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

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Tonight: A hospital halts surgery that could help children with

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cerebral palsy. Shannon had her NHS operation but 30

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other children will miss out. I thought it was really bad and that

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other people could not get it was really bad for them to.

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Also, police carry out raids across counties looking for suspected

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football hooligans. Plus, the rise and rise of house

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prices. And what is missing from the House of Lords is asked, apparently?

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Find 0 House of Lords is asked, apparently?

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Find out why they later. Good evening. Welcome to Tuesday's

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programme. First tonight, growing anger and confusion after

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potentially life changing operations for children were cancelled. The

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surgery was designed to help children with cerebral palsy walk

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again. The NHS has apologised for the pain, distress and uncertainty

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the decision has caused. Tonight the affected families face

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an agonising wait to see if there's any way that their children can now

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get the surgery they need. Many fear they'll need to raise thousands to

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go private. Our Health Correspondent, Rob Sissons reports.

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Forward, that's it. This boy's family thought he was well on the

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way to his surgery to help him walk unaided. But Nottingham's Queen's

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Medical Centre say the spinal operation is no longer routinely

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funded on the NHS. There is hope there that he could walk, and

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without the surgery, we question that he will ever do that. In

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today's balls, the news his mum was dreading, and 29 other families are

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in the same boat. His 0 dreading, and 29 other families are

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in the same boat. His operation will not be going ahead on the NHS. The

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procedure involves cutting nerves around the spine to reduce

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spasticity. Nottingham's Queen's Medical Centre should have stopped

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doing the operations months ago when NHS England ruled there was not

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enough evidence of that success. In a statement, NHS England told us

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they were trying to achieve a: Shannon's family feel lucky. She got

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her operation four days ago, and the hospitals honouring 18 other

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children's operations. But to begin with, they had said no. I thought it

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was really, really bad. And that other people 0

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was really, really bad. And that other people could not have it it

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was really bad for them to. I want to do anything I can to help the

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other children who are not getting the surgery. Days on, they are

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already noticing improvements. Before the operation, Shannon could

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not raise her arms. That is brilliant. It is not fantastic for

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this boy's family. It is quite a big mountain to climb, who knows how

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long that will take? Families right across the Midlands have had 0

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long that will take? Families right across the Midlands have had their

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hopes 0 across the Midlands have had their

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hopes raised and then dashed. We asked for interviews from both

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Nottingham's Queen's Medical Centre and NHS England and were told no one

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was available. Tonight there is some hope, talk of NHS England funding

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some cases, possibly around 100 to be evaluated, but there is no word

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yet on who might qualify. Police have arrested 26 men in

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connection with suspected violent disorder that broke out after a

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football match last year. It happened on the day Nottingham

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Forest played Derby County in September. This morning, raids took

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place across three counties in what police say was an almost

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unprecedented operation. Tom Brown reports.

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It was barely dawn this morning, and a huge police operation was already

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underway. Around 100 officers arrived in homes in Nottingham,

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Derbyshire and Boston in Lincolnshire aiming to arrest 26 men

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in a series of code needed raids. It was all in rear `` in relation to

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suspected football related violence. It is the culmination of

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the investigation that took place in response to a violent disorder that

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took place in September last year. Since then, a number of people have

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already been arrested who are currently on bail, and we have been

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piecing together lots of different strands of intelligence, identifying

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26 for the people we need to speak to in relation to that disorder. It

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happened in this village right, Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire border.

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The men arrested today were aged between 16 and 50. The majority were

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detained in Nottingham, where evidence and statements were taken.

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This police operation was so big it was partly funded by the Home

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Office. It is unprecedented. I have not seen, on many occasions, the

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amount of intelligence gathering and preparation that has taken place in

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relation to preparing for today's arrest phase. Anyone convicted of

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football related violence gives the real fans a bad name, the police

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say. More arrests could follow. Almost 600 affordable homes are to

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be built in Leicester over the next two years ` as figures today

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confirmed the average house price in the region stands at a whopping

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?176,000. The average cost has remained

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constant for three months in a row, meaning our annual rise hasn't been

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as sharp as elsewhere. 0 meaning our annual rise hasn't been

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as sharp as elsewhere. But today one estate suggested the housing market

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was at the beginning of another boom. Mike O'Sullivan reports.

