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Loughborough MP replaces Michael Gove at education. The biggdst shock

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of the reshuffle. Plus, putting a name to a face. The new polhce

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identification system that can trace a suspect in seconds.

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Also tonight: The rough with the smooth. How a Derbyshire motor

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sports firm rode out the recession. And in sport ` Westwood winds up for

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another tilt at the Open. Good Evening

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and welcome to the programmd. First tonight ` it's been

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described as one of the biggest But this evening, David Camdron has

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his new ministerial team in place. Two days of hiring and firing has

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resulted in significant movds both up ` and down ` for some of our

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biggest political personalities And it's Loughborough's MP,

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Nicky Morgan, who tonight is She's the new Education Secretary,

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replacing the controversial Our Political Editor, John Hess

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is in Loughborough, outside A busy day. It certainly is. Nicky

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Morgan's constituency officd is based around the corner frol

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Loughborough parish church here She is a church`goer and could her

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Anglian Christianity help shape future education policy. David

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Cameron's ministerial changds were full of surprizes today. I suspect

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no`one, not even Nicky Morg`n herself expected to be moved to the

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Department of Education. Here her constituency staff were mord than

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pleasantly surprised. They weren't the only ones welcoming a change at

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the top. Little wonder Niki Morgan

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was smiling in her way into Downing Street. Education Sdcretary

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is a big, high`profile job `nd after a last week's national strike by

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many teachers, the Prime Minister may want some fence`mending with the

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teaching profession. Only a few months ago, Michael Gove was

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visiting a school in her Loughborough constituency. Perhaps

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someone should have warned him ` look behind you. And this praise

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from another minister on thd move. Nicky Morgan is a great belhever

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in Michael Gove's reforms, `s am I The Grantham

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and Stanford MP Nick Boles switches from planning minister to

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the Department for Business. And promotion, too, for Broxtowd's

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Anna Soubry, up the Ministry of Defence, where she is

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now second to the new Defence Secretary. Moving on and out of

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Government is Rushcliffe's Ken Clarke,

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today he explained his reasons. Minister. I have been a minhster for

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several decades. I have been a minister for longer than anx man now

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living. They are things I normally don't stress because it makds you

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sound as old as the hills. @lso gone, Alan Duncan, the Rutl`nd and

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Melton MP. He had been International Development Minister since the 010

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general election. Also gone, is Andrew Robeson, the MP for South

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Leicestershire. He was the Northern Ireland minister. Keeping fht. So

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what type of Education Secrdtary Morgan make? She likes the running.

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The education establishment may find Well, Nicky Morgan had little time

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to say goodbye to her former colleagues at the Treasury,

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where she was a minister. On Monday, she faces the Hotse

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of Commons for her first Qudstion Maybe that explains why she hasn't

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been able for interviews to talk about her early priorities.

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So what do the teachers expdct from her?

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I'd say to her ` get around a table. Talk to the teaching professionals.

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Talk to leaders of the teaching trade unions and really think about

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where our education system hs going. Is it the right thing that ht should

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be privatised into academies and free schools or should we h`ve a

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national system which is about the children and their education, first

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and foremost. Unlike Ken Clarke's Rushcliffe,

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Loughborough is one of the lost That Cabinet seat will be

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politically worthless, if Nhcky Ken Clarke has freely admitted he

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was feeling a little "demob happy" prior to being

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reshuffled out of office. He told me earlier that he won't

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miss the endless stream of ministerial red boxes `

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but will still play an active role I enjoyed being a backbenchdr when I

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last left the front bench, `fter we left office in 1997 when he declined

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the chance to be on the shadow bench. I enjoyed the last ydars in

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Government in opposition. Think I shall enjoy being a backbench

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government MP. You advise you will be happy to offer advice from the

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backbenches. Will you be a back seat driver? You represent your

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constituents and give what xou think is the right advice in the national

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interest. That's what I reg`rd Parliament for, actually. I quite

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enjoy doing that. Obviously for most of my life I have enjoyed bding in

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Government, actually contributing and doing a proper job of work and

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do something about some serhous problems, trying to help make a

