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That's all from the BBC News at Six, so it's goodbye from

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

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Tonight ` a mugger's callous attack on a 75`year`old woman.

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Police release CCTV pictures of the pensioner being dragged to the

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ground. Also tonight, the death of a patient

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at a care home. The owner did not know what was going on.

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We get an audience with Britain's man in Bulgaria.

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And it is a Mini roundabout, but can anyone actually tell? !

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First tonight, an elderly woman takes a walk with friends down a

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street, she is not expecting what happens next.

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She is brutally robbed, hold off her feet and thrown to the ground.

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The whole horrific episode was captured by CCTV. Here are those

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pictures. The suspect is already `` has already passed. He turns and

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tries to grab her handbag, but the strap is across her body.

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Our reporter is at the scene of the attack.

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I've been talking to Mrs McNeill today. She did not want to appear on

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camera herself, but has been telling me about what happened. It happened

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here on the Sunday just before the last Christmas. It was captured on

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the CCTV up there. What happened was she was walking with her friends on

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a carol service, from the church at the centre of town, and she was

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coming along here and got to this point near this alleyway here. At

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that point, the attacker ran up behind her and grabbed the bag. The

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strap was tied around her wrist, and because it was so tightly around her

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wrist, she was jerked off her feet and fell to the ground. The attacker

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managed to struggle, he managed to get the money away from her, and he

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made off down the alleyway. She was very shaken, she called to her

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friends, they help her up, but she was not so badly hurt she needed to

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go to hospital. They went to the police station and reported the

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incident. So far, no sign of the attacker.

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How is Muriel now? She is still shaken up by it. She

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had injuries to her shoulders and to her wrists. But it is more the self

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esteem and self confidence. She finds it difficult to go out, still

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worries about what happened. There are also other things like the

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consequences of the fact that she had to have all the locks changed in

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her house, however there is one positive. Because the CCTV did

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clearly show her attacker, Leicestershire Police said because

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of the publicity they have had, they have had a number of calls and they

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do hope that the identity of the man may come forward and that they are

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following up those calls in a bid to find him.

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Well, if you think you might know who that offender is, you can check

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the CCTV again at our Facebook page. That's at facebook.com/bbc.emt.

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An inquest has heard how a pensioner died after she was left unsupervised

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in a care home with solid food she shouldn't eat. Betty Arch's care

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home was so bad the Care Quality Commission took the unusual step of

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forcing it to close. It was understaffed, and the former manager

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says the owner of the business didn't react to requests for more

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workers. Our health correspondent Rob Sissons reports.

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Betty Arch was 87. She had been left unsupervised in a room with the

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leftovers of sandwiches. Even though she was not supposed to have solids.

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Care plans were not kept up`to`date at the home. Nutrition was not

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monitored, staff reported being run ragged. They told the inquest they

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met themselves coming back. It happened back in 2012 at this now

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closed residential care home. The inquest heard about a catalogue of

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failings. Inspectors became increasingly concerned about them.

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The owner is the woman carrying the white pad. She told the coroner she

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had nothing to do with running care homes `` she now has nothing to do

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with running care homes. She was asked by the coroner she understood

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that an unexplained death was referred to the coroner and

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investigated. The coroner looked at her and said, it seems there was a

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great deal you did not know. The manager of the care home said that

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she had asked for more staff, but this did not meet with a positive

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response from the care home owner. Betty Arch's family solicitor

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described how residents paid directly of tables because there

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were not enough plates. The coroner questioned whether tablecloths might

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have been removed for meals to save on laundry bills.

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The Care Quality Commission said it had little choice but to take the

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extreme step of forcing the closure of the home, going to court to try

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and do it. The judge agreed. The owner contested it. The hearing has

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been adjourned, for the coroner to deliver her conclusion.

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Next tonight, the blind man refused service because of his guide dog.

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Steve Cunningham told us a restaurant turned him away and then

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a takeaway refused to let him in ` unless he left his Alsatian outside.

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Steve has been blind since the age of 12. He now tours the country

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giving speeches on overcoming disability. He says it's a disgrace

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that some premises are still barring him ` even though it's illegal.

