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weekend. That's all from us. Now the news

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where you Tonight: The two cities that could

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benefit the most from HS2. It is an opportunity for us to get a

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rebalancing of the economy so not all of the growth happens in the

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south`east. Also tonight: In the witness box at

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the Old Bailey. A Leicestershire teenager is accused planning a

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massacre. Plus the mystery of a child's

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coughing, discovered in a ploughed field.

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And a cost conscience family reigned in the energy bills. Anything that

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can be done to bring costs down is a good thing and it's good for the

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environment as well. ` cost conscious family.

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Welcome to Tuesday's programme. First tonight: Nottingham and Derby

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are being held up by the Government as a good example of why HS2 should

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go ahead. The case for the high speed link was

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laid out again today in the government's latest report. It says

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the potential business rewards for Nottingham and Derby will be greater

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than for any other area along the route.

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But it comes as new findings also reveal that the overall

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value`for`money rating of the HS2 project has slipped. We're joined

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now by our political editor, John Hess.

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Up until now, it has all been about speed and reduced journey times.

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Today though, it stopped being about high speed. Now it is about economic

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benefit sand conductivity, how businesses are able to connect with

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suppliers and potential customers. And the government 's latest report

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puts the figure on that. 23.3% improvement in business connectivity

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for Nottingham and Derby, higher than Birmingham, noticeably higher

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than the northern cities. In fact it is the highest of any city region

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along the route. But does it make it value for money? We are always

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supportive of infrastructure projects and in particular projects

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like this but at the end of the day, they have to provide proper

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value for money. All the independent bodies, the CBI, the IOD, the

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National audit office, Public accounts committee, the Treasury

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select committee said there was no business case. When this station is

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built, London will be 51 minutes away. It'll be 19 minutes to

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Birmingham. But that is no longer the main selling point. This

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argument that somehow or that it is going to do is benefit London is not

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something which is shared by those city leaders who have led their

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cities for many years and look after the interests of their cities. They

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say that this scheme is absolutely vital. High`speed travel on Eurostar

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had cross`party support but the cost of the second phase is costing

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Labour doubts. The government cannot be responsible about the costs. They

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have to keep the cost under control and have to demonstrate the public

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that it represents good value for money. Nottingham 's Labour leader

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doesn't share such doubts. It's an opportunity for us to get a

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rebalancing of the economists are not all of the growth happens in and

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around the London area. Actually, we can see significant economic benefit

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coming to the Midlands and the north. That is the reason why people

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should really be strongly supporting this project. Today's report is the

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fifth from the government to persuade the doubters. Nottingham

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and Derby 's top position in the economic benefits league table may

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win over some spec text ` sceptics. John, yet again the Government feels

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it has to make the business case for this high`speed rail line. No blank

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cheque, says Labour. Is it all coming apart?

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Remember how at the Labour conference, the Shadow Chancellor Ed

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Balls signalled that a future Labour government would pull the plug on

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HS2 if the cost reached in excess of ?50 billion. David Cameron said last

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week that HS2 would only contuinue if there was cross party support.

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The government's also saying that the alternative to HS2 will be 14

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years of weekend closures to upgrade existing lines and to bring them up

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to HS2's capacity. Critics like Andrew Bridgen are now looking to a

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key Commons vote on Thursday on HS2. A Loughborough teenager, accused of

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plotting a terrorist attack, has told the Old Bailey that he was just

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messing about. The court has heard allegations that he targetted his

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school and a local mosque. The 17`year`old took the witness

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stand this afternoon at the start of his defence. Our Social Affairs

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Correspondent Jeremy Ball heard the youth give evidence.

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He joins us now. Jeremy, what more was did the teenager say?

