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Welcome to the programme. In the programme tonight: Preparing for the

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greatest show on Earth. Huge excitement as the Tour de France

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announces its route to the region. With the two are coming to Britain

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it will be inspirational from a racing point of view. People will

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want to compete more and get into the sport a bit more. That and the

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rest of today's top stories now Police named the pensioner killed in

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his garage in Luton. A man has been arrested. Dawn raids

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by officers investigating a multi`million pound wine scam.

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And, pioneering new bone marrow treatment for a Milton Keynes boy

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could spell new hope for other patients.

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Good evening. First tonight, it s been called the greatest show on

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Earth and it's heading to the region. Today, the Tour de France

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released details of the route it will take through south

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Cambridgeshire and Essex when Stage Three comes here next July. We'll

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look at those in more detail in a moment, but first just an idea of

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the scale of the race. Cyclists ride more than 3,500 kilometres in 2

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stages. Around 12 million people line the routes, with a worldwide TV

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audience of three and a half billion, which is why there is so

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much excitement about it in Cambridge. Mike Cartwright was there

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and joins us now. Yes, today we learned that this

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sport is where it's all going to begin. These traffic lights are on

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the starting line for the Tour de France. In eight months time,

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instead of buses and cars, there will be hundreds of cyclists lined

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up here will stop big crowds. We expect the race to snake through the

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city, across Essex and into the capital. This will be the third

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stage. We knew the race was coming, but in

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Paris today, after months of speculation, we learned its route. A

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huge gathering there, anticipation here. Outside Kings in Cambridge, a

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place the Tour de France really had to pass. It is really important for

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the city, and the Tour de France is the biggest annual sporting event in

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the world. We probably won't have anything like this for a long time,

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and Cambridge is already on the map, but it really will cement its

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position as the cycling capital of the UK. Into my, the world's best

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strikers are coming to our part of the world with third stage starting

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in Kimmeridge. Mark Cavendish will be among them, described as the

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fastest man on two wheels. I know the roads and all three of the first

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stages of the Tour de France, I know the roads really well. Hopefully we

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can make a successful weekend for us. For the tour to come here it is

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being paid for by the government, but what of its legacy? More

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youngsters and women in cycling is the hope. Molly is from Huntingdon

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and is on the verge of joining the junior Olympic squad. I think, with

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the Tour de France coming to Britain, it will be inspirational

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from a racing point of view. People will want to compete more and get

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into the sport a bit more. The last time the Tour de France left France

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for the UK was in 2007, but in eight months time, the biggest bike race

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on the planet is heading to our part of the world.

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Today we spoke to a lot of people on this spot here in Cambridge. Most

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were very excited about it coming to the city. As for the economy, we are

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told it will generate somewhere between 100 and ?300 million. We

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have had some or information which could please some people, and it

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seems they are going to try and fill in every single pothole on the

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route. So, good news for drivers to. So,

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let's take a closer route at where the Tour will be going. Starting by

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Parker's Piece, the riders will turn towards the centre of the city, down

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Regents Street and Sidney Street before turning back past the

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historic colleges of St John's Trinity and Kings. They'll leave the

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city centre up Trumpington Street. They'll pass up Trumpington Road

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before turning left onto the A1 01. The peloton then travels down

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through Great Shelford, past Sawston, crossing the A505. They'll

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follow that road on past Hinxton under the A11, past Great

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Chesterford and on to Saffron Walden. Our reporter Ben Bland has

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been in Saffron Walden today to see the reaction there.

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A lone cyclist in saffron Walden, outnumbered by caste today, but next

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July, those on two wheels will rule this way. 200 of the world's best

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cyclists are coming to town, and that is good news for this cycling

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shop. The route goes right past the front door. Locally, everyone has

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been waiting to find out exactly where it is going to come through.

