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

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Tonight the Chief Constable who says his own job should be scrapped.

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First tonight, Nottinghamshire's Chief Constable

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has told this programme that his job should be scrapped.

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On You don't need 43 sets of headquarters. It could be done with

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a lot less. How are four`ye`r`old girl died after being attacked by

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the family dog. At 17, Ethan is about to become the UK's yotngest

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bone marrow donor. The amount of pain I'm going to be in compared to

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the amount of pain this child is going to be in, so why shouldn't I

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donate my stem cells? He max need help getting to the table, but one

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sees their commies are very good. I'm talking to the boy described as

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a future World Snooker champion Good evening and welcome to Monday's

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programme. First tonight,

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Nottinghamshire's Chief Constable has told this programme that

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his job should be scrapped. Chris Eyre made

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the comment following a call for forces across the country to be

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merged, to save money. Mr Eyre's backing the idea dven

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though he concedes it's a bht He wants

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a new regional force to run policing And he's convinced it can

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still be locally accountabld. Our Social Affairs Correspondent,

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Jeremy Ball, reports. Local policing

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for your local community. It's a fundamental principld

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of this country's law and order Today Nottinghamshire's chidf

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constable unveiled his plans to adapt to the l`test

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budget cuts meaning pooling more resources and specialist st`ff with

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other local police forces You do not need 43 chief constables

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and 43 sets of headquarters. The money that goes

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into those should be forced and pushed down into giving better

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services to the public. Do you think

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your job should be scrapped? I guess this is part of it for me,

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we can't carry on Regional policing is alreadx

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well`established here in thd The Philpott fire deaths in Derby

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were investigating the East Midlands These days everything from forensics

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to firearms are handled So does Nottinghamshire's police

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and crime commission think ht's time I've always thought there w`s

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a strong case Whether we force people

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into mergers, I think is sthll up in The East Midlands would be

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about the size of Belgium. And it could depend

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on public opinion too. Eight years ago, plans to mdrge

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our local forces had to be scrapped amid fears that local peopld would

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lose control over local polhcing. But Chris Ayre thinks it's

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different this time around. I'm not arguing

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for losing local accountability We've got locally elected police

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and crime commissioners who would make sure the chief constable was

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held to account for the delhvery of local services to meet

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the local priorities that they It's inefficient,

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doesn't make sense and creates But others might not be

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so confident. If police force mergers are back

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on the table they are bound to be Jeremy has in the studio. A regional

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police force would be a hugd change. It's not going to happen imlinently.

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It would need primary legislation. That certainly not going to happen

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this side of a general election I do think things have shifted since

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the idea caused so much outrage last time around. Firstly, because

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there's so much more financhal pressure. Secondly, it's already

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working in Scotland where local forces have been merged. Le`ding

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politicians on both sides are much more positive about this idda of

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police force mergers knows of a message tonight is watch thhs space.

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Indeed, thank you. The mother

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of a four`year`old girl killed by her pet dog has told an hnquest

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how the animal went straight for her daughter's throat beford she ran

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to get the biggest knife shd could Lexi Branson died at her hole

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in Mountsorrel in Leicestershire Victoria Hicks reports

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from Loughborough coroner's court. There is some graphic imagery in her

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report. Lexi Branson was attacked by a bulldog in the lounge of the

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family flat. She died from facial injuries and from being suffocated

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by the dog. Her mother had seen the dog advertised online and told the

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court she liked the look of it for them she said Lexi would give the

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dog cuddles and it showed no signs of aggression, nothing to gdt a

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cause for concern in the five weeks she had the dog prior to thd attack.

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On the 5th of November last year, she described how the dog wdnt up on

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all fours, when Steph and stayed at Lexi before going straight for her

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throat and then her mouth. She described how she tried to pull the

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dogs legs apart and smashed a glass on its head before finding the

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biggest carving knife she could find repeatedly stabbing it before it

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finally released its grip. The inquest heard she bought thd dog for

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?50 from these candles. Thex re`homed cancel strays. `` kennels.

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Police found it had seven previous owners including two dog brdeders

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before arriving here. Detective Sergeant Penny Henry told the

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inquest that while the dog `ppeared passive, it attacked without warning

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the dog belonging to the last owner. That owner had contacted thd RSPCA

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saying he had concerns over his children's safety. But when the

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RSPCA would not collect the dot`com he contacted the city dog w`rden

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saying it was a straight to get it off his hands for free. That meant

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no information about the dog could go forward. Many apologies. We have

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had a problem there. Moving on. Police in Derby have arrestdd

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a fifth person following A group forced their way

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into a house on Gerard Stredt on Saturday night and officdrs say

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its believed shots were firdd. Two people inside the property

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were hurt but not from being shot. Four people were arrested

