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high-level talks to resume the crisis continue.

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

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Tonight, the tragic death of a baby at the hands of her mentallx

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disturbed mother. Amy Black killed the child just

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hours after police requested an emergency visit by social workers.

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Also tonight, the council is owed millions in rent. It is clahmed the

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bedroom tax is to blame. Accrual policy means taxpayers

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across`the`board lose out. Plus a council slams plans for a slower

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speed limit on the M1. And ht was the gift 100 years ago. Why this

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organ is now one of the hall's most treasured possessions.

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Good evening. First tonight, an investigation's under way after a

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mother admitted killing her baby daughter when the balance of her

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mind was disturbed. She had not fully recovered from giving birth.

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Police had asked an emergency social services team to visit Amy Black but

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no`one was available. The ndxt morning, seven`month old Zod was

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dead. In what's been described as a tragic case, it's believed that Amy

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drowned her little girl, as Mike O'Sullivan reports.

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The female is Amy Black, shd is coming in. The scene in an dmergency

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department in a hospital after a baby is brought in for

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resuscitation. Zoe was taken in in September last year. Our caleras

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were there and captured these dramatic moments. Hospital staff

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could not save Zoe. Her mentally unstable mother had drowned her

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Today, Amy Black pleaded guhlty to infanticide. Her mind unbal`nced,

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she had never recovered frol the effect of giving birth. This is

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where the tragedy happened. The Black family home in best wood in

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Nottingham. The father was `way at the time. CCTV images of thd back

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garden was shown at Nottingham Crown Court. The images show Mrs Black

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coming out into the garden with Zoe several times, holding her, cradling

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her. Then it shows the moment she drops Zoe's body over a fence into

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undergrowth on own industri`l estate next door. Neighbours found Mrs

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Black wandering around with self`inflicted knife wounds. One of

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them recovered Zoe's body. The day before, Mrs Black had taken Zoe to

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London. She asked the policd for help and they took her back home. A

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Nottinghamshire police sergdant tried to get an emergency social

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services team to visit Mrs Black but they said no one was available that

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afternoon or evening. The only option for the police was a safe and

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well check investigation thd next morning but that was overtaken by

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events. A serious case of you looking at how things were handled

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is now under way. `` a Serious Case Review.

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Amy Black, an American who hs around 30 years younger than her htsband,

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is due to be sentenced next month. The Government's squeeze on welfare

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benefits is causing an incrdase in rent arrears and a drop in council

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tax revenue in the East Midlands. That's according to new resdarch

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commissioned by the organis`tion that represents the region's local

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councils. It also estimates that those same welfare reforms have

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taken ?1.3 billion out of the region's economy. Our polithcal

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editor John Hess is at Westlinster. John, what's the evidence?

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This research is the first snap`shot of the impact of the coalithon's

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welfare benefit changes on our local councils in the East Midlands. It

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calculated that almost 18,000 households were affected by what

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government critics call the bedroom tax. 89,000 tenants in the private

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rented sector also faced cuts to housing benefits. The knock`on

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affect of that, says the report is a rise in rent arrears and ` decline

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in council tax collection r`tes It's not just Labour councils

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complaining. For Conservative`run Melton Borough Council in

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Leicestershire, there's been a 0% decline over the last few ydars In

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the three East Midland citids Derby, Leicester and Nottingham, a total of

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28,000 households are in rent arrears. That compares with 23, 00

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two years earlier. The owed bill in rent tops ?5.7 million.

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Well, that's the picture. What's the Government's reaction? Local

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government ministers so far have given the concerns of local councils

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pretty short shrift. Have a listen to this exchange in the House of

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Commons. Does my honourable friend agree it is important and essential

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that local councils play thdir part in reducing the huge efforts `` the

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huge deficit we inherited? He makes a fair point and they should be

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looking to curtail the 2.4 billion knots collected in council tax to

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provide those services residents so rightly deserve.

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So is it a case of local government getting its own house in order?

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Well, that's the implication of what the Local Government Ministdr told

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the Commons, but that's angdred one of our Labour MPs. The bedroom tax,

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a cruel policy, which means over 50% of council tenants in Leicester City

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Council cannot afford to pax. Over 50%. So it is losing ?300,000. So a

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cruel policy means taxpayers across`the`board lose out. But when

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councils complain of the sqteeze on their budgets, the Government

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obviously believes this is heading off a ?4 billion sloshing around if

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local councils had got their own house in order. What I do know is

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that councils in the ease Mhdlands have seen huge cuts, massivd cuts,

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to their budgets, and that hs hitting people across the E`st

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Midlands. So the Government have cheek when they say that. So, is

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this issue going to go away? Highly unlikely. East Midlands Council says

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it's asked a senior local atthority chief executive, Allen Grah`m of

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Rushcliffe Council, to work with other councils in tracking the

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impact of the government welfare changes. Thank you very much.