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There is a big cycling community here with clubs and also a race

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club. Interest in road bikes have been going phenomenally well. Next

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July, this street will be completely clear of traffic. The riders will

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make their way into saffron Walden, down Windmill Hill, and then further

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into Essex towards Braintree, past Chelmsford, before making their way

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to London where they will finish outside Buckingham Palace on the

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mall. But how challenging was part of the Tour de France be? We asked

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the game at university cycling captain to try it out. It is quite

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flat. It is quite open and exposed. As it gets towards saffron Walden,

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it is gently rolling. I don't think it will test them too much. If it is

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windy like today, they will find it tough. Of course, big sporting

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events draw big crowds, and that should mean a big boost for local

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businesses. We hope thousands of people will line the route to cheer

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the riders on, and hopefully, while they are here, they will be spending

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money in our shops and cafes and restaurants. They have got just

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eight months to prepare. Next July, this part of the region will be in

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the spotlight, hosting a global event that will be the one minutes.

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`` watched by millions. For more details on the specifics of

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the route, go to the Tour de France website. Later in the programme

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we'll be looking at the star riders, and the local ones to look out for.

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Other news now, and a man who was attacked in his garage yesterday

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afternoon has been named. 67`year`old Leonard Flower was

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pronounced dead at the scene in Carnegie Gardens in Luton. A man has

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been arrested in connection with his murder.

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Carnegie Gardens lies in a leafy part of Luton, a suburban mass of

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well`kept gardens, hanging baskets, and neat, roomy houses. But today, a

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police cordoned marks the tragedy that happened here yesterday

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afternoon when 67`year`old Leonard flower, a retired computer analyst,

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was savagely attacked as he tidied his garage. It was a woman

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delivering leaflets who found him and raise the alarm. The emergency

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services came very quickly, but it was too late. What is so shocking is

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that his wife was in the house the whole time and only became of aware

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of what was happening when she heard sirens and saw paramedics outside.

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Police say the family, including their two grown`up daughters, have

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been asked to be left alone to deal with the grief and shock of what has

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been happened. Tributes have been left here for Leonard. In this area,

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everyone knows everyone, so to find out that one of our friends has been

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killed is just terrible. In this area, there has never been anything

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like this before. It has shaken the whole neighbourhood. It is

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unbelievable. This is a quiet area. Last night, a 35`year`old man was

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arrested in Warwickshire on suspicion of murder, and is being

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questioned at Luton police station. Detectives say they have no clear

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motive for this crime and asked anyone with information to contact

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them. MPs in Bedfordshire have today

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raised further concerns about a federation which runs a group of

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academies free schools across the county and Hertfordshire. Barnfield

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Federation is currently under investigation by the Skills Funding

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Agency and the Department for Education.

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Barn Field has created something of an education empire in this region.

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Its approach to reforming schools was even praised by the Education

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Secretary Michael Gove two years ago. The new studio school is making

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sure that people who have a real aptitude for hands`on educational

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have a really aspirational place in which to experience great teaching

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and to allow their schools to develop. So, who and what is the

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Barnfield federation? It was formed in 2007 when it took over to failing

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schools, converting them into academies. Barnfield now has eight

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schools, with five in Luton. Now it is being investigated by two

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government departments. There has been an allegation made financial

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mismanagement. It is the allegation I passed on to the Department for

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Education, but it is really important, with everything else that

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is going on around free schools and academies, that Michael Gove steps

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up to the plate and look at this issue in detail. The Prime Minister

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has even been asked to widen the investigation, saying it should also

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look at White Barnfield's application to turn into a free

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school collapsed. With the Prime Minister use his good offices to

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ensure that the failed free school application is incorporated into

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this inquiry? The Barnfield federation said the investigation

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relates to this place, the Barnfield College, and not any of its

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academies. They also went on to point out that the investigation

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relates to the previous management here, and have nothing to do with

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the standards of education. Barnfield also points out that the

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college has significant cash reserves and is financially viable,

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so. And pupils, despite this investigation, it is business as

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usual. Three people have been arrested by

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police investigating a wine scam operating from Milton Keynes. They

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believe almost 200 victims have lost more than ?3 million. The company

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claimed it was selling fine wine as an investment over several years.

