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Moyes has been sacked after a season of blue results. He spent just ten

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months This is East Midlands Today with

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Maurice Flynn and me, Anne Davies. Tonight: David Cameron visits the

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region talking jobs, business and the region's economy. Why the Prime

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Minister has come to visit this huge motorway construction site in

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Leicestershire. The animal rescuer facing neglect. Also, youngsters are

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dicing with death on the regions tracks. The railway is hazardous.

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Not places for children to play. They are risking their lives. And a

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theatre that whores always been ahead of the curve but find out why

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this venue will have a musical using sophisticated special effects.

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Good evening and welcome to the programme. First tonight, the Prime

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Minister has told East Midlands Today that new businesses are

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replacing jobs under threat in this region's traditional industries.

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David Cameron was in Leicestershire to see how our taxes are being spent

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improving the motorway network. Let's cross to Catthorpe near

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Lutterworth ` where our social affairs correspondent Jeremy Ball

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has been following the visit. I started by asking asked PM why this

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infrastructure project so important. This will be a huge new motorway

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interchange linking to our busiest motorways, the M1 and the M6. This

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is a project costing ?200 million. Today, the prime list came to see

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how the money is being spent. He was accompanied by the Chancellor and

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after looking at the plans they headed out to meet workers here. The

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men and women who have been employed on this vast site. Afterwards, I

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asked David Cameron why the scheme is so important for the region. It

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is important to see for myself this important infrastructure project. We

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need our roads to be working well, we need people to get around the

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country, schemes like this improve road safety and everybody knows

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where they meet there have been a lot of traffic, many accidents and

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this will make things better. And this is about economic success

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stories but in the East Midlands it has been a tough time. The last

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cigarette factories closing down, and a mine is closing down. What you

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say to those people? We need to grow the economy to

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create new jobs and we are. There are over 1.5 million more people in

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work today than four years ago. 72,000 more people in work in this

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region. You see some industries facing difficult times but new

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businesses and new jobs and investment are coming including

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here. Many of the new jobs are part`time jobs, zero hours

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contracts. That isn't what I want but if you look at the employment

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figures, the biggest level of growth in permanent employment and

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full`time jobs. In the East Midlands you see a fall in the number

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claiming unemployment benefits, 5000 fewer unemployed than the last

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election and a lot of new private`sector jobs and new

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businesses starting up. 400,000 businesses nationwide, more than one

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I became Prime Minister. We are seeing growth but what matters is

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making sure the growth is filed across the country, not just in

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London and transport has a huge role to play which is white motorway

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scheme is matter and railways matter. I want the country to

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benefit from this growth. It is no coincidence the Prime Minister and

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Chancellor came to `` chose to come here because there is a European

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election coming up next month. If the result doesn't go David

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Cameron's way, he might need more than hard hats and goggles to

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protect him from the political fallout.

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Thank you. Next tonight ` the owner of an animal rescue centre has

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appeared in court to face more than 30 neglect charges. One of the

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allegations relates to the death of a pig which made the news after it

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was rescued from being kept in a house. Mike O'Sullivan reports, from

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Stafford Magistrates' Court. The former veterinary nurse who

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denies 31 charges of neglect at our animal rescue sanctuary. Lindsay

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Newall from Burton on Trent is facing the RSPCA allegations at

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Stafford Magistrates' Court. She ran sanctuary in Etwall getting local

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and national media coverage when she took in Babe the pig which had been

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evicted after living with its owner a council house in Derby. The court

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heard the pig was in good condition when she arrived at the sanctuary.

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Concerns were raised about the welfare of animals by this

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volunteer, and police and RSPCA raided the centre in November 2012.

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The court heard the pig died as this man a trading standards officer

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filmed the animal in a ramshackle pen. The RSPCA prosecutor said it

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showed the pig was seriously undernourished, quite simply it died

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because it was not properly fed. The court heard sanctuary looked after

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too many animals, including ponies, sheep, goats and rabbits. There was

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no evidence Lindsay Newall arrange for veterinary treatment. The case

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is expected to last for five days. You are watching East Midlands

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today. Lots to come still between now and seven o'clock, including a

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catch`up on the busy Easter weekend of sport. And how these pretty

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little fellas are helping to preserve their entire species `

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right here in the East Midlands. Next tonight, the latest pictures of

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youngsters risking their lives trespassing on train lines over

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Easter. This year, Network Rail and British Transport Police

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re`introduced safety trains to target trespassers, thieves and

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vandals. So has it had an impact, if children are still playing with

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their lives on the tracks? Jo Healey reports.

