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looking pretty good. Dry in most parts with sunshine around.

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

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Tonight ` shots are fired in Derby's inner`city. It's terrible. You are

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just not safe anywhere, are you? And the tests that will save the lives

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of more women with breast cancer. Plus teeing off a political row as a

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council considers selling off its municipal golf courses.

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And stepping out for spring. How aid Derbyshire home is hoping to attract

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visitors with their artwork. Welcome to Wednesday's programme.

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First tonight, police say it's lucky that no`one was injured when a gun

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was fired several times in a city street. Bullets are known to have

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hit at least two properties. Officers believe the incident was a

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revenge attack. They say over the last few days, tensions have grown

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between two groups from within the same community in Derby. To tell us

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more, Simon Hare is there now. Good evening. As you can see, this area

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of Derby is still sealed off tonight while police enquiries continue.

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Officers are describing this incident is the latest in a series

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of tit`for`tat attacks between two groups of youths from within one

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community in this very multicultural part of Derby. It started out as

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criminal damage, but has resulted in a gun being fired several times.

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Armed police on the streets of Derby. They have come to search a

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flat on Brunswick Street in Normanton. It is a high`level

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response, as early this morning, a series of shots were fired here.

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Some had clearly hit nearby buildings. Officers also carried out

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a fingertip search of the area in the hunt for clues. Fortunately,

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amazingly, no`one was hurt. We just heard two loud bangs. I checked the

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house, checked the kids, and went back to see. Then obviously I found

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out that someone was shooting around here, and it is just terrible.

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You're not safe anywhere, are you? Police believe this could be a

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reprisal or revenge attack following a number of incidents which have

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seen a series of cars damaged in the area. Five people have been arrested

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in relation to that. Earlier this week, about Friday, there was a

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massive riot. Two gangs with cricket bats smashing cars. It was just

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terrible. Criminal damage is one offence, but quite obviously this

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has escalated, and a firearm has been used. It has actually hit two

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buildings. Extremely dangerous what has happened in the early hours of

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the morning, and we were probably just lucky that no`one has been

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injured in this incident. At the moment, we have forensic officers

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recovering bullets so we can find out exactly where the bullets have

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come from, what type of weapon was used, and that is part of the

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investigation as we go forward. Officers have appealed for anyone

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with information to get in touch, and they have increased patrols in

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the area. Tonight, they are due to meet community leaders. We

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understand that meeting is with leaders of the Pakistani community

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in Derby, and officers will be hoping that those community leaders

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have some degree of influence with these groups of young Pakistani

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man. They will be hoping they can prevent this from escalating even

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further. Back to you. Thank you very much.

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It's been revealed that covert lie detector tests were used on people

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claiming a discount on their council tax bill. A private company, working

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on behalf of 11 councils, used voice analysis software during telephone

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calls. It was part of a campaign that

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resulted in nearly ?3 million being clawed back. Tonight, one council

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leader was unapologetic about using lie detectors, saying it was all

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perfectly legal. Mike O'Sullivan has this report.

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On the phone and under investigation. Lie detector software

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was used on telephone calls with people claiming a 25% reduction in

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their council tax bills because they lived alone. The calls were analysed

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by a private company working on behalf of 11 councils in Derby and

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Derbyshire. Today, one council leader defended the tactic. The

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people being monitored didn't know about the lie detector tests. It is

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perfectly legitimate, and they were told that enquiries were being made

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about they claim for benefits, so they were aware that the questions

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being put or serious ones, and needed to have truthful answers. The

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lie detector technique was one part of a campaign funded by ?280,000

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from the government in 2011. It helped to claw back around ?3

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million in fraudulent claims. They were mixed views in Derby. I think

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that is right. I really do. There is a lot of people defrauding the

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system. Is an infringement of your privacy. If you are not aware of it,

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you should be allowed to decide if you want to be in a lie detector

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test or not. It has been criticised by the campaign group that reviewed

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what went on. There is no evidence this technology works. It is another

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part of the contract that has delivered back. This technology has

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been tried numerous times, and there is no evidence that works properly.

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The private company that did the job were told individuals were told the

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calls were recorded for the detection of fraud, and scores were

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made based on criteria. The government says councils are no

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longer being funded to carry out similar investigations into fraud.

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Still to come ` it's 30 years on from the start of the miners'

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strike. The dispute changed the industrial

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landscape ` but mementoes of the era remain.

