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It's almost 6:30pm - you're watching East Midlands Today

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with Anne Davies and me, Dominic Heale.

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Tonight - the British Red Cross is drafted in to help overstretched

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Many hospitals have been under extreme pressure. Helping out on the

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front line, supporting the Ambulance Service, many people will be shocked

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and it is a badge of shame for the Government. Also, H S to write, the

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alignment planned for here under pressure that could see some of

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these houses demolished. Plus the devastating mystery illness

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that has left a Nottinghamshire woman free ring for her life. I need

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help and I need some reasons why I am like this. And... A project

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merging music with sport to encourage more young boys to break

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into song. Good evening and welcome

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to Monday's programme. First, there's political outrage

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tonight over the fact the Red Cross had to be called in to help

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the region's emergency health services cope

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with patients over New Year. The Shadow Health Secretary's called

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it a badge of shame. It's also emerged that

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at the peak of the rush, one of our accident and emergency

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units was seeing three patients More on that in a moment but first,

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Dominic's been looking at the sheer weight of work

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confronting our Well, one way to gauge

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the sheer volume of traffic through our hospitals is to look

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at EMAS, the ambulance service. Here's what they were contending

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with between New Year's Eve 88 extra vehicles were

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put on to the roads The number of potentially

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life-threatening calls, More than 2000 calls were passed

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through to EMAS by NHS111. It all meant a situation for staff

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and patients that's far from ideal. Breaks slashed to 20 minutes

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for ambulance crews, waits in A of three,

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four, five hours. Here's how the staff union rep

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describes the situation over the last week at one

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of our hospitals, I went down to the A department

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today with the branch secretary and we spoke to a number of nurses

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and health care assistants and we asked how did they find

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working over the Christmas and New Year period

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and they said it was horrific. Resus department, they cater

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for nine beds, there was up to 20 people wanting

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the nine beds so some had Yes, there have and the word crisis

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is being used liberally. To help us assess whether it's truly

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a crisis we're currently seeing, let's go to the QMC now

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and join our Health Crisis is an opinion, a value

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judgment but the facts are that the Health and Social Care system is

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under strain in this part of the world, the East Midlands, we are

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seeing at that evidence by some of the facts that we have pulled of.

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Last Monday at the Queens medical Centre, at one over there was a 180

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pieces in the Department, that is a record. -- 180 patients in the

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Department. There is also stream for the Ambulance Service. They have

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been under massive pressure and has drafted and the British Red Cross.

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That has meant that crews have been given support by the Red Cross.

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Patients were supported as crews shortened their breaks. The Red

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Cross also responded to a small number of emergencies and took some

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patients home of the Shadow Health Secretary says that he regards this

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situation as dumb thing that should not have happened. -- as something

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that should not have happened. A lot of people across

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the East Midlands, especially in cities like Leicester,

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Nottingham, will be shocked as these revelations but the Red Cross has

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always provided support for elderly people in the community

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and that is a good thing, we commend them for that,

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but actually having to be helping out on the front line,

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supporting the Ambulance Service, I think many people will be shocked

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and I think it's a badge of shame for the Government that our NHS

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is on the brink of crisis For the Conservatives, for the

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Government, the Health Secretary has responded by saying that the health

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service staff are doing a fantastic job under very difficult

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circumstances. He says that there are a very real pressures. In the

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House of Commons is evening, he suggested that the four of wheat

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needed to be looked at. It was designed for urgent cases, not just

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miner cases. -- that the four weeks. Here there are a third of people are

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waiting for longer than the four other target. -- the four hour

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targets. The truth is that there are some

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very severe problems and we are doing everything we can

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to sort them out. This is the most challenging time

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of year for the NHS but in the vast majority of cases people watching

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this programme can be confident that their services are managing

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to cope despite extreme pressure. Why has there been this completely

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disproportionate surge in patient That's a very big question. I think

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that the answer is complicated. It's undoubted lead to do with the strewn

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on social care. It is a problem to discharge some of the patients from

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hospital. People also tell us that they have some problems accessing

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their GP. One of the big factors is the ageing population. We are living

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longer and is the NHS is keeping us alive for longer. There are more

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frail and elderly people that have complex health problems.

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We'll be keeping a close eye on that situation and we'd like to hear how

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you think the NHS has been doing this winter - and you can send us

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There's the address now on the screen.

