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Hello and welcome to Tuesday's Look North.

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Flowers for a seven-year-old girl killed in York.

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A 15-year-old girl has been arrested.

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A Cumbrian hospital calls in the police after bags for saline

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The body in a car undiscovered for a week.

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And teachers walk out on strike in protest

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at the running of an academy by a controversial schools' trust.

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In football, Middlesbrough's road to Wembley just got a little

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more straightforward, as long as they can

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The boyhood Newcastle fan helping Saturday's hosts Brentford use

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A 15-year-old girl has been arrested after the death

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The younger girl was found by police with life-threatening injuries

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in the Woodthorpe area of the city yesterday afternoon.

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She was taken to hospital but died a short time later.

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Inquiries into the circumstances surrounding her death continue.

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This part of the drive has still been cordoned off tonight. It is

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normally a quiet and residential part of York. But today it has been

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the focus of a major police investigation. In the last 30

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minutes North Yorkshire police have named the Young Vic Tim as Katie

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Rough, a seven-year-old girl whose death shocked the entire community.

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-- young victim. The family is said to be devastated.

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Residents described the road as normal and quiet but today it was

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far from bad. Police continued to investigate the death of a

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seven-year-old girl. -- far from that. I saw somebody running up the

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street, beastly the mother of the daughter, calling help, calling for

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an ambulance. -- obviously. I went up the alleyway and I was halfway up

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and I saw a body lying up the field. The police were already there.

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Police were called yesterday afternoon and found the child on a

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footpath leading to a playing field. She died in hospital soon

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afterwards. Since then a 15-year-old girl has been arrested and is now

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being questioned by detectives. Specially trained officers are

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supporting the Vic Tim's family at this difficult time. The

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circumstances clearly require the investigation to be conducted in a

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sensitive manner. -- victim. At one stage the investigation moved to an

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address half a mile away. It has not confirmed if the girl lived in the

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area. The one local councillor said support will be given to support --

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support would be given to everybody that needed it. We were asked to

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have the church open for a couple of days so local people had a place to

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go to have a cup of tea and chat and if they had any problems and had

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something to talk about they can get it off their chat. Friends and local

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residents have left flowers at the scene. She was a very close friends

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to my daughter and a truly unique and beautiful little girl. She

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respected her family, beautiful family. So young and it is such a

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shame because she has not really started her life, has she? It is

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heartbreaking. The death of the little girl has left the community

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badly shaken. A quiet residential area unexpectedly finding itself in

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the media spotlight. The 15-year-old girl arrested in connection with

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Katie's death is still being questioned by detectives tonight.

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This evening cards and flowers continue to arrive, one card reading

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"Night night my darling princess Katie, love Nanna and grandad."

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Thank you, Phil. Police in Cumbria are investigating

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suspicions that a small number of saline bags were tampered

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with at the Cumberland The NHS Trust says security measures

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have been increased. Our health reporter Sharon Barbour

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is at the hospital in Carlisle now. What we know is that on Wednesday

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the 4th of January, just under one week ago, a member of staff in

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Carlisle suspected say line bags had been tampered with. She immediately

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alerted senior coalition -- clinicians, who alerted management,

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who alerted the police and an investigation was launched. What the

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hospital managements did was review all medicines, increased security

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procedures but they do not believe at this stage any patient has been

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adversely affected. But they are monitoring all the patients closely.

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We can tell you it happened on one unit alone. So what is this and what

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is saline used for? It is in itself a fairly harmless salty, sugary and

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watery solution used to hydrate or rehydrate patients who cannot take

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water by mouth. It is a familiar sight, often patients by hospital

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beds will have a bag of water beside them. It is injected intravenously.

