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

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Tonight, how that cyber attack is affecting NHS services here.

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Hospitals and health services cancelled routine operations. Some

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have no e-mail, others are using pen and paper. Also the boss of a

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company that scam that thousands of people is ordered to pay back over

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?1 million. Plus we will find out what happens when you pair an

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18-year-old first-time voter with a 101-year-old who remembers Churchill

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as Prime Minister to talk about the big issues in the election. And why

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netball has taken on a slower pace to get more of us back on the court.

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Good evening, welcome to Friday's programme with Sarah Teale

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First tonight, hospitals and NHS services across the East Midlands

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are reporting that they are affected by the cyber attack which is

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Some are having to shut down phone and IT services while it

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Weekend appointments are also being cancelled.

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Our health correspondent Rob Sissons is with us now.

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The East Midlands has been affected. NHS England describes it as a major

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incident, a massive malware attack and we mean by that this could have

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been something delivered by an e-mail, somebody opening a Word

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document, it is called ransomware. It is someone demanding a ransom. It

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could be cybercriminals. They have encrypted information and the

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question is how does the NHS get that back? We are told screens in

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some organisations went blank at 2pm. At least 25 NHS organisations

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affected in England and Scotland. Lincolnshire and the East Midlands

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hardest hit. Lincoln, Boston, Grantham, some hospitals have

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cancelled weekend appointments and surgery because of the cyber attack

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and west Leicestershire people affected because the George Eliot

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Hospital IT systems have been impacted and Leicester hospitals

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have not been affected, but they have shut down their computer

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systems and rebooted as a precaution. Derbyshire's community

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health services have shut down IT Systems and GPs in the south of the

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county did the same. Royal Derby say they have resilience measures in

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place. We heard about the Kings Mill Hospital in Sutton in Ashfield. We

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know the A department, the screens are said to have gone blank. At a

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certain point in the afternoon. A consultant in A said they had shut

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down the computer system and gone back to the old way of doing things

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on paper. It is getting difficult because we have a lot of patients.

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Hopefully there is a lot of time for us to process information on the

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system. I had lady today who had severe back pain. It could

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potentially paralyse her below and we had to divert her to another

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hospital, Queen 's medical centre, for further management. Is there any

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evidence sensitive patient data could have been obtained? At this

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stage I do not think we know. The basic principles of computing are

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you should have information in at least two macro places so that if it

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disappears in one, there is a back-up where you can recall it. Is

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that in place everywhere? We do not know. We know GCHQ is involved in

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trying to track down whoever is responsible. It raises big questions

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about patient confidentiality. NHS organisations have been moving away

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from paper to computing for a while. No doubt there has been a mixture of

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reaction within the NHS? Reaction coming in all the time. NHS

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providers saying the scale of this has to be worked out. They say

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trusts are doing all they can to minimise the impact. The patients'

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association shows although IT can transform patient care, which is

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undoubtedly true, they say the NHS has struggled to harness it,

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sometimes using outdated equipment with huge variations in the standard

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of IT infrastructure. John Ashworth, Labour's Shadow Health Secretary,

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said he blames the criminals tonight but he believes governments can do

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more to protect the information technology infrastructure.

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Thanks. Plenty more on this no doubt the next few days.

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There's plenty more on its way between now and seven.

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Including the charity with a head for publicity.

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It's urging people to wear a hat for a day to raise awareness

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The head of a company which conned thousands of customers in a huge

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cold-calling scam has been ordered by a judge to hand over

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1.2 million pounds under the Proceeds of Crime Act.

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The daughter of one his victims says the pay-out brings

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It's been the biggest investigation led by Trading Standards

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Jonathan Rivers is currently serving a six-year jail sentence

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Today, he was back at Nottingham Crown Court.

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He was ordered to pay ?1.2 million under the Proceeds of Crime Act.

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Rivers, formerly from Coleshill in Birmingham, was the owner

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of a publishing company, Wyvern Media

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Under his direction, employees pressured small firms into buying

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False names were used and claims about readership were exaggerated.

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Unauthorised withdrawals were also made from customer accounts.

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The company had an estimated annual turnover of ?7 million.

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One of those customers were the Moyles.

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They were persuaded to place an advertisement

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Ultimately, they were conned out of over ?20,000.

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The calls from Wyvern Media were absolutely beyond belief.

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They were literally every 20 minutes, starting first

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thing in the morning, going on until the last

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possible moment at the end of the working day.

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It was like a sort of torture, a constant torture.

