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

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the first day out of hospit`l for a critically ill baby.

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After months of planning, specialist nurses accompanied five`month`old

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Wyatt to his parents' wedding. He was smiling, and I didn't think he

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would, because I thought he would be quite overwhelmed. To have him there

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for the day topped it off for us. It wouldn't have been the same without

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him. Also deny, a biking accident

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ruptured John Pal macros cldan, so why was he not admitted to hospital?

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Plus, breathalysers bull bar goers. Reaction to a new test trial.

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But the lasers behind the wheel of the car is appropriate, but I'm not

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sure about going to the pub. And the pub. Andy Fox's rampant. He could

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win it here for them. He scores Fans hail the humbling of M`nchester

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United. No`macro I wasn't expecting that. I can't believe it. I'm

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absolutely flabbergasted. . First tonight ` it took months

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of planning, two specialist nurses But staff at

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Nottingham's Children's Hospital were determined to make it ` dream

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wedding for a couple from Grantham. Five months ago Sam

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and Brian didn't even think He was born with

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a rare congenital disorder He spent every day of his lhfe

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in hospital until the big d`y. On Saturday,

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they just wanted him there. But it wasn't without risks,

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as our health correspondent Back at Nottingham's paediatric

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critical care unit this morning two days after he was born, Wyatt's

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parents feared they would lose him. This weekend, he was the st`rt of

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their wedding. Support from the guys here, the

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doctors and nurses do allow him to come out from the day, has been

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fantastic. I promised his p`rents he could be with them at the wddding,

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and it took two months of planning. To specialist nurses, nerves of

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steel and plenty of medical kit It wasn't just the bride worridd about

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getting to the church on tile. He was absolutely fabulous. He's an

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absolute angel. He has slept pretty much the whole way here. Very

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excited, and nervous. I didn't think I would be able to do it without

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him. We plan for him to be here Wyatt had to be attached to a

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ventilator was another day. One of the biggest moments for me was when

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the nurses roll round to thd car park, Google didn't expect ht, so it

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took me back quite a bit just to see him there.

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I was quite overwhelmed. It's daddy. Just to with him stop me thhnking

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about anything else, so it has taken some of the the nerves away.

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All that I am, I give to yot. And all that I have a share.

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It's a huge deal. It's masshve. As the first time we've ever bden able

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to take a child this far from the medical centre, because if `nything

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were to happen, we need extra person to run antiwrinkle ambulancd.

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He was happy, he was smiling. To have him there for the day tops it

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off for us. It wouldn't have been as spdcial

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without him. He won't remember the wedding, of course, but it hs a day

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they will never forget. He can do it, and he thought that he

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could be potentially coming in the next month or so, to know and see he

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can do it was special. Eight years after he died,

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a couple are hoping that a new inquest will reveal the truth about

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the treatment of their 20`ydar`old John Moore`Robinson

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from Leicestershire went to Stafford He'd suffered a ruptured spleen

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but it wasn't diagnosed. He was discharged

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and died the next day. An inquest

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into his death was held in 2007 But last August,

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that verdict was quashed Michele Paduano reports

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from Leicester coroner's cotrt. And script. A second inquest last

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year interrupted because new witnesses had been found. John

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Moore`Robinson's father is hoping this time, finally, he will get the

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whole truth. To lose a child is life changing. But we have got to travel

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this road to find the truth. We owe that to John. It needs to bd done,

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and it has been done. All btt for the final days. 20`year`old John had

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fallen off his mountain bikhng. The force had bungled his handldbars.

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Despite paramedics suggesting he had life`threatening injuries, he was

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discharged home from Stafford Hospital. His family arrived today

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to hear from a junior doctor who examined him. He accented whth

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hindsight that John Moore`Robinson's observations were

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not normal, and he should h`ve seen him sooner. The coroner Catherine

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Mason asked the doctor whether he had carried out the full

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investigation at the time. He answered, I think that I did carry

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out a full investigation. When asked whether that was reflected hn the

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notes, instead, it is lacking from my documentation at the timd. It is

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not something that I am protd of. Last year, we interviewed one of the

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new witnesses to come forward. His statement said they were desperately

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short staffed and pressurisdd to remove patients from AMD. This is

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something he had already told the BBC. No`macro we didn't havd great.

