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

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Tonight: cash-strapped health chiefs agree to the rationing

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A man is found guilty of the brutal killing of this 17-year-old

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grandfather. And letting the catastrophic injuries. Plus, casual

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labour, zero hours and the data economy, this is the future of work.

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And the lure of swimming in water that is a bone chilling minus three.

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I never think of them is freezing temperatures, I'd say not as warm as

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we would like. Good evening and welcome

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to Thursday's programme with Dominic Heale

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and me, Anne Davies. First tonight, the financial

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pressures on the NHS have now led to fertility treatment

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being withdrawn from some The age criteria are being tightened

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up and couples hoping to become parents will be turned away

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in an effort to save money. Today, health officials

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in North Nottinghamshire delivered a decision that will help them meet

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a stiff savings target, but will also mean some people

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will not have their dream NHS funding for IVF varies

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depending on where you live. It is already rationed

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everywhere, but how that is Here in the East Midlands,

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couples get a single funded cycle of To get it, they have

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to meet strict criteria. The woman has to be between 18

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and 42, have a body mass index under 30, and must not have smoked for 28

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days before treatment. And couples must have

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no previous children. But it costs ?300,000

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a year in just this The bodies that fund health services

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here say that is just too much, because they need to save ?20

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million to balance the books. Hence today's report,

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and a decision many women fear could rob them forever

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of the chance for a child. The decision has been made tonight,

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and a reporter was at the meeting. The decision they came up with was a

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bit of prize. It was a bit of a surprise. Health bosses from share

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would and other clinical commissioning groups, and also

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Hatfield and Mansfield CCG 's came together this afternoon to discuss

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the findings of a public consultation and also expect

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recommendations. One of the ideas put forward was to scrap the

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service, which was not supported by the public. They've decided to

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further reduce the age limit for women and also to put a limit on men

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to 40. Earlier I spoke to a doctor who is chief operating officer here

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about this decision. It has been an extremely difficult and sensitive

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decision. We believe we have come to a sensible compromise based on the

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strength of public feeling, and there were mixed views, and some

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strong views. We believe that this is an appropriate compromise. Those

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couples who are no longer eligible, the women who are 35 and over, this

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will be devastating. What you say to them? It is a sensitive and

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difficult decision. At the moment, one cycle is funded. People do

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already pay for their own cycles of IVF for various different reasons.

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That not uncommon. What you say to those couples who perhaps cannot

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afford IVF treatment, not even one cycle, who are 35 and above and

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still have the chance of conceiving? Unfortunately we recognise that this

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is very difficult. It is very unfortunate for some people, and we

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are sorry about that. You will a ?150,000. The original plan was to

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save the hundred thousand pounds if you can't entirely. Will this make

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any impact? It is only part of the savings that we need to make. We

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have to look at everything the area of spending and prioritise it on the

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things we think are likely to get the best chances of successful

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people, and that is a very difficult decision and there are going to be

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inevitably different views. She told me that this new decision won't

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affect those who are already undergoing treatment. We should know

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tomorrow a sense of the timetable around this. There will be a review

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after one year. In that room this afternoon it was clear that the

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people there understood how emotive this would be, but they say that the

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?20 million of funding... Budget cuts that need to be made, this was

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a decision they had to make. Melgart thank you.

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A Derby man's facing a life sentence tonight,

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after being found guilty of the murder of a

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Satnam Singh was found fatally wounded lying on a city street.

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His injuries were so severe, detectives thought he'd

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Giles Taylor was at Nottingham Crown Court.

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Relief this afternoon for the family and friends of Satnam Singh.

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Almost 18 months after the 74-year-old was

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found fatally injured on a Derby Street, his attacker

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4:30 in the morning, every morning, he would

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From my point of view, I'm just pleased that we've

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Satnam Singh had been on his way to the temple on Princes Street

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where he worked as a volunteer when he was

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He suffered a fractured skull and 41 fractured ribs.

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The injuries were so bad, at first detectives thought he'd been

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These CCTV images show the 30-year-old attacker's car

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in the area on the morning of the attack.

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He was the son of Satnam Singh's former daughter-in-law, and it

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is thought the motive was due to a family dispute, but he denied

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involvement from the start and chose not to give evidence in court.

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This has been complex, one of the most

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difficult cases that I've been involved in.

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It required the coming together of forensic strategy, CCTV,

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collision investigation, scene reconstruction, and all these

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different elements have come together to get us where we are.