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shortly afterwards. One, a 26 year old woman,

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has since been released. Another woman was

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detained this afternoon. It's emerged that four out of every

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five brothers or sisters pl`ced in foster care in Derbyshire l`st year

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were separated from their shblings. New figures show 79%

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of siblings were split up. The national average is

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around a third. More than half of those fostered

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in Nottingham were also sep`rated. The charity Action

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for Children says it can affect It's calling for more foster

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carers to come forward. Coming up `

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the start of a new series hdre on East Midlands Today wherd we

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shine a spotlight on educathon. We begin with a look

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at a school placed in speci`l There have been some big ch`nges,

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since then. This week a Nottingham teen`ger will

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become the youngest person hn the UK Ethan Buttress who's 17 and

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from the Lady Bay area is hoping to He was amazed to be told he's

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a match after signing up to the Anthony Nolan register

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at Bilborough Sixth Form College. Our Health Correspondent Rob Sissons

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reports. Most teenagers don't like bding

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parted from their mobiles for long. Ethan was in the bath when he read

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the e`mail from the Anthony Nolan Bone Marrow Trust saying he was

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a potential match for someone. I was at my grandad's house

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in the Lake District in the bath and I was looking at my phone, which was

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a stupid idea, water and phones Because it was only a potential

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match at the time, I didn't think. I think they would have called

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if it had been more serious. Ethan could change save

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a child's life. All he knows is it's

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a boy somewhere in the world, who is I think if I'm going to livd

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on this planet I may as well do something worthwhile, so if I can

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save a life why shouldn't I? The amount

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of pain I'm going to be in compared to the amount of pain this child is

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going to be in is nothing. Why shouldn't I donate

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my stem cells? It began with a session simhlar to

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this, the Anthony Nolan trust takes spit samples to see

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if people are a match. The age limit for donors was

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lowered in 2012 from 18 to 06. Ethan's sixth form Centre

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in Nottingham got involved after a former student, Adrhan

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Sudbury, died from leukaemi`. Ethan's A`level drama class was

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taking his mind off Wednesd`y's procedure to remove bone marrow

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in London. We're absolutely surprised

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and delighted. We have about 400`500 students

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on the register now. The chance of them being

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called up is fairly slim. His girlfriend thinks it's

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great what he is doing. I think it's pretty amazing,

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a brave thing he's doing, A lot of people go on to live

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full healthy lives so it wotld be Well earlier I spoke to Kathe Day

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from the Anthony Nolan Trust and I asked her just how common is it to

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find a match? You have around one

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in 1,200 chance of being a latch But

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when donors join our registdr we do tell them they stay on therd until

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they are 60, so it can be any time It's not always the case th`t they

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are matched as quickly as Ethan was. Of course,

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Ethan was part of a college drive. You're starting a campaign

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called Save A Life At 16. Are you hoping

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his example will attract more young We do like to raise awareness in

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sixth forms and colleges with our presentations, but also Savd A Life

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At 16, what were asking is for the government to send informathon about

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joining the bone marrow reghster to all 16`year`olds with their

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National Insurance numbers so hopefully even more young people

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will know they can save a lhfe. Is there

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a particular reason why you're Younger donors are often chosen

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by transplant centres They tend to have less freqtent

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medical issues that might prevent or delay donation

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so we keen to make people aware this Of course, Ethan may never leet

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the child, the young person who will I mean, it's

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a very incredible thing to do to give something of yourself to help a

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stranger who you might never meet. Building work has uncovered

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"elevated" levels of cyanidd and other hazardous substances `t

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the site of Derby's new velodrome. The ?28 million arena has bden

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built at Pride Park, A report to Derby City Council says

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the toxic material is not d`ngerous to the public, but protection

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measures have been put in place University students in Leicdster

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could be offered the chance to De Montfort University todax

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announced a ?42 million contract for a new fashion,

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art and design school. Developer Balfour Beatty will build

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the planned new Creative It says it hopes to offer work

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experience to students in ddsign, Last November there were fireworks

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and recriminations as OFSTED inspectors put half of

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the secondary schools in Nottingham into 'special measures' in ` major

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effort to improve standards. Almost a year on

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since those snap inspections and with lessons underway again

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after the summer holidays Simon Ward starts a new serhes

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on education by seeing what changes At the end

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of last year there was a devastating Farnborough School was one

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of six placed in the special Critics said it amounted

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to bullying by OFSTED. The inspector said improving

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performance in Nottingham w`s one of the region's greatest

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and most urgent challenges. Phil Compton from the high `chieving

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Rushcliffe School have was brought He's now the executive head

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overseeing both schools. We insisted that hoodies cotld

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not be worn, mobile phones could And that there was a level

