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Police pay their informants more than ?1 million.

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Some of the cash has gone to convicted criminals,

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but police chiefs have said it is worth it.

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If it is taking drugs off the streets and getting people locked

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up, I think that is the right thing to do and I think we have to be

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grown up about this. A warning from the firm's

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chairman in Japan. Plus, support for families affected

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by suicide from those It is extremely difficult for people

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believed by suicide to cope and Debbie, more than anyone, they will

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be do not have anyone to. We will be looking at landmarks made

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out of Lego in brand-new show. Good evening and welcome

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to Thursday's programme with Dominic Heale, and me,

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Anne Davies. First this evening,

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East Midlands Today can reveal that more than ?1 million has been paid

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to police informants here over The figures have been

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released to us under Some of that money has been paid

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to convicted criminals. But the police insist it's

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good value for money, and say it's helping to protect us

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from serious crime. Our social affairs correspondent,

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Jeremy Ball, reports. It's a cloak and dagger world

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of secretive deals in the shadows, The police have a name for them -

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covert human intelligence sources - but for the criminals

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they are helping to convict, there They are paid by results for giving

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tip-offs about plans for drug deals or anything from weapons and stolen

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antiques to serious organised crime. Inevitably, they are often

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insiders who have been This derby criminology lecturer used

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to be a police superintendent. He placed ads for police informants

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in newspapers and pubs. If someone says at a given time,

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date and place that a crime is going to occur or where stolen

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property is, the police can deal Alternatively it can be very costly

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process. So this is an efficient way of dealing with aspects of some

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crimes. Now we know how much was paid to informants in the last four

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years. Derbyshire Police spent ?158,000. The Leicestershire force

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made payments of ?244,000. The highest figure was in

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Nottinghamshire, where the police spent ?670,000 on performance --

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informants. It gets drugs off the street and we must remember that

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informants do not yet paid unless they provide useful information. We

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are talking about public money being used to pay criminals, people will

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be uncomfortable about that, surely? It is a com -- it is an

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uncomfortable area but if it is getting people locked up, that is

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the right thing to do and we must be grown up about it. The information

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that the police gets, a lot of it, comes from criminals. The police

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must protect performance so that they did not refer to how many times

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they have been used or what crimes they have helped to solve. It means

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informants are keeping all of us safer.

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A Leicester woman - found dead yards from her home -

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has been described as a much-loved mother and daughter.

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Today, Ashwin Daudia appeared in court for the first time,

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charged with the murder of his ex-wife Kiran.

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She was reported missing earlier this week and her remains

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Giles Taylor is in Leicester for us this evening.

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What have we been told about Kiran today?

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I'm standing on Lyme Road in the Stoneygate area of Leicester,

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and behind me is the home Kiran and Ashwin shared with their two

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sons - just a street away from where her remains were found.

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Kiran was named by police last night, along with a statement

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from her family, describing the 46-year-old as a "much

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loved" woman, who would be deeply missed by them all.

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She'd spent the last 17 years working for retailers Next,

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who have also issued a statement today.

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They say they've been shocked by the death of their colleague,

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who they've described as a highly respected member of their

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They've added that their thoughts are with Kiran's family

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and friends at this sad time, and they're ready to co-operate

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The neighbours have been telling me tonight what Kiran was like. Lovely

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young lady, always has time for you. She would stop and speak to us. Very

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jolly person, always a smile on her face whenever I met her.

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The 50-year-old was charged with murdering his ex-wife

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For the last few days, forensic officers have been

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scouring Cromer Street - just a short distance away from here

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She was reported missing to police on Monday,

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and Ashwin is accused of killing her some time

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Today he appeared at Leicester Magistrates' Court,

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where he gave his name, address, and date of birth with

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He'll be back at Leicester's Crown Court tomorrow to apply for bail

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and is expected to enter a plea later next month.

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Thank you for that report, Giles Taylor.

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Still to come this evening - the families bereaved by suicide.

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We speak to a leading lawyer whose daughter took her own life and who's

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calling for more discussion of suicide and the taboo

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The chairman of Toyota has warned the company is considering "how

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to survive" in the UK after the Prime Minister spoke

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He said the car-maker, which has a plant at Burnaston,

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near Derby, must be more competitive once Britain leaves the EU.

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Toyota cars have been rolling off the production line

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at its plant in Burnaston, near Derby, since 1992.

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The Japanese firm employees 2,600 staff here and it builds one in ten

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While the company said today it remains supportive of its people

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and its operations wherever they are, the chairman

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of Toyota issued a warning after the Prime Minister's speech

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yesterday about taking Britain out of the EU's single market.

