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changes to grading and assessment. That is all from

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Tonight, live pictures as the region's Fire crews had just walked

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out on strike. They will not return until 11pm. There are warnings to

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hope `` postpone private fireworks parties. Hello and welcome to Look

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East. In the programme tonight. . Burgled while she visited her

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terminally ill husband, a grandmother begs for family

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heirlooms to be returned. Back at the canoeing course where he

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won gold, Etienne Stott looks back ` and forward.

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And strong winds forecast for Saturday night. All the details

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later. Good evening. It's one of their

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busiest nights of the year. But right now fire`fighters across the

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region are beginning a 4.5 hour strike. They're urging the public to

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postpone bonfire celebrations until tomorrow. Here's what they're

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striking over ` at the moment, fire`fighters retire at 55, but the

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government wants to raise that to 60. Union members say it's a

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physical job and forcing older fire`fighters to stay on the front

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line is "unrealistic and dangerous". Ben Bland is at the station in

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Cambridge where the picket line is about to form.

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As you can see behind me, these firefighters have now come out on

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strike along with hundreds of others right across our region. The strike

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that happened back in September was at a very quiet time of the day It

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was in the middle of the afternoon. Tonight, it is happily much busier

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time. It is a evening, and bonfire night, people may be going to events

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or planning their own things in the garden at home. It is also the last

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Friday of half term. The rows will be even busier than normal. The fire

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service often attends and held out a road accidents. The timing of the

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strike could really put pressure on the fire service across the region

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this evening. They are urging people to take extra care. Strike almost

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right, the show will go on. Bedford Rugby club is getting ready to host

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its fireworks display tonight. It has been five months in the planning

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and they are determined not to disappoint the 4000 people they are

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expecting. They are used to crowd here because of rugby matches. We

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have precautions in place and they will answer my 99 map `` my 99

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calls. They are happy that we go`ahead with this. Our chief safety

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officer is a fireman. Across the region, contingency plans are in

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effect. My 99 calls will be answered. Some Fire services will be

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using part`time workers or senior offices. We have contingency cover

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for the whole county but it will be based on availability. We are urging

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people to be very careful considering our close we are to

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bonfire night. To attend where possible organised events. For

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people coming back on the roads for half term, to be particularly

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careful. The rows between the Fire Brigade union and the government.

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The plans are to raise the retirement age to 16. There's also a

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plan to introduce a fitness test which the union believes that for

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some people to retire early. We have put together one of the best hackers

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years in the public sector. It is rightly generous because

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firefighters perform a vital service. It will `` they will be

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based on their capability. This is the second strike in six weeks and

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even `` the side cannot reach agreement, there is another plan for

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next week. It is a particularly cold night here but the firefighters will

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be on the picket line for the next four hours until the strike finishes

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at 11pm. Cars going past have been sounding their walls and support,

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some of them. Firefighters in Northamptonshire and Bedfordshire

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will also be taking part in the strike. Neither side is backing down

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this evening. That further strike I mentioned is due to happen between

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6pm and 8pm on Monday morning unless they can strike a deal in the

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meantime. Keith Handscomb is from the Fire

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Brigades' Union in this region. I asked him whether members could

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expect the public's the board when they chose to strike on bonfire

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night weekend. We were actually hoping not to go on strike at all.

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But we chose the Friday night and the Sunday, or Monday morning,

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because by our research, the vast number of public events will be

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happening on Saturday and on November the 5th itself. So we

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carefully selected the Friday and Sunday to avoid that. You say try to

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not affect the bonfire weekend, but people are travelling back from half

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term, it is also Halloween. There will be plenty of people out there.

