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Thank you. That's all from the BBC News at Six so it's goodbye from me,

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

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Tonight, the real lives that lie in the path of HS2.

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My husband died 14 months ago and we made a rose garden for him, so I

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just can't believe it. Also tonight, caught up in chaos.

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What next for Al`Madinah's 140 pupils?

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Plus, what you really think about council budget cuts.

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And the very latest in high fashion `` how Nottingham lace made only

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here is being worn by celebrities and Sean on catwalks across the

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globe. 0 Good evening and welcome to the

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programme. First tonight, the jobs that could be lost because of HS2.

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Up to 600 when the bulldozers start demolition work near the proposed

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East Midlands hub station in Nottinghamshire. And in

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Leicestershire, a company boss is trying to save a huge car parts

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factory from being knocked down. HS2 is now looking at the public

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response from our region, including individuals and communities, before

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final decisions on the route are made later this year. Mike

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O'Sullivan has this report. The company employing 300 people

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here insists the company can remain year despite HS2. This is the third

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option for the East Midlands hub station. HS2 admits that because of

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demolition work up to 600 jobs could be lost in a two kilometre radius

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and they would have to be relocated. This is a huge, 80 acre site and its

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layout largely dictated by railway operations that happened 30 years

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ago. We believe there is enough space for

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us and HS2 to exist side`by`side. HS2 says the development should

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create 1500 jobs, regenerating what it calls a pretty unsightly part of

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the East Midlands. Communities and individuals who have

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had 0 Communities and individuals who have

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had a 0 Communities and individuals who have

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had a year to respond to a public consultation period that ended last

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month. Near Kirby in Ashfield, all six homes are due to be wiped out

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the map in this Hamlet. I don't want to move particularly because my

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husband died 14 months ago and we need a rose garden for him.

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My grandchildren scatter his ashes there. I just can't believe it. It

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is a 0 0 there. I just can't believe it. It

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is a tragedy, as far as I am concerned.

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Supporters of HS2 pointer to economic benefits, but in

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Leicestershire are the boss of car parts factory employing 450 people

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is formally objecting to the route. Relocating could cost between 50 and

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?100 million in compensation. We have investment decisions to be

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made in the next three or four years.

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It is difficult to convince my shareholder he should invest any

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more money on the site here without uncertainty hanging over us.

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I think it is essential the East Midlands is connected to the other

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large cities. It is not just about connections to London but about

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connections to London, `` Birmingham, Leeds and Manchester.

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The responses to HS2 are now being considered and could influence

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changes to the route. And you can see a special report on

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HS2 and You on tonight's Inside Out East Midlands on BBC One at 7:30pm.

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A jury has been shown dramatic footage of the moment a Sikh

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spiritual leader was attacked with an axe during a religious ceremony

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at 0 an axe during a religious ceremony

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at a temple in Leicester. The man, whose followers call him the living

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Guru, is said to be the equivalent of the Pope for the Namdhari branch

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of the Sikh community. The court was told his attacker will allege that

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the Guru sexually abused him 20 years ago in India. Here's our Chief

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News reporter. Last August, his Holiness Sri Satguru Uday Singh Ji

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VI was in the UK from the Punjab on an official visit. His first

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function was an early morning religious ceremony at the Linden

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Street Temple in Leicester. 27`year`old Harjit Singh Toor from

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Oadby, an orthodox Sikh, 0 27`year`old Harjit Singh Toor from

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Oadby, an orthodox Sikh, had bought a three foot axe two days before the

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visit .He dressed himself in the traditional white turban and tunic

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worn by Namdhari Sikhs and entered the prayer hall. Footage shown to

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the jury captured Harjit Singh Toor walking up to the platform, throwing

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off a blanket 0 walking up to the platform, throwing

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off a blanket and wielding the axe at the guru. He was quickly

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overpowered by worshippers and screaming and shouting could be

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heard. The guru's right arm was broken in the attack and he had a

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four inch cut to his face. The Guru 's assistant threw his body in front

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of his Holiness. He told the court that Harjit Singh Toor was aiming

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for the Guru 's head and had come with an axe to kill him. He added

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that afterwards the Guru asked if Mr Toor was all right. The court was

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told the Guru had stayed at the home of Harjit Singh Toor's uncle before

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the attack. After he was overpowered by worshippers, Mr Toor was

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overheard to say he did not believe in the living guru and told them,

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look what you need me do. The court heard that since his arrest Harjit

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Singh Toor will allege that the Guru sexually abused him in 20 years ago

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in India, an allegation not accepted by the prosecution. The jury was

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told that, whether it was through hatred or revenge, he had a crystal

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clear motive for wanting to kill the Guru. Mr Toor denies attempted

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murder but admits grievous bodily harm. Later in the programme, sport

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comes from Derby, where the Rams face a big test. 0

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Yes, it's Derby against QPR, Fourth against Third, hopefuls against big

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spenders who can't afford not to get promoted. Make no mistake cash if

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Derby win this, they are serious contenders.

