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

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Tonight: Closing within week ` a care home for people with severe

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dementia. More than 30 patients will have to move out by November. Five

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weeks from Christmas and they are putting those people through total

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misery. Also, please step up their hunt for two toddlers taken from

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their mother. Plus, a terror trial at the Old Bailey is told about guns

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found at a teenager's home. And find out why I am at the home of

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summarising Newton to discover more about his family tree. `` Sir Isaac

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Newton. Good evening and welcome to the

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programme. First tonight, inspectors have ordered the closure of a care

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home in East Midlands because of big worries about failing standards.

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In a damming report, the Care Quality Commission found many of the

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residents who had dementia were not having their needs met adequately.

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At least 33 people are currently at the home and now face being moved.

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Our health correspondent Rob Sissons has the latest.

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The owners of this home in Nottingham say they had been

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struggling to bring me home up to scratch. The inspectors found a

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catalogue of problems. Residents were not being safeguarded from the

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risk of abuse, staff not always responding to basic care needs,

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residents at risk of neglect. Elizabeth is one of at least 33

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residents who now face the people of moving. Her son visits every day but

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tonight said he simply could not break the news to her. I have not

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told my mother because I do not want to upset her. At 103, there is a big

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chance that a move from here would be her last move. The inspectors

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said, we saw that some people did not have access to an emergency call

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alarm in their bedroom. There was a lack of staff in communal areas. We

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saw one person supported to beat two breakfasts when another person did

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not get any food or assistance. The inspection report makes for

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depressing reading but the picture painted is not one David recognises.

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It is absolutely fantastic. I have no complaints. I have not seen

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anything untoward. I trust the staff 100%. Methodist homes, a charity,

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took over the facility in 2011, after the collapse of Southern

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Cross. They say they have struggled to improve it. They have refurbished

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the centre but there was concern is about care which led to the closure

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decision, supported by Nottingham social services. The city council

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would not put anyone up for interview but they told us these

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decisions for closure are only made in very rare and exceptional

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circumstances. They have said they want to reassure relatives that they

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will do all they can to ensure the smooth transition of residence to

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alternative homes. Worrying times for residents and

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their families. What is going to happen? Tomorrow there are going to

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be meetings at the hospital for families and relatives of the

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residents at the care home. They will be told what arrangements will

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be made. It is likely that a lot of the residents will be offered

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alternative homes. But as we heard from David in the report, how

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traumatic will that be for some of these people? A lot of them have

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dementia and change is extremely unsettling for them and their

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families. I have heard from David, but it would be interesting to hear

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what other relatives think. He says he does not recognise what the

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inspectors... He is happy? He thinks the staff are doing a good job. He

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is happy? He thinks the staff are doing a good job. Here's their two

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and half hours a day, not all I think there are a lot more

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developments to come but the 9th of November is the date they are

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looking towards closing the home. For now, thank you.

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A terrorism trial has been told that police found several lethal guns

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when they searched the home of a Leicestershire teenager.

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The jury's heard that he was planning a Columbine`style massacre

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at his former school in Loughborough. Our social affairs

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correspondent Jeremy Ball is at the Old Bailey in London. Who's been

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giving evidence this afternoon? The jury heard from the police firearms

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expert who examined the weapons and ammunition found that the

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teenager's home. He showed us ten different guns, all of them have

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guns, `` all of them bear guns and other things, but powerful enough to

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kill people. The police found a downloaded document on the boy's

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computer which gave instructions to make real pistols. The boy had

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started making modifications consistent with the instructions. We

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cannot identify the 17 `year`old on trial for legal reasons, but today

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he was accompanied in the dock by an intermediary. His Asperger's

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syndrome makes it difficult for him to concentrate. The jury has been

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told about plans he made to attack Muslims and his own school in

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Loughborough. They heard he had admitted possessing petrol bombs and

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pipe bombs. What they have got to decide is whether those weapons

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really were being stockpiled for an act of terrorism.

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Still to come on the programme tonight: A surprise appearance at

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the City ground on Saturday. The Forest chairman's wife witnessed

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her first ever game and saw her husband as she's never quite seen

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him before. We have seen some of these before.

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Typical autumnal weather today. Have we seen the back of the rain? All of

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the details coming up later. Two young children who were taken

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from their mother's care by their father are still missing tonight.

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Saleem Tahir from Nottingham took the brother and sister from a hotel

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near Stoke on Friday. Both children are under the age of three. Here's

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our chief news reporter Quentin Rayner.