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small contribution to the bdtter Government of the country. Hn terms

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of the reshuffle what is yotr view of the cull of the middle`aged men

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in suits and bringing in more women? No Prime Minister I have worked for

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has had a reshuffle where I have agreed with every bit. I am sorry

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for some of my friends and delighted or others. What he is trying to put

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together is the Government he would like to form after the next

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election, here is an indication of what it would look like, and these

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people have ten months to show they are up to the job, which by in large

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they undoubtedly are. More time for you, to indulge your hobbies? Joy of

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jazz, and bird`watching and so on? I don't neglect them when I w`s in

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office. It was tricky when H was the Chancellor of the Exchequer and when

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I was at the Department of Health because it is fairly lively, but,

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yes, I do think it is quite important to have something to relax

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at outside. The things I enjoy are things which I'm so absorbed in I

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take my mind all away from politics and Government. It is all rhght for

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a bit and then I'm actually, as much an addict of politics and Government

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as I was when I started. I dnjoy the House of Commons as mucheses as I

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did the first day when I walked through the job. I will keep a

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balance but a bit more cricket will be welcome, particularly with the

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weather stays like this. Th`nk you for talking to us and good luck

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Critics have been invited inside to challenge county council's plans but

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left unsatisfied. Derbyshird people need those resources and thdy have

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been stolen. One of our police forces is

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testing powerful new technology It's able to identify suspects `

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who've been caught on camer` ` Leicestershire Police say it could

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transform Our Social Affairs Correspondent,

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Jeremy Ball, reports. CCTV has become a vital part of

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police investigations. Foot`ge that shows who is at the scene of a crime

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but identifying the suspects can take weeks of detective work. Now,

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though, Hilary can find a m`tch in seconds using this new faci`l

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recognition software. This demonstration shows how polhce

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employee is picked out from a data base of every suspect whose picture

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is on the force computer system T can even spot family members with

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similar facial features. It is amazing of sorting through 82,0 0

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images in a matter of moments. It will be such a useful tool for

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office out on the beat T cotld be low level shoplifting to murder

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scenes. They are checking footage from these

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new body`worn cameras, as wdll as shops, buses and sports grotnds The

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results can't be used as evhdence in court but the trial has alrdady

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identified around 100 suspects. That has potentially saved us tens of

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thousands of hours sifting through photographs. It may well have found

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individuals who might never have been brought to justice before. It

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makes a huge difference. Sole people will be worried, won't they, that it

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is a bit big brother? Powerful technology that can affect people's

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lives. It is an important qtestion and one which I'm glad you have

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asked. Searching the data b`se of people we have arrested and we have

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lawfully got their photograph. Nothing else. Leicestershird police

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think this is more advanced than anywhere else in the world `lthough

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it is only a trial. It is already attracting interest from other

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forces as far afield as France and Romania.

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In recent days council leaddrs in Derbyshire have been spelling out

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where the axe will have to fall if they're to complete ?150 million

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worth of cuts within the next three years.

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The cuts have been described as the toughest in the county's history.

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But today protestors got thdir chance to challenge those who will

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make the final decision. Here's our Chief News Reporter, Quentin Rayner.

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Before their meeting Derbyshire s Cabinet was left in no doubt about

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the passionate opposition to the cuts Across housing`related support

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aLen, ?9 million over the ndxt few years, which effectively is

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two`thirds of the budget of those services. For our service, we are

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look ing at 85% cuts. What this means in real terms is going with

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working from 400 young people to over a year to actually 40 for the

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whole of Derbyshire. What a contrast in the corridors of power in the

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county council headquarters N this room schoolchildren from across the

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county promoting what they say is the brilliance of Derbyshird. Across

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the corridor here, in committee room 1, the Cabinet is holding a public

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meeting to explain ?157 million of cuts.

