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Dominic Heale and me, Anne Davies. Tonight: The East Midlands

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businesses predicting a more prosperous New Year. Half expect

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higher profits, so is it curtains for the crisis? We are going in the

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right direction. Also tonight, 25,000 motorists get points on their

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licence for using phones at the wheel.

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Plus paintings inspired by the pop art era go on display in Nottingham.

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And the highlights of this year's record`breaking Children In Need.

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Hello. Welcome to the programme. First tonight, is his confidence in

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the East Midlands is at its highest level in six years with half of our

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company is expecting profits to rise over the next year. It is the most

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promising economic outlook since before the downturn, so light at

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last at the end of the economic tunnel here in the East Midlands.

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But what does it mean for jobs and are we beginning to feel that long

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lost feel`good factor? The recovery has finally taken hold.

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The governor of the Bank of England promised a brighter economic

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outlook. It is a view echoed by this Derbyshire curtain firm which is

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enjoying a boom again after going through the toughest time it has had

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in its 30 years of trading. It would have been quite easy to just close

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the door and throw away the key but you cannot do that. You have to come

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through it all and thankfully we have. There is invest ability back

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in the country now which is encouraging people to come out and

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spend some money. And people are feeling much more positive about job

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security. A new study shows 76% of people here in the East Midlands are

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more confident about either getting a job or keeping the bond they have

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got. And that is backed up by the latest unemployment figures, which

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have fallen by 8.6% in this region in the last quarter, from 181,000

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down to `` 166,000. And feedback to the Chamber of Commerce paint the

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most positive picture they have seen since they started measuring

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business confidence six years ago. Over half of the businesses

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questioned expected to see a rise in profit in the next year. People are

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starting to feel slightly more confident that things are going in

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the right direction. They are feeling a bit more stable so they

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are willing to spend money again. Businesses are beginning to see more

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positives. So they can grow as well. But I'd only streets of

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Nottingham, not everyone is sharing the confidence that the economy is

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picking up. `` but out on the streets of Nottingham. You hear it

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is picking up and the next day you hear interest rates have gone up.

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Every time you see the television, somebody has lost their jobs or

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hospitals are shutting down .Mac I do not think times have got a lot

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better, because things are still struggling. There is propaganda

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making everyone believed Binks are getting better, but really they are

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not. It might be a note of caution for

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Mark Carney, who said this in August. This is real bellwether for

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the UK economy. Why is our region used as the benchmark for the UK? It

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is a microcosm in the East Midlands. But in Nottingham, the

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recession has forced a change of business direction to ensure

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economic buoyancy in the future. Nottingham is a city that has always

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designed and made things. It is famous for that. But now we have to

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rethink what that means. Light sciences and creative industries,

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technologies, these are the sorts of sectors that in the future will

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provide not just employment at what we want to be. Companies are pinning

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their hopes on the recovery and believe it is full steam ahead for

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an economic boom. I can enjoy the next three or four years, I think,

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as a result of it. D2N2 is the local enterprise

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partnership for Derby, Derbyshire, Nottingham and Nottinghamshire. It

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plays a key role in deciding our economic rarities. Its chief

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executive, David Ralph, joins us in the studio. Where are the new jobs

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in our region coming from? There is a lot of work to do. Cautiously to

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mistake `` cautiously optimistic. The big numbers of jobs are coming

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in with Rolls`Royce and in the small to medium`sized enterprises. That is

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important because we do not have as many of those as we would like to

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have. We have seen a bit of a housing bubble and are starting to

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see growth in real estate and other key areas. So the little microcosm

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is beaming at the moment but I do not want people to get carried away.

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You mentioned a key sectors. Which one will do outstandingly well? We

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are committed to revival in manufacturing. This is about

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sustainable jobs and here in Derby and Nottinghamshire and the wide

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area, we have some fantastic options particularly for high`tech

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manufacturing. Plain, trains and automobiles in Derby. I sciences,

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health and beauty in Nottingham. Low`carbon. The digital and other

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sectors are really important. The Peak District offers good tourism.

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We have good industries. In one sentence, you mentioned the bubble,

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is it going to continue or could it collapse because it is fragile? We

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are seeing some very positive signs but there is a lot of work to do. We

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are definitely seeing signs of housing growth and business is

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growing and orders coming in on our supply chains. A bit of an economic

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upturn. So fingers crossed? We are in a better place. Still to come, a

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world champion takes a trip to the shops.