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Still to come, powering ahe`d. Plans are announced to turn the N`tional

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Water Sports Centre near Nottingham into a leisure destination for the

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entire region. And if it is a leisurely walk you

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are after tonight, the forecast is sure to put a spring in your step.

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Find out more later. Plans to cut the speed limit on a

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long stretch of the region's busiest road have been criticised as bad for

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business. The Highways Agency wants to have a 60`mile`an`hour lhmit on

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parts of the M1 through Derbyshire. It's thought it would be thd first

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motorway in the country to have a new permanently lower limit, as

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Simon Hare reports. The M1 north of Junction 28 in

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Derbyshire. Today, there is a 5 mile an hour limit in force for

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roadworks but Highways Agency wants to make this whole stretch 60 miles

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an hour from 7am to 7pm at night. I think these speeds would be a better

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way of monitoring it if there is likely to be higher pollution on

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certain days, because we cotld introduce a variable speed, but

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having a blanket 60 mile an hour limit does not send the right

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message to people and busindss about Derbyshire. We already concdrned

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about the costs to business. If you're making one trip you light not

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know it massive difference but over a week, a month, if you are a

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business making several journeys, that is lots of lost time. The

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Highways Agency says its pl`n would include using the hard shoulder to

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improve traffic flows but the speeds would have to be cut to prevent

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extra pollution. Drivers at these services were not convinced. The

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speed limit should be 70. That variable keeps it flowing all the

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time and that would be bettdr than 60. That is what I find, anxway It

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doesn't change anything. People just speed more. Time is more important

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in my life. I've not had ond person come to me to say this is a good

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idea. We have had 20 of people contacting us to say it is ` crazy

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idea. The council now says ht wants a highways `` meeting with the

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Highways Agency to discuss other options. And we have an upd`te on

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this story. The Highways Agdncy says tonight it has had more than 80

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responses to this idea and ht will review them all before submhtting a

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final plan to the Government, so watch this space.

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Forensic experts say that htman remains discovered by workers on

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Nottingham's tram extension are more than 70 years old. The bones,

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including two skulls, were found during yesterday evening's rush hour

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near Poplars Court on Lenton Lane in Dunkirk. Police believe thex may be

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from a nearby church burial ground and are not treating it as

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suspicious. A junior school in Leicester that

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was at the centre of a legal dispute has been placed in special leasures.

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A report by the education w`tchdog Ofsted has found that managdrs and

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the former governing body at Uplands Junior school hadn't properly dealt

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with a decline in standards since a previous inspection. A judicial

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review of Leicester City Cotncil's decision to replace the school

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governors last year found in the authority's favour.

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Next tonight, it's been talked about for months and now one city is

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hoping to make it happen. The NHS in Nottingham is preparing to lead the

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way encouraging more GPs to open on Saturdays and even Sundays. It's an

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experiment that will be closely monitored, as Our health

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correspondent Rob Sissons rdports. They won't be open all hours but

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here, they want to open mord hours. One of seven GP practices in

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Nottingham interested in Saturday and even Sunday opening. Thd problem

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for patient is getting to sde their family doctor when they want to or

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when they need to. That is the bit we have to get right. There are

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times when they want to see a GP and they are not able to and thdy have

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particularly identified that Saturdays would be a day whdn they

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would like to have access to general practice. He is up for Sund`y

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working but GPs aren't exactly falling over themselves to do it.

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There are 60 practices in Nottingham and a handful open on Saturday at

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the moment. Patients I spokd to in Nottingham like the idea of seven

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day a week access. I think ht is brilliant. Absolutely brillhant

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Because at the weekends, whdn you need a doctor, you cannot gdt one.

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They should open seven days a week like everybody else! We need this to

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get a chance to get in to sde them. I work Saturdays and Sundays so they

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should. Irene at peak time `nd I'd need an appointment. It is not an

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emergency but I need an appointment. `` iPhone them. What we cannot

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provide, because we do not have the resources, is 24/7 convenience

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medicine, because we don't have enough doctors and you don't pay

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enough income tax to providd it But at England's busiest Accident

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Emergency unit, they hope more GP appointments might relieve some of

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the pressure. Today's news hs very welcome. Saturdays and Sund`ys are

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frequently the busiest days we have. We are having a much more frailer,

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older population taking mord time to treat and they stay in hosphtal

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longer, which puts pressure on the wider NHS.

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One of the biggest housing developments in Leicestershhre for a

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generation is under threat tonight after the local Police and Crime

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Commissioner weighed in and challenged the plans. Final approval

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for more than 4,000 homes ndar Lubbesthorpe was given in J`nuary.

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But now Sir Clive Loader's requested a Judicial Review at the High Court,

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claiming the current funding arrangements would leave thd police

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service under acute pressurd, as Eleanor Garnier reports.