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In an interview with the Financial Times,

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We've got many businesses across the East Midlands

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who are clearly looking to Theresa May's government to seek

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that clarity to help them with their own business plans

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and clearly, the comments today from Toyota reiterates how important

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it is for government to make the road map as clear as possible,

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The UK car industry is heavily reliant on exports to Europe

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and so most exposed to any risks surrounding Brexit.

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Responding to Toyota's comments, the Prime Minister's official

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spokesman today insisted the government had listened

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to their concerns and that the automotive sector was one

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They added, "We will be working very hard on the negotiating process

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to make sure they can remain as successful as they

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Sarah Teale, BBC East Midlands Today.

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The M1 in Derbyshire's been closed for much of the day

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following a collision between a car and a van.

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It happened on the southbound carriageway close to the Tibshelf

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services just before ten o'clock this morning.

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Two people were taken to hospital, one with serious injuries.

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Police say its thought the car had broken down shortly

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The motorway's was closed between Junction 29 for Mansfield

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It's emerged that more than 20 East Midlands schools called in Army

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bomb disposal experts at the end of last year to deal

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It followed government warnings about a potentially volatile

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chemical which can be used in school labs but needs careful storage.

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Figures released to the BBC show 12 schools in Nottinghamshire,

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seven in Leicestershire and five in Derbyshire called in experts

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The chemical can be disposed of with a controlled explosion.

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Next tonight, he's known as one of Britain's leading

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He's been associated with high-profile cases which have

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included the Guildford Four and the Birmingham Six.

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And he's represented families of the Hillsborough victims.

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Away from the courtroom, though, Michael Mansfield QC and his partner

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have been grieving the loss of his daughter, Anna,

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Today the couple were in Nottingham to launch a support group aimed

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at getting people to talk about suicide - a subject they say

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Michael Mansfield QC, a colourful, confident, charismatic Lloyd. His

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most difficult case however has been away from the courtroom. Making

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sense of his daughter Anna. She was 44, it was suicide. I do think about

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most days of the week. In a sense I feel guilty about it because I think

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more for now than when she was alive and, of course, in one sense that

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makes it more difficult. But it also means that it provides the stimulus

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for doing the initiative that we are doing together. Michael and his

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partner Yvette have teamed up with the Nottingham Brighton initiative.

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It is taboo. One of the things that we struggle with in society is

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speaking about the death and dying and what it means. The

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circumstances, the context that people face that make people

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consider these things. They are planning monthly support meetings at

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a big event in March and Nottingham's Albert Hall. We do not

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know why exactly, we can not get into the mind of that person. She

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went to work in a responsible job and I think if you get a redundancy

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notice, which he dead, three weeks before she took her life, that is

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the thing that upsets the balance, where you are trying to keep

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everything under control. She left notes saying effectively she had

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thought she had failed her children. I mean, nobody agrees with that,

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but, you know, that is where she placed herself. They want to end

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what they still believe is a stigma around suicide. The feedback we're

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getting from the initiative that we do is that people feel completely

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unburdened. Simply because they have spoken.

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Rob, the couple there believe attitudes are changing?

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They very much do and they have put in a lot of energy into this and

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they point out that it was not long ago, just over 50 years, that

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suicide was a crime, hard to believe that these days, but people were

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sent to prison for attempting to end their own life. This is very much on

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the government's reader. We heard earlier this month about the mental

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health strategy and the Jeremy Hunt, the Health Secretary, spelt out that

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preventing suicide is a big challenge. We have about 13 people

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who kill themselves every single day tragically, that is an enormous

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unspeakable tragedy for them, but also for their families, from

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everyone that knows them. We think that we can do better. The rate is

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beginning to fall a little bit, but we have a particular problem with

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men under the age of 50, for whom that is now the biggest cause of

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death. Michael and if it are very much tied to get people to speak

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about it, they will be back in Nottingham in March where they have

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a big event at the Albert Hall plant and they hope to talk around these

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issues. Just to let you know, the Samaritans are available for anyone

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who has been touched by the issues in the report. U-turning them on

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this number, it is on your screen now. There is also an e-mail

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address. The important thing is that it is free from any phone, mobile or

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landline and it will not show up on your bill. Always good to speak to

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someone, isn't it? Thank you very much, Rob.

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Thai Airways is to investigate claims that Derby-based Rolls-Royce

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paid millions of dollars in bribes to its employees and government

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It's the latest airline to launch an inquiry after the aero

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engine-maker agreed to pay a penalty of more than ?670 million

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to authorities in Britain, the United States and Brazil

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to settle bribery and corruption claims.

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The company has apologised unreservedly.

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Hospital managers say they're still not in a position to reopen

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Grantham's A unit overnight, despite recruiting more doctors.

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The department has been shut between 6:30pm and 9am since last

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The United Lincolnshire Hospitals Trust says it is committed

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to reopening the service, but only when it's safe to do so.

