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The Paralympian who had to wet herself during a train journey,

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because the disabled toilet was out of action.

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I was, you know, very angry and I just felt useless and honestly

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The Government plan for more affordable houses and new garden

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villages and towns but will they meet demand?

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A new year brings higher rail fares but these commuters have

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I travel in every day and it is a daily commute for me. It is going to

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be a big hike in the amount I pay. I get an annual ticket now and it is

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going to be a big difference. And a sting in the tale for railway

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passengers after this scorpion stops the Edinburgh

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express at Peterborough. First tonight, the Paralympian

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left to wet herself because the disabled

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toilet wasn't working. Anne Wafula Strike has represented

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Team GB in wheelchair racing She was travelling back

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to her home in Harlow She says she felt

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robbed of her dignity. We'll hear from Anne in a moment

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but first this report from our chief The 42-year-old wheelchair

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racer is a board member awarded an MBE for her services

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to disability sport. She was returning to Harlowe

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from a board meeting in Coventry last month when her train journey

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of almost three hours turned The CrossCountry train's disabled

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toilet was out of order. A member of the train crew suggested

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she get off the train at a station to use the disabled toilet

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there but there were no staff She could not wait until the train

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reached Peterborough. It was humiliating

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but I had to do it. When that happened to me I just

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realised that sometimes when you are different,

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you are so isolated. The world disqualifies

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you from having a life. It is as though when

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you have a disability, you don't deserve to have equal

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rights in the community. The MP for Harlow, Robert Halfon,

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has taken up her complaints with CrossCountry Trains,

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describing the service as appalling and totally unacceptable

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in the 21st-century. I have never heard her complain

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in this way about her disability. In fact, she is a very positive,

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wonderful human being. It hugely saddens me that she has

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had to suffer and be humiliated by A spokesperson for

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CrossCountry said... Anne says she decided to speak

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out in the hope of bringing Too many people with disabilities,

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she says, suffer in silence. Earlier I spoke with Anne

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from her home in Harlow and asked her if she'd heard

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from the train company. They haven't apologised

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directly early to me. They have sent a statement

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to the BBC this morning. They have also sent a letter

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to my local MP, Robert Halfon, but they have not actually

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apologised directly to me. This is what so many

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other people with You know, this is what it

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means to really have a system that is letting you down,

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have a system that is failing you. The CrossCountry trains

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failed me big time. The least they could do

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is at least apologise. Is that why you decided

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to forward publicly, given that you have a profile

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as a Paralympic athlete? I am not going public

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because I have a profile as a Paralympian, I have gone public

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about this issue because I do not You do not need to be a Paralympian,

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you do not need to be in the public eye for the world

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to listen to you. I think people who are suffering,

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they need to rise up, they need Will you be travelling

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by train again? I will be travelling by train

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again and the reason why I will be travelling by train again is

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because I really want to hold We have legislation that

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actually supports passengers with disabilities, that

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says their human rights or disability rights are met,

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but what is the need of having legislation that is

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so weak that companies and organisations and big franchises

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will get out without paying fines? Police are searching

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for the driver of a car that was involved in a collision

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in which two men died. The incident in Yaxley,

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near Peterborough, happened just after eleven this

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morning and involved two The driver fled the scene on foot

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and a police helicopter has been involved in the search

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but the driver is still missing. The road is currently

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closed in both directions. And a man has died after his car

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was hit by a train at a level crossing in Lidlington in Central

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Bedfordshire. The London Midland service

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from Bedford to Bletchley struck Next tonight,

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councillors in Northamptonshire say they're delighted at plans

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to build a new village on the site More than 1000 homes could be built

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at Deenethorpe, one of 14 The Government says it's responding

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to local housing needs. And today, news of yet more homes,

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this time for first-time buyers. During World War II it was home

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to the US air force. Now, 1500 new homes

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could go up here. An old airfield, a 3000 acre site,

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around a fifth of it to become The church and the

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community hall and a We need housing, therefore,

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if we want housing here is much better than placing it on the edge

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of towns or greenfield sites. This is a brownfield site

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which is ideal for housing and it Planning for the scheme

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will be applied for in May. The building of what they

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describe as a green, sustainable village happening over

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the next ten to 15 years. There is a ?6 million

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Government fund to help with the project, to help

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with the planning process, So can that small

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amount help all those It has to fulfil a whole

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load of criteria. More particularly, we are interested

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in the provision of power perhaps through solar energy, hot water

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through ground source heat pumps and all of these district

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heating systems. You know, these are all

