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This is East Midlands Today. I'm Anne Davies and tonight we're live

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here in the market town of Bingham, part of the constituency that

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following last night's resignation of Patrick Mercer, no longer has an

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MP. So who's in the running? Not, it seems, the controversial leader of

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UKIP, Nigel Farage. I am not from the East Midlands and I have no

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connections with the East Midlands. I would look like a carpetbagger.

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In other news, Halal meat products are taken off the school menu in

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Leicester. City Council tests revealed a lamb kebabs contained 50%

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beef. And the world's first surgery that gave Ben they heartbeat.

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From what it was before to a normal heartbeat.

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And we will be looking at the designs of a former Nottingham

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students now known as the Queen of boho chic.

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Good evening and welcome to Wednesday's programme. I am in the

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sleepy and rather quiet market town of Bingham, a town that was voted

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last year as the best place in the whole of the country to bring up a

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family. Of course it is also in the Newark Parliamentary constituency,

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that had Patrick Mercer as its MP until 24 hours ago. So who will be

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next? There were rumours that the controversial leader of UKIP Nigel

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Farage could be heading this way to fight out a spectacular by`election

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but he said no. Why? We will be hearing reaction from the

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constituency about the plans for the by`election. But first our political

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editor is in Westminster and he looks back on a remarkable 24 hours

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in politics. College Green, Westminster, and as soon as Patrick

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Mercer announced this... When I have got something wrong, you have to

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confess and get on with it. All the attention shifted to hear, 100 miles

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away and Nigel Farage. Would he throw his UKIP hat into the ring and

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become a candidate in the Newark by`election? This morning he snuffed

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out the speculation. I am not going to stand in this by`election. I want

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to focus on winning the European elections in the next three weeks.

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Also I don't have any links with the East Midlands. I would look like an

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opportunist and that would not work. That prompted one Patrick Mercer's

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constituency neighbours, Ken Clarke, to weigh in. Whatever else he is, he

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is not an idiot, so he has sensibly decided not to put himself up as the

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candidate in Newark. I think he would be rather badly thrashed if he

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stood there. There are sensible people in the villages and towns of

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Newark who know perfectly well that he has not got very much to say.

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Patrick Mercer resigned after confirmation that he would be

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suspended from the House of Commons for six months for breaking

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Parliamentary lobbying rules. He had been filmed by undercover reporters

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agreeing to lobby for a client in exchange for cash. That is not

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allowed. The irony in all this? The official report and its findings

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into Patrick Mercer's conduct is not actually published until tomorrow.

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But he already knew its conclusions. 24 hours can be a long time in

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politics. It can indeed. You can see that Bingham is twinned with Bavaria

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and it was only brought into the new constituency recently. In the last

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13 years, Patrick Mercer brought up a large and good majority for the

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Conservatives. Possibly it was that that put off Nigel the Raj deciding

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he could overhaul it. Maybe he underestimated the level of support

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in the constituency. Quentin Rayner reports.

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Nigel Farage's opponents accuse him of throwing in the towel by not

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standing. But it will be tough for UKIP to win in Newark and overturn

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the 16,000 majority of that always `` the Tories. They would need a

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swing of 75% and the highest they have ever achieved in a by`election

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is 19%. But UKIP does have the support here. We want them here.

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Everybody I know will be voting for UKIP. I will vote for UKIP because

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of immigration in this town. We are overrun. Its popularity is really

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good throughout the country, isn't it? He would be good for Newark. I

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am attracted to some of the stuff he says and kind of repelled by some of

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the other stuff. People of Newark, it is the overwhelming thinking of a

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lot of people in England now, to be against the massive immigration that

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we have had. That has clinched it. How much of a political barometer

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will be imminent by`election be? I think it could be very important,

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mainly because I don't think UKIP can win it but they could

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potentially take enough votes away from the Conservative Party and let

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Labour in through the middle. That could put pressure on David Cameron

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to move further to a Eurosceptic position. The Newark market is

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always busy but the politicians will also be setting out their stall over

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the next few weeks. As we know, Patrick Mercer was a

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popular MP for more than a decade but his time in the comments came to

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an end last night in the cash for questions scandal. Navtej Johal

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reports on the highs and lows of his political career. Patrick Mercer

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hoped to write his name in history as a politician with purpose but the

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rise and fall of this former military man has instead become a

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cautionary tale. The Oxford educated son of the former Bishop of Exeter

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served for 25 years as an army officer, including postings to

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Northern Ireland and Bosnia. He also worked as the defence correspondent

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on the BBC Radio 4 Today programme. In 2001 he was elected to Newark,

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recapturing it from Labour. After just two years he was promoted to

