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and on BBC One we now join the BBC's news teams where you are.

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Welcome to North West Tonight with Annabel Tiffin and Roger Johnson.

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Our top story: A woman from Liverpool is found

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She just the most fun girl you can imagine,

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she's so happy-go-lucky, it's so sad, so horrible.

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Her family say she'll be sadly missed.

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Also tonight: The teenager jailed for killing PC Dave Phillips

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in a stolen truck loses an appeal against his 20-year sentence.

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I'm in Cannes, where Gary Neville is responding to his criticisms to his

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plans to regenerate part of Manchester.

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We recall an elephant's odyssey to join a Victorian zoo.

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It was big news everywhere where the elephant stopped off. There's a

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place in Kendal that is called the elephant yard. That's where the

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elephant slapped. -- slept. Tributes are being paid this evening

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to a former Liverpool student It's feared twenty-eight-year-old

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Danielle McLaughlin was sexually assaulted before her body was found

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close to a popular beach in Goa. Danielle studied at Liverpool John

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Moores University, and worked in a pub at the Albert Dock

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before her trip to India. Our Merseyside Reporter,

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Andy Gill, has the details. Friends say Danielle McLaughlin,

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who was originally from John Moores University have

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confirmed that she was a student here, though it hasn't said

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what she studied or when. After university she worked

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at the Pumphouse Pub A former colleague and friend

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says staff and customers loved her. She was the most fun girl you can

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imagine, happy-go-lucky. When you heard from your personal point of

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view, what did you think? It brought a tear to my R. To my eye. I saw the

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stories, thought all my God. Danielle grew up in

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County Donegal in Ireland. Community leaders

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there say the family It's always a natural for a mother

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to lose a child. Even if it is a 28-year-old child. They are

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understandably grieving. She was popular, outgoing and lively. She

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took part in school musical. She was a great Irish dancer.

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Recently Danielle's grandfather died.

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In a statement tonight Daiielle's moher said: "The family

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would like to express our thanks to all who have got in touch

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Police in India say Danielle may have been sexually assaulted

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The teenager jailed for twenty years for killing the Merseyside Police

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officer Dave Phillips got the punishment he deserved.

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That was the conclusion of three judges today as they rejected

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Clayton Williams' appeal against his sentence.

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Last year, the car thief was convicted of manslaughter

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after running over the officer while driving a stolen

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Here's our Chief Reporter, Dave Guest.

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A stolen pick-up truck is being pursued along

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At the wheel, 18-year-old Clayton Williams.

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PC Dave Phillips was trying to stop him.

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He's seen here, crouching at the side of the road,

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deploying a device to puncture the tyres of the stolen vehicle.

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But Williams veered towards the officer,

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The Merseyside force lost a valued officer,

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a young family lost a much loved father and husband.

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Today a judge described it thus:

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The harm rippled through three generations.

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Sir Brian Leveson was speaking in the Court of Appeal.

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Unlike most courts, cameras are sometimes allowed

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Williams had been trying to get his jail sentence cut.

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Last year a jury him of manslaughter.

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The trial judge described his crime as "a very grave offence."

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Today his barrister argued that was too much.

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We suggest that Clayton Williams has been sentenced to very many years,

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far in excess, we suggest, of what was appropriate

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The question is, your Lordships will be asking, is this so graver

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crime to director sentence of 20 years for a 19-year-old.

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In our judgment, although undoubtedly severe, he cannot have

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any complaints about the sentence which was thoroughly deserved.

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So Williams will continue to serve the sentence originally imposed.

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And PC Phillips' family will continue trying

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to rebuild their lives as best they can.

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An 88-year-old driver is being interviewed by the police

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after a car struck four pedestrians in South Manchester, leaving one man

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The collision happened on Woodhouse Lane in Wythenshawe

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A woman, and two children aged nine and two were also hurt.

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A group of residents, living near Preston New Road in Lancashire,

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are challenging the government's decision to allow fracking there.

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They told a judge at the High Court in Manchester proper planning

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The government's lawyers will give evidence tomorrow.

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A final ruling is expected next month.

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The number of people unemployed in the north west

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The figures for November to January show 173,000

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people are out of work - that's 4.9% of the workforce.