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In 2012, Trading Standards raided nine Wyvern Media offices

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In October last year, ten people, including Rivers,

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were sentenced to a total of 15 years in prison.

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This was their largest investigation taken on by the regional

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Trading Standards in East Midlands and also the largest

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investigation for the Proceeds of Crime Act we've undertaken.

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In total, we'd received about 500 complaints in relation

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Rivers was order to pay ?1.2 million.

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If he doesn't, he will face a further sentence

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Let's speak to Helen now at Nottingham Crown Court,

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Helen what sort of message are Trading Standards hoping this

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This was a complicated investigation that has taken five years to get to

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this stage and Trading Standards were keen to stress crime does not

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pay and they were not as afraid to use the Proceeds of Crime Act on

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defendants. The person you saw said she feels a sense of justice has

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been done for her parents but that is tinged with sadness. She told me,

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I can't replace the last few months of my parents' lives, that were

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ruined by Jonathan Rivers. Helen, thank you.

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Drayton Manor theme park has been closed for a third day

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after the death of a Leicester schoolgirl at the attraction.

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11-year-old Eva Jannath died after falling from

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The park says it's allowing the Health and Safety Executive

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to complete its work, and doesn't yet know

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Three water rides at other theme parks, including Alton Towers also

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closed as a precaution, but they reopened today.

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An investigation has decided that a police pursuit before a crash

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in which two men were seriously injured was justified.

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The men were passengers in a BMW which hit railings

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at Wigston in Leicestershire sixteen months ago.

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The driver has been sent to prison for dangerous driving.

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A police constable followed the car when it failed to stop.

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The Independent Police Complaints Commission has

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ruled that the pursuit was carried out appropriately.

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Parking wardens in some parts of Derby are experiencing so much

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abuse and threats of violence they're now being escorted

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by Police Community Support Officers.

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In one recent incident, a man was arrested for verbally abusing

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a warden and has been convicted of assaulting a PCSO

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Giles Taylor caught up with a patrol to see how

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If it's something that you guys feel is getting out of hand

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A morning briefing at Peartree police station.

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But joining the PCSOs are a pair of civil enforcement officers,

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or what most would know as parking wardens.

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Parking is a big problem here and for the last few months

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They just park their car, they disappear, they haven't got no

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respect so we decided it was time the traffic wardens start doing

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additional patrols in the area and going about their daily duties,

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some people decided to start abusing them and doing other things,

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and that is when we actually went to the police and said maybe,

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on health and safety grounds, that the police accompany us.

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The City Council asked us not to film the faces of these officers

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Off camera, they told me about some of the abuse

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they received, often directed at their partners or daughters.

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We were really shocked the first time we did it,

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and some of the behaviour of members of the public was disgusting.

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At the end of the day, the wardens are just doing their job.

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There were people pushing the wardens, trying to drive

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And there has been a lot of racial abuse to some

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of the parking wardens, which is totally unacceptable.

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It was on just one of these first patrols that Amy herself found

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The male came out of the barbershop and thought it was acceptable

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to shout abuse at the warden across the street.

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I approached him, asked him to stop shouting abuse,

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he ignored me and my advice and thought it was

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Since the patrols started, hundreds of tickets have been handed out,

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but generally there has been a positive response.

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Obviously, the people receiving the tickets are not very happy.

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But a lot of the businesses and other members of the public

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are very happy with what we're doing and saying, thank God you're

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finally out here doing this with the wardens.

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With the PCSOs coming out now, I think our traffic wardens

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They feel more comfortable that they are able to

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Still to come, Lucy has a mixed weekend forecast

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And in sport, there's a lot riding on the biggest game of the season

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as Leicester's finest aim for a historic basketball treble.

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More than 80 years separates two Derbyshire women but both agree

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this is an incredibly important general election.

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Wyn Edwards is 101 years old and remembers when Churchill

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And as part of a BBC East Midlands Today special report

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she's been talking to 18-year-old Alicia Clarke who of course

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is voting in her first election next month.

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When Wyn was born, women were not allowed to vote in the UK. You must

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be Alicia. You must be Wyn. Julie -- today we arranged for the

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101-year-old to meet Alicia from a nearby grammar school in Ashbourne.

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Do you put your mobile phones on one side are really taught? Yes, yes.

