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perhaps 48 hours of drier weather for many of us. But between now

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This is East Midlands Today with Quentin Rayner and, me, Geeta

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Pendse. Tonight, 700 jobs to go, and council

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tax set to rise, as the axe falls in Leicestershire.

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Libraries, New Zealand's, did all take the brunt of council cuts.

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There is no word on this earth, that can describe the way she was. She

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was like an angel. Calmer waters for the East Midlands economy. I'll be

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finding 0 0 the East Midlands economy. I'll be

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finding out 0 0 the East Midlands economy. I'll be

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finding out how one business has managed to stay afloat.

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Good evening and welcome to the programme. First tonight:

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Leicestershire County Council says up to seven 0

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Leicestershire County Council says up to seven hundred jobs could be

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axed, because of new budget cuts announced today. The

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Conservative`run authority says it needs to cut its spending by one

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third, over the next four years. And, for the first time in recent

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years, it's also planning to increase council tax by 1.5 per

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cent. Our Political Editor John Hess is at one of Leicestershire's county

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libraries, a service which may be directly affected. John, is the

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scale of the job losses a surprise? I'm at Shepshed Library ` one of 53

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run by Leicestershire County Council. But for how much longer?

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Could it be run by local people, instead? Here's why: Next year's

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budget of ?357 million will be cut by ?18 million. Just over 5%. It now

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needs to save ?110 million over the next four years. On jobs, 700 will

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go. That brings the council's staffing down from 15 thousand,

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before austerity, to six thousand now.

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Blue sky thinking, that's the challenge Brown were local

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politicians. At Leicester's County Hall, reporters were given details

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of the new thinking, to meet increased demand for care services

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while 0 increased demand for care services

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while the money is tight. This is a summary of the budget, in an easy

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access for. Even Byron Rhodes admits it's getting tougher to find those

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savings. We are looking into ways of keeping the library is open, but

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with local people taking them over, and providing the support. Or

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museums, we are looking at similar things. Is that a solution? Green we

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hope it will work. We shall see. `` we hope it will work. That's not the

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only concern ` just wait 0 we hope it will work. That's not the

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only concern ` just wait till it's dark. Hello and welcome to BBC News.

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It's one thing to switch off the lights at midnight, but this

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proposes to switch the lights off altogether. We're not sure that the

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public understands that and will go along with it. 0

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public understands that and will go along with it. Targets for the

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latest cuts are guided by public consultation, but will politicians

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be guided once the consultations are made public? Musicians, too, will

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have to look to the future, rather than the past. Museums, which

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celebrates the coal mine tradition of Leicestershire, could also face

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big changes. Why is this such a valuable resource for

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Leicestershire? It is the crown jewel of this region. And, in

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particular coal bill. We're talking about a 100 acre site, which

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includes the award`winning museum, but also, a country park. And a

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unique historic theatre. What repercussions of today's

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announcement with mac? The reduction of this facility to just a small

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visitor 's centre 0 of this facility to just a small

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visitor 's centre within the building site. A month to go until

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the final decision ` what can you do? We will continue with that

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campaign. 0 do? We will continue with that

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campaign. We've got 700,000 people who have signed our petition to save

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the site. That's more than the County Council's own budget

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consultation. Will get a full picture of how the impact of these

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cuts are affecting our local authorities later this month.

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In other parts of our region, businesses are providing some

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positive economic news. According to the Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire

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Chamber of Commerce, in the last quarter of 2013, sales were on the

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rise and firms were hiring again. One business near Derby has decided

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now is the time for an ambitious expansion scheme. Navtej Johal

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reports. It was a business that started in

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troubled economic waters. But, Murcia Marina, managed to survive

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rather than sink. In 2008, we have already invested millions in

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building. The idea that the whole economy collapsed at the same time

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we opened, 0 economy collapsed at the same time

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we opened, it was a frightening time. Now it's the largest inland

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marina in the UK. They have big plans for the future, to turn it

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into a major tourist attraction. Right in the middle, would be a two

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story had bistro. `` bar`bistro. And a survey from the Derbyshire and not

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a Chamber of Commerce 0 a survey from the Derbyshire and not

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a Chamber of Commerce suggested not the only business feeling good about

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the future. `` it's not the only business. One in three businesses

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have tried to hire new staff. Two thirds say they feel confident about

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their prospects for the year ahead. People are becoming much more

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positive. All it needs now is for the banks to release more money for

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investment. And people need to put their hands in their pockets and

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start spending again. Businesses will be hoping this positivity

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doesn't pass them by. The Quarterly Economic Survey was

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drawn up by the Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire Chamber of Commerce,

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whose Chief Executive is George Cowcher, and he's with us now. Your

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survey has found that 66% firms think their turnover will increase

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over the next year, and 54% forecast an increase in profits. What's this

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confidence based on? Those two figures 0

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confidence based on? Those two figures say an awful lot about that.

