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

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Tonight - Derby based Rolls Royce is to pay hundreds of millions

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of pounds to settle claims of bribery and corruption.

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But with no-one being prosecuted, has someone got away with it?

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Awarded Prime Minister regards who says she will stand up. Plus the

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campaign against knife crime. My card is breaking for my son. It's

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big and I cant help it and I have to live with this for the rest of my

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life. And one of Derbyshire's finest comedy boxing legends he retired to

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run a chip shop. Welcome to Tuesday's

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programme with Dominic Heale it was carefully planned

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and went on for 24 years. And it was carried out by one

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of this region's flagship For four years, the Derby

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aero-engine maker's been the subject of the biggest investigation

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in the history of the Serious Fraud Office and will now have to pay

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a record amount to settle the case. But, tonight, we'll be asking why

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nobody is facing jail. First, though, Navtej Johal

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has the background. Grey skies of a Rolls-Royce in Derby

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today, but the cloud of the corruption and bribery prosecution

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hanging over the firm has now lifted. The cost, a ?671 million

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settlement. The aero firm is set to pay ?479 million plus costs of the

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Serious Fraud Office. They cited investigating claims of wrongdoing

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overseas in 2012. Rolls-Royce will also pay ?141 million to the US

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Justice Department and 21.5 million to Brazilian regulators. This type

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of settlement is known as a deferred Grecian agreement. They allow

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organisations to pay huge penalties, but avoid prosecution, it is freely

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admits to economic crimes such as fraud or bribery. The scale of the

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settlement is unprecedented. In these years fraud office's 28 year

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history, this is the largest penalty it has ever issued. The court heard

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that the case against Rolls-Royce involves bravery of senior foreign

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officials and senior staff. Stretching across the globe and its

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businesses from 1989 to 2013. Lawyers said the conduct was

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carefully planned and led to large contracts earning as much as a

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quarter of ?1 billion. Countries including India, Russia, Nigeria and

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China were named as places where there was either conspiracy to

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corrupt or failure to prevent bribery. Rolls-Royce told as nobody

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was available for an interview today, but instead releases video

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which the firm recorded itself. The behaviour uncovered in the course of

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the investigations by the Serious Fraud Office and other parties is

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completely unacceptable and we apologise. Unreservedly for it. 'S

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rise is a very large, international company and it is financially very

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well served. It is quite in order to pay theirs. It can do so over a

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period of four years. It is a large amount, but it is a manageable.

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It is a large amount, but it is a manageable.

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This is only the third deferred prosecution

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since the agreements became law three years ago.

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In a moment we'll hear from the Serious Fraud Office,

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but first Quentin Rayner's been getting reaction

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There was urgency in the High Court today to resolve this settlement

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both here and in the States, before Donald Trump's inauguaration.

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It's thought the opportunities to secure these deals in the US may

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By entering this voluntary agreement, Rolls Royce has

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But this has been condemned by an organisation called

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Corruption Watch, who's stated mission is to expose corruption

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By not prosecuting Rolls-Royce, the Serious Fraud Office is

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unfortunately giving the impression that some companies are just too big

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and too politically important to prosecute.

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These deals that are made, deferred prosecution agreements,

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are actually a pretty good deal for the company.

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They don't get convicted, they don't have

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to plead guilty to anything and not all of the wrongdoing that

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they've been involved in will necessarily get

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So, this is why companies like these deals.

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Since the investigation, Rolls Royce has declared on its website

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that, "High standards of ethical behaviour

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are essential to protecting the reputation and long-term

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We are committed to conducting our activities in a wholly ethical

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manner and have zero-tolerance to bribery and corruption.

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We have put in place the people, the processes and the support

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network needed to live up to our promise to be trusted

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City commentators say investors will be shocked by the scale

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Pre-tax profits are forecast to halve when they're

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reported next month, and it's thought Rolls Royce's

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reputation will have taken quite a hit.