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We've heard his own explanation of what the prosecution say were

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preparations for an act of terrorism in Loughborough. He sat facing the

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jury, had his arms crossed, was wearing a black T`shirt and

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throughout, he spoke in a very low, quiet voice. He was taken to the

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evidence by his defence barrister. The teenager was asked about those

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video clips that showed him testing petrol bombs with his friends. He

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said they were just messing about, having fun, having a laugh. He was

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asked why they identified themselves as the United rebel army. He said

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that was in images because it sounded cool. He also said he had

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written notes about mass killings simply because he was bored.

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What did the court hear about the teenager's background?

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They heard that he had a very unsettled childhood in Loughborough.

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He said his parents are separated before he was born. It described

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himself as a loner. He said he had been bullied since a very early age

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at school. In fact, we heard he moved between several schools in

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Loughborough, partly because of that bullying and partly because his mum

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had been evicted. We also heard he was diagnosed with a form of autism

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have that condition was not spotted until after his arrest earlier this

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year. We will be back on the witness stand tomorrow.

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Leicestershire police are dealing with what they're calling a

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suspicious incident at Donington Park services. They were called to

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the site which is operated by Moto at junction 23a of the M1, just

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before five o'clock this evening. Fire crews are also attending the

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incident. Northbound traffic is said to be very heavy, but moving from

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Junction 23 up to 23A. Four men have been charged after

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stabbings in the centre of Nottingham in the early hours of

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Sunday. Three people had to be treated in hospital. A 23`year`old

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has been charged with dangerous driving after a pedestrian was hit

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by a car. A court's been told a baby was

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shaken so vigorously he suffered a catastrophic head injury and died in

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hospital three days later. Scott Gladwin who's 20 and from

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Huthwaite in Nottinghamshire denies manslaughter. Jo Healey reports from

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Nottingham Crown Court. The jury heard of the tragic and

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premature death of the four and a half month old baby boy. He had been

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left in the care of Scott Gladwin, who was 16 at the time. The baby 's

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mother was popping to the shops. In court this afternoon, she wept as

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she described the last time she saw her baby boy healthy. He was wearing

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a yellow sleep suit. I left him there quite content, she said. He

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was awake and absolutely fine. The court heard, as she returned from

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the shop, she saw an ambulance. It was there to take a baby son to

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hospital. He was transferred to the Queens medical Centre intensive care

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unit, where, after three days, his life support was withdrawn. The baby

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died on February the 6th. The jury heard the man had claimed he went

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upstairs to the toilet and when he came down, it looked like the baby

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was having a fit. He went to a neighbour who dialled 999. Gladwin

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denied causing any injury or ever touching the baby. But the doctors

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concluded, said the prosecution, the baby had been gripped and shaken

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with a force far inappropriate to his age. They suggested that perhaps

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in a moment of temper or frustration, he gripped and shook

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the baby. Gladwin denies manslaughter and the trial

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continues. Home owners say the sale of their

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houses is being put in jeopardy because of delays at Leicester City

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Council. Searches carried out by the council tell prospective buyers

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about any local planning developments. They used to take

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days, now they're taking months. The council currently has almost 600

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to complete. Louise accepted an offer on her

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house in July. She is still waiting to move. It has gone on and on. I

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had to reinstate a lot of my direct debits, cancelled the removal match

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ban, cancelled the time I booked off work. The sale is being held up by

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local searches carried out by Leicester City Council. They are now

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taking months, rather than weeks, to complete. Louise has no idea when

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she will move. The amount of different things I've been told from

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a time frame of 24 hours to a week, to a month. The latest I heard today

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was 14 weeks. I just don't know what to believe any more. The reason is

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the only one who is waiting to move and for some, the weight means their

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house sale may fall flu. The average time video is taking to complete has

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extended from six weeks to three months. That is jeopardising chains.

