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

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Tonight, a 10`year`old boy's caught with a knife in school. The boy

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faces permanent exclusion. The school says it has acted

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decisively. Parents have been left decisively. Parents have bedn left

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shocked and angry. It is disgusting. I am fuming about it.

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Good evening and welcome to Monday's programme. Also tonight a huge

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Good evening and welcome to Monday's programme. Also tonight a htge rise

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in the number of people like programme. Also tonight a huge rise

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in the number of people like those with coeliac disease. Add a big

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weekend in Copenhagen. The singer Molly will have the highs and lows

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of Eurovision. And in sport, huge celebrations for Derby. Thex are on

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celebrations for Derby. They are on their way to Wembley.

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Good evening and welcome to Monday's programme First tonight, a

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10`year`old boy has been excluded from a primary school in Nottingham

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after he was caught with a kitchen knife in his bag. Arnbrook Primary,

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which has only just become `n which has only just become `n

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academy, says it was an isolated incident and both they and the

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police have acted swiftly. Our chief news reporter, Quentin Rayner, is

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outside the school for us tonight in Arnold.

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The Executive Principal of the Trust which runs Arnbrook Primary told me

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this "was a one`off incident which has horrified us all". The police

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are describing this as an act of foolishness, rather than something

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sinister. What is certain, hs that sinister. What is certain, is that

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everyone is taking it very seriously. Late on Friday afternoon

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a kitchen knife was spotted in a ten`year`old's rucksack and

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reported. It was understood he threatened no teacher or chhld. The

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threatened no teacher or child. The police were called immediatdly and

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police were called immediately and the boy has been excluded. The trust

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which runs the academy said it acted, swiftly, decisively `nd

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acted, swiftly, decisively and offered support to the children.

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Parents were sent a text thhs Parents were sent a text thhs

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morning alerting them about the incident. Many did not see it and

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were left shocked and angry at the disguise discovery of a knife. I am

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fuming about it. It is not very good is it. I have to fetch my children

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from this dangerous in school. You should be able to come here and know

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they will be safe. It is very concerning, it is a ten`year`old boy

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and a primary school. It is getting worse and worse. It is ridiculous.

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It leaves you worried about your children's safety. This happened on

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Friday and we only get told about it today. It is disgusting. The

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Friday and we only get told about it today. It is disgusting. Thd danger

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today. It is disgusting. The danger of knives was highlighted bx the

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study of and require last month. A study of and require last month. A

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15`year`old boy has been ch`rged 15`year`old boy has been charged

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with Ann Maguire's murder. H fully with Ann Maguire's murder. I fully

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understand that parents will be concerned. It is natural. What I

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would say, is that it is an isolated incident. Everything that needs to

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be in place is in place. Thd incident. Everything that ndeds to

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be in place is in place. The school be in place is in place. Thd school

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has taken positive action in the way it has dealt with this. The police

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will finish their enquiries by the end of the week. Governors will

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decide whether the boy should be permanently excluded. Our incidents

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in schools increasing The short answer to that is no.

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Since the end of 2012, convhctions Since the end of 2012, convictions

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and cautions given to juveniles for possession has fallen by 4%.

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According to the government, across the

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were a consequence of you trying to do too much. Your attempts to help

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the animals, caused you to get into this mess. She was cleared of 25

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charges of failing to feed the animals properly.

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Still to come, they're on their way. How Derby County booked thelselves

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Still to come, they're on their way. How Derby County booked themselves a

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How Derby County booked thelselves a place in the Championship Play`Off

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Final at Wembley. And we are place in the Championship Play`Off

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Final at Wembley. And we ard back to Final at Wembley. And we are back to

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winning ways with the weathdr will winning ways with the weather will

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stop things are hotting up. Experts at the University of

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Nottingham have discovered the number of diagnosed cases of coeliac

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disease has quadrupled over the last 20 years. They believe it's because

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people are far more aware of the condition. People with coeliac

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disease often have to avoid foods which contain gluten, so they don't

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suffer unpleasant symptoms. Our health correspondent, Rob Sissons,

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reports. Because it is an wheat, you will

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find gluten in lots of food. Research by the University of

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Nottingham reveals a number of people with coeliac disease who feel

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unwell when they eat gluten foods has gone up fourfold in 20 xears.

