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Coming up on Wednesday's programme.

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Our hospitals battle their busiest winter period ever.

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The system is very, very congested at the moment.

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So, a system that was already very full, the last thing

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you need is to be closing areas to further admissions.

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Why the rise of a "sleeping" disease with no symptoms

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New Year - New Hopes and fears for Brexit.

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Our politicians make their predictions for 2017.

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The temperatures dropping overnight, bringing a sharp frost. I will have

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all the weather details. First tonight, our

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hospitals at crisis point - again - with some A

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departments saying this festive period has been

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their busiest ever. Tonight, the Lister,

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Milton Keynes Hospital, Kettering General and

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Peterborough are all on what is called "Black Alert" -

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operating at full capacity. And Northampton General has more

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acute patients this evening It has prompted fresh calls

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for patients to stay away from A unless it is a genuine emergency.

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Stuart Ratcliffe reports. Here in Northampton,

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every day for the last ten years, this A department

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has seen an increase We have shades of black now, like

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most of the rest of the country. In reality, what does it mean

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if a hospital is on black alert? It means we stop a lot of things

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that we would normally do and focus all of our attention

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on the urgent care system. We may be stopping some

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routine operations. But we are really spending

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every degree of effort, discretionary effort, particularly

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on sorting the situation out. One particular pressure

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point this year has been the number of patients

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with severe respiratory problems - problems which could have

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been avoided had the patients sought help from their GP

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before infection set in. We had a very large

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number of people who required some mechanical

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support on ventilation, But that got to the point

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where we had to bring in more ventilators, we had to hire them in.

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We did that and it was great. People had to change

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what they were doing, in terms of teams supporting

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these very sick people. They did a fabulous job.

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But it was a lot of hard work. At Addenbrooke's in Cambridge,

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the hospital is not only it is also now trying to cope

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with an outbreak of flu. There are ten ward

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areas currently closed because of patients

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admitted with flu. We are putting restrictions on the

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number of visitors to the hospital, in order to reduce

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the risk Of people bringing flu into the hospital

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and transmitting that to both Over in Peterborough,

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the hospital is also struggling. It has gone beyond black

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alert, operating at The more patients you have,

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the more difficult it becomes for us all to give the degree of care

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and attention that we wish to do So, it is certainly not

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a position any of us But we and our system

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partners are working as hard as possible, to try

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and get the number down and to try and increase

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the flow through the hospital, therefore,

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reducing the pressure Our ambulance services

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are also under pressure. Both the East of England and South

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Central seeing a surge in demand. The largest increase has been

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in the East Midlands. Over the Christmas

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and New Year period, the number of red calls, that is,

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potentially life-threatening calls, doubled and, in the first

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six hours of 2017, the Ambulance Service received

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1,153 emergency calls. What ambulance trusts

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and hospitals fear now is a sharp updrop in temperature,

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which would mean A further rise in the burn. -- team

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earned. With me now is Dr Adrian Boyle,

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from the College of Emergency Medicine, and a consultant

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at A at Addenbrooke's. Dr Boyle, why are winter

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pressures this year so bad? This is a situation which has been

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building for a long time. We simply do not have enough beds.

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What is the risk of running at full capacity?

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Absolutely. Infection control is a big problem. But we are also having

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to postpone other activities. It all has a knock-on effect.

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What is the knock-on effect of emergency departments

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being full on the rest of the health care system?

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From what I hear, all my colleagues in primary care are operating at

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capacity, as well. The information can be confusing, because you

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sometimes get told to stay away from accident and emergency, but when you

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phone 101, you are often called -- instructed to go to accident and

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emergency. This is not so much about accident emergency, it is more about

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people who need to be admitted to hospital.

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What is needed to improve the situation right now?

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Planned activities are bound to be cancelled.

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Is there extra money available from the central NHS coffers

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for extreme circumstances? Should there be?

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We actually have the least number of parents of any country in Europe. We

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need two things. We need more hospital beds and we need better

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social care. We keep hearing that the health services are having to

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make big cuts all the time. That is a big problem. What is the morale

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wake amongst staff? When we get colluding waitress, clearly, it puts

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pressure on everyone. Thank you very much for joining us.

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A 38-year-old man from Essex has been arrested

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in connection with a hit-and-run crash in Cambridgeshire

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The incident happened in Yaxley, near Peterborough, yesterday.

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Police are trying to establish whether it is

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linked to the discovery of a briefcase full of cash nearby.