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There is a cluster of estate agents on the street in Leicester, one of

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them saying that the cycle of house price boom is about to start up

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again. With increases of up to 27% across the country, and here in the

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East Midlands, up to 7%. We have seen it before, at the beginning of

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the market you get that kind of gradual steady growth, and as that

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bubble builds, the increase becomes more rapid. So our house price boom

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is around the corner? It could be, in my humble opinion. Today the

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Office for National Statistics said the average price for a house in the

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East Midlands was ?176,000 last year, unchanged for the third month

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in a row, there's been a steady 1.9% increase in a year. For this

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family, who live in social housing, the average price is a figure they

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just cannot afford. No way, not a chance. There is no way we could

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afford a new house. Or any sort of house to move into. This is it for

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us. In Leicester, more affordable homes or on the way. The city

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council says 600 will be provided in the next couple of years. Wages have

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not kept up with inflation in house prices, so many people cannot afford

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to buy. There have always been many people, because of low`income, low

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wages, disabilities are other reasons, who would never buy. We

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have got an increase of 31% more buyers, that is a fact. There is

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more 0 buyers, that is a fact. There is

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more confidence out there. At the moment, the market is growing. Help

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is out there for mortgages, but around ?60 million is also being

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spent on affordable homes in the city. With the money coming from the

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Council, the government and outside investment.

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The RSPCA have returned to a field in Leicestershire at the centre of a

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campaign to move some horses being kept there. People have been at the

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field near Fosse park protesting that the animals need to be taken

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somewhere dry. The owner insists he's done nothing wrong and the

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horses are taken care of. The RSPCA visited today and said afterwards

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their inspectors had no immediate concerns and the owner was

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co`operating in mending fences and clearing some litter. They said the

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horses do have access to dry land and food. One was put down at the

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weekend, unable to rise from a large puddle of water.

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A council is defending plans to introduce a two tier rent system

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which would essemtially give a discount to so`called responsible

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tenants. Nottingham City Council says the idea is to reward those who

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play by the rules and pay on time ` while those who don't would pay

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more. It says it won't disadvantage those who genuinely can't pay.

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Benefits campaigners in the city though, have called the idea

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'divisive' and 'unfair'. Nottinghamshire Police are to hold a

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fortnight long firearms amnesty next month. It's a decade since the last

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one was held in the county. Officers are asking for people to hand in

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unlawfully held or unwanted guns and ammunition to stop them getting into

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the wrong hands. There'll be no questions asked. The amnesty will

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begin on March third. Still to come: Big changes and big

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challenges for Mansfield's Golden Girl.

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Rebecca Adlington talks about her life away from competitive swimming.

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Before all that, a deafening silence in Parliament's second chamber. A

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new survey reveals that our voice is going unheard in the House of Lords.

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The East Midlands has fewer noble Lords and Baronesses than any other

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part of the UK. Now there are calls for that under`representation to be

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addressed. Here's our Political Editor John Hess.

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It was Oscar Wilde who wrote that the House of Lords and never takes

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into account public opinion. That is why, he says, it is at a civilised

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body. But a new report suggests Parliament's unelected second

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chamber is out of touch with many of the regions but the country ``

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regions of the country, especially the East Midlands. Out of 432

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working peers, only nine or from the East Midlands. At 2%, that is the

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lowest representation of any part of the UK. That compares with 4% for

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the West Midlands and Yorkshire. 11% for the East, and 20% from the

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south`east. At 24%, peers living in Greater London make up the biggest

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share. The Bishop of Leicester is one of our handful of peers. There

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is also lauds Charlie Falk in, a former Lord Chancellor in Tony

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Blair's government. I'm very conscious listening to the

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contributions... This baroness, a former BBC head of communications,

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now a government Environment Minister, and Baroness Lister, a

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professor of social policy. It is ghastly there are so few peers from

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East Midlands. I can't think of any sensible explore nation for that.

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Members of the Lords have no constituency to represent. We are

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scrutinising legislation, bringing our experience of where we live,

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what is going on. If a particular region is underrepresented it means

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that the people bringing knowledge of the effects of legislation in

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this region are not there. Over the last 100 years, governments have

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attended to reform the House of Lords. The last attempt a couple of

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years ago to have direct elections also ended in failure. Would that

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surprise Oscar Wilde? I think not. Parts of the Elvaston Castle Estate

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could be taken over by local businesses and organisations.

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Derbyshire County Council currently spends ?800,000 a year maintaining

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the 17th century castle and parkland. Now it wants to see if

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local groups or firms would like to move in to some of the park

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buildings to help secure the estate's future. It'll be holding

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open days next month. English Heritage has objected to

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plans to knock down part of a former Nottinghamshire brewery. Developers

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want to build 150 homes on the site of an old malt house at Kimberley.

