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

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Tonight ` the victims of anti`social behaviour who suffer months of

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torment. This couple say repeated complaints

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to the authorities have not stopped the threats. He stood there, and

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said he will kick `` we will keep `` we will kick your head in.

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Also tonight, the remains unearthed in a garden. Police say both victims

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have been shot. Plus, firefighters from stations

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across the East Midlands are walking out on strike. It is an ongoing

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dispute with the Government over pensions.

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And entering a new dimension, could 3D printing start the next

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Industrial Revolution? Welcome to Friday's programme. First

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tonight ` the elderly couple who are being terrorised by local thugs.

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Shirley and John Harvey say their tormentors are targeting an entire

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block of flats at Sutton` in`Ashfield in Nottinghamshire.

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Other residents, though, are too frightened to speak out.

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The couple, who are in their seventies, are now sleeping in

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shifts to protect their home. Today they were visited by their local MP

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who's promised to help. Rebecca Sheeran has this report.

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John and Shirley Harvey have lived here for 15 years. Now they say they

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fear for their lives, and are being threatened by thugs who intimidate

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them and vandalise their home. We can't do anything about it. This

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intimidation, threats and anti`social behaviour is allowed to

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go on to go onto pensioners on a daily basis with nothing done. They

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have moaned `` no morals. He stood there and said, we will kick your

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heads in. Today they were visited by their

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local MP, who is pledging to help. Ashfield district Council has been

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dealing with the complaint for over a year. Anti`social behaviour cases

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and that complex, getting robust evidence and presenting it in court,

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it is going on so long and people just give up and live with the

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consequences which is unacceptable. John and Shirley are not alone.

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Last year councils across the East Midlands were dealing with over

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10,000 noise and anti`social behaviour complaints, many of those

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still have not been resolved after six months.

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In Derby, it was 10% of cases and in Nottingham 13%. And it can have

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serious consequences. Two years ago, one woman took her own life after

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years of living next door to problem neighbours. Notts's Police and Crime

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Commissioner says there is still a long way to go to reducing

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anti`social behaviour. These are important issues to the people who

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are affected, and I want the police to give them more priority, and they

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are, and the figure, 14% over 12 months is a good step forward. There

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is a lot to be done. Shirley and John hope the council will be able

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to resolve the problem, and that finally they will be able to live

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without fear in the home they love. I've been speaking to a senior

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police officer who's an acknowledged expert on tackling anti`social

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behaviour. Simon Edens is the Deputy Chief Constable of Leicestershire,

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and speaks for the Association of Chief Police Officers. Here's what

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he had to say. Anti`social behaviour is a priority

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for the police service, because it can cause harm, and we are focused

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on reducing and preventing harm, keeping people safe. When the level

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is at a particularly high level, what weapons to the police have to

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deal with it? We are very clear, the sort of anti`social behaviour that

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causes people to shelter in their own homes, and in some cases move

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from their own homes is absolutely unacceptable. In many cases it also

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involves crime. There is a very wide range of powers we can use to deal

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with individuals, to deal with premises, to deal with people

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driving in an anti`social manner. We can intervene even before we use

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those powers. We also realise that working more closely with partners

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is right at the heart of our response to anti`social behaviour.

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Joining up the dots, making sure information we hold is not held in

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isolation, so that we can see the big picture, and make sure those

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cases that require the best and speediest response I getting them.

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What is your advice to somebody suffering from real anti`social

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behaviour, someone who is trapped in their home, their neighbours are

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afraid to speak out? I can offer them the complete reassurance that

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we will listen to them, and we will be sensitive to their needs, and if

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those needs include their fear that they may be subject to

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repercussions, we will deal sensitively and appropriately with

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that. We will understand the issues they face. We take the time and

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effort to do that, and we will respond appropriately. Not everybody

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who picks the phone up will get the same level of response, but we will

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tailor that response according to the harm that person faces, so we

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can keep that person safe and protect them.

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Police investigating the deaths of an elderly couple whose remains were

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found in the back garden of a house say they were both shot. Tonight two

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people are still being questioned on suspicion of murder.

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Detectives are confident the bodies found in Forest Town near Mansfield

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are those of William and Patricia Wycherley. It's believed those in

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custody are their daughter and her husband. Quentin Rayner reports.

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It was at St Pancras Station on Wednesday night that it is

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understood 55`year`old Susan Edwards and her husband, 57`year`old

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Christopher Edwards, were arrested. They were brought back to Notts for

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questioning. Their arrests follow the discovery of human remains in

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the back garden of a semidetached house in Forest town last month.