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You are seeing increasing turnover, each means that business is

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expanding. You are also seeing profitable business, and means that

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businesses can invest more into the future. We've seen some very strong

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growth in the second and third quarters in 20 13. The fourth

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quarter, which is always dodgy, actually topped that. You've found

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one in five firms have increased their workforce ` but what sort of

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jobs are these? Short`term or permanent? We are looking at a full

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range. There are permanent, full`time jobs. Some very high

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skilled jobs available. That increasing demand for labour will

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get even more acute in 2014. You're confident, but only yesterday, the

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Chancellor was declaring 2014 as the year of hard truths, with another

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?25 billion of cuts. Do you share his caution? I think in terms of the

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public financing, and that's what the Chancellor was referring to,

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there has to be a degree of caution will stop in the private sector, and

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in the productive sectors, you are seeing expansion. The two may be

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connected. But George Osbourne reminded us that growth will be

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lower this year. We have seen some upgrading in terms of figures. The

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British economy could actually be growing as fast as Germany, even the

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US. Coming up later: In sport, we're with the Leicester Riders, and we

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find out why basketball's big guys are scared of their coach,as they

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get ready for their big match Prayers will be said, and flowers

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will be 18`year`old Megan and 14`year`old

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destiny where both pronounced dead at the scene of the accident.

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Popular and happy ` their families say they lived life to the full. But

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these teenage friends died in a crash on the M1 on Saturday.

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18`year`old Megan had just qualified as a hairdresser. 14`year`old

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destiny was still at school. I don't think it has sunk in. It's hard. She

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was so unique. She put other people before herself. She was very

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inspirational. It's just three days since the girls died. Now, or their

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families can do is hold onto precious memories. There's no word

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that can describe destiny. She was like a little angel. There's a whole

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family out there that will miss her. The police say the crash happened on

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the M1, and no other cars were involved. They were pronounced dead

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at the scene of the crash. It was destiny's mother who had been

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driving the car. She survived with a broken eye socket and nose, and her

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son punctured a lung. He is out of hospital, with a broken arm,

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fractured ribs and nose. As police try to find answers, friends search

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for words of support. Tonight, the families of both worlds are left

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asking, why two young lives have been taken so soon?

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Prayers will be said, and flowers will be laid, on a memorial in

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Kegworth, tomorrow, on the 25th anniversary of the Kegworth air

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disaster. 47 people died, and another 74 were injured, when a

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British 0 another 74 were injured, when a

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British Midland aircraft 0 another 74 were injured, when a

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British Midland aircraft crash landed on the M1 motorway, yards

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from the village on January eighth 1989. The flight from Heathrow had

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been bound for Belfast, carrying 126 passengers. A serving police officer

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has been accused of committing sexual misconduct against six women.

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Response officer PC Chris Young, who's 46, was last based at

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Hucknall. He's been charged with six counts of misconduct in a public

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office. He's been suspended and will appear before magistrates in

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Nottingham in two weeks. Concerns are growing for a

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16`year`old boy, who has been missing for a week from his home in

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Alvaston in Derby. Tristan Wilson was last seen at 10.30PM on New

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Year's Eve. He is 5ft tall and was wearing black tracksuit bottoms, a

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red zip`up coat and dark canvas shoes. 0

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red zip`up coat and dark canvas shoes. He is thought to be in the

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Derby area. Anyone with information is asked to contact the police.

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Serious concerns about poor standards in half of Nottingham's

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secondary schools were discussed at the highest level today. The

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Nottingham North MP Graham Allen met with the Education Secretary Michael

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Gove and the Chief Inspector of Schools and Head of Ofsted Sir

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Michael Wilshaw. Ofsted recently placed six of Nottingham's fourteen

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secondaries into special measures. A seventh had serious weaknesses.

