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the programme tonight: Guilty of murder — the shop worker convicted

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another teenage victim tells his story as police continue their

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campaign against the culprits. Keeping the water supply running —

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what climate change might mean for And it gold—medallist on the highs

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given a job and a home but repaid his boss's kindness with robbery

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and murder. Thilak Mohan—Raj had only been working at the shop in

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Bedford for a matter of days when he was caught stealing from the

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till. He then beat the 56—year—old owner to death. Today, a jury found

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him guilty. Anna Todd was in court. She joins us this evening from

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A behind me is the shop owned by it Vairamuthu Thiyagarajah before he

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was killed in April. It is now run by one of his five children. This

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was a man to whom family meant everything and never was this more

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apparent than in the courtroom this afternoon as at least 20 members of

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his family sat waiting patiently, A beloved father and grandfather.

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Vairamuthu Thiyagarajah described as a towering figure who guided

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Vairamuthu Thiyagarajah described family every step of the way. Today,

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his former employee, 25—year—old Thilak Mohan—Raj was found guilty

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of his murder. I had butterflies before the verdict was read out

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of his murder. I had butterflies when it was given I couldn't hear

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anything. It went blank. Then it was just happiness. Found strength

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from somewhere. The court heard was just happiness. Found strength

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Thilak Mohan—Raj worked at the shop for just a few days when he stole

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When his employer found out, he launched his attack, hitting the

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repeatedly with a heavy object. This footage shows the moment a

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shop worker went to investigate after hearing the noise upstairs

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and made the traumatic discovery. And the defendant runs out after

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Thilak Mohan—Raj pleaded self— believe him. The family have acted

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with the utmost dignity but it has been hard hearing how the details

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of how their father died, which included expect medical evidence as

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well which is disturbing to listen to. As the guilty verdict was read

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out, the family cheered momentarily for many —— before many broke down

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in tears. They described the last 10 days in court as been like in a

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torture chamber. The fact he had given the defendant a job out of

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the goodness of his heart and to be repaid like this was too much to

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bear. As Thilak Mohan—Raj awaits sentence, tonight his victim's

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family will quietly celebrate their The judge said very little after

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the guilty verdict was read out except to say that he would face no

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met —— no less than a life sentence. As Vairamuthu Thiyagarajah's for

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family sat hugging each other and consoling each other, Thilak Mohan—

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Raj cut a very lonely figure in consoling each other, Thilak Mohan—

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dock. He will be sentenced tomorrow. There are calls tonight for more

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CCTV to protect young people in Luton. A mother contacted Look East

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after we reported on the number Luton. A mother contacted Look East

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attacks on youths in the town. Her 14—year—old son was left terrified

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after he was robbed twice in less than a month. The family have asked

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not to be identified, but today than a month. The family have asked

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spoke out and called for more to be This 14—year—old would rather be

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with his friends, but he is now frightened to leave his home. He

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was rocked not once, but twice in the space of three weeks. It is

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really difficult going out and not being nervous, seeing strangers

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really difficult going out and not other people. I have to keep having

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this cancelling for post—traumatic stress disorder. Both crimes took

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place here in this part in Luton. Last month he was with a group of

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friends who had their phones stolen. Because there was no violence or

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threat of it, the first crime is being treated as theft. But what

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happened to the boy three weeks later it is being treated as the

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more serious crime. We were sitting in the park again and these people

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came up to us and started talking to us, asking if we were in any

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came up to us and started talking the Ganz. We said, no. That is when

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they started to hit me. —— any of the gangs. I ran but they put me on

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the floor and started kicking me. Police have warned people to take

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extra care in this park after a number of similar assaults. The

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youngest victim was just 10. The teenager's mother once more CCTV in

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happening in that particular part, I think they need to be more CCTV

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around the edge of the park. For instances like this it would help

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the police. If being a victim twice traumatised. The worst thing is

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definitely the violence and being reminded all the time about it.

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When people get too close I feel really nervous and scared. I want

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to sort of colour in a ball and really nervous and scared. I want

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away. What do you think of the people who did this to you? I hate

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them. He says he won't be going people who did this to you? I hate

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A Bedfordshire pensioner who died following a sexual assault in her

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own home could have died at any point an inquest has heard today.