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Children trust passing near the Robin Hood line at Easter unaware

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how incredibly dangerous it can be. The railway is hazardous. Not places

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children should be playing on or hanging around on. They are risking

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their lives. This is about safety trains

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patrolling lines in the East Midlands. And by British Transport

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Police officers and Network Rail. Searching for trespassers and

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vandals. They started running in time for the Easter break in so far

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they are making a difference. Last year, during Easter there were 41

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incidents, this year, so far there have been 33. They say the

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improvement is slight and there is little room for complacency.

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We are striving to reduce trespassing and vandalism and the

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aim is to get it down to know incidents of trust pass and

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vandalism on the railway. Some trains travel at 120 miles an

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hour, weighing 400 tonnes. It would take the driver and mile and a

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quarter before he could stop so if you are a child on the line, you

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would not stand a chance. This is the sort of thing the safety

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trains look out for and they are desperate to stop it. As the

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pictures from the Easter weekend show, some youngsters still need to

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heed the warnings. A Nottinghamshire conman has been jailed for three and

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a half years for defrauding elderly and vulnerable people, for a second

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time. 39`year`old John Cooney from Radcliffe`on`Trent admitted taking

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over ten thousand pounds from at least ten victims aged from 69 to

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99. He mis`sold sofas, stair lifts and mobility scooters. In 2012,

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Cooney was sentenced to six months in prison, also for mis`selling

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mobility aids. Work has started to pedestrianise

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part of a busy Leicestershire town centre after years of planning. The

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Market Place, in Loughborough, will be joined with busy shopping streets

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as part of a nineteen million pound scheme. Once the road is

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pedestrianised, all traffic, including buses, will use the newly

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constructed inner relief road. A project which began in Leicester

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supporting children in care is celebrating its expansion into

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Scotland. The Letterbox Club sends parcels to children every month for

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six months. Inside are books, games and stationery. It's managed by

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Booktrust, in partnership with the University of Leicester. The project

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which first started with 20 children in the city, now delivers to more

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than seven thousand nationwide. You are watching East Midlands

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today. The next phase in a major redevelopment of roads in Leicester

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is starting this week ` the joining of the Golden Mile with the rest of

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the city. After the Belgrave flyover was demolished, traders say they're

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now looking forward to the end of all the work. Officials have also

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told us that the remaining roundabout may become an open space

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for use during public events, as Simon Ward reports.

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After the disappearance of the Belgrave flyover, the changes to the

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road layout and access for walkers and cyclists can begin. As the works

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continue, nearby traders have stayed open. Business slowed down because

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of the traffic but it's been going good since Sainsbury's closed. It

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has attracted much more people to use the local shops. Local concern

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about extra traffic seems to have eased. Businesses are looking

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forward to the works being completed. I think it looks pretty

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good. It is more open. People can see the shop. Before the flyover

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covered the shop. Now it is quite open. There will be a pedestrian

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crossing so people can walk across the roundabout. And there will be

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trees planted but the council is considering how that is done because

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this could become a relatively open green space. We will take stock to

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make sure we are doing what we want. We want to plant the trees in the

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right place. We want to get the best use out of the island. It will be a

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lot of work and we encourage people and commuters to consider using

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alternative routes while the work goes on. It could be this space is

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used for public events, especially when the surrounding roads are

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closed. It is due to be finished in October, in time for Diwali

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celebrations. They seem to have done it quickly.

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Now as a natural habitat, Britain is special. We've got one of the

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longest growing seasons in the world and a weather pattern ` as much as

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it can be frustrating ` that means we can pretty much grow anything. In

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fact, to protect plants from all over the world, you may have heard

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of National Plant Collections. Well, the East Midlands boasts a huge

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number of them. And in the first of a series across the year, I've been

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to see one of them. These are auricula, two dozen

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natural collections in the East Midlands with almost a dozen in

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Nottinghamshire alone. They are grown and curated by Bob Taylor and

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foul. These look almost too perfect, they look painted. They are

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artificial. It is hard to say what I see. I was

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reading a gardening magazine one day and this auricula was pictured on

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the page, a large picture. And it let out of the page at me. It was a

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love affair. I have felt like that ever since.