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It took the jury around five hours to reach a unanimous verdict. The

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attacker will be back in court tomorrow where he will face a life

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sentence in prison. A social worker has told an inquest

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into the death of a seven-year-old girl that she was deceived

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by the child's aunt when she approved her as a suitable

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guardian and that she will always Shanay Walker died in 2014

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in Nottingham from a brain injury. Her aunt and grandmother have both

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been jailed for cruelty to Shanay who was found to have more

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than 50 injuries. It took just four

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weeks for an initial assessment to be made

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that it was safe to move

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Shanay Walker out of foster care and into the guardianship

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of her aunt. At the time, the

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seven-year-old behaviour an extended family to help,

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and that she had several years experience as a carer

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for people with dementia. Christine Baker told the inquest

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that she talked to the talk and cake every box

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and was very convincing. She said she was taken in,

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and fully accepts that. The coroner asked her,

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how many times they had met before her initial

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assessment and Mrs Baker But there had been 16 meetings later

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before the trial placement began. The inquest heard that

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the aunttold social workers about her own violent

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and abusive childhood. She'd experienced violence

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from her own mother who was also She was jailed on five

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counts of cruelty. The coroner asked Christine Baker if

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the decision to grant guardianship Mrs Baker replied,

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on reflection I should have done a more robust assessment, and I

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should have explored the family She said, I took too many things

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at face value and I'm really sorry The coroner then asked

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if Shanay Walker's placement with family instead of foster carers had

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been influenced by financial Christine Baker replied, no,

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adding later that money had never came above the interests

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of the child. The court heard that

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Shanay Walker had said she wanted to return

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to living with her mother as soon

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as she had overcome her depression. Council tax in Derby

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is going to increase Despite the rise, Derby

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City Council's Cabinet proposed an extra ?14 million

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of cuts to services last night, The authority says

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the increase includes the 3% the Government says it needs

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to charge to meet the rising A 13-year-old girl from

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Derby has gone missing. Amber Rose Henaire-Roberts was last

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seen at 5pm yesterday evening at an address

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on Chester Green in the city. She was wearing a black jacket

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and trainers when she went missing. Health inspectors discovered these

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cockroaches at an Saturday 4th of February in a Leicestershire

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restaurant. The council says it will be closed and tell is for

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environmental health team are satisfied that the health of this

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condition no longer exists. We'll have a longer report on this and

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later news. Still to come: have you ever been

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tempted to swim a mile in water But we'll be meeting

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a man who's done it. Plus, going back in time to bring

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back the shoppers. The ?1 million makeover for this Mansfield Street.

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And any weather, bestowed Tahir, but but we're not having a drop of snow.

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The man who's leading a Government review of the way we work has been

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Matthew Taylor's been in Nottingham to hear growing concerns over

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He's focussing on rural industries, factories, and what's known

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That's where people who are self-employed get casual

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Our social affairs correspondent, Jeremy Ball, reports.

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Remember the times when you kid goats that at least you're getting

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job for life? These days it is much more, located. Many people wrote

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Lyle on labour agencies. And eggs and flows. They are often

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self-employed and don't get holiday sick pay. The Government is

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concerned that some cattle contracts are being used exploit people. And

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done it for a little while and it's not fair. Cannot many other choices

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out there and it is not fair on these types of people. People have

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families and breadth to pay. They are scared of being homeless. That

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is purely the reason why they take theirs. They had been taken

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advantage of. Here at this call centre, people are ringing this

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advice line in tears. This man is leading a national review. I'm

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worried about the fact they are people who don't know what their

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rights are. Why are people being exploited? What can we do about it?

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The rules can be quite complicated and people often make mistakes

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accidentally. I want to help people have a stronger voice. These are

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human beings and they can feel very vulnerable in the workplace. Buckley

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protecting workers mean more red tape? A question for 300 years

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Midlands employers at this business conference. There are problems, it's

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important they are highlighted and dealt with. But we need to recognise

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that businesses and employers and why the wide-out Judy, it's an

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interest to have something that works. Who set this is about? I

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honestly don't know. Remember this? Sports direct director being

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interviewed by MPs. It was accusations that agency employees

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were being exploited. Mrs one case I've had like many of vulnerable

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workers. One of the things we are concerned about those people who

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work in these particular ways, Swinney not have the same kinds of

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rights that an ordinary employee would have. Matthew Taylor is now

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touring the country to investigate modern employment practices, but the

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Government says his review should create an economy that works for

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oral batter lovers and not just a privileged few.