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But the wine had never been made. Raids were carried out by Thames

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Valley Police early today at two properties in Essex. Officers

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arrested a 22`year`old man, a 23`year`old woman, and a 47`year`old

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man on suspicion of fraud and money`laundering. Police say a

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company called worldwide wine investments, based in Milton Keynes,

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claimed to have been offering customers the opportunity to invest

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in fine wine from Bordeaux. The firm marketed itself nationally, with

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advertisements in the Telegraph and had printed brochures and a website.

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Investigating officers say the company had been carrying out its

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business from rented space in this office block in Milton Keynes. They

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say many victims were elderly, and had been cold called by the firm and

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persuaded to invest. In total, police say victims have lost more

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than ?3 million. Some paid out large sums from their pension funds. It

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was sophisticated. They set up a scheme whereby the wine was being

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imported from France, so people were invested in it before it was bottle.

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People had a long wait before they realised their investment.

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Meanwhile, the minute left the country and beat suspects left the

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offices. The arrests are the first in connection with what police are

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calling a serious financial fraud. Officers are now trying to trace the

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money that they believe worldwide wine investments made, but suspect

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much of this may have been transferred abroad. Please say that

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while the operation was run out of Milton Keynes, that victims are

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based all over the country, and that more may yet come forward.

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Eight people have been treated for injuries after a crash on the M on

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the Bedfordshire ` Buckinghamshire border. It happened on the

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northbound carriageway between junctions 13 and 14, and involved a

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lorry and two cars. The motorway was closed in both directions.

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And there have been problems for Greater Anglia rail passengers

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between Cambridge and London Liverpool Street this afternoon

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Overhead lines were damaged between Sawbridgeworth and Bishops

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Stortford, closing the line altogether. It meant long delays and

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cancellations. The lines were reopend just before 6pm but there

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are knock`on delays. A section of Bletchley Park which

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has been derelict for decades is to reopen as a new visitor centre

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thanks to an American internet security company. McAfee has signed

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a five`year deal with the World War Two code`breaking site to help

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develop it as a centre for educational excellence. Workshops

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will be run at the new Computer Learning Zone to educate visitors

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about the ever`evolving cyber threat. It's part of the ongoing

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restoration better. `` rate the care. Specialist

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dementia and nursing care here is quoted as ?750 per week.

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Also coming up: Who do watch out for when the best

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cyclist in the world come here for the Tour de France.

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Why drivers are being forced to pay the price of four lost parking. ``

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for careless parking. A schoolboy from Milton Keynes has

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become one of the first children in the world to undergo a transplant

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operation using a pioneering technique.

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Mohammed Ahmed was chosen because he needed a life saving bone marrow

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transplant. What makes this treatment special is that you don't

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need a perfect cell match and that could solve the problem of a

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shortage of donors. Helen Drew has been to the Great

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Ormond Street Hospital for our special report tonight.

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Enjoying a family afternoon in the playground but life has not always

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been so upbeat for this family. Mohamed Gedo four, waited years for

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a bone transplant. `` Muhammed, four. He has a weak immune system,

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as did his sister. He has become the second child in the world to try a

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new bone marrow transplant technique with his dad as a donor. They said

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to me, this treatment is the only home otherwise he could die. So we

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have not got a choice. We were just hoping and praying to God that he

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will get better. The treatment was carried out as part of a study at

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Great Ormond Street Hospital, along with the Institute Of Child Health.

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It allows the use of cells that are not a perfect match. The doctors

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take donated cells and engineers safety switch so that once the cells

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are put in the patient body, if they attack the body because they are not

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a patient match, they can effect be killed off. That will have

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applications beyond this particular study for other conditions. Some

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types of leukaemia, when some of those conditions are not treated

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with normal chemotherapy and need extra treatment. There is a whole

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bunch of studies in the pipeline, not just here but across the adult

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centres also, using the same platform of technology and the

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expertise that we have developed. For Mohammed Afroz family, it has

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been a success. He is taking his medication but a minimal amount to

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keep him better. `` Muhammed and his family. Otherwise, he is fine. He is

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all right. It is only a trial at the moment but the hope is that this new

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technique will help with donor shortages so that children like him

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not have to wait years for potentially life`saving operations.