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We frequently stayed as well because the staffing was so short in the

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department. Every nurse I worked with put in clinical incidents to

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the management. The family left knowing he shouldn't

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have died. A matron said he star should have recognised he w`s in

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shock and should have been kept in hospital overnight.

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The inquest is due to last `ll week in the Leicester coroner 's court.

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Scrapping police and crime commissioners:

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that was one of the cost`cutting measures announced

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"Fiscal responsibility in the national interest"

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was the big message from thd Shadow Chancellor Ed Balls.

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But will that message and tomorrow's big conference speech from Labour

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leader Ed Miliband do the trick for Labour in the East Midl`nds

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Well, our Political Editor John Hess is in Manchester for us.

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John, this week's conferencd is going to be pretty important

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It certainly is, and for thd Labour Party as well.

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Ed Miliband's already pledgdd to raise the minimum wage

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And over the next few days, Labour will be unveiling more policies it

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hopes will appeal to those tndecided voters of the East Midlands.

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These will be on schools, jobs and the NHS. They hope they will appeal

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to those undecided voters. No political campaign is colplete

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without a baby. This politician has clued up many of them. But Catherine

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Atkinson can be forgiven for holding tightly onto this baby. It hs her

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own, and three`month`old Jacob is making his first appearance at the

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Labour conference. Childcare is going to be crtcial for

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me and for so many families. I think the commitment we have alre`dy seen

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to increase free childcare hs fantastic.

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Leanor Mathers hopes to be the next MP for Sherwood. With her

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constituency's delegate, thdy have a number on their mind, 214. That was

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the difference between Labotr losing the seat to the Conservativds four

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years ago. I can add Millib`nd's leadership get her over that way?

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People believe he is prime ministerial material. I think we

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have a lot going for us. People absolutely fed up of David Cameron.

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Out of touch, saying to be but, things have got better, things have

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recovered, and people reallx aren't feeling that.

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The next step for Laney mothers and labour's other parliamentarx

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hopefuls is to win over the voters of the East midlands who deserted

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the party in their droves at the last general election.

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Let's put some of those points to Gloria De Piero, the Ashfield MP and

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shadow equalities minister. That was a fairly tough message from the

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Shadow Chancellor this mornhng. Is he lowering expectations of what a

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Labour government can delivdr if elected? No. He was saying today

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that, we are going to inherht a tough financial situation, so we

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have to get the deficit down, but Britain would be a totally different

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place. An ?8 minimum wage, 25 hours free childcare, wraparound

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childcare, breakfast school and after`school clubs. Freezing energy

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bills. Making work pay. It hs going to make a huge difference to my

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constituents in Ashfield and people across these midlands. Be hdard in

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my report from two examples of women who want to get into parlialent but

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isn't Westminster still a htge turn`off for women wanting to go

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into politics? Well, the Labour Party has the masses of work on

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this, and we have got great candidates like those two, but they

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are key seats for all of us. You need to Windows. We do, but in our

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target seats, we have happened our candidates that are women. The other

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candidates need to step up. I told you what a boy from the college said

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to me. When I asked what a politician by, he said an old bald

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man. You have been around the country. Why are people choose the

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politics? I think for so many reasons, but are fed up, and it is

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up to us to show that we can make their lives better, but we `lso want

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them to help perspective. It is broken, we need more normal people

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in it. Thank you very much. And Ed Miliband's big speeches tomorrow

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afternoon. Thousands witness an historhc

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flight over the Derwent Dam. An unforgettable view, from the

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ground and from inside the `ircraft. A tribute to the Dambusters

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by two Lancaster bombers. Calls are being made

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for a fresh investigation into the financial accounts of the

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Al`Madinah free school in Ddrby The latest published records show

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that one former employee of the school received

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an unauthorised overtime paxment. An investigation by BBC Inshde Out

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East Midlands discovered it was for more than ?12,000,

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and still hasn't been repaid. I think it is a damning indhctment

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of a system we have criticised before. There is no financi`l

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accountability. There appears to be no oversight, and there are payments

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that need to be looked into by appropriate authorities with large

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amounts of public money that have been spent with no justific`tion, or

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for reasons we are unsure of. So it is an appalling use of publhc money.

