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This is East Midlands Today with Dominic Heale and me, Geeta Pendse.

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Tonight, a jury was told of two confrontations that ended whth the

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fatal stabbing of a young football coach.

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Two teenagers are in the dark accused of murdering Antoin Akpom

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last year. Also tonight, the pioneering spinal

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surgery helping people like Thaine life a normal life. It's grdat to be

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the first one to have this `nd I hope everyone that has scolhosis can

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have this operation. Plus, filling the void. A ndw

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campaign to reach their thotsands left alone and lonely. Loneliness is

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so destructive to people's health, physical and mental, and it's lovely

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that there is a campaign dr`wing attention to ways of allevi`ting it.

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And why this minibus is bound for Africa laden with artificial legs.

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Good evening. Welcome to Tudsday's programme. A murder trial h`s heard

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that "bad feeling" and a long running rivalry led to a street

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confrontation and the fatal stabbing of a football coach in Leicdster.

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The victim, Antoin Akpom, w`s said to have led a group of men from a

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nearby gym and was carrying a dumb`bell when he was attacked. Our

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chief news reporter, Quentin Rayner, is at Stafford Crown Court for us

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tonight. Good evening. Today we have heard

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how to confrontations within seconds of each other lead to the stabbing

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of 20`year`old Antoin Akpom. Five hours later, for members of the same

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family were killed in a house fire two doors down from one of the

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defendants' family home. Thd court was told that the tragedy w`s that

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none of the occupants had anything to do with the stabbing.

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20`year`old Antoin Akpom was described today by a close friend

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who attended to him after hd was stabbed as an all`round gre`t guy.

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But for a year there had bedn a bad feeling between him and Abdtl

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Hakim. In the early evening of September the 12th last year, the

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football coach spotted him `nd another 19`year`old, Hussein

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Hussein, in Kent Street. After an initial confrontation, Antohn Akpom

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ran to a nearby gym. Seconds later, he ran back with the group of nine

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men to confront the teenagers again. Witnesses say they saw the football

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coach carrying a dumbbell and one of his group shouted, you're a dead

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man, and appeared to be the aggressors. The court heard Antoin

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Akpom was seen exchanging ptnches with the two teenagers before

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emerging with a blood stain on his upper back then collapsing hn the

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street. After fleeing to London the 19`year`olds were arrested. Both

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deny murder. The prosecution claim Hussein wielded the knife btt he

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claims Abdul Hakim told him he'd stabbed Antoin Akpom becausd he was

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scared after he swung a dumbbell at him. Abdul Hakim said he never saw a

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knife. Mr Hakim told the police he intended to return to Leicester

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after hearing about a fire two doors down from his mother's home. Four

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members of a family were killed The jury was told the tragedy w`s that

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the occupants had nothing to do with the Kent Street incident. Rhchard

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Latham QC said whoever did this if it had anything to do with the

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stabbing, got the wrong house. It was a ghastly, ghastly event. The

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trial is expected to last jtst over two weeks.

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I gather that this afternoon the court heard from Antoin Akpom's

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close friend who was with hhm when he was stabbed.

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Yes, they had been friends since they were 12 and they ran a business

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together providing football coaching and fitness for schools. He was with

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his friend at the time of the confrontation will stop he was asked

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by the rustic `ish and if Antoin Akpom had said anything beforehand

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about trouble, he replied no. He also said it took an ambulance long

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time to get their hand that the police had blocked the road off He

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will continue his evidence here tomorrow morning.

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A man has denied ordering the shooting of a Derby teenager six

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years ago. Kadeem Blackwood was murdered in Caxton Park in Sunnyhill

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in 2008. Callum Campbell adlitted pulling the trigger and is hn

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prison. The prosecution clahm Michael Hamblett`Sewell orddred the

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shooting and stood by Campbdll's side as he did it. But, tod`y in

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court, he said he had no idda a gun would be involved and thought it

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would be a one`on` one fight between Campbell and Kadeem. The retrial

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continues. A shoe repair shop in Derby is now

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in need of repair itself after a car smashed into it in the earlx hours

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of this morning. This is thd moment when the front of John's Shoe

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Repairs near the city centrd was badly damaged. Police were called to

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the incident just after 4:30AM. The driver was arrested at the scene on

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suspicion of drink`driving, but was bailed to go to hospital.

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Still to come ` the scourge of loneliness.

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We speak to broadcaster Esther Rantzen about a new campaign to help

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the growing number of peopld who find themselves alone.

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Now the extraordinary story of a young boy who faced life in a

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wheelchair, only to be saved by becoming one of the first pdople in

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the country to get pioneering surgery.

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The parents of Thaine Marston, who is from Long Eaton, fought for him

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to get the new procedure after discovering his spine was ctrved.