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the front bench by Iain Duncan Smith as shadow minister for homeland

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security. He was then dropped by David Cameron before the election

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following controversial remarks he made about ethnic minorities in

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armed forces. As Newark MP, Patrick Mercer campaigned on behalf of

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Newark hospital and maintained a strong interest in the armed forces

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locally. Last night, the published author decided to close the chapter

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on his time as an MP. With a year before the next

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election, the sudden resignation of Patrick Mercer has caught some

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parties off guard. The Liberal Democrats have not chosen a

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candidate. UKIP said they would pick theirs next week. Lead and the

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Tories do have candidates. We could not contact the Conservative Party

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contact today. Labour did talk to us. They said they were not relying

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on UKIP taking votes of the Tories to win the seat. If you talk to

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people here, the hospital is a massive issue. People want a

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positive future for hospital and that is what I will be campaigning

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on. It is the Labour Party who will stand up for the NHS. Ambulance

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times increase. Delays in Accident Emergency and an Nick Clegg and

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David Cameron, but UKIP policy about that. `` under Nick Clegg. The real

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question is when is the likely date of the by`election? John is in

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Westminster. What is your gas? This is a clue. The Treasury announced

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today that Patrick Mercer had been appointed steward and bailiff of the

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Chiltern Hundreds, which is the historic device by which a sitting

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MP can resign. It also clears the debt for the Parliamentary

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by`election. `` clears the decks. My guess is a Thursday towards the end

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of June, possibly before Parliament rises for the long summer break. But

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I would not put any money on it. Very wise, very wise! Thank you.

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That is just about it from all of us in Bingham. I guess it is a question

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of watch this space. But now it is back to the studio.

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Still to come: The blood scare affecting students in Derby.

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Hundreds have been told they're at risk of infection after a health

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worker reused syringes. We'll also meet a teenager who owes

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his life to advances in keyhole surgery.

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And Anna's got the weather outlook. Yes, with the bank holiday weekend

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creeping up on us, the big question is whether it will be dry and fine.

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I will have the answer shortly. Halal meat has been taken off the

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menu at all of Leicester's schools after another food scare. Tests

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showed a halal lamb kebab contained more than 50 percent beef. Last year

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it was discovered halal lamb burgers contained pork DNA. Mike O'Sullivan

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reports. Dinner time at this Leicester

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primary school but now halal meat is off the menu at all schools in the

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city. Tests carried out by the City Council showed that her la Lamb

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kebabs work containing more than 50% beef, this second halal scare in a

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year. Parents are upset. I have lost my trust in all the people providing

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halal to schools. It will be disappointing if they can't bring it

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back in the near future. That would be better for kids. It is one of

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nine primary schools known to have served up the suspect kebabs and as

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a result the City Council has withdrawn halal meat from the menu

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at every school in the city. It is certainly concerning an equally

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disappointing. This is the second incident that has occurred with

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halal meat meals in Leicester's schools in the last year. Punjab

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Kitchen that supplied the meals is based in South Shields. They say

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they are entirely innocent because they did not manufacture the kebabs.

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They have contacted their own supplier, who are in turn working

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with trading standards officers in Yorkshire. In this individual case,

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I know there is sometimes a dispute about what can be in a kebabs and

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whether it should be lamb or beef. In this case, if it was labelled as

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lamb and it was not, that is very serious. I can understand the

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decision the local authority have taken in this case. The council says

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further investigation is needed. Last year in a separate affair,

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halal lamb burgers were said to contain pork DNA. The council is

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considering taking legal action in that matter.

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Prosecutors are considering evidence against a former Leicester MP as

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part of an inquiry into historic child abuse. Lord Janner hasn't been

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arrested but officers from Leicestershire Police are taking

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advice from the Crown Prosecution Service on moving the investigation

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forward. Officers raided his London home four months ago. Greville

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Janner was a Labour MP for 27 years in Leicester North West and then

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Leicester West. Flights have returned to normal at

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East Midlands Airport today after a cargo plane was left stranded on the

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runway. The aircraft was finally moved last night and is currently in

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a hangar on site. It became stranded early yesterday morning after its

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landing gear failed. Dozens of flights were cancelled, affecting

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thousands of passengers. A telephone helpline has been

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inundated with calls from worried students after they were told they'd

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been put at risk of infection. A health care worker's been suspended

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after it emerged they'd reused syringes for blood tests and

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vaccinations. From Derby, Simon Hare reports.

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Totally inappropriate and unacceptable. The medical director

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for NHS England in Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire explains the dangers

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of reusing syringes and not just needles. There is a potential of

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body fluid from the patient that you have just vaccinated in the very far

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end of that syringe. Then you are injecting it into the next person.

