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

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Tonight ` Nottingham's biggdst fire in a decade reduces a presthgious

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Today a team of investigators have started working their way through

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all of this trying to find out what went wrong.

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Also tonight: The local bushnesses in the running for HS2 contracts

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worth ?10 billion. We are getting a number of rail

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projects into the business to get us into that sector for when HS2 does

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hit. Plus, a village 4,000`strong finally

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gets a health visitor ` but only for 90 minutes a month. The poptlation

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of the village has doubled hn the last ten years, so thereford the

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demand for all sorts of services has increased.

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Join me at this super`sized stationery cupboard as this company

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fulfils thousands of orders on its busiest day of the year.

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Good evening and welcome to Monday's programle.

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First tonight ` work is under way to establhsh what

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caused Nottinghamshire's biggest fire in a decade.

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In fewer than five hours, the world's first carbon`nettral

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laboratory on the Universitx of Nottingham's Jubilee campus had

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Today investigators began the task of trying to pinpohnt how

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Our reporter Jo Healey can join us now from the site.

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What is the latest that you have? Good evening. The irony has clearly

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not been lost here. This was, as you said, to be the world's first

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carbon`neutral laboratory and it's gone up in smoke. Today, thd site

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was deemed safe enough for fire and police investigators to get in there

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and try to discover the cause. This shows what it was becoling a

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world beating beacon of a btilding. Instead, overnight,

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this is what it became. We have been watching it develop

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over the past six months and yeah it's a bit shocking to see

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that it's burnt down to the ground. To see what is left

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of it now is really sad. You can see how charred bits

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of the building have landed on this roof from the site

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of the fire over there. The blaze on Friday night could be

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seen for miles. Buildings under construction are

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more vulnerable to fire. 60 firefighters brought it tnder

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control. Thankfully, no`one was hurt

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and no other buildings destroyed. The initial reaction was ond

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of shock and horror, really, at this wonderful new building being

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consumed by flames, but then it was sadness about what had been lost but

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then immediately a determin`tion to We can't be drawn into

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whether or not it was suspicious, but at this time I have to dmphasise

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the scale of this incident was huge, so you can see the devastathon

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behind us, there was a conshderable It's not something that we can

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rush into with regard to And investigators are working

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closely together to do that. While they do, part of Triulph

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Road remains cordoned off. One business says that's costing him

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at least ?2,000 a day. I have five technicians in here

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usually working flat out all day. But the fire, as you can sed,

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is affecting us quite badly. The university insists

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its green research work and its We've got outstanding scientists

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working on green chemistry. They will continue to do

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their research in other buildings around the university

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and we will bounce back frol this. How exactly are they going to bounce

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back? Well, they are very hdartened by the great number of mess`ges of

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support they have had from other universities, both nationally and

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internationally. They are stpporting the green chemistry, which hs what

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this building had representdd. The registrar told me earlier today that

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it may not be in the exact location, it may not be the exact samd design,

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but they will find a way to rebuild it and it will still be a world

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first here in Nottingham. Thank you. If you would like a different look

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at the fire, we have thermal imaging on our Facebook page.

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Leicester's first Premier League win.

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And the controversy surrounding that big East Midlands Derbx.

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It may have ended in a draw but there was no shortage

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Next, we can reveal that Bolbardier says they'd build trains for HS

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in Derby if they won the contract for rolling stock.

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It comes as firms in the East Midlands are being told that more

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than ?10 billion worth of contracts are up for grabs in the construction

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Many of our companies are expected to be in the running.

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But one specialist recruitmdnt agency has warned that

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the new rail project will h`ve to overcome an engineering skills gap

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After winning a ?15 million Network Rail contract to supply

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gantries, this long established family firm of steel fabric`tors

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in Loughborough now has its sights on getting work on HS2.

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It offers real opportunities and that is to be supplying the

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likes of this steelwork into major national infrastructure projects

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on a scale really that hasn't been seen in the construction industry

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Work on phase one, the London to Birmingham leg,

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It should result in more th`n ?10 billion worth of contracts.

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Two supply chain conferences are being held next month.

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And 40 firms from our region are said to be going along.

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What we are putting together, and this will all be revealed at the

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supply chain conference, is a series of contracts for the constrtction

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of the civil works ` the tunnels, the bridges, the embankments,

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This firm, specialising in the rail industry, says there are fantastic

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opportunities but getting the right staff could be challenging.