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Two and a half `year`old and her brother have not been seen for three

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days. They were taken at 5pm on Friday from a room at this hotel

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near Stoke`on`Trent where they were staying with their mother. Her

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father 40 `year`old Saleem Tahir forced is way past their maternal

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grandmother and took the children. Detectives believe they are with him

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and his mother, a 67 `year`old, who is also the children's grandmother.

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Having previously discovered the easiest route out, he went via a

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fire exit with the two children. Some minutes later, the grandmother

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came down to reception in hysterics and told reception what had

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occurred. Obviously, at that point, the police were alerted. Our

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priority is around the safe return of these children. We are anxious

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for the father to make contact with us using the 101 number because we

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want to bring this matter to a resolution as quickly as possible.

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It is a stressful situation for children. It needs to be resolved

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and the sooner we do that, the better for all concerned. The

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children were last seen at around 8pm on Friday evening with their

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father near a tanning salon on the Bristol Road in South Birmingham.

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The police have been focusing their search in this part of the city.

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CCTV footage is also being analysed. The detectives are urging

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anyone to call 101 immediately if they see the group and not to

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approach their father in case it distresses the children.

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Three men appeared at Nottingham Crown Court today charged with the

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murder of a man in Beeston. The body of Simon Hay who was 47 was

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discovered by police in a flat on Villa Street on Sunday, 13th

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October. Callum Dickinson and Karl Raynor from Beeston and Christopher

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Royton from Cotgrave have been remanded in custody. Their next

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court appearance will be in February.

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Detectives are investigating a suspected arson attack on a firework

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shop in Derby. Fire crews were called to Big Boy Fireworks last

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night, with police closing Ashbourne Road at Markeaton Island as a

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precaution because of the contents of the shop. Shutters protect the

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shop but the owner believes the attackers poured something through

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the letter box. The head of UK Coal production says

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some of Britain's mines, like Harworth Colliery in North

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Nottinghamshire, could be reopened. That's if the Government diverts

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some of the subsidies it's using for renewable energy. Some power

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companies claim that green policies are the reason behind spiralling

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bills and there are fears that overlooking coal could result in

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blackouts. The jury at an inquest into the

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deaths of a pregnant Derbyshire woman, her son and her former

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partner three years ago has been sent home for the night, after

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starting to consider its verdicts. The jury is also considering whether

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there were failings by Derbyshire Police in the week before the

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deaths. James Roberson is at Derby coroner's court now. James, remind

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us of the background to this case. Yes, the events go back to the

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second June, 2010. At around 11am, the bodies of 38`year`old Rachael

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Slack and her two`year`old son Auden were found, along with the body of

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Auden's father, Andrew Cairns aged 44. They were all discovered with

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multiple stab wounds at Rachael's cottage at Holbrook in Derbyshire.

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Cairns had been arrested by Derbyshire Police a week before the

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deaths for making threats to kill, but was released on bail without

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charge. The jury's been asked to return

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verdicts on all three of them and there are also questions about

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Derbyshire Police they may have to consider, aren't there? Yes, the

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jury's been asked to consider whether Rachael and Auden were

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unlawfully killed and if so, whether their deaths were intentional and

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therefore murder. Or whether they were victims of voluntary

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manslaughter. In other words, the person that killed them was of

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unsound mind. However, if they wish to return longer, narrative

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verdicts, then the coroner has also asked them to consider seven

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questions about Derbyshire Police's conduct in the week before the

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stabbings. The jury's also been asked if there

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was a failure by Derbyshire Police to update their risk assessments on

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Rachael and Auden. The jury deliberated for four hours today and

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then were sent home. They'll resume their discussions at 10am tomorow.

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A campaign's begun in Nottingham to try to reduce the impact of the

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norovirus this winter. Community health workers will be putting up

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posters in GPs' surgeries, nursing homes and health centres across the

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city. Nationally, around a million people catch the vomiting bug every

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year. The campaign's aiming to minimise the spread by reminding

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people to stay at home for an extra two days even after their symptoms

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have stopped. Some of our region's Highways Agency

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workers are to wear cameras to help with a crackdown on motorists

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driving through roadworks. Earlier this year, two staff narrowly

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escaped serious injury when a drunk driver careered through cones at

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roadworks on the M1 near Nottingham. The cameras are small enough to be

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attached to the worker's jacket and is flipped down to capture the

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action. The biggest Diwali celebrations

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outside India are under way in Leicester. 6,500 lights were

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switched on along Belgrave Road last night. More than ?100,000 is being

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spent on this year's celebrations, with 80,000 coming from the city

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council. The event which marks the beginning of the religious festival

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of light has become an annual party for all Leicester's communities.