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It is causing problems for people who have agreed deals on timescales

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they now cannot deliver upon. In mid`August, sadly, three of our 14

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of officers resigned. Since that time, I've been applying resources

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to make sure we make inroads to the volume of cases we have to deal with

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and also prioritise those cases where a person insured transaction

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might be at most risk. I've packed everything away thinking we were

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ready to go. I was ready to get into the removal van. I have literally

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got two cups, two plates, all my pictures are off the wall. None of

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my personal belongings which have made the house my home are around me

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any more. I'm living in an empty shell. The council are hoping to

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complete the searches in the next month. For Louise, it cannot come

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soon enough. Still to come: the young poet who

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writes about the highs and lows of life in Leicester. There is life at

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night, get out of here, they will not take you seriously... We are in

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for a cold night to night. Temperatures are already down to

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seven degrees. Make sure you wrap up because rurally tonight, we could

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get as low as one or two Celsius. The government will announce who has

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won the next UK city of culture in three weeks time. Leicester is

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bidding against Dundee and Swansea Bay to host the title in 2017.

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Today, the Department for culture media and sport revealed that the

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winner would be declared on the 20th of November which is just days after

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the bid teams pitch their ideas to the judges.

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Administrators for a Leicester firm have managed to save more than half

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the jobs at its headquarters. W R Refrigeration Limited employs 600

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people across the UK, including around 300 in Leicester. Officials

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have secured 178 posts at the Thurmaston site in the city, with a

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further 77 at depots across the country. Administrators are now

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focusing on options for the remaining parts of the business.

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Next: how a family in Derby turned a derelict former stable into an

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energy efficient home. It's in an area once known for drugs problems,

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but the owners say for them it's been a good move.

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As energy costs continue to rise the owner believes more and more people

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will want to investigate ways of cutting their energy bills.

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Tucked away in the heart of Derby city centre, these old buildings

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have been turned into an energy`efficient family home.

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Architects Nigel Turner bought the building for ?20,000 at auction and

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spent another ?56,000 doing it up. Underfloor heating is one of the

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most important energy saving measures. It's a much more efficient

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as cash system than radiators. It can run at a lower temperature and

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the room still feels warm. It's a much more even he'd see don't get

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hot spots. It feels nicer, I think. This is what the building used to

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look like. Now, with the house being all electric, the energy bill here

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is around ?1200 per year but Nigel is to fit yet another energy`saving

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device. We are installing a unit which is a mechanical ventilation

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with heat recovery unit, which chucks the stale air out of the

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house, draws the heat out of it and then uses that to warm up the fresh

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air coming in. Today, the top executives from the UK's six largest

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energy companies appeared before the climate change committee of MPs.

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Following recent price ranges ` writers. Back in Derby, it is

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upstairs but skylights can also help with eating. These simple windows

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allow the sun to come in and he took the space in the winter, in

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particular. You can feel the heat now? Yes, you can do. There is a

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stark event... As energy costs soar, the owner here believes more people

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will want to investigate ways to save money on their bills.

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It looks lovely as well, doesn't it? Two metal detector enthusiasts have

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unearthed an unusual find in Leicestershire. A rare Roman child's

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coffin, believed to be 1,700 years old, was discovered in a field near

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Hinckley. It's being called a significant

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archeological find and is now being studied by experts. It was a

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particularly poignant discovery for one of the detectors. He's a grave

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digger. It may not look that exciting but

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this led Coffin is believed to be one of the earliest Christian

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burials anywhere in the Midlands. It is archaeologically significant

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because it is regionally unusual. From my experience, it is quite

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rare. The Coffin is thought to contain the remains of a young child

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from a wealthy you ` Roman child. Archaeologists studying this rare

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find say it could answer many questions. There is a lot we can

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tell from the technology in the Coffin construction. There's a lot

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that the pathology of the bones campus. The right of burial itself

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tells us something about the way people were behaving at that time.

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What does the cemetery in Nottingham have to do with the discovery of a

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Roman coffin on the Warwickshire border? Well, for one of the metal

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detector wrists, the find had more than a little connection to his day

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job. Steve works as a grave`digger although his passion is metal

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detecting but when he and a fellow enthusiast from Derby picked up a

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signal in a field in Leicestershire, they had no idea they had just come

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across the most significant find of their lives. What a surprise! We

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knew we were on a Roman site but yes, it was the pinnacle of the day.

