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This is East Midlands Today with Dominic Heale and Anne Davids.

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Tonight ` a furious row over the axing

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80 of them will go, the Torhes claim Labour are targeting cuts in the

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countryside. There seems to be some unfairness in the way they `re

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applied 2`run areas, not only these cuts but also children's services

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and buses. Is landfill buridd Chris Bentley council that this rdcycling

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bags more waste. Fears of fracking, how landowners say they are

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countryside will be fracturdd. Happy anniversary ` sports from the iPro

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Stadium as Steve McLaren celebrates one year in charge.

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Good evening and welcome to the programmd.

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First tonight, a major blow for reading in rural communhties.

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Most of Derbyshire's fleet of mobile libraries is to bd axed.

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The Labour`run County Counchl says it'll sell off eight out of the ten

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vehicles it runs, blaming government cutbacks to its own funding.

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But the decision's been criticised by Derbyshire's Conservativds,

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who say rural communities are being unfairly targeted.

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Users of the mobile librarids say they provide a much`needed service `

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Scrapping eight of the ten lobile libraries in Derbyshire will cut

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The County Council is having to make tough decisions

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about how cutbacks hit communities and the people using

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mobile library service say ht is something they really value.

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People like Madge, who has her favourite reading matter delivered

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I should feel very lonely bdcause I am 90 years old

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The mobile libraries accoubt for 17% of total library use.

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They visit more than 380 separate communities and

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there are concerns that the cuts will affect younger re`ders.

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As a childminder, we don't operate like nurseries, we get thesd

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children out in the community and it will be a sad loss.

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I have a variety of children with different ages and even thotgh they

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go to school they still ask me if I can find books for them.

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My daughter is at school and she is six years of age and she

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is thoroughly disappointed `t the prospect that the mobile library

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It has caused a political row at County Hall.

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Well, it is appalling that we have to do this bec`use

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the government is forcing county councils to make millions of buyers

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with the cuts and this is p`rt of that, I've ordered and ?30,0 0.

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But it is not acceptable and the government is to blame for this.

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There is a right and a wrong way of preventing those cuts

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and what we're worried about here is there seems to be some

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unfairness in the way that they are being applied, to rural are`s.

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Not only these cuts but also to buses and children's centres.

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The mobile library service that Madge treasures will be much

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reduced. Visiting only 150 communities from January.

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I spoke to Mike a little earlier about the fact that

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there seemed to be something of a political blame game going on here.

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That is right, the Labour ldd County Council is blaming

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the government in the main part ?157 million worth of cuts have to

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Inflation, more spending on adult social care, more on vulner`ble

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children's services but the Conservatives at County Hall say

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that the Labour`led County Council is targeting rural areas unfairly.

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Where there are fewer Labour votes, and that is something the L`bour

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leadership contests but the Conservatives would also sax that

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they would have liked the voluntary sector to be taking over sole of

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these mobile library servicds that are being sold. What about the

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That is right, the County Council says that these

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mobile library services help communities to thrive, to stay

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healthy and they help with reading levels, of course, and learning

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So it seems that these wider objectives could suffer unddr

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I have been speaking to the Chartered Institute

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of Library Information Profdssionals and they say that they are dismayed

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to hear about these cuts but it is something that has been

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They told me those who are disadvantaged or isolated nded

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library services the most and they say they are often the

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people who find it most difficult to access the digital services.

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We're staying with cutbacks because our next report is

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Nearly two thirds of them in Nottingham say they may have to

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stop providing a service because of cuts in funding.

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It's a double whammy becausd a report says the budget sqteeze

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coincides with a big rise in demand for the services charities provide.

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Set up 30 years ago, this advice centre helps up to 200 people

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a week. Anything from debt, benefits and housing

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Recently it opened a food b`nk that has helped around 700 people to

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It has to raise ?750,000 a year to provide its services

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Last year it lost ?60,000 in legal aid funding

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I spent most of my time looking for funding.

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In the voluntary sector it hs difficult because everything is

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short term, the lowest contract we have this for three years.

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And most of the contracts are three years or even two years.

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The charity was one of 50 across the city and Nottingham comlunity

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and voluntary service survexed to draw up its annual report.

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It found the cuts to local

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51% of the charities told them they have seen their income drop.

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At the same time, 78% have seen an increase

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When 64% fear they may have to close one of their services

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If services close altogether and you will find nowhere for people

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to turn and that will put more pressure on the state, more pressure

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All the things that really the government is trying to protect

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Absolutely, I know of several already that have

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had to close and it is vital.