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Detectives began digging up the garden following a tip`off. Two sets

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of human remains were discovered in what was described as a grave.

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Although formal identification has yet to be confirmed, the police are

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confident the bodies are those of an elderly couple, William and Patricia

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Wycherley, the former owners of the House. There has been no trace of

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them since 1998. Two weeks ago, the police began a double murder

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inquiry. We are starting to put together now a clearer picture of

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the family tree, and the focus of the investigation is on Mr and Mrs

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Wycherley and the goings on at the House back in the 1990s. And the

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motive? There is no known motive at this time. Home Office pathologist

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has established the couple were both shot. It is understood the police

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have until tonight to continue Quetta `` questioning the couple who

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are in custody. A teenager who's accused of plotting

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a terrorist attack on targets in Loughborough has admitted he pulled

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a pistol on a group of strangers. The 17`year`old told the Old Bailey

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that "idiots", as he called them, had been mocking him. When he got

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his gun out they looked scared. The teenager has admitted possessing

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explosives, but denies preparing to use weapons for an act of terrorism.

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76 workers at a refrigeration and air conditioning business in

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Leicester have formally been made redundant. WR Refrigeration went

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into administration last week. Another 70 employees are being kept

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on to help wind up the firm. The administrators are hoping the

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remaining staff can be transferred to other businesses.

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Still to come ` Sara will be here trying to find some positives in the

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weekend weather forecast. The coming weekend's weather is

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going to be cold and frosty for your bonfire parties.

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In the last few minutes firefighters have walked out on strike, leaving

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resources severely stretched just as an evening of planned firework and

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Diwali celebrations gets under way. Fire chiefs say the action will put

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people's safety at risk. And they've suggested that any planned bonfire

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events should be postponed. Sarah Teale is live at Nottingham

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Road fire station in Derby this evening. Sarah, firefighters there

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have just started their walk`out? Yes, scenes here mirroring those

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across the East Midlands and indeed the country, and this was the scene

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just a few minutes ago when on the dot of 6:30pm firefighters left

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their posts and went out on strike. They will be out until 11pm tonight.

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This is a second strike by firefighters in their ongoing

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dispute with the Government over pensions, and the plans to increase

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the age of retirement from 55 to 60. With me now is one of the

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firefighters who has gone on strike. Why is it impossible to work until

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60? The Government has set a fitness standard we are expected to reach

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which is unachievable. The Government have had a report into

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the fitness standard, and it has been proven that two thirds of

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firefighters over 50 will not be able to reach it. Was it a hard

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decision to come out on strike? The hardest decision we could have to

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make. We do not want to come out on strike, we have been backed into a

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corner by Government. Let us pick to Gary from the Fire Brigades Union.

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Picking tonight is quite a cynical move, isn't it? We specifically

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chose tonight, and we chose to avoid the first Saturday before bonfire

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night and the Saturday after bonfire night and bonfire night itself. It

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is hard decision to make. But we do feel we have had to make it. Steve

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Lunn is from Leicestershire Fire Service. We asked him, was safety

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being compromised tonight? Yes, it will be `` put people's safety at

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risk, because I will not be able to manage and deliver resources I would

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normally be able to outside a strike. The resources we will have

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available will be around about 60% less than normal. However, we will

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respond to all emergency incidents, and all calls made to our fire

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control which will remain unaffected.

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We heard there are people's lives are being put at risk. Do you think

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the public support you bearing that in mind? I think we do have the

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public support. We are out here at the front of the station, many cars

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pass by, you can hear the beeping of the horns and the public definitely

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support us in our fight. And do you think strike action is the right way

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to achieve what you want? Again, this is on the back of two years of

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negotiation with this Government. We have put back `` together a very

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fact based on evidence `based report, and the Government refuses

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to acknowledge it. This is our only fight, and hopefully they will start

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to listen. As you have heard, the Fire Service said only dial nine the

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Fire Service said only dial 909 tonight if there is an absolute

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emergency. They will respond, but this strike finishes at 11pm. There

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is another strike planned for Monday morning rush hour. That is between

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6am and 8am. Derby City Council says it wants a

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group of derelict warehouses to be redeveloped as soon as possible. It

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comes after the discovery of a man's body in a recent fire at a run`down

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site in the city. Nearby residents voiced concerns

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about homeless people seeking shelter in the disused buildings.

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Today the council leader says he hopes that after decades of

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dereliction, progress can be made. Simon Ward reports.