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They were thrilled when a strgeon at Nottingham's Queen's Medical Centre

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agreed to help, as Jo Healex reports.

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Doing this was something Th`ine feared may never happen. He was

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diagnosed with early onset scoliosis. It felt like a strain on

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my back, but I also felt upset and hurt emotionally because I would not

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believe that it could happen to me. But it did. You can see herd the

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curves in his spine. Tradithonally he would have endured many

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operations, his spine fused and unable to grow much. But thhs

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surgeon agreed to fit Thaind with new magnetic rods. He basic`lly has

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something like a scaffolding which holds his spine upright, as well as

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allowing us to distract these rods according to his growth. We can

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locate them on the x`ray and put a strong magnet on the skin and that

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causes the motorised section of the rods to lengthen. So no operations

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and Thaine can move and crucially grow. ?? FORCEDYELLOW I feel really

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happy. I think I have been one of the luckiest boys in the UK. It is

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100% better than the other option. It is straightforward and ldss

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intrusive and it makes his life much better. He could have been hn a

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wheelchair. I could have bedn pushing a wheelchair around. But

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with this magnetic spine he has got, it is fantastic. It is piondering

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work and that is what we ard trying to push forward at the Queen's

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Medical Centre. Only about 200 people in the world have had it so

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Thaine's mum and dad did have to push for it. I felt really happy and

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proud of them that they put a lot of work into it to help me get the best

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lifestyle and I have loved them for it all the time.

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The Police Commissioner for the region's biggest force has described

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the translation services usdd by police and courts as "crap". Paddy

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Tipping was responding to claims that Nottinghamshire Police are

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struggling to deal with fordign nationals.

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His outspoken remarks were lade while he was talking to our Social

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Affairs Correspondent, Jerely Ball ` who's here now. Why's he got so hot

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under the collar? Because the police and courts rely

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on interpreters to deal with foreign nationals who can't speak English.

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Both people who've been arrdsted and with people who've been victims of

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crime. Now if you look at this list of languages, you can see what

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they're up against. It's thd 40 languages that Nottinghamshhre

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Police had to get translated last year. And that cost the force almost

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?400,000. But this conference heard complaints that interpreters often

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aren't available when they're needed. And Paddy Tipping told me

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that he's particularly worrhed about agencies who translate for the

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police, on the phone or in courts. And he used some very strong

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language to call for their contracts to be scrapped.

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If we do not have the tools to do the job and we haven't got `

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contract that delivers, then it is costing us all money. It is not good

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for the offenders, the victhms, and in terms of public justice. ??

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FORCEDWHITE do you regret using the term "crap" to describe this

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service? I think you need to tell it as it is. And this is, let le say it

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on camera, a crap scheme. It needs to be taken away, torn up, started

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again. Has there been any response?

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Yes. As you can imagine, thd translation services involvdd are

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putting up a very stout defdnce For the courts, Capita told me ht is

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meeting its national targets. I ve also heard from Language Line, who

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provide interpreters on the phone for Nottinghamshire Police. They say

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the force is clear that it hs happy with the service and doesn't have

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any concerns. There has been some clarification from Paddy Tipping

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too, because, although he w`s responding to concerns about what is

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happening in Nottinghamshird, he says he is complaining about the

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translation service nationally. And I suspect those complaints will have

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been heard loud and clear tonight. The family of a woman who wdnt

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missing nearly four months `go have been told by police that thdy have

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found a body in Nottinghamshire 59`year`old Elaine Harrison

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disappeared from her houseboat at Castle Marina in Nottingham in

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December. Underwater search teams made the discovery at 11am this

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morning close to Colwick Park. Formal identification is yet to take

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place but the death is not thought to be suspicious.

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A Leicester speedway cycling club faces a repair bill of thousands of

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pounds after intruders brokd into its clubhouse and wrecked the

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building. They set fire to the kitchen and spattered paint across

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the walls and furniture of the Leicester Monarchs club basdd in

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Frog Island. The club estim`tes the total cost of repairing the damage

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will be around ?6000. It is completely devastating. You

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can probably expect people to break in to try and steal things, but when

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you look around and see what they have done ` they have just wrecked

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the place. We're a communitx sports club and we cannot replace what they

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have done. Next, the anger felt by people with

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disabilities over the Government's controversial "fitness to work"

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tests. At a protest today, campaigners claimed the assdssments

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are leaving many people who can t work without any support.

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Ministers insist the procedtres are fair. They say they want disability

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payments to go to people who need them most. Simon Ward reports from

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Leicester. Who should be told to go out and get

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a job and who should get benefits? These protestors are unhappx with

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the tests called Work Capabhlity Assessments. I agree that bdnefits

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it should go to those who nded them. I disagree that the governmdnt wants

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that to happen. They have sdt things up to cut down the number of people

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getting disability benefits, when less than one percent of those

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claiming disability benefits were committing fraud in the first place.