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Let's return to our top story now ` the announcement that next summer's

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Tour de France will pass through our region. On Monday seventh July, the

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huge convoy will race from Cambridge through Essex and into London. Of

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course, the last two champions were from this country. Chris Froome won

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it this year and Sir Bradley Wiggins in 2012. So who are the hot tips for

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next year? This from Tom Williams. The Tour de France, the world's

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greatest annual sporting event. Next year, the 101st edition returning to

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these shores for the fourth time in a race the Brits have started to

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dominate. For me, it feels like a real privilege to have the tour

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coming to the UK. Going there as a defending champion, if you like. I

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was bowled over this year at the support we had in France so I can

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only imagine what it is going to be like. It is going to be massive.

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only imagine what it is going to be Chris Froome unquestionably OBD man

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to beat in 2014. Unflappable, , en route to winning this year. Cool

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under pressure and in the spotlight. For his opponents, no

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apparent weakness. Yes, I think definitely Chris Froome is again

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favourite but maybe also Rodriguez. He is now established as Team Sky's

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number one rider. However, Sir Bradley Wiggins could yet hold out

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`` help out. The two men have won the last two editions of the tour.

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It is unlikely there will be `` he will be ``. `` make up for Alberto

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Contador, winner of five grand jurors. Of course, Britain's Mark

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Cavendish, 25 stage wins putting him third on the all`time list. For the

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Tour de France to visit the UK for the second time in my career is

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something I could not have imagined. To be an ambassador, it is a great

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honour and I would love to be successful there. The world's

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greatest riders cycling the streets in this region. You won't need a

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ticket. A short while ago, I spoke to Ann

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Naylor from Essex County Council. She is the Cabinet Member for Public

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Health Wellbeing and is involved in planning for the Tour de France.

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She is delighted the race is coming to Essex.

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It is already a classic. It occurs and so many calendars and pitches of

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Essex. It just is the prettiest place in the world. It has a duck

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pond, a church, a slanting green. It is just such a pretty place.

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Millions of people will be watching on television and a lot of people

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will be watching live. Have you thought about the safety? Of course.

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We had a great history for the safety aspects being covered for the

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Olympic Games, we were in combination with the city of London

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and other forces while the Olympics were on in Stratford. We also have

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the white`water rafting and the mountain biking. The safety aspects

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were always on our mind. Have you put a value on this, how much you

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think it is worth to the county? No, we have not. It is really very

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difficult to quantify. It will not cost us anything in absolute terms.

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It is a self funding organisation. We just think that people will have

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a jolly good time. There will be marketing opportunities,

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opportunities for people to stay, to eat, to enjoy Essex. I think it is a

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great thing that is happening to us. You are the Cabinet Minister for

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health and well`being, how is the cycle race going to help you? Heart

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of the East of `` ethos of public health is that people should look

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after themselves and seeing people being active is a very important

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part of public health. We would encourage everybody to take up sport

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and to be active and to improve their general health. It is very

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important to me. Will you turn out and watches as it goes through? And

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hopeful! and watches as it goes through? And

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watch it as it goes through. If you're going to be involved, we

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would like to hear from you. You can phone or a nail or contact us

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through Twitter or Facebook. We look forward to hearing from you. `` a

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nail. There are claims today that hundreds

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of drivers have been fined for offences in a council`run car park

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because they were forgetful or a bit careless. The scale of the fines in

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the market Town of Sudbury in Suffolk has been made known under

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the Freedom of Information act. The main offences were for people

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not displaying a ticket in their windscreen ` even though parking is

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free for the first three hours. And others have been forced to pay a

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penalty because they didn't ` or couldn't ` park within the allocated

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bays. Mike Liggins reports. The Station Road car park in Sudbury

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and everything is fine. Unless, that is, you get a fine. It is actually

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free to parking is car park but you do need a ticket. If you do not have