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Well, I spoke to Graham Allen shortly 0

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Well, I spoke to Graham Allen shortly after that meeting ` and

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asked what key points were raised? I made it clear to the Secretary of

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State 0 I made it clear to the Secretary of

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State and to state, that we need a 2`pronged strategy. We should do all

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the immediate quick fixes to improve teaching, and proved the

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leadership, but also carry on with our early intervention programme, so

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that kids 0 our early intervention programme, so

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that kids arrive at school school`ready ` ready to learn. In

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terms of the now, what about the change taking place in those schools

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that were put into special measures? There's a challenge board being set

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up, looking into how we can improve those standards immediately. They

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are also going to look at building out the long`term problems, so that

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we have a generation who achieved, not just one 0

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we have a generation who achieved, not just one year's worth bumping up

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the scores, and then going back to where we were. You have represented

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Nottingham North for several decades ` how concerned are you? I'm very

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concerned, because standards aren't good enough. We need to do something

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immediately, and that's why Ofsted came in. But we also need to look at

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the fact that children arrive at school wearing nappies, or can't

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speak in full sentences. They need help. If we can help them, they will

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be great people at primary school, secondary school, and go on to get

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great qualifications, get good jobs, and raise families. That is the

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long`term goal as well as the short`term noise that is generated

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around inspection. Controversial increases to parking charges came

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in, today, at Nottingham's main NHS hospitals. One of the rates is going

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up by almost a third, way above inflation. It, now, means Nottingham

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is home to some of the highest hospital parking fees in our region.

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Bosses admit it's unpopular but insist it's a result of tough

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financial pressures. Our Health Correspondent Rob Sissons has more.

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The steepest increase is the cost of up to two hours parking. It rises

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from ?3.10 to ?4 in Nottingham ` a rise of nearly a third. So, how does

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that rate compare? Well in Leicester you'd fork out a lot less ` ?2.50

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and in Derby it would cost you ?2.70. Today, Nottingham bosses have

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defended the latest increases. Hospital car park prices seem to

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only go up. At the City Hospital and the Queen's medical centre, visitors

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are having to fork out more. Typically, up to 90p extra. It's not

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popular. Hello and welcome to BBC News. It was already expensive

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Acma! It's one of those things. My company pay for me, so it's not the

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be all and end all. Actually, it is, because I haven't got enough change!

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The prices have changed today, and this machine doesn't give you

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change. You prices are now the most expensive in the East Midlands ` are

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you proud? We are not proud. We accept that increasing these

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charges, they are comparable to what you would pay in the city centre. We

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accept that it is always a controversial step. Bosses insist

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they are not trying to price people out of cars, just balance the books.

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Hospitals stress, there are ways of saving money. Weekly parking tickets

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cost ?15 in Nottingham and Leicester, and ?10 in Derby. But the

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big question is, where 0 Leicester, and ?10 in Derby. But the

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big question is, where does all that money go? Both Nottingham and

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Derby's hospitals collected ?3.4m last year, Leicester's car parks

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brought in ?2.2. We're told the money is spent on improving car

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parking and transport links, and, in Derby, 0

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parking and transport links, and, in Derby, they say some of the money is

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put back into patient care. Staying with parking, and a group of

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residents say any 0 Staying with parking, and a group of

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residents say any positive energy created by a famous Feng Shui

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traffic island, near their homes, is being killed off by inconsiderate

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motorists. Their streets are full of cars, often parked illegally, to

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avoid car parking fees in Derby city centre. One householder has taken to

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filming the problem. This is our bathroom window. This resident films

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all the parts car is outside his home. The traffic islands at the end

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of the road, was famously designed using Feng Shui will stop the

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Chinese principle of how you position something to create

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positive energy. But people living on the road said, if that is true,

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it has been ruined by how people have been leaving their cars. Cars

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are often parked inconsiderately on pavements. They parked right the way

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down to the bottom, which is illegal. None of 0

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down to the bottom, which is illegal. None of these people live

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down here. They are just parking here for nothing. Most of them work

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for the council in town will stop. Nothing on a Saturday because

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they're not at work. It seems to be city workers who were in using the

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roads to park. There are residents parking schemes operating, nearby.

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We are all sick of it, but nobody wants to do anything about it. The

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City Council has sent staff to check on the problem, but didn't comment

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on claims that many of those parking here 0

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on claims that many of those parking here are its own and for use. `` its

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own employees. Later in the programme: We'll have

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all the weather for 0 Later in the programme: We'll have

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all the weather for you, when Kaye will have stars in her eyes.

