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Louise, thank you. That's all from the BBC

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On East Midlands Today at 6:30: This is East Midlands Today with Dominic

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Heale and me, Anne Davies. Tonight ` a mother's extraordinary

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act of forgiveness. Mandie Brown hikes are serving

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prisoner whose drink`driving killed her son. Everything he has done,

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Michael has always shown true remorse.

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Also tonight, after 20 years of dereliction, and I saw and drugs

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haven is finally demolished. Alas, is it right to fight? What

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Boxer Carl Froch tells his little boy.

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And the new `` a mastiff who is half the dog she used to be.

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Good evening. Welcome to Thursday's programme. First tonight ` in an

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extraordinary display of forgiveness, a mother today publicly

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embraced a serving prisoner whose drink`driving killed her son.

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Michael York was granted special release from prison to address

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students at his old school in Hinckley. He was joined on stage by

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Mandie Brown, to raise awareness about the dangers faced by young

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drivers. This was the moment when a mother

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publicly renewed her forgiveness for a prisoner jailed for the

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drink`driving which killed her son. What does her forgiveness mean to

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you? Everything. I do not forgive myself. For her to forgive me, for

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what I have done, it really does mean a hell of a lot.

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Michael has always shown true remorse, and I know my son made the

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decision to get in that car, I could not be a hypocrite. Through the

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chats we have 0 not be a hypocrite. Through the

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chats we have had, this has come about. We have been able to support

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this project, so something good has come out of it.

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Two years ago Michael York had been on a 13 hour drinking binge with his

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friends. He crashed into a tree as he drove them home. Matthew was

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killed instantly, another friend died later.

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The Ministry of Justice gave permission for Michael York to

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address students at his own school `` old school about the dangers of

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drink driving. I have lost two friends I grew up with. I am still

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in jail, I am still paying for it now. It is not worth it at all.

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His appearance was part of a road show which `` whose aim is to make

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sure every school pupil is aware of the causes of death among young

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drivers, drink and drugs, mobile phones, speeding and not wearing a

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seat. It prompted this impassioned plea from Mandie Brown. I am

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screaming at you, to think. I do not want to see one of your faces with

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two dates on. It has made me think a lot about going out on driving under

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the influence of alcohol. I hope that people have learned a lot. It

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makes me want to make the right decisions later on in life. It

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really touched my heart. It goes to show how precious life is. I had

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someone who I loved past away in a similar situation. `` who has passed

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away. It is quite emotional. Michael York is now back inside

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Sudbury prison to reflect on what he calls the biggest mistake of his

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life. But it is a lesson students at his former school will never forget.

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A man who's survived cancer six times in the last 28 years is

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setting up a trust named after his son ` who died from cancer earlier

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this year. Mark Cooper from Leicestershire and

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his wife Tracy want to celebrate the life of 14`year old Joseph, who had

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leukaemia, and in his memory raise funds to help other sufferers. James

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Roberson reports. It is now five months since Joseph

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died, but for the Coopers, their home is still a shrine to his

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memory. Joseph was 14 when complications from leukaemia and

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lymphoma took him away. It has been particularly traumatic because

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Josef's illness came as Mark himself was between his own fourth and fifth

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balance of cancer. History going back 28 years. Joseph was diagnosed

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in 2008 with lymphoma, and I blamed myself straightaway. Eventually we

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found out it was nothing to do with my illness.

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For five years Father and son fought their own cancers, Joseph even

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writing a book. I was diagnosed last year with a second throat cancer.

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And Joseph was still at that time fighting a lot of problems. Mark

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survived a sixth boat mast year. Tragically Joseph could not fight of

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his illness. Joseph died in June, and the next day we were handed by a

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letter which he had written in the January. I was not in the letter

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about his life, how happy he had been, which I am very proud of, and

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I know I am his dad but I am so fortunate to have known him for 14

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years. After Joseph's fight the Coopers has

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started a trust to support organisations that help sufferers

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like him. When Joseph was alive we spoke many times about setting up a

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charity in which we could help some of the children that he met along

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his journey. Newspapers are supporting 0

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his journey. Newspapers are supporting their cause. This weekend

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a friend will have his beard shaved off for the charity. They hope that

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through it, Joseph will live on. It's been described as an eyesore

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and a blight on the landscape ` but that's all set to change.

