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suitable chairman of the Co-op. That is all from the BBC News at

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

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Tonight, tragedy hits a Derbyshire village as two women and two boys

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die in a housefire. The fire broke out in the early hours in a terraced

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house here in the village of North Wingfield. 0

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house here in the village of North Wingfield. A seven`year`old girl

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survived. Plus, grey skies over Leicester as

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Hull become UK City of Culture. Plus the moment police interrupted

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an intruder. And the council tenants being given a sporting chance to get

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more active. Good evening and welcome to the

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programme. First tonight, police are investigating the deaths of two

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women and two boys who were killed in a fire at a house in Derbyshire.

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A third child, a seven`year`old girl, is in hospital.

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Firefighters were called to the property in the village of North

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Wingfield, near Clay Cross just after 5am this morning, after a

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neighbour raised the alarm. Our reporter Simon Hare is there for us

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tonight. Simon, what more can you tell us?

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Well, we now know of course that for people died in the housefire here

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behind me just over 12 hours ago, two adults, two children, and an

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investigation into what caused it is underway. The latest is that it is

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not thought to be suspicious, but the police and fire service work

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goes on. Some good news from this whole incident, one child, a

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seven`year`old girl, somehow got out of the fire alive.

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From the outside, it is hard to tell there has even been fired here. And

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a fire that proved to be so deadly. For lives lost, two women and two

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boys `` four. Our firefighters battled the conditions, four rescues

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were carried out. Unfortunately those rescues did not avail and all

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four perished. We can also confirm that a seven`year`old girl survived

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the fire and has minor injuries. Consistent with smoke inhalation. A

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joint police and fire service investigation into what caused the

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fire is under way. This normally busy a road between the town and the

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Aone is closed. We didn't know about a fire until one of the neighbours

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told me. There must been about five police cars, a fire engine, it is

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just surreal. It is yards away from my house. Shocking. You have to feel

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for people. It is a tragic event, the impact on the community is

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recognised, and together we are working through that with the

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family. Specially trained officers are working with the family to take

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this forward. As soon as we have anything more to tell you, we are

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happy to do so, at the moment that is as far as I can tell you. Some

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family members came to the scene to see it for themselves.

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Understandably, too upset to talk to the media. A sense of greed `` grief

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and shock shared by this community. Any word on identity this evening?

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They are starting to be named amongst the local community and on

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social media, as you might expect. But the police tell us they are not

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confident yet that they have informed all members of close family

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members, next of kin, so it would be inappropriate for me to share those

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names. We do believe that it is a woman who had this house, her

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daughter is the one who survived, and a friend of hers who was staying

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with her and her two sons who have also died. We are still awaiting

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more confirmation from the police tonight. Thank you very much.

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An hour long rampage was brought to an end by police marksmen who shot a

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man with a taser after he'd attacked the home of a disabled woman.The

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final 0 the home of a disabled woman.The

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final few minutes were recorded by CCTV as 28`year`old Jamie Swann

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taunted officers and damaged Jane Green's car. She told East Midlands

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Today reporter James Roberson that she was still traumatised.

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Jane Green's disabled, with severe back and lung problems. She uses

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CCTV to keep a close eye on her home, and on the car she needs to

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get around. One night last month, she was terrified to be awoken by a

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huge noise outside. I CCTV monitor revealed a man attacking her car. He

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was 28`year`old Jamie Swann. I spent the next `` he spent the next ten

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minutes or so taunting the police and smashing up my car. Jamie Swann

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confronted the police when they arrived, eventually the teaser Tim

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and he was finally subdued. I thought he was trying to break into

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my house. I am disabled and I was struggling with all sorts of things,

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but I thought he was trying to get into the house. He did damage the

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back door. The damage to the car was covered by insurance, but he also

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ripped pipes off the outside wall. She has not received compensation

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because Jamie Swann was not ordered to pay any. He was jailed for 22

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months. The biggest worry for Jane is how the episode has left her. The

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first few weeks I could not sleep at all. My CCTV monitor is in my

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bedroom, every little noise I was waiting for something to happen and

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looking at the monitor. I am still very frightened. Now she reminds

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passers`by she does have CCTV, and is reassured to see police

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patrolling her street. Still to come: A look back at the

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career of the Nottingham broadcaster and writer Ray Gosling, whose death

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was 0 and writer Ray Gosling, whose death

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was announced today. And Anna will be here with the

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latest word on the weather. Yes, the weather has taken us on a real

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adventure, we have had it all. Some, hail, wind and even some snow. The

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adventure is set to continue. I will have more details are little later.

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But first, there's been major disappointment in Leicester after it

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missed out on becoming the next UK City of Culture.