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Some of the average ages within the rolling stock sectors, 45, 0,

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and there's not enough talent coming through with science

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and technology and engineerhng degrees, or apprenticeships to

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At the Adey Group they say they are investing in the future by taking

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This is a firm that's always found new markets after starting out

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as an ironmonger's shop in the town in the 1920s.

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The supply chain for HS2 is a vital part

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of them succeeding in the ddlivery of the project, and they recognise

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that, which is good to see. Early involvement with the supply chain is

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something we would welcome from the word go.

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The steel firm hopes that the rail sector could eventually makd up

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What more are Bombardier saxing about the possibility of HS2 work?

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It appears to be good news for the Bombardier workforce. I askdd the

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company about its intention to build trains for HS2 when the tenders go

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out. This work could be worth up to ?7.5 billion. Bombardier cale back

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to me this evening to say that if they were successful, the ctrrent

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intention is to build the trains in Derby. Now, they already have

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engineers in Derby who are dxperts in high`speed rail, working on

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projects in other parts of the world. The expertise is there. The

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tenders haven't gone out. Btt tonight Bombardier is backing Derby.

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In terms of the ?10 billion contracts available for the

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construction work, how likely is some or all of that to come to our

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region? That is for phase one at the moment. If you are looking for rail

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expertise, this is the region to come to. The Derbyshire Rail Forum

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represents more than 100 colpanies who are experts in everything to do

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with the rail industry, so the work should be coming this way, or some

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of it. HS2 are looking for companies that aren't involved in the rail

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industry to come along as wdll because they are looking for

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innovation, they want something new to make this the world's best

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railway. Critics of HS2 will say the cost, the ?50 billion budget, will

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only go up in all this. That's likely in a very long`term project

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like HS2. Hopefully, exciting for Derby. Thank you.

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The mother of a young girl from Derby who survived meningiths says

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her daughter is lucky to be alive after being misdiagnosed twhce.

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Charlotte, who's now six, was first told she had swind flu and

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Her condition worsened and she was taken back to hospital

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where she was eventually di`gnosed with meningitis.

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Her mum says her daughter could have died.

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If I hadn't have taken her back to the hospital, she wouldn't be with

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us today, which is very hard to take in. I, at the time, would h`ve liked

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the doctor and nurse that treated her the day before to be told that

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that child had meningitis and it went unnoticed. We do hear of a

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number of cases like hers where the doctors do initially miss it, which

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is why we do urge parents of young children, particularly, to keep an

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eye on their children, to trust their instincts and to go b`ck again

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and again if they really thhnk their child is not well.

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Dozens of jobs could be lost after Phones 4U announced it had

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The mobile phone retailer operates seven stores across the

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All mobile contracts bought through the company will remain unaffected,

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and the networks will continue to provide mobile services to dxisting

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Police are hunting masked mdn who threatened staff

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at a Nottinghamshire pub with kitchen knives.

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It happened at the Admiral Sir John Borlase Warren pub in Stapldford

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As well as stealing cash, the two men took mobile phones

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Police say a similar robbery took placd at

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Today was quite a big day for one Nottinghamshire village

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A new experimental health clinic opened for babies

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The clinic in Bestwood Vill`ge only operates on one day a month `

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Locals say that's just not dnough health care for the thousands

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Signing up for a new servicd. These mothers in Bestwood Village were

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first in line to take their babies and toddlers to see the health

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visitor. The new monthly clhnic run jointly by Nottingham City `nd

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County Health Services lasts for an hour`and`a`half. But for villagers,

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it's a welcomed sight. Any form of Health Service was sadly missing

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here. So we have been trying really hard to get something established,

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therefore we have been talkhng to the NHS and the Clinical

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Commissioning Group to get to this stage. Bestwood Village lies on the

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boundary between Nottingham City, County a District Services `nd is in

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a black spot for health provision. One of the reasons for workhng the

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way we have done is to provhde an agreement that residents here get

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the same kind of Health Service As it stands, the health visitors that

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are here this morning are the only health provision we have and this is

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why we are working with all of the agencies involved to try and rectify

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that situation. The village has almost doubled in size over the past

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ten years. With poor transport links and a growing elderly popul`tion,

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the need for other types of Health Services is clear. We could have a

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district nurse, we could also be running seated exercise classes

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which will reduce the likelhhood of falls as the population ages.

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Anything that we can use to support our population, that is what we want

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to do. So, it may be a case of baby steps for health provision hn the

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village, but if this trial hs a success, it's hoped there whll be

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more on offer for others in the community, too.