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Plus find out how bugs see the rabbit is helping children develop

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their reading skills. `` Bugsy. The lives of more women with breast

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cancer could be saved thanks to a new test that's been developed in

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Nottingham. Scientists say they'll be able to

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pinpoint more accurately the type of breast cancer it is, and so how best

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to treat it. Jo Healey reports. Annie is one of 800 women who are

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treated here in Nottingham each year for breast cancer, 50,000 across the

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country. She had a mastectomy and six sessions of chemo. I think until

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actually they get in and have a good look, they are not quite sure what

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kind of cancer you've got, or indeed if it's going to be invasive, or if

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it's something that can be left alone. In my case, yes, it was

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necessary. Everything had to be done because it was an aggressive type of

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cancer I had. But not all are, and this new test will be much more

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specific. It will give detailed information about the breast cancer

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to inform the patient and doctor, and with that, they will be able to

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understand what treatment they should or maybe should not have, so

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you are not overtreating or perhaps undertreating particular patients.

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This is not about screening, it is for women who have had their

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mammograms and been diagnosed with breast cancer. What this test does

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is more accurately find out what kind of breast cancer it is, and how

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best to treat it. I think it will give women more confidence ` that

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whatever they are diagnosed with and whatever is suggested for the

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treatment, they will know it is not a maybe. The current test was also

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developed in Nottingham 30 years ago. It is used all over the world,

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as should the new test be when it becomes available in two years.

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Meanwhile, Annie has been given the all`clear. She now volunteers at the

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Breast Institute ` her way of saying thank you.

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A terrorism trial has been shown weapons and a Swastika flag that

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were found in a teenager's home in Loughborough. 18`year`old Michael

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Piggin is accused of preparing to attack several possible targets,

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including his old school and a Loughborough mosque. Today, the jury

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at the Old Bailey was shown weapons found by police, including

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partially`constructed improvised bombs, a machete, crossbow, airguns,

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and knives. The teenager's admitted possessing explosives, but denies

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preparing weapons and plans for an act of terrorism. The jury saw this

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picture of his bedroom. They have also being shown photos of bottles

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with rags which he was accused of preparing to use as petrol bombs.

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Homes in one part of Nottingham were evacuated this morning after what

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the Fire Service says was an underground explosion. It happened

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on Faraday Road in Lenton at around seven o clock ` blowing a hole in

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the road. Emergency crews described it as the "failure of electrical

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cables". Around 2000 properties were left without power as a result.

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Golfers in Leicester are to march on the town hall in an attempt to save

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the city's two municipal golf courses.

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Leicester's City Mayor, Sir Peter Soulsby, says his council can no

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longer afford the maintenance costs. Here's our political editor, John

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Hess. Good morning, Jamie. Alan Taylor has

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his day set ` a quick chat and a round of golf. He has been playing

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at this municipal golf course in Leicester at Cumbersome Heights for

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30 years now. The club's future is threatened by council budget cuts.

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I'm absolutely devastated, because I've been a member here for over 30

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years, and at my age now, it's the only exercise I get, along with a

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lot more elderly people. The thing is at the moment, we have to show

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what's happening. This is no pep talk in swing technique. These

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members of the Weston Park Club are also in the council's next round of

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budget cuts funding line. They say the council's decision is way off

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target. They are talking about a march in town one day next week. We

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have petitions going. We've got a Facebook page up, and there is a

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Twitter page for people to put their comments and things on there, and

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show us a bit of support. The politician in charge of Leicester's

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leisure services admits he is no golfer. His aim is to find ?2

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million worth of cuts. We are looking widely where we can actually

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make those savings. I think golf courses are increasingly highly

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subsidised compared to other sport subsidies. There should be a

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six`week consultation, but for golfers, this is one political ball

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they are more than happy to hit into the long grass. CHUCKLES.

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The 18`hole courses could be sold to new owners or developers, unless the

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golfers have the final say. Inspectors say a prison in

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Derbyshire is failing in its duty to help prepare inmates for life on the

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outside. Sudbury Prison is an open facility, so prisoners can leave to

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do work experience or volunteer in the community. But it's been

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criticised for the way it manages the release of inmates, with a

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report finding a real risk that some men might re`offend, and that

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"public protection arrangements were not robust enough".

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And the Deputy Prime Minister has described being beaten in a

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Nottingham byelection by a pensioner dressed as Elvis as a "novel

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experience". David Bishop, who uses the name Lord Biro, stood as a

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candidate for the Bus Pass Elvis Party in last week's Clifton council

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election. He received 67 votes. Nick Clegg's Liberal Democrats got 56. Mr

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Clegg spoke about the defeat in the Commons after being teased by the

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Nottingham South MP Lillian Greenwood.

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Mr Speaker, putting Bus Pass Elvis aside for a minute, which I admit

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was... LAUGHTER. Which I admit was a novel experience for us, as it was

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no doubt for the people of Clifton, I'm just wondering ` did the Labour

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candidate admit to how much it cost every household in Clifton?

