23/08/2014 East Midlands Today


23/08/2014

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With your news now for the East Midlands, I'm Maurice Flynn.

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East Midlands Ambulance Service says its lost the records

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The records include names, contact numbers, addresses, and

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details of medical conditions of patients seen by the servicd between

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The information was stored on a data cartridge, largely obsolete

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Police are helping with the investigation.

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It is a great concern to us and we are taking it very seriouslx and

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that is why we have reported it to the police and all the bodids who

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regulate the NHS. We are very sorry about this, but steps are now in

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place to make sure it does not happen again.

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An event to commemorate the start of World War One is being hdld this

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It began today, exactly 100 years since the British

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About turn! A century may h`ve passed, but the spirit lives on

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Radio Leicester is playing host to the World War I at home road show,

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an event designed to teach people about the First World War. H am a

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primary school teacher and ht is important they learn about why we

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went to war. It was such an awful, awful war and all those millions of

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people died. I like history. I just like learning about it. I lhke the

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news thing. But some people, this event is more than just the way of

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finding out about World War I. It is a route into their family hhstory. I

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know he was injured. I'm trxing to find out more. We have got his

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medals and we would like to know the history of how he was injurdd and

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where he served. Somewhere out there is a member of your family `nd they

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are all connected, but without having the knowledge of how to find

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them, they don't know where to start. The hope is that this event

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will be a fitting tribute to all those who died in the great War

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If you've been in Derby and hearing the cathedral bdlls ring

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at odd times today it's because they've been holding

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There's ten bells in the tower, one of which was cast in 1520

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Around 100 visitors got the chance to see

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Organisers hope the annual event will attract more

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We could always do with mord ringers. We have enough at the

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cathedral, but there are more towers around the region who could then a

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fit. In football, Leicester faced Chelsea

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again today in the Premier League. Meanwhile, convincing wins for both

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our Championship sides, with Derby beating Fulham 5`1 and Notthngham

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Forest beating Reading 4`0. While Mansfield Town lost 2`0

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at Dagenham and Redbridge. More international accolades

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for our swimmers at the After setting a new world rdcord

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in the semi last night, it was perhaps no surprise Derby

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swimmer Adam Peaty also won today's The fastest woman in water,

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as she's known, Loughborough's Fran Halsall also took gold,

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but in the 50 metre backstroke. And in ice hockey,

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Nottingham Panthers began their campaign in the new Etropean

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Champions League last night. Sadly, with a 2`4 defeat to Finnish

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side Lukko. Let's see what the weather holds

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in store for the bank holid`y. The showers are starting to ease and

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it will be a cold night. Temperatures will start to drop In

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rural areas temperatures down to as low as two or three degrees. A cold

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start tomorrow, although thdre will be some sunshine. The crowd will

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increase from the south`west and there is an opportunity of catching

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a shower. Sadly, if you havd got plans for bank holiday Mond`y, it

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will turn quite wet. To weather fronts are working their wax towards

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us. Quite windy as well and it will remain unsettled through thd early

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part of next week. The Beat is on air on your local BBC

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radio from six, More from me here,

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at 6.50pm tomorrow. It has been a familiar story again

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today, pleasant in the sunshine but certainly a chill in the air and

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tonight will be unusually cold for this time of year. There will be

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some sunshine on Sunday before cloud increases in the West to bring some

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rain around on Monday. Still showers at the moment, some heavy ones,

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maybe thundery across eastern England, Windows will fade away

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maybe thundery across eastern England, Windows will fade tonight

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will be dry, clear, cold, not a breath of wind. Temperatures in

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towns and cities in many areas will be in single figures but if you are

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in the country, look at this: Temperatures in the night for a

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while could be close to freezing. Chilly start first thing, sunshine

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to compensate. For many eastern areas it will stay fine and dry

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with some sunshine all day. Heading further west, the crowd will come

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in. -- clout. It will bring in rain. Should be driver

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