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

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Tonight, a pensioner's agonising wait for an ambulance.

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Pat Lindsay was in severe pain for five hours. She says it was the

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longest night of her life. If this is to pay for parents and

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their luxuries, it is most definitely appropriate there is a

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cap. Plus the wrong kind of rubbish.

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How contaminated loads ruin our recycling efforts. And could Kevin

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Phillips helped fire the Foxes into the Premier league?

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This would be my fifth out of the championship into the Premier league

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and another fantastic chapter in my career. But there is a long way to

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go. Good evening. Welcome to Friday's

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programme. First tonight, it was a low priority case but it left an

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East Midlands woman waiting for an ambulance in agony, for hours.

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Pat Lindsay says her five hour wait for an ambulance was the longest and

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most painful night of her life. Bosses have defended the service

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saying there were emergencies to deal with but have apologised for

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the distress. How is your knee? A bit better. Much

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of Pat's pain has gone but the memory of waiting for an ambulance

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this week will take longer to fade. I've never had pain like that. I've

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had children, a gall bladder, operations but never anything like

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that. Vinnie went like a football. She was literally in tears with

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pain. According to the amulet service, it took five hours for a

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crew to get her home. I thought they have forgotten about us. It is

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difficult to believe that this is what happens. I felt like it had

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been days. I know it wasn't but that's what it felt like to be, laid

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here. An act of hours GP on Monday night visited and requested the

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ambulance. The head of the service told me they were very busy in the

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early hours of Tuesday. We are very sorry that Mrs Lindsay had the

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experience she did with us. Clearly, in this case, her call was

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categorised as what is called a GP urgent case, which means an ample

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and will be dispatched within four hours. It was not classed as a

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life`threatening emergency. At that time, we were dealing with a lot of

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life`threatening emergencies. Ever since the downgrading of the

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accident and emergency unit at Newark, there has been huge

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sensitivity over how long ambulances take to get to patients. The major a

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and E units are all more than 20 miles away. Lincoln County,

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Kingsmill Hospital and the Queens medical in Nottingham. I know there

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are a lot of people trying to improve health care in this part of

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the East Midlands but I don't see it getting any better. In fact, I see

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it getting worse. She spent three nights at Kingsmill. Tests were

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inconclusive. Rob's here now. We keep hearing

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about delays when will things get better.

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There is huge pressure on the Ambulance Service to improve

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response times. The care, when Pat got it, she said was superb. It was

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just the weight. The service has been called to a high risk summit

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and at NHS England to demonstrate what improvements it is putting in

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place. They are putting more staff into the control room to prioritise

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calls better. Last year, they promised a dash a sell`off of

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ambulance stations. Has that happened?

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The Chief Executive has told East Midlands today that that is on hold

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still. They may scale back some of those proposals, we don't know yet.

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They are not expecting to hit their response times, their annual target,

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the end of this year. But she insists that things are improving.

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It is work in progress. Two major landmarks in Leicester will soon be

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disappearing. The City Council's headquarters on

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New Walk will be demolished later this year with 1,100 staff being

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relocated. Elsewhere in the city, work to pull down the Belgrave

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Flyover will start as soon as next month.

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Take a good look because these two towering office blocks right in the

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heart of our bustling city will soon be coming down. At the moment, they

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are home to Leicester City Council but this 1970s development has been

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labelled structurally unsound. It means finding a new home for 1100

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council workers and it will leave this prime plot of land completely

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empty. I think they should replace those buildings with a leisure

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complex which holds concerts and things like that. Certainly, good

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quality office accommodation and also something to support the

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evening economy, like restaurants and so on. I would like to see

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something more green and anything has got to be better than this. Work

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to demolish the towers will start this summer. Whether they are

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brought down floor by floor or destroyed in one big explosion,

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Leicester City mayor admits it will not be cheap. We are talking about

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the cost of summer between 3.5 main pounds and formally hands. That is a

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significant sum but it is investment. Its investment in an

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important site in the city and it is one that will bring many times that

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time `` amount of investments which will bring jobs to our economy.

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Demolition will start as soon as next month. It is up to residents to

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decide if they want the short option, a nine week option, or with

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less disruption to traffic, work that will go on for 14 weeks. There

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is a warning, both options involve noisy demolition up until midnight.

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The idea though, to link the Golden mile back`up with the rest of the

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city. Coming up: in sport, an exclusive

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interview with Nottingham Forest owner Fawaz Al Hasawi.

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And your weekend weather with Anna. If you have outdoor plans this

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weekend, I can tell you when this rain is set to arrive. But I also

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have good news. The sun is set to shine. I will tell you when, later.