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The BBC's Stargazing Live starts up again this week, but will disguise

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the clear and long enough to give us a good view? `` will this guys be

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clear. Coming up: The American loving

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Leicester, and a fresh start for an old boy in Derbyshire. But first:

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Football, and the BBC understands Leicester City are on the verge of

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securing their first signing of the January transfer window. The

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22`year`old French winger Riyad Mahrez is believed to have joined on

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a three and a half year deal from Le Havre. Forest's on`loan defender

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Jack Hobbs says he wants to stay in Nottingham, despite attempts by his

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parent club, Hull, to recall him. Hull have apparently warned Forest

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they must buy him now for ?600,000, otherwise he'll be sold to Wigan.

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Hobbs 0 otherwise he'll be sold to Wigan.

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Hobbs is on a season`long loan, which Football League regulations

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state can only be broken in an emergency. We understand the player

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is happy at the City Ground ` and that Forest believe they have an

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agreement in place to make the transfer permanent in the summer.

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The former Nottingham County defender has resigned. A row broke

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out last week after footage from the TV programme in 2012, showed Johnson

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describing homosexuality as detestable. In the last few minutes,

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he told the Football Association that it's in 0

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he told the Football Association that it's in his best interests to

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step down. He says he holds deep regret over the comments, and no

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longer leads what he said. `` no longer believes what he said.

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Derby County's club 0 longer believes what he said.

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Derby County's club captain Shaun Barker is in Germany, getting

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treatment on an injury that's kept him out of action for nearly two

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years. Under the grand title of elite 0 0

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years. Under the grand title of elite performance director. I've

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been an assistant coach, and they fancied giving it a go. I'm from

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Derby, and I played here for seven years. I love the place, and the

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people, so it's nice to be back. Welch was a wholehearted cricketer,

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who is loved by fans. His job is to get them ready for a push for

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promotion. The plan is to develop a culture, and environment, to chuck a

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few training methods in to get the lads up. Getting the best out of the

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current squad, unearthing raw local talent, discovering England players

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of the future ` it's a big job, but this is an ambitious club will

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stop. Now, that Basketball ` because the

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Leicester Riders have the chance to defend their BBL Cup title this

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weekend. They play Newcastle Eagles in a repeat of last year's final in

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Birmingham ` which Riders won in the first of a brilliant treble. Well,

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today, I went to training to see what makes their coach tick. This is

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an Italian`American ball of energy. He misses his playing days, and

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chucked 0 He misses his playing days, and

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chucked all that 0 He misses his playing days, and

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chucked all that passion into coaching. The one thing I can still

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get is, robbery with the guys. They're all professional athletes.

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`` camaraderie with the guys. He started as coach as soon as he

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finished playing the game, and had winning matches from the start. Can

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they do it again? Nothing is guaranteed. A lot of people were

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calling us favourites, but I didn't pay any attention. I just like the

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the way the guys are improving. The important thing is to get out team

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you are improving all the time. What is it about him that has kept these

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riders winning? They are scared of him! There's a time and place for

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everything. You have to have the right balance. You draw energy from

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your coach. They are working hard, and they will have to this weekend

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to win the final. His continuing passion for writers... I like what

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we've built here, and I enjoy my job. I get caught up in looking for

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the next best thing, when writing front of you, is something you

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enjoy. We should do that! It's looking better by day, but not

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necessarily by nights. The winds are easing down, so that's something to

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be thankful for. The winds are still blustery, but they will finally I've

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done tomorrow. A few showers to get rid of, but in general, it's looking

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a lot drier, a lot brighter and a lot calmer. I've seen a few showers

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around today 0 lot calmer. I've seen a few showers

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around today ` some 0 lot calmer. I've seen a few showers

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around today ` some heavy ones over the past year hours. One to showers

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will be continuing through the evening, and for the first part of

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the night. They should become confined to more western parts of

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Derbyshire. Elsewhere, it should dry up. It is going to be another mild

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night, with temperatures not much lower than seven. Tomorrow morning,

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a few of these showers still dragging. But eventually they will

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head a `` they will go away. Those winds will be a bit lighter, so it

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should feel a bit more pleasant, with temperatures up to ten will

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stop but we are not completely out of the woods, in terms of rainfall.

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Another area of low pressure pushing in from the south through Wednesday

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evening and 0 0 in from the south through Wednesday

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evening and night. Winds won't be particularly strong, but there will

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be some heavy rain. Almost an inch of rain is forecast on Wednesday

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night. Stargazing Live comes to the East Midlands tomorrow evening, but

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it will be quite cloudy and damp. All details on the live stargazing

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website. Things will be easing down into 0

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website. Things will be easing down into Wednesday.

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A tenth of a second could be the difference

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