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With your news now for the East Midlands.
There are fears from one of Nottinghamshire's leading
politicians that changes to immigration announced
across the Atlantic, could have repercussions here.
Nottinghamshire's Police and Crime Commissioner Paddy Tipping's warning
came this afternoon during a civic service marking
He said the EU referendum already prompted a rise
in racial tensions locally, and President Trump's new ban
on nationals from certain muslim countries could hinder murk
Senior politicians, like the President of the United States,
are in a position to destroy it, and I fear they are
What will that mean for Nottinghamshire?
People will be set against people, street against
street, neighbourhood against neighbourhood,
and we'll see more concern, more anxiety and possibly
A teenager's in hospital with stab wounds, after being attacked
Police say it happened on Thursday evening,
when five or six men wearing balaclavas got out of a silver BMW
at the junction of Wood Street and Royal East Street.
The 18-year-old victim suffered injuries to his back and legs.
Officers are appealing for witnesses.
A man saved by an organ transplant today started walking 100
miles to encourage others to register as donors.
Simon Elmore was taken seriously ill aged 33,
but after receiving a new kidney, recovered enough to win Gold
He and his supporters spoke to Jo Healey today in Derbyshire.
If he tells you his story, he'll admit he was in a very,
very dark place and possibly feeling suicidal - I think
That's because, eight years ago, his kidneys failed.
Then, two years ago, Simon had a kidney transplant.
I was on dialysis at Derby, got a phone call
at ten o'clock and it was, "Simon, we've got a kidney for you."
And the first thing that went through my
head was, "I'm going to the World Transplant Games in seven months,
And that's exactly what he did - not just one but several medals.
And today he began a seven-day 100 mile
trek through Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire, which he hopes
A good thing for a good cause, basically, isn't it?
I think it's a really big challenge, and I think he's going to
Two years ago I had a car crash, so that's put me in a wheelchair.
So I really respect what Simon is doing - it's good.
We need a lot of people today because more people are on the
So certainly it is a cry out for people to donate.
He couldn't walk 50 yards to the coffee
And now, you know - well, he can go 100 miles,
It would be a great accomplishment, if nothing else.
Among his biggest supporters, the mayor of his hometown.
If we do this for seven days and we save one life, or we give
quality-of-life to one person, then you've all done something
People living near a Nottinghamshire park say they're angry vandals have
The area around Dovecote Lane park in Beeston has recently undergone
This weekend, a row of blossom trees have been snapped in two.
People are very protective of the community.
They care about the community and the outrage I have seen online
When it could have gone on something else.
It could have gone on something else in the children's
But just to do this, it's just mindless.
Two very different matches this weekend for Nottingham Panthers.
They lost five nil away to Cardiff Devils last night,
but bounced back this evening, to beat Coventry Blaze 8-3.
We had a frosty start this morning, but we shouldn't see too much in the
way across tonight. We have this low pressure system moving out of the
way, so it should be a little drier in the early as well. We'll start to
see those showers moving awake eastwards. Hillfort here and there.
Lose tonight of around four Celsius. As we run towards tomorrow morning,
we will see some brighter spells first thing, but then that cloud
will increase over the course of the day and later in the afternoon we
have this band of showery rain coming in our direction with highs
of around seven Celsius. I will of around seven Celsius. I will
leave you with the Outlook. Some milder temperatures on the way as we
We're back tomorrow morning with our first bulletin at 6:25am.
Good evening. Very soggy down south today. A wash-out of the day for
some of us. Scotland, northern parts of England, had sunshine. It's going
to be cold. Already is. This is what is heading our way for the week
ahead. We need our brollies out and it'll turn Wendy later in the week.
The rain is clearing. I wouldn't say necessarily particularly drying out
after this rain band boost towards the east, it'll stay damp but cloudy
and murky in the north. Maybe freezing fog in places. It will be
cold in the glands of Scotland. It could be down to -10 degrees, it's
already about -5 or 6 degrees right