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From today full-time firefighters in parts of Derbyshire will also act

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The county's been testing the idea since 2015 -

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The county's been testing the idea since 2015

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using part-time firefighters who've helped in almost 1400

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They take on the role of first responders

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The fire service says the new trial, using full-time officers in Matlock,

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Long Eaton and Ilkeston, will run for three months.

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Next tonight, a nursery with a novel approach to play has

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The children don't play with what you might call

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conventional toys - the brightly-coloured,

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Instead, they're given everyday household items,

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such as saucepan lids and drain pipes.

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The idea is that the youngsters become more creative.

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The rice and Thomas, wave is all about play for them. Except here at

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love to learn of Surrey in Leicester, the toys are rather

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different. We do not tend to have any lasting toys. You might find a

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small dinosaur or little cars, but everything in this environment is an

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open end resource and what that means is that the children use their

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imagination to play and learn. The nursery is based on the philosophy,

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developed after the Second World War. It focuses upon giving children

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free rein for them to explore and express themselves. Here in

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Leicestershire, it is the first nursery of its kind and already 27

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children have been enrolled. It seemed like a place more in keeping

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with his home life, we did not want things that were too different. I

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like the different way of learning, not having simply plastic toys,

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where it makes us brainwork more. It will help my daughter because she

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thinks differently, she is quite a free thinker. It will encourage her

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to be more of an individual. Charlie is quite an active child, I was

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looking for a nursery that was going to appeal to his creativity and

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which was innovative. The children play with saucepan lid, drainpipes

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and other objects, very few are conventional. There are so many

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tests for children these days, let them be little, let them learn and

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develop their own pace, their own schematic style. We do all of the

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learning embedded but through fun and excitement. The nursery opened

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at the beginning of the year and spaces are already filling up. Helen

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Astle, BBC East Midlands Today, Leicester.

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Volunteers in Leicestershire have won praise for making

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The Morsbags movement was started ten years ago by Claire Morsman.

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It makes, and then gives away, cloth carrier bags.

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But one in three of these bags-for-life is lovingly

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And among the many people who've donated unwanted fabric

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for the team to transform, is Prince Charles,

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The ring of approval for another reusable shopping

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Once a week volunteers in Oadby in Leicestershire gather

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to sow donated fabric into cloth carrier bags.

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They are given away free as an alternative to plastic ones.

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Even though there are charges, there are still people who are sort

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of buying five or ten plastic bags each time.

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So what we are doing is just giving the message,

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look how easy it is, make a bag out of your old curtains

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This month, the Morsbag movement is ten years old.

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20 groups across Leicestershire have sown one in three of nearly

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a quarter of a million bags that have been made worldwide.

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I cut out for a lot of the people here, so I would say many

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Under 10,000, but Rosie thinks it's near to 10,000.

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Also showing off their skills are Leicester's mayor,

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Sir Peter Soulsby, and at his London residence, the Prince of Wales.

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He was showing visitors at Clarence House how to make

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So, yes, some very lucky people have got Royal Morsbags.

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Concern for the environment is at the heart of this movement.

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Supporters say that one Morsbag can replace around 500 plastic carriers.

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Carol Hines, BBC East Midlands Today, Oadby, in Leicestershire.

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We have got a few here. I think this is Prince Charles' old curtains.

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Smells very regal! Time for the sport news. Breaking news, I

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understand. Yes, we are breaking this news and

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it's Rams Nottingham Forest. More controversy. In the last hour, the

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American tycoon trying to buy the club has issued a statement. The

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deal with John Jane Morrice collapsed on Friday but tonight he

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is a thing he wants to buy the Reds and has offered to take on a total

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ownership of the club. Jonny May now from our newsroom is our reporter,

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Angela Rafferty. What is going on? It has been a long-running saga at

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the city ground. Tonight more, as the man behind the failed takeover

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deal has revealed he still wants Forest and has offered a

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significantly enhanced offer for total control of the club earlier

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this week. He believes this is what the chairman wanted by Pete on the

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beds down. The American tycoon says he is still interested and would

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like to take over the club and feels frustrated that the deal has not

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been done. It comes as the current owner Fawaz Al Hasawi said he is

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totally committed to the club, promising to find a new manager and

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finance director. He said last week the deal offered them was not in the

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best interest of the club. No word yet as to why the new offer has been

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torn down. We await further news tonight from Forest. This is the

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first time the American has spoken so openly and they are clearly

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putting pressure on the chairman to do the deal. We will have to wait

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and see how they will respond. Angela Rafferty, thank you very much

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indeed. Keep an eye on BBC Nottingham's sport Twitter feed and

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our website for any developments. We start at Nottingham Forest

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because Aston Villa are set to sign We understand Villa

