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from the BBC News at Six. So it s goodbye from me, and on

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Good evening. Why the government is planning to draw funds from a super

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incinerator planned the King 's Lynn. That the rest of today's top

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stories now with Amanda. A man has been arrested in the Caribbean on

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suspicion of a murder back home in Luton. Thousands sign a petition

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calling for East Coast Trains to stay in public ownership. And it's

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just too scary. Why police have told this householder to tone down his

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Halloween display. Good evening. A man has been

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arrested in the Caribbean on suspicion of a murder back home in

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Luton. 20`year`old Jordan Macguire was stabbed outside his home on the

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Marsh Farm estate in May. Bedfordshire Police say a

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30`year`old man was arrested in Trinidad on Wednesday. Our reporter

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Neil Bradford is in our Luton newsroom and joins us now. Yes,

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detectives from the National crime agency have been liaising with

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officers from the Trinidad and Tobago police service for more than

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a fortnight now. It's my understanding that officers had

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already travelled to another Caribbean island in search of their

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main suspect who use to live in Luton. But the breakthrough came on

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Wednesday night in Trinidad's capital, more thousand `` more than

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4000 miles away from the scene of the murder. The search for Jordan

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Macguire's killer began close to home. Police believed the answers

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would lie here on the Marsh Farm estate. 20`year`old Jordan was

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stabbed outside his home on the evening of Sunday, May 26. He died

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in hospital a few hours later. His family who had lived on the estate

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of the ten years, said he was a popular and likeable young man with

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many friends. A shrine in his memory, some mounted a near constant

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vigil. Five months since his murder, the search for a suspect went from

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Luton to the Caribbean. On Wednesday night, more than 4000 miles from

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Bedfordshire, and man was arrested in the capital of Trinidad. Officers

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from the Trinidad and Tobago police service have named him as a Jason

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Nelson, a 30`year`old born in grenade who used the living Luton.

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It's thought he was living with relatives. Detectives travelled to

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the Caribbean and have been liaising with the National crime agency in

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Trinidad for more than a fortnight. Extradition proceedings are now

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underway. That process to bring Jason Nelson backs of this country

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to face the UK justice system is likely to be a lengthy one. It could

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take many weeks, many months, possibly even longer. Britain does

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have a lengthy one. It could take many weeks, many months, possibly

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even longer. Britain does have an exhibition and Tobago, and

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detectives in Luton are keeping their fingers crossed tonight that

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that will speed up the process. Neal, thank you very much indeed.

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Two men have been charged with murder and robbery in connection

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with the death of Jamie McMarn, in Northampton. The body of 26`year`old

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Jamie was found by a member of the public in St Giles Churchyard, in

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the centre of the town just over two weeks ago. A 19`year`old and

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32`year`old man from Northampton have been charged. The government

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has pulled the plug on ?170 million worth of funding for a new

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incinerator in King's Lynn. The junior minister admitted the

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decision is likely to create difficulties for the local County

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Council. So where does it leave this controversial project? Nikki Fox

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reports. What to do with Norfolk's waste has been an issue debated for

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over three years. It'd placed into landfill or burn to name

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incinerator? Many don't want a burning thing near their homes.

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Today the government decided to withdraw its funding for the

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project. We know there are better ways to dispose of waste, a number

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of incinerator is very close to the border of Norfolk, which could burn

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waste, so I think we have to look at the whole strategy. The government

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says is pulling the plug on the money because recycling rates are

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being increased and the incinerator might not be needed. In a statement

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it told us: Barry runs a hair salon three

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quarters of a mile from the plant and many, like him, welcomed the

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news. My heart missed a beat, to start with, because it's something

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we fought so hard for over the last three or four years. And, at last,

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we have got some results. It's absolutely amazing. But it's not

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that simple. Until today's decision, savings were predicted ?8 million a

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year compared with the costs of sending to landfill. The government

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has withdrawn funding of ?6.7 million a year, deducting that from