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A quiet moment on the edge of the busy road. Tributes been left at the

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spot where two young men were hit by a car yesterday, after which the

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driver drove off. The two people were believed to be in the late

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teens or early 20s. Our condolences go out to the loved ones of the

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families of the two young men who tragically lost their lives

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yesterday. It is a very sad time. Normally, the sort of thing does not

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happen around here. As you can see, you can see how fast and busy this

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road is. Officers searching for the driver of BMW the arrested a man in

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Chelmsford last night and arrested him on suspicion of actual bodily

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harm. They want to see if the suspect is linked at a break-in at

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the nearby address, after the suitcase full of money was found

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nearby. Doctors in Peterborough

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say they are seeing a growing number of patients

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with "sleeping Tuberculosis". Unlike active TB,

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there are no symptoms But health chiefs are keen

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to ensure the bug does not A screening programme rolled out

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in May has seen the highest number of samples being

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processed in the UK. It is an airborne infection

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that affects the lungs. Tuberculosis was a big

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killer in this country Fast-forward to the 21st century,

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and so-called sleeping tuberculosis As long as we pick it up

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early, it shouldn't cause At this clinic in Peterborough,

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patients deemed to be at risk from the latent infection

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are being invited in for screening. There is a lot of different groups

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coming to Peterborough, so obviously, as their doctors,

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we really want to protect them and we also want to protect our

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other patients, as well. So, I think, finding a disease

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like latent TB early and treating it helps protect both the patients,

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but also the rest of The vaccine for TB was phased out

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a decade ago, but rising levels of migration from high-risk

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countries has seen health bosses in Cambridgeshire introduce a pilot

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screening programme. We have got about 12 practices

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involved across Peterborough and the pilot has been

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running since May. We have had a fantastic

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response from our GP teams. They have screened over 250 people

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and we have now got 30 people in treatment for the latent form

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of the disease that, otherwise, would not have known

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that they had it. One of 60 programmes in the country,

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it has sent in the highest number Data from the region's clinical

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commissioning groups show that between 2013 and 2015, there were,

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on average, 26 cases of TB detected in Milton Keynes,

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42 across Northamptonshire, 63 in Luton, and 85

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in Cambridgeshire - the highest number in this

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part of the region. It is estimated that a third

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of the world's population is infected with latent

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TB and one in ten goes A century ago, TB was a big

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problem in this country, but improved housing and sanitation

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has seen a stark drop in figures. Scientists in this Cambridge

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laboratory have sequenced the TB genome, looking at drug-resistant

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bugs, in order to find In the United Kingdom,

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the rates of tuberculous have declined over the last few years

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and, I think, last year, there were about 6,000 cases,

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which was down from about But tuberculosis has never

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disappeared from the UK and is unlikely to do

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so in the foreseeable future. While latent TB is not contagious,

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doctors are urging people who have settled in this country in the past

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five years to be tested, in order to help eradicate this

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once-widespread illness. A non-league footballer

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from Hitchin Town has been sacked, after abusing Bournemouth midfielder

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Harry Arter over the death Alfie Barker, who is 19,

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posted, "Big hype, just for a disappointment,

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like the nine months leading up Barker issued an apology

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on Wednesday for his "disgraceful It has been revealed that a level

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crossing in Bedfordshire where a driver died yesterday

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was due to be replaced The man's car was hit by a train

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close to Lidlington, near Marston Moretaine,

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at around ten o'clock British Transport Police

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are investigating. Network Rail say a consultation has

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already started to find a suitable The line is due to be upgraded,

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as part of plans to improve east-west rail links

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between Bedford and Cambridge. -- and is due to appear in court

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next month. -- the Chino Ajax accused of murder is due to appear

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in court next month. You're watching Look East

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with David and me. Stay with us for the debut novelist

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who's just won a top award. Alex has got your

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weather forecast, and we're at the zoo on the day

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they made sure everyone Well, whatever your views

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on politics, you have to admit 2016 was a watershed year,

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both here and across the world. David Cameron out of Downing Street

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in the summer after Britain And Donald Trump heading

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for the White House. All this week, our correspondents

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are gazing into their crystal balls to consider what the year

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ahead will bring. Tonight, our political correspondent

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Andrew Sinclair talks to political figures in our region about a 2017

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which will almost certainly be Last year's referendum led to the

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creation of a newspaper. Published in Norwich, the New Year appearance

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reflects the views -- views of those who voted to stay and six months on,

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many haven't given up hope. A portion of our readers are holding

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out that we will get a second opportunity to back out of this

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through a second referendum or a general election. Brexit will

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dominate British politics for a long time to come. The only thing we know

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is that nobody knows anything right now. It may be two years ago but

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there is growing pressure on the government to explain how Brexit

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will affect us. MPs of all parties say the uncertainty is starting to

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worry local employers. EasyJet, an airline based on European travel

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being easy, Vauxhall, where we can't get away with higher tariffs, that

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is one small part of our region. We need answers many of these

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questions. Politicians will be at the forefront of this year's Brexit

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negotiations. The early work will be done here at the European Parliament

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and one of our Euro MPs will pay eight key role. -- play a key role.

