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It's almost 6.30pm - you're watching East Midlands Today.

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Tonight - Labour's upbeat message to voters in rain-swept Derby.

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Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell says that despite the polls, Labour

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is growing. It is moving of its own accord and polls have been wrong in

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the past. Plus, from a hole in the ground, to this. How a

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Nottinghamshire stately home is being turned into a national rehab

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centre. And could this electric racing car is by the engineers of

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the future? If kids had the vote, who would they choose, as Prime

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Minister? I would want either Antic or Decker.

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Welcome to Wednesday's programme with Geeta Pendse

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First tonight - Derby will be a big beneficiary

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from Labour's manifesto, according to Labour's Shadow

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He arrived in the Labour target seat of Derby North this afternoon

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Mr McDonnell also told a crowd of supporters that a movement

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of support was building up despite the opinion polls which show

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the party trailing well behind the Conservatives.

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Our political editor Tony Roe was there.

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You could say this was the few for the many, the few Labour Party

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members braving the rain, waiting for the Shadow Chancellor,

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waiting for a bus which was an hour late.

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Yesterday's manifesto launch had nailed Labour's very different

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manifesto to the mast and supporters here are happy.

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for the people of Britain, where we could really establish

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the welfare state, even in the face of really serious austerity.

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Tuition fees, scrapping those is a massive bonus to this country.

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All our utility companies are foreign controlled.

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We have got to do something. I think Labour is the way forward.

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This is a Labour target seat, it has had a Tory majority of 41

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at the last election, but they believe here,

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this seat will be a test for Jeremy Corbyn's policies.

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I'm so pleased you've stuck around despite the elements themselves.

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Derby is of course a railway city and Labour promised to electrify

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the Midland Mainline and nationalise the railways.

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Places like Derby, not only will we increase the conductivity,

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but in addition to that, Bombardier will be one

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of the companies, obviously, that will be providing a lot

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of the railway stock that we will be needing in the new system,

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so for Derby, I think this manifesto, you could have almost

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And the claim also from the Shadow Chancellor about why

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The mismanagement of the economy now is affecting all people.

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I think that's why Theresa May called the general election.

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I think she called it now because she realised

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that the economy was on a downward spiral.

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We've got three weeks to turn that movement into electoral success.

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Labour don't believe the election will be a damp squib

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for the party's fortunes, things are picking up,

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they say, and polls have been wrong in the past.

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So the polls are wrong or will prove to be wrong.

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John McDonnell today told his damp supporters that they should be

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invigorated by the polls. He says, we are reporting the fact there is

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movement in the polls towards Labour. I think they take heart from

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what happened in America with Donald Trump and what happened in Canada

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with Justin Trudeau, where young people were not taken account of and

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the vote made a difference. I would say that any history of general

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election polling, there hasn't been a poll which has been more wrong

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than 6% and Labour need a lot more than 6% to overturn this deficit in

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the opinion polls at the moment. Thank you.

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Later in the programme we'll be reporting from Downing Street -

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Plus - we wanted rain. And we got it.

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Well, we certainly had lots of the wet stuff today.

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This was the picture at 11am and then pretty much the same

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picture at 2pm and then the same picture again at 5pm.

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Will we need our wellies again tomorrow?

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I will have the full forecast late in the programme.

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Police in Leicestershire are continuing to question two men

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on suspicion of murdering a 16-year-old girl.

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Megan Bannister was found dead after a car crash

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in Enderby on Sunday. Detectives say they believe

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her injuries weren't caused by the collision.

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They've been searching homes in the Braunstone area

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Two Leicester men - aged 27 and 28 - have been arrested.

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A man has died after being hit by a train in Nottinghamshire.

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British Transport Police were called to the Meadow Lane level crossing

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in Attenborough at around 11.20am this morning.

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It caused disruption to trains travelling

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between Nottingham and London, Leicester, Derby and Newark.

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Rail Accident Investigators have been called in.

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Next tonight, dozens of military veterans have been recruited to help

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build the new national rehabilitation centre

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Stanford Hall's now a vast construction site, that's eventually

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going to replace the outdated Headley Court in Surrey.

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Our social affairs correspondent, Jeremy Ball, reports.

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This is how Stanford Hall is being transformed.

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Into a place that will rebuild shattered lives.