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Next tonight: it's been revealed that more than a thousand households

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in the East Midlands were claiming more than ?500 a week in benefits

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before a government cap was introduced.

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Opinion polls reveal that the benefit cap is the most popular

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policy ever devised. Sarah Teale joins us in the studio with more.

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The government introduced the benefit cap last July to try to

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encourage people back to work and to cut the welfare bill. It means

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couples, with or without children, and lone parent households are

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limited to a maximum claim of ?500 a week in benefits. And single people

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with no children can receive a maximum of ?350. More than 33,000

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households have been affected by the benefits cap. And new figures reveal

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that a total of 1,278 households in the East Midlands have seen their

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benefits cut because of the policy. According to a survey three quarters

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of the public support the benefit cap. With 70% saying people affected

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should find jobs, work more hours or move to a cheaper property. So is a

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maximum of ?500 a week the right way forward? I asked people in

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Nottingham what they thought. That is more than I get a week and I have

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to pay all of my bills out of that. So, yes, sad `` ?500 seems a lot to

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me. That would work fine in London but the further north you go, it

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doesn't make sense. Do you think ?500 a week is enough to live on?

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No, I don't think it is. Not in Great Britain no more. It needs to

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be more than that. My concern is about ?800. It's difficult for

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people to exist on benefits. That's my experience as a social worker in

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the past. There has to be a cap because there has to be some

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reality. To have a blanket approach is going to be wrong because that

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will be detrimental to some families. If it is to pay for

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parents and their luxuries, it is most definitely appropriate that

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there is a cap. Unfortunately, we all have to do without our

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luxuries. If we work full time, which I do, and I know lots of my

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friends do, but I've have moments where have not been able to afford

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things and something 's got to give. I think it is considering when you

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see families who've got everything and have done nothing to win it. ``

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slightly disconcerting. So that's some of the views of the

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public. What about the politicians? We can hear now from Iain Duncan

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Smith at the launch of the cap last July. And then from Nottingham North

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MP Graham Allen who says he doesn't think it's fair at all.

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People on welfare, who are not in work, apart from exemptions such as

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those who are disabled, they should actually not be earning more than

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average earnings netted out after tax. That's fair to taxpayers, who

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are themselves often struggling. I don't think this is fair at all. It

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is trying to scapegoat a section of the community. It's a tiny number of

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people. Most people on benefits are either benefits or the disabled.

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It's estimated that the policy is saving taxpayers ?2 million a week.

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And by the time of next year's General Election that could add up

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to savings of ?225 million. There's been major travel disruption

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today, on both the roads and rail. One of the busiest roads in the

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region, the A453, had to be shut for several hours this afternoon after a

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section of gas main was damaged in Clifton. Meanwhile trains to and

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from London were suspended this morning after damage to overhead

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power cables. Some trains are now running but East Midlands Trains

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says a full service won't resume until tomorrow.

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The country's first ever secure college for young criminals is to be

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built in Leicestershire. Ministers say the ?85 million fortified school

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will open next to the Glen Parva Youth Offenders Institution in three

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years time. It'll cater for more than 300 boys aged between 12 and

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17, using education to try to cut re`offending. Prison reform

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campaigners say the money would be better spent supporting teenagers in

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the community. A man who groomed teenage boys

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online before abusing them, has been jailed for 15 years. Derby Crown

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Court heard 24`year`old Nicholas Geddes contacted a 13`year`old from

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Long Eaton via social websites. He later met him at a hotel and abused

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him. Another of his victims was a 15`year`old from the same town.

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Geddes, from Ellesmere Port also faced charges relating to four other

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boys. Business leaders in the region today

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warned that an increase in the minimum wage to ?7 an hour could

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cost jobs. The government's looking at an increase after getting a

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report from the Low Pay Commission. But a senior councillor who's paying

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his staff what's called the living wage says higher pay would boost the

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economy. Michael runs a hospitality company

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in Nottingham. It employs 7000 staff on the minimum wage. He says a

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potential increase from ?6 31 to ?7 an hour is too much, too soon and

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would hurt businesses like his. What we would have to do with any

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increase in cost is passed that on to our customers which in turn could

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mean that customers are going to look up the prices and go elsewhere.