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?300,000? 30 years ago today, the National

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Union of Mineworkers declared a strike which became one of the

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longest and most damaging industrial disputes ever seen in Britain.

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Today, to mark the anniversary, BBC Radio Nottingham invited people to

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bring their mining memorabilia to a former Nottinghamshire colliery.

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Navtej Johal reports. It impoverished communities, pit

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miner against miner, and led to the downfall of an industry which

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employed hundreds of thousands across the country. 30 years to the

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day, the strike began. It was an occasion for reflection. BBC Radio

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Nottingham invited people to bring their mining memorabilia to Bestwood

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Country Park, the former site of one of the first mines in the world to

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produce one million tonnes of coal in a year. Former Nottingham miner

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Michael Wilson's item has plenty of value for him. He's the one being

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dragged away by police in what became one of the most memorable

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images from the strike. I just couldn't believe what they did to

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me, and the way they did it. Blatantly, they just came in and

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whacked me one, and put me on the floor. These lamps belong to a miner

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who still works at the last remaining pit in our region, and

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started out as a trainee during the strike. This is a Geordie lamp,

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maker George Stephenson. It's from about 1820. How much is that lamp

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supposed to be worth? In between ?2000 and ?2500. Really? Yes. Turns

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out he was right. It is absolutely bang`on. They are in demand from all

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over the world. The coal mines have been a huge part of British history,

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and as soon as we start to lose something, people become very

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emotional about it, and those people that have been involved in it want

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to get that back as a memory. The Bestwood colliery may have closed

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more than 50 years ago, but for today at least, people were able to

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share their mining memories here. Amazing.

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Still to come ` spring springs at Chatsworth House.

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Amongst the daffs and tulips ` splashes of colour from a slightly

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less natural palate. A school in Nottingham has come up

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with a novel idea to help its pupils improve their reading skills.

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Netherfield Primary School has recruited a number of unusual

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volunteers to assist the children...and they're proving a

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real hit. Angelina Socci reports. Hermione really enjoys her reading

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session, especially when there is an extra pair of ears listening. Bugsy,

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the school's rabbit, sits in on these lessons, and teachers say his

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presence has a big impact. Since we've had the rabbit in here, the

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children can't wait to come in and read. "When is it my turn? When is

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it my turn, Miss Walsh?" A lot of them don't have animals at home, and

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they find it very therapeutic sitting stroking an animal. They

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might be children that are vulnerable, or slow readers, and it

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just gives them confidence. And as well as improving confidence, the

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school believes the animals teach children important life skills. It

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encourages conversation and communication and empathy levels,

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and also really key issues, like life and death and bereavement. But

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it is not just rabbits that the school keeps. In the grounds, there

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is a farm that has goats and chickens. We make sure that they are

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all healthy, and that they have been cleaned, and my role as the farm

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minister is to gather people to come and help. It has inspired me to be a

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vet, and to become someone to help all the animals, because recently,

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our chicken died, and I was a big part of them, and that was really

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upsetting for everyone in the school. It is not only the children

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who are benefiting. Parents want to be involved in what we're doing in

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school, but they don't always want to be involved in a way that is

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traditional, ie reading with children or being in the classroom.

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Parents want that more practical aspect as well. The school plans to

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take on more animals in the future, and says there is no doubt that they

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help to motivate the pupils and improve academic achievement.

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I never had a rabbit. Would you like me to get you a rabbit? Yes. Thumper

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on way. Here is Natalie with the sport.

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I'm not sure what to say to that. Only one place to start tonight `

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Leicester City. There's really no stopping them at the moment. A 3`nil

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win at Barnsley, and they're another step closer to the Premier League.

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No`one wants that more than young defender Liam Moore. A lifelong

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Leicester fan, who's been a star for the Foxes all season. Kirsty Edwards

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has just caught up with him at the King Power stadium.

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I am in the club, and Liam is here to meet the fans. Another great win

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last night. Top of the table. Three goals. We could talk about those

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now. A great goal from Jamie, and he has been invested has to conform. He

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has really come into his own. `` he has really been in form. Defenders

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are scared of playing against him. And the second goal, another

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instrumental player for this season. We have had good partnerships on the

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field. Martin stepped in, and a partnership between him and Wes

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looked really strong. Strong right through the spine, so we are looking

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strong at the moment. Another golfer Jamie Vardy. It leaves you a clear

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is of Barnsley. You are looking very good for promotion. How does that

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feel? Is very nice. We just need to keep on our own game. We just need

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to keep winning our own results, and promotion is there for us. You grew

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up here. What would it mean for the fans here to get promoted? It's

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massive. If we do at this season, you know how much the fans will be

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positive. It is a big talking point in the dressing room every day. I

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know nobody is getting too carried away yet, a few games to go, but the

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champagne certainly on ice, and they will be hoping to pop those corks

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very soon. On to the rest of last night's

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action. Useful points for Derby and Forest, but it was a bad night for

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fans of Notts and the Stags. This was the third game in a row

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Derby County have failed to score. In truth, they did everything but

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get a goal. You couldn't fault the endeavour, as the Rams dominated

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against a Bolton side who've been in fine form. We took risks. We want to

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win the game, so we put four of five strikers on, we want a goal from it.