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81—year—old Winifred Smith was attacked in Houghton Regis in March

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this year, but was suffering from family was in court to hear the

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coroner say she died of natural causes. Darren Emmerson has been

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Police say they are considering what action to take after talking

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to a woman who was filmed dodging a Cambridgeshire. The woman missed a

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speeding train by seconds. It was described by Network Rail as one of

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the worst near—misses they'd ever seen. The 26—year—old spoke to

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British Transport Police officers last night. They'll now decide what

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Researchers have just announced last night. They'll now decide what

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significant step forward in the degenerative brain diseases such as

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Alzheimer's and Parkinson's. That research is being done in Leicester,

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but here in Cambridge the charity announced half a million pounds

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but here in Cambridge the charity new funding for projects designed

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charity's Head of Research, Dr Simon Ridley joins me now. A lot of

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funding goes into understanding Simon Ridley joins me now. A lot of

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but more than half of this funding is going to screen potential new

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drugs. That suggests we're a lot closer to helping people. That is

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right. It is important that we have a spectrum of funding and we need

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disease and have better diagnosis. We are also thinking about ways

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disease and have better diagnosis. have new treatment. And this is

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Researchers in Cambridge have built this high resolution microscope

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which enables them to visualise this high resolution microscope

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proteins that may cause Alzheimer's and dementia diseases ultimately.

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prevent their toxicity. If we look at research done in Leicester, they

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feel they have found a way to stop Wayne sales dying. Has significant

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is that? —— brain cells. We need more research before we can be more

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People think of dementia as one disease but is it —— it is like

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Some of the funding will go towards diagnosing a rare form of dementia,

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important to distinguish them. Early in the disease it can be

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from a rare form and hopefully they will be successful with that. This

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takes time. How difficult is it will be successful with that. This

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decades sometimes? We are grateful to all the support we get from

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asked donors and supporters and to all the support we get from

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make it clear they are in it for the long—term although we all want

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treatments today and tomorrow. It is important to explain it takes

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people in Cambridgeshire have some form of dementia already. And that

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is 800,000 people in the UK. A lot of people depend on new treatments

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Young people with serious mental health problems in Northamptonshire

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treatment locally. On World Mental Health day it was announced that a

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new unit will be opened which will mean sufferers from the county and

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Milton Keynes can stay closer to home while receiving intensive care.

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It will also mean families can visit more easily, which experts

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say is a key part of recovery. anxiety a unit like this away from

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home can provide a safe haven. If psychosis or a compulsive disorder

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they are often at risk of self harming or they could pose a danger

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to others. Cancelling is important if they are to make a full recovery.

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Until now, there has been no high Northamptonshire but next month

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Until now, there has been no high facility opens. It means troubled

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teenagers can be treated closer facility opens. It means troubled

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their school and family —— this facility will open. They will have

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less contact with the family but important aspects. Because of this

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conflict —— hopefully the length of stay will be shorter. If this is a

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success, specialist mental health services in the county could be

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There were delays and cancellations Stansted airports today. A strike

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by air traffic controllers meant flights to and over France were

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badly affected. And a power cut also caused delays for passengers

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at Stansted. Flights were held up Northampton's Grosvenor Centre is

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to get a £3 million facelift, but whether it will be extended. The

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plan was to redevelop the Grosvenor would follow demolition of the

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Greyfriars bus station. That's due to start next March when the new

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open to the public as an education centre.

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Also coming up: Sir Henry Cecil's widow bids to win

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the big race at Newmarket this weekend.

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Olympic champion Greg Rutherford on injury, inspiration and his ambition

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to make long jumping history. This region is the driest in the

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whole country, which is why farmers have been meeting today to talk

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about water. With pressure coming from industry and climate change,

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there's a real worry that agriculture could get squeezed out.

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Our region is home to 60% of the country's irrigated farmland. More

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than 1,000 businesses make their living from the land. 30% of the

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potatoes and 25% of the fruit and vegetables supplied to the

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supermarkets are grown here in the East. And water is critical to that

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whole industry. It's a lovely green colour, it's a

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perfect height. And so hopefully it will find favour with customers. A

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Mediterranean—style crop in the Norfolk countryside. But to grow, it

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relies on these to irrigate it. The water here is pumped from deep

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underground. But for other farmers, they have chosen to dig their own

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reservoirs to store what falls from the sky. We've used it quite a bit

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this year. We've sold quite a bit of water to neighbouring farmers and

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use around six or seven million gallons. It's a huge benefit. It

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gives us peace of mind knowing that we can grow whatever we want on the

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farm and we've got water if we need it. At 180 million gallons, this is

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small. But getting permission to build any reservoir can take years.

