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degrees. It is that little bit cooler through the weekend, but the

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weather is looking pretty This is East Midlands Today with

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Anne Davies and me Quentin Rayner. For the first time firefighters go

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on strike for 24 hours over pension changes. Firefighters working until

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the late 50s is putting people's lives at risk. A man denies gunning

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down his parents`in`law in cold blood for their money.

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Out on badger patrol, a teal setting out to prove that vaccination is

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better than Carling. We havd cage traps anyway so if you are to bring

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those in I may as well go in and vaccinate.

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The World Cup begins today `nd for the first time goal`line technology

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will be used and these guys have been testing it all works

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accurately. At 9:00 this morning, firefhghters

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across the They are still on strike tonight

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in the latest escalation It's the 13th time they've been

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on strike and this one, In a moment we'll be talking to

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their representative and asking him what the firdfighters

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think the strikes will achidve. But first let's hear

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from our reporter Helen Astle who's been following the strike all day

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and is this evening at Good evening. These are members of

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Green watch to have been on strike all day. In the next half an hour

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there will be a shift changd and more firefighters will take over.

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For those people manning thd fire engines it has been a quiet day In

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Nottinghamshire there have been nine incidents that they have attended

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and here in Leicestershire there have been three. In Derbyshhre there

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were all so three. A photograph shows farm buildings on fird near

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Ashbourne this afternoon. The blaze was fought by around a dozen

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reservists who were trained before the first strike. It was at 9am this

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morning that firefighters phcked up their placards and walked ott of

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their stations. Contingency plans to cover emergencies were put hnto

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place. Normally we would have 3 fire engines and at the momdnt we

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have seven and we will remahn at seven throughout the 24 hours of the

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strike. On top of that we do not have the ability to mobilisd our

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specialist appliances so thd platforms that can go up in some of

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the specialist pumping vehicles so we are down to a skeleton

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contingency arrangement. At the clock tower in Leicester melbers of

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the Fire Brigades Union staged a rally to raise awareness of their

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fight. Members of the public had mixed views. Obviously we are really

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supportive and the firefighters do a great job. They are wonderftl man

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but I do not have much symp`thy for the strike. I think they ard

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entitled to a good pension but I am not so happy about them being on

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strike. What they do is quite admirable so I definitely stpport

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them. Judaism the 13th strike in the long`running dispute and thdre is no

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sign of it being resolved. H am not optimistic about an early rdsolution

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because this has gone on so long and we are now on the 13th industrial

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action period so that is not good news. The chief fire officer for

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Nottinghamshire has this advice Please take extra care in what you

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are doing at all times and hf you are celebrating or drinking and

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watching the World Cup please make sure you do not drive and m`ke sure

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your smoke detectors in your home working and be careful with

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barbecues and make sure you are safe. In a statement a spokdsman

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said eight solution can be reached but not under the shadow of

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industrial action. This strhke has been going on for three years and

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these firefighters are quitd prepared for it to go on evdn

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longer. If the dispute is not resolved there will be another

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strike in ten days time. Thank you.

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We can now talk to Phil Coates, who's the Regional Chair

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You have already staged 12 workouts, is `` walk`outs, ht seems

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that this strategy is not working. We are in difficult times to trying

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get the government around the table to talk. Is this blackmail? Do you

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hope more things will go wrong in 24 hours? We have been very fahr. We

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have just asked for talks and only done small strikes. Now we have two"

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they have fully costed proposals that they can put on the table and

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they are refusing to do it `nd it could solve the strike and we are

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asking them to do that. This all hinges on the retirement agd being

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raised and pension contributions being increased. Plenty of other

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workers have their conditions being changed but what makes firefighters

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a special case? The governmdnt did their own report on that and in the

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worst`case scenario is 90% of firefighters could not pass a face

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this test at 60 so that is illogical. `` a fitness test. Why is

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that logical? Why are you ldss fit at 60 than at 55? It is onlx five

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years and people live longer and they are fitter. We do not have many

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60`year`old Olympic athletes. This is a strenuous job. It is the

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difference between 55 and 60 not the difference between 18 and 60 is how

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come you are OK 55 but not `t 6 ? There are factors that are tsed you

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just cannot pass the fitness test, the majority of firefighters cannot

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and certainly women cannot because they struggle at 50 so we whll lose

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them. This sceptic would sax you are trying to preserve an early

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retirement age. We are paying ? 000 a year out of a firefighters wage

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into the pensions. They are not gold`plated, we are paying for

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them. The government have accused your disruptive `` disrupting

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constructive discussions and you're not serious about finding a

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solution. That is rubbish. There is nothing on the table. We have asked

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for some to be on the table and they keep saying next week and they have

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been saying that for three xears. Just put something on the t`ble that

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we can take to the members `nd get something sorted. Is it any

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coincidence that this is thd start of the World Cup? Not at all.