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The number of people claiming sick pay and incapacity benefit

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in the East Midlands is at its highest level

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The latest figures show there are 176,000

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That accounts for 6% of the adult population and is just below

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According to the think-tank IPPR, just under half of those claiming

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in the East Midlands have a mental health condition.

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Almost ?1 million has been awarded to a Nottinghamshire

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town to improve one of its best-known streets.

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But the idea is not to modernise the area in Mansfield,

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but to try to recreate its historic heyday.

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A rather striking 120-year-old listed building here in the centre

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His tenet had a more down to earth name. Now they want to get that

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19th-century feeling again. If you're looking above, it has a

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fantastic facade. At street level it is a bit of a mess. It is about time

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that the whole fabric of the building was dealt with. This

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four-year programme is a fantastic opportunity to do that. This plan is

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thanks to just under ?1 million from the Heritage lottery fund. Backing

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for a retro regeneration. This cheat is already a conservation area, but

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the idea is to go even further by recreating some of these shops

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original 19th-century features. The hope is that by going back in time,

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it'll bring the shoppers back will stop but how fallible ?1 million at

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ago? It doesn't go far, but what we're going to do is take the shop

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frontage is back to the original historic views, which is exciting

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for the town. It will hopefully attract new businesses did area but

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it will also change the outdated reputation of Mansfield. I've lived

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here all my life and estate when I was... This was the seed used,, the

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shops were lovely. You come up now and every time you do, there is

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another shop gone. I think it will be a good idea because it's ready

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for something doing. It's getting run down. I want to see what

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Mansfield could be and was in the past. It looks tired and debated the

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moment. It's quite ironic that we are looking to the history of

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Mansfield to improve it for the future. Honouring the older will

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also involve the town 's younger planners, school and college

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students to be has to carry out research and come up with designs.

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If things go to plan, this makeover could start next year.

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How much do you spend each week and what do you spend it on?

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The official figures are out today that reveal our spending

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Here are some of the things revealed by today's family spending data

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from the Office for National Statistics.

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The average East Midlands household spends ?513.80 a week.

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People who rent their homes pay on average ?114.70 a week.

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People buying their home pay more - the average weekly cost

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79 per cent of us are car or van owners.

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34 per cent of households own two cars or more.

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84 per cent of us now pay out each week for the internet.

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93 per cent of East Midlands households now

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Out of everything we spend, 11 per cent of it goes on food.

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Housing (13 per cent), transport (14 per cent) and recreation (13)

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Alcohol and cigarettes account for only two per cent.

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on drink and tobacco than the national average.

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Women spend nearly twice as much each week (?7.20) as men

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(?4) on what the ONS calls "outer garments."

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Generally, we're pretty average except in one area.

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When it comes to spending on TVs, videos and computers,

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our region has the highest weekly spend of all.

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And perhaps it's because we love our screens so much,

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we have the lowest spend in Britain on eating out at

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Perhaps we're all too busy watching cookery programmes

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These figures are so detailed, they even know how much we spend

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on jam and marmalade every week - 30p if you're interested.

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Earlier I asked Robynne Davies from the ONS why we need

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There are a few reasons why we collect this data.

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One of the reasons is it feeds into some of our

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broader economic measures, such as GDP and inflation.

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Another reason is that it is used by policyholders to

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understand what people are spending their money

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on and where in the UK they are doing that.

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It is also a great source of social history, so

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we have been collecting the data in one form or another since the end

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What does that say about people in the East Midlands?

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What we see is average weekly spending is ?514 a week.

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That is pretty similar to the UK average.

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We've seen that households have spent slightly more

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on mobile phones, but slightly less on things like going out to

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restaurants and cafes, takeaway meals and snack food.

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Does this say anything about people, we believe

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that things are getting more expensive, does it show up that we

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are tightening our belts and may be spending less?

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We're talking about April 2015 to March 2016, and

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this is where inflation was very low and we entered a period

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So in the East Midlands, we're pretty average.

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Yes, pretty close to the UK average, though

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we do spend more on pets and pet food than the UK.

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That is good to know things like that.

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I wonder if Colin spent it all allows on clothes. Coming up,...

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Coming up the open water swimmer braving the very very cold.

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But we start with Leicester City, and manager Claudio Ranieri saying

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this weekend's FA Cup tie is a genuine chance for fringe

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players to stake a claim for the first team.

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The Foxes are on an appalling run of five Premier League defeats.

