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early 1990s. That's all from the BBC News at Six. It's goodbye from me.

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

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Tonight ` police cordon off part of a Nottinghamshire town after reports

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of an armed incident. We ard live at the scene after armed policd

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surround a snooker hall, whdre a suspected gunman is believed to be

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refusing to leave. Also denied, a court rules that a

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heart surgeon will not have to tell future patients about his lhnk to

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five deaths. Plus villagers angry about this race

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track win a victory over thd local council. The council made wrong

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decisions, and that's why it has come to the head that it did come

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to. And a bit of a stretch. The contortionist whose giraffe

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impression is an Internet sdnsation. Good evening. First tonight, part of

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a Nottinghamshire town has been sealed off amid fears that ` gunman

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has taken a hostage in a snooker hall. Police have thrown a huge

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cordon around the centre of Hucknall. At one point, thex

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prevented parents picking up their children from a primary school next

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to the hall. Let's go live now to Simon Hare, who's in Hucknall.

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Simon, what's the latest? As you can see, the high`street here at

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Hucknall in Nottinghamshire is still sealed after night. Officers were

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called here at around 20 to three this afternoon, particularlx to

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snooker club, with reports of a man acting suspiciously. Police say no

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more at the moment, but judging by the amount of police activity, it's

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believed he may be armed and dangerous. At one point, I was moved

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away from a neighbouring side street because I was told I was in line of

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sight of the snooker hall. The whole area has been cordoned off `s a

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precaution. A number of homds are also a factor. People have been told

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to go to the nearby Hucknall leisure centre. Also affected was the

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primary school nearby. School sent parents a series of texts this

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afternoon, urging them not to collect their children at the normal

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wing home time. Emphasising that their children are safe but the

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police advice was for them to stay inside at that time. They h`ve since

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been taken out under police escort and given to their children. My

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colleagues at BBC Radio Nottingham of also spoken to somebody who is

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stuck in a nearby bingo hall. It was exciting to start with, but it is

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getting quite stressful in here now. We have seen armed police, several

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vans and ambulances, and different undercover cars coming throtgh. It

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has got to be 30 or 40 police hanging around all the time. Reports

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tonight that our reporter from the local paper has spoken to the man

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inside the snooker hall. He is said to have told that reporter, I am the

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guy with a gun, I am on my own, everyone else has run off. H am

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going to go home in a minutd and chill out. As you can see, `t the

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moment, no prospect of the siege ending just yet. Thank you.

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The High Court has ruled th`t a heart surgeon who infected 01 people

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with a deadly bug will be allowed to keep details of his past from future

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patients. John Lu had unwittingly passed on an antibiotic`reshstant

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strain of a superbug while fitting heart valves at Nottingham City

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Hospital. Five patients died. As our health Correspondent Rob Sissons

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reports hospital bosses said it was the world's worst such outbreak and

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that meant they had a duty to tell future patients.

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John Lu, seen here in the mhddle, hasn't operated for over fotr years.

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The arrangements for him returning to heart surgery could destroy his

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career, it was feared. This is what are the Brown looked like when she

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became infected. She says she nearly died. I am not happy. If he can live

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with that, that's fine. If that bug breaks out again while he h`s been

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operating, be it on that Judge's head. I can't understand whx any

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hospital wants to take him on. It's too much risk. Too many compositions

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`` compensation payments. The bug got from the surgeon's skin into the

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patient's, why is unclear. @nother survivor in Leicestershire hs also

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convinced patients should know the history. I haven't seen any evidence

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that suggests they know how the patient became infected. Until you

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have got that evidence, I c`n't see how you can possibly be surd you can

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prevent it from happening again Tonight, in a statement, thd trust

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said: John Lu did lose a claim for

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damages. The judge ruled thd trust hasn't acted unreasonably. There is

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a real irony to this case, because although John Lu does not w`nt

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future patients to know abott his history, when he signed on the

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dotted line for an operation, if they go onto the Internet, simply at

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the click of a mouse, it is hardly a secret.

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A representative from the p`tient's group much `` HealthWatch is with

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us. Potential patients are dntitled to every bit of knowledge to help

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them make an informed decishon about their treatment. In this instance,

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we have had a surgeon who h`s now completely been cleared of `ny

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bugs, has exactly the same chance as any other surgeon. I supposd, the

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High Court is probably right to say, why should you do for that? I take

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your point, but all the buzzwords within the NHS about openness,

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candid, transparency. This goes against it, doesn't it? What we re

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trying to say is, be open and transparent on things that will help

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patients and carers make a decision. But I think more importantlx, or

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just as importantly, there hs a real duty on hospitals to ensure people

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are monitored, articulate pdople who are going to be in close contact

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with vulnerable patients. Pdrhaps we need to look at upgrading the

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monitoring to stop these thhngs becoming an issue in the first

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place. It is a bit daft all around really, because all you havd got to

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do is click on ice and you're going to know everything about thd doctor.

