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Thank you very much indeed. That is it from Edinburgh

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

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Tonight ` a coroner calls for new rules on stray dogs

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Lexi Branson was killed by the family dog, a dog they had rehomed

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Also tonight, residents whose homes are threatened

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Nothing surprises me with what goes down with this farce.

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Plus why the Scottish Saltire has just been

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And a plea for more toys for babies like Joey.

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I'll be reporting from the Children's Hospital.

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Good evening and welcome to Tuesday's programme.

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First tonight, the family of a four`year`old girl killed

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by her pet dog have describdd her as a bright, fun`loving little girl.

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Today the coroner recorded that Lexi Branson died as a result of

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The inquest has prompted calls for national guidelines to be drawn up

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to regulate the re`homing of strays. Victoria Hicks reports.

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Lexi Branson died from faci`l injuries and from being unable to

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breathe chewing the attack by the pet dog they are taken into their

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home weeks before. Today, this statement was released by the

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police. She was a bubbly girl who always had a smile and brought

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happiness to everyone she mdt. We still think about her everyday. She

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lives on in our hearts, as we have such wonderful memories of her.

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Jodie Hudson seen here, had bought the dog for ?50 from the candles in

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Barrow upon soar. The tree home and dogs from Leicester City Cotncil. It

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was Jodie Hudson's decision to take the dog even though it was

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advertised as better suited to a home with their children because of

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its side. They described thd temperament is very friendlx, but

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police enquiries later found out it had seven previous owners and had

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recently attacked another dog. Today, Lexi's grandfather s`id that

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he was pleased that there should be some legislation that the c`ndles

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had to abide by, some strict rules regarding the re`homing of stray

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dogs. He said, we were very surprised to hear there werd no

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guidelines and I strongly c`ll for them to be implemented. The inquest

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heard that no home visit had been made, even though the bulldog was

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going to a flat without a sdcure garden and further was a 4 `year`old

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girl. But there was no statttory will qualm and for a visit by an

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inspector to be made. Following the tragic death of Lexi Branson in

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2013, Leicestershire police carried out a full investigation into the

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circumstances surrounding hdr death, and no criminal activities were

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found in the enquiries. The coroner said that he would be making

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recommendations to the authorities to prevent future deaths, adding

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that this was one of the most harrowing of deaths coroner has to

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deal with. Well, Steven Havers is

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a dog behaviour expert. He's been training dogs

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for 22 years and joins us now The coroner said that we nedd much

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stronger rules, will that hdlp? Yes, rules will help, but we need

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education for dog owners on what is appropriate behaviour. Is something

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specific that could make a dog go for a child like this? An

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examination of events over the previous 67 homes, which I heard in

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the report, would lead to a level of frustration that the Dell could not

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cope with. That could be anx dog at all? Absolutely, it is not the

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breed, it is individually appropriate to a dog. Any dog is

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capable of it, fortunately lost do not reach that level. How do we stop

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this from happening again? To condense it into one sentence, do

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not wind up dogs, do not pl`y with them until they are exhaustdd. That

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builds resentment and frustration. Do we need more education? We all

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think, we could all have a dog in our house, how do we get past that

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and give more education reg`rding having dogs in the home? Obddience

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training is fine to a degred, but the behaviour of the dog is more

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important, and it is about teaching the dog that it needs to be calm and

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not excited and playing endlessly, because that builds excitemdnt,

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resentment and frustration hf it goes on too long. The message is,

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and very, very carefully about having a dog. Give it time, space

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and be calm with it. Thank xou. Still to come ` the second report

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in our special series on edtcation. We'll meet Tom Campbell,

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a fast track head teacher, brought in to run a school in Leicester

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which was in special measurds. And I will be giving a lesson

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in the ways of the weather. It's an A`star for sunshine and an E

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minus for staying power. Next tonight, this programmd has

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learnt that the final decishon on the preferred route for HS2 though

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our region will be delayed tntil after the next general election

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and possibly for as much as a year. Residents, businesses

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and councils had expected to be told firm details about the high speed

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line by the end of December. The owners of six Victorian railway

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cottages, due to be demolished by HS2, were expecting to know the

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preferred routes later this year. Now they face further uncertainty

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as the route decision could be Another year of waiting

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and not knowing what to do. For the first time

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yesterday it hit me hard. I was sat down here having

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a coffee and burst into tears. Nothing surprises me with what

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goes down with this farce they call modernisation of the r`ilway.

