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Hello and welcome to Wednesday's Look East. In the programme tonight.

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Failed by the system — the damning four—week—old baby despite the

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authorities knowing she was at risk. This was about process and they

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authorities knowing she was at risk. too many handovers, too many social

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workers. At the rest of the day too many handovers, too many social

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stories. Six months on — the family of a community worker make a fresh

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appeal for help in catching his stronger language and competency

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practising in the UK. The weather is expected to turn much colder and

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windier over the next 24 hours. Good evening. First tonight, the

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four—week—old baby failed by the people assigned to protect her.

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four—week—old baby failed by the should have had her whole life ahead

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of her. She was found dead in May last year on a filthy mattress on

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Northamptonshire flat. Today a combination of professionals were

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"insufficiently curious" and "overly optimistic". This report from Mike

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reading. A four—week—old baby girl, her red Atlas on the floor, where

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just she died. The flat where she lived her short life filled with

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drug paraphernalia. Parents on the drug and alcohol fuelled lifestyle.

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Syringes were found in the bin. drug and alcohol fuelled lifestyle.

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Turkey put a child protection plan in place. They said Maisie must

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Turkey put a child protection plan her grandparents. She looked at

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Turkey put a child protection plan father 's flat and social workers

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were not sent to see her for ten days. They went to the penthouse and

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were told she was there temporarily. The child was taken there from a

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hospital. If a child protection The child was taken there from a

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says they are going to a particular place of accommodation they should

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be taken that. It should not happen. Professionals who sought Maisie

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be taken that. It should not happen. overwrought domestic and not Jewish

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not, says the report. —— work over the mystic and not cautious enough.

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We have a new team in place, we the mystic and not cautious enough.

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a new improvement programme in place and children in Northamptonshire and

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my watch since May, I know we are in a better place than we were 18

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months ago. Those who wrote the review say they do not know if the

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death could have been predicted review say they do not know if the

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prevented. But the four—week old was failed, they say, by professionals

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who should have protected her. Mike, the police had a role to play

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in this, what have they had to say? A number of point of being brought

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up about Northampton review —— about told that the state in the father 's

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flat which was contrary to the aggressive dog in the house. An

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officer saw mazy out on a cold day and thought she was not dressed

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warmly enough. It seems than not these issues were passed on until

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her death. There are also issues especially about the parents. The

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police said they have introduced a 12 month training programme so that

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officers and staff are more equipped to deal which art protection. Where

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does this leave Northamptonshire's trap protection services? We had

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condemning systematic failures. The family of a community worker

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publicly for the first time about the impact of his death. It's six

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months since Paul Foster was shot outside a house in Brunel Road.

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Bedfordshire Police believe that he was killed as a result of a feud

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officers also believe he could have identity. This report from Stuart

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I cannot sleep at night. When I identity. This report from Stuart

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to bed, I just sleep Paul and it is very bad for me. Paul Foster was

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described today by his father as a good and loving son. He leaves

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behind three grieving children and a wife. The children are not coping

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keeping asking for his father. Someone had there knows who killed

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Paul. I am feeding again, for the sake of his family, my family, and

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the rest of the family, please come forward to the police and tell them

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horrified local people. His funeral standstill as hundreds paid their

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respects. But six months on, despite numerous appeals and three arrests,

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the investigation has struggled numerous appeals and three arrests,

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however, as I said earlier on, murder is the most he needs of

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seriously. Paul Foster's murder murder is the most he needs of

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place at a time when Luton appeared epidemic. For a time Bedfordshire

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patrols, but six months on officers believe gun crime is falling. We

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have arrested over 72 people today in relation to gun crime incidents

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in Luton. We have recovered 14 illegally held firearms and executed

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64 search warrants. We are trying to divert young people away from crime.

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But despite these measures to build trust within communitues, potential

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witnesses still haven't felt able to come forward. So, in an attempt

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witnesses still haven't felt able to finally gain that vital piece of

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infomration,a reward of £10,000 finally gain that vital piece of

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The Labour leader Ed Miliband has promoted two of the region's MPs.

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Andy Sawford, who's been the MP promoted two of the region's MPs.

