling them they have been axed

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from lottery support following a tightening of the rules by UK Sport.

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Lisa misses out after making an Olympic final in London and with big

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hopes for Rio. We'll be looking at the whole issue tomorrow of funding

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for athletes and how the news effects track stars like Lisa.

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Onto football, and the Mansfield Town boss Paul Cox has been linked

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with the vacant job at Sheffield United. Cox is a bright, young

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manager and his stock is high after taking the Stags into the football

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league last season. His side have also had a great start to life in

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League Two. They are seventh and in a play`off spot after this draw over

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Bristol Rovers at the weekend. Earlier, Cox popped into the studio

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and I asked him if there was any truth in the rumours about the

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Sheffield job. I have not heard anything from any

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football club. I think the chairman would let me know if there was. But

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it is nice to be linked with such a big club with such a great

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tradition. It means that people are obviously thinking I am doing a good

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job. Your heart must be at Mansfield, you must want to stay's I

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have really enjoyed my time there and I enjoy the support I get from

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the supporters and my staff. But at this minute, it is just rumours. You

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have got this fantastic win percentage, three quarters of your

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games, you have one. We will try to keep it going. It is a tough figure

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to carry on when you look at some of the great managers in the game and

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their ratios but the players deserve a great of the credit and respect

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and a pat on the back for what they have done. We are working hard as a

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club to try to raise the bar and to push ourselves forward. Your

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chairman wants you even further forward, in the championship, can

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you do that? There are some clubs who have done that and we have got a

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very proactive chairman who wants to push the club all the way. If we

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keep working hard and keep our feet on the ground, you never know. I

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have to ask you about superstitions, you may be the most superstitious I

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have heard of! Tell us about your routines. Everything, the kit

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eyewear, the pants eyewear, the food I eat. I didn't think I was the only

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one out there! People will tell me different now but I am really

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superstitious about winning. I take it very seriously and maybe I take

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it a bit too far but we are what we are and they are harmless,

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superstitions. I will continue in that vein. Until you have worn the

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same pants too long! Thank you for joining us.

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In rugby, Leicester Tigers started their European campaign with defeat

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at Ulster. But they did come back from Belfast with what could be a

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crucial losing bonus point from a lively encounter. I went along for

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Tigers' latest European adventure. Friday night European rugby is

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always a bit special, especially in Belfast where Leicester have

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suffered to Heineken Cup humiliations in the past. All of you

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here on the weighty Ravenhill, Tiger said the job was to keep the fans

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quiet. Not that they lack support, the family of their Irish full`back

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as well. Friday night in Ravenhill is always a big night but the Tigers

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will do it. It looked like their ambitions would be realised, a high

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octane opening and unlocking the Ulster defence. But Ulster came

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roaring back and the younger Morris was unfortunate to have the best

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view in the house as a devastatingly good crossfield kick found its mark

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just inches from his head. Still, in a cauldron`like Ravenhill, it all

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looked promising until this chic twist of fate and a deserted card.

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That came after relentless pressure and with the extra man, Ulster made

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it pay, nine points in the lead. A gap of less than seven means a

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losing bonus point and they add up. Hugh Owen Williams, who first

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smacked the upright and then kicked Leicester close enough to take some

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reward. That is the kind of game that European rugby is all about,

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bodies left, right and centre, all on the line. Not what Tigers wanted

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but not many teams will come to Ravenhill and run Ulster quite that

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close. That was my take, but not every fan agreed. We turned up and

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as usual, the team did not. But this was a Leicester side that arrived

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with just ten fit backs. Hard to win anywhere in those circumstances. We

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are stripped back to our bare`bones and with the resolve of the guys

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have shown this evening, they were the hallmarks of the real champions.

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Treviso at home next. Time for Leicester fans to turn up the

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atmosphere. Another excellent weekend for

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Notthingham Panthers. Two Challenge Cup wins ` one in Hull last night

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and the other at home to Coventry on Saturday night. Panthers went into

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the third period level, but raced away with three third period goals,

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including this from a goalkeeping howler. It finished 5`3 to Panthers

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who have lost just once all season. Going well in action there in Europe

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with the Continental cup in Nottingham.

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Thank you, Colin. A school in Leicester has been given

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a top award for the way it teaches children with dyslexia. Glebelands

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Primary has officially achieved "dyslexia`friendly" status. There

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are also several other schools in the city which are working towards

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this award. Austin and Jade have been having

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extra lessons for the past year. Let's give the game a name. Their

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school, Glebelands Primary, is one of several in the city which has

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been recognised for helping children with dyslexia. We use a multisensory

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approach to learning. As well as seeing and hearing, they are doing

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lots of physical activity as well. Making things, using their hands.

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They also record things in different ways so that we are not always

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asking them to write because that is a strain for them. We have had

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children who struggle with accessing their learning. Through our

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interventions, they have successfully managed to sit their

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tests in year six, something we never thought they would do. Quite

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accurate it is estimated that 10% of adults have dyslexia. `` It is

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estimated that 10% of adults have dyslexia but these interventions are

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here to help parents. You want to read a bedtime story with them and

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she climbs up and find it difficult to stop it is difficult and sad to

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see him struggling and to feel that he is thick, as he was described as,

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or he cannot do things. For these two, the lessons have made a

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difference. When I was in class, sometimes I would be scared to put

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my hand up and speak. But now I can talk to people and help them. I used

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to not be able to read books at all, I had to guess it and my mum used to

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read them to me. I used to try to read them with her but I couldn't.

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But now, I can read them by myself, I read them to her. Teachers hope

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the lessons learned here will set the pupils up for life.

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Great initiative. What lovely kids as well. It is that time again when

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we find out just how cold and wet we will be. Stuck under this horrible

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area of low pressure. It has been dreadful, cold, wet and

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windy thanks to this area of low pressure which has been pretty much

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slap bang over us giving us some heavy outbreaks of rain and some

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gusty winds. If we run the clock forward, you see things slowly

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improving. The low pressure is pushing east, taking the rain with

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it and behind that we are left with a bit of a lull for tomorrow. Things

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are improving. It will be drier and perhaps a bit writer but it will be

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much, as well. `` a bit writer. The satellite picture shows a pretty

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spectacular swirl of cloud around the area of low pressure but it has

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not been pretty is being stuck under that. The showers are easing as the

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low pulls away but eventually we will dry out. Missed and fog forming

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by the morning but at least we are keeping fairly mild tonight.

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Tomorrow morning, quite misty and murky, a bit of fog but that should

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lift quite quickly and the cloud is a bit more stubborn so it stays

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quite great through the morning and later on into the afternoon, we are

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hoping the cloud will break up `` quite great through the morning. ``

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grey. Feeling a bit warmer although temperatures of 13 Celsius are

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pretty dismal. Into Tuesday and into Wednesday, another area of low

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pressure quite close by giving us this weather front which will bring

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us more rain on Wednesday. As we start of dry, we will see thickening

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cloud with heavy rain throughout the middle part of Wednesday and again

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it feels cool with highs of 12 Celsius. Once this clears out of the

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way, we should be pulling in something a little bit warmer so

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drier and brighter on Thursday and highs of 16 Celsius by then.

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Ending on a positive! We do try! We are back at 10:30pm. Goodbye.

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