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It's totally out of control. If Derby is chosen

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as the region's HS2 station, the cottages can remain, but if

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Toton gets the nod as the station site, the more likely option,

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then the cottages will have to make Now the

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North West Leicestershire MP Andrew Bridgen has been briefed, bx the

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chairman of HS2 no less, th`t the announcement on the preferrdd route

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will not be made this year `nd could HS2 will be involved

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in analysing the consultation, which will push back the announcelent

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of the preferred route until after the general election and possibly

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as late as September next ydar. The Department for Transport says it

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has asked HS2 to do further work on getting some of the line built

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more quickly around Crewe. The Secretary of State will make

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an announcement in the autuln. The Saltire ` the flag of Scotland `

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is flying over Derby this evening. It's part of a late plea to Scots to

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remain with the Union and reject independence

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in next week's referendum. But

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the flag`flying gesture didn't go Derby has long celebrated its links

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with Bonnie Prince Charlie, this Scottie wanted to rule all of

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Britain, but ended his march south here. Now, the current big debate

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north of the border has seen Derby City Council back a call from Ed

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Miliband to show their colotrs and send a message to Scotland to please

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stay with us. This is like, we will give it back in due course. In a

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slightly gink using show support, the union flag above the cotncil

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house was this afternoon replaced with The Saltire, provided by

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members of the local Scottish Association. It is nice to see it up

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there. I am very proud to bd Scottish but equally proud to be

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British. Hence my own personal view is that the no campaign hopdfully

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will prevail. I do not think we should be flying at, if thex want

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out, they should get out, it is simple. It is support that not

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everyone on the ground level fields and not one that has been spoken

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about enough to make an informed decision. We are better togdther, I

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think. The Saltire will also soon be flying over Ripley at Notts County

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Council, but the only opinions that really matter will be countdd up a

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vote next Thursday. `` after the vote next Thursday.

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Staff at Royal Crown Derby have returned to work today

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They'd agreed to stop production last month to try to safegu`rd

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The firm, which currently elploys 168 people, is asking

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The factory has operated a four day week since 2009.

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A Nottinghamshire clergyman whose promotion was blocked, becatse he's

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in a same sex marriage, has begun legal action against the chtrch

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Canon Jeremy Pemberton was refused a licence to work as a chaplain at

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Kings Mill Hospital by the `cting Bishop of Southwell and Nottingham.

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He'd said the marriage went against the church's teachings.

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Now the Canon, from Southwell, is taking both the acting bhshop

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and his boss the Archbishop of York to an employment tribunal.

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Next tonight, a team of researchers at the University

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of Leicester says hate crimd is a serious problem in the city.

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They've just concluded one of the country's biggest sttdies

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It found many people were stffering from physical and psychologhcal

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The team's now calling on all of Leicester's local authorhties

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to help combat the problem. Tom Brown reports.

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At home with her mother, Rachel feels safe now, but for months, she

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says she was a victim of verbal and physical harassment. It enddd with

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her old house being burnt down. You try to get help, but nobody knows

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how to help you or what to do. It gets worse and worse, the fdar

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inside you. It is not a nicd place to be. Researchers at the University

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spoke to 4000 people during a study on hate crime. They say it hs now a

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serious problem in the city. For so many victims, this is a routine part

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of day`to`day life, routine feature of being different. It is

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heartbreaking to hear as a research team, but it is also totallx

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unacceptable. The group is calling for more respect to be shown for

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victims, early intervention, clear reporting and more vigilancd from

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the public. The recommendathons are laid out in this manifesto. It is

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being circulated to the polhce, local authorities and the NHS. We

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see this as an opportunity to show that we are working with victims and

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partners and we want people to come forward, because if we do not work

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on the problem, we cannot ptt in support and bring perpetrators to

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justice. I do not want anybody else going through what I went through.

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It has been six years now, but it is still there, it is always in the

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back a. The study took two xears to complete, but it is hoped it will

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not take as long to change attitudes.

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A Nottingham mother whose two children suffer

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from severe food allergies hs training chefs to better cater

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Nicky Gray is taking the stdps ahead of new EU rules which will call

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for restaurants to provide ` list of all the ingredients they use

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in their meals. Angelina Socci reports.

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Mealtimes in the Gray household are far from dull.

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Kyla and Khan both suffer from severe food allergies.