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Sarah Teale has this report. This is what Steve Cunningham does

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every day. He does motivational talks to businesses and students

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like these. He encourages them to understand disability. So he was

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particularly disgusted at history month at these two premises. Steve

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says first this restaurant refused to allow him to dine with his guide

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dog. Then despite the allowed in to the takeaway on Tuesday, last night

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they were told to leave. In this day and age you should be in

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a situation whereby you should we faced with these challenges. Guide

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dogs for the Blind and the general public spend thousands and thousands

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of pounds enabling an amazing animal like this and creating the

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independence I have. So to be slapped in the face by not being

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allowed to go into a restaurant is wrong. The law States that blind and

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partially sighted people are entitled to the same rights to

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services such as restaurants as everybody else. And they should

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amend and no dogs policy to allow guide dogs onto the premises. As

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Mike a notebook 's policy. `` a no dogs policy. I think blind people

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should be respected like everybody else.

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Would it make you feel differently about going in? Yes, I think it

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would. I fly aeroplanes and race cars.

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Steve went blind at 12, the same age as Alice. She is going to get her

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first guide dog soon. How will she feel if she is out with her mum and

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dad and she gets thrown out of a restaurant?

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Have been any response from these premises? We have spoken to a

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spokesman for the owner of both premises. He said staff had told

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Steve he could dine at the restaurant, but accept they told him

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he couldn't bring his dog because they had a no dogs policy. At the

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kebab house they also accept Steve and Foster WERE asked to leave.

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Staff had told him he could wait on the street and they'd bring food out

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to him. They said this was because they hadn't been aware of the law

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regarding exceptions to guide dogs. They've now apologised, and said

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they hadn't meant to cause any offence.

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Still to come: We meet our man in Sofia. Jonathan Allen is the British

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Ambassador to Bulgaria. We caught up with him with his family back home

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in Nottingham. Bulgaria is warmer than we are! In

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fact we are in a bit of a shock. I will tell you more later.

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A motorist from Leicestershire is calling for a roundabout to be

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repainted after she had an accident.

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She hit another car. She said she did not see the roundabout, as the

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paint was to find it. Locals `` to faded.

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This is the roundabout that is the problem. Motorists do not seem to

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see it, so they do not stop. And hit another car because she did

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not realise the roundabout was there.

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`` Anne. I saw the `` no road markings leading me to believe I

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need to to stop. I considered it to be very worn out and dangerous

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because two other people said there had been to accidents there that

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week. We have only been here 15 minutes

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and Lily every driver chooses to either a law does not see the

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roundabout. `` nearly every driver. Cars go over the top of it because

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of the way it is placed. That is robbing all the paperwork off.

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Anybody not knowing the area, it is very hard to see. 's robbing the

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area's robbing the paintwork. You often see clear Mrs, or somebody

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goes in the railings either side because they are trying to avoid

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it. Especially at night time it is hard to see it. Yes, being a taxi

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driver we do see a lot of near accidents.

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Ann's accident was in November. She called for the roundabout to be

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repainted. County Hall accused me `` assured me they would send somebody

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out. Leicestershire County Council says

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it has visited the site, on the road markings are due to be repainted in

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the next few weeks. `` and the road markings.

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The Leicester clothing retailer Next has reported a 12% increase in

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annual profits to almost ?700 million pounds.

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`` ?700 million. The Enderby`based firm's figures were driven by strong

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growth in the catalogue and online parts of the business. Bosses said

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2013 had been a "great year". And Derby's Westfield Shopping

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Centre has been sold. The city centre complex has been

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bought by Intu, the same company that owns Nottingham's Broadmarsh

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and Victoria centres. It's entered into an agreement to take the site

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over for ?390 million. The Westfield centre opened in 2007.

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Early ticket bookings to see Kylie Minogue at Nottingham's Capital FM

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Arena were lost today due to a technical fault. Kylie's performing

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at the Arena in October, and pre`sale tickets for the gig were

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available today. But a lot of bookings were lost due to a fault by

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the ticketing system provider. Arena bosses are now urging fans to book

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tickets tonight before the general sale tomorrow morning.

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Three trusts which run academies in the East Midlands have been told

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they can't take on any more schools ` until they've improved standards

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at their existing ones. The Government says it's being tough on

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under`performance. But one of the three trusts says it had already

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taken its own decision not to expand for the time being. From Derby,

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Simon Hare reports. Landau Forte College in Derby `

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judged outstanding at its last full inspection. But recent results at

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some of the other academy schools run by the same trust have led the

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Government to say it can't take on any more schools at the moment. They

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sent us a letter in the autumn of last year saying they were minded

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not to let us expand any further, and as I politely pointed out to

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them, we already took that decision ourselves six or seven months ago

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because we recognised that we must embed the schools in their

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communities and we must improve their performance.

