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Good evening. Tonight, labour—saving will abolish the bedroom tax if

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Good evening. Tonight, labour—saving are returned to power. Ed Miliband

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exquisitely on BBC look East. —— labour—saving. We will get rid of

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the loopholes and end the bedroom tax. We will have reaction from

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those affected and a senior member of the government, along with the

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rest of the top stories. An apology to rail passengers as these calls

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mainline tops the UK list of train delays, and disrupted services.

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mainline tops the UK list of train surgeon who pioneered heart and

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mainline tops the UK list of train transports —— transplants returns to

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his roots at Papworth Hospital. And Northamptonshire slug it out,

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Good evening. We can reveal tonight that Labour will scrap the so—called

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bedroom tax if the party wins the next election. In an exclusive

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interview, Ed Miliband told us that he felt the measure was unfair.

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interview, Ed Miliband told us that felt it had led to some tenants

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being evicted from their homes. felt it had led to some tenants

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to remind you, the rules on housing benefit changed on April this year

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and that tenants will no longer benefit changed on April this year

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to claim their full housing benefit if they had a spare bedroom. Tenants

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were given a choice, downsize to a smaller home, or face a cut in

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benefits. It was quickly condemned as the bedroom tax. In our region,

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labour estimates that 50,000 tenants have been affected. Tonight, Ed

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Miliband tells this programme that Of all the recent welfare changes,

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this has probably been the most controversial. The government's

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intention was to cut the amount controversial. The government's

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spends on welfare and free up homes waiting for larger properties. But

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housing campaigners say it has caused misery for many. Research

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shows that 50% of people have gone into arrears with the first three

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months. These are people who have not been in arrears before. We have

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pushed them over the edge. Others questioned whether the policy is

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workable. A study by Cambridge University concluded it would take

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24 years to rehouse those affected. Tonight's moved by the Labour leader

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is eye—catching. And on the EU for a difficult conference, a chance to

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show that his party can come up difficult conference, a chance to

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real policies. What we're seeing is people potentially being evicted

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from their homes and it will not even save them what the government

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said it would save. Think it is even save them what the government

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right decision to make a fair tax change to say that we're going to

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get rid of the loopholes and get rid of the bedroom tax. It will be

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currently available to financial institutions. George Osborne cuts

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taxes for hedge funds is at the institutions. George Osborne cuts

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time as he introduced the bedroom tax. Most people will think that is

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not the right priority. Does this not give ammunition to critics who

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think you are the party of welfare? This is about unfair change. It

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think you are the party of welfare? not even work. Ministers question

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how much the public care about this issue. They say that 70% of people

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support welfare changes. Labour issue. They say that 70% of people

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that 50,000 people will be affected by these changes. 31,000 of them are

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disabled. Mr Miliband accepts that transport and council tax, which

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affect larger numbers and which transport and council tax, which

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need addressing. But this, he says, Look East has reported several times

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on the recent changes to housing benefit, but how has the news gone

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We have three bedrooms appear, and one has been divided. Peter lives in

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Milton Keynes with his wife and daughters. The home was originally

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built with two bedrooms but one daughters. The home was originally

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since been divided. The recent changes to housing benefit mean

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since been divided. The recent the rent has increased even though

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the total amount of floor space the rent has increased even though

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not. Peter says that the rules do not take any account of individual

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circumstances. I do not think it has been handled properly. It is another

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government to get more money out of suffering people. Across town,

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Eileen agrees. She cares for brother says that it saves the government

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thousands in care bills. She uses her spare rooms occasionally but

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feels penalised by a system which charges her for having spare rooms.

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It is unfair and unjust. And it charges her for having spare rooms.

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causing families like myself a lot unnecessary worry. Labour—saving the

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plans to scrap the bedroom tax will help thousands of families. But

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plans to scrap the bedroom tax will it help the party get elected? Will

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you know vote for Ed Miliband? If he is going to scrap the bedroom tax, I

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announcement make you vote for him? Definitely not. Every government

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that I have voted for have always done U—turns. It is always the

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purest people getting the brunt done U—turns. It is always the

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it. It will be sometime before Ed Miliband can try to this policy

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it. It will be sometime before Ed bed, with the election two years

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away. Later on the programme, we will be getting the view of the

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Conservative Party on this and Andrew Lansley. —— the leader of the

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house. Benefits changes have led to some people heading into debt and

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even losing their home. But a lack of housing has been a problem for

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some time. In Milton Keynes, for example, they have seen a dramatic

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rise in the number of families being breakfast accommodation. Back in

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May, the council had the worst record for this outside London.

