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We will keep you updated on the Typhoon as it heads towards Vietnam

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Tonight: A sickening attack on a bouncer outside a city centre bar.

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CCTV shows for men attacking the dolmen with a metal pole, after they

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were refused entry. Also denied: The explainer of Andy

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Turner, burgled while at his mother 's funeral. There are some

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disgusting people out there that do things like this. I hate them.

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Plus the flu jab that could avert misery for you and paying for the

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NHS this winter. And in London before the great

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Fire. The stunning video that has one students from Leicester a top

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award. Good evening. Welcome to Friday

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night's programme and we start with a vicious assault on a doorman in

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Leicester. The 40`year`old victim has been left with serious head

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injuries. He was attacked by four men who'd been refused entry to a

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city centre bar. The police have now released CCTV

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footage of the incident to try to trace those responsible. Our

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reporter James Roberson joins us now from outside the Mobius Bar on

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Braunstone Gate. So James, what more can you tell us about this attack?

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Good evening. It was an evening somewhat like this, except what

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happened was considerably later. It all happened just across there,

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outside the bar, the side that main entrance. We are just south of the

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city centre. This is what the video that the police have released shows.

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The scene seems entirely, the first and the door staff are seen talking

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to a group of men who turn up outside the bar at midnight.

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Suddenly, when one of the staff will not let the men in, it turns ugly. A

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fight breaks out. One of the men picks up a heavy stand and wields

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its like a weapon. He hits the door supervisor and then strikes it over

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his head. The doormen goes down, he collapses backwards and then the

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other staff finally get the men to go away.

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How is the man who was attacked? He is 40 years old, has not been

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named but we understand he is now recovering from this very bad

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attack. The police have described the four men involved as of Middle

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Eastern appearance and they are asking anyone who might know them or

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who might have witnessed the attack, to contact Leicestershire

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police on the non`emergency number, 101.

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Police say they have another sighting of a missing mother who was

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last seen a week ago. Elizabeth Kinston left her home in Beeston

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last Friday morning. Just before midday she was recorded on CCTV

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going past a pub near Nottingham railway station. Shortly after that,

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she was spotted near the Castle Marina retail park outside the city

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centre. We have conducted an extensive CCTV surgeon who have a

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confirmed sighting of her at Queens drive, of Castle Bridge Road. She

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was wearing a distinctive pink top, which from the rear, you can see a

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black outline of the figure of a chicken. It's really significant.

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She was wearing dark blue jeans and knee`length brown boots.

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Detectives investigating the death of a Leicester football coach have

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made two more arrests. Antoin Akpom, who was 20, died after being stabbed

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in Kent Street in the city in September. Two men aged 59 and 49

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have been detained on suspicion of assisting an offender. They've been

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released on police bail. Two others have been charged with murder and

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will appear in court at a later date.

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Detectives investigating the death of a man in a fire at a derelict

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warehouse in Derby have released mobile phone footage. Jaroslaw

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Wieczorek was found dead in the former factory on Great Northern

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road a month ago. This film of the fire was captured before the

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emergency services arrived. Officers want to find a man who was seen

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sitting on steps behind the building between 11 and noon on the day of

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the fire. Still to come: in sport, almost sold

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out. The Foxes v Forest. It's the big local derby. We'll be

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talking to Forest defender and former Fox Jack Hobbs ` a man with a

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foot in both camps. The Olympic athlete Andy Turner has

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spoken of his devastation and disgust after burglars ransacked his

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family home while he was at his mother's funeral.

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The Nottinghamshire hurdler says he believes they deliberately targeted

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the house after he mentioned the funeral on social media. They took

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his car, phones and a laptop which contained the last photos he'd taken

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of his mum Yvonne when she was alive.

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Sarah Teale has been speaking to Andy at his home in Hucknall.

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Happier times together. This was athlete Andy Turner and his proud

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mother in the run`up to last year 's Olympics. Sadly, 58`year`old Yvonne

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died unexpectedly last week after a stroke. While the family attended

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her funeral, yesterday, fees burgled their Nottingham home. You just

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think that at that point, things cannot get any worse but then you

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realise, things can. There are some disgusting people out there that do

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things like this. I hate them, I hate them, I hate them. Andy, who is

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European and Commonwealth champion, believes he may have been

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deliberately targeted after posting details of the funeral on social

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media. You do something like that, you don't think about criminals

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thinking it is their chance to take something. For them to even think

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like that is just disgusting. If that was the cause, I don't put it `

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regret putting it on Twitter because people got a chance to pay their

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last respects to my mum. As forensic teams examined the windows, news

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came that a stolen car had been found abandoned. He says it is his

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phone and laptop which he went back because they store precious photos

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of his last moments with his mum. It is not a car that I was forced

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about. It is the memories. I cannot get those memories back. They were

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on the phone and my laptop. That is what hurts the most. It is the

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memories, I need to get the memories back.

