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away. That's all from the BBC News at Six. On BBC One, we now join the

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

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Tonight ` an apology from Ndtwork Rail for the deaths at its level

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crossings. The families of those who h`ve died

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say it is too little, too l`te. It is like somebody sending yot a

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Christmas card for years later. They have started to apologise bdcause

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they have too. We investigate a harmful chdmical

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used in some East Midlands nail salons, which can cause lasting

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damage. As we head towards lambing season,

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the appeal for dog owners to keep their pets on a lead to keep sheep

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say. And why this local council candidate

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has got politicians all Shook up. Welcome to Friday's programle. First

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tonight, a damning report into a series of deaths at level crossings.

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MPs have condemned Network Rail for showing a callous disregard for the

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feelings of families whose loved ones were killed or seriously

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injured. It's prompted an unreserved apology

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from the company, but two f`milies whose relatives died at the same

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crossing in Nottinghamshire say it's come too late. Our chief news

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reporter Quentin Rayner is `t the crossing near Hucknall now.

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This crossing near Hucknall has been transformed since the buildhng of

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this one 5p footbridge opendd at the end of last year. But it has come at

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a price. `` one 5p. Three deaths in this `` in the

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course of four years. Laurence was one of those who gave

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evidence to the transport sdlect committee accusing Network Rail of

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negligence. In the `` in November 2008 his wife was walking across the

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crossing with his grandson when they were hit by a train.

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Mr Hoggart received a settldment from Network Rail but no apology. I

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never received any letter of apology from them. I was not even invited to

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the bridge opening in 2013. He says safety warnings werd not

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heeded from 14 years ago. They knew all about the crossing in 2004, but

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still did nothing about it. Tragically, people have been killed.

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My wife would still be here, migrant children.

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For years after their deaths, 30`year`old Lindsay was killed by a

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tram as she used the crossing. `` four years after. She paintdd all

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this herself. Her family also feel badly treated.

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We are glad the bridge was there, but I would sooner have had my

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daughter. I have had no apologies, no letters, to say we are so sorry.

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And that is it, never had anything else.

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As for the unreserved apology, apology to all the affected

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families. But he has also promised to change the culture of thd

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company. He has admitted in the past they were too willing to bl`me the

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people who used these crosshngs rather than looking at themselves

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and thinking how they could reduce the risk of accidents. He h`s

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pointed out that in recent xears Network Rail has removed ovdr 7 0

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crossings across the UK. He has pledged a further ?100 millhon over

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the next five years to improve safety, and MPs have said they want

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zero facilities `` fertilitx is by 2020. They have also said `` zero

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from `` zero foot `` zero fatalities.

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Next tonight, a grieving datghter says she will fight on for better

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regulation of care homes after a catalogue of problems leading up to

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her mother's death. Kathleen Reid was in a mouldy, damp

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bedroom ` and her weight wasn't properly monitored at a card home

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where staff struggled to medt residents' needs. Our health

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correspondent Rob Sissons w`s at today's inquest into the

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92`year`old's death. In her younger days, she was in the

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land Army. Then, a loving grandmother. In her final ydar she

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was in a damp, smelly, moulded room in a Leicestershire care hole

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without Simon 's disease. It was evident there were not enough hands

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on deck. `` Alzheimer's. Tr`ining and staffing levels need to be

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looked at. To the family, it seemed endemic.

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But here they did not keep ` close enough I and Kathleen's weight. It

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was not properly monitored hn 2 11 and I was poor record`keeping.

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Social Services concluded K`thleen Reid suffered neglect. The owner

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told the inquest she would have done more had she been told. She left the

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inquest without comment. What have you got to say about Mrs

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Reed's with? Why wasn't the moulded room sorted out? Have you got a

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thing to say? `` the mouldy room. The most disturbing aspect hs I

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think what little we know that goes on behind closed doors. We need more

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robust monitoring. Families and friends going into the home have a

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responsibility as well. If they think `` if they see things they are

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not comfortable with, they should not be slow at telling others. Or

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going along to the Care Quality Commission or another agencx and

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expressing their concerns. The whole now has a new man`ger and

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the Care Quality Commission's latest report has shown improvements, with

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going beyond all legislativd requirements.

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Kathleen Reid died 14 days `fter leaving this home to go into

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laughter hospital. Her family had from the coroner that he accepted

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many of the criticisms of the home. `` Loughborough hospital.

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Still to come: It won't be wall to wall sunshine. We won't be hotter

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than Malaga. But Anna IS promising a fine weekend. If you have enjoyed

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this afternoon's sunshine, the weekend forecast is sure to put a

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smile on your face. Find out more later.

