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

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Tonight: A court hears of the moment a couple were attacked by a charging

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bull. Roger Freeman was killed and his

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wife was injured in the attack. The only denies manslaughter.

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Leicester's promotion payday, what going up means for the club and the

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city. This may look like any other train

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but if you do anything wrong out there, this lot will be after you.

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Can our businesses make it big in Brazil? I will report on a trade

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mission to the huge city of Sao Paulo.

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We talk to the proud owner of Grand National sensation Pineau De Re.

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Good evening. Welcome to Monday's programme. First

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tonight: A court's heard how a rambler was gored to death by a

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rampaging bull. Roger and Glenis Freeman from

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Leicestershire were walking across a field in South Nottinghamshire when

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the animal charged them. 63`year`old Roger was killed. Glenis was

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injured, but escaped with her life. The prosecution says Mr Freeman's

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death amounts to manslaughter because of gross negligence on the

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part of Paul Waterfall, the farmer who owned the bull. He denies the

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charge. James Roberson reports. Arriving at Nottingham Crown Court

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today, Farmer Paul Waterfall is accused of a gross breach of his

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duty of care to walkers that used one of his fields. The court heard

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in November 2010 keen walkers Glenys and Roger Freeman were walking from

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Nottingham to Loughborough when they arrived at his field. Halfway across

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it they realised there were cows and a ball in the field. The jury heard

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that Glenys hurried ahead of Roger and she heard a noise behind her.

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She turned and Roger had been hit by the bowl. It repeatedly attacked

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them both and Gordon stamped on Roger and tossed in the air. The

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last thing he heard her cry to him is, I am sorry, I cannot get us out

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of this. Mr Freeman died of multiple injuries. The court also heard there

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had been another incident with the ball in the same field some weeks

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earlier involvement some electrical engineers who were working there.

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The two men tried to fend the ball off with rods they carried and one

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managed to escape over barbed wire and into a hedge and the other got

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out of the field and ran around to where his colleague was, only to

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find the ball standing over both of them as they cowered in a ditch.

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They were saved by Paul Waterfall who arrived with a digger machine.

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It is alleged that there was another incident in the same field two weeks

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before Roger Freeman died. The prosecution alleges that the ball

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was aggressive and proposed a risk to walkers. The ball was put down

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after Roger Freeman's death. The trial could last five weeks.

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A murder investigation has started after the body of a woman was found

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in Derby. She was discovered in an area known for high levels of crime,

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but police say they're keeping an open mind about how she died.

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They are looking for evidence everywhere on and below the street.

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The forensic tech shows where the body of the white woman in her 30s

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was found by a member of the public yesterday morning. Since then it has

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become a murder investigation and the police are hoping for more

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information. If they saw anything suspicious at all, please can they

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contact us. If you saw anybody fitting the description of a woman,

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54, shoulders should link each `` five tall, shoulder`length dark hair

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and wearing camouflage leggings and a black fleece top, please could you

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contact the incident room. This street has a poor reputation for

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crime, particularly drugs and prostitution. A few years ago it was

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even called smack Ali but residents have said that name is out of date

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and no longer deserved although it can be a difficult place to lead ``

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live. There are dirty needles, blood, drugs, guns, prostitution. It

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is not good. You do get police coming down every now and again to

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stop domestics but it is not too bad. Most of them did move out. It

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is not clear if this death has any connection to the crime problems in

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the area. A postmortem was taking place this afternoon as the

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investigation continues. The East Midlands has a Premier

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League football team again. After ten years out of the top flight,

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Leicester City were promoted at the weekend without even playing. It's

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good for sports fan of course but some are predicting it'll mean a big

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financial boost for the local economy and for jobs too. Kirsty

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Edwards reports. After all the celebrating, it is

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back to business here at the training ground today. Off the

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pitch, this promotion is big business for the whole city. It is

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not just the players and the club that will benefit financially.

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Having a team in the top flight has huge benefits. One study carried out

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when Swansea were promoted to the Premier league showed 400 new jobs

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were created and there was a huge boost to the economy. There have

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been some studies that suggest places around the size of this one

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might benefit from 40 or ?50 million worth of business, maybe a number of

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new jobs. Whether you are a football fan or not, the news at the weekend

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is something to give a big lift to the city. You will get a lot of

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business coming through with the fans and what have you. It is good

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to see because it is a nice city. We are not really known, are we,

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Leicester? It will bring more people into the city when the home matches

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are on, that is for sure. The profile of Leicester is set to be

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raised, not just here in this city `` country. Premiership football has

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an international profile which is very important for Leicester because

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we want to be noticed in the UK and around the world. It is good news

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for the economy of the city because inevitably brings business to our

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city and profile to our city and it brings investment and jobs and all

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of those are very important as well as what happens on the field.