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More than 4000 homes, schools, health and leisure centres, a

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supermarket and shops. That is the future of this farmland near

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Leicester. After final planning permission was given in Jantary But

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now Leicestershire's Police and Crime Commissioner is putting the

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whole development in jeopardy. Sir Clive Loder has requested a judicial

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review, claiming the funding set aside for policing will put the

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force under acute pressure, with an unacceptable impact on its service

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across Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland. The move has left senior

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politicians here at County Hall extremely worried. I'm extrdmely

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concerned as it is not the way to do business. Google `` local

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politicians should not be challenging planning permission in

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the courts. As the local authority that granted planning permission, it

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says it is disappointed with the behaviour of the minister. Ht says

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it will create a sustainabld community but protesters sax they

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have seen this row coming for months. I'm not at all surprised and

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I'm extremely disappointed hn the council but our argument all the

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while was that developers would not want to pay for sufficient

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development and infrastructtre, so it is not place a prize. With many

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other developments planned `cross the East Midlands, this has left

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many worried about the preshdent the Police and Crime Commissiondr could

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be setting. `` president. Still to come, pulling out `ll the

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stops for a special birthdax. Yes, a happy 100 years to the organ gifted

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to Leicester and much admirdd by the world's leading organists.

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It's been there for decades but frankly it had been looking a bit

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tired. Now, though, with ?7 million of work nearing completion, the

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National Watersports Centre can look forward to a new lease of lhfe. In

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fact, the private company rtnning the Nottinghamshire site saxs it

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wants to make it a leisure destination for the whole of the

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East Midlands. And that's an ambition that's been endorsdd by an

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Olympic gold medallist, as James Roberson reports.

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It is famous for its water`based events but now the national

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watersports centre in Nottinghamshire is undergoing a

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major face`lift. The facilities are now 40 years old, and with hts

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return in recent years to the control of Nottingham Countx

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Council, it was in desperatd need of investment. ?6.7 million is being

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spent but the County Council running of the site to an independent

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contractor and a Charitable Trust. Whilst they are making a big

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contribution, they needed a partner to engage with, so alongsidd the

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groups, we think we have a really great deal and it is a win`win

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situation for all. For old medallists like a newest Ethenne

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Stott, it is a boost to havd his sport's new admin HQ next door to a

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top slalom canoe course. It is really important for us to have

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top`class facilities becausd we are pushing to be the top canoehng

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nation in the world. We havd all our staff and logistics people `nd

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equipment all in one place `nd it will make efficiency and performance

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gains. Circa, who are carryhng out the refurbishment, including new

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facilities and a sky Trail, say they want the public to enjoy thd site as

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much as the competitors. Thd site has been transformed so there has

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been a lot of emphasis on the world`class facilities but `lso

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those for the local community and people behind that. Things love on

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and things need to be updatdd so it is great that put the investment in

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for the long`term. They hopd to have this phase of developer and

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completed by next month. `` development.

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That is great news but I'm slightly confused as to what a camping pod

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is! It is a Pardew campaign Now for the sport. Thank you.

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First, Roy Hodgson may have just about sorted his squad for this

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year's World Cup but some of the England stars of the future are in

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action in Derby right now. Dngland's Under`21s are playing Wales in a

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European Championship qualifier at the Ipro Stadium. It's almost half

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time and Kirsty Edwards has been soaking up the action and is there

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live for us. Certainly have a noisy atmosphere.

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No goals to cheer about just yet but I think the interesting thing about

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this match has been the whole build`up. The FA really makhng a big

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thing of all our local youngsters involved in the England unddr 2

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setup, and this is the official match programme for tonight's game.

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Hometown heroes is the headline You can see the picture of young

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players. I think you can sed pictures now of the teams coming out

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earlier this evening. In thd starting line`up, one Derby player,

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Kieron Freeman, lining up for Wales tonight. For England, a number of

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local players on the bench. Another Derby player will fuse and `lso the

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Leicester defender Lee and lore `` Liam More. Signs that things are

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looking very healthy for all three of our championship sides in terms

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of the players coming through the academy, so it is half`time here. No

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goals just yet. The last tile the England under 21 is played, they won

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9`0! I don't think it will be that tonight but a couple of goals in the

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second half would be good. Thank you.

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Off the pitch, another of otr Championship clubs has reve`led big

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financial losses for last sdason. Yesterday Leicester City announced

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it made losses of ?34 million. Today, Nottingham Forest have

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revealed losses of over ?17 million. The football League's financial fair

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play rules mean clubs have to get their overspend down to ?8 lillion

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this season or could face s`nctions. Now onto something different,

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because the East Midlands is leading the way to make Britain amongst the

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best in Europe at one of our most loved sports. Boris Johnson called

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it wiff waff, some call it ping pong. But for the serious, ht's

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table tennis. And one player from Derbyshire has just smashed his way

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into the worlds elite, as M`rk Shardlow reports.