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Too many children are waiting for mental health care. And there is a

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huge backlog. When Chelsea was seven, two things

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happened which changed her life. She was adopted, and she

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started hearing voices. It first started off saying

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to burn the house down. bit worse because I didn't

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want to live there. Then it got a Bit worse,

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saying to go and jump off a bridge, But to get the right help

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took her family five years. When my counselling

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came, I didn't want it. Because it'd been such a long wait

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I couldn't be bothered any more. A recent report found that

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in this region nearly half of the children referred to CAMHS -

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the specialist child and adolescent mental health service,

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had to wait for treatment. And another 40% were turned away

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because their problem wasn't seen as serious enough -

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far higher than the What we find is that the longer

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a child or young person waits before they get the help they need,

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the more problematic and complex And it gets more difficult

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to resolve the problem is The government is putting an extra

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?1.4 billion into CAMHS. But at the same time

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demand has gone up. Campaigners say that is because of

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a number of reasons. An increasing poverty

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and insecurity, greater awareness of the issue,

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but also because the sort of groups that are traditionally intervened

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early to stop things and escalating, youth groups, charities,

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public health campaigns, have been cut, and so nothing

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is done until the problem And that's an issue

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the Children's Commissioner - in Manchester last week

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- wants improving. They want people who are there

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who can help the here and now. They say, we want someone

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to talk to in school. If we have long waiting lists,

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we want people to keep in touch One practical thing is being

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trialed in Tameside. These teachers are being trained

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to spot mental health mental health is improved,

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you see a massive improvement in their well-being

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and life chances. If a concern's raised,

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the school can put measures in place to try to stop the situation

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from escalating. One-off blips nothing

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to be worried about. But we want to build a picture

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of the child so if it does become a concern,

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we can share it with the parent and the parents can can,

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co-chair at their concerns with us. She's moved away and is

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doing well at college. In the future she wants

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to run her own business. I've got that going in my mind am

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going to do my best to get there. I have my ups and downs,

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but that's the way life goes. It's in our issue that touches many

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young people and families. Andy Burnham has launched his

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manifesto, setting out plans for what he'll do if he becomes

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Mayor of Greater Manchester. The Labour MP for Leigh says

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he would put young people at the heart of policy,

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offering free bus passes for 16-18 He plans to fund his ideas by taking

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bus services off private companies, and reducing agency staff

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in the public sector. We can't build a strong

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and prosperous society in the future, we can't make

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a success of Brexit in Greater Manchester

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unless we invest in the next generation and give every single

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young person here hope that there is an opportunity

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for them at the end of school. We'll bring you the manifestos

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of other candidates when they're launched, and you can find a full

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list of those standing at

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bbc.co.uk/candidates Gary Neville was speaking

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at an investment fair and said he was willing to make

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changes to the design. The event in Cannes also heard

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about massive plans to redevelop parts of Merseyside,

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as Phil McCann now reports. The carpets at this time of year

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in Cannes are blue, not red. This Europe's biggest

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investment show. It's been a very busy day

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for the North West here in Cannes. Full of announcements

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from local councils. The first one today has been

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in Birkenhead, where a plan has been unveiled for hundreds

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of new apartments, a hotel and conference centre

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at Woodside Waterfront. In town, there will be a new market

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and a heritage district Wirral Council's here to try

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and raise ?1 billion for it. There is a buzz about

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Wirrell and Birkenhead. People think that Wirrall

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is going places, this city The council hopes Birkenhead's

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market could eventually resemble This annual investment

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show in Cannes is where councils come every year

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to talk-up regeneration schemes. But over in Manchester this

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famous face is behind one Gary Neville and Ryan Giggs

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want to build two skyscrapers But they're willing

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to act on the concerns. From our point of view there is no

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doubt that some of the suggestions made to us in the consultation

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process and the planning process, we need to listen to,

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we need to refine certain aspects of it, change certain aspects of it,

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we are still fundamentally believe in scale, and the building

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being tall, and that is You mentioned Historic England

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there, and they do seem to be objecting to the fundamentals,

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not just the design. You'll be aware,, that they were

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saying it will damage the city's historic heart,

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dwarfing and aggressively There is expected to come faulty,

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to fundamentally disagree with. I suppose the language

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they have used. Elsewhere funding's been secured

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for a ?35m cancer centre in the Paddington village

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development in the city centre, one of a new wave of facilities

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providing proton beam treatment. At the Cheshire stand in Cannes,

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plans to regenerate Chester and redevelop land around Crewe

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when HS2 comes have been outlined. And back in Manchester,

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some very long-term thinking. The City Council's chief executive

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told an audience that within the next few years,

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the city region will have to look at installing an underground railway

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because the trams will be too full. A lot being discussed there, imagine

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if it all came to fruition. Still to come in north-western night. Could

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the future be up for Goodison Park as Everton eye on new Dockside Field

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of dreams? And the bones of a great story. How Maharaja's journey amazed

