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

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Tonight: The ambulance delaxs that led to the death of a patient.

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There were holed up in hosphtal care, incomplete medical notes, and

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a nurse painted a picture of being rushed off her feet.

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I saw him take out a knife `nd stab somebody. Coughing up blood.

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Putting the pressure on the Chancellor, these homes are being

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incinerated in a government scheme to cut rising fuel bills. Why is the

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project being scrapped? I mdet one of the biggest babies ever to be

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born in the east Midlands. Thank goodness she is an eldphant!

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Good evening. First tonight, the ambulancd and

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hospital delays that led to the death of a Nottinghamshire lan. A

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control room mix`up meant Stewart Maltby's ambulance took fivd hours

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when his GP had ordered it to be no longer than two hours. Once in

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hospital, it took hours to get fluids into the 64`year`old who was

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dehydrated. Boom Our health correspondent Rob Sissons w`s at

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today's inquest, held at Nottingham's Council House. Rob why

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did the ambulance take so long? It is a question which has dominated

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the inquest hearing in Notthngham. The GP said it should be within two

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hours, but it was input wrong in the control room, a box wasn't ticked,

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which meant it reverted to ` four`hour response. The doctor said

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if it didn't come within two hours, it should be upscaled to and

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emergency. It was five hours before the ambulance arrived. Mr M`ltby was

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dehydrated. It was six hours before he got to the Queen's Medic`l

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Centre. Then, 14 hours before he got the fluid he needed.

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What improvements have been made at the ambulance service?

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We had during the inquest today in cross examination from Paul Balen,

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the solicitor for the familx, that there have been lessons learned The

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computer software has been changed so that now, those responses are

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given within two hours, and the ambulance service is getting to more

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of them within that time. What happened when Mr Maltbx finally

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arrived at the Queen's Medical Centre?

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At the Queen's Medical Centre, the chronology is difficult to follow

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because of gaps in medical notes. We heard today from a nurse who painted

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a picture of being rushed off her feet on the hospital ward, `nd acute

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ward where Mr Maltby was behng looked after. She admitted with

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hindsight not enough fluid checks were done, she didn't write enough

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in the notes because she wotld rather look after patients than

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right. We heard from a doctor who said they thought there werdn't

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enough doctors or staff on the ward. What lessons have the hospital

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learnt? We have heard things have bden

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changed on that hospital ward. We also know that there have now been

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implemented verbal handovers rather than Britain ones as in the past. Mr

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Maltby died in November 2012. We will hear from more medical experts

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from the Queen's Medical Centre tomorrow.

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Next tonight, teenagers at five secondary schools across Lehcester

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get a stark warning about the horrors of knife crime. In `

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hard`hitting police road show, students have been warned they could

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be jailed for four years for simply carrying a knife in public. More

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details from our reporter, Victoria Hicks.

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Knife crime isn't a game. That is the message being taught to

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teenagers across the city. Leicestershire Police recorded 41

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knife`related offences in the past year. It is a crime some sttdents at

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this college have witnessed first`hand.

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I looked out of my window, `nd I saw one guy pulling out a long knife and

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stab someone. This guy was on the floor, coughing up blood. This young

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offender was 16 when he was involved in knife crime. I know someone who

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was found with a knife and was excluded.

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We cannot identify this student because of his age.

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He has pulled out a blade. For me, I did not know that anything was going

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to happen. I am part of it, I am associated with knife crime. Before

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I know, he took the phone off him, and he's walking away. I was not a

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big enough person to walk away. I was not a big enough person to say,

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no, and stop the crime. I think we all know that is an

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offensive weapon. Here, at Crown Hills, two students

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have been permanently excluded from school. Police want to educ`te

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teenagers about the consequdnces. It is illegal to carry a knhfe in a

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public place, in school, and the penalties range from a cauthon, to a

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long custodial sentence of tp to four years.

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The police say that knife crime is not prevalent in Leicester, but they

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will use a 50,000 volt Taser gun to disarm someone, if they need to

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Still to come on the progralme: The hospital making expectant mtms feel

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at home. A new birth room has opened at the

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Royal Derby today, complete with soft furnishings and sensorx

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lighting. Police have released CCTV footage of

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the moment a customer bundldd an armed robber out of a Derbyshire

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shop. It happened at a stord in Woodville on Thursday evening. The

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masked man, dressed in whitd overalls, demanded cash and

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cigarettes, threatening a mdmber of staff with a gun. A passer`by, who

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entered moments later, pushdd the armed man out of the store. Police

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want to trace the robber who, they say, ran away along Swadlincote

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Road. Food inspectors say almost half of

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the meat they tested in Leicester has failed labelling laws. Ht

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follows the discovery of pork in so`called halal lamb burgers, at a

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primary school last year. The city council tested more than 100 meat

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products sold by local businesses. It says 44% contained meat other

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than that labelled, mainly chicken. There was no undeclared pork or

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horse meat. Leicester's been ranked among the 20

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least affordable cities for house buyers in the UK. Lloyds Bank says

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the average home there costs more than six times the average local

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salary, making it the 19th lost expensive city for buyers in the

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country. However, Derby features in the top 20 most affordable cities,

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with the average house pricd just 4.85 times the average salary.

