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Hello, welcome to Look East, with Susie and me.

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The region's response to the threat of serious flooding

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two months ago is condemned as "inadequate".

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A review highlights 64 short-comings.

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Faulty equipment, losing a set of keys for the emergency stores,

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lack of training - those don't instil confidence?

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Well, as I say, there's definitely lessons

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to learn and it's a relief to us all that it was a near miss.

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Keeping babies safer at night by sleeping in a box.

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Experts hail the success of a pilot project in Essex.

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and speak to the man who invented the Chopper.

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And the X Factor auditions come to Clacton.

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We will be meeting some of the contestants.

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The night of Friday 13th of January this year,

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You might remember it was the night the North Sea threatened to flood

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Luckily it didn't and it seems that was just as well.

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It turns out that behind the scenes there were dozens

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A new report highlights 64 in Suffolk alone.

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losing a set of keys to emergency stores

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The short comings will go before councillors tonight.

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Let's get the details now from Kevin Burch.

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We are at Felixstowe Ferry, the waters tonight really benign but

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look back to January, there was an angry sea up there. We had had

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warnings what to expect going through the night. As it was, things

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were baited but still hundreds of people had to be moved from their

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homes. These tidal surges still represent a major threat and that is

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why officials have gone through everything in microscopic detail.

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The village of Snape knows only too well about the impact of flooding,

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the surge of 2013 left a pub and homes awash,

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so as trouble loomed again in January, they were ready.

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A rest centre in the village hall took in about 30 people, it emerged

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as one of the busiest around on that night.

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But one area of worry was a lack of communication with council

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The initial concerns we got as a community

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were through the media, people were asking us as volunteers

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in the community, are we going to be asked to evacuate?

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So it took a bit of time just to get the clarity

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That need for better communication is the key one

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in this list of more than 60 recommendations after council

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officials ordered a root and branch review of how it handled the threat.

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On that night, this community building in Leiston was set up

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as a rest centre but, says the report, it

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lacked amenities and the team here had not been trained or told what

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There's also the question of public car parks in flood zones, they

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weren't closed off, it suggested they should be to avoid potential

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damage to vehicles and keep the sightseers away.

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And Waveney's own council base in Lowestoft is

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flagged up, home to the emergency control centre but sitting in a

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And what about other niggles there on the night, a missing key

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for a vital storage cupboard, an emergency satellite phone which

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didn't work and staff being unsure how to login to or use a critical

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I've used the analogy before, it's a bit like

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You'll always have somebody who says, "yeah,

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but the defence could have been a bit better."

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There are also some recommendations in there, like having an extra

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whiteboard in the room and boxing blankets

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how many we are issuing, that sort of stuff is pretty easy

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The really important ones are about communications, about

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access to facilities, they have very much been takEN on-board

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and they will improve our response next time around.

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He says he doesn't accept if the latest

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surge had been more damaging these flaws in the planning could have

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Whatever the level of threat had been, he

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believes, what's already a pretty slick system would have adequately

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Officials say it is important to keep this in perspective. 60 odd

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recommendations but this is a water no process. This report will go

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before councillors in Felixstowe tonight.

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Therese Coffey is the MP for Suffolk Coastal

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Late this afternoon I got her reaction to the report.

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I actually thought the council's worked

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really well together with the

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emergency services and I think it is the hallmark of a strong performing

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council that they go back and look in detail at this near miss and then

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I think there were some obvious things

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that perhaps could have been done but they have also been, they have

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very high standards and I think overall,

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my impression is from the

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communities that I have visited at that time,

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is that they felt the council had been responsive.

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Faulty equipment, losing a set of keys for

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the emergency stores, lack of training - those don't

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Well, as I say, there are definitely lessons to learn

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and, you know, it's a relief to us all that it was a near miss but I

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think the broader communication that happened at the time made sure that

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householders were certainly aware of the risks to them and certainly I

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saw in different communities that they had learned from the previous

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flooding and that they'd developed their own community plans.

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Now, that hasn't happened quite everywhere.

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And I'm sure that councils are working with the Environment Agency

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will continue to try and do that and of course there are things that

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could've been done better but I think we saw generally much better

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response along coast than we have seen in previous times, including

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But you will accept that 64 items on that list is not

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I think there are some big lessons to learn but I

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think other smaller things, sometimes it is human error,

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sometimes it is systematic failure but the important thing is that they

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have done this review and they are going to address it for the future.