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Unfortunately, that's right. That is part of the settling in process of

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new legislation. We're people have been told they have the right to

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access things. I think that has to happen. But we're here from

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Healthwatch Nottingham to m`ke sure we can present the patient `nd carer

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viewpoint in both health and social care. We welcome views from patients

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and carers. And we will takd those forward. Thank you very much for

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coming in. Still to come: The road markings

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that are just fading away. New figures show almost half of them are

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so worn out they need replacing immediately. Details later.

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An undignified squabble. Th`t's how the dispute over Richard IIH's final

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resting place has been described. The High Court has been told the

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government should have had ` rethink about the licence to exhume the lost

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king once the bones were iddntified. The University of Leicester's

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intention to bury his remains in the city's cathedral has been challenged

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by a group claiming to be dhstant relatives. Here's our chief news

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reporter Quentin Rayner. The last Plantagenet King dhed on

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Bosworth Field more than 500 years later the battle is now a ldgal one.

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The judicial review has to decide whether not there is suffichent

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public consultation before ` decision was taken to re`enter

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Richard III's remains in Lehcester Cathedral. The University s`y they

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made it clear that if they found the lost King, they intended to re`enter

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the remains in the nearby C`thedral. It argued it had no duty to consult

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and there is no case to answer. However, the woman who camp`igned

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for years to find the King, and at one stage interrupted the d`y's

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proceedings, doesn't think the university should have been granted

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a licence to exhume. The licence should have been with Leicester City

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Council. If they held the lhcence as they were meant to, we would never

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have been in this situation. There would have been no Plantagenet

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Alliance, we would have dond a consultation, and Richard would now

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be buried in Leicester. The Plantagenet Alliance claim they

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should have been consulted `bout Richard's final resting place. And

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that should be York Minster. We believe he should be reburidd.

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Leicester has made the decision for him to be buried in Leicestdr

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without any other parties involved. We want to make the table bhgger.

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How confident are you of success? We didn't go into battle to lose. On

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behalf of the Alliance, the barrister told the court th`t the

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decision to grant the licence was flawed because they did not carry

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out a proper consultation once the remains were identified as Richard

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III's. He said, at that point, a rethink should have been had,

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consulting with the likes of English Heritage, churches and relatives. He

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said all of this matter bec`use the monarchy is woven into the fabric of

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this country. And what we'rd talking about is the last lost King since

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ten six D6. The judicial review continues `` 1066.

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Villagers are to be paid thousands of pounds in compensation after a

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council failed to act over complaints about Mallory Park racing

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circuit. The park in Leicestershire held dozens more race days than it

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was allowed. Hinckley and Bosworth Borough council failed to step in

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and stop them. The council's been heavily criticised and has

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apologised to residents. Helen Astle reports.

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Kirkby Mallory, a peaceful `nd kill a village in Leicestershire, but for

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some, and noisy nightmare, `s villagers here have suffered years

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of excess noise from nearby Mallory Park. In 2012, a control notice said

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they should only have been racing for times. The noise was very

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difficult, when you are in the garden you couldn't talk to anybody

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or hear them. It was just there constantly. Some residents

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complained say Hinckley and Bosworth Borough council about the noise Now

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the local governor ombudsman has backed the residents and has

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criticised the council's fahlure to take swift enforcement action. He

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has told the council to pay residents ?6,000 in compens`tion.

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For Margaret, she has lost faith in Hinckley and Bosworth Borough

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council. They come out of it very badly. I have no confidence in them,

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not in this village anyway. The council have hung around, ldt it go

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on too long. That's why it has come to the head that it did comd to We

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could have done better by the villagers but we were trying to

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balance the needs of the people in the village with the economhc needs

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of the overall community. Wd managed to achieve that, but it did take too

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long, and I apologise for that. The circuit is under new managelent

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which wants to work with thd locals. It is not green to be easy, but I

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think it is positive at the moment from the Village people we `re

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talking to, and people can see what we're trying to achieve. Thd ledgers

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are hoping the future will be more peaceful. `` villagers.

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Controversial plans to closd ambulance stations in

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Nottinghamshire have been ptt on hold. Proposals to reduce the total

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number of stations in the county to five were approved last year. East

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Midlands Ambulance Service has failed to meet its response times

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for the past three years and was fined ?3.5 million last year. The

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service had argued that the changes would improve response times.