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Boxer Carl Froch prepares for Saturday's big fight with a warm up

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at his local shopping centre. And we are about to be jabbed with a

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low blow this weekend. Thermals to the ready. It is about to get a lot

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colder. `` this week. Next, it has emerged that 25,000

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drivers in the East Midlands have points on their licences for driving

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while on the phone. The road safety charity Brake is now calling for all

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hands`free phones to be banned from cars or even locked in the boot.

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Loughborough University researchers have a special test car which

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monitors just how easily drivers can get distracted.

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Most of us think we are quite good at multitasking, and I guess I am

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not alone. But driving while being asked difficult questions on a

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hands`free phone certainly showed that you really cannot do anything

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other than drive. 266 .Mac? No. Out in Loughborough and it seems many

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people are distracted by their phones. I have no points and I do

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not answer the phone when I'm driving, or text or anything. It is

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not a good idea. I set my hands`free up before I set off. You are on the

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way home and somebody contacts you to say pick`ups of milk or meat here

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and you want to read the message because it might change your journey

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but you know you should not. A leading charity is calling for a ban

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on hands`free calls. People who are speaking on their phone at the wheel

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are at a similar level of risk as those who are over the drink drive

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limit. You struggle to adapt to changing road situations and respond

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to hazards. People would be quite surprised to learn that if you take

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your eyes away from the road for even two seconds at a time you are

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increasingly significantly increasing your risk level. So when

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I am on the phone and being given something to think about, I

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accelerate? You do, yes. Your driving is different. Brake is

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calling for the penalty for using the phone behind the wheel to be

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increased to up to ?1000. So next time, we'll you pick up?

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Other news. The Derby`based engine maker Rolls`Royce has secured two

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orders worth ?3 billion. The first is from the United Arab Emirates'

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national carrier, Etihad Airways. The firm will provide engines for 50

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Airbus A350 planes. The second contract is from Qatar Airways, for

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engines to power five Airbus A330 freighter aircraft.

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Two men have been charged over a security alert in Derbyshire in the

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summer. The incident happened on Victoria Street in Clay Cross in

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June and led to residents being moved out of their homes and part of

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the town being closed. A 20`year`old was charged with a bomb hoax

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offence, possession of a firearm and theft of diesel. A 23`year`old was

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charged with two counts of theft of diesel.

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This is rather fabulous behind us. What is it? It is Reggie Reilly,

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1967. One of the most influential private

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collections of modern Art is here. It is about to be made public for

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the first time in the East Midlands. Partly inspired by the explosion of

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pop art in the 1960s, the Nottingham exhibition features an array of a

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list artists. Our arts reporter was given a special preview.

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It was an era that shook up the art world and paved the way for a

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generation of new names. Pop art began in the 1960s and mirrored a

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rapidly changing culture. From David Hockney to Peter Blake, many of the

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founding fathers are here. Rusted Mac it was emerging from that really

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grim post`war period and it was the influence of Americanisation.

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Artists were starting to look at advertising and popular culture

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generally, but they were looking for ways of trying to reinvigorate

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painting. Whilst the collection idioms in the 1960s, it spans almost

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five decades and is a roll call of letter a list artists. `` A list

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artists. These artworks are all owned by an entrepreneur most famous

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for setting up the carphone warehouse. Is a former Nottingham

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University student and these paintings are just a fraction of his

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private collection. Paintings would normally be in the home, a very

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large home, but they are a private collection. We are seeing them in

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different circumstances here. Normally they would be surrounding

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by the furnishings of somebody's home. Ford Neil Walker, the earlier

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works are particularly exciting. I think I have to say that this has to

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be a strong contender. It is such a bold paintings and it just sums up

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that era. The artworks will be on display at the Lakeside arts Centre

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until February, after which they will be packed up and returned home.

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They do look fabulous. We like them a lot. Next tonight, a complete

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change. Cardiac arrests. They do not just affect older people. The young

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can also be victims. 19`year`old Sam from Derby died from heart problems

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almost two years ago. Now thanks to fund raising in his name, a piece of

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life`saving equipment was presented to his old school.