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You started with six. Yes, now I have hundreds of

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thousands. The distinctive feature of some

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strains is the striking white seed. They look natural but original

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varieties grew wild the outs without and were brought here in the 16th

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century. They are displayed in theatres, cases or steps of wooden

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shelves with an overhanging roof to protect them. To hold a national

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collection you need 75% of all of the varieties listed in the Plant

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Finder and then three of each one. This collection has 750 different

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varieties making it one of the largest in the country if not the

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world. We are conserving a collection of

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names, a collection of varieties, not necessarily everyone being of

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the quality that an exhibitor would want. The vowel is in the process of

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adding another 30 to the collection, she need three from each specimen to

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gain recognition. Auricula do not come true from seed.

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So the parent might not look anything like it. It sometimes leads

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to new creations. I named this after my late mother

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because she collected blue and white china and when I look at it, I think

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of her. And what a lovely tribute. It is, such shame she never knew

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about it. I have to say, Val did slightly

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convert me to the way of the 'auricula'! But you can make up your

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own mind. I thought they were lovely. If you

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want to see the collection yourself, it's at Gotham's Field House Nursery

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and open to view by appointment. Check the Nottinghamshire

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collections on the plant heritage website for the contacts.

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You can put in any county and find the ones where you are.

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We will be looking at hydrangeas two. I need to learn how to

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pronounce those correctly. Colin's here in a moment with the sport, and

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soon Kaye with the weather. And something that could cause havoc for

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a forecaster ` the waterfall that doesn't make anyone wet! We said

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Colin would be here in a moment and that moment is here. A very big

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nights potentially for us tonight. Tonight in the Championship it's all

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about the numbers on the board. The maths of this table have become very

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simple indeed if you're a Leicester City fan. A win tonight in Bolton

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and the Foxes will be seven points clear with six to play for. They

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will become very deserving Champions. Leicester fans have been

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treated to some high quality stuff this season. The players dominating

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matches and even ` on Saturday ` bringing a smile to the face of

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their boss. They will be there in the their thousands at the Reebok

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tonight hoping for confirmation that their achievement is total. I think

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it would be great for the players themselves to finish off the job

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mathematically ourselves and I am really pleased with how the players

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have approached the season, never mind the situation we are in now. We

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have done ourselves justice. We are there tonight with the fans and the

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players. And if ` when ` the title is confirmed we will be bringing you

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reaction tomorrow night right here on East Midlands Today. Our good

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wishes go with them. Leicester have been a treat to watch and to be

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around this season. Now, what about the play`off contest. With Derby

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already there, attention turns to Nottingham Forest. Almost out of it

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last week back`to`back Easter wins have taken them seventh. Just a

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point away now thanks to a striker who's forced his way into the

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starting line`up. Jeremy Nicholas reports. After the ups and downs of

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the season, the first 15 minutes at Elland Road were like watching

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Brazil for Forest fans. Matt Derbyshire bagged them both with the

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first after 91 seconds. It was only Derbyshire's sixth start but he is

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on a goal`scoring run now ` his second, four in three games. Brazil

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says he has a positive mental attitude and scares the life out of

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the opposition with his runs into space behind the back four.

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Goalkeeper Dorus de Vries picked up a knock to join Karl Darlow on the

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injury list leaving Forest with third choice keeper Dimitar Evtimov

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to keep the opposition at bay. Games against the seasiders Bournemouth

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and Brighton still to come. Foreset fans keeping an eye on the Reading

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squad tonight but at the moment the play`off hopes are still alive, two

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wins in the last two games could set up a semifinal, probably against

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Derby. Reading could leapfrog forest. One

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thing to note ` Forest's final game of the season is against rivals

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Brighton. That could yet prove to be a heart stopper for the City Ground

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faithful. If that wasn't enough drama, look at what would happen if

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Forest did make it ` a semifinal against Derby. The Rams are in form

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and looking good heading into the play`offs despite watching Burnley

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seal that last automatic promotion spot yesterday. But after

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yesterday's win at the iPro, the boss wants them to have more of a

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killer instinct. He shoots from distance! 25 yards!

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The left side of the box. Reverse pass. Russell looks up and shoots.

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Oh, Johnny Russell. He shoots some scores. That is

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sloppy. Sloppy from Derby. No security about anything in football.

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I thought I was secure after 67 minutes but we concede, miss a

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penalty, open goals, chances. So, we talk about this team being too nice

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and getting a ruthless streak but they didn't have that today.

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Dexter Blackstock has been charged over gambling. Blackstock has been

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accused of multiple breaches of an FA rule concerning betting by

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players on matches. He has until Monday to respond to the charge. The

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striker had been on loan at Leeds but is currently out injured. Notts

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County boosted their chances of survival with a win at home to

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Crawley. But Mansfield Town's playoff hopes ended with a home

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defeat to Cheltenham. After losing at Bristol City on Good Friday,

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Notts earned all three points with a hard fought win over rawley.