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The former Mansfield General Hospital has been derelict for 20

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years. Work to demolish the site finally started today. Navtej Johal

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reports. From derelict to demolished. These

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machines are tasked with tearing down the former Mansfield General

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Hospital. The site was bought by the Council in June this year. It has

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over IT of buildings, the oldest dating back to 1900. For over 20

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years, the site has determined `` deteriorated badly. It is a blighted

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site, recession, numbers do not stack up. Previous owner had

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different ideas for this site. We tried to work with him to make that

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happen, it did not happen so the council stepped in.

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The council have been committed to demolishing this site. Last month

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they agreed to pay the extra ?360,000 to cover the cost of

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demolition. The total cost of the project is

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expected to be just under ?1 million. This has been a blight on

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the landscape in terms of Mansfield as a whole and also the residents in

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this area for 20 years. The council made a commitment to purchase the

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site, we managed to do that without going down the compulsory purchase

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route, and having completed on that we managed to get the guys on site

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and as you can see we got the site clear. The demolitions should be

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completed by April next year. The council are hoping the site could

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then be used to build around 40 new homes.

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Police in Leicester are investigating reports that a woman

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was assaulted before being put into a car and taken to a park.

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It happened between half past seven and half past eight yesterday

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evening. The woman was walking along Rosebery Street when she was

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approached by two men and assaulted. She was then taken to Spinney Hill

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Park before being attacked again. Police say she's being treated for

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head and facial injuries. It's not clear whether she knew the men.

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A shopkeeper in Nottinghamshire has been ordered to carry out 100 hours'

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community service and pay ?1,000 in costs after being caught selling

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fake cigarettes. Trading Standards officers found

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more than 12,000 counterfeit cigarettes at Andrew's News and

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Booze 0 cigarettes at Andrew's News and

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Booze in Sutton`in`Ashfield. 35`year`old Shakhawan Salah pleaded

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guilty to seven offences at Mansfield Magistrates Court.

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More than 170 jobs are to be created at a Derby call centre.

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Webhelp began life as HEROtsc when it moved into the old Egg building

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at Pride Park in 2011. It's since hired more than 1,000 staff. Now

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it's looking for another 177 permanent employees, who'll mainly

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work in satellite TV and internet support.

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Still to come: The gloves are off. We're at home with Carl Froch

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discussing the future, family life and THAT fight.

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High pressure is putting up a fight, but will in dominate for the rest of

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the week? `` will it dominate.

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Poachers and even some gamekeepers are both being targeted in a

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crackdown on wildlife crime. Specialist police teams are being

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trained to protect birds and animals across rural Derbyshire. Our social

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affairs correspondent Jeremy Ball reports.

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The stunning Derbyshire Peak District does not look like a

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typical crime scene, but then rare birds of prey are not typical

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victims. His father used to be a magnet for Peregrine Falklands ``

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this valley. They were preying on grouse, but now they have

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disappeared. I have lived and worked up here all my life, they are a

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stunning work `` bird. It would be something I would want to bring my

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grandchildren to come to see in years to come, and it looks like

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that will not be possible. Nearby, a nest destroyed killing the

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checks. Glenn Brown was caught on camera trapping a sparrow hawk. He

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has been convicted of wildlife offences, so no 20 Derbyshire Police

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officers have been specially trained to tackle wildlife crime. They want

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the rest of us to help. Not all gamekeepers are persecuting birds of

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prey, but there are occasions it happens. We would encourage the

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public to report things, and getting witnesses is important. Landowners

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are being told to keep their eyes out as well.

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Protecting the wildlife has become such a priority, but that does ``

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does that mean officers are being diverted away from protecting human

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victims of crime? I think there is a wider aspect when you look at crime

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here, where you often find that people involved in wildlife crime

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are also involved in other areas of criminality like domestic abuse.

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What we are trying to do is build up a whole intelligence picture. It is

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a picture that is far from clear. The force recorded 200 wildlife

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incidents last year, they think that is just the tip of the iceberg.

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A planning application's been submitted for a revamp of the main

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entrance to Nottingham's Victoria Centre.

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The centre's owners, Intu, want the way in on Lower Parliament Street to

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be completely refurbished and surrounded by multicoloured lights.

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It's all part of a planned ?40 million redevelopment of the centre.

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The City Council's already approved proposals for similar entrances at

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the Clock Tower and Glasshouse Street.

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Commonwealth medallist Ross Davenport says Derby City Council is

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making a mistake in downgrading its plans for an Olympic`sized swimming

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pool. The Belper`born swimmer says he's

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concerned the city will miss out on hosting national competitions. The

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authority says the pool will now be smaller than planned, and in light

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of budget cuts, it could be delayed by at least a 0

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of budget cuts, it could be delayed by at least a year.