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And it 0 contenders.

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And it is snow and that is the big contender for the limelight in the

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next 24 hours. There is a lot of whether going on, join me for all

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the details later in the programme. Four more men have admitted taking

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part in a mass attack at a Leicester restaurant. The Moghul Durbar

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restaurant on East Park Road was badly damaged during the incident

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last January. A total of eleven people have now pleaded guilty to

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the attack. Seven have already been jailed for two years each.

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A hospital is still under threat of closure with people now being given

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nine weeks to have their say. NHS bosses say at least ?500,000 needs

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to 0 0 bosses say at least ?500,000 needs

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to be spent on repairs at Ashby hospital in North West

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Leicestershire. Managers say the facility, which has 16 beds, may not

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be big enough to cope with an ageing population. They suggest money might

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be better spent treating patients at home.

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A meeting has just started in Derby to try to work out what will happen

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to about 140 pupils at a troubled Islamic free school. The meeting was

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called by the new chairman of the Al Madinah Trust after the government

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announced on Friday that the secondary school must close this

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summer. But a leading member of one parents' group says she hopes the

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school will eventually re`open. James Roberson reports.

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Pupils outside Al`Madinah secondary school in Derby and their parents

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were shocked last Friday when Schools Minister Lord Nash wrote to

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the new chairman of the Al`Madinah Trust to say the secondary school

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must close by the end of next term. What about getting her to another

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school, surely that worries you? Yes, it does, because where am I

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going to send her? It is hoped more answers to that

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will be provided by tonight's meeting of 0

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will be provided by tonight's meeting of parents, council

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representatives and the new Trust chairman, who says getting to grips

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with even basic information about the school has been difficult.

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They were not sure about how many pupils they had on the roll. I've

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had to do headcounts to find out how many pupils there are. The finance

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systems don't work. It is now understood there are about

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140 pupils at the school. Some are from Nottingham and Burton, but the

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bulk, around 90, are from Derby, who may need to be spread across the

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city's 13 mainstream 0 may need to be spread across the

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city's 13 mainstream secondary schools.

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We have a duty to provide a school place for every child in the city.

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That is exactly what we will do, working closely with the secondary

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schools in Derby to identify where there are places, matching parents

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with 0 there are places, matching parents

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with those vacancies. It may be that we will have to work with schools to

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expand places if necessary. The Al`Madinah primary across the

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city will move into the secondary school building at half term, but

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Rifad Shahin says she hopes the secondary school will also rise

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again. As a parent I will fight until I have assurance from the DfE,

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from Lord Nash, that once our children reach secondary school age

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to say 0 children reach secondary school age

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to say that once our primary children reach secondary school age

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they will reopen the secondary school, because the stress and

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everything else we as parents and our children have been through these

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last few months, it has been abominable.

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An engineering firm in Leicestershire is taking on 25 new

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workers after winning part of a multi`million pound support fund. JJ

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Churchill in Market Bosworth make blades for aeroplane engines and are

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getting ?1 million from the Sharing in Growth fund. The

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Government`backed programme is aimed at protecting jobs and creating new

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opportunities for the aerospace industry.

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The aerospace industry in the East Midlands is very important. We have

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a Rolls`Royce, you cannot get better. But we also have a huge

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supply base, supplying 0 better. But we also have a huge

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supply base, supplying not just Rolls`Royce but others in the

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industry, and the challenge is to make them competitive so they can

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compete on the global scene and grow. The opportunity is phenomenal.

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Electric buses will soon be running on all of Nottingham City Council's

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bus 0 on all of Nottingham City Council's

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bus routes. There are already eight low carbon buses in operation but

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there will be 50 by September 2015. They will be paid for by the

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government's Green Bus Fund, which offers grants towards more

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environmentally`friendly vehicles. The city's received a total of ?5.5

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million pounds to convert its fleet. Trade unions have criticised plans

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to cut more than 130 jobs at Children's Centres across Leicester.