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The important thing to remember here is that

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everybody knew this was coming

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and so for some things to fail at the last

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Well, I'd think the fact that people were

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notified, that people were encouraged to evacuate, kind of the

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I mean, there are some recommendations

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on that report, for example, a lack of mobile phone signal at

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Well, that is something that will need to

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be addressed in due course but it is not entirely in the hands

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It does highlight the problem that many people have in

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rural communities in this area, that is you can't get a mobile phone

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signal, sometimes you can't get decent broadband.

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Well, that's something you'll be aware

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I'm personally keen to see greater deployment of

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mobile phone masts around our countryside

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and that is what we're doing in trying to encourage

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more of the mobile network operators to set up those

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Norfolk was also threatened by the tidal surge.

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The county is ranked tenth in England

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Away from the coastal defences, the county council

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is spending millions of pounds on tackling surface-water flooding.

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This from our chief reporter Kim Riley.

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Scenes in the heart of Norwich after heavy

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rains overwhelmed dreams and

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threatened homes and businesses in May 2014.

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It came about that far away from the front door and it was about

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that far away from coming in the back door.

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Fire crews pumped out flats and nightclubs after flash

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Against siff competition, the county council successfully bid

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for more than ?9 million from the Department for Transport

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to improve surface water drainage in high risk

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areas like Thorpe St Andrew near Norwich.

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The problem was, historically, the surface water when

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it rained wasn't drained away properly, it went into old systems

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What we are doing now is opening up the ground,

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putting pipelines in that are taking the surface

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water away when it rains, when we have flooding events, it

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will now go away, it will discharge down to the river

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Today the pipe laying meant Jill Thomas couldn't drive

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from her home but she accepts the work is important.

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There certainly have been flooded areas, big puddle in

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It is something that has to be done, isn't it?

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A new network of surface water drains is replacing many boreholes

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A growing population, thousands of new

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homes on the way and more heavy rainfall expected heighten

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This will be a state-of-the-art scheme, it will put

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everything right to dispose of all the surface water here in the city.

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I can never say no more flooding but I

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It will deal with hopefully everything that is thrown at us in

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So far, three miles of piping has been laid in high risk

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areas of Norwich and a further two miles

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will be laid before the

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The county council will then spend hundreds of thousands of

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pounds more addressing training issues in some of our market towns.

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Elsewhere, the Environment Agency has recently completed a

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multi-million pound scheme replacing over 500 metres of title defences,

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reducing the risk of flooding to the Southtown and Cobholm

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There's been a drop in unemployment in this region.

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The latest total is 138,000, that's down 9,000 on the previous quarter.

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4.4% of the workforce is unemployed, the national figure is 4.7%.

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A fire has badly damaged a thatched cottage near Stowmarket.

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About 70 firefighters spent most of last night

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It is believed to have started in a wood burner.

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Crews were alerted just before 10pm by the owners who heard a smoke

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Last year we told you about the small cardboard boxes

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given to new mothers at Colchester Hospital

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to help reduce the risk of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome.

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The idea is to stop babies rolling on to their tummy.

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The experiment appears to be working.

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Midwife Tracy demonstrating to new parents Jenny and Stuart how to use

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their baby box. Baby Poppy, less than 24-hour gold will sleep in this

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cardboard box to reduce the risk of sudden infant death syndrome. The

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idea is simple, besties in Finland in the 1930s, the baby is based on

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its back in the box, preventing it from rolling onto its tummy which

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could cause the Internet to stop breathing. A lot of families are

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telling us that if they have got a Moses basket, if they have got a

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baby, they will use these bands, they are there in front of them and

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encouragement their baby done and not to co-sleep with their babies.