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Residents of a Derbyshire village feel completely in the dark

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about what may happen to some of their homes if a connecting line

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The so-called spur line would branch off

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to connect HS2 to Sheffield, 22 miles to the north.

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But people in Newton say it will be of no benefit to them,

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and could see established and brand new homes in the village demolished.

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They're holding a public meeting this weekend to discuss the blight

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In Newton, Tony Mellors - 40 years a resident -

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tells me what campaigners believe a spur off HS2 through Derbyshire

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It will mean a house is coming down on this side, seven on the other

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side as the real cause straight through.

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It was last year that residents suddenly found out that a spur line

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off the main HS2 route would take high-speed trains through

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the western edge of their village, right along the edge of a brand

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new housing estate called Newton Fields.

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On the estate, houses are still being built but there's

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complete uncertainty about some homes' future.

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Marie knew nothing about the HS2 spur line when she bought

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It's a bigger worry and nobody knows where the stand. I speak to my

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neighbours and nobody knows what is happening. We have been to two

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meetings and people say that there will be compensation but it has

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taken a long time tries to save up and buy the house. Now, I don't know

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what the future holds. At the local parish chariman's

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house, they're examining detailed maps showing the route of the spur

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line - the different colours represent different levls

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of compensation available Our main cause for concern is the

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level of compensation being offered to the individuals whose houses are

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likely to be demolished. Also the inconvenience to the community as a

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whole. Back on the housing estate,

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Tony Mellors told me that while Sheffiled might get high-speed

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trains via this spur line, it would be at the cost

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of Newton and its environs. Some property prices has dropped by

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30%. The house is usually being instructed are in line for

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demolishing. The effect is worried because during the construction of

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the HS2, the attractive for roads in and out of the deal will be closed.

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-- three out of the four wrote in and out of the village. Also the

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leisure trails will act. That is along with the country park. -- the

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leisure trails will disappear. Newton residents are holding a

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public meeting in the village this Saturday.

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And Derby County lead the way with spectacular goals

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as they and Leicester go into tonight's fourth round draw.

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A young woman from Mansfield says she fears for her life

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because of a mystery illness which leaves blue patches

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on her face and causes her to bleed uncontrollably.

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Adele Uden's condition has baffled doctors and it's thought

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She's desperate for an effective treatment, but so far

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26-year-old Adele Uden applies what she calls her brave face up

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to a dozen times a day, to stave off the abuse

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As long as I've got the make-up on, it's almost like having a massive

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shield around me so that other people don't see what I'm not,

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Adele has a seven-year-old son, and the bleeding

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The blue marks appeared around a year ago.

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Recently it's got worse and last week she had

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to have two emergency blood transfusions after haemorrhaging.

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The patches aren't bruises but some sort of bleeding under the skin.

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As far as we're aware I'm only one like this,

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that we have found up to a year which is part of the reason why

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we are doing all this, because I need help,

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I need to be able to find reasons as to why I'm like this.

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Adele has been diagnosed with endo-metriosis,

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polycystic ovaries and pelvic inflamatory disease,

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but none of them explain the extent of the bleeding or the blue patches.

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One consultant told her last week that she'd never seen anything

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like this in her 30-year career, and Adele has been

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warned the condition could shorten her life.

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One of my biggest worries is what kind of a future

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The past two years have gone downhill very

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quickly and it's not just my future, there's my fiance's future,

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my son's future, my mum's future and they could very well end up

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Adele says she feels she's existing rather than living.

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But May promises some hope, when she gets married.

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A man has been arrested after two people were found injured

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Officers were called to Avondale Road in Spondon

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on Saturday and a man and woman were taken to hospital.

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The woman remains in a serious condition.

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A 56-year-old man is now in custody and is being questioned.

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Anyone with information is being asked to contact the police.

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A Leicester saleswoman has admitted two counts of fraud involving

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Barbara Stone was caught following an investigation

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led by the East Midlands regional scam-busters team.

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The 62-year-old from Leicester worked for Aspire Magazine,

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Stone was a cold-caller who fraudulently sold thousands

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of pounds of advertising to a couple in their 80s who wanted to rent

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And she also duped a dog rescue charity based in Shropshire.

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She'll be sentenced next month and has been warned to expect

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A new report warns tonight that one in three young people

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in the East Midlands don't feel in control of their lives.