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The man in charge of the investigation with David Green, the

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director of the Serious Fraud Office. I caught up with him a while

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ago. Why do you cut deals that let guilty

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people get off scot free? A deferred prosecution agreement

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today deals only with the company. We will now focus our attention on

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them as our priority and in due course, decide which if any of them

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should be charged based on the evidence. And this could be people

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currently employed by Rolls-Royce? It will be those to whom the

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evidence points. Could you give us an idea of how many people? No. How

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big was this as an investigation for you? I opened this investigation in

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2012. It has involved 70 employees from us. It has concerned 30 million

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documents that have been examined. It dealt with conduct stretching

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back for decades. It also concerned seven jurisdictions, seven different

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countries and in three divisions of Rolls-Royce business. A huge

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investigation, but then the serious fraud offered is used to such

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investigations such as libel. Is any trip in the perception that big

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companies around the world get away with the sort of thing they do? Is

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it just the way the world is run in high finance? I don't think have ?1

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billion can be described as getting away with it. What it reflects is

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they have had to discourage their illicit profits may have paid a very

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significant financial penalty, which has been discounted, because of what

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the court called their exemplary cooperation with the S F O

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investigation. We will leave it there, thank you very much indeed.

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Thank you. Next - today's big

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story about Brexit. The Prime Minister has now made

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clear we cannot remain a member of the single market when we leave

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the European Union. How has that gone down

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here in the East Midlands? We've been to the constituency

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of one of those rebellious Tory MPs, who have openly disagreed

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with their leader on Brexit ever From Loughborough, here's our

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political editor Tony Roe. While the Prime Minister made her

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speech to the diplomats in London, we watched in a cafe

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near Loughborough town Hall. We are leaving the

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European Union, but were This is the seat of the former

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Education Secretary She wants us to stay

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in the single market and said it would be destructive

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to have a hard Brexit. She is, though, encouraged

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by the Prime Minister's speech. And there's clearly

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been a huge amount of work going on across Government

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to think about what that future There are clearly much

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for details, much more negotiations, but I thought the tone

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of the speech and the awareness of the magnitude of the important

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new relationship was very welcome. We know that Nicky

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Morgan picked great importance on what people

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in Loughborough marketplace say. Well, there is no market

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today, but plenty of people around

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to get reaction from. I think any strong Prime Minister

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should have said, this was We should take the fact that some

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people are unhappy with being in the EU and use that

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to press for reforms within the EU. Well, I'm fed up of

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the European market. The Government are in Brussels

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or wherever they are. They say we've got

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to do this, we've got We should be in charge

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of our own money, we should be in I just don't think we

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should be tied to the Anna Soubry is in the same

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camp as Nick Morgan. For her, the PM's speech did not

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indicate a hard Brexit. We are going to be out

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of the single market. Her critics for too long have been

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saying that she has not been specific about what our aims

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of negotiations are. Our new relationship

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with the European Union The Prime Minister

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has been very clear. Well, she hasn't said anything today

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that she has not said She spelt it out

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rather more clearly. It was more accepting that this has

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got to be in everybody's And tonight, the Labour

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leader in the European Parliament,

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the East Midlands' the Prime Minister of giving up

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on the single market before A woman accused of the manslaughter

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of her niece has told the jury at Leicester Crown Court she treated

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the baby like her own child. Chaunfang Zheng denies violently

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shaking seven-month-old Phoebe Guo to stop her crying

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at her flat in Lutterworth. Giving evidence at the second day in

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her defence, she was cross-examined about the events leading up to the

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death of her knee is Phoebe. The 31-year-old had been looking after

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the baby at her flat on Linden dies in Lutterworth in March 2000 15. Her

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parents were working nearby at the family takeaway. The prosecution

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alleges within half an hour in her saltier, CB suffered eight

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catastrophic brain injury. Cost examining her, the prosecution said

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you had for young children all in a very small flat. Phoebe was crying

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and refusing to eat. You were feeling very stressed, weren't you?