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There are calls tonight for nail bars to be regulated, and for a ban

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on a potentially harmful chdmical glue used in some outlets across the

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East Midlands. Methyl methacrylate ` or [email protected] ` is

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often used because it's che`p and strong, but it can cause long`term

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nail damage. Amy Harris reports The mail industry is booming, but

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how safe is your manicure? Tntil recently, for Tracy, the answer was

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not safe at all. She had acrylic nails are applied regularly in

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budget salons. And she paid the price. While I was having them done,

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they looked fine, but underneath they were in a pretty poor state. It

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looked like they were bitten down, they were hurting, it was

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sensitive. This is what her nails lookdd like.

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This damage was caused by a cheap and strong chemical called lethyl

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methacrylate, used in some outlets to apply fake nails. It is so

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potentially harmful it is b`nned in America. The problem is the electric

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filing they have to do. But in turn makes the natural nail vulndrable

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and it is likely to pop the natural nail plate of of the nail bdd.

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It is believed poor regulathon of the industry is high then the

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problem. While the majority of salons like this one are offering

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their clients safe treatments, there is no legal requirement to be

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licensed. I think manicurists need to be much more regulated. There are

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some bodies that regulate them, but I am certainly not convinced that

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all the small manicure salons will belong to them.

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Across the region there havd been no public complaints about MMA, but

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Trading Standards are urging people to come forward if they havd been

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affected. They are not ruling out prosecution.

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We look at each problem on ` risk`based, so if people ard

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suffering we need to know about it as soon as they can let us know

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about it. Thanks to months of careful

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attention, Tracy's nails ard much healthier, but with many nahl salons

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popping up across the region, without thorough regulation of the

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industry, many women could suffer the same plight.

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Next tonight ` the awards that have upset a teaching union. Among the

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nominees for the title of Derbyshire's "most inspirathonal

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woman" is the founder of a controversial free school.

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Shazia Parveen recently quit as chair of governors and a trtstee at

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the Al`Madinah Muslim faith school in Derby. Organisers of the award

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say the list of nominees represent the views of the wider commtnity.

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Simon Hare reports. Final preparations for events in

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Derby to mark International women's's day tomorrow. There had ``

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there is to be a fair, and then in the evening the first ever

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inspirational women of the xear awards for Derby and Derbyshire

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There are separate categorids, plus an award for overall woman of the

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year. Among those nominated for that is Shazia Parveen, former chair of

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governors and a trustee at the controversial Al`Madinah frde school

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in Derby. It beggars belief as to how she can be put forward `s

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somebody who is inspiring young people. In my opinion she h`s done

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untold damage to the educathon of a set of young people whose p`rents in

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all good faith sent them to that school expecting them to get a

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decent education. I have sacrificed my own time... Last October she

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issued a statement saying she was stepping down in the best interests

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of the school's pupils. Somd of what people had to say was about personal

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things she had done, from hdlping women who had to grasp of English,

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to starting the school. She was one of the founders. Last year of Stead

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described the school is dysfunctional, and in chaos. ``

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Ofsted. The governing body was criticised `` named ineffective

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It's secondary school is now in the process of being closed. Saturday's

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awards ceremony will take both at this Derby H. These are the people

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that have been put forward `s inspiring people in the comlunity.

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And that is asked doing our job Shazia Parveen declined to be

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interviewed, but in responsd to the NU to's comments, said... `` NU T.

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There was a bit of surprise result in a Nottingham by`election last

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night. Whilst Labour secured the Clifton North council seat, all eyes

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today were on the candidate who pushed the Liberal Democrats into

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last place. David Bishop, who represents the Bus

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Pass Elvis Party, clinched 01 more votes than the Lib Dems, le`ving

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some politicians all shook tp. Geeta Pendse reports.

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When it comes to entrances, David Bishop makes an impression. It seems

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that is also translate into voters. Last night he beat the Lib Dems into

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last place in the Clifton North by`election. They read my n`me out

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and said you had 67 votes. @ thousand or so for labourers and the

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Tories and 504 UKIP, and I, same again, and then he said Lib Dems 56.

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And he is no stranger to politics. So far he has stood in eight

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elections, with opponents including Neil Hamilton. So why Elvis? Here's

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always been a hero of mine, because you can have a bit of fun whth the

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image. It is not a snobby ilage The working class relate to him.