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Medicines can be mixed with it so they can go straight into the

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patient's bloodstream. If this happened almost one week ago why is

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this only coming to light now? That is a good question. The trust said

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because they alerted the police it became a police investigation and

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they were limited in what they could say. But now they want to reveal the

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information in the interests of transparency. Other police saying

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anything, Sharon? Very little. -- are the police. They said they are

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working closely with the hospital trust. I can tell you the chief

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nurse has been talking to staff here and patients today have been

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reassured that if any patient has any concerns there is an information

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number on the trust's website. Thank you, Sharon.

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A man's appeared in court following an incident

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at a bookmakers in Jarrow in which four people

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It happened at Coral bookmakers in Grange Road on Sunday.

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Alistair Gallow, who's 39 and from Jarrow, appeared before

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South Tyneside magistrates charged with nine offences.

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They include false imprisonment and possession of a firearm

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with intent to cause fear or violence.

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He was remanded in custody to appear at Crown Court on February the 7th.

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It was an awful accident in which a man's body remained

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undiscovered in a car in the middle of a busy roundabout for seven days.

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It happened last August on the A68 Burtree roundabout

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Today an inquest into Darren Stephenson-Bennett's

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Husband and father Darren Stephenson-Bennett was last seen at

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a party on Saturday the 27th of August last year.

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He was reported missing the following Tuesday.

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His body was discovered in his car on

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this round about seven days after his disappearance.

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Darren's vehicle crashed into a tree and remained

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CCTV footage from passing buses was examined.

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It showed just before 10pm there were

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ten of these black and white chevrons and after 11pm there were

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eight, so the crash happened in that hour.

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Then it raised the grim question, had he

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been conscious for any length of time after the accident?

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Witnesses had seen Darren drink Jack Daniels

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The coroner said there is a high probability he was over the

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drink-drive limit at the time of the crash.

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He suffered a serious brain injury as a result of the collision.

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The coroner said he died in the hour soon after or possibly straightaway

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A verdict of accidental death was given.

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Back in August the police faced criticism at the time for not

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It has been quite a difficult investigation

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The car was almost perfectly concealed inside

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the motorway interchange inside the junction.

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It was very difficult for us to discover it.

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And if Darren Stephenson-Bennett had been reported

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missing a little bit earlier we potentially might have found

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the vehicle and his body a little bit sooner.

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But I don't necessarily think that would have affected the outcome.

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At the end of the inquest Darren's family thanked the police

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Darren Stephenson-Bennett leaves behind three children.

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The majority of lessons at a high profile Cumbrian academy

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were cancelled today as teachers took industrial action.

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Members of the NASUWT went on strike at Whitehaven Academy,

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a school placed in special measures by Ofsted where teachers and parents

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continue to raise concerns about the charitable trust

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Unhappy union members in front of a nearly empty school building.

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The building they say is not up to scratch.

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You go into a classroom, is it fully resourced?

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Is it going to be the sort of place where you can

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carry out a lesson where kids will be attentive from the beginning?

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If it's cold, not well lit and not well resourced the learning is not

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This dispute is not just about the teaching environment.

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Staff and parents say they are frustrated by years

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of mismanagement and bad communication from

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the BrightTribe trust which runs the school.

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In November last year 70 staff members signed a

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letter calling on the government to remove the trust.

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Three teaching unions have balloted on strike

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action and today's picket is not expected to be the last.

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Only year 11s are being taught in school today,

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meaning all other pupils have had an extra day off, meaning extra

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No striking teachers wanted to speak to

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us directly today but the union representatives

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I think the whole community, the parents, the

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politicians even have spoken up about the conditions in this school.

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For Whitehaven and the whole community,

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this school has got to be improved.

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Members from all three teaching unions are expected to discuss

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concerns with the BrightTribe trust at a meeting on Friday.

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Earlier I spoke to Jeremy Rowe from the BrightTribe Trust.

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After six head teachers in three years and a downgrading from OFSTED,

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did he agree that pupils are being let down?

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That school has underperformed for years and years.

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Under BrightTribe's watch things haven't improved yet but

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certainly, and this was acknowledged by Ofsted,

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there are green shoots finally.