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An attempt is being made to rescue an ambitious project to cut domestic

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energy bills on one of the country's biggest housing estates. Nottingham

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South MP Lilian Greenwood is demanding the government reconsiders

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its decision to scrap a multi`million pound scheme to make

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homes much warmer. And tonight, there is a hint from the government

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of a change of heart. Here's our political editor John Hess.

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They have got a lot in common. Both related, both living in simhlar

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homes on the same estate. Btt, when it comes to the cost of heating

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their homes, there's a big difference. That is how much I owe.

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That is how much I have to pay a month. And that's a lot mord than

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you're paying at the moment. Katrina Richardson's domesthc fuel

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bills are rising. It is really cold. Heating bills

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constantly increasing. Her sister`in`law's bill will be

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?400 cheaper. That is because her home benefited from a

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government`backed insulation scheme on Nottingham's Clifton Est`te.

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It stays warmer longer, and the boiler doesn't run for as long

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during the day. More than 1,000 homes have had

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insulation, but that is cold comfort to the 3,500 homes which have lost

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out. Labour MP Lillian Greenwood would like the government to

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reinstate the project. She hs raising the problem in Parlhament.

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We need serious proposals about how we can ensure that everybodx who has

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got one of these solid wall hard to treat homes are able to get it

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insulated, because it is good for all of us. Not just those who are

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living in those homes, but the country generally if we can save

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energy. We can bring energy prices down for everybody.

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It is disappointing that we can t do this as well.

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In a Parliamentary debate, she won this concession. We are working

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closely with Norton on a new bid for our green deal communities. While I

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can't announce the results of that, they have put in a robust proposal,

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far from being dead and over, the scheme has every reason to believe

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it is optimistic. The government is scrapping a levy

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which paid for such environlental work.

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A BBC investigation has raised fresh concerns about voting fraud in

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Derby. Radio Four's File On Four programme has spoken to one man who

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says people in the city are pressured into handing over their

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postal votes. Conservative Party officials have called on thd police

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to investigate the claims. Last year, four Derby women were

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convicted of electoral fraud offences. Simon Hare has thd

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details. This was the ballot paper at the

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centre of last year's vote`rigging scandal in Derby. It had bedn issued

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by polling station clerk Nasreen Akhtar, using a different n`me. It

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was issued to one of her two nieces. But tonight's File On Four programme

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on Radio 4 looks at the widdr issue of voting fraud. It says th`t abuses

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of the polling process in some areas of Derby are considered almost

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normal. One man, who did not want to be named, described how his mother

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had been pressured into handing over her postal vote. They came to the

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house, and they asked my mother to vote for them. My mum, not being

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able to read English, she dhd not know where to put her cross, so one

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of the people put the cross in the box for her. They said that they

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would just sign it and take it off her. It was not free choice, it was

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more influence, and it was lore to get them to stop coming back. She

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gave in. It is them voting for you. They are voting for themselves.

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Derby City Council declined to take part in the programme, but ht said

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that it has every confidencd in the postal voting system in the city.

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The programme also hears from the police unit trying to investigate

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further claims of the electoral abuse in Derby. It is allegdd that

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the women convicted of voting fraud had been put up to it. Police said

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that further inquiries had been met by a wall of silence.

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Joining us is Alistair Jones, principal lecturer in polithcs and

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public policy, an expert in UK politics, especially nation`l and

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local elections. How easy is it to cheat the postal voting system?

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It is quite easy to cheat, `ll you need to do, it is not a secret

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ballot first of all. Anybodx can apply for a postal vote. Yot might

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have your family pressurising you, filling it in on your behalf. Do you

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think it should be scrapped? The thing about it is, the government

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has tightened up the applic`tion process. There is a process involved

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in getting an application, but there can still be family pressurd. It can

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be manipulated. On top of that, people claiming to be somebody else

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and getting extra votes, we saw the general election with someone

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getting 900 fraudulent ballot papers. They got caught before the

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election, this was in Radford. If we did get rid of postal voting,

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what would replace it? This is meant to help people to vote. There are

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arguments that we should trx online voting or boating by text. Lobile

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polling stations in supermarkets. Unless you go somewhere specific, it

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is always open to influence. Absolutely. Voting is meant to be

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secret. You lose that with postal voting. It is meant to be

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confidential but every paper is numbered. So that can be chdcked.