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of courtesy between students and staff that previously dhdn't

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seem to exist. So we introduced a series

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of new sanctions. Some of them were considered to be

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quite hardline, but what happened is the quality of teaching

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and the quality of relationships And how confident are you that the

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OFSTED rating will improve here We've seen enough of the st`ff,

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students and engaged with the parents enough to realise that,

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working with Rushcliffe, It's a fresh start with Farnborough

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becoming an Academy with a new black uniform and the school motto,

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Do The Right Thing, translated Well, there were people misbehaving

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a lot and their work wasn't as well And then people weren't

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as confident as they are now. We learned quite a lot more

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and the teachers gave more `wards for the people who had been good

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and more sanctions to encourage Overseeing two schools means working

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in two places, so Phil Crompton often cyclds

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between Farnborough and Rushcliffe. He's there to see both school choirs

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joining to sing together I asked the headteacher why this

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school is such a good example We have a chance for everyone to

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shine brightly and we mean that Academically, we get fantastic

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results, outstanding GCSE and A`levels or the personal

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development of the child whdre we have numerous examples of children

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really being extremely succdssful With Farnborough School becoming

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an Academy, it will have five terms Other schools will have less

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time to improve standards. EDUC Councillor Sam Webster is

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Nottingham City Council's Executive How are the other five schools

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doing? The ones in special leasures? There have been huge changes in

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almost all of the schools. Changes in things like the school n`me head

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teachers, governors have ch`nged and there has been the focus from

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ourselves of the Council working in partnership with schools to improve.

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You could say those inspectors were kept for us. They have really

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focused our efforts are nevdr was working hard to make sure every one

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of those schools is rated good next time Ofsted visit. World thdse

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schools do it? My timescale is as soon as possible. We hope the next

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time Ofsted visit they will be rated good or better. That's our

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expectation for young peopld in Nottingham. Everyone wants to know

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that their local school is `s good as it can be, it's a good school,

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local for them to go to. I don't think they're too bothered `bout how

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those schools are run as long as they are good. Working with

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relationships through teachdrs and students, are you offering teachers

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and students enough support? What are you doing that different? We are

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bringing in a new education director in the City Council. We havd been

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doing lots of bringing in of experts around the country and local

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experts, people who attend schools around in other areas so thd

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supporters there. We are improving what we do because we know schools

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do need that support. We have got to have them and support them but we

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expect them to be good and we expect them to do better. Four years,

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Nottingham has had poor headlines for the education 's are yot

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convinced this time it's gohng to be different and what can you say to

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parents who are watching tonight? We will not rest until every school is

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good or better by Ofsted. We havd been to

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Tower Hamlets for instance. We went on learning visits to find out what

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they were doing. And we found out lots of things, how had good

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schools, and we brought back lots of lessons. Thank you.

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Experts are warning a deer cull may be needed across the East Mhdlands.

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They say research has shown wild deer are not only damaging

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the countryside but are responsible for thousands of road acciddnts

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Deer numbers are increasing across Leicestershire and Rttland.

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But there are concerns about how the public would react to a mass cull.

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And you can see what happens when Inside Out cameras join

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That's at the later than ustal time of 8.00pm tonight on BBC One.

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Still to come we meet the seven`year`old who's tipped

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Westley's already played ag`inst Stephen Hendry although he did need

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I'll start with cricket bec`use its a huge week for Nottinghamshire

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They need to beat Yorkshire over the next four days if they `re to

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stand any chance of winning the County Championship title.

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It's their only shot at silverware as they lost their one day cup

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Kirsty Edwards has been at Trent Bridge.

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Back in training after what turned out to be

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a disappointing weekend for Notts. They were hoping to make it to

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Lord's to defend their one`day title.

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They were hoping to make it to Lord's to defend

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They found Durham's Ben Stokes in fantastic form.

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His 164 and the Outlaws werd set a massive 354 to win.

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And despite an impressive cdntury from captain James Taylor,

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Unfortunately, we didn't do well on the most important day.

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We all know how special Lord's final is but it just wasn't meant to be.

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The players need to be readx and focused for what is going to be

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a huge week for them with a must`win game against

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If they win it we definitelx can't win the championship.

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But if we beat them, we're still in the title race and we

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If we can get that, it will be something special.

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To finish the season without a trophy would be slightly

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We're all desperate to try and turn this division one league

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It's great to have Alex Halds and Harry Gurney back in thd ranks

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but they've obviously got Joe Root and Gary Ballance back with them so

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there's some special talent on show and plenty of internationals, so it

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should be a great game for everbody to watch. This is the

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Yorkshire, here at Trent Bridge preparhng

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They're going to be really tough to beat.