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After all the hard work and cash expended on the bid, it was

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announced that Hull will receive the title in 2017. Our arts reporter

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Geeta Pendse has been closely following the ups and downs of

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Leicester's bid. Hopeful looks this morning as

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supporters gathered at Leicester's Theatre. Then the moment arrived. I

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am delighted to announce that the UK City of Culture 2017 is Hull. After

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months of planning, for many it was hard news to swallow. Very

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disappointed. I think it has been an enormous journey to get to this

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point and it is a real shame that we have not won. They were not the

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words we wanted to hear. Crushed? I thought we were going to win. Of

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course it was a different story for Hull who received a unanimous yes.

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Impressed by a theme based on a city coming out of the shadows. It was a

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city that was hungry, desperate to come out the negative perception.

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They used phrases like they wanted to find their place in the UK and

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come out of the shadows. A big part of the bid was to realise

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the potential of Leicester, 's cultural infrastructure. It was

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hoped that having the title would stimulate interest in this area. Of

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course, that challenged all remains. The Mayor of Leicester say some

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events will still take place, without the culture title,

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attracting funding outside of the city council will be difficult.

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Obviously today we dust ourselves off a bit, it is not going to be

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lost. There is a determination to show them but we do not need the

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title of city of culture. We can do it anyway. Bigger, better, and we

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don't need to wait until 2017. A few events on the horizon, but tonight

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the lights are out on Leicester's hoped to be the next UK City of

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Culture. Still lots of culture there, and a

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fabulous place to go. A teenage bomb`maker from

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Loughborough is facing a re`trial, after a jury failed to decide if he

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was preparing a terrorist attack. The 17`year`old admitted possessing

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explosives, and the trial heard that he wrote plans for a massacre at his

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old school. Our Social Affairs Correspondent, Jeremy Ball, has been

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following the case, and joins us from Leicester. Good evening, what

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happened today? Well, the jury's been considering

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two separate terrorism charges. Preparing an attack and possessing a

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poison manual. But the jury hasn't been able to decide whether he is

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guilty or not. Yesterday the judge said he was prepared to take a

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majority verdict. This afternoon there was still no agreement. So the

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jury's been discharged. It means there'll be another hearing to

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decide what happens next. Prosecutors say they'll ask for a

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retrial next year. By that stage, the teenager will have turned 18, so

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we'll be allowed to identify him. This trial's been going on for a

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month. What do we know now about what happened? A lot of it is not

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disputed. He admitted three explosives offences, building pipe

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bombs and improvised explosive devices, and testing petrol bombs as

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well. The trial also heard that he had a crossbow and a large

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collection of guns and knives. The jury had to decide about whether he

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was serious about using those weapons for an attack. It all boiled

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down to a series of notes he had written about what he called the new

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Columbine. What does those notes say? They set out details that were

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based on the Columbine high school massacre in the states. That

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involved the murder of 12 pupils, and one of their teachers, back in

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1999. The teenager had written about how to carry out a similar attack at

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his own old school in Loughborough. He had also written a list of

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potential targets, including Loughborough mosque. He had also

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named the local council and the local cinema. What is disputed is

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whether these were genuine plans or whether, as the defence put it, they

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were simply jottings to help them cope with years of persistent

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bullying. A new jury has to make up their minds about this. Thank you

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very much. Mountain rescue teams are searching

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for a senior Derbyshire police officer who's gone missing.

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48`year`old Chief Inspector Tim Frohwein was last seen on Sunday

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afternoon. He's recovering from knee surgery and it's believed he was out

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walking. He was wearing a long dark coat, blue shirt and brown jeans.

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Water search teams and specialist police dogs have been scouring dense

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woodland close to his Buxton home. ?27 million is to be spent

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rebuilding a Nottingham college. New College Nottingham's Basford Hall

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site was saved from closure six years ago. Thanks to loans and

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Government cash, the new centre will have facilities for training

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students in construction, science and technology. Work will start next

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spring and should take 18 months. You're watching East Midlands Today

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on the BBC, and the broadcaster and writer Ray Gosling has died in

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hospital in Nottingham. He was 74. He made hundreds of films and radio

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programmes for both the BBC and Granada. His career ended

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controversially while filming for BBC Inside Out.

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Tony Roe, who worked with him, has been looking back at his career.

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The East Midlands is my country. Leicester and Nottingham, the two

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towns I have grown around. I go home to them. From the early 60s until

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his enforced retirement, Ray Gosling made TV and radio programmes about

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the people and places he was fond of. It was worth taking part in

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life. Freely. Properly. With spirit. Not just letting people,

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authorities, do whatever they wanted to do. He wrote like he spoke,

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direct. He said what he thought, and he listened. I said, he's gone.