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What about online voting? One problem is in security, cybdr

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security. There is a huge ddbate on that. Even a mobile phone. Xou could

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lose your vote in the ether. A new birth centre, which ahms to

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give expectant mums the rel`xing atmosphere of a home delivery,

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opened today. The midwife`ldd unit at the Royal Derby Hospital has been

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decked out with sensory lighting and soft furnishings, to recreate the

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experience of a home`birth, but with the reassurance of being in

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hospital. Mel Coles had a tour. Just four hours old, this b`by is

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contentedly sleeping in her dad s arms in the new Derby birth centre

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officially opened this afternoon. Her older brother was born hn the

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traditional labour ward a fdw years ago. I think it is really nhce.

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There is less equipment arotnd. One`to`one contact with the

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midwives. It feels like you are in your own house. Here, I feel more at

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home. Last time, it felt more clinical. The birth centre feels a

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bit like a hotel. There are four rooms each with an ensuite, and

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while the decor is basic, it is not as stark as a hospital ward. If

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women who don't need lots of intensive care in labour can use

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facilities like this, then they are more likely to have a normal birth,

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they are more likely to spe`k positively about their experience.

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It has already seen a number increase in women who have opted for

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a water birth. But it isn't for everyone. Some pregnancies have

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complications and mums need to be monitored. Here, we don't offer

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continuous monitoring. One of the benefits of having this within the

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labour ward is access to consultants in those problems arise. Muls know

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that giving birth is a far cry from a relaxing hotel stay. But the

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hospital hopes that here, at least they will receive 5`star trdatment.

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Still to come: A new baby that tipped the scales at an eye`watering

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98lb. And, what will the weather deliver?

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Here's Kaye. It felt like the birth of spring

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this week, these have been dmerging all over the place. How far can we

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push our luck? All the detahls coming up later.

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Time now for the sport. So, what will tonight bring, as our

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Championship football teams chase promotion to the Premier Le`gue

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They're all playing. And, ndws from all three coming up. Starting at

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Leicester. One of their key figures this season, although suspended

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tonight, is Paul Konchesky. He last played in the top flight with

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Liverpool. And he's desperate to get there with Leicester. As Kirsty

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Edwards reports. He joined Leicester in 2011 and

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since then, he has been a vhrtual ever present. Nigel Pearson called

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him an outstanding professional and the fullback has plenty of praise

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for the boss. The spirit around the building, for the staff, giving us

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confidence going into games, it is a great team spirit. No wonder team

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spirit is good, they are now unbeaten in their last 14

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Championship games, a run which has taken them five points clear of

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second place Burnley, with one game in hand. Crucially, they have a 13

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point cushion over third pl`ced Derby. Another win at Barnsley

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tonight, and surely Leicestdr are heading to the Premiership? We are

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going into games knowing we have a chance of winning any game. We are

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enjoying ourselves and it looks like that on the pitch, the playdrs, the

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staff, even the fans are having a great time at the moment. Wd don't

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want to get beyond ourselves, we need to keep picking up points.

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Konchesky played with Fulhal and Liverpool, but nothing can compare

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to the run he is on with his team this season. I have never bden

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involved in anything like this. It is good, a great time for md and the

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club. We are top of the league and hopefully going back to where we

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want to be. Derby County's challenge on the

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automatic promotion spots h`s been hit by successive defeats. Tonight,

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they're at home to Bolton, ` Bolton side that won 5`1 away at Ldeds on

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Saturday. Former player Crahg Ramage is covering the game tonight for BBC

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Radio Derby. And, before he set off for the IPro Stadium, I askdd him

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what was happening to the R`ms. We have been struggling for a bit of

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form in the last few weeks. We have ground if you results out btt

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struggling to have free`flowing football at the moment. It hs a mini

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blip. Hopefully, tonight, against Bolton, we will get a vital three

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points. They are a proper threat, Bolton. Yes, they have turndd a

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corner under Dougie Freeman. They couldn't buy a win if you months

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ago. Now, they have won thrde. Their school ratio is frightening, scored

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11, conceded one. If you go to Elland Road and school five, you

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have turned a corner. A tough game, but they all are at this st`ge of

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the season. You are fighting relegation, or trying for promotion,

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so they are all tough. It is another one we need to get three pohnts Can

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you see Derby making a good run into the end of the season? Absolutely.

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We have been playing great stuff. Since Leicester which was lhve on

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the TV, we have come on and won five out of seven. We have shown great

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maturity to come through th`t and recover. I think we will do it

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again. They have lost two on the bounce, but they have strength and

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depth and quality. We will dstablish ourselves in the top six.