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We would far rather be here now this year than where we werd

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I think we have given a good account of ourselves in four`day crhcket

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this year and we should be very pleased with where we are now.

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We know if we give two more really good performances who

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It really is all or nothing for Notts this week then,

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and they know they're going to have to be at their very best.

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Much better for rugby's Leicester Tigers.

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Their season started perfectly ` with a home win and

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Toby Flood has gone but Freddie Burns

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and Owen Williams are the coming men at ten and Burns was unerring.

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An entire team is injured or away but those who remain are top`class

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and know how to ride their luck for tries too.

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His parents had travelled from Fiji to watch him.

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They will have risen to their feet after

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the interception and not sat down again until the ball was grounded

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A hat`trick of tries and thd game in the bag.

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It could only get better for Leicester with

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a bonus point and that's duly what they delivered in the end.

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If they wanted to wipe memories of last May away,

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Mansfield Town got a much ndeded win away at Exeter City and

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Bingham arrived on deadline day as Sam Clucas was leaving.

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He repaid the Stags' faith straight away.

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Scoring the first goal after just fourteen minutes.

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When Fergus Bell came up with the second five minutes before half time

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Exeter's single goal only a consolation.

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Down at Meadow Lane, Notts County Ladies narrowlx missed

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They were beaten 2`0 by Arsdnal in extra time in their

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Nottingham Panthers continud to find European Competition as hard

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as we feared with the Europdan giants Lulea rolling to

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Panthers with lots of experience to bring back.

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In Superbikes, it was a double win for Leicester

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based team Buildbase BMW at Donington Park over the weekend.

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Ryuichi Kiyonari going into the final Showdown racds

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Also in the six riders going for the title is Nottingham's Chris Walker.

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He confirmed his place with a tenth in the second race.

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And former European and Comlonwealth Champion hurdler Andy Turner said

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goodbye to his athletic carder with an emotional third place in

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He's been a great champion and we wish him

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His teammates clearly enjoydd the send off!

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Well, as one sporting career ends could another be about to bdgin

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Westley Cooper is just seven but he's already being tippdd to

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join the talents at snooker's top table and

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He may need a little help to reach the green baize, a milk crate, but

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Tom Brown's watching him practice now at the Winchester Club

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Good evening. It may seem a little bit much to talk about someone so

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young as being a potential future world champion, but when yot think

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he's already played Stephen Hendry at the Crucible, we may not be too

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far off the mark and yes, this crate comes wherever he plays to help you

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reach the table. Westley, c`n I interrupt? Tell me when you started

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playing snooker. When I went to Butlins and on the last day my dad

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took me down to the snooker club and I potted everything. And thdn we

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went home. The next day, I `sked if I could go to the snooker club. How

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often do you practice? Six hours at the weekend. After school, `bout

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one. It's a lot of work. Tell your crowning moment when you pl`yed

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Stephen Hendry? What was th`t like? I felt nervous. And even more when I

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walked out to the song. I whll let you get on practising while we talk

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to your dad. Give me a sensd of what is achieved in the game. He's been

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invited to a lot of exhibithons Stephen Hendry, Ken Doherty, Steve

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Davis, even Jimmy White, so is done really well. Can you believd it

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Hopefully keeps at it and enjoys it. Hopefully he can go far. Yot must be

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a proud dad. Very proud indded. When I was seven, my dad took grdat pride

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in beating the sport. He has been beating me for a while now. It won't

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be long before he has to give me a start. All the best to you. Thank

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you for joining me and of course, Mark Selby, famous footsteps, he

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could be following him one day. Yes, he will be Westley, the whirlwind,

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Cooper, I guess. Beautiful Stacks of blue sky and sunshine but

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a lovely picture to show yot. It felt like autumn this morning. Quite

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chilly. High`pressure fast nowhere. It sticks with us into the rest this

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week. We will stay dry once again for much of this week. Some subtle

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variations day`to`day. We whll see quite a lot of cloud developing as

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the week wears on and it is that time of year when it gets a bit

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chilly and misty by the morning as well. But temperatures will be

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responding. Lots of sunshind today. More cloud that will melt away

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through tonight so it's dry, clear, and those temperatures will be

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taking a tumble once again. Down to around 10 Celsius but in thd

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countryside, 4`5. You can sde on the chart, mist and fog forming once

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again by the morning as well. A bit murky to start off with tomorrow

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morning and a bit chilly, as well. The mist will clear quickly through

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the morning. Into the afternoon some fair weather cloud herd and

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there. Generally, a dry, sunny day. 18`19. Responding after that chilly

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start. The high`pressure st`ys with us for the rest of the week so it's

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fairly cloudy at times with temperatures in the high tedns.

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Lovely. Thank you very much indeed. Tune in for the late news. @bide by.

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