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Members say it is dangerous to work on the front line until 60, but

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surely striking today is also dangerous. There is no good time for

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an emergency front line service to go on strike. Some provisions are in

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place, busy they will not be as good as the professional immediate

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response is that you get from the professionals. But we also agree

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that if there is a major incident, a terrorism incident, we will cause ``

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call our members back. Let's talk about one of those grievances, the

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retirement age. The armed forces have also had their pensions

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changed, they will work till 60 why can't you? You don't see many

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60`year`old soldiers operating on the front line in war zones. But

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firefighters work on the operational side all the way through their

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career. At the age of 60, even the government's evidence shows, that

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the vast majority of firefighters face the problem of being sacked

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before the age of 16 and they get their pension because of the high

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level of fitness that needs to be maintained. Keith Handscomb, this is

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the second time in six weeks that members have walked out, how long

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are you prepared to fight for? We hope to have talks soon, we have

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written to the Minister. It seems to us that the government had no

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intention of changing their plans despite the public seeming to

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understand that it is not reasonable or professional to have 60`year`old

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firefighters. I hope they come to the table. If they do game, it could

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be a long dispute. Next tonight the sheer human cost of

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burglary. A pensioner from Cambridgeshire was targeted as she

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was out visiting her terminally ill husband. Ann Ward's bungalow in

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Impington was ransacked. The thieves got away with thousands of pounds

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worth of jewellery much of it with great sentimental value. Mike

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Cartwright went to meet Mrs Ward. I walked into the kitchen and

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straightaway, stood on broken glass. I turned and put the light on and

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obviously saw the window had been smashed in. Ann Ward had just got

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home after visiting her husband Frank who is terminally ill with

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cancer. A son, Darren, is disable and need constant care. And not to

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deal with. And now this. Devastated, really. I don't need all this with

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everything else I have got going on. She rushed to her bedroom. The room

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had been ransacked. Boxes of jewellery emptied. It was all tipped

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on the bed and on the floor. My jewellery was gone. A lifetime of

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jewellery. That my husband had bought me over the years and that I

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had bought myself and also presents from people. Precious belongings

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stolen a recent spate of burglaries. A Breitling watch was stolen, a

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1950s antique. Also a gold ghillie chain, and antique. Very own usual.

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`` a gold did the chain. If you have seen it, get in touch with us. Had

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he. `. `` had you feel about these people? As a Christian, I'm trying

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not to feel bitter and horrible And have a ` Ann Ward used to feel quite

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safe in this house. No longer. I left all the lights on in this

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house. But I have to stay here. I will not let them get the better of

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me. She is determined to get over this, otherwise, she says, the

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burglars have one. `` the burglars have won.

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The bomb disposal squad was called to Kettering this morning after the

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discovery of several World War II devices. Northamptonshire Police say

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they carried out a warrant at a house in Highfield Road where they

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found the devices. A section of the road was cordoned off and two houses

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evacuated. The devices were examined and found to be no threat ` no

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controlled explosion was needed Ram raiders have got away with a

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cash machine from a post office and convenience store in Bedfordshire.

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They smashed through the wall of the shop in Clifton using a stolen JCB.

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Two cars were also damaged. It's thought three people made their

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escape in a stolen white pick`up truck. Police are examining CCTV and

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asking witnesses to come forward. A word of congratulation to our

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colleague Jonathan Vernon`Smith at BBC Three Counties Radio. He has won

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a gold and silver Gillard award That's the competition which

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recognises the best in BBC local radio.

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goal is simple, inspire and energise them to do more.

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Still to come, the experts give their verdict on this week's big

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storm. Plus remember our Olympic games

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venue, it gets ready for a weekend of white water action.

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Next tonight, the small European state of Macedonia. It's a

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land`locked country of two million people and it's where Mother Teresa

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was born. John Toshack used to manage the country's football team

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and it's one of the latest countries to apply to join the European Union.

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That application has sparked a wider debate about the future direction of

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the European Union. Does that matter to us here in the East of England?

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Well yes, according to one of our leading Euro MPs. Tonight's special

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report is from our political correspondent Andrew Sinclair.

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This is Macedonia. It is part of the former Yugoslavia. The capital is

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and the main industries here are food and chemical production. It has

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32% unemployment and a third of people live below the poverty line.

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In a few years time, Macedonia could be part of the EU. As Europe has

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grown, trade has grown and we are all more prosperous. Every family in

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the east of England is more wealthy because of us trading in Europe. He

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has been chosen by the European powers to oversee Macedonia's

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application. He points out that Johnson already has a production

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plant in the country. He is sure that more firms will benefit.