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Victorian Manchester. Thousands of lives could be saved

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if a Manchester scheme to detect lung cancer was introduced

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across the country. That's according to NHS researchers

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who carried out a pilot scheme CT scanners were sent

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to shopping centres, and people between the age of 55

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and 74 was invited to be tested. Recently, I went for a lung check

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and I've been diagnosed with cancer. Michael found out about his

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condition thanks to a pilot scheme Instead of waiting for people to go

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to the doctor's with a problem, the project targeted poorer areas

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where lifestyle and smoking make lung cancer the most common

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cause of premature death. They wrote to everyone

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aged between 55 and 74, Around half then went

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on to have CT scans. I went for a lung health check,

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and was given an appointment So I think the timescale

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is absolutely terrific. Most people who are diagnosed

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with lung cancer don't find out until stage four of the disease,

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by which time it's We did about 1400 scans,

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and of those we diagnosed We did about 1400 scans, and of

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those we diagnosed 42 cancers. And importantly, 80%

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of those are early stage. We were diagnosing one

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cancer for every scanning The team behind the scheme believes

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it could save many more lives. We did manage to target the poorest,

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the most deprived sections Which is said to be

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hardest to reach. I could've gone two or three years

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and it could have everywhere. It's now hoped funding will be

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approved to extend the scheme to other areas of Greater Manchester

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and eventually, across the country. Sport now with Richard

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and quite a Good scheme. Romelu Lukaku has turned down

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the most lucrative contract offer That's all. How will the make ends

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meet? The top scorer's goals have been

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a big factor behind the team's I'm told the contract

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is still very much on the table. The developers Peel have confirmed

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today that negotiations to build After several false dawns

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in the past what do Everton fans make of that,

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and of course of Lukaku? In modern football you can never

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put your mortgage on any player But after Romelu Lukaku's agent had

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said it was 99.9% likely he d sign he d sign a new deal,

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it was a shock to may Everton fans I'm hoping Hill signed a new deal.

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It could be one of those things. It's got to his head. Will he signed

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the contract? He can be persuaded. Romelu Lukaku has indicated

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it's his ambition to play Champions League football that lies

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at the heart of the matter. And for clubs like Everton with

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designs on joining Europe's elite. A new ground can often be

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the building blocks for a new era. The club is seriously

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considering constructing a new stadium on the edge

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of the city's waterfront and This is this proposed site for the

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new stadium. The obstacles before that happens but it's clear that

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Everton have been holding talks up buyers level with the council and

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the owners of Peel Holdings. And they want to make it happen.

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Neither Everton nor the City Council wanted

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But when it was suggested to the city's mayor that the project

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This was Joe Anderson's response on twitter: "what happens

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is beyond your imagination, but it's happening and

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It's a new start that Everton football club. It's a shame, it's

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been here the years. They can put money behind it. Being a good

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businessman, he can make things happen this time. If the plan does

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come to fruition, it will look spectacular. The American architect

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in charge has built stadiums around the world. This is a Roma's Stadium

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in Italy. Will his next beyond the bank of the Mersey?

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Sticking with Everton, well kind of, one of their most famous fans has

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announced he'll be sidelined for a significant amount of time.

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Boxer Tony Bellew needs surgery on the right hand he broke

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during his victory over David Haye and coulod be out of action

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Manchester City have a huge night ahead of them as they attempt

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to book their place in the quarter finals of the Champions League.

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Pep Guardiola's side take a 5-3 first leg lead to AS Monaco,

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but despite that two goal advantage, the Blues boss doesn't

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want to see his side on the defensive tonight.

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I want to see a team from the first minute to win the game.

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After that, in that level, everybody can beat you and

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I want to see my team with the feeling.

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The feeling I want is that I want to win the game.

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There's full commentary from France on BBC radio Manchester from 7:45pm.

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Blackburn Rovers moved out of the Championship relegation zone

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after a late equaliser away at Fulham last night.

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Lucas Joao scored in the fourth minute of injury time to earn a 2-2

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draw which extends their unbeaten run under new boss Tony Mowbray

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to six games and moves them a point clear of the bottom three.

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Fleetwood remain second in League One after Cian Bolger's

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goal was enough to see off Walsall one nil.

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Bolton, victors over the Cod Army on Saturday,

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remain just a point behind after a four nil win at Gillingham.

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At the bottom, Bury moved six points clear of the drop zone after a three

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nil home win over Bristol Rovers, George Miller with their third,

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while Oldham are still just a point behind The Shakers after a brace

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from Lee Erwin secured a 2-1 victory over Oxford.