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As things have unfolded, this is far greater than we initially thought.

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Archaeologists say it will be next week before the Coffin is opened to

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find out what is inside. Only then will its future be decided.

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Intriguing, if not a little spooky! Time now for sport and after yet

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another manager bit the dust over the weekend, Notts County are in

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action at home tonight. Yes, Chris Kiwomya was Notts

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County's seventh manager in just four years. And tonight the Magpies

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are deep into their search for a eighth. None has lasted longer than

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a year and the club hasn't been able to build on its ambitions or

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crucially, its crowds. Tonight Steve Hodge is in caretaker charge here

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and the team have Oldham to worry about on the pitch. But our eyes are

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on the boardroom behind me and what they might decide. With me is Dean

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Yates, ex`Notts County player, now with Radio Nottingham. Let's

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start... It was obvious he was not the right man because he was not

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getting the results and his overall record meant he had to go. Seven

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league wins in 30 league matches tells its own story. He has gone.

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What has gone wrong at Notts County that they've had so many managers in

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such a short space of time? They've only had one which has brought real

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success, Steve Cotterill, because he was brought in as the first

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appointment just after the chairman and owner of the club came three

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years ago. He drove them to the title of league two. Know whether

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manager has enjoyed such success. In the end, don't that boardroom have

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to answer for that? Yes, they do have to answer. The chief executive

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has been saying this week that they have to do some soul searching. The

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soul`searching in my view has two include the question, why have we so

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often got it so wrong? How do they get it right this time? They've got

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to take their time over making the right appointment. There may be an

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appointment by the end of the week. Of the many candidates who have

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applied, two of the preferred names towards the head of that list are

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Dean Saunders, who of course left Wolves earlier this season, and

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Danny Wilson, who has got more experience of those two and is the

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favourite with the bookies. Thanks for joining us. Much appreciated. So

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Notts County in action tonight, as Leicester City. They are against

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premiership Fulham full study and though it is premiership visitors

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and they think they have a shot, there will still be changes to the

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side which has been on such a good run at the moment. Nigel Pearson is

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making no apologies for shuffling his pack. I make no bones of the

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fact that the league remains the most important thing for us but it

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is nice to play in cup competitions. I think it gives us that added

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advantage of being able to freshen the side. People have their opinions

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on that but it is not a case of going into this game with any less

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Saint tend to go and get a win. They were 2500 fans at pride Park

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today. That's a 10th of the normal number but impressive for what was

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an open training session. Steve McClaren was leading it. He was

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given the Derby public a real insight into the life of a

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professional footballer. The training ground is normally a

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closed world. That's why they were queueing to get a peek at the inside

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life of a footballer. It was here in the mid`1990s that Steve McClaren

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into his reputation as one of the countries could top coaches. He

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brought in the best practices and the constant and introduced

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cutting`edge sports science like heart monitors on players and

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cameras all over this ground, trained on individuals during the 19

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evidence of matches to analyse their performance. `19 minutes. You know,

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I was here in 95, 96 and we were starting them. It was evolving. This

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was no going through the emotions. It was a typical, physical, Tuesday

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morning training session. We are working in a situation of four

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attackers against three defenders, which is something that you get a

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lot in the game. They have ten seconds to get a goal. Just to make

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sure there are no slackers, the players where GPS monitors to track

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every step, every sprint. The scientists and coaches work together

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to get the best out of everyone. It's his attention to detail. He

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cares, both individually and collectively. He knows what is

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required and makes every practice enjoyable. It has always got a

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purpose to it. The doors were opened as Derby tried to engage more with

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funds. They are trying to reverse last season 's declining

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attendances. It's important for us to get out there broke into the

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wider community and also here, so people feel it is their club. It is

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the fans club and we are delighted we can have days like this. It may

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have been too much for some but for two hours, the fans got close to

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their heroes. They are making a real effort at

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Derby County to bring the fans in close with the public... Don't

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forget, games on tonight: Leicester City in Carling cup action against

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Fulham at Meadow Lane. Notts County play Oldham. He death reference

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earlier on `... The big question they need to answer

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here at Notts County over the next little while it is who in the end is

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going to be in the home dugout? Who indeed! Or the results will be

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on the latest news with me at 10:30pm.