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the 8 million, the council points out the incinerator could still save

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?1.3 million a year but if it decides to pull out of the contract,

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it could face up to ?30 million penalty charges. That's why the

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council says today's is disappointing. It's bad but equally,

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it has to go ahead because we can't afford to pull out of it. Money

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talks. What will it mean for services in Norfolk? If they cancel

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it, the consequences to the Norfolk taxpayer would be severe. The final

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decision will be October 29. They have to balance their books with a

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possible impact on the ballot box. A 23,000 signature petition has been

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handed to the Department for Transport today calling for East

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Coast Trains to remain in public ownership. Services run from

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Scotland, the north east through Peterborough, Stevenage and on to

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London. When the sale back to the private sector was announced in

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March, the Transport Secretary, Patrick Mcloughlin, said it would

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mean improvement to services. Now there's a growing campaign for that

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sale not to take place. East Coast Trains and the question, who should

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be in the driving seat. Most trains are run by private companies, but

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the service on this line that goes through Peterborough is owned by the

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government, labour and the unions want to keep it that way. The Green

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party wants to go even further. We are firmly behind a nationalised

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public transport system. And the system which works in an integrated

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fashion and a system which is fair. We would like to bring the whole of

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the service back into public ownership, and C British Rail back.

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Simple as that. The East Coast mainline service has had a troubled

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history. GM ER run it for 11 years but in 2007 ran into financial

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problems and had to quit. National Express took over but two years

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later it gave up. It made losses. Since then, the service has been

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publicly owned. Last year made a profit of more than ?200 million.

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Largely because passengers made 90 million journeys on the line. And

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increase on the year before. The company that runs these trains is

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owned by the government, so that makes us, as taxpayers, shareholders

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so when it makes a profit, the money goes to the government and can be

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reinvested in station upgrades and rail improvements like new platforms

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being built here. That is in a good year. The downside of public

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ownership is that, if it made a loss, that would fall onto the

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taxpayer. Our passengers that bothered? It doesn't matter who runs

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it as long as it's on time and affordable. I'm happy how it is at

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the moment so I would like to see it stay. I think they do a good job.

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I've never had problems so far. I think it should stay in public

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ownership. I think the best solution is whatever gives the best service

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to the users online, state or private ownership, I'm not sure The

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government is committed to finding a private company to run this route,

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and says that is the best way to secure services. Some have expressed

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an interest, believing they can succeed where others have failed.

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Staying with transport. The new A43 link road is taking shape. The dual

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carriageway will link Stanion near Corby to Great Oakley near

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Kettering. The idea, to provide a main route through to the A14, with

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access to the Midlands or across to Felixstowe and into Europe. Today

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Look East was given a tour of the site. A sneak preview of what is to

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come. Local dignitaries were today shown how the work here is

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progressing. Within 12 months, this mud road will be a busy dual

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carriageway linking Corby to be a 14, and will replace the old single

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carriageway route. Corby has been growing as the county has in

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general, and the traffic has been growing as well. As such, the old

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road was struggling to keep up with capacity. The idea for a link road

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was first outlined in a government white paper back in 1987. The

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Finance and planning permission came through 20 years later. Some local

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environmentalists have opposed the scheme because it cuts through open

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countryside but after a public enquiry, the road is now close to

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completion. The budget for this project is ?34 million. During

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construction, 1.3 million tonnes of earth have been escalated and once

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it's finished, the road will be 6.5, it is long. It will ease congestion

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for heavy goods vehicles and commuters in the rush`hour. But

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nearby villages will also benefit. At the moment, there's something

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20,000 vehicles going through that village, of which more than half are

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heavy goods vehicles. To take them out particularly will be a huge

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thing for them. The link road is a great idea because small villages

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like this have a lot of character, with the bridge and the river in the

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middle of the time, so the link road will take the heavy traffic away. It

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will stop lorries driving to the village which will make the village

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must safer. Lots of children need to cross the road to get to school and

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it's a very dangerous road across, so, in that sense, it'll make a

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massive difference to the village. If the weather remains mild and it's

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a very dangerous road across, so, in that sense, it'll make a massive

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difference to the village. If the weather remains milder this winter,

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the A man from Stevenage has been told by police to tone down the

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Halloween display on his house because it's too scary. James

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Crayton says that the police received a complaint from the parent

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of a child who cried on seeing the decorations. Louise Hubball reports.