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As you heard there Andy Turner fears the burglars may have known he was

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out because he'd used social media to talk about his mother's funeral.

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Joining us now is Darren Surgey from Nottinghamshire police. Darren, a

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hard lesson on just what we should putting on social media.

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It is something we need to be very careful of, with Facebook, Twitter,

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the list goes on. It is making sure that what we are putting on their

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only our friends can see. We are looking at locking down our security

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settings, making sure we're not putting anything on there that

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somebody could take advantage of, but in this case. How often do

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pergolas specifically target homes having read information like that?

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Or is it more likely to be opportunistic? About 20% of all our

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burglaries are few insecurities and it is down to an opportunist

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situation, a beginner will go down the street. They will see an open

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window, a door that is not locked, and they will take a chance. If they

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do see through a window, and at tablet or khakis, it's things like

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that. They are very good at what they do and what we have to do is be

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one step in front and make sure we take the necessary measures. We will

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leave it there for now but thanks very much.

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A drive to kick`start Nottingham's economy is creating thousands of

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jobs just a year after it was started. That's the claim of those

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behind the Nottingham Growth Plan. It's not all good news though. The

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review has also shown there's still a jobs gap and the poor performance

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of a shopping centre is fuelling the number of empty shops.

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The growth plan was unveiled in July last year. As one of the UK's core

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cities, Nottingham received ?60 million from the government to

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unleash enterprise across the city. Its achievements have been reviewed

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by the likes of this person, one of the founders of an information

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company, who was pleased with progress. Last year was a record

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year in terms of new business start`ups. The thing that still has

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to be done is unemployment, that's still a problem in the city.

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Therefore, tackling unemployment is one of the priorities that we have.

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Since the plan started, almost 800 jobs have been created, with the

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potential of at least another 8000, if projects are delivered. Although

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200 apprenticeships have been created, there are still jobs and

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skills gap. If we wanted to go back to where we were before the

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financial crisis, we need to create another 10,000 jobs. 21`year`old

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Matthew is one of the lucky ones. He has just landed an assistant chef 's

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job in a pub restaurant, after one years apprenticeship. I was socially

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withdrawn with people. I had been out of work. Then I found this. It

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has done wonders for my life. Are you more confident? Very much more

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confident now. The review has identified an 8% fall in city centre

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shop vacancies. That reduction would have more than doubled if the broad

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Marsh Centre was excluded. Broad Marsh is an issue which we have

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focused on within the growth board and we are taking steps to try to

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secure funding to deal with it. But it is going to be something we

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tackle over the next few years, rather than something we can do in

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12 months. The review says continued growth depends on promoting key

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sectors, digital content, life sciences and clean technology. The

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city also needs to develop a skilled workforce, deliver major transport

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infrastructure projects on time and provide free Wi`Fi access. There are

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still a lot of work to be done. The Deputy Prime Minister, on a

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visit to Nottinghamshire, has stressed the importance of doing

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business with Europe for East Midlands who want to grow.

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But Nick Clegg also condemned this week's budget and job cuts announced

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by the Labour`run Nottinghamshire county council.

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Nick Clegg was visiting a company which makes yarn for car seats and

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exports most of it to Europe. It was county council job cuts that span

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the Deputy Prime Minister into this attack. It is hypocritical of Labour

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councillors in the Nottinghamshire county council which they now run,

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where they pay themselves or in summary than almost any other county

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council anywhere in the country, that they should be inflicting cuts

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on the ordinary people and working families of Nottinghamshire, rather

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than taking an axe to some of their pay and perks which they have in

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County Hall. Labour responded tonight, saying they had frozen

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allowances for the first year in a row. The Lib Dem 0

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allowances for the first year in a row. The Lib Dem leader was also

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fired up by attempts to force an early EU referendum. The issue

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matters for the boss of this firm. We are concerned that if we were to

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come out of the EU, we would have to reset relationships with the markets

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in which we are selling, which we think would be detrimental to our

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business. 95% of what is manufactured here is exported

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directly to the single market. If we are yanked out of that because of

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political extremism, this part of the world would be much poorer off.