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Nothing more was ever said. In 2010, his TV career ended when he

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confessed to taking the life of a gay friend who was dying from AIDS

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in hospital. A false claim, he convinced himself, for whatever

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reason, was true. He thought everybody would not be bothered

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about that. We have got to forget about that, remember his talent. For

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decades, he came out with stunning interviews at a level most of us

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were not capable of. Why don't you throw in the towel? That is not a

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nice thing to say. He was writing not a biography he never finished.

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He missed doing the telly. I'm glad I never went to London. I have done

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so much in Nottingham. And you can hear Ray's last interview with John

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Holmes on Radio Nottingham this Sunday at 11am. That's on 103.8FM.

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A firm that helps to set up apprenticeships is to create 100

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jobs after getting a ?1.75 million loan from a fund backed by the

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taxpayer and wealthy business people.

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But, and there is a but, to qualify for the cash, the company will have

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to leave its base in Derbyshire and move over the county border into

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Nottinghamshire. Mike O'Sullivan reports.

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Just 20, the operations manager at this business in Mansfield. He

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started as an apprentice. It is the best thing I have ever done. When I

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was at college I was up and down, up and down. I got this job on a

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website. This is the training provider that helped deliver his

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apprenticeship. They have now been given a ?1.75 million loan to expand

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and create 100 jobs. The country `` company is based here in Derbyshire,

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right on the border with Nottinghamshire. But the business is

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going to have to move into Nottinghamshire to get a postcode so

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it can qualify for this huge loan. It is a requirement. We need to

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relocate to Nottingham or the Nottinghamshire area. This will not

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be an issue for us. We do need larger premises. The loan is coming

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from a company which has ?40 million to help businesses. The

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government's British business bank and the Nottinghamshire local

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government pension scheme are involved. So are three leading

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businessmen with Nottingham connections. The company announced

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its arrival last night. It is also backed by a big investment company.

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We are interested in backing companies that will be here in five,

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20, 50 years time. Baxter there alone, positive outcomes say they

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will be able to set up thousands more apprenticeships `` thanks to

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their loan. Still to come: The Ashes start at

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midnight our time, and already the atmosphere's a little lively.

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Nottinghamshire's Stuart Broad is far from flavour of the month with

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some sections of the Australian media. Find out why later.

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A council has set itself the target of getting 10% of its tenants

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involved in physical or sporting activity over the next three years.

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The project has been backed with a grant from Sport England which has

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also awarded a further ?2 million towards the redevelopment of one of

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Nottingham's sports centres. Quentin Rayner reports.

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You are looking at where the deep end of Nottingham's first 50 metre

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Olympic sized swimming pool is going to be. But on a smaller scale, at

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this community centre, a big idea is also taking shape. The city council

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wants to encourage its tenants, particularly in areas of

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deprivation, to use community centres and public spaces for a

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minimum of 30 minutes a week of sporting and physical activity.

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Professional coaches will train local volunteers to teach various

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sports to the tenants. A lot of people tend to relax at home and use

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the telly too much. This is a good idea to get them out, and they enjoy

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themselves. If this was around when I was at school I might have

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continued in sport and not let it die off. We have about 55,000 people

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living in our properties within the city. The aim is to try and get 10%

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of those engaged in sporting activities. The scheme has been

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backed by Sport England. We are bringing the sport other people

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today, allowing them the opportunity to take part in sport on their

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doorstep. Major redevelopment is already well underway. But Sport

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England has put in an extra ?2 million. Another lane can now be

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added to the athletics track, and a playing field converted into a

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cycling circuit. This redevelopment marks the final part of a policy to

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create fewer, but better quality leisure facilities, across the city.

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It will reopen in 2015. The community scheme is already up and

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running. Brilliant. Still on the subject of

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physical exercise, we can bring you these pictures of an athlete who's

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overcome quite a few hurdles to reach peak physical form.

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This is Lavender the sheep from Ellastone near Ashbourne, who

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certainly has a spring in her step. In fact she's an accomplished woolly

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jumper. Especially over hurdles. If she completes the official course

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she could soon hold the world record for "The Fastest Ten` Obstacle

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Course Completed By A Sheep." There is nothing to say after that,

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is there? Apart from, here is the real sport.

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We start with cricket, and the Ashes Down Under starts at midnight with

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Nottinghamshire's Stuart Broad in the firing line. An Australian

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newspaper has begun its coverage by banning Broad's name. They say it's

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because of Stuart's refusal to walk after being caught out in the Ashes

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Test at Trent Bridge in the summer. Well, Joe Wilson is in Brisbane for

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us and has sent us this. At some point during the first test

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match here in Brisbane, it might happen in the first few minutes,

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Stuart Broad will find himself fielding on the boundary, and he

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might want to close his ears. He knows he is going to get fearful

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abuse from the crowd here. He has been described in the Australian

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media as Stuart Broad `` fraud. When I was speaking to David Warner

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here, he said, Stewart has a sense of humour about this. However,

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Alistair Cook has been very clear today that he wants Stuart Broad to

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be an in`your`face, combative cricketer. He thinks he can be

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England's game changer during this Test match, just as he was in

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Durham. I wonder if this Test match can possibly be as memorable as the

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one at Trent Bridge? If so, we're in a fun five days.