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Equipment used to test the ripeness of cheese is helping people with

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liver disease in Nottingham. The scanning machine measures liver

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elasticity, meaning people at risk can be identified before they have

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any symptoms. The pilot project has doubled the number of patients

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diagnosed. Experts at the University of Nottingham say if the project is

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rolled out nationally it will save the NHS nearly ?75 million pounds in

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the first year. If we can pick it up early, there is a potential to

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reduce people getting into the last stages, and reduce the cost of care,

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because they do not need hospital care.

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Staying with health, next tonight a hospital facility treating the most

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seriously injured patients is set to become the busiest NHS major trauma

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centre in England. Already the centre, in Nottingham,

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treats patients from across Nottinghamshire, Leicestershire and

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parts of Derbyshire. From next April they'll also be taking patients from

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Lincolnshire and Southern Derbyshire. Our Health correspondent

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Rob Sissons reports. This report contains flash

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photography. Opening the major trauma centre

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ward. They saved Jason's life. He came off his motorbike, the crash

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took seconds, the recovery has been 18 months and counting. You never

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think you will be involved in this kind of thing. A major trauma

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involves the most serious life`threatening cases. Major trauma

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encompasses the most severely injured patients, people in very

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serious car accident so falling off horses. They have about a 10% chance

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of not surviving those injuries. The centre open back in April 2012. They

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have already treated over 1,600 patients and claim to have saved an

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extra 71 lives. From next April they expect 900 nations per year, making

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it England's busiest major trauma centre.

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It has cost ?2 million to create this unit. Patients can be isolated.

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Everybody here has their own story about what happened.

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Warren cannot remember his car crash. My ribs are broken on my left

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hand side, my shoulder blade's not fantastic, I have scratches and

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bruises everywhere. David had an accident with farm

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machinery. Somebody pressed a lever and I bought one straight through my

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hand. And this man's road accident

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happened just metres from his home. My pelvis was shattered on one side.

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I grateful they could actually rebuild it. I never thought five

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days on I would be able to get up. They are in, day out,

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round`the`clock, they never know what will come through the door.

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`` day in, day out. Still to come: A massive mastiff no

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more. Mizzy's middle is now more medium

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than extra large. A diet for old dogs that could teach us a new trick

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` later. Time now for the sport.

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First, an exclusive at`home interview with Nottingham boxer Carl

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Froch. The boxing world is still talking about the double world

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champion's controversial win over George Groves at the weekend. Carl

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won the fight when the referee stopped it in the ninth round. So,

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will there be a rematch? Well, Froch told us today it's unlikely ` Groves

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has had his chance, and Carl wants to end his career with one big fight

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in Las Vegas. Carl Froch says despite all the

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controversy and drama, the hardest thing this week has been explaining

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to his three`year`old that daddy fights for a living. After returning

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from his battle with George Groves, for the first time his son asked him

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about the bumps and bruises. He was looking at me really

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concerned, what has happened? Are explained that is what I do, and

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then he understands. `` are explained. I said, unless you have

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good odds on, you cannot hit anybody. He is a clever lad. ``

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unless you have got gloves on. On Saturday Carl won his fight. He

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returned his two world title belts when the referee controversially

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jumped in to stop the fight in the ninth round. What the crowd saw was

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the referee not letting the fight come to a natural conclusion. I feel

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like I had my glory taken away from me, because he jumped in. He stole

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me of my glory, but I am not going to complain about it because I got

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the win, I successfully defended my title, and I have got my health.

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Maybe they just wanted to see that full conclusion, that for knockout,

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but I think a lot of people have watched the fight again now and

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thought, the referee was right, he was right to stop it because it is

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dangerous at the end of the day. It is a dangerous sport. Carl is now

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taking time out with his family in Nottingham to think about his next

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move. A rematch with Groves, he says, is unlikely. He wants `` he

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wants one last big fight in Las Vegas. I need to finish my career in

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a massive fight. That would be much better than going over old ground.

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He has had his chance, and unfortunately he blew it. He cannot

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cut it at world level, and that fight proved it.

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On to football, and a former Notts County footballer is understood to

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be among six people arrested as part of an investigation into alleged

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match`fixing in England's lower leagues.

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33`year`old Delroy Facey now works as a football agent. He played for a

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number of lower league clubs in his career and spent two seasons at

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Notts. It follows an investigation by the Daily Telegraph which is

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being looked at by the National Crime Agency.