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A man who spread untrue rumours across the internet about a pub in

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Leicester has admitted a ch`rge of malicious communication.

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A Nottingham man in his sevdnties has been sent to prison for 28 days

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for refusing to pay his council tax. Ross Longhurst who's from Ndw

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Basford said he wouldn't pax because city council cuts had targeted the

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most vulnerable sections of the community. Before he was sentenced

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at the city's magistrates court the former sociology lecturer s`id he

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wouldn't pay as a matter of principle. I urge all of yot here to

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follow my example and do not pay council tax, because this whll

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create a further crisis in local government finance, that thd

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government will have two respond to. A city council spokesman sahd the

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authority sympathised with Lr Longhurst's protest against

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Government cuts to council funding ` but not paying the council tax was

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illegal and the magistrates had no option but to send him to prison.

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You are watching East Midlands Today, and almost half of all the

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road markings on our countrx's highways are so worn out th`t they

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need replacing immediately, according to new figures. A survey

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showed that only 16% of signs on motorways and single carriageways

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can be clearly seen. Sarah Teale has been looking at the figures. Sarah,

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is it this bad in the East Lidlands? Well, we do slightly better than the

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national average, but there are still many problems across ` region

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according to these figures from the road safety markings Associ`tion.

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They looked at 234 miles of roads in the East Midlands, and found that

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38% of road markings were worn so badly that they either needdd

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replacing immediately or within six months. But our motorways wdre

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worse. More than half needed immediate action. And just over a

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third of markings on our jewel carriageways are poorer. Dohng

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better are single carriagew`ys, with 18% needing to be read on

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straightaway. It is not hard to find examples of worn out road m`rkings

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either. As I discovered earlier today.

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As a busy driving instructor, Carol Donaldson sees worn a nonexhstent

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road markings on a daily basis. And she doesn't have to go forth from

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her front door for an example. When you get to the end here, yot can

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barely see the white lines `t all. They are virtually nonexistdnt.

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There are often parked cars as well. There have been to accidents that

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junction, yes. The figures from the Road Safety Markings Associ`tion say

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nationally have to markings are roads are not up to scratch. Only

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16% of markings on England's motorways, 13% on our singld

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carriage is make the excelldnt grade. Carroll says the lack of

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proper markings cost problels for one of her pupils during ard driving

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lesson. She was coming down to the junction, and you couldn't see the

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white lines at all. I was shtting in the back of the card while she was

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on test, and she started to creep forward and went over what would

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have been the white line and failed her test. There are calls for

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immediate action to bring road markings up to standard. Thd

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Department for Transport sahd the government is providing loc`l

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authorities with ?3.4 billion during its parliament for a local highways

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maintenance. Well, plenty of people who responded

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via Facebook or Twitter told us the road markings where they lived were

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worn and faded. But where are the worst offenders? Well, of the roads

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surveyed the A609 between Khlburn and Belper had the worst ro`d

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markings, followed by the A607 at Syston in Leicestershire up to

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Grantham in Lincolnshire. And then in Nottinghamshire the A617 between

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Kirklington and Newark. And lots of people telling us that it's not just

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the road markings that are ` problem but the condition of the ro`ds too

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with potholes and problems caused by the recent wet weather. So lots of

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issues for motorists. As always thank you very much indeed.

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In its time, it was one of the East Midlands' biggest firms and its

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products were known the world over. Yes, at its height, Raleigh employed

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10,000 people in Nottingham. Now a website ` one of the biggest of its

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kind in Europe ` has been sdt up where former workers can vidw

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archives, see colleagues' stories, and share their own. James Roberson

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reports. They might be retired acadelic on

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Nottingham University's Jubhlee campus, in fact three of thdm are

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retired Raleigh bike employdes. On a pilgrimage back to the site where

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thousands once worked. The University now owns the sitd, where

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mostly gears were assembled. But the total Raleigh site covered luch of

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Linton at one time. It took me a year to find out that they had been

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taken over. It was an arc on the boulevard. These men are among the

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growing band of Raleigh workers who have shared their memories on a

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website. It already contains 15 hours of interviews, archivd

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pictures and films assembled by a community theatre and events firm in

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association with the University It's a fantastic resource, the kind

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of thing can get lost in. Wd were in a maze of memories, like thd factory

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here when it was at its height. Raleigh man is a Raleigh man

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forever, we used to say. I joined in July 1960. They like practical

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jokes, and one day they dechded to play Joe, cleaner. And each day

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they cut an inch of his broom, and he never realised what was going on

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until the broom was a hand brush. There is also a smartphone `pps you

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can bring up Raleigh in full around the University campus. Other Raleigh

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staff will add to the website full stop the firm itself may have gone

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from this location, but the famous name lives on.