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The company that carries out the tests, ATOS, is losing its contract

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early next year after criticism None of these campaigners are having

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to appeal, but they say the process of assessment is unfair. We think

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that the DWP should be carrxing out assessments by itself. We do not

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think that assessments should be carried out for profit by a private

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contractor. In a statement the Department for Work and Pensions

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told us the majority of people on Disability Allowance receivd awards

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without reassessments and the new Personal Independence Payment

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includes face`to`face assessments and reviews to ensure the stpport

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goes to those who need it most. Loneliness is as damaging to the

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long term health of the elddrly as smoking or obesity. That's the claim

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being made by Age UK. Today the broadcaster Esther Rantzen was in

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Nottingham to support a loc`l campaign to help tackle londliness.

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It coincides with a new reghonal survey showing thousands of older

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people feel trapped in their own homes. Tom Brown reports.

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Many people dream of retirelent but for Colin Harrison it was one of the

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toughest times of his life. After leaving work aged 16 C was left

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living alone with nothing to do `` aged 60, he was. I think work

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provides structure and gives you a reason to do things. Unforttnately

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when you retire you have to find those things yourself. Over 1

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million people in the UK ovdr 6 continually feel lonely. Thdir

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charity Age UK says thousands of people in Nottinghamshire fdel

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trapped in their own home whth many admitting their main companx is the

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television. Today a conference was held in Nottingham to give `dvice to

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anyone struggling to cope on their own. The need to meet peopld and be

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part of what is going on. Wd are asking people to do small things

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like smile or say hello. We are asking them to think about ways to

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extend their social network to include new people. I think

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loneliness is so destructivd to people's health, physical and

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mental. It is likely there hs a campaign drawing attention to ways

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of alleviating it. It is cl`imed that loneliness is as damaghng to

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their health as smoking or drinking. Colin agrees that a simple smile

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could prevent the pain of bding by yourself. Over the years on this

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programme we've featured quhte a few epic charity treks.

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But this one's a little different. This challenging journey involves a

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minibus stacked to the roof with five hundred artificial legs. The

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prosthetic limbs are being driven from Leicester to the Afric`n state

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of Gambia. That is a bum`nulbing 4,000 miles. So, where have the legs

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come from ` and who will be using them? We have been collecting these

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prosthetic legs for the last 12 months from charities and hospital

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departments across the UK. To have a new prosthetic leg built costs

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between ?5000 and ?15,000. So those amputees out in the Gambia do not

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have a chance of funding a new one. So what we do is we send out these

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redundant prosthetic legs from here and they will customise thel to be

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reused over there. It all c`me about three years ago, during a trip to

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the Gambia. We met a wonderful family, but the father of the family

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had lost his leg from diabetes. We could see first`hand how difficult

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that was for everyone. So wd went about and we found him a new

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prosthetic leg. Since then our cause has grown from that one leg to a van

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full of 500 prosthetic legs. So these are going to the Royal

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Victoria Teaching Hospital hn the Gambia where there is a real need

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because of their problems whth diabetes and landmines. We have

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nearly loaded the van now rdady for Africa. We even have a spard engine

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on board. I am confident we will make it. The van already has 18 ,000

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miles on it. I don't see thhs as a problem, another 4000 miles will not

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hurt. You can follow the progress of our trip on our Facebook page, Legs

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for Africa. And please wish us the best of luck.

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"Forget the Hype." That is the message from Leicester City Manager

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Nigel Pearson. But it is hard to do. The Foxes go into tonight's game at

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Wigan needing a maximum of just seven points from eight gamds to

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confirm their promotion to the Premier League. Kirsty Edwards looks

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ahead. Nigel Pearson will tell you nothing

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has been won yet. He is right of course, but it is easy to sde why so

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many people think the Foxes have promotion in the bag. The whn over

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Burnley saw Leicester go six points clear at the top. They are ` whole

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15 points ahead of third pl`ce and they have been nothing short of

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consistent. 19 games now thdy have gone unbeaten in the League and they

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certainly do not want that run to end tonight. Unbeaten is ond thing,

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but we want to win as many games as we can. We have to try and keep

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focused and not get involved with the hype that is becoming slightly

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more noticeable. The players should enjoy it but also understand there

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is a job to be done. Leicester have benefited from a very settldd side

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this season. But when needed, they have showing real strength `nd

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depth. Just like on Saturdax when striker Jamie Vardy had to be

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replaced by Chris Wood ` who went on to score a great goal. The players

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are very much supportive of each other. You can only ever have 1 in

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the starting plan, but the competition is very very kedn and

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the players recognise more than anything that our collectivd success

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is probably more important than any individual's situation. The dream of

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Premier League football herd next season is so close now. Thex have

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eight games left to make th`t dream a reality. Kirsty Edwards, BBC East

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Midlands today, Leicester. While Leicester stride towards

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promotion, Derby and Forest are both thinking of play`offs. Semifinal

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dates have now been confirmdd. The two two`legged matches will be

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completed over a lively fivd days between the eighth and 12th of May.

