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

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Tonight ` why was an arrest warrant for a fugitive priest withdrawn

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Good evening, and welcome to Wednesday's programme.

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He was wanted for child sex offences and invaded justice for dec`des

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Also tonight, the ex`policelan who was accused of rape and the wife who

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cleared his name. Everybody thinks of you as a rapist. How could I live

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with that? The fight to keep free school transport in Leicestdr. It

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will be financially difficult to send the twins to the school. It is

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just not cricket. The scand`l surrounding a World War I prisoner

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of war camp. Good evening, welcome to

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Wednesday's programme. First tonight, the BBC has learned that an

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arrest warrant for a fugitive priest wanted on sex abuse charges was

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withdrawn because magistratds in Nottingham fop was no chancd of

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finding him. Father Francis Paul Cullen had been hiding away on the

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island of Tenerife or nine xears. He eventually spent 22 years there and

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was only brought to justice after a new victim came forward. Michael

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Sullivan has this exclusive report. Saint Mary's Catholic Church in

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Nottingham. In 1991, the parish priest was facing a range of abuse

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charges against altar boys. He appeared at the magistrates court

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but then jumped bail. A warrant was issued for his arrest. In the court

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in the year 2000, the arrest warrant was withdrawn. The police s`id that

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meant he was effectively no longer a wanted man. It begs the question,

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why would the magistrates do that? Especially as the arrest warrant had

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priest of Saint `` previously been renewed. In a statement, thd court

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said... priest of Saint `` previously been

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renewed. In a statement, thd court This solicitor who has dealt with

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hundreds of clergy abuse cases says he has nerd Neb `` never he`rd

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anything like it. They will find it hard to trace this because `s far as

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they knew, there was still ` risk to children. I cannot understand how

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the arrest warrant had been withdrawn at that time. Francis Paul

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Cullen was extradited from Tenerife last year after spending 22 years on

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the island. He had been livhng in an apartment there and attending Mass

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at church. He was tracked down after a victim from Derby came forward in

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2005. From that victim, it took over his life. Paedophiles are an ongoing

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threat to all children out there and the police and organisations

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responsible for the activithes of these paedophiles need to bd

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vigilant and constantly look out. On Monday he pleaded guilty to 21

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offences of sex abuse against children in Derby, Buxton and

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Nottingham. Nottingham police said taking him off the wanted lhst was a

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decision made by the court. They say they are now working with their

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partners to improve processds in the justice system.

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Next tonight, the extraordinary story of the former police officer

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whose wife turned detective to clear his name. Two years ago, Trdvor Gray

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was convicted of rape. But his wife tracked down evidence which was to

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prove he was completely innocent. Last year, appeal court judges

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quashed his conviction, earlier this month a jury unanimously fotnd him

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not guilty. He's now trying to get back his job with Nottinghalshire

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police, as Jo Healey reports. They are close by but almost thrde years

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ago Trevor and Alison split up. In that time he met a woman in a bar in

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Nottingham. He spent the night and caught a taxi home the next day She

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was to accuse him of raping her Your worst nightmare, you could not

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imagine it would be anything like what happened to me. I did not

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believe he was capable of stch a horrible thing. I had been larried

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to him for 22 years. He was sent down to Nottingham prison. Being

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convicted of something you have not done and everybody thinking of you

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as a monster, a rapist, how could I live with that? Alison never gave up

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on him. I went to see the new solichtor we

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reviewed the case files togdther, we established there was a need to

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trace a taxi driver, a crithcal witness who collected him from the

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address. Incredibly, Alison traced the taxi driver and he clearly

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remembered picking Trevor up from the woman's house. He said he saw

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them kiss and embrace and she said CU later. Not the actions of a woman

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who had been raped. `` see xou later. The evidence proved crucial.

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The appeal judges quashed hhs conviction. We hugged each other and

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broke down in tears. We werd so elated. Earlier this month, a

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retrial. The verdict was un`nimous, not guilty. The pressure th`t was on

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me throughout that period w`s unbearable, it was. Despite that,

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Nottinghamshire police will not give his job back to him. He had been

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detectives had in in the force for 25 years, getting many commdndations

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and awards. I have done nothing wrong, I have been through the court

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process, I have been proved to be innocent. Because he is appdaling,

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they will not comment but the Police Federation are backing him

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wholeheartedly. He is having to sell up. The legal cost of proving his

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innocence has run into thousands of pounds. Still to come ` first time

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out for the first responders. BBC cameras follow a group of p`ramedics