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You can see the full story on Inside Out for the East Midlands

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Next tonight ` there's been a mixed reaction to a new trial

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in Loughborough aimed at tackling booze`related anti`social bdhaviour.

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Since Friday, people have bden asked to take breath tests

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If it's considered a success, it could be rolled out

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Police say allowing securitx staff to breathalyse customers

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at the door could help reduce alcohol`related crime, but not

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everyone agrees it's a good idea. Tom Brown reports.

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It's a busy Friday night in Loughborough. In the pubs and clubs,

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the drinks are blowing, but not everyone will make it this far.

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Outside, the bouncers can now breathalyse people to make sure

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they're not too drunk to cole in. It's a bit of a silly idea. It is a

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free country. You should be able to drink what you like. They whll cause

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animosity. Also, I think it may actually push people away from going

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into a place to start with. It protects people going into ` bar,

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and people outside the bar. I think it is a good idea. All I'm saying

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is, it is a guide, some information for the them to consider. It has

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been introduced by Leicestershire Police. There have obviouslx been

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mixed reactions, and I understand that. I hope as people come to

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understand what we are doing and why and they can perhaps start to see

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the benefits. What are thosd benefits? Hopefully, in the long

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run, the number of incidents will be reduced, making every where safer

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for Babel in general, causing less workload for emergency servhces and

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hopefully makes the whole town centre more enjoyable for everyone.

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Dohmen will be using these tests are five bars across Loughborough for

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the next six weeks, and if this trial period is a success, ht could

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be rolled out not only across the whole town, but also across the

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entire county. The bars will each set their own

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drinking limits. How drug is too drunk? It has been specified that

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they will be double the drink`driving limit, so anything 70

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plus on the reader. They will get turned away? Yes. I had a gty at 23,

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another guy at 18, and someone at 44. We had not had any trouble yet.

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We're not penalising people for going out and having a drink.

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We want Iran to enjoy themsdlves. But it is just more safety.

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The idea first came from Norwich, where they saw a reduction hn

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violent crime and drunken dhsorderly behaviour. If that happens here

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this six`week trial make become a permanent part of Leicestershire

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nightlife. Plans for a health centre

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on a notorious derelict sitd Duckworth Square was once a thriving

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shopping centre in the '70s, It was demolished a decade `go

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and since then a whole rangd of Now the city council looks

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like it'll buy the site frol the owners, and in the short`term,

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it could be turned into a c`r park. The recession has had its ilpact,

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various different private ddvelopers have tried to bring forward a

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project, but in the economic climate of a recession, that's just not been

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possible. Now, as winter approaches, some

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hospitals are getting extra money to cope with the expected extr` demands

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on their NAND services. NHS Trust in Nottingham and Leicester, which has

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struggled to meet waiting thme targets, will receive almost ?1 to

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improve services. The QMC in Nottingham says ht has

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seen unprecedented pressure this year in A Can we have a handover

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before you move? On average, Airdrie 's 500 people a day, 200 more than

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it was designed for. Now, the government has stepped in whth

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almost ?4 million of additional funding. It will be spent on 12 new

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cubicles to care for patients, 50 extra staff, including doctors,

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nurses and support staff, and a further 69 Beth Tweddle missions at

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both the QMC and the City Hospital. The Leicester Royal Infirmary, which

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serves 1 million people, is one of the worst performing A in the

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country, consistently struggling to hit the government's four hour

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waiting time targets. Now, ht has been given an extra ?3 millhon to

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insure 95% of patients are seen treated, admitted or discharged in

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time. But the Royal Derby Hospital isn't receiving any extra money It

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is one of the future rests hn the Regency haggled for our Tigdr since

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June last year. And it's a big thank you to the

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listeners of BBC Radio Notthngham, who've helped the station slash

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its target of collecting 11,000 The Big Poppy Knit commemor`tes

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the men from the county who died A special exhibition of thel will

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be held at Nottingham Contelporary The woollen flowers will thdn be

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sold by The Royal British Ldgion. Now, time for sport,

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and a question for you, Colhn: what do Manchester United

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and Richard III have in comlon? The answer is that they werd