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Sometimes these things do take 18 months to turn around.

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But you have been in charge for three years.

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For a child that is three years of their education,

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almost half their secondary education years.

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The damage for them may already have been done and you have failed them.

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I don't like the word damage but if we are talking damage,

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Low expectations, outcomes well below the national

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average, Ofsted said you failed too many of your

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pupils, that was in the

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Ofsted report from October last year.

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That's right, but they also acknowledged significant

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improvements which have been put in since the new

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What Bright Tribe have done wrongly is not have

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the last 18 months to really come in and establish the high

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The children in that school should be performing a

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lot better than they are and they will be, as well.

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We have delivered in every other school and we will do

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How do you hope to instil confidence in the

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schools you wish take over in Haltwhistle,

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Hadenbridge and Sunderland when at the moment you do not

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We do not have a track record in Whitehaven

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Academy yet but there have

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been improvements in exam results this year and in terms of behaviour,

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staff attendance and student attendance.

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The school I have been at in Suffolk is now the most

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improved school in the whole of East Anglia,

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Those are just statistics but actually that is childrens' lives.

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We do have that track record and we can apply that and succeed

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It's six times taller than the Angel of the North and it could help

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create more than 500 jobs on the banks of the Tyne.

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A giant 'ringer' crane is one of three given the go-ahead

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They'll be used by a firm that plans to make cladding

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But as the new cranes go up, another crane, which cost

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North Tyneside Council nearly a million pounds, has lain

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Here's our News Correspondent Mark Denten.

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The Tyne shipyard. They history is the stuff of archive films. But new

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industries are here now. The Belgian owned company makes wind turbine

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jackets at the Hadrian Yard in Wallsend. They are big foundations

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ending up deep in the sea bed. They are vast, about 1200-1500 tonnes.

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You hope to get more projects in future which can increase the

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workforce here easily to 400, 500 people. Today North Tyneside

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councillors gave the go-ahead for the company to put up three new

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cranes at the Hadrian Yard. They are big, very big. The Angel of the

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North is 20 metres high. The monument is double the height and

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then there is the London Eye at a whopping 135 metres tall. The new

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rigging crane which will be put down here is almost the same height. Just

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down the river in the old Hunter yard, another crane. One costing

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North Tyneside Council almost ?1 million four years ago. It has spent

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all that time doing absolutely nothing. Brought over from Holland

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in 2013, a wrangle about licensing meant the council ended up buying it

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and then not a lot happened. In January 2015 the North Tyneside

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Council told Look North it would be another year before the crane was up

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and working. Two years on... It isn't working. Nobody from North

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Tyneside Council wanted to be interviewed, but in a statement they

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said they are still looking at design options for the steel key and

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the location of that crane, then three new cranes and huge trains are

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planned along the river front and one is still looking for a home.

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Still to come, Jeff has the sport, including the FA Cup draw plus...

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You might have a chimney sweep, but do you have a chimney sheep?

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It's the woolly way to cut your heating bills.

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Your heating could be working overtime in the next few days as

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things turn windier and much colder. Join me later for the full forecast.

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The Ken Loach film, I Daniel Blake, shot largely on Tyneside, has picked

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Ken Loach himself has been nominated for Director,

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while it's also up for Best Film, Outstanding British Film,

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and Supporting Actress for Hayley Squires.

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It has got to get something. Hasn't it?

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Now, it was a simple idea which has turned into a burgeoning business.

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The Chimney Sheep uses felted Herdwick wool to block unused

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chimneys to stop heat escaping from homes.

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And in the past four years the venture, based in Maryport

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in Cumbria has seen sales grow six fold.

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An amazing achievement for someone whose prototype was made

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What started out four years ago as a simple

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product manufactured with the

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help of one part-time member of staff is now a business,

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employing two full-time and two part-time

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staff in a factory eight times the size of the first.

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When we very first started we had just the three products.