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The Landau foundation says, curiously, it's even been told by

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the Government it could take on a previously well performing primary

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school. Also affected by the expansion ban is the Djanogly

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Learning Trust in Nottingham. Its city academy was one of the first in

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the country. Last year, it was placed in special measures.

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Officials say they're working with the Government to make rapid

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improvements. I do think it shows that all this stuff that's been

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coming out from the Government about, you know, academies are the

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way forward, academies raise standards, academies are the bee's

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knees ` well, I think actually this is proving that that's not

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necessarily the case. The Department for Education insists

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that like Landau Forte College here in Derby, the vast majority of

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academies are performing well. But it says it's unapologetic in

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tackling poor performance wherever it finds it.

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New figures show Nottingham still has one of the worst records in the

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country for truancy among schoolchildren. The city comes near

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the bottom of the national league table for persistently absent pupils

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in both primary and secondary schools. While there's been some

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improvement over the last two years, around 10% of pupils still regularly

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miss classes. Managers in charge of the

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controversial HS2 rail project were in the East Midlands today to

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explain more about the possible economic impact on the region.

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There's been a mixed response to the high speed route, which includes a

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planned station at Toton. Some council leaders want to see it moved

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to Derby instead, to boost jobs there. But others say it's more

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important that the line's built quickly. Constructing the Tram in

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Nottingham, construction has started in the right of locations and we are

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capable of joining the route up. I think the same approach needs to be

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taken with HS2. So that we can massively good `` `` massively

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reduce the time schedule for completion.

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Still to come ` Through the Keyhole, with the chairman of Nottingham

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Forest. Fawaz Al`Hasawi opens up parts of

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the city Ground that fans rarely get to explore.

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Next, to "our man in Sofia". The British Ambassador in Bulgaria is

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Jonathan Allen from Nottingham, and he's come back for a visit to his

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home city. The issue of immigration to the UK

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from Bulgaria has been keeping him busy. But he also promotes Britain,

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and claims to be Sofia's only Nottingham Forest fan! Simon Ward

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has been to meet him. The ambassador and his family

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including new baby Benedict are back to see his mother in Nottingham. But

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in his professional life Jonathan Allen represents the Queen and the

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UK Government in Bulgaria. He is often on national television using

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his fluent Bulgarian. The Foreign Office expect us all to

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learn languages, it is a big priority of William Hague, and all

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ambassadors learn the language of the country they go to. `` most

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city, most people do not speak city, most people do not speak

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English. So to have influence, to be able to talk to people in their own

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line which, makes a huge difference. People must ask about immigration to

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and from Bulgaria. The first statistics are not out until June or

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so, nobody is reporting a big change, but Bulgaria worries about

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that it is losing some of its more talented youngsters, they are

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worried about a bit of a brain drain. There is a great strength and

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solidity in Bargoed area and family, and I now have two

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hometowns, `` in Bulgaria. Are you able to follow your favourite

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football team? Nottingham Forest of course, I get to follow them over

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the Internet which is great, and I have high hopes for the season still

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despite the blip we are going through.

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As a pragmatic man, Jonathan likes to talk and even sing Bulgarian

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viewers about his job. `` a patriotic man.

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Simon Ward there, meeting the British Ambassador to Bulgaria.

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While that was being filmed, we got to thinking about Bulgaria.

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Yes ` and our knowledge was a bit patchy it's fair to say. Anyway, we

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decided to share some of our new`found knowledge with you. The

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first Bulgarians settled there in around 500BC, before being conquered

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by Alexander the Great and then by the Romans. The first Bulgarian

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state was established in 681AD. The roses grown in Bulgaria's Rose

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Valley produce most of the world's rose oil, which is a component in

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many perfumes. Bulgaria has a public holiday

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dedicated to St George every year on sixth May, to mark the beginning of

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summer and the new farming cycle. He's the patron saint of spring,

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fertility, shepherds and farmers in Bulgaria.

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Bulgarians are more dissatisfied with their life than any other

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country in the EU, according to the latest World Happiness Report.

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And finally, you might not know that Bulgarians shake their heads to mean

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yes and nod for no, but sometimes, especially in resorts and cities,

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they do it the other way around. Not confusing at all. I hope our

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Ambassador knows what they mean, anyway! That's quite extraordinary.

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Hundreds of magnificent shire horses are gathering in the East Midlands

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ahead of the annual show in Grantham.

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The competitive event takes place in Allington this weekend and will

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feature more than 200 horses, some of which are brought in from Sweden.

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It is the largest gathering of shire horses in the world. We have

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competitors coming from Europe, so it is the gathering of all the best

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shire horses in this country and abroad.