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David's manifesto includes pleasures such as saving public lavatories,

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banning airguns to protect pets and wildlife, and legalising brothels

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with a 30% reduction for pensioners. The vote has led to politic`l

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jibes, with Labour's Ed Balls: The Lib Dems credibility into qtestion.

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Do you think this is down to the wonder of you? I think it w`s

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probably the leaflet. And whilst he may have left the

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building, David says he has his eyes on the next General Election.

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Our Elvis expert is John Hess. You could write it, could you? H guess

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it is embarrassing for the Lib Dems. I certainly think so. The Ddputy

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Prime Minister was arriving for his party's spring Conference in York

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this afternoon and what was the first question? Was it about the

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economy? No, it was about this man here. Nick Clegg tried to l`ugh if

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of `` laugh it off, saying we do not normally stand in this part of

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Nottingham. The Liberal Democrats only old 2%, and with Europdan

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elections coming up, little wonder that Ed Balls said, Nick Cldgg, are

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you worried? Does this by`election worry `` well

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this one with the other parties I suspect not. But on the othdr hand,

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UKIP were also standing for the first time and they polled just

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under 20%. That could be an indication of where people `re

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voting. What is going to happen to this guy, he has become a rdgular on

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the Parliamentary by`election seen. Last night he did not lose his

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deposit. Or his glasses? Still to come ` a great step forward

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at Swanwick Junction. The station, run by the Midland

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Railways Trust, invited me to see a rather special structure th`t

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they've rescued and restored. Find out what it is later.

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As lambing time approaches, five organisations working in thd Peak

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District have joined forces to urge dog walkers to keep their pdts on

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leads if they're anywhere ndar sheep.

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It follows a spate of inciddnts where pet dogs have chased sheep

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onto busy main roads ` and dven attacked and killed them. A warning:

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Some viewers may find some of the images in James Roberson's report

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distressing. At Derwent, Kath sets off from her

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farm to check flocks of shedp in nearby fields. It is vital work

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because lambing is imminent and improving weather brings out

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visitors to this beautiful place and walkers can bring dogs without

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leads, but free running dogs and sheep do not mix often. As soon as

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the sheep sees the dog it starts to run away. The first instinct of the

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dog is to chase the thing that is running away. I have seen sheep with

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horrific injuries. Kath shows me and Andrew from the

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National Farmers Union picttres of sheep that have been attackdd the

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dogs. Two dogs did this and the killed over 40 sheep.

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No five local organisations are using this poster to urge dog owners

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to keep their pets on leads. Even though you think your dog whll stay

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with you, they get carried `way and they are gone before you know it.

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They can chase the sheep into the water or disturb grant nesthng

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birds. `` birds. Last autumn some sheep were grazing

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here on this rank of the reservoir, they got chased by some dogs, so

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terrified were they that thdy jumped this cattle grid and about 80 of

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them ended up down there on the busy motorway.

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Dog walkers we spoke to agrde dogs should not run free. If thex chase

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sheep about, they will abort the lambs. I do not take my dog on land

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where there is sheep. Forecast, only a sheep dog should be

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near sheep. `` for Kath. Time for sport now.

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First tonight, Nottingham Forest Manager Billy Davies HAS imposed a

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media ban until the end of the month. Earlier this week he was hit

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with a five`match touchline ban by the Football Association for this

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behaviour towards the referde at the Leicester City match last month He

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gave his last interview for the next five games to Natalie Jackson.

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The headline news from the Nottingham Forest training ground

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today is that Billy Davies has decided not to give any medha

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interviews for the next fivd games, not even to the club websitd. Under

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the advice given to me by mx legal team, I will be making no comment at

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all in relation to any medi` matters until 26 March. Why? I am not

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prepared to discuss what it is about, or I am saying to yot here

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clearly is that due to legal advice I will be making no comment at all

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until that day. And I will be doing no interviews with any medi` until

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that day. And that is the position of where we are at the moment.

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The news comes after he was hit by a smack with a five match touchline

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ban after his behaviour at half`time in the match with Leicester City. He

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admitted a Football Association charge of using abusive language

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towards the referee but denhes deliberate in making contact with

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the official. I am now having to sit in the stand and communicatd with

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the bench either by a runner or by telephone or whatever. We whll now

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let the very experienced st`ff get on with the job on the touchline.

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Isn't this will just playing up to your public image as this

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antagonistic troublemaking lanager? I will keep `` we will keep working

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as hard as we can and keep trying to win football matches, but whth

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regard to anybody's portray`l of what anybody thinks, Natalid, I

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could not care less. On the pitch, if Nottingham Forest

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win at Barnsley tomorrow thdy could go up to fourth in the Championship

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table. And there's lots more from Billy

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Davies on Monday night's Late Kick Off. Not to be missed.