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May, the council had the worst three months on, the situation is

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Bringing up a young family can be difficult, especially for those

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Bringing up a young family can be nowhere to call home. This man asked

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us not to reveal his identity. He and his partner became homeless

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three months ago and have been housed in bed and breakfast hotels

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ever since. They have a baby and a young child. You were in one room

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and your children want to go asleep. —— go to sleep. We go out of the

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room, just so they can go to sleep, or we hide in the toilet with the

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lights on, waiting them to sleep —— waiting for them to sleep. I want to

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come home from work to see my family happy, playing in the garden, not

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tied up in one room —— squeezed happy, playing in the garden, not

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one room. If a family isn't every commendation for more than six

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weeks, it is illegal. In Milton Keynes, 35 families were in that

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position in the first three months of the year. That figure almost

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doubled between April and June, making it one of the worst areas in

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England outside of London. I am making it one of the worst areas in

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complacent. We are doing things making it one of the worst areas in

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characteristics of Milton Keynes that cause the issue. We are a young

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city and we have only been in place since the 70s. We do not have a

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The government says it made almost £2 million available to tackle this

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problem. Not an Keynes applied for a families are still waiting for a

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Two men have been charged with murdering a 19—year—old man in Luton

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one week ago. Michael Urquhart was found dead with stab wins. Two men

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from Luton will appear in court —— stab wounds. Network Rail has

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customers on one of our biggest Peterborough to London, has the

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worst punctuality record in the Peterborough to London, has the

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between here and Scotland. And they have suffered delays. The worst

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between here and Scotland. And they almost a day on the train. 11 hours

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before we go back to Peterborough. You know, it was that or spending

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the next couple of days on the platform. They are one of 4 million

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using Peterborough station each year. That figure is set to double

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over the next 25 years. Most of year. That figure is set to double

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delays are not down to those running the trains on the tracks, at the

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separate companies looking after the tracks themselves. When things go

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wrong, trains go nowhere. Network Rail has apologised for being to

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blame for 70% of the delays on this line in August and September. One in

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making it the least punctual for country. Today, some passengers

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making it the least punctual for happy but others not so. Sometimes

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have been kept off my journey for hours. I'm on the train so regularly

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Sometimes there have been delays, a lot of people waiting outside,

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causing havoc. Today, Network Rail say they were redoubling their

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efforts to improve reliability. say they were redoubling their

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million will be spent upgrading say they were redoubling their

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line over the next five years. The weight for some passengers will

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Football, and MK Dons and Peterboro meet again for the first time in two

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years this week. Last time around, Posh one and ended up being promoted

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by the defeat still hurt MK Dons. May 2011 and elation meets despair.

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For Peterboro, the play—offs meant championship football, only to be

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relegated last season. MK Dons have been left stewing. Both left brewing

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what might have been. We went to London and let ourselves down. I

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stronger outfit. It is younger with more energy. There are similarities,

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but as a club you would have to more energy. There are similarities,

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we have been more successful. We championship and stayed in the

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championship. They are not at that level yet. Obviously, if they got

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promoted this season, that would be the aim. Both sides have started

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with intent, particularly Posh, currently second in the table. MK

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Dons are keen to make an impression —— and impression. Dillow macro

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Dons are keen to make an impression them to play like a professional

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team and look the part, to play them to play like a professional

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honour for the badge. I think the championship will put us in good

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stead. Tactically, we have got better. We have taken tactics onto

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the pitch and delivered. Posh have the bragging rights and the bigger

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playing budget. MK Dons wants to bury the hatchet. At this stage

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playing budget. MK Dons wants to the season, it is almost as viable

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as the play—offs. Later, Alex will be here with the weather for the

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will always be classed as an alcoholic, but says he is off the

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drink and will rebuild his life. Still to come tonight: A nail—biting

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finish to the cricket season. Plus, a return to Papworth Hospital by the

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surgeon who pioneered heart and lung transplant. —— transplants.

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Now here's one of those sobering thoughts. Since 1939, more than

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83,000 American service men and women have failed to return home.

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Some were taken prisoner, some went missing in action, but none of them

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ever came home. This week the US Air Force in Suffolk has been

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remembering them. Today, at RAF Mildenhall, members of

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the 100th Air Refueling Wing have taken part in a special ceremony to

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mark the end of the week's remembrance. Our defence reporter

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Alex Dunlop has just sent this. Putting names to the numbers.