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This is when your small`bowel goes This is when your small`bowel goes

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wrong because it reacts badly with wheat. The difficulty can c`use

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wrong because it reacts badly with wheat. The difficulty can cause many

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wheat. The difficulty can c`use many different symptoms. You might find

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you are anaemic. That could be a strong indication that you should be

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tested for coeliac disease. In blood tests one in a hundred people in the

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UK test positive for coeliac disease.

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They need to avoid wheat, b`rley and rye to avoid gloating and headaches.

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But this lady, a gluten`fred rye to avoid gloating and hdadaches.

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But this lady, a gluten`free diet But this lady, a gluten`fred diet

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has a way of life. She was not diagnosed for 40 years. My lemory of

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childhood was continual illness The joy in all of this is that with all

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the things you cannot have, you must use your mind to think about the

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different things that are there. Example, polenta, the Americans use

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it a great deal. Easdale is `` these days there is more awareness. This

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is one of Britain's biggest quiche many factories in Nottinghal. They

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many factories in Nottingham. They have spotted a gap in the m`rket and

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have spotted a gap in the market and are developing a range of

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gluten`free products. There are coeliac 's and then self diagnosed

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IBS is with irritable bowel syndrome. They tend to be women, but

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syndrome. They tend to be women but not necessarily. The larger target

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is free from lifestyle is, who follow a gluten`free diet for

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fitness or health and well`being choices. Coeliac UK now hopd more

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choices. Coeliac UK now hope more manufacturers will follow stit.

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A fire at a Derby supermarkdt is being treated as suspicious.

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Officers at the nearby Pear Tree Police Station raised the alarm just

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after 3.15am this morning. Four fire engines were called to Super Sam's,

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which is said to be the biggest European food store in the city

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No`one was injured. Leicestershire police have issued an

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image of a man they want to trace in connection with a series of alleged

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frauds. Officers want to question connection with a series of alleged

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frauds. Officers want to qudstion a frauds. Officers want to question a

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man who told his clients his name was Kamal`Ji. He claims to be a

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"spiritual healer" who can help with health, business and relationship

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problems. It's alleged that once he's gained a victim's trust, he

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asks for money, defrauding many clients of tens of thousands of

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pounds. At the Queen's Medical Centre in

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Nottingham just before Christmas. The couple had to face their loss on

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a maternity ward surrounded by smiling parents and newborn babies.

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The contrast was harrowing. Now they want a haven hospital for parents

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want a haven hospital for p`rents like them to recover.

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Their daughter was full`terl Their daughter was full`terl

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injuring Labour. Her heart stopped. They did and and Hart is not moving.

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Al It wasn't until I was in recovery that I held her. She was just so

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beautiful. It was so sad. Afterwards, they had to stay on the

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Afterwards, they had to stax on the labour ward at the medical centre.

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The contrast was amazing because you are in the depths of despair. You

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come out and thereafter pictures of newborn babies, fathers with empty

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car seats. The worst thing for me was hearing a father outsidd

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car seats. The worst thing for me was hearing a father outside making

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calls, telling his family hd had calls, telling his family hd had

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just had a baby daughter, and knowing that we had to ring round

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telling everybody what happdned That's why they've set up Forever

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Stars, to raise money for a bereavement suite. That is the only

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time you have with your baby. That's the only memories you have of your

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baby. To have somewhere comfortable, peaceful, it would just help to make

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that a smoother journey for people. So this week, she's meeting bosses

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at the hospital to see what can be done for families like them. They

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need to have a space where they can deal with what happened and move

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together as a family and that's what together as a family and th`t's what

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we want to build. You're watching your regional

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we want to build. You're watching your region`l news.

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Much of the English Civil War You're watching your regional news.

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Much of the English Civil War which changed our ideas about mon`rchy and

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republicanism for other happened here in the East Midlands. Newark

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was a key Royalist town. So it's highly appropriate that New`rk's

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received millions of pounds to set up the country's only national Civil

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War museum. James Roberson's been to see how work's progressing.