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Wonder if there are any from Bulgaria?

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It's been like an episode of Through The Keyhole at Nottingham Forest

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today. Chairman Fawaz Al`Hasawi took the rare step of opening up the

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stadium, so fans could explore parts of the city Ground they never

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normally get to experience. The chairman himself was there to meet

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the fans too. Kirsty Edwards reports.

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This is what the fans are used to here at Forest ` sat in the stands,

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watching the action on the pitch. Today, though, they got treated to

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something very different. The queues were constant, as

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supporters got the chance to go behind the scenes and grab a word

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with the chairman. No problem, this is my club and yours too.

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I would like to thank the fans, that's why I make this special day

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for them, so I can sit with them and talk to them, and we feel altogether

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like one family, and we are. We win together, we lose together ` I know

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maybe at the moment we are maybe struggling to be in the play off,

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but there is a big chance for Nottingham, I still believe in the

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manager and the staff and everybody, and the players. I'm pushing hard as

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much as I can to make these fans happy, and I am really proud of

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them. From the boardroom, up to the

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directors' box. These are parts of the city ground they don't usually

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get this close to ` plus, there was a glimpse of the European trophies

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and the man who helped the club win them. You don't see many chairmen at

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many clubs doing it, but obviously the chairman here's felt it's the

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right thing to do. I think it's a great idea. And there's one or two

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people that have had their photographs taken next to the

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European Cup ` they'll never get another chance, possibly! So from

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that point of view it's just been excellent. It's been nice seeing

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behind the scenes, talking to Fawaz, and he's a real gentleman. I've seen

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all the trophies, and sitting in the directors' box. They're lovely,

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comfortable seats up there. Lots of happy fans, then ` and

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perhaps even some future stars. You going to play here some day? Yeah.

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And this one's learning to dive already.

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Quick news from elsewhere ` Derbyshire Cricket have announced a

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renaming of the County Ground. Will Hughes is back from injury at

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Derby County. Form goes totally out of the window, derby games are a

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fight to the end. Time for me to go, but I'll leave

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you with the two Leicester City players doing their bit for Sport

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Relief ` star striker Jamie Vardy and midfield favourite Andy King.

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They've been swapping their shooting boots for shooting hoops, as Natalie

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Jackson reports. Leicester City striker Jamie is

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scoring goals for fan `` fun at the moment, but when he and Andy tried

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out wheelchair basketball they were certainly out of the comfort zone.

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It is quite hard, but you get used to it. Banging into each other, it

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is a very hectic sport. The Leicester team are one of the

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biggest disability sports clubs in the Midlands. `` Lester Cobras.

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Sport Relief have given us a grant to train up new coaches, and for

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spare parts for the wheelchairs. Funding enabled a couple of asked to

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take our level one coaching, and that really helps. Something like

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Sport Relief keeps the club alive. Steve lost both legs in a bomb

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attack while serving his country in Northern Ireland. He has been with

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the Cobras for 16 years. They cut funding quite a lot in a lot of

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sports. And it is not only Leicester who are us `` Leicester City who are

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a success. If the Cobras beat Sheffield this weekend, they go top

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of the league. Come on, Cobras!

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The weather. If you have been enjoying the mild weather of late,

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it is set to turn noticeably colder over the coming day, `` days. There

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will however still be plenty of dry weather. And you, Kevin, for this

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picture. Once the rain clears tonight, it will be drier and quite

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chilly. `` thank you, Kevin. Once this clears through tonight, the

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colder air will come in behind. This is the current position of the rain,

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there is some heavy bursts. Wet and windy as it clears away, then behind

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it one or two heavy sharp showers. Then it is a dry night, the cloud

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clears, and under the clear skies temperatures drop tonight. Lows of

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two or three degrees in the city centres. In rubble sheltered spots,

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there is that risk of frost. `` rural sports.

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A bright start first thing, but as we go through the morning we see a

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little bit or cloud coming in from the west and then a scattering of

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showers as we go through the afternoon. These may be heavy with a

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risk of hail and thunder. There will still be sunshine in between,

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though, and it is filling colder with a high of just 10 Celsius. A

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blustery south`westerly wind. Low pressure stays in charge this

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weekend. There will be a fair amount of dry weather still, but we are

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expecting sunshine and showers on Saturday. A similar story on Sunday,

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but when thinking `` one thing to note is that on Sunday night in

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particular the temperatures will drop to a widespread frost.

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I wanted to get out in the garden. Just mind your delicate! ``

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delicates. `` delicate plants.

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