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Hitting the jackpot on and off the pitch, no wonder the champagne has

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already been flowing. In other news tonight:

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Nottinghamshire County Council is seeking urgent talks with the

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Government and UK Coal over the threatened closure of the county's

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last deep mine. 600 jobs are under threat at

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Thoresby Colliery. UK Coal announced it'll shut the site by next Autumn,

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after it ran into major financial problems. The County Council says

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closing the mine would have a devastating impact on the community,

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where unemployment and levels of deprivation are above the national

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average. The managing director of the

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Derby`based train`maker Bombardier is leaving the company. Francis

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Paonessa helped the firm win a ?1 billion Crossrail contract. He's

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moving to Network Rail to become the new head of infrastructure projects,

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where he'll be helping to deliver the electrification of the Midland

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Mainline. The M1 in Leicestershire was closed

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for over two hours today after a lorry crashed into the central

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reservation. The air ambulance was called to the scene just south of

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Leicester this lunchtime and the driver of the lorry was taken to

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hospital. His injuries aren't thought to be life threatening.

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Those are pictures from a viewer there.

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I was the viewer, I was there at! Next tonight, astonishing pictures

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of the risks people take and the damage they do when they trespass on

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our railway lines. Last year alone there were more than 500 incidents

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in the East Midlands and it's expected to get worse as the schools

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break up for Easter. Jo Healey investigates the latest tactic to

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try to keep youngsters safe.v Still to come:

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look at the risk they are running. Trains can travel up to 125 miles an

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hour and take a mile and a quarter to stop. We have had a number of

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fatalities in the East Midlands. They race `` they weigh 400 tonnes

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so they cannot stop easily. This attack happened locally as well at

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this trespassing. He is walking his dog, just some of the reasons why

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safety trains have returned to the East Midlands. This looks like any

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normal train but it is staffed by officers from British Transport

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Police, and by staff from network rail. Their job, if they see

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anything that is going on that should not be like trespassing is to

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stop the train straightaway and get out there and deal with it. Today

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they are patrolling this line. There were 57 reports of trespassing and

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vandalism on this line alone last year. On tracks across the East

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Midlands there were 500 incidents, with 14 reported just last week. The

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delays they cause cost Network Rail ?1.3 million a year in

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compensation. They do talk to children in schools about this kind

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of thing and now they have the safety trains. We want to catch the

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people who think it is OK to take short cuts or play chicken or put

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obstructions on the line. We were responding to a fraternity last week

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and people were trespassing nearby at the same time. Caution, fine,

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jail, all penalties that people do this sort of thing can be faced with

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but they are hoping that the Newbridge rolls. Them in their

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tracks. `` the new patrols will stop them in their tracks.

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Still to come: A winner by a mile. This is Pineau de Re romping home in

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the Grand National. We'll be speaking live to owner John Provan a

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little later. After the downpours today, what are

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the odds of some sunshine later tomorrow? Place your bets, I will

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have a tip`off for you. Now, the economic recovery's under

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way, but most of it's happening in the south. One way East Midlands

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companies are being urged to put that right is by exploiting the

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world's emerging markets. Places like India, Turkey, Brazil. Brazil's

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in the spotlight as the host of the World Cup but it's also seeing its

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own economic miracle, one that could help create jobs here. In the first

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of a special series, Mike O'Sullivan travelled to Brazil to see how the

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South American nation's destiny could be closely entwined with ours.

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They call the Brazilian super city of Sao Paulo the New York of the

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tropics. It is a World Cup venue, place for World Cup protest as well.

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It is big. 13 million people and big on business. Doing business in Sao

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Paulo means getting around the city's legendary traffic problem.

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Some Brazilians do that by helicopter and this building has a

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helipad 24 stories up. Can our businesses get lift in this economic

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powerhouse to make their export ambitions take flight? Six

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businesses and organisations have come here on a four`day trade

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mission from the East Midlands. This is their market briefing from UK

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Trade Investment, the government agency that setup the trip. This

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businessman is from a company based in Leicestershire. Back home the

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firm employs 11 people, making specialist cooling equipment for

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everything from laboratories laser printers. We have to export. The

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market in the UK is pretty saturated. We are doing OK in the

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States and that will continue to grow but we must find growth

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elsewhere. Many companies are not making Brazil are high priority.

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Around ?160 million worth of manufactured goods were exported to

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Brazil from the East Midlands last year. That is up 7%. Brazil is down

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in 20 Fourth Place of the list of countries that this region exports

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to. It is the same as the national figure. We have set a target to

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double our exports and we are determined to achieve that.

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Is that really achievable? I think it is achievable. I think it is

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stretching but I think it is achievable. Education has been

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identified as a growth sector for our universities. The University of

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Nottingham has sent out an academic to make links in Sao Paulo and Rio.