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But it does seem such a short`term view of everything

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The Chancellor proposing to freeze many benefits for two years,

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charities are bracing themsdlves for a hike in demand for their help and

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A 101`year`old woman has fahled in a High Court bid to save her

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Amrutben Karia had been tryhng to reverse a City Council decision to

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Her lawyers claimed that moving her would have a profound impact on her

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mental and physical well`behng and possibly hasten her death.

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But the judge said there were powerful reasons why Herrick Lodge

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Derby will not be home to the National College for

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The decision was announced at the Conservative Party conference

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The training facility is to be divided between Birmingham

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Meanwhile, Derby City Counchl is still keen to get HS2 to pass

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through Derby, rather than the proposed Toton station.

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Young children in Leicester have the worst teeth in the country.

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A survey by Public Health England found more than one

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In Nottingham, one in six toddlers has rotten, missing or filldd teeth.

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And Derby fared only slightly better.

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Health experts are urging p`rents to reduce the amount

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of sugary drinks and fruit juice their children consume.

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Coming up ` in sport, we're at the iPro Stadium to mark

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Yes, who said it would not last It is one year since Steve McClaren to

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charge and we will ask, what has been the secret to his succdss? ``

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took charge. How would you feel about colpanies

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being allowed to drill deep below Well,

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that could happen in the future A government consultation

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on the issue has now finishdd with the vast majority of people who

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responded against the idea. We saw evidence of the opposition

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to fracking earlier this ye`r. Anti`fracking campaigners sdt up

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a camp at Daneshill in North Nottinghamshire,

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where there are plans for drilling. Across the East Midlands thdre are

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huge deposits of shale rock in what's called the Widmerpool Gulf

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to the north of Melton Mowbray. So the potential for fracking

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in our region is there. Hydraulic fracturing is

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the process of injecting water and chemicals deep into shale rock

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to extract oil and gas. The Government showed

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its commitment to fracking and other forms of energy production

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when the Chancellor spoke at We will tap for a shale gas,

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commissioned nuclear power `nd the new doubles and Guaranty eldgy for

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the future, we will wilt high`speed rail, decide where to put the runway

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and support the next generation with starter homes in a permanent help to

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buy scheme. You must learn from the past and not really fast, ddcide or

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decline, that is a choice and we must choose the future.

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Well, the Government plans to change the trespass law to allow drilling

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300 metres below homes without the need to get the owner's perlission.

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The Country Land and Business Association in the

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East Midlands claims this could put properties at risk.

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Earlier, I spoke to their Regional Strveyor

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Well, that is the problem, we do not know if it will cause probldms and

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we do not know that it will not so what we're worried about with

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members who might be it is the government has not taken account of

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possible long`term viabilitx, should problems occur. So if a firl went

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bust, and your home started to sink, you would not know who to ste?

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Exactly because we do not know yet what the long`term risks might be in

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the long`term consequences `t some time in the future. One can

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understand the concerns felt by landowners what could some lembers,

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who own or manage half of the land in England and Wales, see fracking

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as an additional income strdam? They could do but the payments are not

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that great at the moment. The consultation which has just happened

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suggests that if horizontal drilling takes place, drilling that goes out

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from the vertical well, you are talking like ?20,000 for evdry

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drill. What you intend to do to change the mind of the government?

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You want them to encourage the industry to engage with landowners

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and householders to reassurd them that the risks from fracking can be

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taken care of and the necessary safety precautions are in place and

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so on so that if there is a risk of long`term liability, if a problem

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occurs, the landowner is not held responsible. Thank you.

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Loughborough MP Nicky Morgan today made her Tory conference debut

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speech as the new Education Secretary.

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Her calls for discipline and raising standards got htge

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But one of the biggest cheers went to ` speaker

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who'd addressed the conference a few moments earlier ` a 20`year`old

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Let's find out more from the International Convdntion

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It can be daunting enough for a seasoned politician to addrdss a big

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Not for young apprentice, Khrstan Gorton, the first female welder

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She told the conference she would never have discovered how mtch she

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loved building trains withott the support of her old Derbx

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It helps inspire young people to aim for girls that others might say or

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not possible. By becoming the only female welder in the whole of

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Derby... I simply had to prove that a girl can do this, too. Th`nk you

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for listening. Following that,

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perhaps it's no surprise th`t the new Education Secretary

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emphasised the importance of schools offering opportunities for children

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that aspire either to university or, As much as I want the next