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She replied, I did not feel stressed. The prosecution continued,

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you pick up Phoebe into your arms and you violently shake her to stop

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crying. She replied, no. Phoebe died four hours later having never be

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gained consciousness. The prosecution claim she lost control

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and shook the baby. She says her knees went pale and lost

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consciousness as she tried to feed her. The prosecuting barrister asked

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would you tell her mum and dad what you did to her. I tried to

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resuscitate her, I tried to save her, she replied. You're simply not

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telling the truth, are you? All I say is fact, she replied. She denies

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manslaughter, the trial continues. She denies manslaughter,

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the trial continues. Police have begun a murder

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investigation after a body was found Officers were called

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to Cromer Street just after 9:30am this morning and forensic teams

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are still there tonight. There are also cordons in place

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on Mayfield Road and Lyme Street. A 50-year-old man has been arrested

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on suspicion of murder A man's been arrested after tonnes

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of dirt were dumped on the steps The front of the court was taped

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off this morning while A passer-by alerted

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police at around 7am, spotting a tractor and a muck

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spreader abandoned outside. When police arrived,

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they arrested a 49-year-old You're watching East Midlands today

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here in the East Midlands. Next tonight, the profoundly moving

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accounts from three parents They've come together with

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a powerful message, Today, the three parents

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were given knives, which Nottinghamshire Police had

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seized in covert operations. The parents in turn presented

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the knives to an artist. He's using them to help create

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a huge and extraordinary monument The chap pulled out a kitchen knife

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and stabbed him eight times. In the heart, in the face, straight through

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the heart. You do get a ten inch knife and plunged it in his neck.

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One stab wound in his neck. A single knife wound to the chest. He didn't

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have a chance. He bled to death, literally. They didn't stop their

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sons being murdered. Their mission now to save other parents their

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pain. Dealing with the fact that your child is no longer with you and

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taking away in such a horrible way. If you lay what lot of emotions. My

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life is over. It's been a hard five years and it's not getting any

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easier. My heart is breaking for my son. It's breaking. How dangerous a

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knife is. A danger highlighted by this, created out of 100,000 knives

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gathered together from police for knife amnesty is across the country.

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It's called the night angel. Today, they handed its crater at three

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knives was received by Nottinghamshire Police who used

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targeted operations rather than amnesties to fight knife crime. Is

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about the individual to have a propensity for violence and to feel

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the need to carry this type of weapon and targeting those people to

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take them off the streets. It was those people that were in possession

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of these knives. That is correct, yes. It is hoped when finished, this

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will occupy the fourth plinth in Trafalgar Square. Hugely important,

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usually. If we can raise awareness and just one person from going

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outside with the knife and taking another persons life. It's not just

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a statue, it's a work of art and its lives, its salts. My son will never,

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ever be forgotten. When I'm dead and gone, it will still be there for

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people to see. Celtic money programme tonight,

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Derbyshire town remembers its most famous son. The former heavyweight

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boxing champion Heald from Swadlincote and never forgot his

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Swadlincote and never forgot his roots.

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The chair of a Nottinghamshire parish council has resigned,

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along with three other councillors, because of threats made over plans

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to hire private security guards for their village.

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Selston councillor Robert Sears-Piccavey says

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he and his colleagues had been subject to what he calls a negative

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The idea of private security has been mooted to combat anti-social

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The issue has divided opinion in Selston, with opposition

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There's going to be a new visitor's centre in Sherwood Forest.

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A planning application's been approved

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for the site at Forest Coner in Edwinstowe.

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The project was created by a consortium, led by the RSPB.

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The new site will mean the current visitor's centre and car park,

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which dates back to the 70s,will be removed.

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A charity, which has trained more than 16,000 Leicestershire

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schoolchildren in first aid skills, is now expanding its

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Heartwize was at Leicestershire Cricket Club last night teaching

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young cricketers what to do if someone has a cardiac arrest.