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Enthusiast is re`enact one of the most influential periods of English

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history, the Civil War of the mid`17th`century, in which new work

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was pivotal. We reported two years ago that the old Magnus school in

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the town was going to get a conversion into a national Civil War

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museum. Now workers at full tilt. The main building is wrapped in

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plastic sheeting to a height of 70 feet. Rooms are unused for decades

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are now full of scaffolding and building teams. But perhaps most

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spectacular are the oak roof beams of the 1529 building, revealed for

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the first time since being instructed during the reign of Henry

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VIII. Some of it survived miraculously, others failed

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dismally. We need to decide what repairs are needed. The restoration

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is being carried out by specialists from Nottinghamshire. There are

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areas of rot and insect infestation areas of rot and insect infdstation

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which have damaged this part of the roof. You can see the various bits

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roof. You can see the variots bits of new joiner reinserted into the

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roof. There was a doormat here. There are sections of newsp`per here

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and sections that provide rudimentary damp`proofing. The

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transformation would be happening without the bulk of the funds, 3.5

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million, from the Heritage lottery fund. Without support look like that

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from this sort of scheme, wd fund. Without support look like that

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from this sort of scheme, wd would have lost the heritage and lost the

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buildings. It is a heritage centre for people to enjoy and bring

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tourists in. We've got some great interactives describing the scenes.

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We have our Marie from the Civil War and some really gory stuff for the

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kids. `` we have armoury. T`lking of kids. `` we have armoury. T`lking of

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donations, a donation of more than ?1 million from a former rahlway

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?1 million from a former railway worker has been used to buy a new CT

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scanner for each of Nottingham's two main hospitals. The machines

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diagnose and help to treat ` main hospitals. The machines

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diagnose and help to treat a range diagnose and help to treat a range

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of illnesses including cancdr, heart of illnesses including cancdr, heart

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problems and strokes. James Redgate, who was 83, left the money to the

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Nottingham Hospitals Charitx when who was 83, left the money to the

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Nottingham Hospitals Charity when he Nottingham Hospitals Charity when he

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died in 2011. He was that sort of a man. He would help anybody out. He

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was that sort of a man. Wonderful. But we never expected all this and

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it's going to help all different people. My mum would be verx, very

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proud of him. Wonderful. Coming up ` no disgrace in Denmark.

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I was in Copenhagen at the weekend to see Leicestershire's Molly

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Smitten`Downes finish 17th in to see Leicestershire's Molly

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Smitten`Downes finish 17th hn the Smitten`Downes finish 17th in the

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Eurovision Song Contest. We have a behind`the`scenes report coling up.

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Time now for sport and the dream continues for Derby!

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Well, after a magical Sundax, Derby County are almost all the way there.

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County are almost all the w`y there. Almost all the way to the Premier

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League. It was one of the best performances of the season ` and by

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beating Brighton yesterday, Derby have put themselves into the

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have put themselves into thd play`off final. One huge game at

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play`off final. One huge gale at Wembley which could be worth

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hundreds of millions of pounds ` and a priceless amount of glory. Kirsty

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was there, and this is how they did it.

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A miserable, grey, wet day. But the biggest day of the season for Derby.

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One by one, the team arrive and amongst the fans, nervous excitement

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builds. We were up at five o'clock this morning! So this is it, the

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moment of truth. Are Derby destined for Wembley?

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An early pause in play for some balloon popping but there w`s

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nothing deflating about Derby's performance. How about this for a

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goal? A cheeky backheel from performance. How about this for a

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goal? A cheeky backheel frol Will goal? A cheeky backheel from Will

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Hughes just the start of thhngs to come. Top scorer Chris Martin,

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Hughes just the start of things to come. Top scorer Chris Marthn, of

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come. Top scorer Chris Martin, of course, got in on the act. His goal

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all but sealing the win. But Derby weren't finished there. George

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Thorne's volley was superb. The Rams had been completely dominant. They

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more than deserved yet another. Jeff Hendrick completing the rout. There

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was a late consolation for Brighton. No`one cared, though. Just moments

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later, the full`time whistld sparked later, the full`time whistle sparked

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wild celebrations. This is big. This is really big. We've been working on

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this quietly for five or six years now, stabilising the team. Look at

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the team we've got. Unbelievable. I'm pretty proud to be part of this.

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I've never been involved with anything like this in footb`ll.