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They want to attract more Brazilian students and get a share of research

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grants for oil and gas. A lot of our research income could arise out of

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that development. If you can make it big here, there is huge potential.

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Remember this story from the programme about Julius in Leicester

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that was protected during a raid by an anti`theft smoke screen? The

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smokes green company has returned on its second trade mission. Orders

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from banks and other customers have made Brazil its biggest market.

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There is a particular type of attack where they use a dynamite to blow up

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ATM enclosures. In the UK we have a similar type of attack which we

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think is happening often because we had 40 attacks. In Brazil they have

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40 a month. There is a chance to network at an evening reception.

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This could be a city and country that stretches the horizons of our

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businesses. Tomorrow they will look at how the

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Triumph motorcycle company is taking part in that Brazilian move.

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A Derbyshire businessman hasn't stopped celebrating since his horse

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romped to victory in the Grand National at Aintree on Saturday. 25

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to one shot Pinea De Re won the race by five lengths. Now his co`owner

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John Provan, who's a former jockey, is already planning to enter him in

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a second National. And tonight the much coveted Grand National Trophy

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is right here in the East Midlands. It's at John's farm near Doveridge

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and we can speak to him now. John, many congratulations, are you still

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celebrating? Yes, thank you very much, we are. I

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am afraid I am a bit hoarse after all the shouting on Saturday and my

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voice has not recovered. I am sure it will. Nobody can blame you in the

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least! What does it mean to have that beautiful trophy in York and

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is? It is fantastic. There are an awful lot of people who would give

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their right arm to be here today with this trophy. It is the highest

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accolade in National Hunt racing. Any jockey, any owner, any train

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would want to win a grand trash and `` Grand National on this trophy

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represents that. It must have been quite stressful watching the race.

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Tell us what you were thinking. There are 30 jumps and everyone is

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important. When you come to that last one you are hoping that you get

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the biggest and the best jump of the whole race if you are still in the

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race and the horse actually made the best jump of the whole 30 fences on

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the last fence and it kicked in clear and then it was just following

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him home, shouting him home all the way to the line. When you and your

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friend Richard Newland bought this wonderful horse from an Irish owner,

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did you believe that it could win the big one? Well, there is always

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the drain. We had the dream but we thought maybe a Midlands National or

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Scottish National but then as the dream unfolded we thought there was

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a chance that the horse could actually win a Grand National. You

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say that he has the heart of a lion, do you think you could win again?

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Well, it depends very much on the handicapper. He is not a very big

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horse and if we got too much weight it could spoil his chances. We are

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hoping to go back and defend the title and that would be the plan at

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this stage. Thank you so much for talking to us and congratulations

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again from all of us here. Thank you very much, thank you. Many

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congratulations, what a beautiful trophy at is! That is new, isn't it?

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Yes I think it is the first time because they have had a change of

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sponsor. His is the first name on it!

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Time for sport and more on Leicester's promotion to the Premier

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League. Yes, earlier in the programme we

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heard about the huge benefits of having a Premier League team back in

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the East Midlands. It means so much for the City of Leicester, the

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football club and fans but what about manager Nigel Pearson. He's

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been speaking today at the club training ground.

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Celebrations this morning, smiles all around at the club training

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ground. Extra media attention as well for interviews with the manager

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Nigel Pearson who now wants to lead his team to win the title. It feels

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very, very good and a bit of a relief actually. I suppose when you

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consider the expectation that has been surrounding us as a club for

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quite awhile now, it is nice actually to come in and know that we

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have actually achieved a big part of what we set out to do and that is to

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gain promotion and now we want to win a trifle. Victory on Friday

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night against Sheffield Wednesday combined with repeats `` defeats for

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QPR on Saturday means they celebrated promotion as the results

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came in. I was in the car and my wife and daughter listen to the

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radio. When we got to where we were going it was almost full time and so

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it was quite good timing. There has been a togetherness right throughout

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the club. I am really pleased for the players and the fans and the

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owners and the staff here. A lot of hard work has gone into the season

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so far and it would be nice to finish off with a good run. If they

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do win their remaining six games they will finish the league with the

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highest points tally ever in the championship.

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So it's been an utterly dominant season. But how have Leicester done

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it? Well, on BBC Late Kick Off tonight there is an exclusive access

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all areas feature filmed at the club's training ground, showing the

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secrets behind the success. That's on BBC One tonight at 11.25pm.

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Well, Derby County and Nottingham Forest have been in the chasing pack

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behind Leicester for most of the season, but both suffered setbacks

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at the weekend. Jeremy Nicholas reports.

