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eye on development is over the next couple of days.

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

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Tonight: The text messages transforming

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The system can help people with dementia and learning disabilities.

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Why the election of India's new Prime Minister could be good for

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business here. Plus injured in the Second World

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War, 70 years on, a bittersweet return for this man. It has been a

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great day, but depressing coming and CMS. It really upset me. `` and

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seeing this. And gold medal for the gymnasts.

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First tonight, how a simple text`messaging system

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is helping vulnerable people with some rather complicated isstes.

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Already it's transformed thd life of one man with Asperger?s syndrome.

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His anxiety levels were so high he'd get up 12 times a night

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Social workers in Nottinghamshire are also using text messages to give

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people with learning disabilities more independence.

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Our health correspondent Rob Sissons reports.

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He was up and down stairs all night, he kept asking himself the same

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question did lock everything? I thought, have I locked one of the

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locks? If not, all of them would be gone. He does not feel safe so he

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has to keep checking the doors and the windows. We have got about six

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or seven locks on there. Accessor behaviour, it meant little or no

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sleep. Until social workers started sending a nightly text. Havd

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sleep. Until social workers started sending a nightly text. Have you

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locked the door and checked your Windows? I was sceptical at first. I

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thought, how could anything so small do something? The text sender

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thought, how could anything so small do something? The text senddr system

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is cold Florence or Flo. If he is anxious, he looks at the text

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message and it reassures him. message and it reassures him.

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Nottinghamshire's social services have been using the service. We are

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looking to extend it to be brought dementia and learning disabilities

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dementia and learning disabhlities were some kind of assistive

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technology might help them to stay independent. A daily text costs 54p

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a week for the Council. If ht has a week for the Council. If ht has

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worked for me, it can work rather people. Now I can have eight hours

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sleep. There is less on his mind, perhaps just as well becausd there

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perhaps just as well because there is plenty going on outside his

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door. The tram works. Catching up with missed sleep is not all is

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easy. They are looking to expand this

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scheme. Will it take off? It will not work for everybody. Not everyone

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has a mobile phone. Not every group of patients will be able to do it.

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But it worked in this case. Maybe early stage dementia patients,

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developed by the NHS originally for developed by the NHS originally for

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diabetes patients. Some people might say it is about cost`cutting. It is

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a good point and it is one the council are aware of. They say it is

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as well as not instead of input from social workers. Thank you.

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Around 50 people a day across Leicester, Leicestershire

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and Rutland are making complaints to their council or

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While in some areas noise complaints are reducing, in others,

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like Charnwood and North West Leicestershire, they're on the rise.

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The figures obtained by the BBC show 18,000 complaints

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42 jobs are a risk after the sudden closure of a grade

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The 42`room Lace Market Hotdl had faced uncertainty for months due

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Today it was announced a new buyer couldn't be found.

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The business was part of a group of four East Midlands hotels.

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The first of three city council care homes in Leicester has closed.

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Elizabeth House in New Parks shut down over the weekend.

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Nuffield House is likely to close by the end of the month.

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Preston Lodge is also set for closure.

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Meanwhile, residents and families have called for

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a judicial review over plans to put Herrick Lodge into private hands.

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The council has defended thd decision saying it is chewed to

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budget cuts and a fall in demand. help them to create this passage

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directly to India. The Chancellor said strengthening trade links with

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India was a Government rarity. I anticipate an increase in trade.

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There is so much opportunitx to grow There is so much opportunity to grow

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our business `` a Government priority. The focus has to be on the

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economy. Growth rates have been declining in India over the years.

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People are not happy with the way things are going. It is a political

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result that could have a glhmpse things are going. It is a political

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result that could have a glimpse is result that could have a glhmpse is

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as here as India heads into a new era. `` could have big implications.

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Politics closer to home now. We're into the final few daxs

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before polling stations open on Thursday for the elections to

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the European Parliament. We get the chance to elect five MEPs

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who'll represents us in the And if you're undecided or unsure

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about what it's all about, there's a special one`hour election

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special from 7pm tonight It's being chaired by the BBC's

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political editor for the He joins us from the studios

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of Radio Nottingham. It's almost make`your`mind`tp time

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for the European Parliament And with nine parties on the ballot

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form, there's plenty on offdr. At 7pm

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on your BBC local radio station you'll get the chance to hear from

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all the main parties and yot get In order to get our studio guests

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warmed up, I am going to put a question to them. Many people regard

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the vote as a referendum, in or out. Let us find out whether we can

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get a definite yes or no. Elma get a definite yes or no. Emma

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McClarkin for the Conservathves We McClarkin for the Conservathves We

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believe it is for the British public to decide. Only the Conservative

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to decide. Only the Conserv`tive Party can deliver the referendum.