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the sorts of emerging... Proven technologies we are aiming

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to deploy into this site. Along with garden villages,

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Harlow chosen among three Around 10,000 new homes proposed

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on greenbelt land north of the town. When it last came to

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public examination, the concept was thrown out mainly

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on the basis of the lack of infrastructure plans

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to support it. For example, the sewage,

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water plants just were Plans to put homes on this airfield

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in previous years have failed. Those in favour of

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building one of the first garden villages here hope this

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time building work will begin. This is the War Memorial for the

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airfield. We are told this will be picked up and moved and become the

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centre point for the green Village, if it gets the go-ahead. This is not

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the only big housing initiative being announced. They are talking

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about a 1.2 billion starter fund. That will benefit two of our

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councils. If you are a first-time buyer, you could get 20% of the

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property worth ?250,000. This is what the housing minister told us.

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Well, they are going to help a significant number of people who

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I think if you bring the price down by 20% it

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It will not be the answer for everyone

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and there are other things the Government is doing to try

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This will aloow thousands of people who cannot get onto the

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housing ladder the opportunity to so.

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Both councils welcoming that scheme. The highest rise in the country. We

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are told those first properties will go on sale in 2018 but we do not

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know where they will go or when building work will begin. Thank you.

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Rail passengers have been protesting outside stations today

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Prices for the two main rail operators in the region

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Greater Anglia and Great Northern will rise by 1.8%.

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And even though that is below the national average, some commuters

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will be paying around ?80 a year more.

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This morning at King's Cross, a chorus of disapproval against rail

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For many, this is the first commute of the year.

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Passengers from our region travelling into the capital had to

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The increase may be below the national average but they

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I travel in from Huntington every day.

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It is going to make a huge difference.

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It's over ?7,000 a year to commute from Peterborough

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Yes, it does, it affects me quite hard in the pocket.

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When there are cancellations because of

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the number of trains going back to Cambridge,

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it means that I get in up to an hour later.

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To make matters worse, many who paid more for their

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journey this morning faced delays of up to 30 minutes

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One commuter who has had enough is Tina.

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When service is disrupted, trains often feel to stop at our local

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station to make up time. She has launched a petition to remove the

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franchise from the control. If the operator was to change, hopefully we

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would go back to some kind of normality with our service. Some

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kind of normality. That is all we're asking for. We not asking for

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something magical. We just want to be able to get to and fro work at a

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decent amount of time. They say they are bringing in more drivers to

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reduce cancellations and more trains on. The body which represents

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operators and Network Rail said the increases have been influenced been

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influenced by Government policy. Every passenger once a comfortable

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journey and to arrive on time and they want to know they are getting

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the right ticket at the right price. The money we get from taxpayers and

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customers helps us to achieve that. With taxpayers now paying more in

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the year ahead, the expectations for services to include will also

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increase. Up to 1,500 jobs could be created

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in Peterborough this year as companies continue to invest

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in the city. The organisation which encourages

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economic growth says it follows a similar number of jobs

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being created last year. Emma Baugh has been to meet one

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of the cities biggest employers, A global form running some of the

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biggest insurance brands in Britain. The already employs 600 people here

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in the city, and are recruiting 200 more. There is a great diversity of

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population, which reflects the customers we deal with at and the

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major high street brands that we have. We have a good recruitment

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pipeline for Peterborough and we want more of those people in our

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call centre providing great service. The organisations say they hope to

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build on healthy figures this year. We have seen a 1500 new jobs created

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in the city, 8000 in all over the past six years. Fantastic growth.

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Peterborough is one of the fastest-growing cities in the

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country, yet our job creation rate even as patents that. -- outpace

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that. We have seen a reduction in job-seeker claimants in recent

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years. There has been criticism that workers are lower paid. They have

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set up a special skilled service, working with schools and employers

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to make sure young people have the skills they need to take on higher

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paid jobs. Work is underway building a major new house of freezer

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warehouse, which promises more jobs. A organic farming company is

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expanding and making use of the city's prime location. One of the

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reasons it makes Peterborough so special is due to the agricultural

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land we have here. It is one of the highest grades in the UK. Our

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location is brilliant. We have some really good transport links all

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around from where we are situated and we are seeing a huge growth in

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the number of people interested in organic Rogers in the area. It is

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hoped in the year ahead more companies will move to the city and

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firms will continue to grow. -- organic produce.

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Peterborough City Hospital says its faced an

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unprecedented demand for care in its accident

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and emergency department within the last 24 hours.