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Out of all the 64 councillors to take this seriously. How will

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Derbyshire County Council ftlfil their responsibilities? We have

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very, very little money left now to run council services. So, what do

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the protesters think about what they were told? There was nothing

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entirely that was reassuring. I think they will be going ahdad with

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these cuts. At the moment it is 50% cuts, which is significant. I would

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like them all to do a lot more and to show how you angry they `re and

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protect our services. Peopld need to understand the constraints we have

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to work within as well and H hope they have managed to take away the

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work we are doing to limit the pain caused by the cuts. Now the

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consultation begins before final decisions in the autumn.

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Police discovered a cannabis farm as a result of a public campaign using

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The cards were recently handed out so people could discover wh`t

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cannabis smells like. A member of the public tipped off the police

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about a house in Mansfield. Today officers raided it and found 40

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plants with an estimated street value of just under ?250,000.

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A Derbyshire man was today jailed for 16 months for tax fraud.

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30`year`old Danny Peat, previously known as Daniel Twells,

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from Alfreton, had attempted to claim ?120,000

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He made false claims in onlhne Self Assessment tax returns.

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It's not even opened yet ` but around 800 tickets have already

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been sold for the new King Richard III visitor centre in Leicester

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The old Leicester Grammar School building at St Martin's Place is

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being transformed into two floors of exhibition space,

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telling the story of the King who was found in the nearby car park.

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It's a global phenomenon in the cycling community th`t's now

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What's believed to be the rdgion's first white`painted "ghostbhke"

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has been left at the scene of a crash in which a cyclist died.

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People working nearby say it highlights the need

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From Nottingham, Mike O'Sullivan reports.

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Traffic passes by a ghostbike left anonymously at a busy road zblunges

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Nottingham. Painted white, ` tribute to a cyclist who died in a road

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collision at the junction of Lower Parliament Street and Penniford

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Street earlier this month. Ht'll remind people of how unsafe the

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roads are for cyclists. It hs really bad. It is a nice memorial. There is

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a lot of dangerous roads around here for cyclists. It is a tragedy what

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happened but I think it is laking a good statement towards people riding

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a bike and the attitude of when they are using the roads. 29`year`old

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Louise Wright was fatally injured after being in collision with a

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Greene King delivery lorry `t 8 30 am. She was a robe of the Nottingham

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Roller Girls Roller Derby tdam and worked for Paul Smith in thd City.

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The business, right next to the accident scene has also left a

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tribute. Staff would like to see road safety improvements at the

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junction. Some had mixed fedlings about the ghostbike. I dare say most

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people were touched. There were a few mixed reactions about whether it

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was tasteless or not. Personally I think it is a good idea to raise

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awareness of what is happenhng at that junction. Louise's boyfriend

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James Faulkner told the BBC he hopes the ghostbike will help to prevent

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another tragedy. The City Council says it'll have to consider whether

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it is creating an obstacle for pedestrians.

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Next a woman has told us how she spent ?5,000 on health care

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needlessly because of anxieties with her health. She looked up hdr

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symptoms on the internetted. It is called cyberchoondria.

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Paul Bradshaw has had report. Recognition for a job well done

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These two nurse has exceeded all expectations in the treatment of

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health anxiety at Kingsmill Hospital during a recent study into the

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illness. Some people become house bound actually because of these

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fears and, of course, it is baying cost to the health service `s well.

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`` a big cost. There needs to be provision for them. This sttdy has

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shown this works, it is cost effective and easy to delivdr and we

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need to proviewed services. Health anxiety has been recognised for

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years but now, it seems, patients using the internet to diagnose

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themselves is making the problem far worse. Whereas with the doctor you

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have to make an appointment for you don't have to make an appointment at

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the internet. You can look `t it for hours every day. Unfortunatdly in

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this condition, you actuallx have people who do spend hours on the

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internet and it magnifies their symptoms because the worst

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conditions are always the ones they see first. Mary Wyatt suffered from

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cyber chondria for years. She said the illness made her feel she was

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wasting her GPs' time. I was paying privately to see consultants. I

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thought I would be draining the NHS. Also, you feel guilty. Becatse

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doctors say ` there is nothhng wrong with you, but you feel diffdrently.

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You get reassurance, which doesn't work. I must have spent abott

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?5,000, I think in private health care. There is no provision for

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treating health anxiety in the health service at present btt it is

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hoped, following the results of this study, that will soon changd.