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For Wordsworth it was the Lake District and for Chaucer the

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Pilgrims of the Canterbury tales, for centuries writers have been

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inspired by the landscape and people around them.

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In the latest of our Made in Leicester series, arts reporter

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Geeta Pendse has been to meet a young poet who's found the Muse in

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her own home City. This city is the key to working away

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in the corner, at home on a bus untouched, scribbling and making and

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no one ever looks hard enough, and I know that feeling because I did

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twice a week in the capital, and I used to live when the last trains

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stopped... A poem dedicated to her hometown,

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Jess has been slowly carving a reputation as a performance poet

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around the UK but the 24`year`old decided was time to put the

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spotlight on Leicester. Because perform around the country, I need

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so many people from London and Manchester, the bigger cities, who

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are a little bit snobby about the smaller cities. You say where you

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are from and gloss over. This is a poem trying to celebrate Leicester

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but maybe not the most obvious things. The poem tries to capture

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the changing form of the East Park Road area, where just grew up. I

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grew up just up the road in a part of town that he is the rumours

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first, that changes taste and size each year and has done for 24 of

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mine, with each new family business and shop arrives... As well as

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performing at just festivals, she has worked with the prison service

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and schools around the city. She says despite initial reservations,

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many find a new form of expression. I work with young people from

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deprived areas, people within the prison service and just being able

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to give people the skills to voice their opinions, their

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frustrations... As Leicester vies for the title of UK city of culture,

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Jess hopes it poem will inspire a new generation of artists to come

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forward. Maybe you are too humble, Leicester, maybe you shouldn't let

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the others shouted down, thank you for letting me make my own mark on

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the city to say actually, you can make a living from being a poet,

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Gilles can do it too, I will show you... Well done, Jess excavation

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mark you can see Jess performing her poem in full by logging on to the

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website. Good luck to her.

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Good evening. A very cold evening as well. I've already lost the feeling

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in my toes. There is that update out of the way. If you head out here to

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tonight game, wrap up warm because the temperatures are only going to

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continue to drop. Around seven or eight Celsius at the moment. It very

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cold night and thoroughly, as we go through the night, although there

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will be a couple of showers here and there, those two butchers will

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continue to drop. Really, down to one or two Celsius. A very cold

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night indeed. Grass frost tomorrow morning. As far as 0

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night indeed. Grass frost tomorrow morning. As far as tomorrow goes,

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despite that, it would be a frosty start. Through the morning, it would

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be largely bright and dry. Plenty of sunshine. A nice, crisp autumnal

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morning but there is a front which will gradually make its way in from

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the West. When we get into the afternoon, it will be just a little

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bit cloudier. Quite cold all the same. You might get the odd 30

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degrees and southern parts of Leicestershire. At least it is

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mainly dry until we start to see rain late on in the day. As far as

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going through into Thursday, that is a mainly dry day again. There will

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be a little bit more cloud around throughout the day but a mainly dry

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and bright day again. Thankfully, we get the rain out of the way

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overnight. A rather wet between Wednesday and Thursday. We are

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timing things quite well at the moment. We are keeping our eye on

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two areas of low pressure which are spinning their way in and swirling

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their way towards us. They will be talking about in the media over the

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coming days and unconscious about becoming like Michael Fish, but it

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looks like the weekend will not be quite as bad as what we saw in the

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south`east earlier this week. For tonight at least, very cold.

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That's all for now. Goodbye. Goodbye.

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