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We are indeed, and we will be mentioning the Broad name a lot

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throughout this series hopefully. Meanwhile, Australian batsmen has

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signed for Nottinghamshire. Onto speedway, and good news for the

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Leicester Lions. They will fulfil their ambition next year of racing

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in the Elite League. The club's application to join the top tier has

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been granted by the British Speedway Promoters' Association. The Lions

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have operated in the Premier League, the middle tier of the sport, since

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returning to speedway in 2011. But they will now become part of a

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10`club structure in the Elite League. Competing at the top and

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representing the East Midlands. Next, an exclusive insight into the

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final preparations for Carl Froch as he prepares for his World Title

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defence. He's revealed his schoolboy best friend helps keep him

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motivated. The Nottingham Super Middleweight Champion takes on

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George Groves on Saturday. And Mark Shardlow dropped in on Froch on what

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was supposed to be a day off from the gym.

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Even for a world champion, a gym session is hard, and getting their

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even harder. Every time I think I'll stay in bed this morning, Adam is on

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it. If he can do it, I have got to do it. It keeps me going. It is good

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to have a wing man. Especially one who is fit and in great shape. They

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have been friends for 25 years and are still training together. He was

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born to be a fighter. Had he been born so many years ago he would have

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been a gladiator. That's what he is, and to see a working class guy go to

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the great heights of top`level boxing, and do it by sheer drive,

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ambition and desire, is incredible. What better could I have as Roma

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Rome at and a best friend? I make it my mission to catch on. Without Adam

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there, it is difficult. It is always better to run with somebody. You can

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get lonely on your own. Carl's team is full of family and friends,

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though they are not always helpful. My anti`landed yesterday with half a

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carrot cake. It was outrageous. It was straight to the kicked in for a

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slice of carrot cake. `` cake tin. No pain, no gain, it is an old

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cliche but it is true. Pain is weakness. Make it as hard as

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possible, which is there, then pedal. I will be going straight to

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that machine. Your legs are burning. And your breathing heavy. That is

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when the work`out starts. Every time you step the ring, you must know

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you're going to get pain? A lot of people ask that. In all honesty,

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when I am fighting it does not hurt. And so, the gym session for this

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fight is over. That'll do me. It has been good. It is your turn now. Have

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you got your running shoes on? He is never short on commitment, is

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he? Very true. In the gym on his day off. What is best friend said about

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him is absolutely true. Totally committed to the sport. We cannot

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wait for Saturday. It is going to be a sell`out. I can believe it's been

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a year ago that he got that amazing win in Nottingham. A great thing to

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see. The enthusiasm still is great. The tickets sold out in 11 minutes.

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We are not going then? Thanks for that. Let's see if the weather is a

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sell`out. We had it all today, hail, sunshine and autumn time weather as

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well. Tomorrow is looking a little bit quieter. There will be plenty of

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bright weather to be had. You might get a photo like this. Thank you for

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sending that in. What happened earlier today? We had a weather

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front moving its way south this morning that brought all that rain,

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hail, sleet and snow to higher ground. Staying quite breezy as we

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go through this evening. Plenty of showers around. We do have a warning

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in force for Derbyshire, across higher ground, for snow this

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evening. We could get two to five centimetres. It is over higher

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ground and it will not cause an issue. It will quickly turn back to

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rain as we go through the night. Some lower levels, a little bit of

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sleet, but it is mostly would`be rainforest as we go through the

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evening and overnight tonight. A good scattering of showers, a lot of

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cloud, holding temperatures up to night, lows of two degrees. It

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should be a frost free night. Showers around first thing tomorrow

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morning, but slowly they start to ease. A breezy day on Thursday.

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Bright or sunny intervals, but still feeling chilly in that north

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easterly wind. Highs of seven degrees on Thursday. As we go

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towards the end of the week, high pressure is in charge. It is

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building and it will be with us throughout the weekend. It will be

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settled into the week, much lighter winds. But also the risk of frost

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and some freezing fog. Staying chilly towards the end of the week.

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Frost and fog, those phrases weather presenters hate.

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I am on the late news. Hope you can join me then. Goodbye.

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I'm Nigel Slater, a cook. And I'm Adam Henson, a farmer.

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all back in touch with where our food really comes from.

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You asked me to grow some durum wheat to produce your pasta.

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Our own eggs, our own flour - couldn't ask for more, really.

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