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More than one in ten think they will amount to nothing,

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The rather gloomy findings come from the Prince's Trust annual

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Youth Index which has been published today.

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Here on the Saffron Lane Estate these teenagers are on their way

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to a drop-in clinic to get some careers advice.

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It's held here every day for young people.

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The estate has high levels of deprivation

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Many are left feeling unsure about their future.

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But these teenagers say they are taking control of their lives.

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I know what I want to do, I've got positivity in my mind,

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I've got to push myself towards it but they don't, so they just need

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to get their own game plan and push themselves towards it.

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And I know you need to work hard for stuff.

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Other people just want everybody else to do their stuff for them.

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I know that people don't do that for you.

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He says a lot of the young people he sees can't shake off

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the reputation of living on the Saffron Lane Estate.

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I had an instance where a young person told me that they felt that

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when they had a job interview if they said they were from

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Saffron Lane Estate, that would immediately be a cross

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The report doesn't make good reading for this region.

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Almost a third of young people say they don't feel

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Many are feeling trapped by their circumstances,

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with more than one in ten saying they don't believe they can change

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The research also reveals that 17% of young people think their life

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will amount to nothing, no matter how hard they try.

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For those of young people that were not in work and his prospects

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-- For those of young people that are not in work and whose prospects

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are not that good at the moment as they see it, this

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is a slightly worrying trend that there is a of work to be done

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At the Prince's Trust workshop near Grantham,

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these people are taking part in a 12 week training course.

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Hopefully, we're trying to give them the confidence to go

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forward and actually make a difference to themselves.

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What they do is get the confidence to do it for themselves.

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For many young people, life may seem bleak right now

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but these teenagers say they are determined they will

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A man from Derby crawled with a broken leg for more than two

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hours after falling from rocks on the Dorset coast.

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Tim Robinson slipped whilst walking on the Jurassic Coast,

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After crawling for three quarters of a mile, he was found

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He was taken by lifeboat to a waiting ambulance.

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A new study led by an astronomer at the University of Leicester have

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found something new about Jupiter. We can see in deeper layers of the

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atmosphere. It means that astronomers can find out more about

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the conditions on a service of the planet.

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Still to come this evening - Arctic winds are heading south.

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Well, by the end of the week, temperatures are down to freezing.

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Does that mean snow? Join me later in the programme for the details.

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Over to sport now. First Derby County are set to sign

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striker David Nugent The deal, thought to be

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worth ?2.5 million, Nugent is well known

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here after spending four fantastic years at Leicester City,

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scoring 54 goals. Craig Ramage was there -

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the former midfielder is Derby-County mad and I spoke

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to him just a short time ago. Yes, it seems a good acquisition. He

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has scored goals in the championship and some promotions along the way.

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I'm happy with that. What timing after the cup upset, the 2-1 win

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over rest from, the romance of the cup isn't dead. Remarkable turnout

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from the Derby fans. The atmosphere wasn't Asterix. -- was fantastic. I

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think that the three original is definitely not over. What about the

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quality of the goals. Those goals were absolutely world-class. David's

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have been doing it all his career. He's got it in his locker. Brilliant

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technique. He got the winning goal. Everybody is delighted. And who

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would you like next in the draw tonight? That's interesting. Do I

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want high-quality or dodgy pies? I'll have to have a think about that

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whether I want Premier League or the woolly. Hopefully the new signing

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can add to the quality. How far can Derby goal in the cup? Could this be

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the year? Yes, definitely. We haven't scored too many goals in the

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championship, hopefully David Nugent will add these calls. Hopefully he

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can guide us and get as naked run for the cup. -- get us in a good run

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for the cup. So Derby in the fourth-round draw -

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Leicester are in there too New signing Wilfred Ndidi

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was the star man, closely followed by summer singing

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Ahmed Musa. And this was the start

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of a breathless spell Romelu Lukaku giving

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the home side the lead. Leicester's form away from home this

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season has been wretched - Twice in five minutes Ahmed Musa

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found the net, to propel Leicester Drinkwater's touch perfection -

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Musa - doubling his season's goal-scoring tally and completing

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the scoring for the day. Leicester still had

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defensive duties to do - but Schmeichel's save

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secured the win. I love so much our reaction

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after the conceded goal. My players reacted very

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well and try to score It was a morale-boosting

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victory on the road - in a competition that Leicester

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have never won. And the fourth round draw is live

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on BBC Two at 7:00pm. Derby are number 15

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and Leicester - 16. And in the last two minutes, another

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honour for Leicester City. She has been named Fever's Rutherford Wright

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-- named Fifa's world football coach of the year.