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A critical internal incident was declared yesterday and

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Extra staff were called in to assess patients

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Time to hand you back to David and Susie. Alex has the weather. I will

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be back later on. Still to come, the weather for the

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rest of the week in football it is only live there as Norwich city

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celebrate a rare hat-trick at Carrow Road.

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All this week on the programme, we'll be looking at some

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Over the next four days we'll be looking at the worlds of business,

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And we'll start tonight with business.

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2017 will see the drugs company Astra Zeneca start

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to move into its new global headquarters in Cambridge.

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And there are also developments at Stansted, and two of our big

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This from our business correspondent Richard Bond.

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Taking shape in Cambridge, a building that will make this region

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one of the leading centres of drug discovery in the world. Four years

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ago AstraZeneca said it would move its Google headquarters to the city,

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at the Cambridge biomedical campus facilities for 2000 workers are

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being created. The first of them will move in later this year. At the

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moment they are scattered around eight sites in the area, including

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this office on the science park. There are many times in your career

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as a scientist would you can work with designers and build your own

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building, and it is dedicated to the sides are undertaking. It really is

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a sense of real excitement for AstraZeneca as a whole and also the

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scientists that will be working in the new building. It'll be a big

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moment for the region's economy when this side of the global headquarters

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of one of the world's biggest pharmaceutical companies.

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Construction work is at its peak on the ?330 million project, once

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complete the buildings will be powered by ground source heating

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from this energy centre. The R centre will enclose -- include the

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headquarters which was moved from London in 2016 so we will end up the

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west to scientists, copper headquarters served by a very

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sustainable energy centre. Two major wind farms reached significant

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milestones in 2017. One field of North Norfolk should start to

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produce its first power in the spring wealthy galloper field of

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Suffolk goes into full-scale construction. This year we will

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continue with the foundation installation that started last year,

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we will use cables connect individual wind turbines, we will

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also put in the second export cable from the beach at Sizewell, we will

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start turbine installation and then of course we need the offshore

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substation which is the large structure we put in around May so it

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is all happening this year. The expansion of Stansted should

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continue this year, the leisure airline jet to almost 83 flights per

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week to the Essex airport. should hear this year whether it can

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go ahead with the new ?130 million arrivals building to accommodate

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more passengers. Our political correspondent

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Andrew Sinclair has been talking to politicians on both sides

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of the fence about what we can expect in the weeks

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and months ahead. After struggling through autumn,

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Colchester United finally found their rhythm as Christmas. They have

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been beating allcomers and one player has been finding new ways to

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celebrate. The player from Cameroon has rapidly become the new cult hit.

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His antics have gone down a storm on Twitter, the club anxious to make a

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song and dance of it, tweeting away action shots merrily. The man

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himself loving it, he treated, I enjoyed that drumming, if any band

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assured of a drummer boy then just shout. We don't's owner Ollie has

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been reunited with his instrument, as I am sure his neighbours will

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testify. But after watching his side win six of the last seven games why

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not bang on about it? Everyone I spoke to was quite surprised,

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drumming was quite simple but when you're doing it is hard to get a

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decent beetle he was very good. Since the didn't we have not lost

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the game, the fans love them and things like this because love her

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more. Colchester were the region's star performer is, top of the tree

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after three wins and three, just below Cambridge United are also

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unbeaten claiming seven points from nine, Southend have a win and two

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draws, a mixed bag for knowledge at MK Dons with a search page about

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Northampton and wouldn't only managing three points from three

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games. Stevenage had a shocker, bar at the bottom, Christmas for them

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totally pointless. But for Cambridge wearing in red-hot form. They

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Colchester they have taken 19.3 possible 21 to surge up the table

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and into the play-offs. Yesterday's 4-0 win over Notts County kept them

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in seventh. Deeply any manner that suggests they are genuine promotion

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contenders, they are playing with verve and vigour and seemed to be

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enjoying the football. Goal of the day, this one by Tom Lawrence for

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Ipswich, a cracker but not a matchwinner. QPR sneaking a late

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winner leaving town the wrong half of the table. Is that we played the

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second have especially very well become quite close the game out, so

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we need to work on that. Get back to winning ways next game. After a

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miserable 2016 reason to cheer for Norwich fans, a 3-0 when using the

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pressure on Alex Neill for now. A week ago I would have said Gore,

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today I'm saying he can do it. It was a different team, they played

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really well and I want to see more games like that. Nelson Oliveira the

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toast of Carol Rhodes had, is hat-trick the perfect way to kick

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off the new year. Finally tonight, we've run a few

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stories over the years on the reasons for delays