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A man who admits burying the bodies of his in`laws in

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their back garden has gone hnto the witness box to deny murdering them.

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The prosecution claims Christopher Edwards shot de`d the

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elderly couple at their Mansfield home so he and his wife could steal

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The police discovered the rdmains in the back our `` in the back garden

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of this home in Mansfield l`st October. They had been in the grave

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for 15 years. Today their son`in`law Christopher Edwards, who denies

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murder along with his wife Susan, gave evidence. He was asked by his

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defending barrister, did yot gone down your parents`in`law in cold

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blood? Mr Edwards answered calmly, I did not. Did you plan it with your

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wife? I did not. He was askdd if the motive for the evil act was money.

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Absolutely not was the replx. The court heard that Mr Edwards was a

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member of a shooting club and the prosecutor asked him to demonstrate

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how he would aim a pistol. Lr Edwards raised his arm. On the

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weekend the witch Lees was shot dead Mr Edwards was the only person who

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knew how to aim a gone. Mr Ddwards said he was not there. The `ds was

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benefited from around ?250,000 including the sale of the house in

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2005. It helped to pay off their debts. The court heard that pension

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money was paid into an accotnt set up in the name of Patricia which Lee

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after she was shot and Susan Edwards. Mr Edwards said thdy took

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the money to avoid questions and concealed the deaths and mahntain an

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air of normality. Susan Edw`rds has admitted man shorter saying she shot

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her mother after a row but she says her mother had already killdd her

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own husband. The case continues A Latvian man's been told hd must

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serve at least 27 years behhnd bars for killing a man by repeatddly

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hitting him with a dumbbell. 30`year`old Andrejs Pozdnakovs

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of no fixed address, was arrested last October,

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two weeks after police found the body of Trevor Middleton at his flat

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on Northumberland Street in Derby. Pozdnakovs killed him

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before searching his home British police searching land

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in Portugal after the disappearance of Madeleine McCann admit they've

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found no evidence relating to her. Officers spent eight days

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investigating three sites in Praia da Luz, where Madeleine frol Rothley

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disappeared seven years ago. Scotland Yard says more

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investigations will be Kate and Gerry McCann say this

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reinforces their belief that A museum has failed in its bid

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for ?10 million worth The Silk Mill in Derby was

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the world's first factory But it was mothballed three

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years ago to save money. The investment would have bden used

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to turn the historic building The museum is expected to m`ke

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another bid to the Heritage Lottery You're watching BBC East Midlands

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today, where there's plenty more We're in deepest Derbyshire with

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a team which is out to provd that vaccinating badgers is bettdr

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at stopping the spread of bovine TB In the weather: Forget about Brazil,

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it is all about the sunshind right here and temperatures to rival Sao

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Paulo. Find out more shortlx. For the first time,

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the Labour Party has put a precise figure on how much the rising cost

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of living is hitting averagd family On a visit to Nottingham, the Labour

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leader Ed Miliband welcomed the region's economic revival and the

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latest drop in unemployment, but he said that living standards for many

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were still under severe pressure. Here's our

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Political Editor John Hess. Outside the Nottingham Aren`, some

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of its forthcoming star attractions, but would that Stardust

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blow in the direction of Ed Miliband who was centre stage today. The next

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Labour government will abolhsh the bedroom tax, it is the right thing

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to do. He was speaking to an annual conference of the GMB trade union

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and his main theme was families struggling with the cost of living.

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I want to congratulate the Labour councils who are moving tow`rds a

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living wage. One delegate w`s counting the difference between the

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statutory minimum wage and these so`called living wage which is an X

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to ?1 34. A Nottingham branch official and mother of thred sought

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a more robust commitment on the living wage. Will you make of their

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commitment to insure the living wage is enshrined in law? The GMB is

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pressing for their living w`ge to be set at ?10 an hour. Too manx of the

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people I represent have to rely on state benefits to top up thdir

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wages. The ?10 minimum minilum wage would stop that. The Labour leader

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claimed rising prices will lean East Midlands families are now ?2000 were

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so `` worse off than three xears ago. People want us to set our

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target for the minimum wage in a responsible way but we are

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determined to tackle the scourge of low pay by promoting the minimum

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wage and we want to raise it by more than average earnings. This was

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significant because these ideas could be in the Labour election

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manifesto next year. High on the agenda and noticeable incre`se in

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the statutory minimum wage but the much higher living wage, evdn ? 0 an

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hour, that commitment will have to wait.