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Our health correspondent Rob Sissons has more.

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After going in the water, I don't remember anything until I woke up

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Mark was running in Derbyshire, Sylvia in the sea on holiday

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Two hulking great lifeguards came over and worked on

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Are just remember coming to the top of a slight hill

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and just feeling a little bit out of breath and then all of a

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Inspiring stories for young cricketers.

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30 chest compression and then 30 rescue breaths.

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Once you sit down and learn the fundamentals on the

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basics, it's quite a simple task that anyone can do and it's

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They don't know whether, when or where

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they may witness a cardiac arrest, but this should help them know

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Sadly, in this country, the majority of people don't get dudes

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early resuscitation, so instead of getting survival

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rates of perhaps 40%, its under 10% in the UK.

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It's quite easy, like if you narrow it down

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Anything is better than nothing, I guess.

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At Loughborough town Cricket club, they've got a defibrillator.

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Backed by the Joe Humphrey's Memorial trust, they want

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to train as many cricketers as possible.

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We want to be as equipped as we can be, in order to deal with that.

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Both in terms of the professional game, but also, the

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recreational game and the scores of clubs and recreational players

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that are out there at the weekend playing the sport.

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Originally, Leicester City's ambassador Alan Birchenall was

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going to be there, but he is recovering

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His life saved by one of these, a defibrillator.

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I think he is doing quite well. If you're watching, keep on going. Here

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Rugby and Leicester Tigers head coach Aaron Mauger has

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confirmed he's is looking to bolster his squad.

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The Tigers haven't won in four games and need injury cover

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One name in the frame is experienced French

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international centre Maxime Mermoz from Toulon.

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As well as being a rugby union star, the 30-year-old he is a model.

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Mauger told BBC Leicester Sports Martin Ballard

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We've been searching for a replacement for Manu Tuilagi.

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Obviously, the guy has long-term injuries, but nothing

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So, is he amongst those players that you are looking at?

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He's definitely one of those players we're looking at.

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Football and one that Nottingham Forest News, Tyler Walker has gone

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out alone again to Port Vale. Meanwhile, the club continue to hunt

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for a new manager and is moving closer to appointing a senior member

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of staff in the finance department. Now, we have features on two

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different sport for you tonight. Table tennis coming up, but first,

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Britain has become the first country in the world to recognise Parkour

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as a sport. To most people, doing a back-flip

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off a wall seems like a crazy idea, but this extreme sport has really

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taken off here in the East Midlands. Now table tennis is a sport

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that's played by many. The East Midlands is playing a big

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part in its resurgence. And the national championships

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are being held for the first time This is Britain's top player

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and Britain was Michael This is Britain's top

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player and Britain's These sessions at the new

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table tennis centre at Carlton the Willows

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Academy in Nottingham. I think it is a great sport

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to watch at high level when It's on TV, you can't

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connect yourself to it. It opens your eyes to

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what table tennis really is. The East Midlands has a reputation

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for developing players. Two of the four strong Olympic

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team were from here. They finished fifth in the event,

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Britain's best ever Mostly a lot of table

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tennis going on in Nottingham in general these days

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at the universities. Great to come to a school

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like this, we got a And to see so many kids

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that actually do play The future of the sport

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is in younger hands, like Giorgio,

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for whom today was so special. It's probably the best

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thing ever written. At a session like this,

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40 years ago, a young Derbyshire schoolboy was inspired

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to take up the sport. The coach that started us

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playing that day, he sat all of us down after we'd had this

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big session of table tennis and he said, "One day, one of you guys

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could be next English champion." For now, Paul Drinkhall

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is number one, the five times national champion

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is looking to make it six and join his coach as second

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on the all-time list to the University of

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Nottingham in March. And those championships take place

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over the first weekend in March. Giorgio was great there, wasn't he?