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That can leave you short at the back, but the concentration was

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good. Leigh did his job. As I said, we did everything but win the game

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and score. Nottingham Forest were boosted by the news midfielder Andy

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Reid was fit enough for the bench at Middlesbrough. Playing in white and

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blue, the Reds found themselves behind shortly after the break.

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Borough hadn't conceded at home in their last seven games, but ten

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minutes from time, Reid found fellow substitute Darius Henderson, who

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bundled it into the net. Was there a touch of the Maradonas about it?

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Handball or not, Forest stay fifth in the Championship. The League One

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table does not make for good reading for Bolton's side Knox County. Poor

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defending saw them suffer their 23rd defeat of the season, the worst

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record in all four leagues. The second half penalty gave Knox hope

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at 2`nil down, Aaron Sheehan the scorer, but it was their only goal,

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and a hat`trick sealed a miserable night at Meadow Lane. Defeat too for

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Mansfield Town, who were five points above the relegation zone in League

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Two. A controversial penalty the Stags' undoing against York.

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Rugby, and Leicester Tigers centre Manu Tuilagi is poised to make his

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first England appearance for a year against Italy on Saturday after

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recovering from a long`term injury. He replaces Alex Goode on the bench.

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In ice`hockey, the Nottingham Panthers take on Elite League

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Champions Belfast Giants in Northern Ireland tonight.

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Now, as many of us venture out into the great outdoors to enjoy this

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spring weather, a stately home in Derbyshire is preparing to reveal

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its playful side. Chatsworth House will re`open this

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weekend with some new artistic additions to its grounds ` as Geeta

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Pendse has been finding out. Almost ready to reopen, but this

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spring, visitors will get the chance to see Chatsworth in a new light.

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From a hot pink stiletto to gardening essentials, everyday

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objects have inspired a series of sculptures dotted around the

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grounds, created by the artist Michael Craig Martin. I have tried

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to place the sculptures in situations that seem feasible for

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them. So the three umbrellas, which are along the side of the pond here,

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look as though the wind has kind of blown them, or they could go into

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the pond at any moment. Over the years, the Devonshire

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family have invited an array of artists to showcase their often

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larger`than`life sculptures, but this year, they have also

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commissioned a series of family portraits. But they are not what you

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and I would expect. What looks like a random pattern on the wall is in

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fact the DNA sequence of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge made out of

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ceramics. `` Duke and Duchess of Devonshire. It's just very

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interesting to see how contemporary artists try to represent humans, the

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lucky people who live here, and not different for the sake of being

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different, but in a way that is of this time. Whilst the rich

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collection of traditional portraits still take pride of place, it seems

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yet again Chatsworth is open to reveal its more contemporary and

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playful side, both inside and out. How lovely is that? Wonderful. It

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looks a bit great, though. It took awhile for the Sun to burn through.

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We had a lot of mist and low cloud around first thing this morning, but

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eventually that sunshine did poke its way through. It has been a

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belter of an afternoon. Piercing blue skies above Saint Mary's church

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this afternoon. Keep those photographs coming in. We are in a

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bit of a misty pattern at the moment. A lot of moisture in the

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atmosphere. We start of call and misty in the mornings, but then the

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sunshine breaks through again. A decent afternoon tomorrow. We're

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staying dry and clear for the evenings, but for the poets `` for

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the first part of the night, turning quite call, but then later, the

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cloud comes back in and that fog will be reforming again. Tomorrow,

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we're expecting it to be dense. We have a weather warning in force. You

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didn't expect that, did you? A yellow weather warning. It could be

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tricky on the roads for the rush`hour first thing tomorrow. We

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will wake up to the gloom thing tomorrow. Low cloud, mist and fog,

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but that will lift and break, and it will be more quickly breaking

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through for tomorrow. The tomorrow, a beautiful afternoon. Lots of

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lovely sunshine. Lighter winds and higher temperatures. Feeling

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pleasantly warm. Up to 14 degrees. A repeat performance into Friday. We

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start off with mist and fog, and then the sunshine comes through

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again. For the weekend, a bit more cloud. All in all, not bad.

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Sounds very good. Keep sending those weather photos. We have all sorts on

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our Facebook page. We will see if the late news.

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