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At first it was thought this was just a fire in a long disused

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building. But would firefighters managed to search inside the old

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warehouse, they found a body. Later he was identified as a man

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originally from Poland. Today it is obvious people are coming here, with

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rubbish and drinks cans strewn around. The company that owns this

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building `` these buildings did not want to make a comment, but soon

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after the fire people living around here told us they have been worried

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for years these buildings have been left derelict.

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They said it was common knowledge people have been sleeping rough

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here. They could have prevented all this. I have seen it boarded up and

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people reopening the door again and making access so they can get back

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inside again. So how does the City Council leader respond to the

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concerns of the local community? I did not know that people were rough

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sleeping in the buildings. What we want to do is talk with developers

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to enable them to bring that site forward. It has been like that for

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probably the best part of 30 years. We want to enable them to bring that

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warehouse back into use. Bring the site back into use and redevelop it

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for the benefit of people in Derby. The old magistrate's building is to

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be redeveloped into an office `` library and offices. But it seems to

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be a difficult task for councils to get buildings into use. Two men were

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arrested in connection with the body found in the old warehouse. One is

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on police bail, the other released. There have been no charges, and

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detectives continue to investigate what happened.

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Serious concerns have been raised about standards at another care home

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near Nottingham. The health watchdog ` the Care Quality Commission `

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inspected Bramwell Care Home in Bramcote in August. ?NEWLINE It's

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one of several that were sold off by the County Council last year.

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Angelina Socci reports. It is not the first time this care

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home has been criticised. Last year, not long after Nottinghamshire

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County Council sold it off, inspectors said it had failed to

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meet a number of essential standards. 18 months on, and an

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inspection has again found failings. This man's mother`in`law spent four

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years of her life at Bramwell Care Home. The objects to the decision to

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sell it off. They gave guarantees that the

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private sector were better at administering care, and they did it

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on a lower budget. This was the guarantee given by adult social

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services and the councillors. Nottinghamshire County Council has

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fun stop placing residents in this care home. Is one `` one of more

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than a dozen homes in the country to have recently had its contract

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suspended. We have to be assured that the contract we have with homes

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for the residents we placed the are consistently higher, so although we

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have not got the authority as the Care Quality Commission has two

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close the home, we do work with them closely. The owners say they have

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put in place management support to maintain standards. It also says

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that it has meant `` made substantial investment in staff

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training and will continue to monitor all areas of the service.

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We can look ahead no to a busy weekend in sport.

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Coming up, two big names in football management, Steve McClaren and Harry

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Redknapp. But news first from Nottingham Forest. The Reds are

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stepping up their search for a new striker, and have welcomed a new

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addition from the Premier League in the middle of the park. Natalie

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Jackson reports. Ahead of tomorrow's game, Nottingham

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Forest have confirmed they are looking to bring in a striker on

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loan. They have widened the search into Europe, and they do have a

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target in the Premier league. According to the manager, it is a

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search which is ongoing. The chairman put up some very good money

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for good strikers, but unfortunately deals did not happen. We will not

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bring in players that we feel are not better than the ones we have got

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or equal to the ones we have got. We want to bring in the right type. One

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who is the right type is midfielder David Vaughan. He signed a deal from

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Sunderland yesterday. Forest fans will remember him for being part of

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the Blackpool team which got promoted at Forest's expense four

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years ago. David Vaughan was very influential. He is a wonderful

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player, excellent appetite for the game. I am delighted he is now part

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of this competing midfield. You obviously know how to get promoted

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from this decision `` division. What is the key? I think it is just

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having the confidence to go out and play under the pressure. Hopefully I

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can bring that to the table. And the new midfielder is in the squad for

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the game against Blackpool tomorrow. And you can hear an extended

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interview with the Nottingham Forest Manager Billy Davies on the BBC

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Sport website. On to Leicester City, who will be

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looking to lay last season's demons to rest when they head to Watford

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tomorrow. The last time the Foxes played there was the play`off

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semifinal that ended in such a cruel and dramatic defeat. But the Foxes

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go there second in the Championship and are only looking forward.

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The players who played in that game put it behind them, and we have got

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to do that. It will be a tough game, they are a good side, we have

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worked very hard so far this season, but it is about going into the next

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game and doing the same again. Next, a former England boss and a

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man who has often been tipped for the role. Tomorrow Steve McClaren's

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Derby go head to head with Harry Redknapp's Queens Park Rangers. Now,

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QPR are a team McClaren knows all about. Just five weeks ago before

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joining Derby, Steve was a coach there under Harry. So what do they

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really think of each other? We have been rivals throughout the

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years, so I think it was a little difficult at first coming together,

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but as time went on we developed a good relationship. Another expert on

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red wine, I have worked with some characters who know their red wine

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and I know he is going through the country publicising his book, and I

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have heard all the stories before anyway. He talks about Bobby Moore

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and that team, and he comes through and he is still involved in football

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in this era, the modern era. To adapt is very, very difficult to do.