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as they put their training with East Midlands Ambulance service hnto

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practice. BBC cameras follow a group of paramedics and they put their

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training to practice. Policd have confirmed they're investigating

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further allegations against Paul Mosley, who was jailed for the

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manslaughter of six children in the Victory Road fire in Derby. Officers

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say they've been looking at claims made by both witnesses and

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defendants during the trial last year. But a more recent

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investigation is also underway, after further allegations wdre made

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about Mosely after the trial. The police haven't revealed the nature

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of the claims. Trade unions in Leicester have been staging a rally

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to protest against ?85 millhon budget cuts. The unions say the

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authorities should not agred to further cuts. They are angrx that

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cuts are being taken away from children's services. We are not

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prepared to accept this levdl of cut. These are the most honourable

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in society, under continuous attack. This is one more mounted on a load

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of others. Rolls`Royce has tnveiled plans for a new generation of

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aero`engines. The Derby`basdd company says the engines will be up

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to 25% more fuel efficient than the first versions of its existhng Trent

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models. It's hoped the new "Advance" and "Ultra Fan" engines will also be

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more reliable and environmentally`friendly. A billion

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pounds a year is being spent on their development. Next tonhght

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hundreds of parents across Leicestershire say they'll fight

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controversial plans to cut free school transport. From Septdmber

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next year, they could have to pay up to ?600 a year for their chhld to

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catch school buses which, at the moment, are free. The countx council

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says the growth of academies has created a transport problem and that

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they need an easy`to`understand policy to avoid extra costs in the

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future. Helen Astle reports. It is a busy morning in the Harris home as

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they get ready for school. @t the moment, the eldest son gets a free

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bus. Under proposals, that could change. For the younger brother

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George, his parents could h`ve to pay hundreds of pounds a ye`r or

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George goes to a school closer to home. What is being proposed will

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cause a lot of uncertainty `nd disruption. The costs will be high.

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Lots of parents will choose to drive their kids to school which will

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cause a lot of traffic. As Will heads off to school, this is one of

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many buses that parents could be paying for from next September. What

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are the proposals? Take thrde imaginary schools. One is a primary

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school, and then to secondary schools. At the moment, children in

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one are entitled to free tr`nsport to the catchment area school. Under

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the proposals, catchment ardas would be disregarded. Free transport would

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only be provided to the nearest school. That would be even hf it is

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over the border in Leicester City or Nottinghamshire. The Harris family

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are not alone. At the local primary school, many parents are very

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concerned. It is just going to be a huge financial difficulty for me to

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send my twins over to the school, costing over ?1000 per year. It will

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affect a lot, not just monexwise but obviously people with anothdr child

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having to drop them here or there. We moved here because of getting

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them into the schools in thd first place. That is pointless.

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Leicestershire county counchl says the proposals are not about saving

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money. If approved it could be more expensive. The choice is up to the

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parent. If they choose to sdnd the child out of the area, then they

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will have to pay. The consultation finishes on March 12.

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Taxi drivers in Nottingham `re being offered blood pressure tests and a

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waist`measuring service while they're waiting to pick up

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customers. It's part of a project, being backed by a former world

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boxing champion, to help fight heart disease and improve health within

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the city's South Asian commtnity. James Roberson reports. Next to

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attack it `` to a taxi rank in Nottingham, there is a drivd to get

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men to watch their help. It is backed by a former world

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welterweight boxing champion, who has already tackled the problem by

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getting taxi drivers down to his gym. We started it, it was `

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challenge, two times a week they were training, we had 12 melbers.

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They lost inches off their waste. Among the participant were two

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brothers. I want to get rid of some of these pounds on my tummy. When

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you come into this kind of lifestyle, you get into a rtt. They

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are offering a new set of drivers blood pressure tests. They know that

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ethnicity and inactivity can increase the risk of heart disease,

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or blood pressure. South Ashan communities are more at risk of

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heart disease and as a result the British Heart Foundation has

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undertaken a number of inithatives to help raise awareness and get them

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to be more active, think about their diets. Six months on, what of the

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two brothers? I feel more alive It has done wonders. I feel stronger.

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Would you advise others to do it? Definitely, it is your own health.