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We quickly developed five different sizes and we've now grown

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It was the idea of Sally Phillips from Cockermouth,

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touted wolfram sheep, shaped with a handle added

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to block unused chimneys, stopping valuable heat

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The idea has really captured the imagination

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In Sally's first year of trading in 2012 she sold around 2,500.

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Four years later that figure has increased by six times and in

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It has been a leap of faith for Sally who invested

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her own money to turn the idea into her livelihood.

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It is frightening and it is hard but I always had

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confidence that this was a good idea.

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Just the idea that you can lose 5% of your household up the

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chimney which brings in the cold, plugging the chimney just seems such

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I always had confidence that had potential.

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It was just a case of developing the product

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As popularity has grown the design has changed as well.

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The handle is just a kitchen utensil with a bar welded onto it.

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This is a plastic threaded handle that

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threads in nice and neatly like that and that is the finished product.

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The latest incarnation has been developed with the help of a

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plastics firm, Omega Plastics, in Hartlepool.

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We're a relatively small company and this

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is the type of customer that we want.

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We can help the development and they grow as we grow.

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You can see her enthusiasm for the product as well and her vision.

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it is exciting to work with entrepreneurs and inventors.

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Sally plans to carry out more testing on the product to prove to

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the insulation industry that insulating your chimney is as

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They look good, don't they? If it was online dating somebody would be

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happy with their match, wouldn't they?! You have been reading this.

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Very good. Middlesbrough should be happy

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with last night's draw for the fourth round of the FA Cup

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after being handed Aitor Karanka's side will play

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League Two Accrington Stanley at the Riverside after beating

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Sheffield Wednesday. They could have been paired with

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Manchester city. Not bad at all. If Sunderland can overcome Burnley

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in next Tuesday's replay at Turf Moor they'll also be

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at home, to either Championship club Bristol City or Fleetwood

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Town from League One. And a trip to League One Oxford

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is Newcastle's prize if they can beat Birmingham City at the second

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attempt, a week tomorrow. Well, Newcastle's Cup replay

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means their Championship trip to mid-table Brentford has been

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switched from next Monday night back to its original

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date of this Saturday. The game gives a former United

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season ticket holder and statistics graduate another chance to put one

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over his boyhood club. For his family back home

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on Tyneside, though, it's another Phil Giles is one of those lucky

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individuals, who's managed to combine two of his passions

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into one near-perfect job. But even he, a third generation

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Newcastle season ticket holder for 25 years,

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can't have imagined that a first-class honours degree

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in maths and statistics, followed by a PHD, would lead

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to the boardroom of a Championship football club owned by a man

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he first met in I know a lot of football clubs use

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their date of the scouting and how people are playing. I guess the

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difference I try and bring to that is being a statistician I can use

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the skills I have built up over the years to draw as much information

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out of the date as possible. Especially when it comes to buying

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and selling players. We need to use every possible tool in the box to

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try and compete with clubs like Newcastle who obviously are

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financially way ahead of where we are, almost bottom of the table in

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terms of budget, and we do not have many commercial facilities. We

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struggle to bring in any money. We have to generate that money through

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player cells and other means. -- sales. Any champ chip company must

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think we have a fair wind up making the play-offs. -- championship

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company. As Brentford, a club who on paper

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should be fighting relegation, did the season before last -

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losing their semi-final against Middlesbrough before

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finishing 9th back in May. But did Phil's mum predict

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his current career? I always thought mathematics would

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be his main theme. That was his main interest at university and school.

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Football was a hobby. To get into this job he has now at Brentford is

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wonderful, that he has managed to do this.

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At least Phil knows what to expect at Griffin Park after the first

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meeting between the two clubs at St James's.

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It was a bit odd. Different seat in the ground what I am used -- used

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to. It was an interesting experience. And again I am looking

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forward to the game as well, which will be another interesting and

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hopefully better outcome this time. A man who clearly enjoys his work.