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With the pleasantries over it was onto their election priorities. If

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we want to save the NHS, we have got to pay for it. How much care the

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party takes for the environment, because I believe it is the largest

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issue. Next, you guessed it, Brexit. I have always experienced being in

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the EU. When I was younger, I did not see any problems, I thought it

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was better to be more unified. I hope words of wisdom will be put in

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the mouth of Theresa May, when she starts these discussions. She is

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going to need them. One topic of disagreement is lowering the voting

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age to 16. They would rather do a boogie with at 16, surely. I did

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think I was responsible and has political opinions. Really? I would

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have liked the opportunity to vote on what happens in the country. We

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will have to live with it in the future. Despite Alicia favouring the

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Green Party and Wyn labour, they ended the discussion as friends. I

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think we agree wholeheartedly, don't we? Yes, we do, definitely. A

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fascinating chat and doesn't Wyn look amazing.

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Polling cards have had to be reprinted in parts of the Broxtowe

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district of Nottinghamshire after a map pointed voters

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The incorrect map was put on the information concerning four

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The borough council is blaming the mistake

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Those people affected should already have new cards

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Now, in order to raise awareness of head injuries the East Midlands

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based charity Headway has been encouraging everyone

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to wear a hat today, and someone proudly doing

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She was on the verge of a legal career when she was hit

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The accident changed her personality and damaged her memory.

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She says the Headway day centre in Leicester saved her life.

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On the 29th of September 2003, by life changed completely, totally. I

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was training to be a lawyer in London. I met with a nasty accident

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and that caused a haemorrhage. A stroke. And it was the beginning of

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my new life. Tindy is now an ambassador for Headway. At its less

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today centre she knows everyone has their own story about the day that

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changed their life. My name is Mike. I had an accident involving a hang

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glider. I am Jackie, I am 44 and had a brain haemorrhage and stroke ten

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days after my son was born. I am Lionel. I had a brain haemorrhage

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caused by high blood pressure. I was very scared as to what happened to

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me and could not decide. It is about fitting in. I did not know what my

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place was in society. In hospital for months, she piled on weight.

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When I was that size, I did not think I was fat, I thought I was

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fine, but now when I look I think I was heavy. Declan is a

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neuropsychologist and said people are often surprised how common head

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injuries are. In 2014 there were 350,000 admissions to hospital as a

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result of head injury. It has changed everything from what I was

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doing before. I was training to be a solicitor. Now I am living my

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dreams, presenting, do modelling, having fun. We are part of the human

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race and accidents, strokes, they happen and can happen to anyone. It

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costs a small fortune to keep the service going. That is what Hats for

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Headway is about, raising awareness and money. That is some hat. An

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inspiring story. A cricketing legend both on,

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and perhaps even more, off the pitch, has kept

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an important date today. Test Match Special commentator

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and former Leicestershire bowler Jonathan Agnew went

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to Buckingham Palace to receive an MBE from the Duke

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of Cambridge, Prince William. Aggers, who's been keeping

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wicket in the TMS booth for more than 25 years,

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was given the award They are having a great chat.

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He chatted to be about a minute. About cricket, obviously. Doing the

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honours in sport tonight. I keep checking the post, it does

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not arrive. They were flirting with relegation

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when Craig Shakespeare took over - now their top flight

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status is secure. Shakey - for now - remains interim

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manager at Leicester City. The big question will he be

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given the job for keeps? With just three games left

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we decided it was time to give He replaced Ranieri

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in February and Leicester Just three defeats in 13 games

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with Shakespeare in charge. Results have a massive bearing

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on people's outlook and, It has been no different

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to going in the day and working on the coaching field with the players,

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but the results have been a real No talks with the board yet,

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but how much does he deserve It's been a rejuvenation

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of Leicester City. It has been the Leicester City

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of last season, the way they played, personnel, style of football

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and support around the ground. The atmosphere around

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the place, it has If he won every game

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I would give him ten. I think we're great to be in

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a position where we are and I think survival is the biggest thing

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we could have achieved this season. 2.2 points per game

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so if you work it out over It has got to be nine out of ten

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easily, if not ten out of ten. Lancashire are chasing

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a Duckworth-Lewis target They need 24 runs from the final two

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macro overs. At Grace Rd, the day-night

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match has been cut back. Now, there are many sporting areas

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where the East Midlands leads - but basketball must surely be top

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of the pile right now. The best women's team

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are the Nottingham Wildcats. We met them yesterday on their way

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to Sunday's play-off final. The best men's team

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are the Leicester Riders. Also play-off finalists

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at the 02 this weekend. All led by the All-American boy,

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who's now Leicester Nikesh Rughani has been

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at home with Riders head He is as passionate and dynamic as

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they come and a key ingredient in the Riders' success story. He has

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been here since 2008 and his playing career and is settled in Leicester.