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Joseph... Officially missing in action, or prisoners of war, from

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every action since World War II. Over 24 hours, volunteers read all

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80 3000, 345 names. It is living on hold. The hope that they can still

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be alive and come home. Until they have the final closure, I think it

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is part of our duty to go out and keep the promise, that is the motto,

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of keeping, bringing them home. But the vast majority of them will have

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died? Yes. It is more than likely that the majority of them have

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passed. Nearby, and missing man formation. The desert boots

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represent the two most recent conflicts, Iraq and Afghanistan. As

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America starts to pull out of this latest work, for five years one

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American soldier is still being held captive by the Taliban. It was the

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war in Vietnam which spurred a huge interest in the fate of American

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soldiers imprisoned while missing in action. Some were found alive years

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after the war ended. 40 years on, so determined by the US military to be

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repatriated those left on old battlefields that they have a

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dedicated task force of around 400 personnel who make it their mission

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to find them. Last year they recovered two bodies from the

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Cambodian jungle. As the commander reads the last of the 83,000 names,

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today they also remember those killed by a Navy reservist in

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Washington three days ago. For us it is very important for us to remember

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who has gone before us. The flag is at half mast behind you as a

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reminder that there is still a current threat? Absolutely. There is

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a worldwide threat, and with recent actions that have happened this week

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in the United States, our flags are at half—mast. We must with the

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ready. Every Friday in the ceremony, they lowered the stars and stripes.

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This one was a little different. Today's salute, dedicated to those

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missing across seven decades of war. Sport now, and the end of the

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cricket season is going to the wire for Northants and Essex. The two

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teams have been locked in a battle for promotion to the top flight.

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Today was the final day of their penultimate county Championship

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games with Northants now looking like red hot favourites to go up.

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Let's cross to the county ground in Northampton now and our Sports

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Editor, Jonathan Park. Yes, it's been a fairy tale season for

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Northants this season. They have done very well in all competitions,

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including the Twenty20. Essex have been there throughout, but

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Northants, as you say, are red—hot favourites to win promotion. They

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will find out next week, but after today's play, they are in the

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driving seat. It had been —— has been a season where Northants shake

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off the pass. The silverware was already on show today. It has been a

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magnificent season with a real team effort. Silverware does not come

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around here very often. The performances have been so great.

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There was a sense about inevitability in their match today.

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The main game was always going to end in a drawer, but all that

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Northants needed was the five bonus points on offer for reaching the 400

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mark, which was accomplished with ease. We have done well today and

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got all of our bonus points, which is what we set out to do. It looks

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like things have settled down at Chelmsford and hopefully gone our

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way. At Chelmsford, the only team who could pip Northants to

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promotion, Essex, desperately needed a win to strengthen their hand. But

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there ain't with Glamorgan was also heading for stalemate. We needed a

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few more performances and did not get the season but all in all, we

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have had a decent season. I think it is quite decent for this season. I

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know it is not Division 1, but it is still a tough cricket world. We have

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done well in four—day cricket. Probably going to finish third

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behind Northamptonshire and Lancashire. Final stake in the 2020,

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and we finished fourth there, so we have been the bridesmaid this year,

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but we have made progress. At half past four, the captain shook hands

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in both games, with Northants a giant step towards cricket's top

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flight. The knee just five points from next week 's game at

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Worcestershire to guarantee it. —— they need. It's in the bag? No...

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I'm an eternal pessimist, I am afraid. They are not exactly

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hostile, and not exactly serious, and enjoyed by everyone. Just like

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Northants's season. That certainly was a humorous moment today. The

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next round of Championship matches is next week, but before then here

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at the ground, the pop band Madness are plain. It could certainly be a

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House Of Fun for those Northants fans this season. Thank you very

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much. Two years ago, Professor John

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Wallwork retired from Papworth Hospital. In 30 years he carried out

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6,000 operations to help put Papworth on the world stage. But now

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he's coming back. Next February, the Professor will become the hospital's

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new chairman and says he has big plans for its future. Hello, guys!

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Back among the staff he calls his second family, the hospital he calls

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his second home. Two years ago he retired as a surgeon here. He has

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returned now as chairman. This is a very special time for the hospital.

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We have spent a long, long time trying to get this hospital to the

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right place and we are nearly there and I want to see that through. I

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wanted to be a jewel in the crown of the health service, not just here

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but abroad. I want to bring any effort I can to the place. This was

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his last operation. Over 30 years, he carried out 30 of them, a pioneer

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in transplant surgery. In 1981 he founded the Papworth Heart And Lung

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Transplant Programme years later performing the first heart and Lung

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transpired in Europe, and then the world's first triple transplant.