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In lead to -- lead to, this handball gave Blackpool verbiage victory.

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Crewe have won two of their last three now after a comprehensive

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3-0 win at Crawley and how about this for goal of the night

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from Accrington Stanley's Sean McConville, the highlight

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of their five nil thrashing of lowly Leyton Orient.

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He could try that a hundred times are not do that again. Can we see it

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again? Talk spirit. He shoots it, it hits the bar, hits the keeper on the

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back. And it goes into the goal. Does he claim that one then? He'll

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claim it but it will probably go down as an own goal. But he can

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legitimately claim that Kanti? He said.

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Now it was a jumbo journey which amazed Victorian Manchester.

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An elephant called Maharaja walked two hundred miles from Edinburgh

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to the once-famous Belle Vue zoo in 1872.

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His imposing skeleton is still one of the main attractions

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And Maharaja's long march south has now inspired a new book.

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MUSIC: Dance of the Hours by Amilcare Ponchielli

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In the late 19th century, the owner of Belle Vue

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Maharaja, the eight-year-old Asian elephant in an Edinburgh

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He arranged for the animal to be transported to Manchester on a train

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accompanied by his keeper, Lorenzo.

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The walk took ten days and it was big news everywhere

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It was reported in local newspapers, and there's a place in Kendal that

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are still called the elephant yard, that's where the Elephant slept.

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Jane Kerr has written book called The Elephant Thief,

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after a visit to the Manchester Museum.

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And becoming taken by the presence of Maharaja's skeleton.

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I think because the story had stuck with me so long,

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and I think because you have a gem of a story there, an outline

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that is fascinating, you know that it will work

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So I use it as a backdrop, the true story, to use all these

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So Jane's version of Maharaja's journey sees a young boy called Sane

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offered an unbelievable opportunity to ride Maharaja 1300 miles

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Of course, like any good tale, he gets swept up

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Sitting in a vault of the Manchester Museum lies

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a painting of Maharaja with his keeper.

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They reached a toll gate during their trip and there

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was urgently a dispute about how much Lorenzo should pay

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It's thought Maharaja lived for another ten years before dying

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But his memory lives on at the Manchester Museum,

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and in Jane's new book, The Elephant Thief.

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That is an astonishing story. Maharaja was a trailblazer. We were

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taking bets as to when you would say trunk roads. Not that you're

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predictable. Some are just too obvious. Let's find out what the

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weather is like. Nowhere near as good as today. If

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you have mowed the lawn, Roger. I'm telling you on behalf of your other

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half. If you didn't mow your lawn today, you've missed your chance.

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Some good-looking temperatures today. Lovely view skies over

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Windermere, lovely photos my weather watcher. Temperatures as high as 16

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degrees in Nantwich in Cheshire. And also Greater Manchester. Here's the

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temperatures for tomorrow. 11 or 12 degrees if we're lucky. We'll see

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some rain too. Changes in the weather conditions are courtesy of

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the weather front. It's a cold front, and will bring lots of clouds

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leaving behind colder air. As we head into the weekend, we will see

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rain as you can see on the chart. That will be Saturday and some parts

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of Sunday. Tonight isn't looking so bad. Clear skies like this guy this

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evening and mild overnight. We will hear some clouds filling in with fog

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patches on high ground in Cumbria. It's breezy as well, and a mild

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night. Temperatures will only drop as low as six or 7 degrees. We will

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see nine or 10 degrees in Cumbria. So a cooler day tomorrow, and a

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cloudy day. From the word go. A cloudy start in the morning, turning

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a bit breezy, the clouds will thicken from time to time to bring

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new light, drizzly rain. We will see bright spells through the afternoon,

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so breezy, cloudy, drizzly as well. Disappointing temperatures compared

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to today. Highs of 11 degrees tomorrow. Just 9 degrees in Cumbria.

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Tomorrow night, all the rain clearing away so clear skies

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tomorrow night, hopefully frost free, but as we head into Friday, it

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looks to be another cloudy picture with more rain on the right. These

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are the temperatures for the weekend. Not too good. You can't

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make up for a glossy forecast by wearing a sunny dress. I can't

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believe you're telling them my trick. Bad Roger from not mowing the

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lawn today. Thanks for watching, have a lovely evening.

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'The UK has voted to leave the European Union

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'Ukip leader Nigel Farage celebrated the result,

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'declaring that dawn was breaking on an independent nation.

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'Prime Minister David Cameron is expected to resign

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'The pound fell sharply as the referendum result became apparent,

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'and traders are bracing themselves for panic when the markets open.

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'and England are confident of advancing to the next stage

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