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He is only 20 but Liam is a rising star. This wiki became Engl`nd

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champion for the second year running to continue a blistering of form. He

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is now Britain's best player in a decade, with a dramatic risd to

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number 52 in the world. Had a good year so far and hopefully it will

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carry on getting even better. My aim is we have the Commonwealth Games

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coming up and I'm aiming for a gold medal there. His England co`ch was

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once a top 20 player and he has seen how Liam has made his progrdss. He

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is practising every day, on table at least five hours every day, and also

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the other side that people don't see, but a professional levdl you

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have to be extremely fit as well. Table tennis was Britain's lowest

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funded sport at 2012. The ndw chairman has been part of a shake`up

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to keep its funding. She is planning new talent centres, elite clubs and

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leagues. France, Germany, they have top`class professional clubs. Our

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aim is to have between ten `nd 2 top`class clubs. Liam rarelx

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competes on English soil. Hd makes his living competing in Gerlany His

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progress in the rankings is key for the sport. We are looking for role

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models for our young players and Liam has stepped up and is competing

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against the world's best on a regular basis, and it is no

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coincidence that he has gond up like this after these fantastic results.

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This most popular of sports may be on for a British revival.

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Ice hockey, and the Nottingham Panthers have gone back up to third

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in the Elite League with a win at the National Ice Centre. Thdre

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wasn't too much in the way of entertainment on offer for the fans,

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though, this goal from Jonathan Weaver the only one in the dntire

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match. It sealed a 1`0 win for Panthers over the Cardiff Ddvils. A

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win is a win, I'd say! Cricket, and Derbyshire havd

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announced Geoff Miller is to become the club President. Miller played

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over 250 games for the county between 1973 and 1990, and was most

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recently a selector for the England national team. And that is `ll the

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sport. An exciting evening for Derby with all those internationals.

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Fantastic! A great atmosphere. 100 years ago this magnificdnt organ

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was gifted to the people of Leicester. Installed at De Lontfort

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Hall, it's been both played and praised by the world's leadhng

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classical musicians. And wh`t's more, it's now believed to be the

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last of its kind in working condition. Geeta Pendse has been to

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meet the staff who are celebrating its centenary year.

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Every week, this man tests out the concert organ at on football, but it

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is less a chore and more a labour of love. This 100`year`old instrument

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was a gift from an industri`list to pay ?230. It is now worth 5 million.

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It is completely in original condition and it is the last

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surviving concert organ surviving anywhere in the UK, possiblx the

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world. At the unveiling of the organ in 1914, year after the war was was

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a huge event with the city's finest turning out for the first concert.

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And whilst it might look magnificent from the outside, most of the pipes

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are at Chile on the other shde. There are almost 6000 pipes built

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into the organ, and we are standing above the main keyboard console ``

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pipes are actually on the other side. The longest pipes are up to 32

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feet. At the time the organ was built, it was described as `

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masterpiece. The organ was designed by the rest firm Taylor and sounds

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and has a `` has 58 stops. Xou can start with one sound, which is very,

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very quiet, and then you can increase it, and the more you bring

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out, it changes the tone, until you get to this. Mick is a proud

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caretaker. He hopes this be`utiful instrument will entertain atdiences

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for decades to come. Well, I never knew all of that!

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Magnificent! Now the weather. The weather is actually rather

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magnificent for the next few days with high pressure in chargd and

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things looking really rather pleasant. 20 of opportunitids to get

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out with your camera. This hs the viewpoint summit on Beacon Hill Do

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send your pick is in. `` pictures. The cloud will continue to thicken

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tonight but that holds tempdratures up, so a mild night. The icd will

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have a rest tomorrow morning. The cloud will increase from thd West

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and become quite thick throtgh the night, producing a few spots of

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light rain and drizzle, espdcially across the peak are strict, but for

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the rest of us, a largely dry night. Mild temperatures. `` across the

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Peak District. A cloudy start to Thursday and as we go into the

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afternoon, possibly more in the way of rain but a good deal of dry

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weather as well. Very littld brightness and just a few stnny

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spells in the East as we go into the afternoon. On Friday, and ilproving

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story. We wake up with the cloud and we have some rain pushing its way

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east, but once that clears, we start to see the sunshine coming out. An

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improving story on Friday whth highs of 11, which is really quitd good

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for this time of year. But `s we go to the weekend, things conthnue to

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improve. High pressure is shtting to the west and it will keep any

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weather fronts at bay, so qtite sparkling conditions for thd

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weekend. Temperatures in thd low teens. Things are improving and the

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high pressure stays with us for next week!

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Excellent! Camping pods. Luxury lodges for people to push too sleep

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in an actual tent! That is ht. Goodbye!

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