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Christmas has come early for one Leicestershire comp`ny

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as it processes thousands of orders on its busiest day of the ydar.

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ESPO is the UK's largest supplier of goods to schools and academies.

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Everything from exercise books to toilet paper is dispatched

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This is spending on a huge scale! Today, this company will process

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3,000 orders, which equates to ?500,000 in business. It's ` 24`hour

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operation. The warehouse is about the size of four football phtches.

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We are holding ?5 million worth of stock and we make 1,000 delhveries a

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day to the East Midlands alone. Today's its busiest day of the year.

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The company has called it Stper Spending Day as academies spend

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their funding from the Department for Education. The schools `re back,

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the academies are back. Thex have come back with their

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responsibilities to manage their finances so we will be servhng some

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of the 24,000 lines today. That will range from exercise books, toilet

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rolls, to javelins. You can buy anything here. ESPO is a

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not`for`profit organisation owned by six local authorities, incltding

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Leicestershire County Counchl. ESPO was set up by a number of local

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authorities who recognised that they could save money through bulk buying

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and group purchasing. And over the last 30 years, we are servicing

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9,000 schools. That equates to almost two million pupils using

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materials which have come from here. That's why this company is

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celebrating business of ?1 billion a year.

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A scam which targets people under 55 to cash in their pension early has

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left a Derbyshire man in thousands of pounds of debt and in danger

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The man from Ilkeston says he was contacted

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These firms approach people with tempting offers to release cash

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Andy Akinwolere has been investigating.

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When we take out pension, it is all about securing our future.

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But what if I want to take out my pension before I?m 55?

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For some companies, age is no barrier.

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In fact, for some it is an advantage.

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When John, not his real namd, wanted to free up some cash, he

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wasn?t short of offers and one in particular seemed very appe`ling.

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It was a way releasing some money from my pension fund,

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It was a case of you retainhng your pension fund in the long`term,

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but you could also enjoy sole of the cash, is you needed ht.

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The scheme would have freed up ?26,000 in cash,

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but after he transferred his pension, the regulator and then the

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What it effectively meant w`s that the pension was null and vohd.

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That means for me, my pension pot is now gone.

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So if people are being misldd, why are the victims still p`ying?

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She is the Revenue and Customs Director General of personal tax.

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From a tax point of view, wd had to apply the rule equally and fairly.

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If you take your pension out of the safety out of your pdnsion

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And you can see the full story on Inside Out East Midlands tonight

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at 7.30pm in a pensions special on BBC One.

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Still to come ` things are hotting up in Anna's weather forecast.

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That's right, warmer air is moving in from the Continent this week But

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with the warm and humid conditions, we also get some showers. I will

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tell you more later. Time for sport and Colin is out and

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about tonight. Here in the glitzy new`look tunnel

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at the Kingpower Stadium, they are surrounded by memories of promotion

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from the Premier League. We will be reflecting on Leicester's fhrst win

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with a special guest shortlx indeed. There is only one place to start. It

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is with the East Midlands ddrby Nottingham Forest against Ddrby

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The Brian Clough trophy was gleaming. Signs of rivalry

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everywhere. There really is nothing quite like an East Midlands derby.

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This is the one that decides the season for Derby. It is the one game

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where you are nervous. You don't want to lose. Massively nervous

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Been a big Derby fan. Means an awful lot. It is the meanest derbx and we

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are going to win! In many w`ys, this was all about managers. Stu`rt

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Pearce's first derby clash `s Nottingham Forest boss, Steve

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McClaren's first return, but it was all about THE boss, Brian Clough. On

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the tenth minute, a minute's applause and a standing ovation So,

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there was emotion, a devast`ting injury, seven bookings, fans

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invading the pitch, a sending off, a chaotic drama`filled derby. It was

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not a classic. Nottingham Forest made the breakthrough, Assolbalonga

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scoring his fifth goal in shx league games.

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Derby fought back. There was a debate about who bagged thehr goal.

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It was given to the Nottingham`born Ryan Shotton. It was my debtt today.

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It is not a bad debut, to come here and get a point and a goal. It is

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lovely. If we were told we would be top at this stage, unbeaten, we

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would have took it. Today, ht shows you how far we have came, to be

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disappointed we have not took the three points and to create ` little

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gap between first and second. Going down to ten men, 18 minutes to go,

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two 18`year`old boys, we showed great character to get the point.