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I've never been involved with anything like this in football. This

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is why you play the game, for something like this. Obviously, it's

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a great achievement to turn up and put on such a great victory and

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performance for the fans. You can just see them all now. They've been

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brilliant all day and I'm sure brilliant all day and I'm sure

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they'll fully back us when we get to Wembley. Huge celebrations for a

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huge result. The Rams are just one huge result. The Rams are jtst one

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win away from the Premier League. huge result. The Rams are just one

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win away from the Premier Ldague. Go win away from the Premier League. Go

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on, you Rams! Go on, you Rals! win away from the Premier Ldague. Go

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on, you Rams! Go on, you Rams! I on, you Rams! Go on, you Rals! I

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can't wait for Wembley. Come on, you Rams! Go on, you Rams! I

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can't wait for Wembley. Comd on on, you Rams! Go on, you Rals! I

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can't wait for Wembley. Comd on you Rams! THEY CHANT: We're the famous

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Derby County and we're going to Wembley! They were awesome today.

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From minute one, they just wore Brighton down. Wore them down and

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wore them down. It's something Brighton down. Wore them down and

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wore them down. It's somethhng you wore them down. It's something you

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probably dream of as a kid, leading the team out at Wembley in such a

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big game. Everyone deserves this today and hopefully we can finish it

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off now. Quite a day ` and quite a couple of

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weeks ahead for this man. S`m Quite a day ` and quite a couple of

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weeks ahead for this man. Sam Rush weeks ahead for this man. S`m Rush

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is Derby's chief executive. We're delighted he's here tonight. Not as

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delighted as you are by the win though. It was fantastic watching it

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again. A great afternoon and evening. A fantastic perforlance by

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everyone. It has put a huge smile on everyone's phases. Your first full

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season as chief executive. We've got some pictures of you celebr`ting.

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season as chief executive. We've got some pictures of you celebrating. As

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some pictures of you celebr`ting. As you were celebrating, were you also

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think about your workload in the run`up to Wembley? A lot of work for

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everyone. For myself and the team. everyone. For myself and thd team.

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We've got a fantastic team back at the stadium. You've got to dnjoy

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moments like that. They're not all that often in football so you've got

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to really enjoy them. They say winning could be worth as mtch

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to really enjoy them. They say winning could be worth as much as

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?120 million. How does that work? That's probably not an inaccurate

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assessment over four or fivd years. assessment over four or fivd years.

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It's the TV money, the prize`money. You wouldn't get that all in one go.

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But spread over time, it will be very good for the club. Still a big

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game to come. A word about the fans. How are you going to make sure

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game to come. A word about the fans. How are you going to make stre all

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the fans we saw celebrating, everyone who deserves to go, gets a

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ticket for Wembley? We'll find out ticket for Wembley? We'll find out

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tonight what our allocation will be. We have QPR and Wigan. A bit of a

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difference in the allocations. But I'm sure we can accommodate all our

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fans. You want Wigan so you can go and dominate Wembley? We'll find out

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shortly who we'll get but whatever happens, we'll have a fantastic fan

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base. The fans really made xesterday base. The fans really made yesterday

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and it was an atmosphere th`t base. The fans really made xesterday

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and it was an atmosphere that we've never seen before. Thrilling. I m

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sure they'll do the same at Wembley. Are you going to be able to enjoy

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the next fortnight or will ht be wrapped with tension? It'll be

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enjoyable. A fantastic time for the football club. Thank you for coming

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in on such a special weekend. Very much appreciated.

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Some other sports news now ` and Leicester Tigers ended their league

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season with a bonus point win Leicester Tigers ended their league

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season with a bonus point whn over Premiership title favourites

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Saracens. Both teams rested players ahead of this weekend's semhfinals,

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which see Tigers go to Northampton on Friday night.

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In cricket, Trent Bridge will stage the fourth Ashes Test in 2005.

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the fourth Ashes Test in 2015. England will play Australia in

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Nottingham starting on the 2nd of August. Derbyshire will be delighted

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to welcome the Aussies for ` to welcome the Aussies for a

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three`day tour game in July. There are County Championship games

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dodging the rain. As you can see, even on Day Two, Notts' match hasn't

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advanced very far. Wickets for star man Peter Siddle, though. And

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Derbyshire have really struggled at home to Kent, and not just with the

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weather. That score an improvement, though ` they were 57`5 at one

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point. And a third place for Sylvahn

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And a third place for Sylvain Guintoli in the second World

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Superbike race at Imola over the weekend keeps him in third overall

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in the Championship. But really, weekend keeps him in third overall

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in the Championship. But really, no doubt about it, the weekend belonged

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to Derby. Amazing to see those pictures.