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It is very clear that there was a risky set of circumstances arising

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from the actions of this particular health worker and that we would need

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to take action straightaway. More than 600 students at the University

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of Derby, past and present, had been seen by the worker. They have been

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contacted and been urged to tested for infections like hepatitis and

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HIV. A helpline has been set up at the University. It has been very

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brisk. A lot of students are contacted us already and that is

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ready helpful, just what we want. Professional experts are on hand to

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give the advice required. It is not what you expect to happen when you

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are on a nursing course having vaccinations so that you can go into

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practice yourself. You don't expect it. It is extremely worrying. That

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particular student told me that today she was going for a blood test

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to determine if she has picked up any kind of infection, and a similar

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anxious wait is faced by hundreds of others.

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Now on a happier note, news of a pioneering surgical procedure that

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saved the life of a teenager from East Leake. Ben O'Neill was born

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with four serious heart defects. But a team at Leicester's Glenfield

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Hospital used complex keyhole surgery to cure his condition. Helen

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Astle reports. Like most 14`year`olds, Ben enjoys

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playing with his brother, but Ben, who was born with serious heart

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defects, is now able to play without getting breathless thanks to

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pioneering surgery at the Glenfield Hospital. Straightaway I noticed my

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heartbeat had changed from what it was before, which was like a

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washing, into a normal heartbeat, boom boom. After that, I noticed

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sport became easier. Ben underwent five hours of keyhole surgery, the

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fourth operation on his heart. Lady has done this before. Enlarging a

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tube between the heart and the lungs, when there is a coronary

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artery behind it. To give you some idea of the complexity, we had about

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30 people in the room and we were coordinating the procedure. It gives

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Ben a normal life expectancy, which he did not have before the operation

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in March, so he can now live a full and long life and do all the things

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that he dreams of and that we dream of him doing. For us, it just takes

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away 14 and a half years of worry, because we knew the day he was born

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that he had a problem and that has now gone. Ben will need to have the

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valve replaced in ten years' time but for now, at last, he is enjoying

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an active life. Great news for Ben and his family.

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Still to come: In sport, the players featuring on Derby County's wish

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list. We've been talking to Rams chief executive Sam Rush.

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And who ate all the pies? For once, not me but the 108 judges here at

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the British Pie Awards of Melton Mowbray.

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From Hollywood stars to Broadway shows the fashion designer Marian

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Clayden sprang to fame in America in the 70s. Described as the Queen of

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boho chic, her career spans decades. But it all began in Nottingham, and

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now there's a special exhibition of her creations, as Geeta Pendse

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reports. Capturing the bohemian spirit of the

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late 60s and 70s, the British designer Marian Clayden's works were

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in vogue after she produced textiles for the Broadway musical Hair. She

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went on to become a sought`after design in America. But some of her

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early inspirations came as a student at Nottingham School of Art in the

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1950s. It is now part of Nottingham Trent University and that is why

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they have gathered 60 of their works to celebrate her journey from

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student to innovator of boho chic. Marian's rollers that she is the

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person really in a very singular way who was so instrumental in creating

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the hippy style and the sophisticated tie`dye, doing the

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shows for here, but then to have that ability, that facility with the

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dying, and made it more and more sophisticated. A textile designs

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evolved as during the 80s and 90s, have fits were worn by Hollywood

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stars ranging from Elizabeth Taylor to Whitney Houston. `` her outfits.

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You would hear someone saying she is wearing Marian Clayden! They are so

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generous to women, so beautiful and the fabric is just so sensuous.

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There is no scrimping. Beautiful, weighty, draping, flowing fabric.

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Marian now lives in California and is unable to travel because of ill

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health. Mary says that the chance to share her work with students in

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Nottingham is a dream come true. Time now for sport and a lady who

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was not born in the 60s and barely remembers the 1970s. Just a twinkle

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in my mother's I? First, Sam Rush has told us he would like his club

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to sign up Andre Wisdom, Patrick Bamford and George Thorne in the

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summer, or players of their calibre. We have been speaking to him. To

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chart the rise of the Rams, we took the men who run the club to the

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highest point in Derbyshire. In the last 15 months, Sam Rush and

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John Vickers have restructured Derby on and off the field. They have gone

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from 14th to third and they are in the play`offs. The ascent has been

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so quick. I know that we cannot think of a comparison. I cannot

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think of many scenarios equal to Derby. That is nice, really. And

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when you consider there has only been one signing, that Steve has

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only asked for one signing. Steve has done it his own way. There have

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been good quality players but just one signing, that is a phenomenal