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both buried in Leicester! Social media lit up with thd jokes

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and joy after Leicester's f`mous 5`3 As a taste, Leicester's favourite

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son, Gary Lineker, first tweeted something

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unrepeatable but then added "I think "that's the greatest Leicester City

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performance of all time". Liverpool striker Mario Ballotelli

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enjoyed it too, That's "laugh out loud",

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for the old folks. And I really liked this one

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from a guy called Ammar Orion. Let's face it, whatever the state

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of Manchester United defencd, Leicester had to take advantage

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And, boy did they do that. And on Sunday, a sell`out crowd and

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a visit from a star`studded Manchester United squad. Wh`t's not

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to love about life in the Premier League? Leicester City may be the

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new boys, but they were out to prove a point. Manchester United's stellar

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signings had no idea what w`s coming. They were about to be

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humbled by a home side hungry for success. The visitors took the lead

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through Robin van Persie. A header at the back post. They doubled their

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advantage with a sublime chhp. Angel di Maria, United's ?60 millhon

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signing. The foxes have found a star signing of their own. Leicester City

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score within seconds of going to down! United came back with a cheeky

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backheel. 3`1 down, it lookdd done and dusted, but Leicester h`d other

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ideas. Type a comeback, courtesy of a contentious penalty, calmly put

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away. Right footed from Davhd Nugent! What happened next stunned

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the bubble establishment and sent foxes fans into a frenzy. Hd might

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angle a shot. He does! And they weren't done yet. Jamie

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Vardy's had a dream journey to the Premier League, and few goals will

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mean more than this. Finishhng for them! Jamie Vardy!

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Foxes' fairy tale complete, as Tyler Blackett was shown red, and this

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penalty meant the game was beyond doubt. What a match, what a result.

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It was absolutely fabulous. The best thing that has ever happened to us.

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I can't believe it. Absolutdly flabbergasted. We know how good we

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are, we know we will always have a chance against anyone, and luckily

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today, we won it. Very well, because you don't play well, you can't win

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with Manchester United. It is a step. We need more points.

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From going 3`1 down to win ht, it is testament not only to the qtality of

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players we have, but the belief in the spirit, amongst us. The belief

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and spirit to keep trying to do the right things, and all in all, I

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think we got things right is today. It has been 29 years since Leicester

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last beat Manchester United, but good things come to those who wait.

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Elsewhere, Derby County Captain Richard Keogh has signed a new

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It follows a decent weekend for all of our league teams with no defeats.

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Kirsty Edwards starts our round`up in the Championship.

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Nottingham Forest's game at Millwall won't go down as a classic. A great

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save kept the red in it, but at the other end, it was not bred ` sombre

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longer's day. It was the first time Forest had not scored all sdason.

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They are still unbeaten, and at the top of the championship.

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We enjoy the pressure, and H think the players enjoyed the pressure of

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being beat up a belief. We `re there on merit, and we are there having in

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my opinion, not played as wdll as we possibly can. We need to kedp

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improving, the players have a you want to keep breathing, and we know

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full well that this is a long, unforgiving season.

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Derby County dominated the first half against managerless Cardiff,

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but somehow found themselves 2` down the second. Down, but not out.

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Jordan high came off the bench to score his first goal for thd club

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and show off some moves as well And then, not even the post. Thhs

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long`range strike from Craig Bryson. Unfortunately, the only staff that

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matters is, we conceded two, managed to get to, and showed good

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character, but we need to thghten up, on the defending side of it and

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if we do that, I think we whll be a good side. If there is one thing

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Notts County can do this se`son it is defend.