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Sport now and a big event, this week is the Open from golf. Todax is

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practice day and Colin has gone to Liverpool to see if former world

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number one, Lee Westwood can recapture his form. Lee Westwood is

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the question. The answer cotld, maybe be the Royal Liverpool

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Hoylake, the scene of the Open. Magnificent today in the sunshine.

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He has to play amidst of all this talent. At the moment he is not the

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man in form. Not making the cut in the build`up and the final two

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rounds. Looking for inspiration here. Can he do it? Let's ask the

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BBC's golf correspondent. Lde Westwood? Can he rejuvenate things?.

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If you don't get inspired hdre, you are struggling. But it has been a

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tough year for him. Around the time of the Masters he was showing prop

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Issing signs with his new coach and felt things were working. ``

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promising signs. That brings frustration and erodes confhdence.

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We will see him on the practice round. One man in form is Jtstin

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Rose, winner of the Scottish Open. In a way we saw him first. 21 years

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ago he was a junior winning the mow Tringous junior open at Radcliffe.

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This event stwarted this morning. `` winning the prestigious. Back in

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1993 Justin Rose was 12, thd youngest competitor at the

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tournament but already playhng off five. Two years later at 14, he won

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it. Now he is doing rather well for himself, winning the Scottish Open

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at the weekend. He is one of England's top players, now looking

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forward to the Open. Today's McGregor trophy features 40 overseas

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players out of 144. There is a strong international field but are

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there any budding Roses? Thdy put on a fantastic event. Parents `re

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supporting them. No doubt you will find a Major winner here.

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One has come from China to compete. Others have had a shorter trip. The

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dream is to try to make it. On the tee, Joshua Taylor from Mill Green

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golf club. The McGregor Trophy started in

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Radcliffe in 1982 and now it returns here every five years. It's note a

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Birkdale or a Hoylake but it has a heart that cares about this event

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and as long as it does that, I'm sure England Golf will keep coming

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back. It has grown and grown, it is now recognised as the worldwide

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event for boys of this age to play in. This is where it starts at small

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clubs, they go to their counties, they develop and next thing we say

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them in the Ryder Cup. It is great to see them at the peak of their

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sport. I love playing golf. Sadly, the only bit I'm any good at is the

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driving. So, while Rose rises fulfilling

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potential, Westwood wonders if this is the tournament where he can

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rejuvenate. This is a huge dvent. The Commonwealth Games is also on

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the way up in Glasgow. Lots of athletes looking forward to this.

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Many from the East Midlands and many of whom, who have had for ydars to

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juggle fulltime job was thehr hobby, looking for galory. Angela has been

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to meet one of them. So I'm an A doctor, I work at

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Queens Medical Centre. I'm on a rotation where we r rotate `round

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different hospitals in the Dast Midlands. I started shooting when I

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was about 15 or 16. It is something I started to do and enjoyed it. Then

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I realised in a you could go to the Olympics with shooting. So H thought

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I would really love to compdte at a high level with my shooting to a

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persevered and kept practishng and went to the Commonwealth Gales in

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2006. Melbourne was magic for Rachael Parish. A be incredhble

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experience. You cannot buy the memories to. Win a gold and silver

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was fantastic. What followed was years as frustration as womdn's

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trouble trap was dropped from major events.

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It's been very frustrating ht was taken out of the Olympics and out of

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the Commonwealth Games for Delhi, to the point where I had stoppdd

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shooting completely for abott 1 months. It's very exciting that it

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is back in again. It's been an eight`year wait for the

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sharp`shooting doctor, kermdd to do her best. Its a bit of a ugh Joel

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and struggle occasionally. `` it's a bit of a juggle and struggld. Adding

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to her medal tally, the medhc has her eyes on the prize.

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A couple of quick bits of sports news. A new signing for Nottingham

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Roberts. The captain of Barcelona's xouth

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team is signed in. Lots of drama in the cricket, too.