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Corby for less than a year, is now shadow local government minister,

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while Luton South's Gavin Shuker moves from covering DEFRA to become

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shadow minister for international European doctors are to be vetted

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more thoroughly before being allowed to work in the UK. The European

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overwhelmingly for a new law which makes language testing easier —

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overwhelmingly for a new law which qualifications. The move was driven

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by the death of a Cambridgeshire man who was given a lethal dose of

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painkiller by a German doctor. Dog dirt Daniel Ubani, confronted in

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2010 by the parents of David Gray, who died because of this man's

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incompetence. He arrived in the who died because of this man's

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to work for the out of our service that covered Cambridgeshire. On

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to work for the out of our service first shift he visited David Gray in

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his home and accidentally injected him with ten times the recommended

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dose of morphine. He later admitted confusing it with another drug.

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dose of morphine. He later admitted unlawful killing. He was given a

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nine—month suspended sentence by a German court and is and from working

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European Union rules doctors from one European country are generally

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allowed to work in another. The one European country are generally

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law will give them more powers to encompass —— qualifications before

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Earlier this afternoon I spoke to David Gray's son, Stuart — and asked

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what difference the new law would General medical Council can actually

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test the language skills of EU doctors before the register them. In

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my father 's case, the doctor who came over on his first shift from

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actually failed an English—language test through one PCT, and just

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applied for another one which did not test and so vigorously. The

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applied for another one which did that has been passed today seems to

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stop short of making sure that if a doctor is struck off in the UK they

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are also struck off in their home European country. How do you feel

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about that? I think it is important that information is disseminated

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practice. But I still feel it should be up to the individual country

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practice. But I still feel it should decide whether that doctors should

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be struck off or not. There was decide whether that doctors should

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doctor in one country that they wanted to strike off because he

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doctor in one country that they had relationships with the Princes

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daughter. That is not necessarily a reason for him to be barred from

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practising in this country. But reason for him to be barred from

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your father 's case, Doctor Ubani continued to practice in Germany. In

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my brother 's case, the GMC found him to be a danger to the public and

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the coroner found him to be grossly slightly different the way that

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the coroner found him to be grossly regulate doctors. In the case of

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Ubani, it is the council decides on their licence and not a medical

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regulator. You have been fighting for this for 5.5 years. Has it gone

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it would be in the best interest patient safety of this had been

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it would be in the best interest a lot sooner. It is a major step

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forward to have the language skills now tested but I would like to see

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all EU doctors have to go through the same vetting procedures as other

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overseas doctors regarding their clinical competence. From what I

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understand that is not the case clinical competence. From what I

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People who fly into Luton airport on private jets are sometimes left

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completely unchecked by border control. The admission came today

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from the head of the UK's Border Force. Luton is Britain's busiest

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airport for private planes. But Force. Luton is Britain's busiest

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have been told that staff at the UK Border Force don't always have time

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to meet the passengers. It is a requirement that Luton airport will

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let border force on the ground now that an aircraft is arriving. I

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would be confident in saying that we go not to meet the aircraft on the

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ground that we meet the passengers disembarking from that aircraft

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ground that we meet the passengers very significant number of instances

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at Luton airport. If we had taken a look at the report of us and is

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at Luton airport. If we had taken a that airport and its port of origin

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it is possible that that aircraft would not be met. The family of

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it is possible that that aircraft undergoing intensive rehabilitation

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for a brain injury say proposed changes to his care will set back

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his recovery. The clinical group in charge of Adam Spence's care wants

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to move him to a cheaper facility in 21—year—old Adam Spence took his

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first steps. Just a few months on and the change is remarkable. His

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aim is to walk down the aisle with his fiance, Miya. I feel I get

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better walking. Why is that so important to you, you have a big

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year next year? Waiting. What you hope to do? Walk out of here. Adam

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was left brain damaged after a car accident two years ago. He was in a

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coma for weeks. He had to learn everything from scratch. He's being

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cared for at Eagle Wood Neurological Centre in Peterborough. Every day

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But it comes at a cost — around £2,000s a week. Now the clinical

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commissioning group that funds his care want to save money and send

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Adam to a centre in Lincolnshire for half the price. I have a letter

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Adam to a centre in Lincolnshire for to the group making the decision

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about their care, and the directors say they will make Adam the victim

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of this condition for the rest of his life and they say that moving

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him from here will have a massive impact on his emotional and physical

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rehabilitation. All the carers know him, they know how he works, what is

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routine is in the morning. With him, they know how he works, what is

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move, it will be a whole different scenario. Anxiety levels will be sky

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high, because he'll be worried about everything. It'll be a retrospective

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move because I think he's going everything. It'll be a retrospective

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say what was the point in all that. Now I'm here, I will get speech

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therapy he or physical therapy once a week whereas here he has been

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having it every day. The NHS South Lincolnshire Clinical Commissioning

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Group declined to comment on Adam's case, but says it works closely

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Group declined to comment on Adam's patients, their families and health

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care providers to agree a package of care for people entitled to funding.