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Rail bosses have been accused of negligence and putting commercial

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interests before safety at the level crossing in Nottingham where three

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people died. The allegations were made today at a hearing of the

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Transport Select Committee of Mps. The level crossing has since been

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replaced with a footbridge at a cost of around ?1.6 million. Mike

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O'Sullivan has this report. Three lives were lost at this

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railway crossing in four years. In November, 2008, this grandmother and

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her grandson aged seven were hit by a train. Last November, 13 `year`old

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Lindsay died after being hit by a tram. Today one of the victims

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relatives gave evidence at a select committee. My wife and grandson

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would be still with me. The negligence, that has caused the

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accident. The level crossing today looks totally different with a ?1.6

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million footbridge in place. This footbridge has replaced the level

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crossing. Both families campaign for it and Network Rail agreed after

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Lindsay's death. The level crossing was closed in February and this

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footbridge was opened on Friday. Critical comments about the level

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crossing were made by a retired British rail manager who has worked

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as a safety consultant. In my view, the level crossing was wrong and I

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suspect, I don't suspect, it is my belief that commercial

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considerations influenced safety. No one from Network Rail has been

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available for comment. They are due to give evidence before the

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committee in November. Still to come: Relativity meets

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gravity. A worldwide hunt's under way for

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relatives of Sir Isaac Newton, the man who did for apples what

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Archimedes did for bath water. It will be a Eureka moment, I

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promise! It will be a Eureka moment in sport tonight.

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Natalie never disappoints. Coming up, the Nottingham Forest

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chairman as you have never seen him before, but first, Derby County have

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brought in a new player on loan. Liverpool defender Andre Wisdom.

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He's 20 and has played in the Premier League and for the England

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Under`21s. The Rams pulled off one of the results of Championship at

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the weekend, as Kirsty Edwards reports.

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The game was action packed from the off. Derby ahead after just eight

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minutes. It is there! Four minutes later and Watford were back in it.

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The manager Steve McClaren not happy. Just before the break, the

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Rounds were back in front. Ward has scored! Which? Derby found

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themselves pegged back again, a spectacular shot . One last role of

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the dice for Steve McClaren. He brought on a striker and the gamble

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paid off. I think both teams can be satisfied with the football they

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played but disappointed with the goals. Character in the end.

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Leicester City remain our best placed teams in the Championship.

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They are third in the table after a win over Huddersfield. Jessica

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Creighton reports. No Place like home for Leicester

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City. Unbeaten here at the King Power Stadium after picking up

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another three points at the weekend. The goalkeeper made a

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howler in the last game but he was back to his best on Saturday,

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keeping Huddersfield at bay early on. At the other end, David Nugent

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linked up well with another player, putting Leicester had with his third

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goal of the season. The opening goal opened the game up. `` the early

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goal. The foxes doubled their lead before the break. Anthony Gerard

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powered a header into his own net. Huddersfield pulled a consolation

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goal back, another own goal. Not the way he would have wanted to mark his

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100th appearance for the club. Foxes are back to winning ways and state

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third in the championship. Onto Nottingham Forest and an

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exclusive interview with chairman and owner Fawaz Al Hasawi who says

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as long as he is at Forest, manager Billy Davies will be there. Fawaz

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gave Davies a new four`year contract last week, but Saturday was a big

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day for the Kuwaiti chairman for another very important reason, as I

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found out. He has ploughed millions into

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Nottingham Forest. I just want the fans to be happy. He has faced

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scrutiny from the media and the fans. I believe what I see, not what

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I hear. This weekend he was judged by his guest critic, his wife. On

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Saturday, she came to her first`ever Nottingham Forest match. If you

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lose, will she be allowed back? I doubt it. Now, no. He wasn't joking.

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When he watches a game, he goes through a whole range of emotions.