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Probably the atmosphere tod`y is as good as I have ever known it here. I

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have played semifinals here and goodness knows what else. The

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atmosphere generated by both sets of fans was fantastic and a crddit to

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them for that. Another epic East Midlands derby. Honours even on a

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big day for the two managers. Always stuff to talk about. Plenty

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to talk about here at Leicester Not least the club getting its first win

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of the Premier League season. 1 snil over Stoke. Our special guest is

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Matty Elliot. You must be ddlighted to have seen them get an aw`y win at

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Stoke? A brilliant result. H say great performance, it was qtite a

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steady start in the first h`lf. We came to life second half with a

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couple of substitutions. Th`t made a big difference, and we got ` great

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three points away. Can I pick out three players? Can we start with

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Leonardo Ulloa. What a great build`up? Great play. Great stuff.

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Excellent finish. He made a difficult finish look easy. The

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second player, I want to pick out is the keeper, coming in for

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Schmeichel? A surprise? I don't think necessarily a surprisd.

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Probably a bit of relief for Ben in particular. By his own admission, it

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took him a bit of time to sdttle in pre`season. His performance on

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Saturday warranted giving Nhgel a headache for the weekend. Thirdly,

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it's Cambiasso. What did yot make of him? The way he fitted in so

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quickly. He hasn't been herd long. 45 minutes, he looked like he had

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been here 45 weeks! Stoke are one thing. But it is Falcao and the rest

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coming at the weekend. Can Leicester win? Nigel will be trying to

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implement a few tactical solutions that can exploit those weaknesses.

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Thank you very much for joining us. We will of course be followhng

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Leicester throughout their campaign. Elsewhere, Magpies, Tigers, Stags,

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Panthers, all in action. Let's round things up. Notts County can take

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huge credit for their draw `t Peterborough. The Magpies dhd a lot

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more than hang on. They produced the best chance of the game, but the tee

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up was too fierce. Mansfield Town were left cursing the referde after

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defeat at Wycombe. The Stags controlled the first 20 minttes The

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referee surprised an entire stadium by saying this was a handball inside

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the area. Mansfield never rdally recovered. Wycombe got their winner

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with 13 minutes left. We fedl a bit of injustice. He's give a h`ndball

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that we think hasn't hit his arm and we think it is outside the box. It

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is a game`changer. In rugby it was the Tigers who had to come from

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behind. Exeter had a try by the time Allen spotted this kick through The

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Panthers got their season under way with a 3`1 over Cardiff Devhls. This

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the pick of the bunch. Nearly up`to`date. The cricket to

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mention. All three of our counties in action. You can see the scores on

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the BBC website. As for the rest of this week, plenty

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of football still to come. Both from clubs trying to get into thd Premier

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League and this place, alre`dy there. We might mention the visit of

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that Manchester United side a bit this week as well!

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That looks lovely. Time for the weather. It fedls more

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like August than September. Things are improving. Temperatures

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are slowly starting to rise. It will turn a bit humid and when wd get the

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humidity, there is a chance we could have some scattered showers. There

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is a lot of cloud around, particularly during the mornings. It

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is warm air pushing up from the Continent over the next few days.

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That is what will make it fdel warmer.

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It starts to cool down by the time we get to the weekend. We h`ve had a

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few showers around this evening It's been trying to rain. Some spits

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and spots about. That all dhes out as we go through the evening itself.

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The cloud is expected to become quite extensive. It is low cloud.

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There will be quite a bit of mist and hill fog into the Peak District.

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It is holding temperatures tp tonight.

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A cloudy, misty start to yotr Tuesday. Thing also be very slow to

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improve and in fact, it looks like we will hold on to quite a bit of

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cloud throughout the day. M`ybe some brightness across the east. I am

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hopeful that that cloud shotld thin to give you some bright or sunny

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spells. It does look like it may prove a bit stubborn in places.

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However, temperatures not b`d. 0 Celsius is your high. And there will

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still be a few isolated showers around. It is a similar story on

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Wednesday. You will be waking up to a lot of cloud, mist and murk.

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Things should brighten up through the day and a risk of a few showers.

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As low pressure starts to edge our way, we are at the increased risk of

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a few showers. We start to see high pressure starting to build `s we

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head towards the weekend. That means things will be cooling down a little

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bit. Both Saturday and Sund`y should be dry and bright.

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Brilliant! Sounds all good. Pick the bones out of that! Inside Ott is on

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