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The City Council wants to merge services at 23 centres as part of

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plans to save ?4.4 million. The centres run a range of projects like

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teaching gardening skills to providing midwifery, health and

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training sessions, as well as play sessions for the under`fives.

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All 23 centres across the whole of the city are remaining open,

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delivering services to local people. Staff are the key element in

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providing services to children and families. You can keep the buildings

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open, but if there are no staff to run them come it is meaningless.

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Well, cutbacks and job losses ` it's just about all we've heard from our

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local councils over the last few years. Today though we can reveal

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what 0 years. Today though we can reveal

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what you, the public, actually think about how your money should be

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spent, and where it could be saved. Nottinghamshire County Council has

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carried out its largest ever consultation since announcing it

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would have to cut spending by ?154 million over the next three years.

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Sarah Teale has been looking at the results.

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Plenty of people have had their say on this.

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Yes, the people of Nottinghamshire have responded in their thousands

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spelling out what they want their council budget spent on and what

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they are prepared to sacrifice. There's been a total of 38,000

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responses. And the findings are interesting. These are the services

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the majority of people want to save. Support for older people, including

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adults with disabilities, the maintenance of roads and pavements

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and tackling crime and anti`social behaviour.

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And the services where people think savings can be made are subsidies

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for bus and community transport services, street lighting and

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trading standards. Councillors met today to discuss the findings and

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will look at whether they've got their proposals right or whether

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they need to follow what the people think and make changes.

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Certainly the strength of feeling in areas like support for vulnerable

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people and roads and pavements, that is something we have to take

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seriously. I am slightly surprised about street lighting, although we

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are taking measures to introduce LEEDs on street lighting, which will

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cost that might look at the cost considerably. If you talk to people

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about having street lights turned off, there are not many people will

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want that to happen. Of course, when you're talking about

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cutting funding it creates controversy. And one area which has

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attracted much support is for the Nottingham Playhouse. Now the

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council had suggested cutting the ?94,000 funding it gives to the

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playhouse, but that was one of the least popular proposals. There was

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more 0 least popular proposals. There was

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more support for increasing the cost of blue badges and school meals.

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That's music to the ears of the Playhouse which organised a vigorous

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petition to save its funding. We were confident we would have a

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lot 0 We were confident we would have a

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lot of support, but 0 We were confident we would have a

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lot of support, but I think we have all been surprised that it is come

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out so heavily in our favour. It is understandable they have to look at

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the level of funding, but we would ask whether they think it should be

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a 100% cut. It would be disappointing to most people if they

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do not respond in the way we would hope.

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Finally, it's worth noting that residents were asked what level of

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council tax increase they'd be prepared to pay.

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Having no increase wasn't an option and 45% of people went for the

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lowest possible increase of just under 2%. Councillors have pledged

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to listen to the results of this survey and make changes to their

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original proposals given the constraints they're facing. The

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final budget details will be rubber stamped towards the end of this

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month. Still to come ` the rise and rise of

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Nottingham Lace. How a material that was once in

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decline is now gracing catwalks across the planet.

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It is sporting time now, but we have a quiet studio because he is not

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here with us, he is in the cold. Colin is in Derby.

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It has been a long time in Derby since the glory days, but you do

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since there is a buzz here at the moment. The iPro Stadium, as it is

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called. I am going to tell you about top`level tennis coming back to

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Nottingham and Winter Olympic history, but our focus is here

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because it 0 history, but our focus is here

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because it is fourth placed Derby against Queens Park Rangers. Behind

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me they have set up a bit of a fan park. There is a tent where the fans

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are sinking a few pints. We will join them later, but the preparation

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is of course very different for the players in the stadium and our

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correspondent has been to see how they are feeling.

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I am you with the first team coach, Paul Simpson. Great game tonight,

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QPR. You have not yet be denied team in the top six and is this something

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you are looking to get over? We're not thinking about that, we know

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this is the next test for us, we know it is QPR.

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We're not getting screwed up about who it is. We can only play this

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game tonight, we are prepared for the game we are looking forward to

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it and hopefully we will see a fantastic game of football in front

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of a crowd enjoying what they are seeing and we can move onto the

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next. You played Queens Park Rangers at their place earlier, you narrowly

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lost, what is the difference between then and now?

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I think the whole football club has developed.