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He said, when I win, I start to cry and I feel shame. I said, go ahead

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and cried, show them your love. This goal was enough to move anyone, a

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breathtaking half`time strike. It was a big week for him after he gave

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the manager Billy Davies a new four`year contract. Billy likes

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Nottingham and we like him too and if I am going to be around, Billy

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will be with me. It was a painful experience watching the game next to

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her husband. He was jumping up and down, biting his nails and the team

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put him through it, missing chance after easy chance. I have a sore

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hand now. He keeps jumping all of the time. The act of times he was

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elbowing me and nudging me. `` the amount of times. This was when

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Bournemouth scored the equaliser. He takes the lows of football very

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hard. He and his family make sacrifices. He has to be here all

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the time. When I saw the fans all around him and the love and passion

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of football... After the game, they had to go their separate ways. But

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both say the sacrifices are worth it in the pursuit to push Nottingham

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Forest to the Premier League. In League one, Notts County find

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themselves second from bottom of the table. Just as it looked like Notts

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had turned a corner, they suffered another defeat on Friday night going

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down 2`0 at Swindon. Inconsistencies really costing Chris Kiwomya's side

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at the moment. In League Two, it was a frustrating weekend for Mansfield

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Town. They're in eighth place after a goalless draw at Torquay.

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In ice hockey, the Nottingham Panthers skated into the semifinal

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stage of the Continental Cup after a 3`1 win over Dinamo Juniors Riga of

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Latvia. Panthers finish top of Group B with three wins from three. They

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made it past the Latvians thanks to goals from Matt Francis, David

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Clarke and Leigh Salters. It was a fantastic weekend for Nottingham and

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means they will travel to Italy next month for the next round.

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And finally, big congratulations to Alex Lowes who this weekend become

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the youngest ever British Superbikes champion, following victory at

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Brands Hatch yesterday. The Derby`based rider took the title by

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seven points, despite going into the final weekend trailing the defending

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champion Shane Bryne by a point. Lowes' win comes just a week after

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his twin brother Sam claimed the World Supersport title. Well done to

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both of them. What a family!

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Now, a search is under way to find the relatives of one of the greatest

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scientists of all time. Yes, a Lincolnshire family with four

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generations related to Sir Isaac Newton are supporting a world`wide

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project to map more branches of his family tree. Navtej Johal's been to

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Newton's home to find out more. They say the Apple does not fall far

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from the tree. For the relatives of the man regarded as many as the

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father of science, that is something that they are banking on. Meet the

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Newtons, Philip, his son, Mark, grandson, David, and finally, great

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grandson, to `year`old Sess. They are relatives of Sir Isaac Newton.

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This family is helping to start a search for more relatives who

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discovered why the Apple dropped and allowed your pet to drop in as the

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credited inventor of the cat flap. We think more people should

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appreciate the fundamentals of science that he originated from

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here. Grantham should be proud of him, not just us. He was born here.

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I think Family Reunion is a misnomer because these are people we have

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never met but a gathering of Newtons perhaps, apple bobbing or

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something equally exciting. The story goes that it was while sat

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under this tree at his family home that Sir Isaac Newton came up with

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his dairy of gravitation by watching the fall of an apple from its

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branches. `` his theory of gravity. We have got a Twitter account so if

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you think that you are the Newton who might be related, get in touch.

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We will find out for you. The Newtons are hoping to celebrate

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their roots next year. Cat flap? Extraordinary.

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I had no idea about that. Sir Isaac Newton would be on Twitter

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these days. He would have lots of followers! How

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is the weather doing? Unfortunately, we have a few more

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downs before any of the ups this week. A lot more rain to come thanks

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to an area of low pressure. Today's cold weather front has pushed

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through now, but behind that, we pulled through much milder air. Not

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particularly cold but it has been quite wet today. We have round to

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heading our way tomorrow. A repeat performance tomorrow. Outbreaks of

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heavy rain, gusty winds. At least it is not cold, wet and windy. It will

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stay on the mild side tomorrow. Today's brain, half an inch of rain

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this morning. We did get some dry up its `` today's brain. Most of us

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will dry out tonight. Showers in more western parts. For most of us,

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it is dry and cloudy and very windy. We have winds coming in from

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southerly directions. 14 or 15 degrees, this is where we should be

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for daytime highs, so an exceptionally mild night to come.

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Tomorrow, most of us will start drive. It rapidly goes downhill.

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Heavy rain pushing in from the west `` it will start dry. Just like

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today, not raining all day, there will be brighter bits, particularly

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in the evening. A bit of sunshine before the day is done. The winds

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coming in from the south so still relatively mild. Into Wednesday,

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lows still very close by so we will see showers on Wednesday. They will

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come to an fairly gusty winds as well. A mixture of sunshine and

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showers, but staying on the mild side. 15 degrees once again as a top

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temperature. Thursday looks like being the Drysdale the week. Fairly

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cloudy. By the end of the day, the clouds will increase and more rain

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to come `` the driest day of the week.

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It does not feel wintry. Milder than it should be. See you on

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late news. Goodbye.

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