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generation to be able to solve quadratic equations, I want them to

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make a compelling pitch for jobs and bounce back if things do not work

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out. That is why we have invested in areas like music, sport and debating

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and have helped to teach important values like hard work, dischpline

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and teamwork. But there may be a tougher numbers

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test for Nicky Morgan in next Her constituency

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of Loughborough has a majorhty And that's a worry

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for activists here preparing to fight those battleground

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East Midlands marginals. They're like the Three Muskdteers,

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if rather greyer. Senior Conservatives

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from the Rushcliffe constittency in Nottinghamshire arriving

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at the party conference. The three

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of them have campaigned hard and all But even these old political

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dogs can learn new tricks. And inside the conference cdntre,

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they get tips on social medha and the latest election campaign

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techniques. But for them, winning over those

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East Midlands marginals is `ll about Tory activists are feeling

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increasingly upbeat about their prospects at the next general

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election, despite polling evidence that shows that in those marginal

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seats, especially in the East The party are listening to lembers

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and I do notice a lot Which, for a Conservative P`rty

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is quite unusual. Tomorrow, David Cameron makds his

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big conference speech, I think he has to be more inclusive

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as to what goes on in those constituencies,

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to reach out to those peopld. For the first time

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in a long time it is a happx conference, it seems to be dverybody

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enjoying themselves and we're leaders. All and one and ond for

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all, for these Rushcliffe Ascot years, it is election slogan you

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would not want to rule out. No doubt tonight, they'll c`tch up

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with their MP, Ken Clarke, And tomorrow it's David Camdron

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leader's speech to this conference. You will have your work cut out

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Thank you. ?1 million is to be spent trying to

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prevent so`called bed blockhng at Nottingham's two main hospitals The

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money will be used to give dlderly patients extra support to ldave

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hospital, once they're medically fit. The project in South

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Nottinghamshire will providd interim care, such as short`term pl`cements

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in care homes for up to two weeks at a time.

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New figures show that a record number of children have been adopted

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in the East Midlands. Offichals say the placing of 480 children in

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loving, stable homes in the last 12 months is a regional record. That's

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up from 330 in the previous year. The Government believes it's proof

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that recent reforms are enstring children are placed with a new

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family faster. A firm of consultants could be hired

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by Derby City Council to cole up with a Markets Strategy for the

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city. The report will assess whether Derby can sustain both the Dagle

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Market and the Market Hall. Neither is operating at full capacity.

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However Conservatives on thd council say it shouldn't take consultants to

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see that one of the markets should Recycling rates in Leicester have

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reached an all`time high, whth almost three quarters of hotsehold

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waste being diverted from l`ndfill. That's according to the latdst

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figures released by Leicestdr City council. But where is all that waste

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going? Victoria Hicks reports. Paper, card and plastic, botnd for

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Holland, where it is burned to create heat. One way that rtbbish

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here is recycled at this pl`nt. This depot processes 120,000 tonnes of

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waste every year. One third of that is compost it, mostly food waste,

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another third is burned to create energy and heat and the fin`l third

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goes to landfill. But more could still be recycled and an estimated

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5000 tonnes of card board and glass is still thrown away in black bins.

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The result was more that can be done. I want to reassure people they

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can put glass bottles into the orange bags and if they havd large

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card board, foldout up and put that under and they will be colldcted.

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All these landfill sites th`t the rubbish goes to, they can l`st for

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years and years, so it feels quite important. I do not like thd bikes,

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boxes were better because this. Animals getting in. We recycle quite

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a lot, we put the bag side than black bin bags. As well as household

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waste, the council recycles furniture also, through its free

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collection service. We get some very good items, perfectly reusable, but

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this lovely city. We can spruce them up and they go to the claim`nt s

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through the benefits departlent In the past year, 900 pieces of

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furniture have been given to new homes, saving an estimated 25 tonnes

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from landfill. Time for sport ` and we can rejoin

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Mark at Derby's iPro Stadiul, where A year ago today Steve McLaren

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became Derby County manager. Tonight's game with iPro is

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his 46th League game in charge. And in a division where the average

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tenure of a manager is just one year ` he's won over the doubters

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and all around this city thdy'll be I think everyone has pulled

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together, it is a great teal effort and it is about players. I have been

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fortunate that the players have been excellent, great dressing room

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spirit and we want that to continue. When I came it was not just myself,

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it was Paul Simpson and we got that culture back. I think that the

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future is bright for this club. We'll look more at McLaren's year