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When I played here I saw it was a great place to be and loved our club

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and our fans. And taking over as the coach, I have settled in. My family

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is here now and I love it. He is clearly doing a good job. Before his

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arrival the Riders won two major trophies and are now going for a

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ninth title in the last five seasons. I think you have to have a

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balance when you coach. Some days you have to turn up the heat on the

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guys a little and some days you have to put armour on. The most important

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thing for me when I came into the job was to be honest. How do you

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divide your time or tween basketball and a family? It is a challenge. You

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are locked into the season but it is great to have family support. My

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partner Sarah, my son Lucas and my daughter Tindy. When I come home

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after a tough session it is great to have them there. Sarah is one of his

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biggest supporters along with his two children and even though she is

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not a sports fan she is being slowly converted to basketball. One of the

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first dates was at one of his games. I saw the passion from then and I

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see it at home. Every day he is working and he always has his eye on

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the ball at home. Back on the court there is still business to be taken

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care off with the play-off final on Sunday against Newcastle. Rob said

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it has not been hard to get his players up for the game. When we

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walk out in the O2 Arena at in front of 70,000 people, they will be ready

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to go. We are playing a good team. It should be exciting. This week in

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training you can see they are fired up and ready to roll.

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Both games are available to watch on the red button and BBC Sport

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website. On Sunday. Coverage starts at 1pm.

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Now if you fancy taking up a sport but at a slighter slower pace then

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After a successful pilot in the East Midlands last summer,

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walking netball is re-engaging many who thought they'd hung

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Hannah Meredith put on her trainers to bring us this court report.

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The rules are run little bit different.

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Walking netball, obviously, there's no running.

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We don't allow any jumping in walking netball and you can hold

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the ball a little bit longer, you can hold it four seconds

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and normal netball rules where there's footwork,

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Netball is England's most popular team sport for women

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but with figures claiming over 40% of over 55s are inactive

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and with injuries keeping women of all ages on the bench,

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the governing body is hoping a more mature relaxed looking game

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will allow many to swap the couch for the court.

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I used to play when I was younger and then I had to give up a lot

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of sport, because I've got arthritis in my right ankle.

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My daughter said, Mum, you could do walking netball.

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I've always played netball most of my life.

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I had a knee injury four or five years ago

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and because of the pain, I stopped playing.

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I think it's quite proven that sport and stuff like that can help issues

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which I have had in the past, so I can understand that.

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As soon as I get hold of a ball, everything else disappears.

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As well as raising your heart rate, a cup of tea and a cake at the end

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makes it quite the social event, too.

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Just find your trainers, a pair of pumps, anything,

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Even if you don't want to join in, just see

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With eight walking netball clubs established across the region,

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Ruth believes there is no excuse not to play.

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I don't know what everyone's waiting for.

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Hannah Meredith, BBC East Midlands Today,

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I think that is a great idea. I took up netball a few years ago and there

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is a lot of running, more than I remembered.

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And some funny walks. I used to play centre.

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A long time ago. That is the one with all the running. You should

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have with all the running. You should

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have been goal attack, you are tall. Good evening. It is a mixed bag

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towards the weekend. Today we finally saw some rain, good news for

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the gardeners but less good news on the roads because in the often do

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the showers were heavy, making for tricky driving conditions. As we

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move through the weekend we will see Sunny intervals. Showers to look out

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for, particularly on Sunday. They have the potential to be sundry.

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They will be warm and humid through Saturday. -- warm and fund a read.

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Showers will fizzle out and we will be largely dry overnight on

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Saturday. Just the chance of an isolated shower overnight but not as

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heavy as this afternoon -- the afternoon. Tomorrow, a cloudy start

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to the day. Again, showers to look out for, but many staying dry and

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they will not be as heavy as this afternoon. It will feel fairly

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humid. Overnight Saturday into Sunday, the cold front will bring

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outbreaks of rain and introduce a fresher feeling to the weather and

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by Sunday, we are looking at a bright start and sunny spells and

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scattered showers. Feeling warm but not as humid as it will feel

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tomorrow. The showers have the potential to be heavy. Through this

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weekend a mixed bag. Cloudy, brightness, as well, but one or two

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showers that have the potential to be sundry when we get to Sunday.

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We will have to be prepared for every eventuality. Colin, do you

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think Shakey will keep his job? He deserves to. That is all. Have a

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great weekend. Goodbye. If you lie your whole life,

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you cannot escape. I know this is the right place.

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I've been waiting my whole life. She's looking for a man

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who knows nothing about her. This is my son

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we're talking about here.

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