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Adam's family say they will appeal the decision to move him at every

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step. He has come this far, turning Detectives investigating the murder

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of a Northampton man say he was captured on cctv in the town on

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Jamie McMahon's body was found in St Giles churchyard last week. The

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26—year—old had suffered head and facial injuries and his wallet was

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missing. Last night, a week on from his murder, police visited pubs

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missing. Last night, a week on from clubs where the 26—year—old spent

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the evening. They also went to a kebab house which was where Jamie

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was last seen, at 2am. Detectives have stepped up patrols in the area.

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Still to come, the weatherman says it is going to be getting colder.

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And it is a shocking lesson for the students who get a crash course in

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driving. You may have heard that the leader

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of the right—wing English Defence League is standing down. Tommy

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Robinson, who comes from Luton, says the party has become too extreme in

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its views about immigration. Mr Robinson told Look East today that

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he will now establish a new group to defend English culture against high

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levels of immigration. But Muslim figures in Luton said they distrust

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his motives. Tonight's special report is from our home affairs

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correspondent, Sally Chidzoy. I don't care what you say to me! The

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face of the English Defence League, Tommy Robinson. A man whose rhetoric

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attacking Muslim extremism attracted thousands of followers, first in

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Luton and then across the country. The movement began in Luton four

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years ago in response to Muslim protesters who shouted slogans as

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the Royal Anglian Regiment much do the time. After dramatically

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quitting as the leader, Tommy Robinson said he was sick of the far

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right extremism within its ranks. When I am saying something, it is

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me. It is not someone with the three letters of my organisation doing

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something. Toby Robinson's defection has raised eyebrows. The group

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focuses on counter extremism and argues that Islamist causes Muslim

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terrorism. There is something fishy about the whole thing. He still has

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extremist, intolerant views. I was listening this morning on the radio

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and he said he still wants the burger van. He still does not want

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mosques. —— veil ban. He still has a scaremongering attitude to sharia

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law. He has not changed in the slightest. For years, Tommy Robinson

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has hit back at critics who accuse him of being a racist. For many, his

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departure has been welcomed. If he has seen the light and walked away

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from it, it is a good example to others. He was having problems

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before with a lot of people but now, people might find him not resist any

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more. I don't really support him. I think we should all live together

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and be happy together. Are you anything without the EGL? I think

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people are supporting what I'm saying and doing. Do you plan to set

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up another group? Not a street protest group. A group that focuses

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its frustrations and brings about dialogue through the political

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process. Tommy Robinson believes that without his support the English

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Defence League will die out by Christmas. Local Muslim leaders fear

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what has happened could spawn extremists when two groups. ——

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splinter groups. Air crews from the United States Air

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Force have been spending the week in Norfolk learning how to survive in

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the wild in the event they are ever shot down over enemy territory. They

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have been training at the Stanford Battle Zone, which is usually used

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by UK soldiers and airmen. The Americans are based at the nearby US

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headquarters at RAF Mildenhall. Simon Newton went with them.

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The military collet Survive, Headache, Resist, And Escape. The

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American military has been putting its all just do it since the Korean

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War. —— putting its soldiers do it. You would be is use whichever one is

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closest to you... These are men flight refuelling characters from

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Mildenhall. Today, they have been shot down in hostile territory. The

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soldier from California has been an air force pilot for six years. I

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have had the opportunity to speak to pilots who faced being shot down and

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captured by enemy forces. The lessons they learned really help

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build courses like this. As well as evading capture, pilots learn how to

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hunt, height, and call for help. How many in your party? What is their

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condition? On the edge of the forest, another soldier plays

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friendly forces. Before you get into a survival situation, you want to

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make sure that you have your ducks in a row, pretty much. We really

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remind guys to understand that. We do not rise to the occasion, we fall

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to the level of training. That way, they take this as seriously as

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possible. This soldier from the Brascan has served for 12 years,

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including in Iraq and Afghanistan. His job is operating a refuelling

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craft. He says his family know the dangers he faces. I ask them that,

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but they don't like to talk about it. I know it plays on my mind. They

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usually have faith that I'm coming home. The resistance element

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involves coping with interrogation, but they will not discuss that. It

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is strictly classified. For these aircrews, these exercises are fun

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but also very serious. The lessons learned here could one day be the

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key to making it out alive. Suzie has just been telling me how to

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survive in these situations. I have just said I would not survive very

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long on my own. Students from Peterborough were

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given a crash course today in driving. And that's exactly what

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they got — a driving course with a crash ending. The idea is to cut the

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number of injuries to young drivers and their passengers. Last year,

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almost a quarter of people injured on the city's roads were aged

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between 17 and 25. Please be aware that this report from Mike Liggins

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involves simulated pictures of a serious car crash.