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On to Derby County, who have signed young Manchester United defender

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Michael Keane on loan today. Keane was with Leicester last season and

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is a good signing for the Rams. Derby are flying at the moment `

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four wins in six games and just outside the promotion places. Angela

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Rafferty has been to see a man who could prove to be a key part of

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their success. It is not 0

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their success. It is not always easy being the

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goalkeeper going from hero to zero with one small mistake, but here at

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Derby there is a coach on board known worldwide as a goalkeeping

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guru. They have to touch all the four

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corners. Tactically, mentally. And physically. And they realise the

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value of what the goalkeeper does. Eric helped mastermind Manchester

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United's European and domestic glory, and he is now determined to

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bring success back to Derby County. Having been there as a player and a

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coach, I know what it is about. I know what the people want. There is

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not a magic wand that gets you there.

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His CV takes some beating. The players understand he is a tough

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task master. He has got us at it from half past eight in the

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mornings. My wife is not happy I am still here at four clock, five

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o'clock at night. `` four o'clock. Lending his

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services is a major coup, but the chance to return to the club where

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he `` is an offer he could not turn down. Next year I will be 30 years

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living in the Derby area, so there was no hesitation, and in the last

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six and seven weeks we have tried to build and improve and move the club

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forward. He has just one goal in mind now,

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promotion for Derby. On to another bit of Derby news,

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striker Callum Ball has gone on loan for a month to Notts County.

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While two young Charlton players, Morgan Fox and Bradley Jordan, are

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on the to move to Meadow Lane for a month. Fox is a left`back, and

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Jordan an attacking midfielder. And at Nottingham Forest, two

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players out today. Marcus Tudgay has joined Barnsley. Ishmael Miller has

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gone to Yeovil on a month's loan deal.

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In ice hockey, Nottingham Panthers are up to fifth in the Elite League

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after victory over the Edinburgh Capitals last night.

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A hat`trick for captain David Clarke who opened the scoring, before Petr

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Kalus made it 2`0 with his first ever goal for Panthers. Clarke

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completed his treble either side of the Capitals' solitary goal. A great

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result for the Panthers after their European exploits at the weekend.

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Some of us might be piling on the Christmas pounds over the next month

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or so ` quickly followed by an urgent 0

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or so ` quickly followed by an urgent desire to shed them in the

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New Year. No easy task. So spare a thought for Mizzy the

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bullmastiff from Derby, who's spent all summer on a special diet to

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fight the flab. Sumeer Kalyani's been to see how she's getting on.

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The last time we saw Mizzy, she had let herself go a bit. The

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bullmastiff weighed more than 11 stones back in May. She needed to

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lose a few 0 stones back in May. She needed to

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lose a few pounds. In fact, drastic action was in order. She was slow,

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she slept most of the day. Fickle to walk, she would strike if she did

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not want to go. So we really knew we were having problems. And what a

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difference a dog diet makes. We now have a waist measures `` measurement

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of 35 inches. Mizzy has shared two stone in just

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six months. She has shared a win in a national, edition. They say, come

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on, feed me. `` a national competition. She could

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not exercise, and I should have cut down the amount which she was being

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fired. Mizzy's diet is part of the PDSA's

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campaign to end `` encourage a better diet for pets. We give pets

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extra food for our own short term happiness. However it has a massive

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impact because it increases the risk of `` joint disease, heart disease

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and other diseases like diabetes. It is like having a poppy. She bounces,

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she swims... `` it is like having a poppy.

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Mizzy's next challenge might not be as easy. She is afraid of the dark.

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It has been a quiet week. We have had largely dry conditions, and

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light winds, but a change is on the way tomorrow. It will feel colder,

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with a few blustery showers. There will be some blue skies though, so

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we may get some pictures like this. Thank you to Peter for sending this

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in. Why are we having the change? We are sandwiched between high pressure

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and low pressure. The winds begin to strengthen, they are coming from the

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North West so it will feel quite cold. That wind will drive all the

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cloud away so we should see the skies whitening up. `` brightening

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up. Some missed is forming underneath the cloud, `` some mist.

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First thing the art a few showers, but as the winds strengthen you will

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notice that cloud break `` breaking up. You will notice the winds are

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strong enough to keep driving in some cloud, and a few blustery

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showers. Allow for a few blustery showers into the afternoon. All of

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us should still see some sunshine, you will notice it feeling colder

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however. With the wind chill, feeling quite chilly.

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High`pressure's in charge for the weekend, Saturday's looking the

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better day, it will be a cold day on Saturday but we should cease and

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distance spells of sunshine. More cloud on Sunday, and high`pressure

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keeps a settled well into the week. `` we should see some spells of

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sunshine. I will be back with late 0

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sunshine. I will be back with late news.

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Goodbye.

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