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will pay ?3.5 million Lansbury, who is 26,

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joined the Reds from Arsenal four Earlier this month the club rejected

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an offer from Derby for Henri. But Forest are expected

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to confirm the deal with Villa by the end of the day

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or early tomorrow morning. At Derby County, forward

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Andreas Weimann has joined Wolves Meanwhile, manager Steve

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McClaren says Tom Ince The in-form Ince is reportedly

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an ?8 million target of Rafa Benitez to boost Newcastle's promotion push,

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but Derby want promotion too and McClaren today

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scoffed at the speculation. I heard that, ?8 million,

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that will pay probably Staying with football,

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and Leicester City are in the top 20 of the world's richest football

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clubs, according The Deloitte Football Money League

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shows the clubs Premier League winning season saw them report

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earnings of nearly ?129 million. It means Leicester are now

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generating almost five times as much revenue

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as when they were in the Well, that will be music

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to the ears of Mark Selby. The big Leicester City fan

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and snooker's very best, plays in the quarterfinals

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of the Masters tomorrow. It is a really big deal

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because Selby is bidding to become only the fifth player to hold

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all three of snooker's Triple Crown The current world, UK and three-time

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Masters champion won a thrilling last-16 tie 6-5

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against Welshman Mark Williams And that game is tomorrow afternoon

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from one o'clock on BBC Two It's been around for the best

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part of 60 years and it We're talking about those little

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coloured bricks every A new Lego exhibition

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is about to open at a gallery Handmade models of all shapes

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and sizes have been built to reflect the wonders of the world,

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both ancient and modern. And Quentin Rayner has been

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given a sneak preview. Come to Welbeck and you will see the

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world, this gallery is racing to get the wondrous exhibition in place by

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the weekend. 70 models have been made to reflect Egypt's natural

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wonders in Lego. You can gaze at the great Pyramid of Giza, look at what

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the London Bridge might have looked like, look at how the world is

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interconnected by the Internet and marvel at the opportunities offered

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by air travel with a model of London City Airport. It has been a labour

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of love over three months by this husband and wife team. Both are

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full-time Lego artists. He has been finishing off the Great Wall of

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China, she has been making sure Niagara Falls into place. There has

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been a lot of work that has gone into them, we have designed the

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structures and we will work from lectures and Internet searches. We

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build what we see. It can take weeks, months in some instances.

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Sometimes we are lucky and get things done in a few days. That is

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less common. It is a huge labour of love. We love what we get to do, we

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build Lego models for a living. It is fantastic, every time I tell

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people that, they smile. It is fantastic, we do it together and we

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get to work together, something they love. When this

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gallery put on a similar Lego exit -- exhibition one year ago, it

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attracted more than 80,000 visitors in the months, the most it has ever

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had. Many of the repeat visitors are self declared fans, adult fans of

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legal. That plane is getting ready to take off. It was a younger group

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of enthusiasts from a nearby primary school that were invited in for a

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sneak preview. It is absolutely amazing, I did not know you could

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build such things out of Lego, so many possibilities. It is amazing, I

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like the fact that there are lights on the runway, makes it look better.

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Eliminated. They have put lots and lots of effort into it and it is

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just brilliant. -- illuminated. The exhibition opens on Saturday, adults

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and pronouns are welcome. Children never clear up their do

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they? And then parents get to play with it then!

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We have lots of grey weather around at the moment. This was the picture

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in Market Harborough earlier today and we also had some low cloud over

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Derbyshire as well. That seem broadly continues tomorrow for a

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time. We will see some occasional drizzle. It will be feeling quite

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damn. That is because we have high pressure at the moment penning that

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cloud over our region. But it is slowly starting to move. This was

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the picture earlier, that cloud slowly creeping northwards and some

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sunshine down to the South East of the country. As we go through the

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course of the night, we will continue to see that clouds

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starting to move North. There will be some mist patches as well. When

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the blues the cloud we could get down to around 0 Celsius tonight,

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possibility of a frost. Further North, quite a contract, six Celsius

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is below tonight, you should stay frost free. Tomorrow we will

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continue to see that cloud slowly trekking northwards. Some slightly

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brighter conditions behind it, highs of six Celsius. It will feel rather

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chilly. Lots more cloud around for Saturday, but some hints of

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brightness as well and then dry conditions on the way towards the

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weekend. This is the situation as we go toward Sunday. We have some high

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pressure that are still pending cloud over us but it is that into

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them and break up in places. As they go towards next week we are

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expecting brighter conditions but look at those temperatures, very

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chilly indeed, made sure you wrap up warm as they go towards next week.

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I have got a hat, that will help. Leicester City are making a mint!

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YAS! Incredible, 11 times as much as the need eight years ago in League

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1. Join us later for the big news.

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Goodbye.

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