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Halloween is almost two weeks away but in this suburban street, one

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house already has a gruesome decorations. What started as a

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charity fundraiser has ended with a complaint to police after a child

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walking past became tearful. Now the display must be toned down. Local

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residents we spoke to say that is ridiculous. I brought my

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five`year`old son appear yesterday and he absolutely loved it. He wants

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to come back at night time because it wasn't dark. He spent hours

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decorating the house and it's brilliant. To be honest with you,

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it's fantastic to raise money for charity. To get the police involved

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is over the top. The owner James Crayton runs a local bar and told us

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that no one had complained to him and he has already raised ?1800 for

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charity. He added Halloween are supposed to be scary, but some, it

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seems, wanted more scary than others. MK Dons manager Karl

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Robinson has told Look East he's happy to remain in charge of the

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club. Robinson has been strongly linked to the vacant manager's

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position at Sheffield United. But he says he is committed to the Dons.

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The club has a young squad with half of the players under the age of 22

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and Robinson wants to see them fulfil their potential. We have got

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some wonderfully young talented players and I want to see the

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development through. The fans mean so much to me and my family are

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happy so I'm just 100% dedicated to this football club. The iconic

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footwear brand, Dr Martens, owned by a family firm for over half a

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century could be sold, according to industry speculation. The price tag

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is thought to be ?300 million. A private equity firm, Permira, is

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thought to be the potential buyer. Family firm, R Griggs are not

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commenting. Later, Alex has the weather. First back to David and

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Susie for the rest The southbound track will be shut

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between the B1106 Elvedon crossroads and the Fiveways roundabout.

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Still to come, memories of polio. We speak to a survivor of a major

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outbreak in Essex. And Alex will have the weather. Yes, the weekend

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weather brings us a typical autumn forecast. Rain at times, some

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showers but staying on the mild side. I will bring you details

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later. Plans to replace regular soldiers

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with reservists are "on the rocks", according to a local MP. John Baron

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says the Government's proposals are unrealistic and could waste

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taxpayers' money. The Ministry of Defence says it's confident that it

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can achieve the required numbers of reservists by 2018.

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Royal Anglian reservists on exercise in Croatia. Within five years, more

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than one in three soldiers could be a part timer. As the Government cut

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the number of regular battalions, it is looking for men like these to

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plug the gap. To shed full`time soldiers when it struggles to

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recruit odds `` reservists is a policy on the rocks, said one

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critic. The time has come to say to say hold to the axing of the regular

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battalions until we know the reservists plan is viable and

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cost`effective. Otherwise the taxpayer could bear the brunt of

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many false economies. A fairly `` a fellow Essex MP referred to a leaked

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memo from last August. Over 300 recruits joined between January and

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June. That missed a target. The army is on course to reduce only 50% of

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the 2013, 2014 target. In Croatia, I caught up with one private. He says

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fewer people are volunteering. Especially these days, because

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everything is all electrical and everything is at the push of a

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button. The great outdoors sort of puts people off. People have got it

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to comparable. They don't like the sound of hard work. Hundreds of

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local reservists continue to serve in Afghanistan. The Government says

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?1.8 billion is being spent on training and supporting new

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recruits. 11,000 more are needed. We need an additional 20 reservists

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from each Parliamentary constituency across the country to do that. I

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believe we certainly can. This is a challenging proposition but a

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workable one. We can do this. Let's get on with it.