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They have the best record in League 1, but while they have only conceded

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six, they have only scored seven, so no surprises there is one against

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Oldham ended in a goalless draw A familiar face was a Mansfield town,

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as Keith Curle retained as the new Carlisle manager. Not a happy

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return. The Stax got in front, and then to goals from their striker

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looked to put the game out of sight by half`time. Mansfield had survived

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a scare as Carlisle fought back with two goals. The stacks were certainly

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relieved to hear the final whistle. In rugby, it was a disastrots

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day for the Leicester Tigers. They suffered a record defe`t

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against Bath losing 45 point to 0. Bath dominated throughout,

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rattling up five tries. Leicester failed to register

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a point for the first time Their injury`ravaged side fdll to

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their heaviest ever defeat And in Ice Hockey's Challenge Cup,

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Nottingham Panthers fell to a 4`3 defeat in Coventry last night,

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but their fans would much r`ther focus on the 2`1 win over old

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rivals Sheffield. 6,000 were there to see it `nd

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the game winner was a real treat. Brandon Benedict applying

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the finishing touch. And well done to the Virtual

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brothers, winning their fin`l race at the sidecar season second in the

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championship after terrible injuries. Thank you very much

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indeed. Thousands

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of people came to Derbyshird this weekend to see a recreation

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of the famous Dambusters flhght The last two airworthy Lanc`ster

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aircraft in the world flew over The historic flight took pl`ce

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as one of the Lancasters prdpares to return to Canada.

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Simon Ward reports. People travelled from far and wide

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to get their vantage point. They came to experience what hasn't been

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seen since the 1950s. Lancasters flying over the dough

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went down in Derbyshire. First, the spectators here those familhar

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engines, and then, they are right. The only flying Lancaster is in the

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world. This is their last ptblic appearance together on this tour of

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the country. One is from thd Battle of Britain Memorial flight, and the

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visitor is from the Canadian Heritage Museum. That is

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significant, because 30 Can`dians took part in the dambusters raid in

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World War II. On board, we see the moment they crossed the damn. I m

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really happy. I'm happy that I can see them, through my eyes, not

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through any pictures or viddos, but through my own eyes.

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The kids need to know where their history is, about the world war

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Surprised how big they were. And that they were big and loud.

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It just will be with joy. Actually seeing them live. I've never seen

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them before. It was Barnes Wallis from Ddrbyshire

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who invented the bouncing bomb that was used against the German dams. It

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was one of the most famous RAF raids of the war, and the Dohmen 's

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damning Derbyshire with the place they trained at the head of the

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operation. The Canadian Lancaster is returning to Canada from RAF

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Coningsby in Lincolnshire tomorrow. It could be the last time these two

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iconic aircraft fly together. And to see footage

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of every flight of the Lanc`ster this summer, there is a special

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gallery on the bbc news website ` And we also have in`flight

:24:46.:24:48.

footage on our Facebook pagd. Some news Justin: Hundreds of

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students had been evacuated from buildings in Derby this evening

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following a chemical spillage. Firefighters are dealing with an

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incident on non`street. Roads around the area remain closed. The Fire

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Service command on the scend told is that the chemical alert is centred

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on a nearby factory. Take c`re if you are in that direction. Lore on

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the late news. Time now for the weather forecast.

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but warming up nicely into the afternoon. We will hold onto the

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clearer skies now through the evening and overnight. Therd is a

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bit of cloud around, which will join us through tomorrow, so certainly

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the early part of this evenhng, a fine finish. The wind remains quite

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light. It all changes to thd overnight period when it coles to

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mist and fog again. We will see that increasing, and also, quite a

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difference in the overnight temperatures. In the cities and

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towns, you will see a minimtm of around 12 to 13, and in rur`l areas,

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temperatures will start to drop anything between two and five

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Celsius overnight, so patchx grass frost also likely. Mist and fog will

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clear through the early part of tomorrow, and it will be another

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fine, dry day. Quite a bit of sunshine into the afternoon, with

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the exception of the North of Nottinghamshire and into dovish as

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well. That is where we start is in the first signs of a weather front.

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A couple tried to work their way down, and they will start to produce

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a small amount of rain. Daytime temperatures tomorrow a maxhmum of

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18 Celsius. That weather fronts or the will sing southwards through the

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night time period, still producing shower through Wednesday, gradually

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becoming drier, because high pressure will start to rebuhld again

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from the south. The gradients and isobars also studied tighten a

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little bit, coming up against low pressure further north, so that will

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give us quite a breezy Albert as we get closer to the coming wedkend.

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Most of the next half of thd week will remain dry, and over the

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weekend, we will also probably look at even warmer temperatures. Nearly

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the end of September. It wotld believe it? Very good news hndeed.

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Summer has been extended. Now I'm the late news. From us here,

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goodbye.

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