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one, you will get a ticket. To explain, you get three hours free

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parking but you do need a ticket putting your window. Last year, 2851

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people were fined ?25 for not displaying a ticket. The reason we

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know this is because David Holland, who runs a curtain shop in the town,

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admitted a Freedom of Information request to the district council. We

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want people to come here and spend their money. We want people to come

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and visit us. It is a lovely old marketing. We need people to come

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here. The last thing we want is parking regimes from the district

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council which actually makes people want to stay away. That is precisely

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what is happening now. Back in the car park, the car park attendant has

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spotted us. Not keen to appear on TV, he takes refuge behind a tree. I

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could not help noticing that you are a bit wonky. Also last year, 342

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people were fined. A bit wonky. For not parking in the base properly.

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Keen to stop people getting a ticket, I decided to put one or two

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on the straight and narrow. It is not brilliant. You have said it

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yourself. We would not want you to get a fine now, would we? No. Want

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another go? I think I will. get a fine now, would we? No. Want

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District Council collected ?87,000 in car parking fines last year. A

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spokesperson said they would much prefer people to use it

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appropriately so they did not have to give friends. A warning he did by

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our friend Robert. `` give out fines.

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He would make an excellent parking attendant. An alternative career!

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He would make an excellent parking Sometimes. But

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He would make an excellent parking Sometimes. That is not what you told

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me just now. If I have a lot of time. You like to park on the line

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and then you know where you are. I think I would be find all the time

:24:16.:24:18.

at that car park. Let's have a look at the weather.

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at that Good evening. We have really like

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the weather last night. Mark sent us this photograph showing a lightning

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bolt in the hub, just above that, in central Milton Keynes. Things did

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calm down a bit more today. We have seen something conditions across the

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region. There was some showers first thing. This is our satellite and

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reader looking, showing the front that borders the rain. Then we for

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brighter skies. `` that brought us the room. It has stayed quite windy

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but they have now eased and they will continue to do so overnight.

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Whether clear skies and light winds, that means we are in for a chilly

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night from last May. Temperatures certainly getting down into single

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figures across the board. `` last night. The chance of mist and fog

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forming into tomorrow. They will be quite isolated. These are the

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typical temperatures we can expect in towns and cities. Certainly, I'd

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no country said, it could let what about colder. Take a couple of

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degrees of those values. In terms of winds, we have a south`westerly. ``

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quite a bit colder. It is going to be a chilly start to tomorrow but

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quite a fine autumn day with sunny spells and light winds. It should be

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quite comfortable. Any mist and fog clearing away quite quickly and

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plenty of sunshine through tomorrow morning. As we get into the

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afternoon, the tendency for a bit more cloud to start to form. The

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winds should stay light and it should stay dry for all tomorrow.

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Temperatures getting to around 16 degrees. That is 61 Fahrenheit. The

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winds clinging to a southeasterly direction but a light went for most

:25:55.:25:57.

of the day and then we have got changes on the way. The amount of

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cloud will increase from the West into the evening and overnight.

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Eventually bringing a family. Some of this could be quite heavy. ``

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bringing us some rain. If this is how the rain, weather is shaping up.

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It is all coming in on this area of low pressure. `` this is how the

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weather is shaping up. Going to keep those in strong winds into the

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weekend and for the start of next week. Make the most of tomorrow. It

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will be a fine day indeed. Increasing amounts of cloud later on

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will bring us rain and it should clear away through Friday. It is

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going to stay very windy through the day on Friday. Temperatures

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climbing. Still quite mild. Some of this rain is heavy. A better

:26:39.:26:41.

prospect of something drier, perhaps brighter, into the afternoon. At the

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moment, a dry start to weaken. Still windy. Some rain turning up later on

:26:46.:26:54.

Saturday. Some heavy showers around for Sunday. Overnight lows, don't

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forget that tonight will be our chilly night but after that, we get

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into double figures. We have some mild nights on the you very much.

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That is it. We will see you tomorrow. Good night.

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Goodbye.

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