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on our railway lines. Among the favourites: overhead power

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cables down and leaves on the line. But how about a scorpion

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in the carriage. It happened on a London to Edinburgh

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express train on New Year's Day. The service was halted

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at Peterborough after the scorpion It was eventually taken

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to an exotic pet refuge, All eyes busy and beady, quick to

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acknowledge the new kid on the block. A story from Guatemala, this

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scorpion fell out of a woman's rucksack on a train near

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Peterborough. I was getting my glasses case out and noticed there

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was a scorpion crawling on the glasses case. I dropped it on the

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floor because I did not want to get stung and then kicked over the

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glasses case to see it I could find a scorpion on the underside and

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wasn't there so at that point we had lost the scorpion in the carriage.

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Soon found the tiny creature less than one inch long was scooped into

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a food container, British Transport Police took to the warmth of the

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exotic pet refuge near Peterborough. It would not have lasted overnight,

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there would have been no repercussions the next day. Other

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lodges venomous it is only like two of the wasp sting so it is not

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dangerous or fatal. It would only really sting if provoked. This

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morning little bundles of scorpion joy, even harder to spot than the

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month. There are three small babies that I can see, after they have

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grown up little that they will sit on their mums back and head to ride

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around with her, she will feed them for a couple days and then they will

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feed on small box themselves. It is fantastic, we want to go and visit

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the rescue centre in Peterborough so we should do that at some stage. My

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daughter is really interested in animals and would like to study

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zoology so we are very pleased. The train was delayed by only seven

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minutes but the scorpion and her babies continue to make headlines,

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they will live out their days at the refuge quietly away from the

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cameras. No paparazzi!

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Imaginative and laid eggs in the carriage and they hadn't known until

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they got into the carriage tours overrun.

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Alex was just seeing she had a wonderful scorpion fact.

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Is it small clubs big sting, because small sting?

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Someone will call and letters now. The producer agrees. If the producer

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says it is true, OK. The best thing is now staying at

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all, really. The best thing is not to have a scorpion on the

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It is a bit call for scorpions perhaps. We have a cold start to the

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day this morning, some cold on the grass in Cambridge as the sun rose,

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and the beautiful sunset photograph taken. It will get a little chilly

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tonight but not as cold as last night because of more cloud around

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and although it is expected to stay mainly dry by the end of the night

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there may well be some light rain or drizzle across northern counties. As

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we go through tonight there will be clear spells developing,

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temperatures close to freezing so we could get down to two or three

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degrees so perhaps just the risk of a touch of frost but for most of us

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we're staying above freezing temperatures as this weather front

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comes in from the North will start to recover so those temperatures

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rising to around four or 5 degrees for some of us as we start the day

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tomorrow. We have this weather front coming in from the north tomorrow,

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it is a cold fronts or wanted clear spirit it will mean a cold wind

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developing, actually, and some bright weather around so expect a

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cloudy start first is that weather front approaches and some might rain

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expected but cleaning fluid quickly and then some pleasant spells of

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winter sunshine, the bulk of the day looking dry and bright. Deventer is

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perhaps feeling cold in that went, five or 6 degrees. These are average

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wind speeds, and that will be a feature of the weather through

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tomorrow particularly into the afternoon and evening and a certain

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and wintry showers from the North Sea saw four counties in Norfolk and

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Suffolk there could be the odd shower coming in for the evening,

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including the quite quickly saw the Queen to be quite fleeting but just

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a possibility and then you notice the blue on the map, by the time we

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get to 5am on Thursday temperatures dropping quite sharply, a sharp

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frost expected for tomorrow night. We could be down as low as -5 or 6

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degrees in parts of the region as we start the day. I pressure will give

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us some dutiful winter sunshine for Thursday, it establishes itself

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across the British Isles for Thursday so lots of fine weather

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around but you can see the weather front coming in from the north-west

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and events that to move eastwards and as they get to the weekend the

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weather front will come through and bring us rain and introduce some

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milder air. Every cup for tomorrow, looking largely dry with the risk of

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the showers coming in first thing and wintry showers later

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particularly from the coast. If each of the weather tomorrow is the

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strengthening north-westerly wind and then fine wintry sunshine after

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the sharp frost on Wednesday night into Thursday, so it'll be a cold

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day with lots of sunshine around, and eventually the weather front

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starts to bring in some rain probably in the day on Friday, into

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the weekend and then it turns slightly milder.

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Susie was not listening, she was looking up scorpion facts.

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Apparently it is mainly by accident the sting people. Goodbye.

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