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The Chancellor, seen here on a visit to a Derbyshire company last year,

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says he would be in favour of an above inflation rise in the minimum

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wage, saying the economy can now afford it. In Leicester, the City

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Council is already paying 1100 members of staff what is called the

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living wage. It is ?7 and 65 per hour. This council says small

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businesses can now import `` afford an increase. It recognises the

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rising cost of living. It would increase morale and I'm confident it

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would be accused `` boost to the local economy. It has to be balanced

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against the need to protect employment as well. The more

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expensive we make labour the fewer jobs we are able to provide. The low

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pay commission is due to make a recommendation on this year 's

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increase in the next few weeks. It needs government approval and would

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come into effect in October. Three armed robbers who threatened

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staff at a Nottinghamshire DIY store with nights have been jailed for a

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total of 25 years. It happened at this store last July. The masked men

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forced their way inside before demanding cash from the safe. Today,

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the men from Mansfield were given jail sentences of between six and

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nine years. Police say they had inflicted on measurable step ``

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stress on the staff. A teaching union is calling for more

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cash for Nottingham schools after the Government described several of

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them as failing. Six secondary schools, including three academies,

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were placed in special measures by Ofted last month. At an Education

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Conference in the city this week ministers compared them unfavourably

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with those in London. Now the NASUWT says local schools should be given

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the same funding as those in the capital.

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Nearly a fifth of all the recyclable household rubbish in one of our

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cities can't be processed, because it's contaminated. Officers in

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Nottingham say the reason's simple, people are putting the wrong things

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in their bins. By contrast, Derby and Leicester

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councils have much more successful recycling rates. James Roberson's

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been looking at the dos and don'ts of recycling.

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Mountains of waste, rivers of it and best practice demands that nowadays,

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councils try to recycle as much of it as they can. While Nottingham

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City Council tackles its recyclable waste as seriously as any other

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council, it is finding it has having a recurring problem. People keep

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putting their recycling in plastic bags. If they take that to the bin,

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they will split that bang... They could help us. This simple mistake

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plus contamination of recycling with things like nappies, foil and crisp

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packets actually means complete loads of waste cannot be recycled.

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Currently, of all Nottingham pass mark waste, 18% is not being

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processed. It is higher than what I would like it to be at this present

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time. Meanwhile, it is bin day in Leicester. The crews and lorries are

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identified picking up household rubbish, both recyclable and

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general. All the waste that people put in the black beans goes to our

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Ballmer facility that measures up the material, takes out any metals,

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con possible material and can also take out some plastics. We recover

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as much as possible from the material that people actively

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recycle but also that they put in the black bin. Unlike Nottingham,

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Leicester's recycling contamination rate is only 2%. Even in Derby, it

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is only 4%. Paradoxically, Leicester does want recycling in bags, special

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transparent ones. We get very few problems with trans`` contamination

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because the crews can see into the bag and if there are any problems,

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they leave it and put them the door a note saying why it was not OK. The

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scheme is being promoted by Leicester's one`man recycler, Adrian

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Ablett. Several projects have been run to help people understand what

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can and cannot be recycled. Nottingham also once a education

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campaign in March. We will probably target it around the four worst

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postcodes for contamination. There is nothing rubbish about the

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sport tonight. Quite the opposite. First that exclusive interview with

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Nottingham Forest chairman Fawaz Al Hasawi. His message is not to worry.

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He says he knows it is mid January but fans should not worry because he

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is trying to bring in players this month, up to three and the situation

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in terms of signings will becoming clearer in the next few weeks. In

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the last few hours he's been talking to Natalie Jackson.

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You say you want the third star for Forest. What are your ambitions in

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this January transfer window? I just had a meeting with the manager

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regarding what he needed. For example, players. He told me about

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some players we are discussing together. Hopefully, they be within

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the week or less, things would be clear for everybody. How many

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players would you like in this window and how negotiations going?

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Well, maybe two or three. Maybe one. I don't know. Are you in the middle

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of negotiations now for a striker? We are negotiating with many

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players, not only strikers. Midfielders, right backs, strikers.

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To be honest, the manager has told me about which players he needs.

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Afterwards, we can do something about it. If it is one player, will

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it be a striker? My opinion, if I am one of the fans, I sign a striker.

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But to be honest, I keep this until the end because this is not about my

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opinion, it's the manager's opinion. Maybe we share things but

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in the end, it is going to be his call, not mine. This is his team and

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he knows what is needed for the team. This is the most important

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thing. He said in a week that you agreed a deal for Jack Hobbs. What

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is the length of his contract and what are the details of that deal?

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Actually, we have a deal until the end of the season. We are working on

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it right now. We are going to work hard to keep Jack Hobbs with us. We

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working on his agent. At the moment, we have him until the end of the

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season. Have you paid a fee to keep him until the end of the season.

