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

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Tonight ` more traffic chaos after a second major water main burst in

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Leicestershire. The ASICs flooded again just weeks after another pipe

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burst. We will take a look at how many jobs the widening of the A453

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has made. Turbines on a farmer's doorstep. It has been frustrating,

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really. Three years and we are not a lot forward. And tackling students

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stress, apparently this is part of the

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Good evening and welcome to Thursday's programme. First `

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emergency repair work is continuing tonight after a major water pipe

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burst in Leicestershire. It's the second time in three weeks that a

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mains has burst. And, although there's been little disruption for

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customers, it's caused misery for thousands of motorists. Our reporter

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Helen Astle is at the scene in Hathern tonight. Helen, what's the

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latest? Good 0 Hathern tonight. Helen, what's the

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latest? Good evening. Work is being carried out here and it is set to

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continue through the night. You can see the floodlights are up and heavy

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machinery in place. You can see that part of the central reservation has

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been removed so workers can get to that damaged hype which burst at

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11:30pm last night. For the locals here it has been a day of

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difference, it has been unusually quiet. For commuters, it has been

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chaotic. Normally one of the busiest villages in Leicestershire became a

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cul`de`sac today. Millions of litres of water closed the A6, one of the

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main route into Loughborough. You may have noticed the temperature

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dropping to zero at night and then rising to nine degrees in the day.

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The water table has gone up and it has caused the ground to move. The

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pipe that has burst is an old mains, it is cast`iron so it does

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not take too kindly to the ground moving. One house has flooded and it

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has been misery for motorists. A gentleman came out and his house was

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under two feet of water then. It took an hour to take my daughter out

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this morning. It took my husband four times as long to get to work.

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Everyone has had to go through Shepshed. Everybody was over one

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hour late. Work has being carried out during the day. It is not the

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first time a major pipe has burst. Three weeks ago, a few miles down

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the road, on the A6 at Kegworth, another burst pipe. An unlucky

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coincidence or is the company not investing enough in ageing

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infrastructure? We have over 47,000 kilometres of clean water pipes in

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our network that we have to prioritise and assess. We spent ?1.3

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million a day on the network. There is some good news for motorists.

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Severn Trent Water are hoping to have this road partially reopen,

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down to one lane. That will be in time for rush`hour tomorrow. Work to

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get things back to normal is set to continue until next week. Helen,

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thank you. It looks cold out there tonight. Freezing. Still to come on

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East Midlands Today ` remembering Charlotte. Two years ago gifted

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University of Derby student Charlotte Blackman was killed by a

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cliff fall in Dorset ` today another student received an award in her

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memory. Work to widen the heavily congested A453 has been taking place

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for a year now. From the very start it was predicted that when it's

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completed the project would provide a huge boost to the region's

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economy. Today though, it's claimed that the process has already started

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` with the creation of hundreds of local jobs. Sarah Teale has been out

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to take a look at progress and joins us in the studio now. Sarah ` so a

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big economic bonus already? Well, indeed there is and figures have

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been released to us today to demonstrate just how much the road

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widening scheme is benefitting business here. 0

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widening scheme is benefitting business here. Just to recap: Work

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to widen the seven mile section of the A453 between the M1 junction 24

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in Leicestershire and the A52 in Nottinghamshire is costing a total

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of 150 million pounds. It's a lot of money but some of that cost is being

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pumped back into the East Midlands economy. So far a total of 409

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people have worked on the project and 60 per cent of those are from

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this region. In addition ?21.5 million of orders, for material and

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services, have been placed with sub`contractors based within 50

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miles of the A453. So benefits already being felt and that's just

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one year into the project. Today, the Transport Secretary Patrick

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McLoughlin visited the site to see for himself how it's going.

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Motorists have been waiting decades for this. The widening of the most

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heavily congested road in the region. The ?150 million scheme will

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create a dual carriageway along the seven mile section of the A453,

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allowing motorist a smooth and safer journey, and boosting the local

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economy in the process. The Transport Secretary toured the site

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today and heard first`hand how it is creating jobs and giving work to

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local businesses. It is good news for the 0

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local businesses. It is good news for the the East Midlands. It is

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part of our investment in infrastructure across the region. It

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is a ?150 million scheme with 400 people being employed within the

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locality so it is very important to create Nottingham `` to create a

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link between Nottingham and the M1. This man's firm has been recruited

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to clear vegetation along the route. This will enable us to increase our

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turnover twice. It means we have increased our staff levels by three

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and means we can go and buy bigger equipment. It has been brilliant for

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us and ultimately, it is what we need to give us access to the

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motorway and out of the city. Once the whole road is open, it is