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Bill Newton Dunn for the Liberal Democrats. We say we must stay in

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for jobs, influence, trade, allies, friends, but we want reforms such

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as... Lots to do. Roger Heller friends, but we want reforms such

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as... Lots to do. Roger Heller Fort UKIP. It is time the British people

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took back control of their country. We need to get out. Glenis Willmott,

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Labour Party. Definitely in. We have 4.2 million jobs dependent on our

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relationship with Europe. Wd need 4.2 million jobs dependent on our

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relationship with Europe. Wd need to reform it to make sure it works

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better for the British people. A bit of a teaser. They will be b`ck

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better for the British people. A bit of a teaser. They will be back on

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of a teaser. They will be b`ck on BBC radio at 7pm.

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We will be there. There are nine parties standing in the East

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Midlands for the European Parliamentary elections. Voting is

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this Thursday from 7am. An army veteran has returned to the

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scene of a major World War HI battle Lewis Renshaw from Newark w`s

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severely injured at the Battle He's among a group of veter`ns

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who've made the journey back. Today they were joined by

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Prince Harry at a remembrance It is hard to believe 70 ye`rs ago

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this beautiful landscape was the backdrop for a bloodbath. In 1944,

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backdrop for a bloodbath. In 19 4, Churchill had described Italy as a

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soft underbelly, an easier route into Europe from the south. But

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around this time, the Allies found it was not. It has been a great day

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and a great time, but a depressing time coming up and seeing this. It

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really upset me. We had the job to go and take their tags off `nd

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really upset me. We had the job to go and take their tags off and that

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was the worst time. These vdterans was the worst time. These veterans

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have memories of the carnagd. was the worst time. These vdterans

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have memories of the carnage. They have memories of the carnagd. They

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can colour these gravestones with the faces, the characters, the

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friendship of the young men they knew. The service and the presence

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of Prince Harry is recognition. knew. The service and the presence

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of Prince Harry is recognithon. Even of Prince Harry is recognithon. Even

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in peace, it is a tough climb. Many in peace, it is a tough climb. Many

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are over 90 and have returndd to are over 90 and have returndd to

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Italy with sons and daughters and grandchildren, wanting to understand

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what they did in the war. Otr grandchildren, wanting to understand

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what they did in the war. Our job was to kill. That is what wd

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what they did in the war. Otr job was to kill. That is what we were

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was to kill. That is what wd were taught and that is what we did. But

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I do not think anything good came out of it. Do you think abott it? Do

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out of it. Do you think about it? Do you dream about it? Yes, yot wake

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out of it. Do you think abott it? Do you dream about it? Yes, you wake up

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you dream about it? Yes, yot wake up at night... Today and emotional

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climax to an emotional pilgrimage, remembering comrades for whom there

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was no happy ending. You are watching East Midlands

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Today. You will remember that you Today. You will remember that you

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were away in Malawi last week, reporting on an amazing project

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supported by so many people in this region.

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Hundreds and hundreds, even thousands. It started with two

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sisters. Their supporters in East Midlands, this was the first project

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they took on. 35 lovely girls there whose lives have been changdd by the

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whose lives have been changed by the orphanage quite significantly. As

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well as that, this is the fdeding well as that, this is the fdeding

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programme and they feed hundreds of children every day. Some chhldren,

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children every day. Some children, that bowl of porridge is thd

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children every day. Some chhldren, that bowl of porridge is the only

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thing they will eat all day. Unbelievable.

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One of the most important projects, the bulging of the school.

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Amazing. 14 builders from every one of our counties here. Huge task of

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building a school from scratch in seven days. They worked from sunrise

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seven days. They worked frol sunrise to sunset and they did it. They

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nailed it. These are some of the children. It will be home to

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hundreds of kids. There it hs, finished. The roof is on. It was

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fantastic. I know they would like to say thank you to everyone who

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supported them. Amazing. Thank you to everyone for their

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support. Fruit, veg and photography `

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a famous snapper trains his lens Time now for sport

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and Colin is out and about tonight Absolutely. We are out of otr usual

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territory. We're at this gym just off the M1

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because we were so keen to meet tonight's guests we

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couldn't wait for them to gdt home. Fresh off the plane

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and laden with medals, it's gymnasts Ellie and Becky Downie. Thex both

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made history at the This is an astonishing clutch of

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results. You were in the juniors, team silver, all around bronze and a

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stunning pole `` stunning vault. team silver, all around bronze and a

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stunning pole `` stunning v`ult Can you believe you did it? Crazy. We