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Yes. We've discussed it, me and the owner. Blackburn tomorrow. Will you

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be here? I don't think so... Of course I'm going to be here. Silly

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question. We will have more from that chat on

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Monday. Leicester City meanwhile have

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confirmed that Fulham have made a bid for talented youngster Liam

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Moore but say the player is simply not for sale. The championship high

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flyers face Leeds tomorrow and hoping to make his debut veteran

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striker Kevin Phillips. Here's Angela with our guide to his career

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in numbers. Clipped into Phillips! E has done it

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again! Kevin Phillips... The headlines are written again. He has

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been there and done it. He is as keen now as when he first started. I

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look forward to coming into training and I still have the buzz and

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excitement. His plan to retire at the end of the season... This would

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be my fifth out of the championship into the Premier league and it would

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be another fantastic chapter in my career. There's a long way to go. A

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wealth of experience, always able to score goals when they count... Many

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clubs came calling but it was Leicester who landed him. This was

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the place I wanted to be. I know the manager and assistant very well for

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my time at West Bromwich. And obviously the club are flying in the

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championship. For me, it was a no`brainer. First, he has to make

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his debut and be warned, don't get between this man and the game he

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loves. I cannot wait to stop talking to you and get on the training

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pitch. Hint! I'm only joking. Yeah, I still got the appetite. It's all I

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know and Wednesday was great for me, my first training session for two

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weeks. It was like being a kid again. That told Angela!

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Derby, who we featured yesterday, have a tough home game with Brighton

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as they try and pull out of a mini slump. Midfielder Craig Forsyth says

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everyone needs to remember how far the Rams have come lately. I don't

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think many people would have said we would be where we are now. We've got

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to look at it as a positive and make sure we continue to be the and stay

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there until the end of the season. And there's a long interview with

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Rams Head Coach Steve McClaren on the BBC East Midlands Today Facebook

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Page. Have a watch and give us a like.

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Some really good news for Notts County fans. Young midfielder Jack

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Grealish, who's made a real impact at Meadow Lane, will be staying till

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the end of the season. His loan from Aston Villa has been extended. The

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Magpies are off to Stevenage in League One, while Mansfield head to

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Portsmouth in League Two. Follow those games, and everything

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happening in the Championship, on your BBC Local Radio Station. I'm

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going to leave you with the rest of the sport. Starting with rugby and a

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key weekend for the Leicester Tigers. They play Ulster in the

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European Cup at Welford Road tomorrow night in front of a sell

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out crowd. The reason this game is crucial for

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the Tigers is because the winner will earn a home quarterfinal. A

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home tie is significant because the big teams in Europe are really

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difficult to beat. Clermont have not lost at home for 72 games. It shows

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how strong the French are on home soil. If we have to go away, we will

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give it our best shot but it always makes it a little bit more

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difficult. Nick Buckland and Penny Coombs have won their first ever

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major championship medal. They were third after Wednesday's short dance

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at the European figure state `` Skating Championships in Budapest

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and took bronze. Their score was a new personal best. This is a huge

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boost as they approach next month's Winter Olympics. This, to keep

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himself in this his masters. One stunning piece of play saw Mark

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Selby Q2 this year's semifinals. An amazing shot who beat John Higgins

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by six frames to five. He will now face Shaun Murphy. There have been

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times when I've been negative. Towards the end, at one stage, I

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looked like getting beaten so I thought if ever I get a chance, I

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was good to. He certainly did that. Just one game this weekend for

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Nottingham has `` Panthers. Well done to Nick and Penny for that

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bronze. Fantastic. The weather is not looking great,

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for tomorrow anyway. But things will improve on Sunday. There will even

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be a little bit of sunshine. Let's look at what we can expect over the

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weekend. There is going to rain first thing tomorrow morning. Once

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that clears, behind it we stay cloudy and it will be thick enough

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to produce some rain. Rain pushes through Saturday night and we are in

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for quite a promising day on Sunday. Feeling more like winter should do

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on Sunday. Great for getting out and about with a camera. This is a view

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towards Underwood. Thanks for e`mailing in to us. The pressure is

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in charge and we have fairly light winds through the night. That may

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allow some fog to form first thing. This rain will push up tomorrow.

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Here we are at a moment `` the moment, one or two showers around.

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They will die out through the next hour or so. Then we have some clear

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spells around first thing. That will allow temperatures to drop quickly

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early on. Maybe some mist and fog forming over the Peak District. As

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we go towards the early hours, cloud will feeding and rain will arrive

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from the south. That will help temperatures to recover. They will

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be around four degrees by first thing tomorrow morning. On Saturday,

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that rain pushes away to the north. Behind it, that cloud will stay with

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us. There will be some drier weather and high temperatures of eight

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degrees. Saturday night, we start to see the rain from the West push

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through so quite a wet spell of weather. It clears away behind it.

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Colder air comes into play. There will be a lot of sunshine around on

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Sunday itself. Highs of six but freezing fog is something to watch

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out for on Monday morning. That is the day for a barbecue!

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That's about it from us. Have a great weekend. Goodbye.

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