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to Derby. Amazing to see those picturds. Thank

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Amazing to see those pictures. Thank you.

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Dubbed as Europe's biggest party, the 59th Eurovision Song Contest

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came and went with a bang this weekend. It was, of course, a big

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night for the Leicestershire singer night for the Leicestershird singer

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Molly Smitten`Downes ` who ended night for the Leicestershire singer

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Molly Smitten`Downes ` who dnded up Molly Smitten`Downes ` who ended up

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in 17th place. I was in Copdnhagen in 17th place. I was in Copdnhagen

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following the highs and lows of the competition. We're supporting

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Finland! And Sweden! The weird and wonderful world of

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Eurovision. Copenhagen was teeming with fans, contestants and some very

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excited members of Molly's family and friends. It's going really

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well. We're absolutely having a ball and we're just so proud. And I'm

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ready to burst. With the media spotlight on her, Molly seemed to be

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taking it in her stride. I'l hoping that when I walk out that door, I'm

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going to feel calm, collected, going to feel calm, collected,

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confident. In my Zen. This hs the confident. In my Zen. This is the

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press tent, where hundreds of journalists and broadcasters are

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poised, ready to give their version of tonight's performances. In

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poised, ready to give their version of tonight's performances. Hn just a

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few hours, Molly will get up on that stage and perform her heart out. And

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stage and perform her heart out And then the moment arrived.

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# The feeling that I'll never walk alone.

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# We're children of the universe #. But when the scores were in, it soon

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became clear who the winner would be. And congratulations, Conchita.

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Austria, 12 points. GRAHAM NORTON: Well, you can't say

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fairer than that. So, Conchhta GRAHAM NORTON: Well, you can't say

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fairer than that. So, Conchita stole the show for Austria. It wasn't

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quite the top`table finish we would've liked for Molly but it was

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certainly better than recent UK entries. Not bad for a

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Leicestershire girl who used to have stage fright as a teenager. It was

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great. Obviously, we are a bit disappointed but we've all enjoyed

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disappointed but we've all dnjoyed it. It's been a great night. I don't

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think there's any UK fan gohng home think there's any UK fan going home

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tonight who isn't really, rdally tonight who isn't really, really

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delighted with that perform`nce tonight who isn't really, rdally

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delighted with that perform`nce and how well she did. Ten million people

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watched Molly in the UK alone, with her music now showcased worldwide.

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Commiserations to Molly but the Eurovision Song Contest alw`ys

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throws up a huge surprise. Conchita ` who'd have thought it? I never saw

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so many knitted beards in one room! We've had some wild weather this

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weekend. Heavy winds and he`vy weekend. Heavy winds and heavy

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showers. The isobars have bden showers. The isobars have been

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opening out so the winds have been a bit lighter but we're still

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struggling to ditch the showers and there will be more popping up

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there will be more popping tp through tomorrow. Another day of

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through tomorrow. Another d`y of sunshine and showers tomorrow but

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hopefully the showers will be fewer and there will be more sunshine.

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With the lighter winds, it isn't feeling too bad with temper`tures

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into the mid`teens. We didn't manage to escape the showers today. Loads

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of them rattling in on the winds. The winds slowly easing through

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today and we will see showers continue over the next couple of

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hours they should ease down later. One or two across northern parts of

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Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire at most of us drying up. Five or six as

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a minimum. Tomorrow morning, showers popping up fairly quickly. Once

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again, there will be heavy ones so some hail and thunder possible later

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in the day. More sunshine in between the showers and less frequent, as

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well. In between the showers, in the sunshine, with lighter winds it will

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feel pretty pleasant. 14 or 15 as a top temperature. That is a taste of

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things to come because things are settling down quite nicely. An area

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of high pressure settling across the UK, which will help squash out the

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showers. Dreyer from Wednesday onwards so there will be more

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sunshine around. And the big thing is that it is warming up quhte

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is that it is warming up quite nicely with temperatures up to 0 by

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nicely with temperatures up to 20 by the end of the week.

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And early taste of summer, hopefully. We love it, don't we? See

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you for the late news at 10:30pm. Goodbye.

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# A Christian land of over a thousand years

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# Today, England needs her sons and her daughters

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