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Hello?

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All on time. Good.

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Now, you know what is expected of you?

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Professional, efficient, service with a smile.

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-That's what they'll get from reception.

-Perfect.

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I forgot to confirm a time with Mr Mackintosh.

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Oh, he'll be here at ten on the dot.

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Do you need to practise your presentation, Dr Granger?

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Er, I don't think so. No.

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A few tweaks might make all the difference.

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Mrs Tembe, we've got this covered.

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-Yes. Of course.

-But none of this preparation will matter

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if the IT system isn't working.

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No pressure, then.

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You have not been here all night?

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No, no, I came in early to check the reboot.

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-And?

-95% complete.

-Any problems?

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Not yet. But we won't know for sure until we try and access the data.

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It looks like Mr Khan tried to get out, but he'd lost too much blood.

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MAN SCREAMS

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Got dragged to the kitchen.

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I hope you haven't had a big breakfast.

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WOMAN SCREAMS

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All yours, Doctor.

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Pupils fixed and dilated.

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Life extinct.

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8:42.

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Mrs Khan's upstairs.

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If you think this was bad...

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-Well?

-Just a sec.

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No. I still can't get in to past data files.

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-Back to square one.

-So what went wrong?

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-I don't know.

-Well, what are you going to do about it, Sid?

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I'm going to call Toby.

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So our fate is in the hands of some geek on the other side of the world?

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Dr Vere is doing his best.

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And if his best isn't good enough?

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Come on, we all remember what happened with Al?

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No-one works better under pressure.

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Maybe we should just tell the inspectors the truth - come clean.

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And commit professional suicide?

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-They're right behind me.

-Right.

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-Everyone knows what to do.

-What about the urgent patient referrals?

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I can take them to St Phil's, now that Karen's here.

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Thank you, Miss Pitman.

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...OK, thanks. Cheers. Bye.

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Dr Vere...

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Toby's got an idea. Um, just keep them busy.

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Badge, badge!

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Good morning gentlemen.

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Nigel Sparks. My colleague, Mr Chivers.

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I don't understand. I live here!

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Why won't you to let me through? What's happening? Why are you here?

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Detective Inspector Addison.

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-And you are?

-Rana Khan.

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What's happening?

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There's been an incident.

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Is someone hurt? Mummy? Dad?

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I want to see my parents. Where are they?

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-That's not going to be possible.

-Why?

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-Can we talk over here?

-Just tell me!

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I'm, um...

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I'm so sorry but your, er...

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..your parents are dead.

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What?!

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No. Noooo!

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I've got you.

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It's all right.

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Er, this way to the consulting room.

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We're looking forward to seeing your staff in action.

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They always maintain the highest level of professionalism.

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Oh, er...

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Dr Granger and Dr Carmichael I think will be waiting for us.

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So, er, perhaps we should...

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Thank you.

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-Good luck.

-Cheers.

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..and I need statements from all the neighbours.

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Any joy with the next of kin?

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There's an aunt who's coming back from Dubai.

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But in the meantime, she's going to stay with a neighbour

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until social services can get here.

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So...

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Any thoughts on a motive?

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Mr Khan was a silversmith.

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He had a workshop in the Jewellery Quarter.

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But he wouldn't have kept his stock at home, would he?

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Yeah, but a burglar wouldn't know that.

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Most burglars, when they're disturbed they run, don't they?

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-This was a savage attack.

-Agreed.

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I need to talk to her.

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What - now?

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She'll want us to catch whoever killed her parents.

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She's still in shock.

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Sit in if you want to, but I will be talking to her.

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So, you had a sleepover last night?

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At Lucy's.

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So, why were you back so early from school this morning?

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I forgot my art project.

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And it has to be in today, so I called Mum.

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What time?

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Er, eight?

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Did anyone answer?

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No.

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If I'd come home earlier...

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Don't think like that.

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I could have saved them...

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You can't blame yourself.

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Did your parents have any enemies?

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No! Everyone loves them.

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Did you see anything suspicious over the last few days?

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Like what?

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Anyone you didn't recognise on your street?

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There was a van.

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Two days ago, parked across the street.

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-What colour?

-White.

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Did you see the number plate?

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Was there anyone inside?

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You think that they were watching us?

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OK, it's all right. Just try and stay calm.

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If they think... If they think that I saw them ...

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-Was your parents worried about anything?

-That's enough.

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Enough! OK. Take a deep breath.

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All right, just take a deep breath.

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I'm going to stay with you. You're OK. You're OK.