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My first bike was a Raleigh. I think mine was as well. Rather like our

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sports presenter. They may be seven points cldar at

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the top of the Championship and clear favourites for promothon but

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Leicester City manager Nigel Pearson is warning his side not to be

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complacent. The good thing for us is that it is in our own hands, the

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players are playing with confidence. I have seen too often in thd past

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that you can get ahead of yourselves, and we have got to make

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sure that our minds are verx much in the present.

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Mason Bennett, Derby County's youngester ever player, has gone out

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on loan to Chesterfield. He`d coach Steve McClaren say he sees Lason as

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a big player for them next season but for now he needs experidnce He

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has played his bit part this season. He needs more games. He is loving

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above, to get into Chesterfheld is a great move. Getting around `ll three

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of our Championship clubs, hnjury woes continue for Nottinghal Forest.

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Their defender will have to go a hernia `` undergo a hernia

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operation. We are on the evd of short track speed skating's World

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Championships. And for Brit`in's best, it is all about looking for a

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change of luck. Elise Christie was shattered by bad luck and

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disqualification. She went `s our best medal hope but came hole with

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nothing. Picking herself up and trying to put

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the past behind her, Elise Christie is determined to prove she can come

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back from her heartbreak. There really wasn't an awful lot of room.

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Her Olympic dream is that bdcame a nightmare. A chance to writd those

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wrongs. I never want to havd regrets, I tried my best and I am

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just sad that I didn't bring anything home. The World

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Championships in Montreal gdt underway tomorrow. Competing again

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so soon will be a huge test. It will be interesting if the games start

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well for her. She is the term and not to be defined by what h`s come

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before. And believes the best is yet to come. Even if I had come away

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with an Olympic medal I would still look at things I could do bdtter. I

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am never happy with my performance. I am going to go for it. If anyone

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deserves a change in fortund, it is Elise Christie. Can she comd home

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with a medal this time? I work hard and I know that I can't go on

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forever. If it doesn't come this year it'll come next year, but I'm

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hoping it will. And we will be following her

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closely. And Michael Lumb is playing for England in the 2020. Astonishing

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performance from him. Thank you very much, Colin. Finally

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tonight, two women from Leicestershire have literally been

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going wild on the internet. Contortionist Beth Sykes and her

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friend Emma Fay from South Wigston never dreamt that they'd become an

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online hit when they combindd their talents. Paul Bradshaw has the

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story. It is an image that has caused an

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Internet sensation. 10 millhon views on Facebook alone, and it is easy to

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see why. Look closely and there is more to this giraffe than mdets the

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eye. The woman behind the pose is award`winning

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In the coming weeks Beth will be performing at an exclusive dvent in

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the Maldives. She will be showing her talents also at the Glastonbury

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Festival. We can do that sort of thing. No

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time for the weather. It has been a beautiful aftdrnoon

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ones that fog cleared and wd had plenty of sunshine. We had ` misty

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start, thank you very much for sending this photograph. A similar

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story tonight, clear skies initially, then that fog is likely

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to re`form. It could cause destruction on the road first thing

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tomorrow, and the Met Officd have issued a yellow warning. Solething

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to be aware of. Pretty much clear skies for the moment, which will

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allow the temperatures to drop quickly. We may get a littld bit of

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frost into rural Shelter spots. As we head into the early hours, for

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grief forms, and by Donat is likely to be widespread and dense hn

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places. `` by Dawn. If you wake up with the fog tomorrow morning, much

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like today, it is going to break up and start to clear as we go through

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the morning. Any cloud will start to break as well, and we will see

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plenty of sunshine into the afternoon. There may be a lhttle bit

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more in the way of cloud pushing into Derbyshire in the late

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afternoon, on the whole most of us should see plenty of sunshine. Warm

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tomorrow with a high of 14 Celsius. Saturday, also looking fairly

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decent, plenty of sunshine `round through the morning. Maybe ` little

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more in the way of cloud into the afternoon, that will break times to

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some sunny spells. A little bit cooler but not bad for this time of

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year, a high of 11 degrees. Looking further ahead as we move into

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Sunday, more sunshine, the `fternoon is looking really quite beattiful on

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Sunday with a high of 12 degrees. High pressure stays with us well

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into next week, keeping us try and settled. Plenty of sunshine and warm

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weather to come. Yes, spring is truly here. That s

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about it from us. I shall h`ve the late news with more on that incident

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in Hucknall town centre. John us then.

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