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story. It is. What about signing players like George Thorne and Andre

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Wisdom. Can Derby do that in the summer? We would like to. Whether it

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is them or players off their calibre, we will look at acquiring

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players that are on a level with the players that we see already. Man

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tour is one of the most rheumatic viewpoints in the Peak District, so

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Pertwee and Derby climbed to the top? `` so can the we climb? I am

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hugely excited and I cannot wait for the coming weeks. We're nearly at

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the top. How would it feel if Derby reached the top and get to the

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Premier League? Absolutely huge for the football club, the city of

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Derby, and the County of Derbyshire. So much was always right about Derby

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and it is a club that means so much to the city. Fantastic facilities,

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great crowds, great fan base. We have 25,000 this year, which is a

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fantastic number. If you are celebrating at the end of May, will

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you come back up here with us in better weather? We will check the

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weather forecast beforehand! I think we have only just tried out!

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Onto Nottingham Forest who have handed young midfielder Ben Osborne

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a big new deal. The 19 year old's agreed a five`year contract having

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only made his first team debut at the end of March.

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Staying with football but in the non`league. Alfreton Town have just

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had their best season ever but today it was revealed they have been put

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up for sale. The club have had a remarkable journey over recent years

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from the Northern Counties East League to the Conference. This

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season they narrowly missed out on the play`offs. But they've struggled

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with low attendances and Chairman Wayne Bradley says they need a fresh

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injection of finances to progress. In cricket, two matches finishing

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the County championship today. Heavy defeat the Derbyshire with

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Worcestershire beating them by an innings and 64 runs. A tense finish

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at the Leicestershire match but in the end they had to settle for a

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draw against Glamorgan. And well done to the Jester from

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Leicester Mark Selby. He's made it through to the semi`finals of the

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World Snooker Championship. That is all the sport. Thank you.

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Now, it's been around for at least 700 years and it's still as popular

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as ever. What am I talking about? The humble pie! In fact we Brits eat

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?1 billion worth of pies every year, and today the very best of them from

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all over the UK were being judged at the British Pie Awards where else

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but in Melton Mowbray? We sent James Roberson to sniff out some winners.

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Pennies? No, pies from heaven. A sea of them inside the parish church in

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Melton Mowbray, arguably the spiritual home of British pies. And

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what a choice. Fruit pies, pasties, chicken, and pork pies of course.

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We'd ?1 billion worth of pies in Britain and they are stable and we

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eat more than any other country and we have celebrated that at these

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awards. 800 pies are being judged by 100 judges. This TV judge was

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tasting the fit for a hero category to celebrate the World War I

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centenary. The pigeon from World War I saved hundreds of lives. They

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looked at what ingredients they could get hold of well`being in the

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field. We have beefburger in young, sweet onion and goats cheese as

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well. Hundreds of years ago, the poor used to eat intestines, or

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humbles, hence the expression humble pie. Is it mundane? There is nothing

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mundane about it because the pie is at the heart of British cooking

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history. I love it. And the winners are not the makers but the pies

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themselves. In the fine tradition of regional

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news, he brought some back. The first`ever convenience food because

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you could hold the pork pie on one hand while riding your horse. We

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have not got a horse, obviously! You have one minute 30 and four pieces

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there. Make sure you remove the evidence afterwards! You might need

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comfort food on Friday because things are set to get cold, but by

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Monday you will be eating ice cream again. Thank you for this photograph

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by Colin of the bumblebee. More hay fever sufferers, I suspect. We have

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some showers around this evening, sometimes heavily in nature. They

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will clear away over the next few hours and then it is dry overnight

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with some clear skies. Some mist and fog forming in the Peak District.

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Some showers developing towards dawn, pushing in from the West. A

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mild night with low temperatures of 10 degrees. Tomorrow morning is dry

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but some showers as we go through into the afternoon. As we head into

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the late afternoon, the showers become widespread and there is a

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risk of them becoming heavy at times. Something to watch out for

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during the rush hour on Thursday. Temperatures not doing too bad

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tomorrow with a high of 14 degrees. All change on Friday. A cold front

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moves South with some rain. That will introduce colder are behind

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it, so feeling quite chilly on Friday. Also it brings the return of

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frost. Bedding plants beware. Friday into Saturday, the chance of a frost

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but largely dry with sunny spells for the rest of the bank holiday

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weekend. Thank you. As you can see, I have been restrained because I am

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counting the calories. I count thousands every day! I will be back

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with the late news and I hope you can join us

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Some people don't think real change in Europe is possible.

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Some people don't think real change is necessary.

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Some people don't think it's worth fighting for.

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