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predicted to boost the economy by ?540 million. Well, for the 30,000

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motorists who use the A453 every day, there's more good news. Work is

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progressing well on schedule. And the whole project is due to be

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completed in early summer 2015. Thank you, Sarah. A head teacher

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from Nottingham selected by the government to help improve education

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standards across the country has been taken out of post at her own

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school. St Edmund Campion Catholic Primary is an academy which means it

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isn't under the control of the local authority. Parents dropping their

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children off this morning told us they're frustrated at not being told

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more about why Dorothy Longley is no longer in her job. The Trust which

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runs the school says an acting head teacher has been appointed and

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children will still get the best of education. Scientists from the

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University of Leicester have successfully treated a rare form of

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blood 0 successfully treated a rare form of

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blood cancer. In a research study, the team used a skin cancer drug to

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treat a patient with Hairy Cell Leukaemia. It cleared the malignant

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cells from the patient's blood and led to a complete clinical recovery

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in just days. The research was published today. It involved

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clinicians and scientists working side`by`side. It's been revealed

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that tens of thousands of pounds worth of ancient Egyptian jewellery

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were stolen from a museum in Leicester. Thieves stole items

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including a gold shell pendant which is almost 4,000 years old and two

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gold bracelets dating from 300BC. The items were taken from display

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cabinets in New Walk Museum's Egypt display. Leicester City Council say

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security has been improved after the theft which happened in May 2012.

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The 0 theft which happened in May 2012.

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The details have just been released following a Freedom of Information

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Act request. A farmer is accusing the Government of double standards

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on green energy. Craig Barks has been trying to get permission to put

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up modest`sized wind turbines on his farm in Derbyshire for four years.

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Twice now the Government's planning inspectorate has turned down his

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appeals. Yet the same inspectorate has allowed the building of four

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giant turbines within sight of his property. James Roberson reports.

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With its idyllic location, Craig Barks wants to develop his small

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farm for visitors. Apart from a few solar panels, there is no permanent

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power supply and he relies on a generator. Even fuel for that costs

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a lot. He would like to put up to wind turbines to give him free

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energy. For years on, he is wrestling with the planning process.

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It is the logical way to go for a new farm business. This is where I

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want to come up with a scheme that works for everyone. A few miles away

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for turbines have sprung up. Craig's appeal for more modest

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turbines have been rejected again by the same body that approved the

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construction of these giants. Craig's view says there is an

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inconsistency in the planning approach. They allow these huge

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turbines but won't allow smaller turbine on his farm. It seems like

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the goalposts are continually moving. I have been planning this

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for three 0 moving. I have been planning this

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for three years and throughout this time, the government are giving

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mixed messages which does not help local authorities or local people to

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know what they are doing. The planning Inspectorate have said...

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They remain impartial when deciding on an appeal and they also consider

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the guidance at that time. Craig is working with the council in the hope

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that between them they can get his turbine plan is approved. Rob is

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from Renewal UK. There does seem to be double standards here? It does

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show that the planning process is a hit and miss affair and what we need

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is a streamlined tanning process where people know, more or less,

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what the outcome will be if they put in a 0

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what the outcome will be if they put in a decent 0 0

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what the outcome will be if they put in a decent application. What we see

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at the moment is a decent application being turned down, like

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Craig's the rules are very strange. You have to prove, even if you put

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up a tiny turbine, that it cannot be seen from 30 kilometres away. That

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is ridiculous and that needs to be reformed so we can encourage people

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like Craig to generate their own electricity. How come that those

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great big turbines, which can be seen 30 kilometres away... In that

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case, you have to make an argument that this is going to create carbon

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free electricity which will not pollute the air with fossil fuels.

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The greater amount of energy that the turbines will generate is the

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justification for having them there. Do you think Craig has a chance? I

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think he does. 0 Do you think Craig has a chance? I

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think he does. If he can contact the National Farmers Union, they have a

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help line dedicated to this. 70% of farmers are relying on renewable

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energy to support their income. Thank you very much. Still to come `

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could a bit of petting help stressed out students? Apparently so. The

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University of Leicester today laid on goats, ducks and other animals

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for its anxious undergraduates to stroke. A man from Nottingham has

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struck up an unusual relationship with one of the world's most

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notorious terror suspects. Rory Green wrote to Khalid Sheik Mohammed

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` who's facing trial and a possible death sentence for the 9/11 attacks

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on the World Trade Centre. Now Rory's received a reply and says he

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wants to find out more. Carolyn Moses reports. They are the

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unlikeliest of pen pals. One is a 25`year`old care worker from

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Nottingham and the other is the alleged mastermind of 9/11. Captured