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In the eight years leading up to 2014, 221 babies in the east have

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lost the rights to sudden infant death syndrome. Since the boxes were

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introduced at the hospital a year ago, 700 have been handed out to new

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parents in the hope of reducing that risk. It is a safe place for a child

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to sleep, to rest but I think the most important part as well is the

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basic but yet vital information that you get in the box as well. The

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first-time parents, I think it is a wonderful idea. Will you use it? We

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are definitely going to give it a go. I have got a Moses basket as

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well and I'm sure she will have a preference. It is good in an

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emergency as well. Colchester Hospital was the first in the region

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to launch these baby boxes. They are now being rolled out our hospitals

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in mid-Essex and Norfolk this spring. The baby Poppy, it is almost

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time to lead the maternity ward. Her parents hoping for a good nights

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sleep and a chance to try out the baby box in the comfort of their own

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home. Gorgeous. will be spending 24 hours reporting

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live from Ipswich Hospital They will be talking

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to patients and staff in A You can follow live updates

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on the web page for BBC Suffolk. Click on to bbc.co.uk/suffolk, we'll

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have a full report on that tomorrow. You're watching Look East

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with Susie and me. Stay with us for our special guest -

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the man who invented the Alex has got the weather

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and a new search begins in Essex It's Day Three of the Look East

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Referendum Road Trip. we are re-visiting the places

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we went to in June to find out what people

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think about Brexit. and last night went

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to Northamptonshire. Tonight, we take the road

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to Cambridgeshire where there are concerns around

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the availability of labour While in Silicon Fen, the focus

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is more on where to recruit Hannah Olsson is at the wheel

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for tonight's report. On the road in the Fens,

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it may seem a long way from Westminster but the effects

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of Brexit are far reaching. And even here the debate over

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the EU is still growing. 7000 people in Cambridgeshire

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work in farming, growing the food that ends up

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in our supermarkets. 8000 tonnes of leeks

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a year are grown by this farm and they rely on migrant

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workers to pick them. But after the Brexit vote,

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coming to the UK is no longer the first choice

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for many Eastern Europeans. Most of them, you know,

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they like to go more to Europe countries,

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like Sweden, Denmark, because Brexit

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and they are thinking of the future, That's why they are taking

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a different kind of choice and the After harvesting,

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the leeks arrive here But in the future, will there

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be enough workers to keep our supermarket

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trolleys full of produce? We're trying to make as much

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as we possibly can and apply technology where we can

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but if we can't find the jobs, the workers to fulfil our jobs,

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we will go and find the workers which means we will

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take our business abroad. It's not just workers

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that farmers are concerned about, there is also

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changes to subsidies. They have got to sort out trade,

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where that has got to be, where the Labour is going to come from so we

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can anticipate, from that subsidies to make us more productive, more

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technically efficient in the future. At the moment, the government has

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promised subsidies will be matched until 2020. But after that, there

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are no guarantees. From farming to pharmaceuticals, in Cambridge,

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developing drugs is big business. When pharmaceutical giant moved to

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this camp later this year, it will become one of the leading medical

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research centres in the wild, more than 17,000 people working here. It

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is what we do with Brexit itself. You see the building behind me

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represents real optimism about what Cambridge can become if it is a real

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player in the global environment which has been since its inception.

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There is a lot of optimism that can be greeted from it as well, it is

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certainly not doom and gloom and you don't feel that in Cambridge at all.

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That option -- opinion is not shared by many. There are still questions

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what the pharmaceutical industry will look like after Brexit. He at

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the outcomes research UK drug discovery Institute, they are

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developing the dementia drugs of the future. Like the farm, they have

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questions over funding and immigration. They also want to make

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sure there are no issues with drug regulations. The moment we do that

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wrap the whole of Europe with the European medicines agency, if we

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lose that agency, we will have to have our own process. I do not think

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we know at the moment what that would look like. The concern that

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people have is that we might find ourselves behind the rest of Europe

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in our ability to access the most exciting new medicines.

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Keeping cross-border trials running and collaborative with partners

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overseas is what the scientific committees that is needed now to

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keep it in the driving seat. -- scientific communities.

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And tomorrow night, Andrew Sinclair will bring the mini to Norfolk

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to get the views of people in fishing and farming.

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And a new bicycle came on the market like nothing before it or since.

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which is the subject tonight of a BBC documentary.

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Released in 1970, it is arguably Raleigh's

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Motoring journalist Mark Hughes got one

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There was just no way once you've seen that as a

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ten-year-old kid, there was no way you couldn't have that.