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From this vantage point, you can see how they are restoring the old roof,

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just one small part of a site that now employs 700

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You can see our heritage contractors relaying the reclaimed slate.

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Rich left the army with post-traumatic stress disorder.

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He used to build bases in Afghanistan.

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Now, he's recruiting other veterans to help build here at the defence

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Whilst it may take a little bit of time to bring

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a service leaver up to speed, service personnel have got

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discipline and they have those logistical, planning challenges

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that they faced on large operations. They bring leadership.

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They will be there on time and they are reliable.

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There are many former forces on this site,

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as a result of the draw of what this project is all about,

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It means so much because it will revolutionise rehab treatment

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for men and women in the forces who have been wounded.

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A rehab service that is currently based at the outdated

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The replacement they are building here at Stamford hall is due to be

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handed over to the Ministry of Defence in the

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What you can see behind me is going to be everything

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from complex trauma wards to hydrotherapy pools.

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And accommodation for up to 300 injured service personnel.

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And from the air, a bird's eye view that shows just how vast

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it is and how rapidly the grounds of Stamford hall have been

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This must be the biggest construction project in the East

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Midlands at the moment. This is one of the gymnasium is where most of

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the rehabilitation will take place. This is four size of the former

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site. We have got six tower cranes and two mobile cranes to actually

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feed the materials we need to build. There is still a lot more work to

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do, when it is finished, they hope this will be a lifeline for the next

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70 to 80 years. In just over three weeks' time,

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we'll find out who's won the race to Downing Street.

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That's three weeks for people to decide which are the most

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important issues in the election. Well, Ed Collard has been talking

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to voters who've something particular in common with the Prime

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Minister. So, what do they

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will have in common? Well, they all share one of the most

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famous addresses in the world - And as Theresa May goes

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through the rather arduous job application to hold onto her gaffe

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in SW1, it's the likes of Maureen and Morris

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in the Downing Street in South Normanton, and Jordan

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in his in Bulwell So what do they want the election

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on June the 8th to be about? I listen to what is in

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the news and in the media and wrote a few notes.

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Sometimes, your mind goes blank. And her vote is very

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much still up for grabs. The National Health Service,

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we want to review. So, I like what the Lib

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Dems have been saying. Hospital car park charges,

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which Labour have mentioned. Ukip, migration, which is another

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thing we talk about, isn't it? The Conservatives, mental health

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issues, yes, there are a lot In Bulwell, health is

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also on Jordan's mind. What is important in this

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general election would be privatisation of the NHS

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and other public services. All agree that money

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is too tight to mention. All agree that money is too

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tight not to mention. There is such a vast difference

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between the higher rates The national living wage does

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need to be increased. And where Theresa May can always

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find a policeman when she wants one, in South Normanton, Maureen's

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not so sure. Police, the cuts for the police,

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little things like, we've got a speed hump outside and it doesn't

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slow things down outside our gate. We have talked to dozens of other

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people on our Downing Streets, which also include one

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in Sutton-in-Ashfield. But in every case, one subject

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was surprisingly absent. Brexit is not important

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to me in this election. Brexit, I mean, personally,

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it isn't one of the biggest Ed Collard, BBC East Midlands Today,

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In the build-up to the general election we thought it would be

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interesting to see what young children think about it all.

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So, we visited Scalford primary school in Leicestershire

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You're in the camera. You are in the camera as well.

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I'm not. Yes, you are.

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And if you'd like to see that again, then catch it on our Facebook page.

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A Leicestershire road has re-opened after a building partially

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Emergency services were called to the two storey

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building at Long Street in Wigston yesterday evening.

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Specialist equipment was used overnight to demolish the property.

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The Fire Service says it's not yet sure what caused the collapse.

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A charity has put in a bid for ?6 million to transform

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a disused viaduct which connects Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire.

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The Bennerley Viaduct is a listed structure and one of only two

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Sustrans is applying for cash from The Heritage Lottery Fund

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to turn it into a cycling and walking route, in the hope

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Miles of canal have been adopted by groups

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of volunteers in Derbyshire. The Canal and River Trust has

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been asking for help to maintain the waterways.

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So far, groups in Long Eaton, Cromford, Findern and

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the Erewash Canal Preservation and Development Association have

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Now, believe it or not, the Royal Academy of Engineering

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reckons this country will need 1 million new engineers and

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So one group of Derbyshire schoolchildren have taken

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this challenge on board, and have built themselves

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an electric racing car. In fact, Class five at Aston

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on Trent Primary plan to race the car over the next two months.