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Well done. You're being really brave.

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..the longer opening hours are proving to be very popular.

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And we deliver regular audits to check that we are always

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prescribing the most cost-effective medication.

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Ow!

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To summarise. The Mill is built on the firm foundations

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of the very best practices of the NHS...

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..whilst always looking for new ways to deliver improved

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services to our patients.

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There you go.

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Thank you.

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I feel numb.

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You're in shock.

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You know, people will tell you that it gets better with time.

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You won't believe them,

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but it does...eventually.

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You've lost someone?

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And you're OK?

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And you will be too.

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I didn't even get to...

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I didn't even get to say goodbye.

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All right?

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I need some air.

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Any news?

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House-to-house enquiries have delivered nothing yet.

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And no-one remembers seeing a white van.

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Well, maybe Rana was mistaken.

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Too keen to help.

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Maybe.

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But there was no signs of forced entry.

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So the Khans opened the door to their killer.

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Did they know them?

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The son's back early from college. Jordan Miller.

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And?

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-There's something odd about him.

-You're going to have to give me

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-a little bit more than that.

-All right.

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He tried to comfort Rana.

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Whose parents have just been murdered.

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She blanked him. Like they didn't know each other.

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-It was all just...a bit...

-Odd?

-Yeah.

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Don't you think this is hard enough, without you going all Miss Marple?

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Right. So you're not going to talk to him?

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I didn't say that.

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What are you studying?

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Motor mechanics.

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Why are you back so early?

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Had a dodgy kebab last night.

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What's your tutor's name?

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Mike Hendry. Why?

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How well do you know the Khans?

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They're my neighbours. That's all.

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What about Rana?

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Say hi sometimes.

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Is that it? She's a good-looking girl.

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She's 16.

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What do you know about what happened over the road?

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Nothing.

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I mean, I seen the cops and that.

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-And you weren't curious?

-Someone's house got burgled.

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It's none of my business, is it?

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That'll be all for now.

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What have you got in the bag?

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Nothing. Gym kit.

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You won't mind if I have a look, then, will you?

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Don't you need a search warrant for that?

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For a gym kit?

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We can do this here, or at the station.

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What did I tell you?

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Whose blood is this?

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Jordan Miller, I am arresting you

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on suspicion of the murder of Fazan and Sabrin Khan.

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You do not have to say anything, but it may harm your defence

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if you do not mention when questioned

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something that you may later rely on in court.

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..we take professional development seriously.

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In fact, Dr Clay has recently qualified as a counsellor.

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Shame he didn't take an IT course.

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I'm sure that his services will be greatly in demand.

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Regarding your system failure...

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Yes. We'll be addressing that shortly.

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But first, one of our patient group want to tell you

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about how the PPG and the practice work hand in hand.

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Mr Mackintosh, are you ready?

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-Er...

-Yes, thank you, Dr Granger.

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Any jewellery?

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This way, Jordan.

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Are they your clothes in the bag?

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They will be tested.

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Whose blood will it be?

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Will it be the Khans'?

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Will we find your fingerprints in the house?

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I've checked with your college.

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No-one's seen you past registration, so where were you?

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How did you get into the Khans'?

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Was there a door already open?

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Did you have a key?

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Jordan, if this wasn't you, now is your chance to explain.

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The patio door was open.

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They were eating breakfast.

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They just sat there.

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Until I picked up the knife.

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That's when the screaming started.

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He tried to fight back, but he was too slow.

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She ran up the stairs, but I couldn't let her get to her phone.

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By the time I'd finished with her,

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he was crawling to the front door.

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I dragged him back into the kitchen.

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Finished him off.

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You're admitting that you stabbed Mr and Mrs Khan to death?

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Yeah.

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Why?

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Come on, Jordan. No-one kills their neighbours for no reason.

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They wouldn't let us be together.

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Me and Rana.

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Cos I ain't Muslim.

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-The Khans said that?

-Rana told me.

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When?

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I'm not sure.

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Well, we examined your mobile.

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And there's been no calls to or from Rana's mobile.

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We don't use phones.

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Rana said if her parents ever found out

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we were seeing each other, they'd send her off to Pakistan.

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Marry her off.

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So you're saying that you and Rana was in this together?

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No.

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She had no idea what I was going to do, but I had to do it.

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It's the only way that we could be together.

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The PPG and The Mill will continue working together to provide

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a caring and professional service for the people of Letherbridge.

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If you have any questions?

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No. That was very comprehensive.

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-Thank you.