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When someone suffers heart problems, this could save them. Remove all

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clothing from pace `` patient's chest. A defibrillator was presented

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to the score of a former pupil, Sam, who died suddenly after returning

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home from a run. His mother says that with the kind of Ings `` events

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were organised to raise money. His mother says they were the kind of

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things he would enjoy being involved with. He liked runs, cycling,

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swimming. He had boundless energy. When someone suffers a cardiac

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arrest and somebody performs CPR on that person, their chance of

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survival is only 21%. But if a defibrillator is used, the survival

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rate goes up to 75%. The defibrillator is designed for

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anyone to use. It starts to talk to you and tells you when to put the

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pads on the chest. It instructs you. Funds will also be used for

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preventative checks on people 's' health. We will screen 16 and

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17`year`old boys particularly for cardiac risk and we will be able to

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do that next April. We offer that to stick form. They hope the

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defibrillator will not be used but in an emergency, this school is

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ready. Figures released today show more

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than half of children in the East Midlands use the internet without

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parental supervision. The anti`bullying Alliance says more

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than a third of parents in our region also believe their child may

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have been bullied online. Earlier this year, Hammersmith from

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Leicestershire is thought to have killed herself after online

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bullying. `` Hannah Smith. They child bullying charity says it has

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seen an increase in calls since her death. An RSPCA centre in Darby says

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it has seen double the number of animals come through its doors since

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2012. It has been full for a year and

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there is a waiting list of at least three months. They are reminding

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people to only buy pets this Christmas if they will be cared for

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responsibly. Many people who want to leave their animals at the shelter

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have already been turned away. A great big thank you to everyone

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who raised money for BBC Children In Need this year. We raised more than

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ever before in the East Midlands. Nearly ?1.2 million. He is a big

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bear! Nearly 1000 people came to the

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Nottingham celebration. Here are just a view of the highlights.

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It is Friday, it is November, it must be Children In Need. We are

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down here at the Nottingham Tennis Centre.

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They have raised ?3365. What did you do? A flash mob in Leicester. That

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is when you secretly start dancing and nobody knows, right? I did the

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story of four different victors. The first one is from when I was

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homeless. The others are where I came from and where I am now.

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Children In Need funds the group that helps you. What has it done for

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you? It has given me so many opportunities to show off my work

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and it has opened a massive career path. It is one of the stories of

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what Children In Need is all about. Brilliant. We did the sponsored walk

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from Nottingham to Derby, 80 miles. It is 14 years since we have done it

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this year. We raised ?45,000. You raise so much every year. 5000 this

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year. Yes, all be children have been doing a sponsored sing along.

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MUSIC. It is all about raising money so it is time to say a big thank you

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to all the groups who have done just that. ?1000 from this scuba diving

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club. What did you do? We had an underwater tea party. How many of

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you? 17. Mad but brilliant. Thank you. What have you done? We walked

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1800 miles. We raised ?1800. # She wore blue Velvet... We have

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had 27 people in a taxi. Did they have to be very small? Smaller than

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me. What does Children In Need mean to you? It has enabled us to reach

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more children with cerebral palsy. A giant thank you to everyone who

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raised this money and help us here on Children In Need. We do not know

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what we would do without you. And another thank you, as well,

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thank you for sending all your amazing fundraising pictures. We

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have put a whole selection of them on our Facebook page, so have a look

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at that. We have a fabulous weekend of sport

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coming, do we? Kind of mixed. We start with the world champion

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oxer, Carl Froch says he's confident he'll be the clear winner when he

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puts his title on the line on Saturday. He's fighting fellow

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countryman George Groves in what the promoter is calling The Battle of

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Britain. Today, Froch made his final preparations in front of shoppers in

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his home town of Nottingham. Mark Shardlow reports.

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He has stood many grand entrances. Now a walk through a busy shop. Very

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good. Ready. It would not be Christmas without a man with a beard

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and this was the chance to see a close`up training routine. It is

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great for the fans to see him. Is from round here and it is nice that

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he comes back and does all this. It is five years since col frock first

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became a world champion. His camp say he is in no mood to let that go.

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Every fight has its dangers, underestimating opponents, it is all

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possible. That he is top`notch. Around 1000 fans came to wish him

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well, including some from a local primary school. He is a well`known

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boxer and everyone knows about him. It is fantastic. He is an amazing

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boxer. Thanks to everyone for coming. I really appreciate it! If

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no one had turned up it would have put me on a downer, but it has

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raised my spirits. The carrot for a big win on Saturday is another week

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pay day and a night successive world title.

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And we've got more from inside the Carl Froch camp all week, including

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a behind`the`scenes look as he does his cardio work out in the gym.

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On to the football now, and Derby have confirmed the signing of

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much`travelled midfielder Kalifa Cisse. The Malian, who played

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Premier League football with Reading, will stay at Pride Park for

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at least the next two months. Notts County hope to find out by the

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end of the year whether new manager Shaun Derry will also be able to

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play for them this season. He's already played for two clubs and

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usually that would rule him out, but Notts have asked the league to

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clarify their rules. For now, Derry is strictly in the dugout, where he

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saw Notts lose again at the weekend. But it wasn't all doom and gloom.