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This is the car crash simulator at Peterborough regional College, a

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specially adapted Ford focus was blacked out windows and video

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screens. Great fun, but the students are about to get nastier shock. The

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video playing is a reconstruction in which a 17—year—old girl is taxing

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while at the wheel. Hydraulics make the car moved to help recreate the

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atmosphere of a crash will stop now watch the moment of impact again,

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but this time see how the students react. The video goes on to show the

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aftermath of the crash. The simulator has flashing lights and

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smoke. Then, the consequences. The relatives of the dead are told, and

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the funerals. The simulator is supposed to provoke a reaction, and

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it does. It was really good. It was proper scary. I thought it was

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really emotional and really upsetting, because you realise, you

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could do something so little light go on your phone and then all of

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that could happen. Has it made you think twice? Yes, definitely. It has

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been created by the Seaford Peterborough Partnership, which

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involves a wide of local authorities. Often with young

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drivers with cars full of 17 or 25—year—old, they are taxing, not

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wearing seat belts, driving too fast. So when we do go to traffic

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collisions involving young people, it is quite disturbing for us. This

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age group is really, really hard to engage with. We run programmes

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throughout the schools, but to have this today and have people come and

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talk to us, it is a first. The car crash simulator will note

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Cambridgeshire and other counties in the region. Entered a's world of

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graphic video games, it is hard to shock teenagers. But the simulator

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does shock. What a good idea! It is, and the

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looks on their faces, to be enjoying the ride in the car and then

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suddenly, totally shocked. Let's get the weather.

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It is turning much colder and when they the next few days. Keeping a

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close eye on some cold front coming in. The blue indicates that here.

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These two cold fronts have a few showers with them as well. Across

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the country through the day, we have had a little bit of rain in places.

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They are continuing to exit down towards the south. They will

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continue to do that in the next couple of hours and in most places

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will become dry with clear skies tonight. Towards midnight and do

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tomorrow morning, there will be heavy showers in Norfolk, especially

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near the coast. They could even be the odd rumble of thunder as well.

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But further west, it will be heavy showers in Norfolk, especially near

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the coast. They could even be the odd rumble of thunder as well. But

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further west, it'll stay mainly dry the wind will keep most areas frost

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free. The winds, by the end of the neck, costing close to 50 miles an

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hour. We have got high—pressure anchored to the West of Scotland and

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these tightly packed I suppose indicate a very strong northerly

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wind coming down. We could see just inland of 35 or 40 mph, and along

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the northern coast, 16 mph possible. Couple that with high tide and large

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waves, and could be some flooding. Tomorrow is all about showers.

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Again, some of these are heavy with some field. Further west, a bright

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start. But even here, there will be a few showers developing into the

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afternoon. The general rule is that the further west you go, the lighter

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the showers will be and the few and far between it will be as well.

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Temperatures could make it up to 12 degrees, several degrees lower than

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it has been in recent days. It will feel even colder than that thanks to

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that very strong wind, making it feel more like six or seven degrees

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if you are exposed to the wind. The showers continue through the

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afternoon and into the evening. They could be a long spell of rain across

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eastern areas and we had to the second—half of the evening. That

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rain will gradually expand further westwards as we go through Thursday

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night, so potentially quick bit of rain in some places. It is all

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courtesy of this weather front that actually will not move very far over

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the next few days. Expect further outbreaks of rain across parts of

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the region, even into the weekend. Some uncertainty about exactly how

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much rain there is, but I would not be surprised if some places did not

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get 25 millimetres or more by Sunday. But indicators are it will

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clear away by the weekend. Your outlook is some heavy showers to the

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course of tomorrow, more green into the weekend, dry by Sunday. Notice

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the winds easing down? Chilly night continuing into the weekend. There

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is a weather. is a

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Thank you very much. What a cheery little forecast. See you tomorrow

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night. Have a peaceful evening.

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