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It's part of a major redevelopment of the disused brewery site. But

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English Heritage says the building is listed and the homes will be out

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of character. 0 is listed and the homes will be out

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of character. The firm behind the proposals say they're vital for the

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area's economy. Now to the only hospice of its kind

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in the East Midlands caring not just for children and young adults but

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for their families too. This year, Rainbows celebrates it's 20th

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birthday. For two decades it's given respite, palliative and end of life

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care. And as Jo Healey reports there's been an awful lot of 0

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there's been an awful lot of laughter among 0

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there's been an awful lot of laughter among the tears over the

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last two decades. It is very, very special place isn't

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it? It is 0 It is very, very special place isn't

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it? It is a lifeline for the families and children who come here.

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Rainbows has been here for two decades, and in that time, it has

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helped thousands of children and their families. One of them is

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Chloe, who has been coming for ten years. How important as this place

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been to Chloe? It has been really important. Rainbows has been a place

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she can come and have fun and get the support she needs. She gets 16

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nights of respite care a year, doesn't she? She has had time to

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recharge your batteries. The staff are 0

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recharge your batteries. The staff are just amazing. The facilities

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have improved beyond recognition since it was officially opened by

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the Prince of Wales. This man was the first child through the doors,

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he is now 21 years old. At the moment they are supporting around

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300 children. They are also supporting 250 grieved families. But

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at all costs ?4.5 million a year just to run. And this, its 20th

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year, they want to raise an extra ?100,000. We need to provide complex

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care for our children. We rely a lot more on technology. It is a huge

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undertaking. But they are rising to the challenge to help children and

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their families for decades to come. Fantastic.

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Still to come: A bit of a redesign for the Red Arrows.

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The new look was unveiled today but you'll have to keep watching to find

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out exactly 0 you'll have to keep watching to find

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out exactly what 0 you'll have to keep watching to find

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out exactly what has changed. You will have to stay watching. Do

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not go away. I know it is the sport. We have got good stuff too. A lovely

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interview with Rebecca Adlington on life after sport to come, but we

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start with current footballing stars. Derby have a match at

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Sheffield Wednesday tonight which could more than consilidate their

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place at the top of the table. Natalie Jackson has been looking

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ahead. If Steve McClaren's Derby County win

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at Sheffield Wednesday tonight they could go into third place. It is a

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remarkable rise up the table for the Rams. Over the last five years on

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average they have finished 15th in the Championship. It is changing the

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mentor Lydia the players. `` the mentality of the players. Being in

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this position, what does it take? We have to take the pressure away from

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them. It is about mentality. Derby have had eight days of rest since

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their last game. A win which left the players feeling full of

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confidence and desire. A nice mix of guys in the changing room. Everybody

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is hungry for success. There are some senior players who have had

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good success throughout their careers. And young lads who are new

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to this type of situation. But it is working well for us. Full match

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commentary at Derby's game on Sheffield Wednesday tonight, 7pm on

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BBC Radio Devon B. `` Well, hosting that Radio Derby coverage is our own

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Mark Shardlow who can look ahead for us at Hillsborough.

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Sheffield Wednesday lost last week for the first time in 12 games. One

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crucial factor here will be the pitch. It is still damp. It might

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cut up a bit. And it has just 0 cut up a bit. And it has just

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started raining again. Kick`off here is at 7:45pm.

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Nottingham Forest's chairman says they will support champion boxer

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Carl Froch to fulfil his dream. The chairman says they would like to

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thank `` help if they can. It is potentially the biggest ever

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all British boxing match but where will it take place customer Carl

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Froch would love it to be at his beloved Nottingham Forest. The

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chairman is not ruling it out. We will try to help them as much as we

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can. I will sit with them and talk about his game, and I wish him all

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the best. The chairman is busy with footballing matters at the moment.

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Speculation is rife that there midfield could be returning to the

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club. Loan signings are real possibility. We are missing a number

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of players. These are key players for Nottingham Forest, good

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players. I'm sure the manager is looking for a midfielder, but we do

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not want to bring any player, we want to bring the right player. And

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despite the injury problems, the chairman is still confident of

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success. We have 16 games to play. If we win ten games out of the 16, I

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think we'll do well. We can do this season.

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Huge ambitions. In other sport, a big night coming up for Nottingham

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Panthers ` they have a 5`3 lead going into the second leg of their

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Challenge Cup semfinal with arch`rivals Sheffield Steelers. Face

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off is at 7:30 and it's live on BBC Radio Nottingham with, well, me.

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Join me then if you can. At the Winter Olympics some joy at

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last for Nottingham speed skating star Elise Christie. She's been

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denied medals in the 500 metre and 1,500m events by controversial

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judging decisions but skated today in the heats of her favourite 1,000m

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distance ` and came from fourth to blow the field away in the last

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three laps. It was a confident return to the ice. And it helped

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Elise put the earlier events ` and abuse she's had on social media `

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behind her. It is good that I was out there, everyone has hated me and

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I did not feel good out there, and it was emotional and stuff. But I

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have got back out there today knowing that people are helping me

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get on with things. It is great to get out there and skate again.