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It was just lust, that is the only way you could

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Grown men still talk about that name back. Tom Curran is the man who

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designed the Chopper. He is in our Cambridge studio. Why do you think

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it became so iconic? I ought to explain that in my design of it, I

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wanted every project to be a huge success. I think the Chopper was a

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bit unusual in that it was a bit unlike any other bike and it really

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caught the imagination of children. I always meet people who either had

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one or desperately wanted one. It just became a great success. We had

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a lot of those in our newsroom today talking about it as well. What did

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you do to come up with the idea? How did you come up with the idea,

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especially of the saddle? The Raleigh, Raleigh needed to compete

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with something in America. They came to me and asked me to design

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something which would compete with this bike but had a different kind

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of flavour. I was very keen to make it like a dragster with a big wheel

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at the back and a small wheel at the front. I think that made it

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different from any other bike. It had a lovely gear shift which

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children liked a lot and the saddle was fun. It had make-believe springs

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on it, you may notice. It was all about the looks, it was not

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necessarily the best bicycle to ride but it was all about how it looked.

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It... I am not sure I am quite with you.

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I was just talking about the fact that the looks of it was so

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important rather than what it was like as a right. -- ride. I have got

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one in my home, I am not answering your question. I have got one in my

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home and it belonged to my first-born who said a long time ago,

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early 70s and it was restored by the Chopper club. I have got an

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11-year-old grandson and he has got his eyes on it. He drove it down my

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garden and went down some steps as well. Get me back on track, if you

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will. You have invented so many things as well as the Chopper.

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Including the also iconic marble run which I think both your children and

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grandchildren have loved playing with. I am glad you mentioned the

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marble run. I am so proud of that because it has given pleasure to

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properly millions of children. -- Raleigh too. I thought of it in 1970

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and we made a prototype and it has been running ever since. I was one

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of the people who love that as well. Thank you so much for talking to us,

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Mr Karen. Thank you. It's cold and dark,

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the shops are bursting and the chances are the finalists

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will come from Essex, Today, the search for a new star got

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underway in Essex on Clacton Pier. # Oh, I do like to be

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beside the seaside # Oh, I do like to be

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beside the sea #. If you want to find fame and fortune

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on reality TV, this is where the X Factor journey starts -

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auditions in the spring. Olly Murs, Matt Cardle

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and Louisa Johnson are all In a room next door

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to the bowling alley, the Clacton hopefuls are

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trying their luck. I found out yesterday

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so I was like, why not? # I'm leaning on a lamp

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post on the corner Natalie Imbruglia

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could be good, I think. Go on, give us a little

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burst of that now. # I thought I saw

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a man brought to life # He was warm, he came around

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like he was dignified #. Waiting in the queue

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for more than two hours is 28-year-old Toni Parker,

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she works for Asda and has always For as long as she can remember,

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Toni has had a stutter and would break down

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in tears when asked No, it was always, I always used

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to sing a lot as a child and do karaokes and everything and it was

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always all OK, the singing. For the X Factor

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audition, Toni sings an Alanis Morissette

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song called Thank You. We can't film the

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audition itself but... I have to wait either

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for an e-mail before I know It is a long way between here

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and the X Factor final at Wembley just before Christmas but if today

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proves anything, it proves that this Mike Liggins, BBC

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Look East, Clacton. He was desperate going. You could've

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gone on. Let's get the weather. Blue sky today. 18 Celsius in Essex.

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Beautiful scene here in Suffolk coastline and lots more lovely

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photograph sent in today showing the fine weather. It is going to change

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a little bit through tomorrow, more cloud around that ending the day on

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a clear night. It is expected to ten quite misty as we go through the

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night, down to around six Celsius. We start the day tomorrow with some

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mist bad thing. This weather from coming in from the west will turn

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things cloudy. It should be a bright bat for many of us, once the mist,

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some good sunshine, particularly across eastern counties drain the

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morning. Across western counties, the cloud coming in from the west so

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it is going to cloud over and it will not be as warm as it was today.

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Up to 12, 13 Celsius. A notice or breeze as well from the south-west.

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The evening and overnight, some patchy rain but not expected to

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amount to very much. A splash of rain for many others. And we are

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getting towards the end of the week and into the weekend, looking

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unsettled. Some rain later in the day on Friday, much of the day does

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that drive but cloudy. This is how it shapes up for the next few days.

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We get a cold night for tomorrow night, worth noting once that

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weather front has me through. We are into cloudy forecast for much of the

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day on Friday with some rain arriving later. Looking mostly for

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here in the east in the weekend, temperatures lifting to mid teens.

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Not so much of the sunshine. Thank you. We've had an e-mail to

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from Karen to say she was the only girl who

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'The UK has voted to leave the European Union

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