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James Roberson's been to see them test driving the Aston Arrow.

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When you are ten, it is good to be a racing driver and that's what these

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youngsters in Derbyshire are being. They won a competition run by a

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national organisation called the advanced propulsion centre, to build

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a lightweight electric kit car, all designed to encourage the young

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engineers of the future. There is a statistic that by 2020, we will be

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short of a million engineers in the UK. We wanted a fun project to show

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students what they learn in the classroom can be translated into a

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fun project. The chassis and motor are standard. The body, though, is

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special to each school. These year five schoolchildren have been help

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from an engineering company by Matt -- from Melbourne. You should see

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the kids faces when we turn up. It is like, we're going to play with

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cars now. It has been a fantastic opportunity for them to build a car

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and race it. That was the whole reason for doing it, the principles

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behind the competition in the first place. The pupils are enthusiastic.

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We learned how to use a spanner to tighten them properly. So they would

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keep things in place. It's been really fun. I feel like I wanted to

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do some more and get into engineering. I have learned how to

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use gears to make more power. How to wire up a circuit correctly. What is

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it like to drive? It was really fun but scary at the same time! And it

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is scary! The aim is to join other schools and all compete together.

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The Aston Arrow has had input from aeronautical engineers at

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Loughborough university. If it goes fast enough, it would almost be able

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to fly around the course. After practice at school, it is next

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practice at Donington park, race in June, Stafford will hope to win at

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the big one, Rockingham, in July. That looks great fun. I'm handy with

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a spanner? I can assemble furniture

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occasionally. That's more than most of us can!

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The sport's coming up - along with, hopefully,

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a drier and brighter weather forecast.

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And they may say slow and steady wins the race, but sadly, not for

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Thwarted in his million to one chance of love.

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Time now for the sport. Here is Matthew.

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First we start with Nottingham Forest and we understand the meeting

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between Olympiakos owner Evangelos Marinakis and the Football

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League has taken place - and the Greek take-over

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The club's manager Mark Warburton says he expects the new owners to be

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aggressively ambitious and is looking forward

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Manager Mark Warburton's faced a turbulent eight

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He says Nottingham Forest now need strong foundations and thinks

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the new potential Greek owner, Evangelos Marinakis,

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They are football people, proven football people.

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And they have done a magnificent job at the club.

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And they've really developed an outstanding club,

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so I'm sure the aspirations for the club will be

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equally as positive, equally as aggressive.

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The deal by the Greek shipping magnate is nearly complete.

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A meeting with the English Football League Executive to see if he passes

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the Owners and Directors Test has taken place.

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Marinakis is facing accusations of match fixing back home.

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He denies the allegations and is waiting to find out

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Of course, it is great seeing a quick fix but there is no quick

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fix by going to spend X amount of money at the club

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What we have to do is make sure the club is abiding

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by the regulations, is on firm ground.

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Warburton wants five or six players in the summer

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Keeping Forest up this season giving him sleepless nights at times.

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But the former City banker says the pressures

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I took the old Brentford players in to see the trading floor

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and they realised those guys get in at 6am and they are still there

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at 7pm and they are taking phone calls through the night

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It is all about teamwork, communication, desire, hunger,

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commitment, so it's not just football, far from it.

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It is 14 years now since he left the world of banking without any

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After success with Brentford and Rangers, his unconventional

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route into the game is now driving him on here.

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Basically, I thought, either do it now, or I'm

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never going to do it, as corny as that may sound.

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So it was that and it was taking the plunge,

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taking a significant pay cut, much to the wife's disgust!

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And I worked hard and I had some money put aside

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and you eat into that and just try to develop your football career.

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I'm very fortunate how it all turned out.

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Very few English bosses manage in the Premier League,

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but that's his ambition and he believes under

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the new ownership, he can do it with Forest.

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Do you feel excited now about the future for yourself

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It's never about me personally, but to answer your question, yes.

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24 clubs report back in June and will be

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saying, this is our year. That's the nature of every league.

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What we have to do is make sure it is Forest's turn.

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Lovely interview with Mark Warburton.

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Leicester City's manager Craig Shakespeare says he's been

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looking at possible summer transfer targets - even though there's

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no guarantee he'll be in charge of the club.