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I want to keep as many things the same. The EU is over half of our

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exports for the Easterby and and I want to make sure that doesn't fall

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off a cliff. At Westminster, Ben Gummer is in charge of making sure

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government departments are prepared for Brexit. Agriculture Secretary,

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Andrea Leadsom, will have to make it work for farmers. Stuart Jackson is

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a key aide to David Davis. Meanwhile those of our MPs that leading

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figures in the leave campaign will be watching closely. Worried that

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some in the government will be trying to drag their feet. We know

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there are people in Parliament that have made it clear that they don't

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accept the result and want to play the long game. The Longo time we

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take to exit, the more chance of some event occurring which would put

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it off. You sound like you were worried this may never happen. I am.

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It seems appropriate that 2017 should've started with fireworks at

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Westminster. A lot more will follow as Brexit begins.

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Peter Bone is worried that Brexit may yet be scuppered - is he right?

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Look at the row over the resignation of our ambassador in Brussels. There

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is this suspicion that there are elements of the civil service, the

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press, Parliament who will try to scupper Brexit or slow things down

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and not make it work. The official line from Whitehall is that the

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referendum must be respected. We are leaving. If you look at the Labour

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Party, there are MPs like -- that feel they will vote against article

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15. Norman Lamb wants a second referendum and hinting they will

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slow things down in Parliament. Six months on, I am still speaking to

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people who believe Brexit can be stopped. They believe it can be

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stopped. I think it is a long shot but people are trying. We will be

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talking a lot Brexit but will anything change? On one front, no.

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The Brexit talks will have just begun and we will be for members of

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the European Union. What I think will be far more different will be

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uncertainty. Gavin was talking about that in my piece. Firms and

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institutions, research is Egyptian plan five or ten years ahead and

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students plan five or ten years ahead. What our future relationship

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will be is something that will worried them and we will be talking

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a lot about that. Which voter would you say symbolised Margaret

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Thatcher's success in the 1980s? That will be Essex man. That is

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right. That's right and Essex

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man, or at least some It follows news that commercial

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vehicles are being banned from parking on a new housing

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estate in Colchester. The builder, Persimmon Homes, said

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the rule was designed to protect The local MP said the ban

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sounds like snobbery. The Luke Wood Meadows estate has

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already made headlines. He was set by his 300,000 dream home until he

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realised he wouldn't be able to park his works fan outside his house

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because of a restrictive covenant that bars commercial vehicles. Not

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far from the estate, builders were working on an extension and Matthew,

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plumbing and heating engineer, said he thought the van ban was unfair.

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It is ridiculous and discriminating against someone who goes to work and

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works hard. Just because they use a van, it is outrageous. At the

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florist, they use a van fit delivers and were not impressed. It labels

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people with the type of jobs that they do. It is good enough to be an

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office worker but not good enough to be a tradesman and park your vehicle

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at your own property. Colchester's MP is a former property lawyer and

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he wants an end to restrictive covenants that Bob commercial

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vehicles. There were lots of hard working people that rely on vans,

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use bands often. It is their only mode of transport and say they can

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build a house but not able to live in one because they can't park there

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than there is snobbery. Persimmon Homes,, they said...

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At the estate, residents said they were happy with the band but not

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all. People should be allowed to have whatever vehicle they wish. If

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they purchased out -- purchased a house, they should have whatever

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vehicle parked on the driveway. The only white van we spotted was

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leaving. The writer from Cambridge who's won

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a major award for his first novel. Francis Spufford

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is best-known for his His latest work, Golden Hill,

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is his first novel and it's won the Costa Book Award

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for a debut novel. I'm delighted to say Francis

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is in our Cambridge newsroom now. Good evening. Well, congratulations.