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The Commons debate may have lasted just three hours. The wider debate

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will go on for years. Polio is a disease we do not hear

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much about any more. But as recently as the 1950s, the disease was right.

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In 1957, the Essex port of Brightlingsea was in a state of

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panic. 62 people, most of them young children, had contracted polio. It's

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a story which has never been told ` until now. One of the survivors of

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the outbreak, Roy Birnie, has written a book about what he calls

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the Essex plague. My name is Roy Birnie. I got polio

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when I was eight. The doctor came and saw me and told me I had to go

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to hospital to get well. An hour later the ambulance men turned up

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with masks on and white coats, and they strapped me to a stretcher and

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carried me downstairs and put me in the ambulant and off I went. Roy

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Birnie had polio at the age of eight and has had a lifetime of ill

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health. You may think you would be better body is not. This is where

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you finished up. Black Notley was the hospital were Roy Birnie was

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kept in an isolation ward. Yet get `` I can remember seeing my mother

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and my brother and different relations, looking in through the

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window. They were not allowed in. We were not allowed out of bed. One day

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when she came, I really wanted to get out of bed. I tried to get out

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of bed, eventually got out of bed and collapsed on the floor.

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In the mid`1950s, before immunisation, there were 4000 cases

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of polio in this country. It was and still is a virus which attacks the

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nervous system and can cause paralysis. In 1957, Roy Birnie was

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one of 62 people in Brightlingsea who contracted polio and had to be

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hospitalised. People were frightened to come in to Brightlingsea. The

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pubs were very empty. It was terrible. The council health crisis

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meetings. Health Authority is. It was an awful time. It was a town in

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plague mode. Today polio is endemic in only three countries. In Nigeria,

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Afghanistan and Pakistan. Could it return to Britain? It is highly

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unlikely but not impossible. I get very cross when mothers or parents

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refuse to have their children inoculated. There is a lot of that

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goes on still. That worries me. The academies was came back with a

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vengeance last year. Roy has had his share of ups and downs over the

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years. Operations, and amputation. But he has enjoyed a happy married

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life with children and grandchildren. He is delighted by

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Bill Gates's work to rid the world of polio altogether. Roy Birnie,

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soon enough. `` that cannot come soon enough.

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Now, a testimonial is typically offered to a player as a reward for

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their loyal service to their club, they're seldom offered to the head

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coach. Bedford Blues' Mike Rayer is celebrating ten years as a head

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coach and a player. In that time he's taken the team from near

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bankruptcy to within a whisker of the Premiership. James Burridge has

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been to see him at his testimonial dinner.

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Mike Rayer, player, coach, tea maker. The life as boss of a

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championship Rugby club is no picnic. His dedication has brought

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more than its share of awards. Nearly 3000 people come through

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these gates on a Saturday afternoon. There were 1800, I came. I was set

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out to get players playing and enjoying themselves and the crowd of

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people coming in here at three o'clock. It is the best afternoon's

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in `` entertainment in Beds. M was an established international in mood

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for a change. He packed his bags and took his family to Bedford. He was

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the first player in professional rugby to demand a transfer fee. When

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the top job became available, they were back for more. He has brought

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that respect, the way he played rugby for Cardiff, he has brought

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that to Bedford. You know that you will have a 15 man game when you see

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Bedford. The longer you are in the job, and as this is being honest,

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the more pressure you put on yourself. I am an absolute fanatic

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for basics. That drives me insane. He is a very fair coats. If we are

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playing well, it is positive chat. But if it is not happening, you

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definitely know about it. You work here to? Yes, Mike is the boss 95

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and I am the boss at home. That is the only time he gets the chance to

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tell me what to do. It is a big occasion and I am really proud of

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him. I've never told him that. He really does Dallas `` does deserve

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it. I asked him where is home, Cardiff Bedford. What would you say?