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Leicester face Tottenham in their penultimate game

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Shakespeare's future still hasn't been decided.

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But he revealed today he's making plans for the squad for next season.

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And he says it won't be long before he has talks with the owners

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We've got two games left now. It will come to a conclusion.

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I think the club realise, in terms of

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forward planning, it's important that everybody knows, and so my

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answer is, you won't have to wait long.

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And Leicester City's owners, King Power International,

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are buying another football club. They're in agreement with OH

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Leuven, who are a second tier club in Belgium.

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In cricket, Nottinghamshire will play at Somerset in the quarter

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Nottinghamshire's game at Northants was rained off last night.

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But they still qualified for the next stage.

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However, Leicestershire and Derbyshire are out.

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And Nottingham Panthers will face Swiss, Czech and Finnish teams

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in the Champions League of Ice Hockey.

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They earned their place with their Continental Cup win last season.

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Panthers are lowest ranked of the 32 teams.

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Their toughest opponents, Berne, are fourth.

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What a prestigious tournament for them to be in. Panthers fans love

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their ice hockey as well. Next, bit of a slow

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starter this story - it's about an international love

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triangle which hasn't Last year we appealed

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for help to find Jeremy, By "leftie" we mean his shell

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swirls anti-clockwise, Incredibly, two suitors with

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matching swirls were unearthed - one was even flown into Nottingham

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from a Spanish island. What happened next though proves,

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as ever, that the path of true love never runs smooth.

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Jo Healey reports. I'm not going to tell you Jeremy's

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story at a snail's pace, I will cut straight to the juicy bit but be

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prepared to be shell-shocked. This is what happened when his potential

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new mate met. We got them together but unfortunately, the two we got

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through the appeal, the two suitors, preferred each other rather than

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Jeremy. So, snail mate. We had an appeal on our programme last year

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for help. We would love to get the public to help us find another one

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of these really rare lefties. What happened after that appeal? We were

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lucky, we found two potential mates for Jeremy. Leftie from Ipswich and

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one from Majorca, who was found on a snail farm and destined for the pot.

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He had a lucky escape and was flown to Nottingham. Now he or she, they

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are hermaphrodites, has just had 170 baby snails, and not one of them is

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a rare leftie. There is a serious side to all of this. Tell me about

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it in a nutshell... Recently, we discovered a gene which makes snails

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go one way or the other. It turns out the same gene is also in

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ourselves, by studying snails, we can learn a little bit more. Back to

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Jeremy's love life and they haven't given up hope yet but in the

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meantime, here's happy to play the indulgent uncle.

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Poor Jeremy! Aren't baby snails cute?

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They are but I think Jeremy would prefer to have some of his own.

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Sometimes it is just the way things work out.

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Isn't that awful when you're walking down the pavement in weather like

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this... I know. It could be a leftie snail!

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Alex, how wet has the weather been? A lot of wet weather today, possibly

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good for the snails. This Millard does look very happy about the rain.

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As we have a look at the rainfall totals for today, a little bit of a

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league table. I should say, at least it is good

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for the gardens but I think even these pansies are looking a bit

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soggy. As we have a look at tomorrow, good news, a mixture of

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sunshine and showers on the way. Feeling a bit fresher. This was the

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picture earlier on. Quite a lot of cloud around and that wet weather

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showing up loud and clear on the radar. We have low pressure in

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charge of our weather but the front that has been bringing all the rain

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is moving out of the way. We are expecting more of a mix of sunshine

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and showers. At the moment, still looks like the Rizzi huge puddle

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across the east. Take extra care on the roads, we are expecting quite a

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lot of spray and standing water. Fresher feeling tonight. Tomorrow,

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we start off on a reasonably bright note. Cloud increasing over the

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course of the day. Some showers in the afternoon. As we have a look

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ahead to Friday, we're sticking with that fresher feel, a mixture of

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sunshine and showers on the way. Highs of around 14 Celsius. As we go

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towards the weekend, low pressure still in charge but high pressure

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starting to nudge in from the south, settling things down a little bit

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but potentially more wet weather on the way. I will leave you with the

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outlook. A mixture of sunshine and showers over the next few days.

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Top tips for keeping slugs and snails off your flower beds. What do

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you think? I don't really know, I need to

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