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Thank you very much. Before we go into how you found out about this

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award, what is the book about? It is about a suspicious in man with a

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suspicious name of Smithfield intones opinion New York in winter

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1746 when instead of being a gigantic world city, it is still

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basically a village where everyone knows everyone. You are not used to

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being a well published author. How did you make the transition? Was

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there something you always had in your mind that you thought one day

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you would put it to paper? Not this thing but I always thought I had an

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appointment with fiction sometime in the future. Code is held me back for

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years and years. It is only now in my 50s that I felt I wouldn't make a

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total fool of myself if I did it. They say there is a good book in

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most people. In 2007, you were nominated a Royal fellow of the

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Royal Society of literature. Here you have done it and you have this

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prestigious award. I suppose anybody watching, if you have an idea, do

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it. Absolutely but this is where the writing teacher in me comes out. It

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is extremely hard work getting from the golden glowing idea through to

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the actual words on the page and it is a process of turmoil and

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compromise and disappointment from time to time. It is worth

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persisting. When did you find out you have the award? I have to reveal

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the inner workings because they told me before Christmas and I have been

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sitting on this news and biting my tongue for the last ten days.

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Difficult to keep that information. Wouldn't it be great to have

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revealed it before Christmas? I couldn't possibly comment. The think

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you now is you have the debut novel and it has done well. If you get the

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overall award, you now have the difficult second album of coming up

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with another album. There is two in their jostling like two fat people

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trying to get through a revolving door. It is about London over the

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last 50 or 60 years starting with a bang. Congratulations again.

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What do lions, giraffes, ringtailed lemurs and Madagascan

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Well they were all part of the big annual

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stock take today at the Africa Alive Zoo near Lowestoft.

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In fact every zoo has to count all its animals

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You can't miss a giraffe but at Africa Alive Zoo, they have to count

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them all the same. You are going to steal it all? We have four. Not easy

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to tell apart if you don't work with them every day. When you do, you can

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easily see how different they lock. No surprises. Zoe locks the official

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number and the giraffes are ticked off the list. We do it to make sure

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our records are the same as what we have and we put it on a large

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database and nine times out of ten, we have the same and it matches up.

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The only times he might not as if we have a birth. They have 2000 animals

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at the zoo and they are not big. These are Madagascan hissing

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cockroaches. There is an angry one. What causes them to hiss? Little

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holes in their body. They suck in air and blow it out. They live in

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the same place as the ring tailed lemur and they like to eat them for

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their dinner. These are the ring tailed lemurs. All males and keen to

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get their hands on some snacks. The keepers thought there were nine and

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there are nine. Most of the time, that is how it is. You do get to see

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new births and it is an excuse to walk over. It is nice to see the new

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arrivals because you don't always see them if you work in a different

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part of the park. They will start to crunch the numbers and arrive at the

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official total and they'll do it all again in the year's time.

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The lemur's always steal the show. I have held a scorpion and a cockroach

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but not at the same time. Good evening. It will be eight very

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cold night night. This was a dramatic photograph that caught my

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eye in Bedfordshire. We have had photographs of rainbow sent in by

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some of you. This is where the showers have been falling. There

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hasn't been a huge amount of them. This weather front brought us some

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patchy rain and it set up this cold northerly wind. It has felt bitter

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in that wind and that is what has brought in the showers. There is the

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risk of further showers as we go through the evening but they should

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fade away. The biggest risk is the frost. Whether the showers have

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fallen, there could be some icy stretches. Elsewhere, dry across

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those clear skies and temperatures falling to minus three Celsius. It

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could get down low. Really cold start to Thursday. High establishing

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itself and lots of fine weather expected tomorrow. It is a cold and

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frosty start and we shouldn't have a problem fog overnight. Lots of dry

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and bright Weatherford tomorrow. The risk of some showers the parts of

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Norfolk and Suffolk. Across the board, lots of wintry sunshine but

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turning cold into the afternoon. Temperatures for some of us, no

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higher than four Celsius. As we get into the evening and overnight, we

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are expecting some dense fog patches to form. That could linger through

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much of the morning on Friday. This weather front is going to change

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things to a milder regime for the weekend. It will bring some rain

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although not expected until my four. The bulk of the day is dry. Some fog

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patches lingering. A cold day expected. As we get into the

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weekend, it looks as if it will be rather cloudy. Look at those

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temperatures. That is all from us. Goodbye.

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as he explores Naples, Venice and Florence.

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It's like we're walking through a giant's armpit.

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We can follow the escape route of Michelangelo.

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Mildred is our first student from a non-witching family.

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'I've got a good feeling about this year.'

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We're looking for someone who can sing, someone who can move.

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Someone who can keep an audience on the edge of their seat.

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Something like this could change my life.

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