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What are you planning for the future? I want to keep Papworth

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Hospital on top. Surprisingly enough putting an organisation up is easier

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than keeping it at the top. And in order to do that for the patients

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and the education and research, we have to provide the best that we

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can, and we can only do that with our biomedical campus. This is where

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the biomedical campus will go. Work on the new app worth should start in

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2015. Heart and lung disease together provide the biggest cause

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of death in our society. It would be absurd to have this big biomedical

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campus not that hard and lung disease in it. Papworth Hospital has

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prolonged the lives of thousands. His job now, better treatment for

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the patient of tomorrow. A reminder now of tonight's main

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news: The Labour leader Ed Miliband has told Look East that he will

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scrap the so—called "bedroom tax" if he becomes the next Prime Minister.

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Let's hear what the Conservatives have to say about that. Andrew

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Lansley is the MP for South Cambridgeshire and the Leader of the

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House of Commons. He's in Cambridge now.

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have to say about that. Andrew Lansley is the MP for The National

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Housing Federation, Their Chief Executive Says That The Bedroom Tax

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Is Disastrous. How do you feel about that? Are in was to reduce the cost

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of housing benefit, which Labour had taken to £20 billion. And I'm afraid

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but we have heard today shows that Labour have learned nothing. We had

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to take measures to deal with their debt crisis. It wasn't fair what

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happened —— wasn't there to be subsidising under occupied

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properties while people are waiting for accommodation or are in

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overcrowded accommodation. We have done it in a fairway. We have put

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£180 million into a discretionary fund that helps to the costs of

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those who have proper reasons to have support, but we are taking away

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housing benefit, we are saving in this case really have £1 billion, by

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virtue of not subsidising under occupied properties. That is what we

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have to do and the Labour Party does not seem to have learned anything

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and they are saying that now they want to go back. They have opposed

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every well cut we have put forward. I am sorry to interrupt you, but all

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of these people that are affected that we have heard about, one third

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of them and are having trouble with their rent. These are people who

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have not been in that situation before, so it is obviously having a

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very bad effect. We are very clear about the fact that we need to save

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money by not subsidising under occupied properties. It is not about

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imposing a charge or imposing tax. It is about how much housing benefit

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people should be paid, and they should be paid how much is

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appropriate to the need for housing. Under the last Government, people

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who were in private rented accommodation and had under occupied

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properties, spare ribs, did not get housing benefit. What we have done

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in that sense is remove what was an anomaly between people who were

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getting private housing benefit and people who were getting housing

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benefit in social housing. As I said, £190 million per year, it is

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not far short of a third of the total saving, is available to local

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authorities in a discretionary payment scheme in order to meet the

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cases that are genuinely in most need. I am so sorry to interrupt

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you, but 34% of people who intend to back the Tories at the next election

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think it is a bad idea. People across the country now that we were

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think it is a bad idea. People left

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circumstances. Time for the weather, and it is

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going to get a little bit warmer? Yes! High pressure across the

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British Isles. That might sound like the perfect ingredients for a fine

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autumn weekend, but as this are crosses, we see it picking up a lot

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of moisture. But while temperatures rise, it will be cloudy at times.

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Today, we have had quite a lot of fine autumn sunshine. It has turned

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a little bit cloudy and places, but predominantly, we will seek leave

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spells overnight. It is expected to turn a little bit cloudy later on

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with some fog. For most of us, we should stay in double figures. We

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are expecting loads of around 11 or 12. Temperatures could just drop

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down there. If you are up early, it might be a bright start in the east.

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We have this week weather front heading in from the south—west, and

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that is going to meet increasing amount of cold to the morning. So,

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this cloud may, in places, be thick enough to produce some rain or

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drizzle, but for most of us, it is predominantly dry. If you live in

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the western half, you have got a better chance of seeing something a

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little bit more break into the afternoon. Temperatures rarely get

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those brighter spells, they will be quite comfortable, with a bit of a

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noticeable breeze and a light to moderate south—westerly. The eastern

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half looks as though it will stay a little bit more cloudy. Now, looking

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ahead, the high pressure starts to move to the east, towards Holland,

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by the start of next week. That will mean a subtle change in wind

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direction, more of an easterly flow. This will bring in more dry air, so

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that brings us the better prospect of sunshine at the start of next

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week. So, we start Sunday a bit cloudy, perhaps with some mist

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around first thing. But it looks more hopeful through the day on

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Sunday. We should hopefully start to see the sunshine out and as such, we

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will see the temperatures climb, so 21 or 22 degrees quite possible. As

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we start next week with that dry air coming in from the east, we are

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expecting increasing amount of sunshine for Monday and Tuesday, so

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22 might be a little, well, not quite so optimistic as it could be,

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but into the middle of the week this high—pressure stays firmly in place,

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bringing more spells of fine conditions and mild nights.

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