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were hoping for a team medal. I was looking to try to do the best I

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could. I thought I would maxbe looking to try to do the best I

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could. I thought I would maybe come could. I thought I would maxbe come

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in the top six roughly. I was not in the top six roughly. I was not

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expecting third. I qualified first in the vault so I knew I had a shot

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at getting gold but I was hoping for a medal. Really good. More medals

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at getting gold but I was hoping for a medal. Really good. More ledals in

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a medal. Really good. More medals in one go than Britain's entird

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a medal. Really good. More ledals in one go than Britain's entire history

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one go than Britain's entird history in the juniors. This was your

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moment, Becky. High risk on the uneven bars. On the first two days

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of competition, I did an easier routine. I was anxious to go for the

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bigger routine but I knew I had worked so hard on it in the gym and

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I trialled it leading into the Europeans. I knew if I went for the

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big routine that the gold medal big routine that the gold medal

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could be mine. There was also a chance it could have been a mistake

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as well. You missed out on London 2012. How much of this was personal,

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showing you could do this. A lot of it was personal. I felt I h`d

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something to prove, not to everyone something to prove, not to everyone

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else, but to myself. It has always been a dream of mine, for it to be

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real, it is crazy. Very briefly, what is coming up? Rio de J`neiro,

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you are only 14. When we get there, I will be 16, 17, so it will not be

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that bad. Becky, Rio de Jandiro will it be too late for you?

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Hopefully not. Missing out on London was a disappointment. I am sure

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there will be plenty more as well. We will talk to your coach later.

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More sport coming up. Now the rest of the day's sport news with Kirsty.

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Contract negotiations the Leicester Contract negotiations the Ldicester

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City. Fresh from the title celebrations, he is set to sign a

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new four`year deal this week. More from Derby County shortly. Wembley

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fever is taking clap of the fans `` taking grip of the fans. Tickets

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going on sale tomorrow mornhng. going on sale tomorrow mornhng.

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Notts County are close to signing Notts County are close to shgning

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Alan Smith, seen here scoring for Leeds. Olympic bronze hockey

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Leeds. Olympic bronze hockex medallist is leaving Leicester

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ladies after nine years. And Leicestershire Paralympic sprinter

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Sophie has broken her own 100m world record at Loughborough.

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In rugby and the Leicester Tigers' season is over after late heartbreak

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in the Premiership semi`fin`l just down the road from here

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They travelled as underdogs, but knowing they usually win semis

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There was sunshine and cider and flags and balloons. And plenty of

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optimism. Definitely Tigers by million miles. We have not lost to

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them yet. Nine wins, one dr`w. them yet. Nine wins, one dr`w.

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Tigers arrived in Northampton after an injury ravaged season. In the

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first half, they really delivered. Two tries, one of them scordd when

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Two tries, one of them scored when they were down to 14 men. S`ints

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Two tries, one of them scordd when they were down to 14 men. Saints did

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not have an answer. But Northampton came roaring back in the second

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half. A remarkable boxing m`tch and half. A remarkable boxing m`tch and

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half. A remarkable boxing match and a sending`off inspired them to

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greater heights. The Welsh skyscraper George North pulls them

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forward. Tigers made the error of trying to absorb the pressure. With

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a couple of minutes to go, they cracked. No Tigers at Twickenham. We

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cracked. No Tigers at Twickdnham. We are not as bright as we should be

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cracked. No Tigers at Twickenham. We are not as bright as we shotld be at

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times, but there was nothing left out there tonight. I am protd of

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what they have done this season. out there tonight. I am proud of

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what they have done this season. Of course I am disappointed, you have

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got to win silverware to be successful. The Tigers should take

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pride from the season but it hurts right now.

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We will end of the sport with the special Derby County series.

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On Saturday, the Rams play QPR in the

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Championship play`off semi final, hoping to reach the Premier League.

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So, today we are starting the week by rolling back the years to the

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Darren Moore and Michael Johnson are two formatted Derby County

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heavyweights. `` former. Smoking Joe! Both became lifelong friends in

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the Derby team of 2007 and were promoted at Wembley to the Premier

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League. It is unbelievable. I remember like

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it was tomorrow and here we are sat here seven years later on the verge

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of going back to the Premier League, it is awesome. It has been a

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of going back to the Premier League, it is awesome. It has been ` great

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it is awesome. It has been a great season. No matter what happdns

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it is awesome. It has been ` great season. No matter what happens to

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you, you cannot take that moment away. This could be Derby's year. My

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advice to Derby, continue doing what you have been doing, it has been a

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joy to watch this season. You have entertained us. We needed to happen

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over one more game and we whll entertained us. We needed to happen

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over one more game and we whll all be happy. They hope there are

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celebrations next week like they enjoyed back then and they say there

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are similarities between thd two teams this time around. We had

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wonderful team spirit, good work ethic and we knew our jobs hnside

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out. It is similar to this Derby team here. They have got fl`ir

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out. It is similar to this Derby team here. They have got flair and

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team here. They have got fl`ir and blend and their consistency is

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really good. Derby are in stunning form going into the play`off final.