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Two East Midlands players are in the final three, fighting it out to be

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named the Championship's Yotng Player of the Year. Derby's Will

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Hughes and Leicester's Liam Moore will find out if they've won this

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Sunday. Nottingham Forest have laid on free

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transport for fans travelling to tonight's game at Middlesbrough

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Forest need the support at the moment, after a rough few wdeks

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Mark Shardlow was there as the fans set off.

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They travel in hope, their team hasn't won a game for a month, and

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the long road to the North Dast takes them to Middlesbrough, a team

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which has lost only twice at home this season. What are they

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expecting? With the last few games, I am not sure. Hopefully, wd'll get

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a result tonight. A draw wotld be fantastic. A wooden `` a win would

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be better. What are you expdcting tonight? Expecting a defeat. Hopeful

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of maybe a draw but I am not sure the way we are playing. What has

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gone wrong? It is the injurhes which have cost us completely. It has

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decimated the season. The f`ns won't be back until the early hours. They

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know history points to another defeat, it is 21 years sincd Forest

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return from Middlesbrough whth three points.

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Both Notts County and Mansfheld Town have League games. And they're both

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at home. Notts County are at the bottom of League One, and whll be

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desperate to get maximum pohnts of the MK Dons. Meanwhile, at the One

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Call Stadium, Mansfield Town host York City, in League Two.

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Next, tonight, a mother has given birth to one of the biggest babies

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ever to be born in the East Midlands. It's a baby girl, weighing

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an eye`watering 98lb, and she's a week old today! Jo Healey w`s one of

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the very first people to medt the new arrival.

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She may be hefty, grey, wrinkly and Harry, but at Twycross Zoo, they

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reckon she is a rare and spdcial lady. Beautiful, absolutely

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gorgeous. Really surprised, actually, because we came today not

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realising there was a new addition to the elephant house.

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Are you impressed? Yes. Wonderful news as well. A

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gorgeous baby. Absolutely amazing. We did not

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expect to see a baby elephant. It is fabulous.

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Every baby elephant is really important, so this is reallx

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important for the species. They are in danger back in the wild. It is

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important because their range is being reduced. Every birth hn

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captivity is important to the European breeding programme. As a

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female, that is even more ilportant. The mother is doing well. She was

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pregnant with the baby for 22 months, but, thankfully, labour was

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pretty quick. We were watchhng on CCTV. We went in there with them.

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But we could see them. She did everything right, the rest of the

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herd were there to support her. She has a good appetite, 11 litres

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of milk from her mum every day. She will do that for the first xear

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before moving onto solids of fruit and vegetables and hay. All of the

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elephants here, they are enraptured by this new arrival. They are all in

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love with her. What naturally happens is that all of the females

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look after the infant, so she has lots of baby`sitters and lots of

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aunties. She is going to be a very well`loved animal, that is for sure.

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Well, the new baby hasn't actually been named by the staff. But we ve

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had lots of suggestions sent to our East Midlands Today Facebook page.

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Here's just a few of them. Stephen Addisson suggests Thtch

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Anita Jennings says Pancake, because she was born on Shrove Tuesday.

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Or Abena, which is African, apparently, for "born on a Tuesday".

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That's from Marie Brown. George or Eliot, suggest Colin

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Ashby, because she was born in middle March.

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And finally, how about Sunnx, says Jayne James, on account of the

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weather. Please visit our Facebook p`ge and

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add more suggestions. But not you, Colin Ashby.

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Time now for the weather. A fabulous afternoon. We have all

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been enjoying the sunshine. These are the scenes across the E`st

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Midlands, hardly a cloud in the sky this afternoon. Keep your photos

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coming in. It is high presstre we have to thank for all of thhs

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lovely, fine weather. A whole forecast without the word, brain, in

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it. It will stay dry into the weekend. We will be played with low

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cloud and missed overnight. We may have to wait before we see some

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sunshine. Not too bad. We h`d to wait for the sunshine today, cloud

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this morning which melted away. Fabulous wall`to`wall sunshhne.

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Clear skies this evening allowing temperatures to fall away.

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Eventually, the cloud will thicken up in the early hours, this time,

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giving mist and fog. Temper`tures under clear skies close to freezing.

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Most of us seeing four Celshus. A murky start to tomorrow morning

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some mist and fog first thing. The mist should clear away quitd

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quickly. Cloud will be more stubborn tomorrow. It may stick into the

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afternoon. Eventually, we whll all see some sunshine by the end of the

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day. Not too bad, 13 degrees is the top temperature. Very littld change

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into Thursday, starting mistake but, eventually, some nice sunshhne. ``

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misty. That's all from us. Join us again

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during the Ten O'Clock News.

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