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It was not a happy return to Middlesbrough for Steve McLaren. He

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took them to a UEFA cup final but if he is to take Derby to the Premier

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league it looks like being through the play`offs. There was only one

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goal. The defeat leaves Derby 11 points adrift at Burnley. They are

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11 points ahead of seventh place. Nottingham Forest are five points

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adrift of the play`off places after losing to Millwall. They took the

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lead when this shot was deflected in. Stuart Pearce was on the cover

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of the programme ahead of taking over as manager in July but they

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could do with him now in defence. Millwall's second goal was Lee

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Martin's first in four years. It is ten games now without a win for

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Nottingham Forest. The home game with port fail looks vital now for

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Notts County. They were sentenced to defeat with just one goal later on

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as a consolation. Mansfield got all the points at Morecambe as three

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wins in a row meant they `` the Stags are 12 and looking

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comfortable. Off the field, Derby County have

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made an official complaint about local rivals Nottingham Forest.

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Derby have told the Football League they are still owed ?85,000 from

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ticket sales for the recent match between the clubs at Derby's iPro

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Stadium. A Forest spokesman says, the club are going through a period

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of reconciliation with their accounts. Once the accounts are all

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finalised, all outstanding monies will be paid.

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Leicester Tigers Heineken Cup run ended at the quarterfinals stage. It

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was always going to be tough for Tigers against Clermont Auvergne

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who's home record is incredible. The Frenchmen haven't lost at home for

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75 matches. Tigers recovered from 16`0 down to within three points of

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their hosts, before losing 22`16. Leicester's Director of Rugby

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Richard Cockerill says his players showed effort, pride and character,

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but against a very good Clermont side they didn't quite have enough.

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Cricket and Beeston Hockey Club are English Champions for the second

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year in a row. Congratulations to Beeston Hockey

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Club in Nottingham. They are the English champions for the second

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year in a row. The Bees won a penalty shoot out against East

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Grinstead in yesterday's grand final. That is the sport, what a

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weekend! Thank you very much.

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A question, are you one of the 3 million people glued to Great

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British Sewing Bee on BBC Two? I have to confess that I am not.

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That does not surprise me! I should be.

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You will know that tomorrow night is the final and the final includes a

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lady from Leicestershire. She is Heather Jacks. She says the

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show has rekindled her love of needlework and she now plans to set

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up her own selling charity. Amy Harris has been to meet her.

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The Great British Sewing Bee has seen amateur so was putting the

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needle and thread skills to the test. They are down to the final

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three and they include Heather Jacks. It has been fantastic because

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everybody has come at the job from a different angle, different ideas and

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we have sort of spun off each other. It has been a really good

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experience. Head teachers dress large but sowing has always been her

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big pastern `` passion but it started out and it has out in the

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city rather than choice. My father died when I was 12 and left us

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basically penniless. I had already got a sewing machine from my aunt

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and that was it, I could not afford anything so I made everything.

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Heather's success has inspired her to turn her hobby into much more.

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She has got plenty of sewing projects on the go and she is also

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setting up a charity to pass on her skills to the next generation. At

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the moment sowing is being elevated to the exotic and it is not. I

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learned to sell at school and it has seen me through life. It is a

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brilliant skill to have. Tomorrow night we will find out whether she

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has won but for Heather the real reward has simply been taking part.

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Fingers crossed, Heather! Yes, that is really nice.

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Sowing charities have extraordinary. It does.

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Now to a woman who does not even embroider the truth. Here is Kate

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with the above forecast! embroider the truth. Here is

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We have had some really lively weather around with squally weather

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which did not last for long but it did make us stop and look. It

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happened twice today with a weather front pushing in this morning and

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another one following closely behind this afternoon which is the one that

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brought the heavy downpours. It is clearing out of the way now and

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behind it we are pulling in cooler and threat `` fresher air.

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Temperatures are turning cooler. Temperatures `` pressure is building

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from the South so things are settling down. It will be a lot

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drier and brighter tomorrow with decent spells of sunshine into the

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afternoon. The wind will stay quite strong and blustery. You can see on

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the radar picture the squally weather we have had earlier today.

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It is just about clearing our shores today and it will clear to the east

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in the next few hours. We will be dry for the first half of the night

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with clearer spells but the wind will strengthen and blowing a few

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showers later on during the early hours of the morning. Decent clear

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spells in between with the cooler and fresher air in place so things

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turned cooler tonight. We will just about escape the grass frost thanks

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to the strength of those wins. It will be dry and bright tomorrow with

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sunshine and just a few showers here and there. As pressure starts to

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build in the afternoon it will squeeze out the showers and it will

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look pretty decent. Decent sunshine coming through. It will stay quite

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trust `` blustery and the temperatures will be cooler. High

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pressure stays close by for the rest of the week. A few spots of rain on

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Thursday thanks to a week weather front but generally drier for the

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rest of the week. We will be back with more on the

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late news.

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