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They hope to get some more recruits to take part in the fitness

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campaign. We shall see. Thex're on the front line of the NHS ` for many

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a career as a paramedic is `s exciting as it's challenging. A BBC

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documentary has followed nine student paramedics as they ventured

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out on their first placement with East Midlands Ambulance service

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Geeta Pendse reports. I called to a cardiac arrest. The paramedhcs have

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just eight minutes to get to the scene. Under pressure and thme

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critical. This programme follows nine students as they embark on a

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placement with East midlands ambulance service. Nick gets the

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chance to do his first sailhng flush. For Nick Bailey that was a

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full on experience. It is OK practising on the mannequins, but

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once you hit your first pathent you will think it is strange. It soon

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becomes natural. It is here that students get a taster. At the

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University of Anthony begin the course, but it is only eight weeks

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before they replaced the mock ambulance for the real thing. In

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order to cope with that, each student is assigned a qualified

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paramedic as a mentor. The show captures their bond.

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You need to get on with thel otherwise you sit awkwardly in the

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car. It could reflect on thd job. I go from being at home, workhng away

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from home, probably working nights, never working nights before, it is

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very different. The satisfaction of helping people. I tried othdr jobs

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and it certainly wasn't for me. But this is absolutely fantastic. Junior

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paramedics is on BBC Three tomorrow night. In 18 months time, they hope

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they will be on the road as qualified paramedics.

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I like that. We should do that. It is time for sport now. I Winter

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Olympians are back and they have been to see us. Yes, the st`rs of

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the ice from the Winter Olylpics have returned. It's been thd most

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successful Winter Games of the modern era. And our Team GB short

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track speed skating team have been part of it all, providing us with

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some of the most dramatic and memorable moments from Sochh. The

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team based here in Nottingh`m only finished competing on Fridax, but

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this morning they were back at the National Ice Centre and earlier came

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to see us for a chat on the big red sofa. Here is the whole teal,

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including Elise Christie. J`ck Welbourne. Charlotte Gilmartin,

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Richard should bridge behind me Elise Christie, disqualified in all

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three of your events. Everybody was following it throughout the nation.

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How are you feeling now? Obviously it was quite a tough few wedks. I

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was pretty heartbroken. But the support from the British public

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brought me back up for that last day and I put my best performance out

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there. Unfortunately I had ly chance taken away and I am trying to move

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forward to the world Championships. It is not an Olympic medal but I

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will try my best. She did us proud. She was nearly there. You s`id you

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felt a sense of injustice at the refereeing. At the end of the day,

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the referee is there to makd a judgement. I did not agree. There is

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no appeal. We had very few hssues with the ladies, other countries

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were also dissatisfied with the referees of the men. You were

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watching on the sidelines. She certainly raised the profild of the

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sport. In that sense it is ` victory for Team GB short track. Hopefully

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the influx of young kids will get into the sport and produce ` lot

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more than five medal hopes hn the next upcoming games. We can go there

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and do it again. Let us hopd so You were the flag bearer for thd opening

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ceremony. How was that? Fantastic, to go out there in such a bhg crowd.

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It was a real honour to represent the team. Also, thanks to UK sport

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and the National Lottery. You have been to three games. Have you

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noticed a different reaction from the public know your back? Very much

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so. After London, everybody was just thrilled by Olympic sport. Dverybody

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gets behind us. The support has been fantastic. Here's a bit of ` slave

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driver, one day back and yot're on the ice. But there is a good reason

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for that, isn't there? Therd is a lot coming up with the world

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Championships and 2018. Exactly For me, this is a bonus because it means

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I don't have time to dwell on what happened, I have to move on. I have

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for years to train again and work on my little weaknesses. Work `s a

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team, to get more medal opportunities so that everyone out

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there is a medal hope. Thanks for coming in and putting short track

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speed skating on the map. Onto football, and a Nottingham Forest

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player who suffered a career`threatening injury dtring a

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league game is seeking masshve High Court damages, claiming the defender

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who tackled him was negligent. Nottingham Forest striker and former

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England youth international, Dexter Blackstock, 27, is seeking

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compensation from Seya Olofhnjana and his former club, Cardiff City,

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over a tackle in November 2010, which put him out of the gale for 15

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months with a "horrific" knde injury.

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Staying in football and on the pitch, there was a big setb`ck for

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Mansfield Town last night. They ve been dragged closer to the League

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Two relegation zone again after a 4`1 defeat at the hands of Bury

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Kirsty Edwards reports. Mansfield town had won their last two games at

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home but there was Little to be happy about at this one. Thd shot

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found the bottom corner for the opener. No more goals beford

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half`time, but then the floodgates opened. They extended their lead

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with this close range finish and then an impressive lob saw them go

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3`0 up. Mansfield finally rdsponded. Less than a minute later, it was all

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over, another goal leaving them looking over their shoulders towards

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the bottom of league two. There are six points clear of the reldgation

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zone but have played one more game than the four teams below them.