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And now face Millwall in the Cup, Seville in Europe and then Liverpool

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Our aim is to be safe at the end, and the girl is the Premier League.

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Against Derby we played other players, and I want to give another

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opportunity to show how they are good.

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Staying in Leicester now, which is more than Tigers'

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Centre Maxime Mermoz is doing - he's signed for Newcastle Falcons.

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The French international only joined Leicester two weeks ago and scored

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a try on his debut at the weekend, but, to be fair, was only ever

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And another exit - World Number One snooker player

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Mark Selby has crashed out of the Welsh Open at

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Now, I know the weather's gone all mild, but I'm willing to bet

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you still wouldn't go for a swim in a lake.

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Well, earlier this week, when it was properly bitter,

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Adam Walker from Newarkdefied all logic by swimming a whole

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mile in water as cold as minus three degrees.

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And that's only preparation for a much MUCH colder challenge.

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this is always my nervous part. Adam Walker knows no pain. If you think

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de-icing the car in a money makes your fingers go blue, try this out

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for size. It is 8am and he's wearing nothing but his trunks to take a dip

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in this lake. Wide? Good question. Something about ice swimming, it's a

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massive challenge, an extreme challenge, but it's such a mental

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game and I'm all about that. Seeing how capable I am. I never think of

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them as freezing temperatures just not as warm as I would like. I keep

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my body up simultaneously so I think about being warm, I think about

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being relaxed. And respect the water but I don't fear it. That's key.

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Last week, Adam swung a mile in freezing waters in Dublin. Now he's

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straight back into action on a very chilly day, because his next mission

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is even more extreme. One mile in a high Arctic. The first thing is you

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can't feel your feet, as soon as you put them in, they go numb. You got

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to go up to the neck, and everything is significantly cold. Getting the

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face end, that's the first thing, very sensitive. Then all you want to

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do is left up, and for about four minutes you've got to keep your face

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down and not be tempted to lift up. If I can keep it down, suddenly I

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get a warm glow as the blood is heating up my core. Then I feel

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comfortable after that. Green after becoming the first British man to

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swim across the seven toughest oceans last year, Adam has turned

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his attention to ice swimming. Getting anyone is bad enough, but

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look how tough getting out again is. His skin is red raw, and even

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talking is a struggle. What we're trying to do now... I got about five

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minutes before the after drop comes. That is where the cold light is

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mixing with the warm blood. In the blood is try to heat up my vital

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organs and it has gone away from your hands and feet. 93,500 people

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regularly swim out in the ocean in 2015, nearly double the number of

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the year before. For Adam, now is the time to get one before he takes

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his audacious Arctic challenge this year.

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Got that you had him on the survey, could you? Yes, she showed us his

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jellyfish. He swam along with sharks, think that is a walk in the

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park by comparison. A trifle warmer here

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today than the Arctic. Let's catch up on the weather. It will be really

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quite cloudy as the mood was the weekend. There is a brightness in

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the form of spring flowers. Snowdrops sent an bike feel from

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nothing. We've got some daffodils from Derbyshire was not do keep

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sending these end. At ago the next few days, it will be larger cloudy

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with the few bright intervals, but those will be for the luckier of us.

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I kept as a stony double figures, somehow outbreak some rain though

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largely through the night. This evening and overnight, plenty of

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cloud, outbreaks of rain has we move through tonight, it will become

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increasingly light into the early hours. Cabbage is still quite mild,

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and overnight low of around five or six Celsius. Some hill fog as well

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as you move into the early hours, cloudy and a mild start for

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tomorrow. I don't think we will see any frost. One of two patches of

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drizzle but that will clear out any afternoon. It could easily dry with

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plenty of cloud, just the chance of seeing the light brighter interval.

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Tebbit is reaching a maximum of 11 Celsius, not much of a breeze.

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Saturday, largely dry, plenty of cloud, we could say a few bright

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intervals, but I think they will be scarce. Averages at a maximum of 11

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Celsius. Because he's rain as we move into Sunday, a similar story,

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cloudy and mild. The luckier I was beginning to see a writer intervals

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building into the picture, so it is a cloudy picture of the next few

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days. Sigh that first chart wasn't meant to pop up. Quite cloudy and

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mild as he moved was the weekend. It looks very sunny in Spain. It was

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worth seeing a pressure chart. That it from ours. See you at the late

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news. Two challenges await you today,

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and our genre is Landscape. The conditions are a wee bit

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challenging. I've really got to

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convince the judges It's colourful -

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but it was meant to be muted.

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