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He has done that very successfully. I really enjoyed having him around,

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he was great, and I think it was good for him as well. He got himself

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back into coaching, back on the training ground. Steve's took over a

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good squad, and I am sure they will be there at the end of the year.

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Derby's a good club, a fantastic set up, the stadium, the crowds. It's a

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Premier league club, really. It is a good opportunity for him.

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The players are very strong, perfect for the Championship and perfect for

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them to bounce back. I have moved on, and I love working here. I

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thought I lived a very good bunch of players at QPR, but their attitudes

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here are exactly the same. Will you be sharing a glass of red wine with

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Harry after the game? No doubt, with a smile on my face, I hope.

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No new manager at Notts County yet, so Steve Hodge will be in caretaker

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charge again this weekend. Hodge led them to victory in Tuesday's game

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against Oldham. Tomorrow they have a tough trip to Coventry as they look

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to pull further away from the bottom of League One. Former Sheffield

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United Manager Danny Wilson remains the bookies' favourite for the

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vacant job at Meadow Lane. Mansfield Town play tonight and

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travel to Southend in search of a first win since September.

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In rugby, the Leicester Tigers meet Harlequins tomorrow at Welford Road

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looking for a win to keep in touch at the top of the Premiership table.

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And in ice hockey, the Nottingham Panthers could hand debuts to new

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signings Joe Jensen and Nick Conway in tonight's game against Dundee at

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the National Ice Centre. Hope you enjoy your sport this

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weekend. Scientists from Nottingham say

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advances in 3D printing could be one of the most significant developments

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in British manufacturing. The University of Nottingham, which

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boasts one of the world's leading 3D research groups, says the technology

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is far from being a gimmick. In fact, it could be of particular

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benefit to small and medium`sized businesses right here in the East

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Midlands. Tom Brown reports. It is printing in a whole new

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dimension. This is a 3D printer, following a computer designed to

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build an object layer by layer. Often, with intricate detail.

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Additive manufacturing has been around for years, but here at the

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University of Nottingham, this team hopes the research will help the

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technology make a real impression. This is a super exciting area, and

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watching the processes work is almost like watching magic work. As

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a research group what we are plight `` trying to do is add more sides to

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the area. The technology already allows you to

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put out something like this out of plastic or something like this made

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of metal, but what the team here are researching is combining multiple

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materials so that eventually you could have something like this

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prosthetic arm at the click of a button. The research is not yet a

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reality, but this idea of printing and entire product in one go and in

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one place could open a world of opportunity for our smaller

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manufacturing firms. If you are making small volumes of

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things, the conventional way is expensive, so using this approach to

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break a product will enable companies to get a product to market

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easier and manufacture them locally as well. From this 3D printer done

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to these 3D printed people, the technology is already starting to

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excite and amaze. It is said it could spark the next industrial

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revolution, and this laboratory is ready to lead the way.

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Could you put your own table? Scary stuff? `` print your own

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table. This coming weekend, if you are

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hosting a bonfire party, is going to be quite wet and windy at times. Low

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pressure is controlling the weather today, that is soon replaced by this

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next area of low pressure coming in for the weekend. A band of rain is

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sitting over the East Midlands, that has been with us for the majority of

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the day, producing some heavy bursts of raid as we head into the early

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hours. A little bit more showery over Leicestershire and Rutland, but

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across Derbyshire it will increase and it will be around tomorrow

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morning. The temperatures falling no lower than eight or nine Celsius

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overnight in rural areas, and a damp start initially first thing. But

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rain quite patchy, but then a few lively showers coming in as well. It

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will still remain quite wet, the best of any brightness I think

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across the eastern side, before we see further outbreaks of showery

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rain in the afternoon. But it is the strength of the wind on Saturday

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afternoon and through the evening to. The wind starting to gust, we

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could see gusts of around 40 or 50 mph. So very difficult conditions

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for fireworks. Sunday will start off a bit better, but it will still be

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blustery. Through the daytime we should be merely dry, but this band

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of rain will push up from the south. It depends how far north that comes

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in. It could still work its way in earlier on in the evening and get us

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our wet night. `` give us a wet night. Wet and windy weather returns

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on Tuesday. Keep on smiling!

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Have a good weekend anyway. Goodbye.

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