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Also skating today in the 500m heats were Jon Eley and Jack Whelbourne.

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Jon is safely through, but Jack had a really tough draw and has been

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knocked out. Now for the second in our series on

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how sports stars cope with retirement. Tonight, Mansfield's

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Rebecca Adlington ` the Golden Star of the pool at the Beijing Olympics.

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She's only 25 but already she's got to carve out a whole new career and,

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as Helen Barnes found out, cope with some big changes to her body.

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Rebecca 0 some big changes to her body.

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Rebecca Adlington is Great Britain's most successful ever

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swimmer. Rebecca Adlington, two gold medals in one Olympic games.

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Absolutely brilliant. In February 2013 Shirov retired from sport. ``

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she retired from sport. She moved to the north`west, got herself a new

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job. Becky has launched a network of swimming schools. She wants to

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improve her swimming is taught across the country. My ambition is

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for every child leaving primary school to be able to swim 25 metres.

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It is one of those things that if you are in a situation, you have to

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save someone's life, you will not panic if you're confident in water.

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Becky turned 25 yesterday, and she is loving her new life. It is nice

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not waking up at quarter past five in the morning. I don't have much

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routine and structure any more like you do when you are and athlete. It

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is so relaxed. But there have been some surprises. Now I have lost all

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my muscle, pretty much. Nothing is toned, everything wobbles. I am

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like, what is this? Why is that wobbling? That is very different.

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You kind of expected when you retire, that you just kind of, you

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will never be as fit as you are in that moment when you are competing.

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You will never be that body shape again, because that body, for me, I

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am so grateful for my body in many ways because it has gotten me to

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four Olympic medals. Please welcome the incredible Becky Adlington.

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Those medals put Becky in the media spotlight. I wondered how she feels

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now about being so famous. It is crazy to me. I have never had a

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desire to be famous. I would prefer to be with my family and friends and

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do nothing. I know exactly how she feels. I don't know how I cope if I

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lost this tone and body. Dominik said earlier the reason he

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never went into sport was the feeling of not being toned. Anyway,

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this summer The Red Arrows celebrate their 50th year of aerobatic

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displays ` displays which have taken the Lincolnshire based team around

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the world. And to mark the anniversary the

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pilots and their engineers, known as the Blues, unveiled a new paint

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scheme at their RAF Scampton base. Gemma Dawson was there.

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Unveiling their new look, and it is up to the Blues to reveal the Red

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Arrows' anniversary tail fin. I always had an idea for a union Jack

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on the tail. The engineers came up with the final design. I was really

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impressed with it. The tale features the Hawk and the Nat. Red Arrows,

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marking the opening of the 19 six D5 season of aerobatic display. ``

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1965. The way we operate as a team is similar to how we did years ago.

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It is a huge privilege to be on the team in this 50th year. For some of

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the pilots, their first glimpse of the paint's new look. On the 50th

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season, it is even more impressive. Knowing that is going to be on the

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back of the aircraft I am lying. This one is getting its make over

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today. And over the next few days, all of the aeroplanes should be

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ready for the Red 0 all of the aeroplanes should be

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ready for the Red Arrows' 50th display season.

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Nice tail. It was edging stuff. Anyway, it is

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time for the weather forecast. Sadly.

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There is good news in the forecast, at last. It has been quieter for us

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today, and that quieter weather has enticed you out. A beautiful carpet

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of snowdrops here. Do not be shy. Send in your weather pictures. The

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next 24 hours is staying fairly quiet. In between these weather

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systems. This one is heading in for Thursday. Tomorrow, very quiet,

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dry, bright, there will be sunshine around. We are still on the mild

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side, temperatures will peak into double figures. We have had some

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showers around today. They are starting to fade, so it is a dry

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night, clear spells developing through tonight, light winds as

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well. It will be a little chilly tonight. We will keep frost away,

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lows of three or four Celsius. Tomorrow will start off bright, some

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spells of sunshine, cloud will thicken up through the morning, that

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may squeeze a very light shower. By the afternoon, sunshine should come

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back again, decent breaks in the cloud. Light winds, it will feel

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pleasant, nine or 10 Celsius. It may actually feel springlike later on,

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dare I say it. But it is not going to last. That weather front is

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zooming in for Wednesday night. That will be with us through Thursday. We

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are back to cloudy, damp and breezy on Thursday.

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Tomorrow is looking lovely. I am going to love it. It might change by

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Thursday. Goodbye.

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