-Excuse me.

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Excuse me, your inspectorships...

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Here's the further information you required, Mr Mackintosh.

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Thank you, Miss Pitman.

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Feedback is, of course, vital.

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Miss Divine has written in to say,

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"After years of being a martyr to my mastitis,

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"Dr Carter's gentle touch has put an end to my suffering."

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Oh, and Mr Julian e-mailed about his lazy bowel.

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Rock bun?

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If you feel uncomfortable or need a break, we'll stop.

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OK?

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Rana. I need to talk to you about Jordan Miller.

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OK.

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How well do you know him?

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I don't.

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I mean, I see him on the bus sometimes.

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-To talk to?

-No.

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He goes upstairs with the other losers from the tech college.

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Have you ever been out together?

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Like, on a date?

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He says that you're his girlfriend.

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Er, no!

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So you had no idea that he has feelings for you?

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Rana?

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I've seen him.

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Watching my window.

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Did you tell your parents?

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Why not?

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I didn't want to get him into trouble.

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And you haven't said anything that he could have misinterpreted -

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to make him think that you had feelings for him?

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We're not even Instagram friends.

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You think...

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You think that's why he did it?

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Because he thinks he fancies me?

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It looks that way.

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And what? My mum and dad were just in the way?

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He's a very disturbed young man.

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So if I'd told my parents that he was being a weirdo,

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they'd still be alive?

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You couldn't have known he was capable of this.

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I feel sick.

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There are numerous reasons why patients can't get

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-the treatment that they need.

-We're determined to change that

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-with our Vulnerable Patient Assessment Scheme.

-Yes,

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that's right. Because with VPAS,

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we no longer have to wait for patients to come to us -

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-we go to them.

-And we can arrange to transport them to the surgery...

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..check to see if they need to book an appointment, and carry out tests

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for potentially life-threatening conditions such as diabetes.

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By identifying patients who are in danger of slipping through

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the cracks, we can help prevent

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medical conditions from deteriorating further...

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..and make financial savings for the NHS.

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The end!

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Thank you very much, Mrs Hollins, Mr Mackintosh

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and, of course, Miss Pitman.

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Yes. A very impassioned presentation.

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However, we've been here for half the day

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and we still haven't addressed the reason we were sent here.

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Your ineffective IT system.

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Been checking your social media?

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Just trying to be normal, I guess.

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Look, are you sure that there's no-one who can come and be with you?

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Boyfriend, maybe?

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-I don't have one.

-Really?

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There's plenty of time for parties and boys after my exams.

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That's what my parents always say.

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Said.

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RANA WEEPS

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-How is she?

-Calm.

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-Good.

-No, not good.

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TOO calm. I caught her catching up on her social media.

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People react to stress differently. Some shut down...

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Yeah, I know, and some others find comfort in routine.

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But...this is different. Something's wrong.

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Oh, come on, you feel it too, don't you?

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The crime scene - it's confusing.

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The murders were bloody and chaotic.

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And there's the CCTV footage from outside the house.

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The killer avoided all the cameras.

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-That just can't be luck.

-And?

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Does it mean that we've got two culprits?

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One out-of-control killer, and the other the planner?

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We both know how clever she is.

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Yeah, but cold enough to plan her own parents' murder?

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No.

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I don't buy that.

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But an obsessed weirdo,

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willing to do something awful in the name of love -

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that I can bring to the CPS.

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Maybe Rana didn't plan it.

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But can you be sure she didn't plant the idea in his head?

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Did you have any idea that Jordan was planning something like this?

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How could I?

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Did you...

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Did you ever wish that your parents weren't here?

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No.

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They gave me everything.

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But sometimes we say stuff that we don't mean.

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If Jordan got the wrong end of the stick -

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thought he was doing something that you wanted?

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I love my dad.

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Mummy was my best friend.

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Try and stay calm.

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Jordan's ruined everything.

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He's destroyed my life.

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Interview terminated at 1400 hours.

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-Well?

-I've replaced the cabling.

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So we can try again?

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What do you want, a fanfare?!

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Have you had panic attacks before?

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No.

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-Like you said, must be the shock.

-Yeah.

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Must be.

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Of course, there's no actual test that can prove a panic attack.

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Sorry?

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Have you heard the term "crocodile tears" before?

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You think I'm pretending?

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-Are you?

-Well, I'd have to be a very good actress.

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I think you'd be excellent at anything you turned your hand to.

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But I loved my parents.

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Did you?

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You see, I don't think you really know what love means.