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Now, the case of the lost dentures has sent social media into a frenzy,

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after they were found on the floor of a shop in the North

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The half-set of false teeth has seen thousands of people take

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to Twitter and Facebook, all keen to reunite the dentures

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Staff at the outdoor shop where they were found say

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the forgetful owner can only be eating soup at the moment!

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We sent Phil Chapman in search of the tooth.

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We have all lost something out shopping.

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Not many of us would've left a body part behind, plastic or not.

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Unlike false teeth social media is gripped by the tail of the

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I went round to the front of the counter.

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I thought they were probably sweets, like

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When we looked down it was a proper pair of top teeth.

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We went on Facebook, Helmsley in business, and it's just

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I would imagine they are just going to be

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having soup and soft food at the moment and no steak!

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Taking a closer and even scientific look at these

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forgotten dentures, we can see at the front of the plate

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there is a single solitary tooth hanging down.

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Are we looking for somebody with a gap

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Like a slightly unsavoury version of Cinderella and

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the slipper we carried out a thorough search across Helmsley

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We are on the hunt for the mouth that fits these teeth.

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Excuse me, I don't mean to be rude but do you

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We ended the search there but rest assured the shop will hang on

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to the teeth until the slightly gummy owner comes back

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That is taking public service to the extreme, isn't it. I feel a bit

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queasy. Can we quickly change extreme, isn't it. I feel a bit

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queasy. Can we quickly change the tone with the weather? I do not

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think it will make you feel much better. Think of it as the calm

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before the storm. Clouds like this. This is the pick of the bunch. Alto

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comeliness formed by atmospheric instability, just in case you were

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wondering. Spectacular looking cloud. The calm before the storm as

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I say with things set to turn very windy tomorrow and turn colder in

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the next couple of days, increasing the wintry showers later in the

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week. There is some cloud around tonight but it is the wind we need

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to keep a watch out for. Really picking up tonight. The black arrows

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indicate gust strength. Cloud and rain of moving from the North West.

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Blustery showers later in the night. These values, 40, 50 mph could well

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be exceeded tomorrow morning. It is a tricky rush-hour tomorrow.

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Temperatures for what they are worth down to four or five Celsius

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overnight. It stays very windy, especially in the morning. Blowing

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right across the main roads and tricky travelling conditions

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tomorrow morning, especially for the high sided vehicles. And in Trans

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Pennine routes, especially difficult. It is a day of sunny

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spells and scattered showers, turning increasingly wintry over the

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hills will stop many places will have a dry and bright day but

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temperatures peaking at seven Celsius and at the effect of the

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wind and it will feel raw tomorrow. Heading to tomorrow evening and into

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the night the showers continue, increasingly wintry and increasingly

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a risk of snow settling and blowing and drifting around with the wind

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staying very strong. Noticeably colder tomorrow night. Dan Richards

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down to around freezing. Some icy patches may be to watch out for as

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well. -- temperatures down to around freezing. Widespread showers come

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with a warning as we head into Thursday and Friday. The wind stays

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very strong, turning north-westerly and as we go to the latter part of

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the week, it starts to come straight down from the Arctic with a straight

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northerly wind for Friday. The balance between the showers in the

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next couple of days I think, Thursday will be quite widespread,

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especially over higher ground, that is where you are more likely to see

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snow settling. Coming to lower levels at times. A change in the

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wind direction on Friday, eastern areas more exposed and bitterly cold

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adding the wind and it will really feel raw. Stay tuned for the latest

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forecast. You know what that is, perfect weather for a box set! Or

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the BBCi player. That is it from us tonight. Goodbye.

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It's back... Let's get ready to grumble. ..with more belligerence...

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Can you imagine anything more diabolical? ..moaning...

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..and nonsensical items... Don't send me a curve-ball, Nigel.

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Every choice you've ever made, every path you've ever taken,

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the man you are today is your memory of Eurus.

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