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A Nottinghamshire MP is to leet the Energy Minister after a ?20 million

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plan to ensure a phased shutdown of Thoresby pit suffered a setback.

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UK Coal is planning to closd the county's last deep mine

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by the end of next year with the loss of 600 jobs.

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The government has pledged a ?10 million loan, but

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Last year the government carried out a trial cull in the south wdst

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of the country to try and comnew sbat the problem.

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Early this morning our reporter Simon Hare joined

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the Derbyshire vaccination team in the Peak District.

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Can you tell me which trap the badger is in? It is the trap on the

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spoil heap. I will see you hn ten minutes. News comes through that

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badger has been trapped. A vaccination is prepared. After three

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weeks they brought in caged traps anyway during the Carl so you may as

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well let me go win and vacchnate. We need the government to put loney on

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the table to help us vaccin`te the wildlife instead of killing them.

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Derbyshire Wildlife Trust are being supported by badger groups `nd

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Llanover is `` landowners. Today they are in Buxton. A young cub has

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been caught. After a quick jab and a spray of marker paint it is

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released. If you are catching cups you are guaranteeing longer term

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immunity for the social grotp of the area. We are pleased to catch cups

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and we have vaccinated over 80% of them in the area. We are off to a

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good start. Daniel and Kevin have cattle nearby and they are the first

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farmers in Derbyshire to support the vaccination project. I think it

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would probably be the way forward for us up here, for the caphtal We

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have never had a bovine TB `nd hopefully this will keep thd badger

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is free of it. At another b`dger set there is another carb. [email protected] says it

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supports vaccination but it does not work when badgers are already

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infected. We're just minutes away

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from the start of the World Cup and one Derbyshire company will be

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hoping it's all systems go because they've had the job

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of making sure the new goal`line technology is up to scratch, and

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we've been putting it to thd test. I wonder what they will talk about

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in sport tomorrow... I cannot imagine!

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I will think of something. On the way, a real World Ctp Test,

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but fortunately not one thex made We'll start with some news though

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because Nottingham Forest h`ve Lars Veldwijk has agreed

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a three`year deal with the Reds The 22`year`old joins from Dutch

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side Excelsior where he netted 4 goals

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in 42 league games last season. Meanwhile after six years

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at Leicester City Lloyd Dyer looks He has rejected a deal to stay on

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at the King Power Stadium and looks Dyer was one of Nigel Pearson's

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first signings back in 2008 and has made more than 260 appearances

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for the team since then. The World Cup gets underway today

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and the England team have arrived in Manaus ahead of their opdning

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game against Italy at the wdekend. Now Manaus is in the middle

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of the Amazonian rainforest. So how will

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the players cope with the hhgh When you think of Loughborotgh

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University to is usually sedms like this but there is a lot mord to this

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`` to the facilities here than just athletes, I am no elite athletes but

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apparently I am a good subjdct to find out what the England

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footballers will go through in Brazil this summer. The citx of

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Manaus, and Amazonian rainforest city, the humidity at the moment is

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91%. Time to hit the heat chamber. The England team have been tsing a

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heat chamber like this to prepare for the sweltering hot condhtions in

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Brazil. It will be hot and ht is something we have to come to terms

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with and we are interested hn getting a feel for the diffdrent

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more tropical climate. We vhsited the chamber on two different days to

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see the difference between running 45 minutes in typical June weather

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in the UK and in Brazil. It is almost a jungle climate. Wh`t we see

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is temperatures between 30 `nd 3 at the time that game will be which is

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around 6pm and what we see hs the humidity will be increasing in the

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evening. I would expect at `round 6pm it would be 65 or 75% rdlative

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humidity. Earlier on Simon gave me my breakfast and my breakfast

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comprised a pill to take to monitor my body core temperature. Now we are

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looking at my body core temperature. He is going to assess the

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differences using my core body temperature. I will put a shirt on

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again. Day one was like an `fternoon jog, date to... 33 degrees `nd I was

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literally keeling over. To summarise all the results, the red line is

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Manaus and the blue line is the UK. This is the heart rate and xou can

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see it is working a lot harder. If we look at the water loss, 0.2

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litres 442 litres and in Manaus it is 50% higher in the hot clhmate. It

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is fair to say it will be tough when Roy Hodgson's men go to win the

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World Cup but good luck to them and thank you to Loughborough University

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to prove that they have the facilities to prove they have to

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work very hard. I am in desperate need of a shower.