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What we'd really like to see is a situation where almost every farm

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has a reservoir, an on—farm reservoir, to capture water. A high

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proportion of irrigated crops come from this region. We feed into the

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supermarkets here significant amounts and therefore, it's

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important for all of us that we have the water to be able to continue to

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do this and that we are not forced to import food. Globally, weather

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can seem more extreme. While it's difficult to predict it, local

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patterns are emerging. The summers in general will become drier and

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harder to manage but you will get your rainfall in short, sharp

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bursts. The winters will have to offset that lack of rainfall in the

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summer by becoming a bit wetter. I think it is all going to hinge on

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how we manage the water when it falls. Here, 75 tonnes of onions are

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on their way to the supermarket, having enough water insured the best

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crop. During that hot, dry spell in July when the onions were trying to

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grow really well, they needed adequate irrigation and water to

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help them do that. To achieve this size! Any shortage of water has

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potential to cause a shortage of the crop that you're trying to irrigate

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and shortages normally mean higher prices. With rainfall becoming more

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unpredictable, farmers will need to come up with new ways to guarantee

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crops like these. Lovely stack of onions. Enough to

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make a grown man cry! Sir Henry Cecil's widow has been

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talking about her bid to win the big race at Newmarket this weekend — the

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Cesarewitch. After the death of Sir Henry in

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June, Lady Cecil decided to continue training at the famous Warren Place

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stables. And on Saturday, her hopes are resting on a horse called Tiger

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Cliff. If you think it training racehorses

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is a glamorous business then you should have been an Newmarket Heath

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at 7am this morning. It was cold and wet and Jane Cecil was well wrapped

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up. Her big hope for Saturday at BetFred Cesarewitch is Tiger Cliff.

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Ridden by Tom Queally, he won a race in August and starts as a favourite

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this weekend. What would it mean to win at Newmarket? Well, what can I

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say... Henry has won it once. So it will be great if... I can imagine we

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will settle for winning it once, too. Henry actually won the

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Cesarewitch ay back in 1971, an early success in a glittering

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career, shared latterly with his third wife, Jane. Now, she has taken

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over the license and although she is very shy, racing fans want to hear

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what she has to say. How are you enjoying your new role? Oh, it's

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lovely, isn't it?! Well, I hate... This is the bit I really don't like.

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It's hard work but when you've got good people around you, you know,

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it's enjoyable. Sir Mark Prescott knows just how hard the racing game

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can be. He saddles Pallasator in the Cesarewitch, a race he has never won

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in more than 40 years of trying. He has this advice for Jane Cecil. She

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needs lots of luck. She's got a tremendous team of staff there, her

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husband's legacy is there. Racing is unforgiving, of course. Results are

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needed but she's made a fantastic start. Jane Cecil has already had

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some important wins and there is no doubt Henry would be incredibly

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proud. Victory on Saturday, at the home of flat racing, would be

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another very significant moment. Olympic Champion Greg Rutherford has

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been passing on his skills to school children in Milton Keynes, today. He

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even tried his hand at basketball. Greg Rutherford has struggled with

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injuries and form since winning gold at the London Olympics. In a moment,

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we'll hear from him but first, this report from James Burridge.

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If your dream is to be an Olympic champion then it helps to learn from

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one. Greg Rutherford's gold medal moment is the tale he is happy

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telling. His achievement has inspired hundreds at his local club,

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as well as these children from a local primary school. He has

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inspired me and taught me that anyone can do anything they like, if

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they tried. He just stands me rough and helps us. He was off. Well, he

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was OK but I think he should stick to long jump! 2013 has been a rude

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contrast to the glory of 2012. He lost his sponsor, split with his

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coach, suffered a serious injury, endured a public spat over his

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selection, before crashing out in the heats. I think five weeks on,

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you should not be running, let alone jumping. I know how to compete at

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big competitions. When I am fit and well I stand a good chance and sadly

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I think I felt better than I was. I was not good enough and those are

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the hard facts. Unlike others in the athletics world, Greg's golden

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moment has not provided the financial legacy he was hoping for.

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His training has taken a back—seat so that he can earn money through

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various media commitments. He has not lost his love of the long jump

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yet. The Commonwealth Games are less than one year away.

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Well, I spoke to Greg while he was at that event in Milton Keynes, this

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afternoon, and he told me how important he thought it was to

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inspire young people to take up sport.