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We are delighted with the response from the players and support staff

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in the club, but we know we have not achieved anything yet. This is the

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first of 17 big games to come and they are old games we look forward

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to, regardless of what has gone before. We are old games we look

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forward to, regardless of what has gone before. We're looking thank you

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for your time, Derby County's first team coach, bidding into context

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this mouthwatering contest at the iPro Stadium.

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Leicester City will also have the rise closely on this game. It could

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of course affect their 11 point lead at the top. The Foxes saw their

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brilliant nine game winning run finally come to an end against

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Watford on Saturday. They did at least get a draw, although they left

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it late. Kirsty Edwards was there. ?3, your match day programmes! They

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have the bit between their teeth and I can't see anyone stopping them.

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Another three points today. We just get used to winning every

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week it will be a shock when we lose!

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It has been a remarkable run and these players really don't want it

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to end. The linesman's flag stays down!

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Hopes were high of a 10th win in a row. Watford, though, had not read

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the script. Back on the Balkan edge of the 18

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yard box, the linesman 's flag stays down!

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He finds Murray, Murray from distance right footed, it is in! The

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second for Watford. Wright fitted in! It is James

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Forrest! `` it is James for Leicester. We knew we would get an

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opportunity and if we could take it it would be a great game for us.

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There it is! Danny Drinkwater in injury time for Leicester!

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They may not have won, but that is another vital point, another pointed

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towards the Premier League. It would have been nice to get ten

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wins on the spin, but let's not be too greedy, we are living games

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unbeaten. It would have been great to stretch

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the lead even more but it puts a little pressure on QPR on Monday

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night and hopefully, fingers crossed, we can have a good game.

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I said we would come down and join the fans, that is what we have done.

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This lot are collecting for charity, going around all 92

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grounds. They are writerly Nottingham Forest fans. I thought I

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would come to them because Nottingham Forest began a

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challenging four games in 11 days with a draw at Blackpool. And that's

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where Mark Shardlow begins the weekend goals round up.

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Nottingham stretched their unbeaten run to 15 games at Blackpool. But

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this man's first league goal was not enough. Blackpool got the equaliser

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with five minutes to go. In League One, Notts County move

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down to the 0 In League One, Notts County move

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down to the relegation zone after a convincing home win over Coventry.

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The crowd were treated to a very special second goal, a long plane ``

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long`range strike from new signing Jimmy Spencer. With three minutes

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remaining the third came from the penalty spot, and in one of the more

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satisfying games of the season with the kick was neatly taken by Alan

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Sheehan. Mansfield town got a much`needed

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win, their first at home since September. The opener was scored by

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Sam Lucas, their second scrambled in by James Jennings.

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Let us round up some of the other sports news now. Big boost for East

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Midlands Tennis as a top level ATP Event returns to Nottingham. The old

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Nottingham Open, which featured the likes of Greg Rusedski, was moved to

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Eastbourne some years ago, but today the Lawn Tennis Association

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announced it was coming back to the Nottingham Tennis Centre. It'll have

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a different name, but will have substantial prize money and be

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staged the week before Wimbledon ` and just a week after a top level

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Women's event. We're not saying it is going to be

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Andy Murray, Roger 0 We're not saying it is going to be

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Andy Murray, Roger Federer or Nadal, but you are talking about a very

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high standard below that, and who knows? Some of the players can enter

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late, depending on how much grass court practice they have got, so we

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are anticipating a very strong entry.

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At the winter Olympics, Nottingham's Jack Whelbourne made history today.

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He became the first Briton to reach the final of the 1500m speed

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skating. But his medal hopes went in a freak fall. The 22`year`old, in

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white, was well placed in the closing stages when a fall finished

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his race. One of 0 closing stages when a fall finished

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his race. One of the black track blocks had been kicked into his path

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and he crashed to the ground after stepping on it at high speed. He's

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hurt his ankle, but an x`ray has shown no broken bones and he hopes

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to be back in action later this week.

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Staying on the 0 week.

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Staying on the ice, Nottingham Panthers just failed to record back

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to back wins when they went down to Hull last night in a shoot out. But

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on Saturday, in front of a packed National Ice Centre, they dispatched

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their arch rivals the Sheffield Steelers. They went into a 5`0 lead

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and 0 Steelers. They went into a 5`0 lead

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and eventually 0 Steelers. They went into a 5`0 lead

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and eventually won 5`2. That is everything a rounded up for

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you now, but back here at Derby they are anticipating a very big game

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against QPR. We have a few of the fans gathered here getting ready.