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They will both be in the crowd at Wembley. The fans have had ` lot

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They will both be in the crowd at Wembley. The fans have had a lot to

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put up with over the last fdw Wembley. The fans have had ` lot to

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put up with over the last fdw years. It would be great for them to be

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back in the Premier League. Congratulations to Leicester. It

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would also be nice to get another club out there from the East

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Midlands. I would love to sde a Midlands. I would love to sde a

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top`flight East Midlands derby. I am going to keep him in the st`nds

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going to keep him in the stands because he will be the one hnvading

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because he will be the one invading the pitch. We don't want hil

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because he will be the one hnvading the pitch. We don't want him getting

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the pitch. We don't want hil getting locked up! We will keep hold on him.

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I will be baby`sitting him. Thank you to our guests. You must be so

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proud of these. Very proud. Brilliant stuff. Thank you very much

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to the gym as well for hosthng Brilliant stuff. Thank you very much

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to the gym as well for hosting us. Much appreciated.

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Celebrities, world leaders and even royalty have had

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He's one of the most in`dem`nd photographers in the world.

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But Rankin's been in Nottingham for a photo shoot with a difference.

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He was here to photograph the people who help run a historic

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Sunlight, camera, action. The world`renowned photographer Rankin

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has had everyone from Madonna to the Queen in front of his lens, but this

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was an opportunity to swap glamour for gardening. Everybody I have met

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is so calm, they feel like this is a brilliant thing for them to be here.

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The Trinity spirit is fantastic. brilliant thing for them to be here.

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The Trinity spirit is fantastic The The Trinity spirit is fantastic The

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allotment is one accommodation The Trinity spirit is fantastic. The

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allotment is one accommodathon as allotment is one accommodathon as

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part of the national museums at night festival. `` the community

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spirit. It is about people being proud of the city and a part of the

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city that does not get the lost city that does not get the most

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positive press. It is a wonderful jewel in the city's round. I think

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jewel in the city's round. H think he has reached the peak of his

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career because he has photographed us and there is nowhere elsd for him

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to go. It is lovely. I am happy us and there is nowhere else for him

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to go. It is lovely. I am happy with it. I like it! I want your top tips

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for taking photographs, for the average person, how do they improve

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the photographs they take? Don't take photographs to impress other

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people, take them because you love to take photographs and you love the

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subject you are taking the photograph of. If you take

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photographs of things you love with love, not for technical reasons, you

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will take better photographs. Great photographer, great allotments. I

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know it well. Is it weather four allotments?

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Things are slowly deteriorating this week. We reached 24 degrees in

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Nottingham this afternoon. Well above the average. I think we will

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not see that this week because not see that this week becatse

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things are on the change. Low pressure starting to take over. A

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very slow process. I think things tomorrow are not looking too bad at

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all. I have my optimistic hat tomorrow are not looking too bad at

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all. I have my optimistic h`t on. all. I have my optimistic hat on.

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Showers developing through the day tomorrow. They will be very

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isolated. Decent sunshine. The air temperature is not quite up to 24.

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temperature is not quite up to 4. Up into the 20s in the sunshine.

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Hefty showers across parts of Wales this afternoon. We have managed to

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escape them so far. One or two this evening. An isolated shower or two

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overnight. Most of us staying dry. Temperatures, very muggy. Quite

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Temperatures, very muggy. Qtite difficult. In. `` quite difficult

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for sleeping. Tomorrow will start dry but the showers will cushion in

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the morning. In the afternoon, they will be more isolated but hdavier

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the morning. In the afternoon, they will be more isolated but heavier ``

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will be more isolated but hdavier `` showers pushing in. Not everywhere

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will see the showers and many of us will have decent sunshine. Hn the

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sunshine, temperatures creeping up to 21 or 22 degrees. Wednesday,

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looks like most of us will dscape looks like most of us will escape

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the showers. Some brightness. The showers finally catching up with us

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for the end of the week and turning cooler.

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We have hit the reset button. It will come back. This sumler will

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It will come back. This summer will be beautiful. Back with the late

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news. Goodbye. 'The last two generations have been

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robbed of an opportunity 'And yet it has greater impact

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on our everyday lives than anything

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