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in 0 alleged mastermind of 9/11. Captured

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in 2003, he is being held at Lantana Mo Bay. A committed Christian, he

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wrote to him to see whether he had regrets. He did not expect a 27 page

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reply. I am just Rory from Nottingham! The reply, which came

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via his lawyers, was largely a religious debate. At one point he

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appears to show remorse for his actions. Rory is not so sure. He is

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not repenting of those acts but he is repenting of lying, cheating and

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things like that. He is in a dark, lonely place. He is wise in his

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approach so here's an interesting character. Being a terror suspect's

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pen pal has now sparked worldwide interest in Rory, with interview

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requests from as far away as Russia. Rory says he is going to write

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again, keeping up the conversation as long as he can. I want to get to

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know him I want to know how he became a Muslim and how he got

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there. Stuff like that. It is genuine stuff, I want is to be real.

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He is not some famous guy, he is a human being like you and I.

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An award has been presented for the first time in memory of a young

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woman tragically killed when part of a cliff face fell on her. Charlotte

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Blackman, from Heanor in Derbyshire, was just 22. Last year her parents

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posthumously collected her first class honours degree from the

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University of Derby. As Simon Hare reports, they're now rewarding

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similar academic excellence. With first`class honours... An award for

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all`round academic excellence in memory of a much loved former

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student. Charlotte Blackman had just completed her studies at the

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University of Derby school of education when she was killed by

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Alain slipped on the Dorset coast in 2012. I did not know her, she was in

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the year above, but I was aware of what happens. It was a shock for

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everybody. `` a landslip on the Dorset coast. It is keeping

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Charlotte's name alive. She was always on a computer. She was

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passionate about education? Yes. She planned to work with children with

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autism. Charlotte was such a fantastic student in all respects.

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The way she worked with all of her colleagues and her fellow student.

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They just wanted to honour someone of the same ilk and who could bring

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the same sort of qualities to the university. Shocked, absolutely

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shocked. I am touched by the sentiments that is attached to this

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award. It will now be continually awarded to the highest achieving

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student from the University's school of education, just like Charlotte

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herself. And there was also a very famous author collecting an honorary

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degree from the University of Derby today. Derbyshire`born Hilary Mantel

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was made an Honorary 0 today. Derbyshire`born Hilary Mantel

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was made an Honorary Doctor of Letters. She has twice won the

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prestigious Man Booker Prize for literature. The university has been

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trying to mark her achievements with its own award for the past three

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years. Unfortunately, it illness prevented me coming when it was

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first offered so I am absolutely delighted to be catching up with the

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University today, and I am very pleased that they have been patient

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with me. Alerted author, you probably have lots of letters after

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your name. Not your first degree, is it? It is not but there is something

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special about coming back to the county of your birth. Now for the

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sport. Leicester City have confirmed that an option has been triggered in

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the contract of captain Wes Morgan, extending his current deal with the

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club to June next year. The club say they've 0

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club to June next year. The club say they've also opened discussions with

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the player's representatives to extend his stay beyond this date.

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Wes who is 29, has made 97 appearances for City since joining

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the club from Nottingham Forest two years ago. It's good news for fans

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because Wes is popular figure at the King Power Stadium and a key part of

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their promotion push. It's unlikely we'll see any more signings at Derby

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County during this January transfer window. Head coach Steve McClaren

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says he's happy with his squad. That's despite a losing start to the

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year including last week's heavy defeat at Leicester. They're now

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looking to bounce back against Brighton on Saturday as Kirsty

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Edwards reports. There has been a real buzz around this place. Steve

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McClaren's rain 0 real buzz around this place. Steve

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McClaren's rain has seen fans being treated too great trouble and great

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results, but it has been far from a happy new Year so far. January has

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seen three games and three defeats, albeit one of those was against

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Premier League's Chelsea. Saturday's game here is a real test

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of Derby's character. Every game is a test. The players were challenged

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and they have had opportunities, and they have generally taken them. This

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is football, ups and downs, and it is how you react after defeats, as

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individuals and as a team, as well as a club. 0

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individuals and as a team, as well as a club. You won the management of

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the month awards. We talked about the curse of the award. My theory is

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that you had one hell of a month to get the award, which we did, and it

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is the law of averages that you cannot continue that. Derby's

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players have been working hard to get back to winning ways on Saturday

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but they will come against a bright inside to our six in their league.

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`` a bright inside who are sick in their league. `` a Brighton side. We

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get frustrated easily and we must not do that, we must stay positive.