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In fact, former player Brian Laws told BBC Radio Nottingham listeners

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it was their worst performance of the season.

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So out of the cup they went at Wigan - their fifth straight defeat.

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The fans are desperate for the planned takeover to happen

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It looks unlikely to be tomorrow.

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The penalty miss pretty much summed up Forest's day,

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Meanwhile, Notts County fell to their tenth league defeat

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Their takeover by local businessman Alan Hardy has been delayed.

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He says that he is trying to conclude some issues.

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After their 3-0 win at the weekend, manager Steve Evans told the BBC

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there are more signings to come in the January transfer window.

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Rugby and the Leicester Tigers head coach was delighted

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with the way his team fought back at league leaders Wasps.

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But they couldn't convert a second half comeback into a win.

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The Tigers were reeling as Wasps went into a 19-0 lead

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Aaron Mauger, in full charge for the first time,

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But the Tigers produced a remarkable turnaround which left

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They were a constant threat and this break from Tom Brady

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Even with a player sent to the sin bin the Tigers might have won it had

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they not made mistakes attacking near the end.

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And in ice hockey it's been a long weekend for the Nottingham Panthers.

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They went down on penalty shots at Coventry yesterday.

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On Saturday they forced an overtime win at home to Braehead Clan

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and are in good form as they now head to the Continental Cup

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And well done to Hinckley AFC who on Saturday reached the last 16

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of the FA, beating Berkhampstead Town 5-0.

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Hinckley are now the only East Midlands club left

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More than 200 youngsters from schools around Leicester

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and Leicestershire are taking part in a project merging

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music with sport to encourage more boys to sing.

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It comes after figures reveal one in ten boys don't sing at all.

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It's hoped this joint project from Leicestershire Music Education

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Hub and Leicester City Football Club will change that.

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Amy Harris went along to rehearsals at the King Power Stadium.

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Recruited from local schools, these young singers have just met -

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The boys are months away from the biggest performance

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of their young lives - but this project is about

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It's hard to believe there could ever be a problem

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getting children to break into song but figures reveal one in ten

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boys don't sing at all - this project aims to change that.

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It's been proved to be very beneficial in all sorts of ways,

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health benefits, social benefits, they're using singing to help

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with dementia patients, all sorts of things,

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so it's a really good thing to do and we want more boys to do it.

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And so they've teamed up with Leicester City Football Club

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to offer these music workshops as well as sporting activities,

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in a bid to encourage boys to sing more.

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When they come to a football match, all they seem to do

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is sing but they don't think about that really,

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so why not set up a programme working with Leicestershire Musical

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Education Hub to inspire young people and boys to sing more.

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I love singing, it's one of my favourite passions and to be here,

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it's such an amazing ground, so it's a great opportunity.

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I want singing to be one part of my future, I want to take it

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When you do things out of school and things like this,

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there's a lot more girls in the singing things,

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there's never really many boys there so I think it's really

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good that they're getting people to come along and do it.

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In June, they'll perform this song at DeMontfort hall

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and they're also hoping to form a Leicester City Choir,

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No pressure - as you can imagine they're practicing hard

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Junior 's idea. Link it to sport and will love it.

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If you like colder weather, as you might want to sing about it. It will

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get colder. Why is that? It is not the year affecting Europe, it is a

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from the Northwest. The theme for the week is that it will be also

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quite breezy. Back to the milder air today. This picture sums to die

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quite nicely. A lot of rain arrived. -- sums it up quite nicely. It has

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been breezy throughout the day. Breezy again tonight and variable

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amounts of cloud. A a lot of us are dried but across the northern parts

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some shoppers. A a lot of us will be tried. Temperatures down to about

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three or 4 degrees. A keen breeze tomorrow morning. Variable cloud. As

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we look further west, cloud increases throughout day. That

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brings the risk of shoppers -- shoulders. Overnight, that's when

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the cold front will start to push in. It won't affect the

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temperatures. There will be a lot of dry weather. Overnight, that is when

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it you will need your thermals. It will get colder. There is a chance

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of some winter we shall risk. That is all I am saying.

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I think it was cold enough for demos today. -- for thermals today. We're

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back with late news. See you then.

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