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With your news now for the East Midlands, I'm Maurice Flynn.
First tonight, hundreds of football fans have swamped the home
of Nottingham Forest, protesting against the club's owner
It ends a week that saw the manager sacked,
the captain sold and the final collapse of
A groundswell of fans now want the club sold or restructured,
whatever it takes to force change at the top.
He is a nice bloke, but he can't run a football club. We have seen that.
Day-to-day running is, there is no structure, nothing there, nothing
left. 50 years this year through thick and thin. I have seen it bad
and good, now it is bad again. We cannot make it worse. If we get him
out now it will be worse. The owners of a popular cafe
in Derby who built the business up from nothing say they're
being kicked out The lease at the Mad Hatter's Tea
Room in Alvaston Park isn't being renewed,
and the council is Carrie has been running this cafe
for six years, but at the end of March she will lose her business
because the council are not renewing the lease. The letters build-up good
customers, we have loyal customers have been coming since we started,
and they are essentially going to snatch it from us. It is a bit
disheartening when we will have to start all over again from scratch.
Derby City Council says it has no intention of closing the cafe. It
will be run by Derby life. The decision has sparked outrage. 3000
people have signed a petition supporting the owners. It is
absolutely disgusting. They took on a lease, they built up a business,
and we were here right at the beginning. You can see how popular
they are, they should be allowed to run the cafe. They haven't got
anybody as good as her to run it in her place, and we will lose out
because we use it regularly every week will stop when the council
ticket over then becomes part of that budget problems for the whole
council. As a private business the owners can do what they want. You
can see this family people there are here, and it is being used all the
time. I'm also sure it will happen if council ticket over. A motion to
save Carrie's business will be discussed next week.
Detectives investigating the discovery of a woman's body
in a suitcase in Leicester, are appealing for more information.
Kiran Daudia was found in an alleyway in Cromer
The 46-year-old's ex-husband has been charged with murder -
he's been remanded in custody by magistrates to
Meanwhile, Police are keen to hear from anyone who may have seen
someone with a suitcase in the area on Monday afternoon or evening.
A teenager is in a serious but stable condition in hospital
A large area around Stoney Street at the top of Broad Street
was cordoned off while forensic examinations took place.
Police say they were called to reports of a disturbance
A 17-year-old boy was found with injuries.
A 19-year-old man's been arrested on suspicion of causing grievous
Football now, and after the fans protest at the City Ground,
Forest beat Bristol City one nil, under their care taker manager.
Derby County meanwhile faced and beat fellow
promotion hopefuls Reading - 3-2.
In league two, Mansfield won 2-1 at Cambridge,
while Notts County and new boss Kevin Nolan lost 2-nil at Grimsby.
And in a few minutes, it's kick off at Leicester Tigers'
That's in Pool one of the European Champions Cup -
Doesn't feel like the sun rose today, but let's see what's
After the beautiful winter sunshine yesterday it was a return to
something more cloudy. This evening and overnight there will be more
cloud around. A few clear spells when we see clear skies.
Temperatures falling away to overnight low temperatures of minus
two. Patchy fog and frost. It will be a cold start to the day tomorrow,
20 of cloud, some bright intervals in the mix as well. One or two
patches of fault in the morning. It could linger, temperatures reaching
a maximum of five Celsius. I will leave you with the outlook into next
week, Sting settled but with some fog.
Special guests on the Beat tonight from six are Frank Carter
Their new album is expected to enter very high in the chart,
ands "Fresh for 2017" - Dean and the team introduce
you to some of the new local musicians expected to make
Back with more for you tomorrow at 6:15.
Good evening. It does not get warmer. If you check the UK as a
whole, it has been one of the coldest days so far. The hard frost
to come in areas where it stays clear, parts of East Anglia, the
south-east, fog across Scotland, at West, a change, showers and parts of
Wales and England, some snow on high ground as well. Meanwhile, down
under through the early hours, Andy