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I think we have been having a bit of issue with this country are kids are

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not as active and engaged in sport. Just activity in general. I grew up

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about one mile from here. I go past the same places where I grew up and

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I was out there every single day playing around, climbing trees and

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now it is barren. There is nobody out there engaging in it and

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something like this is really helping, I feel, to get these kids

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engaged with them, outside and enjoying it. After winning gold, you

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have been doing lots of things like this. On a personal, sporting level,

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it has been quite an up and down your four years. It has not gone

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anywhere near to plan, as last did. It was the greatest year of my

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sporting career and life to date. This year, due to a massive injury,

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things just have not gone well for me. That has been a real problem. I

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think most of the year I was searching for the right training and

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environment in order to succeed again and I did not find it. Then

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again, in Paris, picking up the hamstring rupture completely ruined

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this year for me. I was desperately trying to get right for the World

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Championships. I gave it everything to go there and had fantastic

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support to make sure I could make it there but sadly, it just was not

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enough time. With Tyneside, would you have done things differently?

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Maybe not gone to the World Championships. —— with Tyneside.

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Speaker McNaught regrets. Ultimately, I was never going to

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find out unless I put myself in there. —— with hindsight. No

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regrets. I was able to jump beforehand, in training. To be

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perfectly honest. As much as I did not perform well, I think now I look

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back and I probably performed better than most other people would have

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done in the same circumstance. That is not good enough. I went in to win

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but ultimately, my body was in the position to not let me do that. Now,

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it is the focus on getting my body right again and getting everything

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focused incorrectly in the right scenario so that I can excel again

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and do well. It is an odd thing to ask but in a way, was the gold—medal

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a hindrance? It is such a pinnacle in your career, where'd you go

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there? Obviously, we go out there all the time to try and win

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competitions. The way I view the Olympics was another competition and

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possibly a chance for me to finally win something that really means a

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lot to everybody in the sport. Now, what that gave me was the passion

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and drive to go on and try and win major medals. I will be 29 when the

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next one comes along but before that we have World Championships,

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Commonwealth, other major competitions I want to win. I

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focused when from not just —— my focus went from not just winning one

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that multiple. I am getting up in the morning to train hard and

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putting all the work to do that again. The way things are going,

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that will happen and I can be more successful and solidify myself as

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one of the best long jumpers in history. How are you right now?

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I am feeling good. The hamstring is definitely in the latter stages of

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healing. All being well and good, within a month or six weeks, that

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will be completely gone. I will be back to my normal self and will be

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getting myself ready for the indoors before the Commonwealth Games. That

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will be a good test for me. Ultimately, I won a medal at the

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last Commonwealth. I will be looking to win the title next.

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It is great to talk to, as always. Thanks for coming on the programme.

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Three thank for having me. He is a very likeable young man and

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the kids love him also. A real inspiration.

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We are elated to a listener to the radio. They are sending in ties for

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you! Via. I quite like it. Very nice.

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It has been very wet and windy across the region. We have a couple

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of photos to show you. Some pretty strong winds across the region also.

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Not just the winds, running through eastern areas but they have tracked

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further westwards throughout the afternoon. The winds are still

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fairly strong. Rainfall total, we have had quite a bit already across

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some parts of Norfolk. Some places north of Norwich have had close to

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20 monitors. The further south and west, not Azma rain. Of course, not

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just the rain. —— not as much rain. 45 mph gusts in some places and 50

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miles in some places. The winds will continue in some places and further

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spells of rain will spread and as those winds turn north—easterly.

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Maybe the odd rumble of thunder were the rain is thick. Not quite as cold

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as last night thanks to that cloud. Still feeling colder in that wind.

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This rain is coming courtesy of this weather front, sitting quite close

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to us over the North Sea for much of tomorrow. I think quite a lot of

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cloud around tomorrow. Little did a room in the morning but as we had

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to, mid—morning onwards, that will turn heavier and more persistent

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across parts of Essex and Suffolk particularly. The winds tomorrow

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will still be quite strong and coming in from the north—east and

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still close to 40 mph around the coast. Temperatures at best will be

:26:07.:26:12.

15 degrees. This, feeling colder in the wind. That rain will continue on

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and off throughout the evening. Most other places will end the day dry.

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That we never clears but continues to most of Saturday, Asian backing

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against the region. Some heavy bursts on Saturday afternoon and

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evening. Finally clearing the north—west. —— actually backing back

:26:29.:26:38.

in against the region. There is the potential for some further rain into

:26:38.:26:42.

the early part of next week. Some further rain on Saturday, some

:26:42.:26:46.

heavy. Hopefully a bit brighter on Sunday. The picture is improving and

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the winds are easing so if you get some sunshine on Sunday, it will

:26:49.:26:53.

start to feel a little warmer. It does turn breezy with more showers

:26:53.:26:56.

into Monday. Also, through the weekend, some quite chilly nights,

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particularly late in the weekend. Perhaps a touch of frost for some of

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us also. Thank you very much.

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That is, . Had a good evening. Good night.

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