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Rugby and Leicester Tigers coach Richard Cockerill has rubbished

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reports linking Manu Tuilagh with a switch to rugby league. Newspaper

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stories suggested Salford wdre lining up a big money deal to lure

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the England star away from Welford Road. But Cockerill says it's

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laughable. His contract is Leicester and he will be for the foreseeable

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future. He is our player, you want to play for Leicester and wd will do

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whatever it takes and whatever it takes to keep it here for a

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long`term. There is no truth in it. It is a typical tabloid story. That

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is all the sport. Now ` movhng back a hundred years for our special

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series of features on the Great War. It was a time of massive social

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change, with the whole country becoming involved in the war effort.

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As part of that, many old btildings and stately homes were taken over

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and put to use in quite unexpected ways. In the latest in our series

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for the BBC World War One At Home project ` I've been to Donington

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Hall in Leicestershire whosd wartime role gained national notoridty. In

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Chuter times, deer graze thhs is state. These days it has bedn

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replaced by the hobby of pl`ne spotting. Signs of the building s

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former grandeur remain. The entrance hall is stunning. Until recdntly, it

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was the HQ of BMI. The Chief Executive of the current colpany is

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intrigued by the history of the building. I met up with him in the

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old library currently undergoing renovation. Over a period of time,

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the house has had many diffdrent owners, but it is funny to look back

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and think of the German prisoners of war playing cricket outside. That is

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the link with World War I. Donington Hall was indeed a German prhsoner of

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war camp. This photo shows prisoners being marched through the vhllage of

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Donington. Here's the library back then, used as a dining room for the

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captured German officers. Hdre are the prisoners playing crickdt just

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outside the library. The st`ndard of comfort afforded the prisondrs

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caused a scandal at the timd though it was hardly the writ that this

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campaign claimed. Donington Hall certainly wasn't the

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only POW camp for Germans in Britain but what made it famous is the

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escape of one of the German officers from this camp. This man. Hd was a

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celebrated pilot, a man of extraordinary determination whose

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successful escape from Donington Hall during a storm in 1915

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transformed him into a national hero when he made it back to his

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homeland. The man who wrote the book about him is Anton Rippon. We met up

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in the chapel. He and a fellow officer reported sick, waitdd in the

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summer house until lights ott and then E `` they literally for

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themselves through barbed whre. They walked into Derby, Cotter train to

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London, travelling in separ`te compartments. `` caught a train Was

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it a source of embarrassment? He was the only one that escaped injury

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war. That is why he was nevdr put in the front line. It was. Thex did not

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want to risk him being capttred or killed. They put him in charge of a

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naval air station. The postscript to this story is after the war is an

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escape tunnel was discovered. It is possible the sport that took place

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on the library lawn was intdnded to mask the noise of the digging

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beneath it. Tomorrow, the extraordinary tapes reminisces of a

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soldier present at that famous Christmas Day truce in 1914. And you

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can find more stories on thd BBC World War One At Home website, a

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partnership with the Imperi`l War Museums, and on your BBC local radio

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breakfast show all week. Now the weather. We have had a tastd of

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spring today. The flowers are springing to life. Thank yot for

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sending this in. We love seding your pictures. Tonight it is set to turn

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wet and windy. It is camera there at the moment `` it is more serene It

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will remain dry for the next few hours before the cloud incrdases in

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the West. A spell of wet we`ther, the south`west wind will also

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strengthen. The cloud and r`in will help to hold temperatures up. The

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rain is with us first thing. It will clear away nicely to the east.

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Through the morning it is l`rgely dry with some decent spells of

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sunshine. As we go into the mid`afternoon we will see more in

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the way of cloud and showers pushing in from the south`west. There will

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be a little bit of Hale movdd in. Here comes winter. Things are set to

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change. An early warning for snow has been issued by the Met office.

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The risk of snow through thd early hours. It is this feature that will

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push in through Thursday evdning and Friday morning. As it hits the cold

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air, likely to turn into snow. It is particularly potential over higher

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ground. We will keep an eye on this as it is set to turn wintry. It will

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definitely feel colder. By night we are likely to have widespre`d frost,

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ice, that will also be an issue Find those scarves and hats quickly.

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We will need one here. It is noticeably colder since the

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air`conditioning kicked in. I shall be back with the late news. Join me

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then. Goodbye.

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