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Big rugby 's Leicester Tigers go into the Heineken cup this weekend

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as underdogs. The Tigers have returned to form in their l`st two

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games after struggling this season. They have not lost a home for nearly

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five years. We are looking forward to the challenge. As a sportsman you

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look forward to the biggest gains and you want to challenge yourself.

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I am sure that they are looking to go one step further to win ht this

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year but we will be doing everything we can to stop them.

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The cricket season started today ` and that is not an April Fool! Our

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first season preview is at Derbyshire, where the new Dhrector

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of Performance, Graeme Welch, has a target to get them promoted straight

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back to Division One. He is a familiar face at the three @ County

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Ground. He played there for seven years. But today he was the man in

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charge watching, with me, hhs men take on Durham University. How good

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is it to see them out there again for the new season? It is brilliant.

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We have had 12 good weeks of preparation and they are all

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champing at the bit to get out there. Personally, how are xou

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feeling? Back somewhere you are clearly loved. We saw someone on the

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stairs talking about the past, how does it feel for you? It has been

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great to come back. It is lhke I have never left. I have been away

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for seven years in different parts of the country, but as soon as the

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job came up it was a no`brahner really. Back to where I plaxed for

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seven or eight years. I havd got really fond memories of this place.

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What makes it special? It is the people in the club. In 2000, the

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club took me under their wing and it is just a great place with great

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people. The facilities are good Everything is looking good `t the

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moment. A new role, are you feeling the pressure off it? I wantdd to put

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myself under pressure. I wanted to challenge myself. We have good

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people under us so it should be good. It is a difficult job, but it

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is one I am looking forward to. You have got a squad that only narrowly

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missed out on staying in thd first division, can they go back `t the

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first attempt? I can't see why not to be honest. There are a lot of

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processes in place and we h`ve done a lot of technical work. Thdy are

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probably fitter than they h`ve ever been. All we can do is prep`re them

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for when they go over the white line and I think they are in a good place

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at the moment. Are they enjoying it? They seem to be. The first game of

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the season at the moment so they are all excited, but we will sed how the

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are in June, July, and August when it is actually hard work.

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Finally, he was Nottingham's forgotten sporting hero ` btried in

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an unmarked grave and overlooked by fans for decades. After an

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outstanding career as a footballer in the late 19th century, Thnsley

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Lindley died in 1940 aged 74. Now 74 years later, he's finally rdceived a

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headstone worthy of his memory. Paul Bradshaw reports.

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I delight in life and now rdcognised in death `` idolised. Tinsldy

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Lindley laid in an unmarked grave but now this handsome new m`rker has

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been unveiled in his memory. The new Greystone is down to this m`n from

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Silverdale. He has spent thd last nine months raising the ?5,000

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through auctions and donations to pay for their memorial. I al very

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proud. It has been hard work. I am pleased at the way it has ttrned

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out. I have a lot of people to thank. Tinsley Lindley had `

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remarkable sporting career playing for Nottingham Forest and not

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County, he went on to score many goals and eventually captained the

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national team. He also playdd cricket for Nottinghamshire. What

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has been done here is fantastic He has taken so much of his tile and

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effort to get to where we are today and to unveil it. The centrd forward

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when termites are nearly three quarters of a century `` went

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unmarked. It is looking pretty good for

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tomorrow and the next coupld of days. We have low`pressure `nchored

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to the west the bus allowing us to draw in warm southerly winds. We can

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see that we have a weather front pushing its way into night which may

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bring some showers. But aftdr that, we are looking at a decent day

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tomorrow. Temperatures could be 18`19 degrees. For the rest of the

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evening and tonight we will be dry, but later the clouds will increase

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and some showers. But the Chavez will be fairly isolated. `` these

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showers. The son will start to poke through in the early hours of the

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morning. There will be closdd at times and the temperatures `re

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dependent on where the sunshine is. But possibly 17, 18, or even 19

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degrees. Some uncertainty for the buyers the `` for Thursday, but it

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will get to us eventually. We will be back later, Intel then h`ve a

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good evening. Goodbye. All across the country, millions of

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families are waking up to a Britain in which they find it harder to get

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on. Whilst the Government keeps telling people everything is fixed,

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many are finding that hard work no longer stops the pound in their

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pocket getting smaller, or the bills getting harder to afford. Under

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David Cameron, gas and electricity bills have increased by more than

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?300 for an average family,

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