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Now on to Derby County, who will be hoping to get back to winning ways

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at home to strugglers Millw`ll. Kirsty Edwards braved the r`in ` and

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as you'll see it was a LOT of rain ` to watch them prepare.

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A miserable day here at the training ground. I can at least get `way with

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an umbrella, but not so Steve McClaren and his players. At the

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mood here is anything but gloomy. `` but the mood.

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There is no dampening spirits at the moment, even after that defdat at

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Burnley last weekend. You look at the game and it is unbeliev`ble the

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amount of possession we domhnated in with ten men. A long, long way to

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go. As I say, a lot can happen over 13 games. Two months. Nothing is

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certain. The shirts are being worn whth

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pride, the Burnley defeat w`s actually their first in eight games.

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Perform at home is even better. `` their form. They have won ehght

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games out of mind. Tomorrow's opponents have only won one game

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away all season. I think the `` it is much to do with

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the atmosphere, with the fans. Everybody's stayed behind the team.

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It is important that your home form is strong, that people come to you

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and know this is a tough pl`ce to come.

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It is that form that is putting the buzz back in the city. Expectations

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has been made `` have been raised. " you'd better win Saturday!" . It is

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hoped that the smiles are b`ck on the fans' faces tomorrow as well.

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No Leicester game this weekdnd, but Notts County have a home match as

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they try and recover from rdcent results ` they face Leyton Orient.

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And in League Two Mansfield welcome Newport County.

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BBC Radio Derby and BBC Radho Nottingham the place to be tomorrow

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afternoon for commentaries, reports and the best analysis. Getthng to

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the sharp end of the season now and they'll keep you in touch.

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Away from football, Nottingham Panthers can consolidate thdir place

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near the top of Ice Hockey's Elite League if they can get results away

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at Braehead tomorrow and hole to Fife on Sunday.

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Many of you will have heard of in badminton, Chris and Gabby have

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been knocked out of the all England Championship at quarterfinal stage.

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The Chinese pair took the fhrst game comfortably and never looked back.

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Many of you will have heard of the Midland Railway, a trust whhch runs

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steam trains on a privates stretch of line near Ripley in Derbxshire.

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Today I was invited along to Swanwick Junction to witness a great

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step forward for the station ` or, should I say, OVER it.

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It's hard not to be impressdd by steam trains on a beautiful day like

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today. This is me, checking that Tony, the driver, knows which end is

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which. But the reason we were all there was to see this. An old

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pedestrian footbridge, rescted from a railway station in Manchester

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beautifully restored and now, officially, open in Swanwick. If you

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want to see it for yourself you can. The Trust is currently runnhng a

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special steam weekend featuring several wonderful old locomotives.

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How big a weekend is this? Ht is a big start for us to open thd bridge

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and make that missing link. Now it means anybody arriving here can jump

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across the bridge onto the next train and away again.

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Did you go on the train as well Yes, I was in a horse box at the

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back of all the carriages. H will say nothing about that at all? `` I

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will say nothing about that You are tantalising as with thoughts

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of sunny climes. Yes, we started today on a cloudy,

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damp note, so hard to believe we would end so beautiful. `` so

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beautifully. It will be gendrally drier, with lots of sunshind, and

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returned which is well abovd average. Today we got as high as 15

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Celsius, the average is usu`lly ten. We have clear skies at the loment,

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so now it is dark temperatures are taking a quick tumble. But we have

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tried pushing its way in during the early hours of Saturday morning and

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with all this cloud temperatures will start to recover, and we are

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looking at those of three ddgrees. A cloudy and damp start then to

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Saturday, with spots of light rain and drizzle. But as we had through

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the day, the client will cldar away and the sun will come out. `` the

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cloud will clear away. I will be a strengthening southerly wind, but we

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are looking at highs of 14, but 15 or 16 not out of the question for

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Saturday afternoon. Sunday, also starts off nice. Clear, bright sunny

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start on Sunday, there will be more in the way of cloud as we hdad

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towards the end of the day `nd maybe a little more rain through the night

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on Sunday to take us into Monday, however, high pressure is whth us.

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It is with us Monday, Tuesd`y and said to stay with us well into next

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week. It is going to give us a spell of dry weather, not particularly

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sunny, but try and unsettled. For only much, we cannot grumbld. `` dry

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and unsettled. `` for early March, we cannot grumble.

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Enjoy the weekend. Goodbye.

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