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Nick Clegg says at stake is the future of manufacturing.

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A council leader, planning to cut 800 jobs, joins us to explain why

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they have to go. It is when you run since they were elected but do you

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know who your police and crime commission is and what difference

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have they made? We will be carrying out enquiries of our own. Join me

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from 12:25pm, this Sunday. Health officials say they're

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concerned many thousands of people still haven't taken up the offer of

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a flu jab before the winter really sets in.

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The NHS says the vaccinations not only save lives but can also ease

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some of the pressure on stretched hospitals and doctors through the

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colder months. Our Health Correspondent Rob Sissons is here.

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Rob, who can get the jabs this year? An incredible number of people these

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days, over 1 million people are entitled to it on the NHS. Let's

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take a quick look. In Leicestershire, there is an

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experiment going on, a pilot scheme, involving four to

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ten`year`olds with a nasal spray. Quite a long list.

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How is the campaign going this year? It's early days. After a slow start,

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it's picking up. They are about halfway through the campaign. I

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popped into a surgery today at Arnold in Nottinghamshire. This is

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the Highcroft surgery. The vaccination campaign is gathering

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pace. Over 2000 people here have been injected. It's getting those

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people who are reluctant to come through the surgery port ` door

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which is important. It's about being bothered to come down and do it. It

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doesn't hurt. I've only had it once. Very bad, high temperatures and

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hallucinations at night. You don't want to wait until the flu season is

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in full swing to get your job because it does take a couple of

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weeks for the job to begin to work. Last year, they were under 800

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people who ended up in intensive care with flu related illnesses. Flu

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hasn't taken off yet but pressure on our hospitals increasing?

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In a war of words this week just dash over how well our hospitals can

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cope, they say October was really busy, along with hospitals in Derby,

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Leicestershire and Lincoln. They have been struggling to hit their

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four`hour wait. We hope that it doesn't hurt us too

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hard. Students from De Montfort University

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in Leicester have won a top video game award. Their recreation of

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Tudor London was inspired by the British Library's historic map

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collection. Judges said it was so accurate it

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wouldn't look out of place in a Hollywood studio production. Have a

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look for yourself. London in the 17th century. Set in

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and around the streets and lanes where the great Fire of London broke

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out. Created by a team of university students, the realism and attention

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to detail is so impressive, they've won a top video gaming award. We

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were quite surprised. The quality of the work the other teams produced

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was amazing. When they announced we were the winners, it was a big

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shock. We put an extreme amount of effort in. The whole team are

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incredible hard workers. We are very proud. The competition was inspired

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by the British library 's historic map collection. But the students got

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inspiration from elsewhere as well. There are many historical

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references, but no tips plea Samuel Pepys diary. He gave names of

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streets and pubs. It took 14 weeks to create and is even being used in

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school history lessons. One of the issues is there tends to be a

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separation between arts and sciences in the UK, which is regrettable.

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What we tried to do is heal that devised to our students are

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technical and also artistic. You can get compelling visual experiences

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when he put the two together. The students are in the final year and

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they are hoping the award will lead to one thing in particular... Jobs!

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Jobs at the end of the day. That looks really brilliant.

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Still to come: the weather. And if you're attending a

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Remembrance Sunday event this weekend ` there's some better news

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from Kaye. We have got some cold, crisp autumn

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sunshine this weekend but there has to be reined in there somewhere. All

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the details coming up later. The sport. It is on the verge of a

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sell`out. Over 30,000 fans will be inside the King Power Stadium

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tomorrow for an all East Midlands affair. Leicester City versus

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Nottingham Forest. Leicester, second. Forest, sixth. This is what

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the clubs two managers have to say about the game. This one comes at a

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very important time for both sides. We have been on a pretty good run of

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late and are glad to continue that. I am sure Nottingham Forest will be

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looking to apply some pressure. It's an important three points and we are

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all excited and looking forward to it. As I've said before, it is the

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next game in the fixture list. We look forward to the game.

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Leicester are the in`form team in the Championship. City are in a hot

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streak at home. They have won eight in a row at the King Power Stadium

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and have only dropped two points out of a possible 21 there. Natalie has

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been in the Leicester camp this week.