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All of their meals have to be adapted to stop them getting

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It was a mightmare when my daughter was first diagnosed

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I had no idea what to do, what to feed them,

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After all of that extensive research,

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she decided to set up a bushness to educate schools and restaur`nt

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All staff must be able to provide information to their customdrs.

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Today was time to give 20 chefs from Nottingham some food for thought.

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New laws come in later this year which require food outlets to

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provide a list of all ingredients used in each dish and to be aware

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I was aware of some of the allergies, but not to the extent

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It is more work, but it is about the customer at the end of the

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day and hopefully we can attract people that have got allerghes that

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they know they can come herd and say, I have got this problem,

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It is a real struggle for pdople to eat out that have any intoldrances,

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so this legislation will empower them and help them to make choices

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about the food they eat, because the information will be there for them

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to see the ingredients that are in the dishes that

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Research suggest that most food businesses are unaware

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They have until December 13th to get their menus in order.

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Coming up after the Sport ` toys for tiny hands.

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Josh's family say thanks to staff on a children's ward with playthings

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Now to the second part of otr special series on education, and

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tonight we meet a head teacher, who advises the Government on schools.

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Tom Campbell is the Princip`l of Fullhurst Community Colldge

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in the City, a school that was failing, but which is now f`cing

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a much brighter future. Simon Ward reports.

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Drama is just one of the classes enjoyed at

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The school was in special mdasures until a fast tracked headte`cher,

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Now the school has a good ofsted rating.

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That has led to his appointlent as a government adviser on how policy

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should be implemented in schools, so he is well placed to discuss some

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Not far away in Birmingham, there has been concern with

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the Trojan Horse investigathon about potential over emphashs

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on studies of Islam and in Derby, there has been the Al Medin`

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schools, is it something we have to be concerned about in Leicester

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I am a member of the Educathon improvement Partnership, it' where

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And in our members, we have a Muslim School, Catholic School, single sex

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Because of that relationship, the sorts

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of things that we have heard about in Birmingham and Derby are quite

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The government has been talking about teaching British valuds,

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It is the place of schools to promote British values.

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In our school here, we promote British values stch

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Some of the pupils say they have noticed that

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They have another class for people that cannot speak as much ftll

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English and they have some teachers that speak different languages

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I enjoy science now because I like the facilities

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There are more practicals, more equipment to use

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and there is more of a wide range of subjects to learn about.

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Life expectancy in our communities is 15 ye`rs below

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And teachers come here to address that inequality.

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And when we combine all of our efforts, the leadership

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group, teaching staff, support staff, then we are very, very

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Tom Campbell is also an Ofsted inspector and continues teaching,

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so he still knows the practhcal reality of life in the classroom.

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Since becoming an adviser, his phone hasn't stopped with other

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teachers looking for their views to be put across to the governlent

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And we will have more on th`t series tomorrow. As it is still thd summer,

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just, there is cricket. Yes, a big game, Notts cricket

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players, they have got a lot of work to do.

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Nottinghamshire's cricketers have some serious work to do

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if they're going to stand any chance of winning the County Champhonship.

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Their penultimate match of the season got underway today.

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It's a must win game against the leaders Yorkshire.

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But as things stand, it's Yorkshire who are lookhng very

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Kirsty Edwards has been at Trent Bridge.

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It did not begin well, they lost the toss, Yorkshire batted first and

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they got off to a flying st`rt. Things should have been different.

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Frustration as Chris Reid dropped a catch on the second ball of the day.

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Other chances came and went, but slow going as Yorkshire pildd on the

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runs. The breakthrough finally came through Gary Keady. He spent much of

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this season working as a physiotherapist at the club. He

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sparked a fightback, got another wicket, a further two to follow for

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Notts, with Yorkshire closing on 319`4.

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We have the director of cricket here, Mick, how do you assess that

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first day? Difficult for us. I thought we did pretty well `fter tea

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to get more wickets, but it is Yorkshire's day. Is this sthll

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winnable? Yes, there is a chance we can match the Yorkshire score

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tomorrow and try and put thdm under pressure on the last stay and a

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half. Still three days to go, all to play for here at Trent Bridge.

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In Division 2, Derbyshire whll feel they've had the best of

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But Leicestershire, battered by players announchng their

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departures, have taken an absolute shellacking at Gloucestershhre.

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Rugby and some really disappointing news for Leicester Tigers.

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They've revealed today that Captain Ed Slater will be ott

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for several months after having a knee operation.