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What do you guys make of the build`up and how the team is playing

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so far? It has gone right so far, Steve

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McClaren has picked a good side today. It will be a tight game, UPR

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are good at the back, but we are good at the top. The last time we

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played Leicester away and we got hammered. We will see how it goes,

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hopefully the team are on par today and do a good job. This is a proper

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test today, isn't it two yes it is, as long as the play the passing game

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instead of the lobbying game, we will get somewhere.

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There is that only a buzz around the place come everyone is getting

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excited. It is really good, everyone is

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getting behind the team. Thank you very much, lads. They are

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all budding forehead, radio Derby are over here and you can follow the

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coverage, as well, tune in to BBC Radio Derby and we will have a full

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report tomorrow. Thank you, Colin. It looks cold but it looks like a

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great atmosphere. Good game. I sound like Bruce Forsyth.

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Now, it's beautiful, delicate and traditional and it's been enhancing

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our clothes for centuries. I am not wearing any today. Lace is

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getting a new lease of life in the world of high fashion. It is gracing

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the catwalk in designer Burberry's new collection. Celebrities are

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wearing it, too, and, incredibly, it's all coming from Cluny Lace at

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Ilkeston, as Jo 0 it's all coming from Cluny Lace at

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Ilkeston, as Jo Healey discovered. Lacey and even racy, either way it

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is the hottest stuff on the catwalk. Burberry could not get enough, and

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it is made at a factory near you. Top models wearing your lace. How

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does that feel? It is amazing for us. As in little Charnwood College

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and these top models wearing our lace, it is something to be proud

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of. `` us in little Ilkeston. There used to be hundreds of lace

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makers around here in Ilkeston, Nuneaton. The lace was sold in

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Nottingham, which is why it became known as Nottingham lace, but now

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this is the only place in the country that still makes it. And

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they still use the same 0 country that still makes it. And

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they still use the same machines, invented by John Lieber in 1814, and

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as yet never bettered by computer. Victorian engineering at its best.

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They are attacked in the same other than being run by electricity now.

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There would have been steam driven belts running the length of the

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ceiling on this floor and the two floors above. They were powered by

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steam? Yes, but no different other than

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that. Traditional skills, but prized

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around the globe. It traced that wedding dress, used by designers

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Paul Smith, Vivienne Westwood and now Burberry. 0

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Paul Smith, Vivienne Westwood and now Burberry. Thanks to them this is

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a historic firm whose future looks laced with success.

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There are a lot of the as mackerel a lot of us in the office are

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committing some 0 lot of us in the office are

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committing some of those items. She likes a bit of lace, she does. I

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cannot say the same. You would not want to wear flimsy

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lace in the next few days, would you?

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Definitely not, turning wintry in the next 48 hours.

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There is a chance we could see some of the white stuff that has been

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elusive so far this winter. It has been quiet today and we have a ridge

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of high pressure keeping things quiet tonight, but this weather

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front will sneak in from the west through tomorrow. That will bring

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some rain tomorrow morning, but as it clears out of the way we will

:25:56.:26:00.

start with Calder air. Tomorrow things are getting more interesting,

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certainly a wet morning, but is that clears way it will 0

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certainly a wet morning, but is that clears way it will turn brighter. If

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we get any showers they will turning pleasingly wintry as the day wears

:26:09.:26:12.

on. Don't be surprised if you see some wet snow will later in the day.

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Now we have some showers at the moment, fading away in the next hour

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or so. It is a dry night, clear spells and lighter winds, another

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chilly one with temperatures at or below freezing by the morning in

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some rural spots. Tomorrow morning turning wet once again, rain pushing

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its in `` pushing its way in through the morning. It will not last long,

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really intense rain, clearing away by lunchtime. The kind that dryer

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and brighter 0 by lunchtime. The kind that dryer

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and brighter with some sunshine around, but as the showers started

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to creep in the will turn increasingly wintry. Don't be

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surprised if you do see some snow, mainly across higher ground, but I

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would not rule out the odd slate year`round they're just about

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anywhere. Temperature tomorrow around five Celsius, feeling colder.

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The showers fade for a time tomorrow evening, dry, cold, I see for a

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time, but another cluster showers pitching in tomorrow evening, there

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could be two to five centimetres by Wednesday morning.

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Good Lord! The shock of it! We're back with the late news.

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I 0 0 We're back with the late news.

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I am, 0 We're back with the late news.

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I am, with the lovely K. See you then.

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