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Ahead of this match, they have likened the atmosphere down here to

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the spirit at the training ground during the O'Neill days. Leicester

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are favourites to win this one, after their best start to the season

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in 129 years. And a win could put Nigel Pearson 's team at the top of

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the championship tomorrow will stop because of that and the parallels

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between the two teams, there has been extra interest this week. Both

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clubs get massive gates and it is a massive game for everyone. Last

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season 's epic game at the city ground saw Leicester win. It allowed

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them to stick into the play`offs in dramatic fashion, at Forest's

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expense. It was the 93rd minute and I looked up. I just managed to get

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the ball at my feet and I passed it through. He did the rest. It was a

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great feeling. For a Leicester player, it was one of the highlights

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of my career. I can probably speak for everyone who was on the field

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and it was a fantastic day. I'm sure they will come to do a job on us.

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Leicester City nine poorer `9 points above capital at a forest in the

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table. So, that's the view at Leicester,

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how are they feeling ahead of the big kick off at Forest. Well, one of

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their players has a foot firmly in both camps. Angela met up with

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defender Jack Hobbs. No need to mug up on this week 's

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opposition. Jack Hobbs spent three years at the Foxes. I felt like I

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really came on as a player. I did enjoy it. That was if you years ago

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now and now I'm in Nottingham Forest colours. I'm looking forward to try

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to pick of the three points on Saturday. So, now firmly on the red

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side of the a 46, he is relishing the prospect of returning to the

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stadium. I've learned a lot of Nigel being a centre half. I'm learning

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more. While they are flying, Forest's form has wobbled of late.

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We feel like we could be a lot higher. Some things have gone

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against us. Sometimes you've only got ourselves to blame. Fighting

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hard for his new team on once familiar territory, he will be going

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out to prove that he was the lad. Hopefully we get the three points

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and come away happy. Leicester and Forest won't be the

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only teams playing before a big crowd. Derby County expect over

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26,000 at Pride Park for their game against Sheffield Wednesday. We did

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our big feature with young star Mason Bennett here yesterday. You

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can see an extended version online at the BBC Sport website.

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Notts County's new boss says he feels for his players after years of

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uncertainty at the club. It's 48 hours since Shaun Derry became the

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eighth manager in four years at Meadow Lane and today he was doing

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his first formal pre`match press call before leading the team into

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the FA Cup first round at Hartlepool. When new managers come

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through the door, a lot of players are wary and worried about the

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future. I understand that. I've had a lot of managers in my career. I

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fully understand where the players are coming from. I think it is up to

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me and up to grade to set a standard for them to follow. If I can give

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them that, I believe in them. Confirmation of that game. Good luck

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to Alfreton. They play Wrexham. Leicester Tigers are in LV Cup

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action tonight at home to Ospreys but they have yet another injury to

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contend with. Scrum Half Ben Youngs has picked up a hip injury while on

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international duty. That means 26 out of Tigers 41 strong squad have

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been injured at some point this season.

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At the start of the week, as part of our Made in Leicester series, we

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asked you to send us photo's that sum up culture in Leicester and

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Leicestershire. Thanks to everyone who took the time to send their

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pictures in. Here's a selection. A rainbow of people... Different

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cultures... Made in Leicester... Well, how lovely were they?

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Very varied as well. Absolutely super!

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Some magnificent weather on the way for the weekend, some gorgeous

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sunshine but I will start with an appeal of my own. We've not had many

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of your weather pictures sent in recently. Get snapping and send them

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in. We will try and show a few of them on the weather slot. There have

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been scenes like this and there will be frosty seems this weekend. It

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will be a cold weekend. They will be showers around on Saturday but by

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Sunday, we will be having one of those cold, crisp autumn Sundays.

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Good news for remembrance service is taking place. Not quite as nice

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today. It has been pretty dismal. This rain has moved further north

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than we've been hoping for today. It is starting to pull away to the east

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now. We are drying up once again tonight and the skies are starting

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to clear right behind that as well. It is dry, clear and look at the

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temperatures, they are starting to take a tumble. It is a cold start

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and a bright start for many of us. You will have to be quick and

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ability to appreciate that. The code will start to thicken and... It

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should start to clear later in the day. Behind that, we should see

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something drier and brighter. Feeling very cold, six or seven

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degrees our top temperature. We are going into a cold started a night.

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Another ridge of high pressure moving in. This is going to be with

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us too much of Sunday. Another cold and frosty start to Sunday.

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Beautiful sunshine for much of the day. Perhaps a little bit more

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cloud. It is always very nice when

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Remembrance Sunday is crisp and sunny. Goodbye for now.

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