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Careful, Emma.

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You're beginning to sound just like them.

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KNOCK AT DOOR

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Feeling better?

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Yes. Thank you, Inspector.

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Oh...

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This is another of our innovations. The library.

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As you can see, there is a good selection of fiction

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-and nonfiction...

-Mrs Tembe....

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Everything from Jeffrey Archer to, er, Keeping Urban Chickens.

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Have you ever fancied having your own smallholding?

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Do I look like a poultry farmer?

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Well, everyone enjoys a freshly laid egg for breakfast.

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No more stalling. The IT system.

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We will see it now.

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Yes.

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Yes, of course.

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Right, well, forgive me for keeping the best till last.

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Follow me.

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Why am I back here?

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Just a few more questions.

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I said I did it - isn't that enough?

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We talked to some other people on your street.

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They said that the Khans were very liberal.

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That they were against arranged marriages.

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So?

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So, either you were lying to us, that they

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threatened to send Rana to Pakistan,

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or she was lying to you.

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She wouldn't.

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-How well do you really know her?

-We're soul mates.

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Or she used you to do her dirty work?

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The blood is on your clothes.

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It's your fingerprints on the murder weapon.

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I know. I'm not denying any of it.

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So you go to jail.

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Where will Rana be?

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Free.

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Living her life.

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She'll wait for me.

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Is that what she told you?

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And you believe her?

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Totally.

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She called you a weirdo.

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-She wouldn't.

-A loser.

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Does that sound like a "soul mate" to you?

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I planned it. I did them both. Just me.

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Give me a pen and paper.

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I'm going to sign anything that you want.

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I just wanted to say thank you, Emma.

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I couldn't have got through today without you.

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Well, we have a robust, secure system, where we can instantly

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call up on patients' records, past and present.

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And, yes, we have had some hiccups,

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but they have all been overcome because of our team's determination

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to defeat anything that threatens the good work of the practice.

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Thank you, Mrs Tembe. You will receive our report within four days.

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Right, so...

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How long before we can register our appeal?

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Why would you want to appeal if you've passed?

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Your facilities are excellent.

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Your staff are clearly very dedicated.

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We can overlook the odd hiccup.

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You know that the computer problems weren't entirely our fault.

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I am sure that you understand that.

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Please, follow me, gentlemen.

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Time and again, we have saved money for the NHS by utilising

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our in-house IT skills, but we need a more sustainable system.

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We're not the only practice to have this problem.

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King's Green suffered a very similar failure.

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And the Redgrove Surgery's been put into special measures.

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-Thank you, Dr Carmichael...

-We're not asking for a hand-out,

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but we do need investment to future-proof our system.

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Or are NHS Letherbridge comfortable watching more GP surgeries

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-going to the wall?

-We don't have a magic money tree.

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Of course not.

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We wouldn't dream of going to the press about chronic underfunding.

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But we can't speak for the other surgeries.

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We'll see what we can do.

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Ashley!

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This is a nice surprise.

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You were so marvellous earlier.

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Not the kissing - I mean the presentation.

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Although the kissing was quite nice too.

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Although we will have to be more careful.

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What are you doing here?

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Someone had to bring over the urgent referral letters.

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Right. Well, I'll let you get on.

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I'm not expected back at work for a bit.

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So...

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Oh, I see.

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You want Tiger Lady.

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-Grrr!

-Not here.

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-Hi.

-Hi, um...

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Valerie Pitman, um,

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this is my wife.

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My wife, Helen.

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Pitman? The receptionist. Ashley has mentioned you.

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Mentioned me.

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Has he really?

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Well, we don't want to be late, do we?

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I hope you're not here for anything too serious.

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Far from it.

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Antenatal class.

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He's so excited,

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I'm surprised he's not been shouting it from the rooftops.

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-Congratulations.

-Thank you.

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-I'm so happy for you.

-Aw...

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BABY CRIES

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Last night, after the hospital,

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Ashley just started acting really strangely.

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-Tell him to stop ringing you.

-He is my problem.

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I don't want to encourage him. Give him an inch, he'll take a mile.

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I don't need to tell you the pressure that we're all under.

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Because we've had no access to patient records,

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every consultation has overrun. I'm knackered.

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-Why did you not say?

-Why didn't you ask?

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-What are you doing?

-I've left her.

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Emma helps DI Addison identify a murder suspect with an ice-cold heart. The inspectors are due at the Mill, but will the team pass the test? Meanwhile, Valerie has a surprise discovery.


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