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I don't know what answer he has given new! What the question. It is

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where you live at the time. Miners Bedford. Obviously I was. But I do

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love Bedford. It would be hard to move back to Cardiff. While the

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green grass of the club has seen its ups and downs, Mike is the driving

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force behind the resurgence of the club. That is worth celebrating.

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She wears the trousers at home, obviously. Smokehouses have long

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provided a distinctive way to both preserve fish and give them a

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distinctive flavour. But controlling the precise amount of smoke has

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always been tricky. Step forward the digital smokehouse. The technology

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means an exact control over the temperature, using wooden blocks

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that burn on hotplates. Felicity Simper reports from Stock in Essex.

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People I've been smoking food for over 5000 years. At this smokers, an

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ancient technique has a digital twist. It is high`tech but it is

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very user`friendly and it produces a very consistent, repeatable effect.

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The trout will be smoked in exactly the same way, the same amount of

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smoke and flavour each time. Controlled digitally, it is still

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time`consuming. It takes three days to smoke a salmon. They also smoked

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trout, cheese, salt, garlic and Coffey. The secret of this system is

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that this kid is that biscuits only burn for 20 minutes. They produce a

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very delicate, refined smoke which transfers into labour. The business

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has been running for only three weeks, inspired after the couple

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attended a course. We started in a filing cabinet. It is a two tier

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filing cabinet. And we called it Winston like Winston children ``

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Wilson Churchill, smoking away! `` Winston Churchill. And this is about

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as local as it gets. Just down the road is a reservoir are stocked with

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45,000 rainbow trout. Anglers can come here, kept their fish and then

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go and get it smoke. We actually have got sponsored by the Essex

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innovation programme. They mentored us and helped us to build this

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smokers. We got a business consultant and help with that. And

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also PR help. Most people conjure up an image of an old shed with smoke

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billowing out of the roof and smoke everywhere. And obviously in this

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age, we felt that really was a step too far back. We decided to build a

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purpose`built smokehouse that had a bit of a modern twist. It seems to

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be working. It is already popular at local markets. A traditional process

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brought up to date with mouthwatering results.

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It is not fair. Everybody in the gallery is saying, it is making is

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hungry! I heard you saying that earlier it is looking autumnal this

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weekend? It certainly is. A typical of forecast awaits. There will be

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some rain at times. Also some showers. It would be quite windy on

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Sunday. We should see some sunshine. It will feel warm and sunshine.

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Today it has been about this weather system. We are currently behind the

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warm front. It has brought a lot of cloud across the region. Some spots

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of rain. It has not amounted to a great deal. We are still not quite

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done with it yet. This evening we may see Spitz and spots of light

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rain. Some drier interludes in between. A lot of dry weather during

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the middle part of the night. The chance of rain towards dawn. A brisk

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breeze. It will stay on the mild side. Milder than last night. 1011

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degrees is as low as we will go. Typically around 12 Celsius. Into

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the weekend, this is our pressure pattern. Low pressure very much the

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driving system of the whole thing. You can see a bit of a squeeze on

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the isobars. A brisk breeze for tomorrow. This weather front getting

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away but they may be a kick on it. We may see some showery rain first

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thing tomorrow. There are signs that part of Essex, Eastern Suffolk, made

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see something more persistent and heavy. The trend will be for this

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rain to clear away. We should start to see something drier and brighter,

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particularly in the West. For the East, it would `` it may well stay

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cloudy with some further showery rain. It should gradually clear

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away. Where we get the sunshine, 16 or 17 degrees. That is above average

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for the time of the year. Into the afternoon, the rain generally clears

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away. One to showers following behind. A largely dry night. A much

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better prospect to start Sunday. Some sunshine, but also some

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showers. These can turn heavy. They should clear away quite quickly. The

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next weather system approaches on Monday and Tuesday. Some more wet

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weather. Essentially it is staying mild by day. Overnight lows in

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double figures. Thank you very much. The heating stays off for at

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least another week. I'm afraid mine is on! Goodbye.

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