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He's now unlikely to run out for the club this season.

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It's a bitter blow for him particularly with the

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I am sure he will come back better and stronger.

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The World Cup is not until September, so he might not have

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as much game time as everyone else, but he will certainly be frdsh and

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hungry for it when he comes back, so I don't think it's all written off

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for him, but from a club pohnt of view and a selfish point of view, it

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Now, Notts County manager Shaun Derry.

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Credited with rescuing the club from almost certain relegathon

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last season. Two wins, two defeats and a draw

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Also a man widely touted for an assistant's job under Neil Warnock

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Well, he's come in to see us here and I started by asking him if he

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When you're spoken in them in circles, it is always nice

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as a professional, working in the industry that I do, to get

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But ultimately, the reason H stopped playing was because I desperately

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wanted to be a manager of a professional football club

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It is about being your own lan, being in control

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Yes, shaping your own destiny is a fantastic way of putting ht.

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I really want to propel mysdlf into the Premier League

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What is your assessment of where you are?

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I want us to make sure that we learn from what happened last year,

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what you can achieve when you do things as a grotp.

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But ultimately, I don't want is to be in that position again.

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It is still a very tough le`gue what are

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your ambitions this season now you have seen the first few weeks?

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I don't want people to get carried away and judge what will happen this

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year on what happened in the final ten games of last season.

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We have some tremendous people involved in Notts County,

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not just on the playing sidd, but in the back rooms and

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There are some people that really care about the club and I w`nted to

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bring that into the players, I wanted to really get people

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involved on a Monday to Sattrday, who really cared about the football

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Have you seen that from the players, that response?

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I see it everyday and we will have some down days

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There will be many days this season when it will be backs

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against the wall, but I can look around and say I can rely

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on the people to give absolttely everything, absolutely everxthing.

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No doubting his passion. Gr`teful having him in to see us.

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18,000 children from all ovdr the East Midlands are treatdd each

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year at the Nottingham Children s Hospital, but for babies, it seems,

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Although there are plenty of toys on the wards, there aren't enotgh for

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Well now, one tiny patient and his family are trying to change

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Joey is now a robust eight lonth old but, just weeks after he was born,

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You hear about things but you don't think it could happen

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He spent more than five weeks at the Nottingham Children's Hospital.

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That's where his mum realisdd there was little to stimulate him.

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When he was in his cot, I couldn't walk up and down the ward,

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They had no toys for here for his age.

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Delighted with the life`saving treatment and care

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They want to buy toys for b`bies, like mobiles that go

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These are often very soft toys but, here, they can't have toys with

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fabric on them, because of the risk of infection.

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18,000 children are treated here every year.

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Soon the babies will be able to play more.

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It's absolutely amazing that somebody would fundraise,

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especially a family who has been through the same situation

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It means a lot to the parents and the children.

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The activities and toys will be used every day

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Joey should not need to comd back now but they hope babies in future

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How well they've treated me and Joey, and how they've done with

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him, it's just nice to say thank you in a different way.

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Splendid idea. Now, the weather We hope it is going to be nice.

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The September slumber continues it has been quiet for the last few

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weeks. Some super sunshine hn the last few days. High pressurd over us

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right now, but some subtle changes in the next few days. It will wander

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off and edged to the east in the next few days. That will pull in an

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easterly breeze and we know what happens when that occurs. Wd pick up

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more cloud. We will not crulble with that. Plenty of dry, bright weather

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during the morning. More cloud into the afternoon. Lots of sunshine this

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morning. The code has been building this afternoon and it will start to

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disperse. `` the cloud. The skies were clear again and with a light

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wind, the mist and fog formhng towards the end of the night and

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temperatures into single figures. Rural areas are chilly, fivd or six

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Celsius. In the town centres, ten or 11 Celsius. Tomorrow, Chile, mist

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and fog first thing. That whll clear quickly. We will bring in some more

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cloud as we head into the afternoon. Staying dry, bright, and

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temperatures giving some sunshine with 19 or 20 degrees. Quitd

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pleasant. Not a lot changes into Thursday and Friday. High pressure

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keeping these weather fronts at arms length for the time being. Well into

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next week it will stay that way Dry weather about, some cloud in the

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afternoon but temperatures hn the high teens, 19 Celsius.

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Cold overnight, you will nedd your bed socks again!

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You could in Italy another pair `` you could let me another pahr. See

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you in the legs.

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