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in charge in a moment. But Nottingham Forest also

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play tonight, away at Wigan. Kelvin Wilson's set to be

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in defence again after making He spent almost a year out with

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a back injury and he's been talking It is frightening, I have not had

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bad injuries in my career so to get one like that, at one stage I could

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not even walk straight. Aftdr these discussions with the

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physiotherapist, I thought, well I play again? But they had full

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confidence. Will I be able to play at this level? Hopefully, yds. I am

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pretty happy. Back with the new manager. Do you have to prove

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yourself all over again? With every player, they have to prove

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themselves. Obviously, on that side of it, you have to prove yotrself to

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be a very good recession and I think I have proven that. Cycle, `s the

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nickname, people will ask you, but he is very calm and he gets his

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point across. And as a playdr, you prefer that, you take that on board

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rather than somebody shouting in your face. The gaffer has bden

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brilliant. You can tell by the results. Early days but is there are

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lots here to be really positive about? Already in the back of your

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mind, are you thinking about promotion? You do think abott that,

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we have to achieve something this year, it is a great squad whth no

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bitterness. We take each gale as it comes and eventually it will get to

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the point when you must be lucky. Hopefully, we will be up thdre. It

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would be a dream to get up there, and the forest as well. But we

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cannot get carried away, we will take each game as it comes.

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Commentary on the Forest at Wigan on BBC Radio Nottingham ` they've also

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got commentary on the Leagud One game with Notts County visiting

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Its the lack Steve McClaren famously bombed at Nottingham Forest. I use

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how well he is doing? Definhtely not, not with his coaching `bility,

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he has been set up lovely, xoung players to bring on, Bryson,

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Hendrix, he has really coached them. What is the secret? He brought that

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in from the day he walked in, Ipswich were 4`1 down and hd went

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into the dressing room and that ticked them off and sorted the

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system and he has never looked back. They all have bought into that

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system and he has brought rdlief back. And belief around the city? It

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is buzzing? Everywhere around Derby, everyone is talking football, we

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started slow this season but we re starting to place on football again

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and we are looking unbeliev`ble We can hear you tonight with commentary

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on BBC Radio Derby. Thank you very much. Some news about Derby County,

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the only ever present, Craig Forsyth, has been selected `nd in

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the Scotland squad that is hn the championship game. Sad news from

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Leicester Tigers, Geoff Parling desired for two months after a

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series of concussions early in the season. Here tonight, derby against

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Bournemouth and evidence suggests a very tight game, both finished `0

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to Derby last time. Steve whll take that tonight. I bet he would. Lovely

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weather! Beautiful. We have seen people on beaches today. Fingers

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crossed for some or? Many of us will not want thhs to

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end. No prizes for guessing that it has been warmer than averagd and

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dryer also. These are the stats Seven millimetres, just. Into

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perspective, just over 10% of the amount we should have had for this

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month. Linkage are doing better but if you want some rain, you will have

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to wait until the end of thd week because tomorrow we will be

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generally dry again with thd chance of some rain towards the evdn time

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and quite a bright start with the cloud increasing but it is puiet to

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start October. A little bit of rain tonight, this weather front towards

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the West with the cloud increasing this evening and a few splashes of

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light rain am not amounting to much. It will be fizzling out movhng

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eastwards and it clears thrde for the early hours of the mornhng so we

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try upwards in the night with clear spells and so on and fog forming

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once again. And temperatures at 14`15 degrees. These are thd minimum

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temperatures far tonight. Tomorrow starts off dry and bright whth some

:26:40.:26:43.

sunshine around for the morning and we will start as the cloud

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increasing the afternoon but the bulk of the day should be dryer

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within a few splashes of light rain pushing in by the evening. We are

:26:50.:26:55.

looking at highs of around 08 or 19 degrees and a little bit cooler than

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what we have been used to for the past couple of days and well above

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the average. Into Thursday `nd Friday, not a lot in the wax of

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change, dry and bright and breezy but this weather front is ptshing in

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for Friday night and this whll give us a good deal of rain. That is a

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dividing line between warm `ir to the south and cooler air to the

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North and that will drag th`t cooler air towards the end of the week and

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into the weekend so welcome to autumn! This weekend is turning

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cooler, some bright weather around but you will notice those

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differences in the temperattres breezy and rain towards the end of

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the weekend. We could do with some rain. My garden is like the Gobi

:27:38.:27:39.

Desert! Even camels! Goodbyd. The stage is set for the

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