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He could be the next champion. In his day, he was one of the most

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famous boxers in Britain. Jack Bodell, the former

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British Heavyweight champion, is said to have put his home town

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of Swadlincote on the world map. In the 70's, Jack retired

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to run a chip shop, but never forgot his

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South Derbyshire roots. After his death last November,

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a new exhibition has opened in Swadlincote

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to celebrate his life. I think it's an opportunity

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to celebrate the life, the sporting life, of one of South Derbyshire

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and Swadlincote's most famous sons, Inside Sharpes pottery

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Museum in Swadlincote, the new exhibition on the life

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of the boxing legend. Born in 1940, Bodell went

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into the call industry, Ken Land's father ran

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amateur boxing for So, Jack was at my father's house

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regularly and we became big friends. We got to know him very well

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and he was always there. It was typical, real

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South Derbyshire. Very difficult

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sometimes even for me. I'm South Derbyshire,

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but it was difficult for me sometimes even

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understand we were saying. When he turned professional,

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he trained at the Royal Oak boxing George Balfour is still

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a member of that club, which has contributed

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to the exhibition. The first time I ever walked

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in there was when I was 12, Jack was by the bag

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there in the ring. The biggest thing that ever,

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to Swadlincote for boxing. Jack's greatest triumph

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was to beat Joe Bugner in 1971, to become British

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heavyweight champion. Graham and Jackie,

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volunteers with the magic Attic charity, but the exhibition

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together to celebrate The Bodell family have

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donated or loaned us other items belonging to Jack,

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including his shorts, And I think what we've

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done has done him proud. Jack retired in 1972

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and his old sparring partner, Muhammad Ali, came to open the chip

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shop Jack set up in Coventry. Even when he retired

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to Coventry, Jack Every Friday, he used

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a come back for a pint and people would stop him

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on Swadlincote high Street Jack died in Coventry last

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November, but his hometown Anywhere you go in

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this country, when he mentioned Swadlincote,

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nine times out of ten, somebody will follow it up

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by saying Jack Bodell. And Jack, during his

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career, put some of the And he put Swadlincote

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and South Derbyshire on the map. That's just one of our stories on

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message of you have a story that we think we might be interested in. Log

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I have returned to cloudy skies. We got up this morning debuted. It.

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Gorgeous in east bridge for it. Thank you to David for sending that

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end. A lovely start, but only cloud did increase and it has been quite

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benign. Pictures like this as we head through the afternoon. A little

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bit damp as well. As we head into tonight, a little change. We hold on

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to be cloud, patchy outbreaks of rain and drizzle as well, all

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courtesy of the weak front. High pressure in charge. A lot of

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moisture in the year, that weak front as well, eg bits and pieces of

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light rain and is all. Because of the cloud as well, it does mean that

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might be said of the UK, we should be mostly frost free. Temperatures

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will vary between three and 6 degrees as we had through the early

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hours of the morning. Patches of mist and fog forming. A little bit

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like Groundhog Day for tomorrow. Again another cloudy day on the

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cards. Thick enough at times very few spots of rain. Some of us will

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stay dry and much like today, the winds will stay fairly gentle.

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Temperatures back up again. Not doing too bad for January. Highs of

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seven. I wish I could tell you something else other than it says

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the same. High pressure still firmly in charge. Repeat the process but

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Thursday and Friday as well. Light winds, it was acquired out and

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about. Most of us will be dry and for the overnight period, it should

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be largely frost free as well. We started up was tempered as a little

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bit as we head towards the weekend, but still a lot of settled weather.

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Tonight, tomorrow, after Wednesday, but there is a common for Friday,

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settled. Driver most of us, if you spot of light rain. Staying with us

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into the weekend. There are only some anyways you can say is settled,

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dry, cloudy, light winds. You're doing wearing well very a lot of

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time by saying the same thing over and over. It's very, very dull.

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Never mind, you're here to cheer us up.

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That I will faithfully execute the Office...

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And will to the best of my ability...

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The Constitution of the United States...

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