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I am glad it was him and not me Another World Cup peace tomorrow

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when we look at the craze for sticker collection. `` colldcting.

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As football's World Cup starts, hockey's is in its closing stage,

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Leicester lad David Condon will line up alongside Beeston's Harrx Martin

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They face the home side, Holland, in front of a packed house hn

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England have only ever made the World Cup final once before

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but insist the pressure is on their opponents.

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We are the underdogs going hnto this and with that in mind it is quite an

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exciting prospect for us. Wd do not have anything to lose and the Dutch

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will be playing in front of the huge crowd in favour of them and the

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pressure is very much resting on their shoulders. I think we are

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there to upset their party. Leicester Tigers Scrum Half Ben

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Youngs has been dropped to the England bench for the sdcond

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test against New Zealand. It's after first choice Danny Care

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was able to join the squad. Geoff Parling and Manu Tuil`gi

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will both start though. And Leicester's Lucy Hall h`s been

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selected for the England Trhathlon It is all there. How many mhnutes to

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the opening ceremony? I think it is about seven mhnutes.

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The World Cup begins in a fdw minutes so what with it comds the

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advent of new technology. It should cut out some of

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the tournament's most heartbreaking Yes, in an historic developlent

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goal`line technology will bd used Well,

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the Derbyshire firm which w`s called Cast your mind back four ye`rs,

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Frank Lampard equalises agahnst Germany. The goal is not given. It

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is a moment that helps to sdnd England crashing out of the World

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Cup. It seals the fate for the introduction of goal`line tdchnology

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which will be used for the first time in Brazil. This companx have

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had the crucial task of testing the equipment. We have been out in

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Brazil for the past two months, on two separate trips, going to all of

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the venues and making sure the goal`line technology is working and

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accurate and ready for the start of the tournament tonight. Sevdn

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high`speed cameras focused on each goalmouth, tracking the poshtion of

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the ball continuously. Cruchally the flow of the game will not gdt

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interrupted. If the ball has crossed the line the referee is nothfied

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with an alert that goes to ` special wristwatch that he wears. Tdsting

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each system takes ten hours and it has to be done in a variety of

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conditions. We do a combination of anything that might happen hn a

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game, we do slow rolling across the line and very fast impact and into

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the side netting and observd during the view of the ball and we

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basically try to trick the system because one bad decision and the

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whole system is undermined. Goal`line technology helps to cut

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some of the controversy but the final call still lies with the

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referee. With the technologx and the testing behind it it would be a

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brave referee that ignored the system. Testing the technology comes

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with impressive perks. We h`ve been around seven stadiums personally and

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I have notched up about 60 goals which was quite fun. That is a good

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claim to fame. Not too bad! Here is hoping in full and go some way to

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matching that. `` here is hoping England go some way to matching

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that. We cannot bear to see the f`ce of

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Frank Lampard like that agahn, can we?

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Know, because he is lovely! Enough, we want to know what the

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weather is like here becausd you might be sitting in the garden if

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you do not want to watch thd football.

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Tomorrow will be beautiful. Sao Paulo 24, here 23 today so we are

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not far behind. It looks like it stays lovely and settled tolorrow to

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get out with your camera and send us some pictures. Another settled and

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warm day tomorrow with plenty of sunshine. It is down to high

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pressure that we are staying settled at the moment and it is keeping us

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lovely and warm and dry throughout the day tomorrow. At the molent it

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is a fine and dry evening whth plenty of late sunshine before it

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gets dark and then it remains dry and settled through the night with

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clear skies. It will feel f`irly warm with a minimum temperature of

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14 degrees. Tomorrow morning it is a dry start. There will be a lot of

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blue sky and sunshine as we go through the morning. As we go

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through the day we start to see cloud bubbling up and the cloud is

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mostly high and there will be bright and sunny spells in between and the

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day will be warm, as I menthoned. Pollen levels will be very high On

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Friday evening we expect a few showers which continue into the

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early hours of Saturday morning and then it is all change briefly. It

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looks as though it will be ` cloudy day and temperatures will bd a

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little lower. There is the risk of the odd isolated shower but on the

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whole, a dry day. Sunday will haven't cloudy start to the day but

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then become brighter in the afternoon. Temperatures are bit low

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as we go into next week and the high`pressure holds on and ht should

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keep it nice and settled but at the moment it looks beautiful as we go

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into tomorrow. Another warm and sunny day.

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I like the sunshine. That sounds gorgeous.

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Join me on the late bulletin when I interview an MP who is meethng the

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energy minister to talk abott the closure plan for Thor Spee. Goodbye.

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