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Spencer came close in the first half before Notts won a free kick. Alan

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Sheehan took it and Spencer headed it home. After that, Crawley went

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close a few times with keeper Bartosz Bialkowski keeping the

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Magpies in the game. Notts still in the relegation zone, a point behind

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Colchester, Tranmere and Crewe with two games left. Mansfield Town's

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manager Paul Cox wasn't happy saying the Stags lacked hunger and desire

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as they went down to two goals at home to Cheltenham. Defeat ends

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Mansfield's faint play`off hopes and could signal a clear out of players

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out of contract. An Aviva Premiership semifinal is

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still in Leicester Tigers' own hands despite the disappointment of a

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narrow defeat to Harlequins on Friday. It was a pulsating encounter

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at the Stoop with Jamie Gibson scoring a try that put Tigers two

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points ahead with both sides pushing for a win. It was converted by Toby

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Flood giving Tigers a twenty`sixteen lead. But in an exciting finish the

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home team triumphed with Mike Brown going over. Tigers are fourth with

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two games left away at Sale and then Saracens at Welford Road which is

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already sold out. In cricket, two second division

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games dodging the rain. Both will struggle for a clear result but led

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by a Stephen Moore century Derbyshire have done well at home to

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Hampshire and Leicestershire have kept Kent under pressure at

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Canterbury too. Derbyshire marking the life of Keith

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over the weekend. Audiences here in the East Midlands

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will be the first in the world to see a brand new musical being

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described as a landmark for on`stage special effects.

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Yes, Leicester's Curve Theatre will host the world premiere of the Water

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Babies. Navtej Johal has been checking out some of the theatrical

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magic that will bring it to life on stage.

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It is an all singing, swimming and dancing musical that has got the

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theatre world very excited. But it isn't just the performers making the

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headlines. The water babies is being talked about is a huge leap in

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special effects. This waterfall feature is one of the stars of the

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show. In every performance there will be 4000 litres of water used in

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the performance. And British acting royalty Richard E Grant stars. But

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not as you would expect. He appears as a hologram, it doesn't

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make sense but he is a 3`D projection that appears in the set

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and appears to be there. He will be performing in the show.

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It is a production that means more to this cast member than most. She

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grew up in Leicestershire and made her professional stage debut at the

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curve theatre. My mum has come three times and I

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have friends and family coming. It'll be nice to be here and they

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are down the road. In London, it is difficult for them to come to see

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me. The world premiere is another big coup for the curve theatre.

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It also hosted the first showing of finding Neverland two years ago.

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This theatre is better equipped technically the most London. We are

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lucky they made this data with every technical gadget you could ever

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have. The technical rehearsal was one of the last chances to bring the

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elements of the show together. The cast, crew and theatre hope it will

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be a show worthy of a song and dance.

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Yes, there is an audience out there, it could go horribly wrong but I

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will stick to what I know, get on stage and if all else fails I will

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smile. It won't go horribly wrong.

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If you are interested, it opens on Thursday and runs for quite awhile.

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I have tickets ready. They have more chance of getting wet

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on their way to the theatre than inside. Yes, a wishy washy messy

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picture over the next couple of days, high pressure across the UK at

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the moment. More organised bands of rain but in general the brain will

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be quite showery making it quite difficult to pin down any details.

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The showers will be hit and miss, we won't all see them but a few catch

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them you will know about it. They will be heavy. Hale and thunder.

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Equally, decent spells in between and feeling quite warm at the moment

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with temperatures in the mid`teens. We are seeing heavy showers around

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today, they are easing down so a dry night, most of the showers fading

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away. Dry, some clear spells with cloud around and turning misty and

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murky as well. A quite mild night. Tomorrow morning, a dry start, quite

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a great start, a lot of cloud around. The cloud will be chopped up

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into the afternoon, decent spells of sunshine coming through but the

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showers `` the sunshine will spark of a few showers. Some of them could

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be on the heavy side, hale and thunder across eastern parts. Some

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of us escape altogether staying dry. Behind me, one of the organised

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bands of rain pushing in tomorrow evening. Some heavy rain tomorrow,

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pushing in eastwards through the night, heavy downpours to come but

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it clears out of the way so a dry start on Thursday, sunshine coming

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through again and the chance of showers in the afternoon. Organised

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rain sounds scary like an army. I would like to avoid the flabby

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