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We must react and come back. The key thing is to give a performance on

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Saturday because when we have concentrated on that, we have

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usually not 0 concentrated on that, we have

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usually not results. `` usually not results. Onto cricket because

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Nottinghamshire have announced pre tax profits of nearly half a million

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pounds for the past year. The club's turnover is up to over 12 million

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pounds off the back of a sold out Ashes series last summer and some

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healthy domestic gates too. Another Nottinghamshire success story last

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season was one day captain and batsman James Taylor. And as English

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cricket limps away from Ashes humiliation and makes its first

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tentative steps to a fresh start, Taylor looks set to be part of the

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next generation. Angela Rafferty reports. He may be small, but since

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joining Notts, he has made a big impact, and now he is hoping to do

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the same for England. Many believed he deserved a chance with the Ashes

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squad in Australia. I would have loved to have been part of the

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squad, but it was not meant to be. Now I have to stay apart of this

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squad. He has just returned from Australia when he saw the Ashes

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disaster first`hand, and caught up with the squad there. They are as

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positive as they can be. It was not the ideal result but now they are

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into another series so who knows? Hopefully, they can win that series.

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While England try to pride, Taylor hopes to aim his stake into future

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clubs. He hopes to gain a hugely successful season. It is an exciting

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time and to be asked to captain the side is a great honour. I am looking

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forward to it, it will be a great honour. Snooker and Leicester's Mark

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Selby faces John Higgins in the quarter finals of the Masters

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Snooker at London's Alexandra Palace this evening. In ice hockey the

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Nottingham Panthers are in South Wales to face the Cardiff Devils

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tonight. Defenceman Brent Henley and net minder Craig Kowalski could both

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return after long injuries. And last night we told you about a public

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meeting in the town of Hinckley in Leicestershire. Non league fans are

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planning to build a new community football club after Hinckley United

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folded last year. Well they've now chosen the name, Hinckley AFC.

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Inspired! Now... How do you de`stress? Perhaps a nice country

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walk or even a deep tissue massage? Chocolate for me! It seems neither

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of those are good enough for some students in the East Midlands who

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are feeling the pressure of looming exams. Eleanor Garnier's been

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finding out the latest solution to tackling stress! You might not

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believe it but this is the University of Leicester. The student

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campus is, I 0 University of Leicester. The student

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campus is, I guess, somewhere to expect the unexpected, but a zoo?

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Students get stressed out during their exam time so we thought we

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would bring a farm to 0 their exam time so we thought we

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would bring a farm to campus. I think it is a great idea. More dogs

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and cats would be amazing! I am loving this chicken, it is adorable!

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My emotions are all over the place. I have had in weeks and weeks of

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work, no contact with the outside world, so this is brilliant, a good

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way of letting off steam and relaxing. A lot of people are having

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exams and are very nervous but a lot of people have animals at home so

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this is a good way to help you relax and let off steam, and calmed down

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from the exams. I am enjoying it and they are very soft, but other than

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that, I am still very stressed, I am not 0

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that, I am still very stressed, I am not going to lie to you! A duck, a

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sheep, a chicken and a pony. They have it all here. Perhaps this is

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the key to reducing stress in all our offices. I wondered why there

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was a small arc being loaded into the newsroom this evening! `` ark.

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Now for the weather. We did not fare too badly today. The showers arrived

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earlier and they are staying with us for some time, in fact, right

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through the weekend. Tomorrow will be bright spells and scattered

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showers. There will be some bright weather tomorrow, though. You can

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get out and about with your camera. Here is a 0

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get out and about with your camera. Here is a familiar sight,

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low`pressure sitting to the west of us and that will keep that unsettled

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at the moment. A south`westerly breeze is driving through the

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showers at the moment, and although they lose intensity over the next

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few hours, we do have a scattering of showers overnight. With the

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breeze, damages are holding up and we are looking at lows of six

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degrees. If you live in the Peak District, it may get down to one or

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two degrees, but it should stay frost free. Tomorrow we will have a

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scattering of showers with one or two bright spells in between. Those

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spells well fade away and there will be some bright weather tomorrow,

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although it will stay fairly cloudy with highs of eight degrees. Further

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ahead to the weekend, you can see the low`pressure sitting with us

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down to the West. Saturday starts off with this area of rain with us.

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Hopefully, it will pull away through the day so there should be dry

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weather as we go into the afternoon. Maybe just a few showers

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around. It stays unsettled and on sat day night, temperatures will

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drop and freezing fog is possible. Rain around on Sunday and widespread

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frost on Monday. Temperatures lower over the weekend with the unsettled

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theme of showers and rain. Never mind, it is the winter! I suppose

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so! We are back at PM or another date! Lucky boy! I will see you

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tomorrow. `` 10pm.

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