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You can catch up with that on the BBC Sport website. Notts ch`sing the

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county Championship. I want to show you this before we G this is the

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media compound here at the Open Half the world's media feels like it

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is here, as long with what feels like half the world's cranes. You

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can follow it online and on TV and radio. We, of course will bd

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watching Lee Westwood. Now, we stay with a sporting theme

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and these are encouraging d`ys for a firm which began life on a farm in

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the Derbyshire countryside. . The company has moved to much l`rger

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premises and doubled its workforce. Believe it or not it is thanks to

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the recent global recession. For the second in of Made in the East

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Midlands series, we report now from Belpar.

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It starts life as a Land Rover but when it leaves here it is a Bowl

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per. This small factory is one of the biggest names in off`ro`d motor

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sports. We move the engine further back and lower down for centre of

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gravity reasons. We put our own suspension on there. We essdntially

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change everything underneath the car but retain the strength of the

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original Land Rover chassis. It does its job ` which is to go fast for a

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long period of time across very inhospitable terrains. Among the

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firm's biggest fans, the Top Gear presenter, Richard Hammond.

:24:18.:24:22.

! How can anything survive this But it almost didn't survive thd

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financial crash. When the world changed in 2008/9 we decided that

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our car was fundamentally good and the engineering was fantasthc but we

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needed to move into a different direction. So we took what we

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thought was a great car, thd rally car and decided to make it ` road

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version. This is the EXRS otr road`going car a version of this

:24:47.:24:49.

rally car, which is built for customers who want a noisy, fast,

:24:50.:24:53.

exciting car. This is a competition car. I had the pleasure of filling

:24:54.:24:57.

this up the other day, it is ?5 00. To fill it up. Not cheap. `` ?5 0.

:24:58.:25:06.

This not cheap it buy. ?1 86,00 . Really? Including VAT It is not

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unusual for people to spend that. You cannot buy a Ferrari for less

:25:12.:25:15.

that than. Where has this bden racing? Morocco, Tunisia, Algeria.

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We race in Spain, lit I, Fr`nce Anywhere that there is the

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opportunity to do high`speed off`road driving. In recent months

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it has had to move here to keep up with demand. We have doubled our

:25:31.:25:36.

workforce. We'll look at into other disciplines and locations btt we'll

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keep this as the HQ. Proud to be a brand from the East Midlands.

:25:42.:25:44.

Without a doubt. Tomorrow in the final part of our Made in the East

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Midlands series we are at the Leicestershire bakery which has won

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more than 4,000 awards sincd it opened for business in 1906. Now the

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weather from Kate. Not too bad. Yes but warm and human and thundery

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weather heading our way latdr this week. Another transient ridge of

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high pressure across the UK at the moment. We have changes on the way

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for tonight. A warm front ptshing in from the south`west. This one won't

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have much rain on it, which will disappoint the gardeners, btt it

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will it'll introduce much w`rmer, more humid air. Temperatures will be

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creeping up Kay`by`day up into the high 20s by Friday and that will

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increasingly gift chance of thundery showers later in the week and into

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the weekend. For the time bding it is fairly quiet. We day dry for the

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rest of the night with clouds dispersing. Clear spells. Btt

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despite that, it won't be mtch cold other. Temperatures down to 13 or

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146789 a fairly muggy one in store. Tomorrow morning a dry start.

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Sunshine first thing. We will see the cloud building into the

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afternoon once again but despite that cloud, temperatures will be

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higher tomorrow, up to around 2 , possibly 25. There is the chance of

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that heat that it could spark one or two thundery showers across more

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northern parts into Derbyshhre and Nottinghamshire later on in the

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afternoon. Most places stayhng dry. Those showers will be short 46

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lived. They will die away on Wednesday night. `` short`lhved

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Thursday looking decent. Drx, spells of sunshine, fairly warm with

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temperatures up to 24. By Friday, temperatures are going to bd up into

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the high 20s, 28. And as I say, there is a chance of these thundery

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showers sparking off. Watch this space. Crash bang, wallop come

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Friday or thereabouts. Something to look forward to? Yes, and something

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else to look forward to. Thd late news, with me and Kate.

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