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Kirsty Edwards reports. Plenty for the new men in charge to

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ponder before Saturday's game. Shaun Derry arrived at Meadow Lane 12 days

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ago, knowing he faces a huge challenge in his first job as a

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manager. And what a challenge he has. Notts County have won just

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three league games out of 16. They are bottom of the league, with just

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ten points so far this season. There are now 30 games left to escape

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relegation, but Derry is convinced they can do it. He reckons a vastly

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improved display on Saturday gives them plenty to feel positive about,

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despite the game against Wolverhampton Wanderers ending in

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defeat. They should have taken the lead in the first half. This was the

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best chance of the half. They were eventually made to pay when walls

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broke the deadlock well into the second half. `` walls. They deserved

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more for their efforts. Listen, I do not think Wolverhampton Wanderers

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are going to have much harder games this season than what we gave them

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today. I'm proud of the players and I have told them it needs to be

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every single weekend that they turn it on. I am really proud of them.

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In League Two, Mansfield's good start is ebbing away a little, going

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down to ten men at home to Oxford United not helping them on Saturday.

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The Stags were already a goal behind to Oxford United when it happened.

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Jamie McGuire left the ground, making this challenge on Sean Rigg.

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The red card was decisively instant. The eight minutes of added time at

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the end of the first half featured drama too. An equaliser for

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Mansfield swiftly followed by what turned out to be Oxford's winner.

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They added another later to make sure.

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On to the ice ` speed skating first. And there was mixed news for the

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Nottingham short track skaters at the World Cup event in Poland. With

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Olympic qualification up for grabs, the much talked`about men's relay

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team couldn't get the result they needed to go to Sochi. But Elise

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Christie ` the World's best woman over a 1,000m ` HAS qualified,

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overcoming injuries to get a bronze medal.

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A dramatic weekend for Nottingham Panthers Ice Hockey ` won one, lost

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one against old rivals Sheffield Steelers. After going down in a

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close game in Sheffield on Saturday, Panthers delighted their home fans

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last night. Sunday's first period featured just

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what you might expect from a Panthers`Steelers game, a good

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old`fashioned, if one`sided dustup, as accounts were settled from

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Saturday's match. As a bonus, once Brett Henley had been thrown out of

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the game, Panthers responded with Matt Francis' related short`handed

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goal to take the lead. Great stuff. The Steelers found an equaliser in

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the second period, and with a series of injuries and penalties, Panthers

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looked to be up against, but what a third period they produced. From the

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moment they went ahead on the power play, they never looked back. Five

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goals in 20 minutes, including Francis completing his hat`trick.

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That is certainly the way you want them to finish the weekend. Did you

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enjoy Children In Need? Especially the tennis centre.

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Seeing those youngsters loving it. I did not go into the tennis bit.

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Some of the able`bodied kids got into the wheelchairs and they played

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wheelchair tennis. I thought that was lovely. It is magic. Talking

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about magic, there was a rainbow. Did you see it?

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It was gorgeous. But it is about to get a lot colder, unfortunately. No

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reason to panic. Nothing particularly scary. It is a cold

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front and this is the dividing line between the milder air in the South

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and colder air in the North. As it sinks tonight we will get a blast of

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the colder air. Certainly turning colder. We have been bracing

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ourselves for it for the past week but it will be one of those dutiful

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crisp and sunny autumn days. This weather friend has practically

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cleared across the East Midlands and we have had a sharp edge to the

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cloud as well. It will be cleared for most of us tonight. The chance

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of a wintry showers. It could turn icy in the Peak District. Elsewhere

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dry and very cold. Close to freezing in the towns and city centres but we

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will be be going just below that in rural spots by morning. It is cold,

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it is crisp, it is a very frosty start to the day tomorrow morning.

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But lots of lovely son tried to keep us going. Little to spoil backed by

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the end of the afternoon. The chance of a wintry flurry. That is in the

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afternoon. But that will be very isolated. Lots of lovely sunshine.

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Add on the wind and it will feel freezing literally tomorrow

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afternoon. Into Wednesday, an area of low pressure that will sink

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southwards through Wednesday as it hits that cold air. There is the

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chance it could turn a big win to read on the leading edge of that,

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mainly across the higher ground of the Peak District. `` turn wintry.

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And it is only big N. I was shocked. It is only the 18th of the month. We

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will 'We wanna do

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a science fiction series.' CS Lewis meets HG Wells meets

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Father Christmas, that's the Doctor. Can't we have Doctor Who

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without Doctor Who? Travel back to the birth

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of a phenomenon.

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