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Neighbouring countries of Montenegro, Serbia, Iceland are all

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applying for EU membership. At the European Parliament, not everyone is

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happy. Some feel Europe is getting too big. We welcome the principle of

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enlargement, but before we get onto enlarging it any longer, we need to

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sort it out. We need a fundamental reshaping and bring about great

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change in the EU. These are poor countries, there are 100 million

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population in those countries who would be entitled to come to the

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rest of Europe, including the UK. Also, the idea that you can make

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poor countries rich and make us richer by trading with them is a

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circular argument. Why does all this matter? With European elections

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approaching, there is a big debate about what the EU is ready for and

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what it should look like in the future. Should it continue to expand

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and provide more opportunities, particularly for business and

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travel? Macedonia's application is bog down in a row with Greece. It'll

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still be some time before it joins the EU. In fact, depending on our

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referendum, they could be joining just as Britain is leading. ``

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believing. And you can see a round`up of the

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week's political news from the region on this weekend's edition of

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Sunday Politics. It's at eleven o'clock this Sunday, here on BBC

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One. This time last year, Ipswich Town

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were in the doldrums and there was unrest on the stands. But then,

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exactly a year ago today, the club appointed Mick McCarthy as its new

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manager. Since then, Town's fortunes have been on the up. And for the

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first time in years they can start to dream about promotion to the

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Premier League. Tonight, Ipswich take on Barnsley at Portman Road.

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Let's go there now and join our sports reporter James Burridge.

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That old sporting cliche, what a difference a year makes. It could

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not be more true here. Look at a few facts. One year ago, they were seven

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points clear of safety at the bottom of the Championship, now they are

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seven points from the play`offs. Can fans start to dream?

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Unorthodox entrance, but after 12 months, Mick McCarthy has Ipswich

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heading the right way. I could not resist it. After a rocky few years.

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Welcome to Portman Road. A year to the day since replacing Paul, with

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Ipswich in real trouble. it is a great time at. Are you proud of what

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you have achieved? I guess so. I think at the end of last season,

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there was a sense of achievement. Last year has been good. It has been

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very exciting. Frustrating, annoying, sometimes. It was a

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success considering where we were last year. This year, we're doing

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OK. Should be doing better. He boasts an impressive record since

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taking charge, 46 games, 19 wins, 12 draws, 69 points in all. It carried

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that would have earned them a place in the top six last season. 13 games

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into the new campaign, whilst not in promotion form, they are comfortably

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mid`table. Much better than expected. He has come and the main

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thing is he has put a smile on the face of the players and the

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supporters. The results have been mixed, but they are an improvement

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on a year ago. Is their pressure on him to deliver promotion sooner

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rather than later? The fans are the biggest pressure gauge for us. Yes,

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there is pressure to achieve. But there is an understanding that what

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he has done with the team, we have the right team and there are always

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improvements we can make. We have the right team and that has been

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proved in the results and why should we not go up at the end of the

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season? Having inherited an ageing squad, it has been a period of

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transition. 20 of the club's 28 professionals are under 25. It is a

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healthier, happier place to be. Let's speak to a legend and get his

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insights. Mick Mills joins us. Mick, the past 12 months, how would you

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describe them? They have been superb. I think he was the right

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choice at the time. He has done what everyone expected him to do. Do fans

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have to be realists? Is the Premier League a dream too far? To be this

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year. One step at a time. What he has done in one year is tremendous.

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He has organised the defence, first of all, he has a solid unit, players

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are happy playing under him and the results are steady. Whether he can

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push this team into the play`offs, I am unsure. He may not be getting the

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Republic of Ireland job, so that some consistency. I hope not, from

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Mick's personal point of view, it may have been nice to be asked, a

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couple of weeks ago, it was serious stuff, now I think he will stay.

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Thank goodness for that. Coverage with Mick and the Suffolk team on

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BBC Radio Suffolk at 7:45pm. We remember the gold medal in the

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canoeist `` canoeing. I have been back with him where he won that

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amazing gold medal with his partner, Tim Bailey. You will find some of

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the world's best canoeists, . It is the hardest course of the

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world. Any one section would probably be the hardest in any other

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course. This is continuous, intense. You have to be positive and clear

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minded. If you start to timidly, it'll be a mistake. He starts to

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aggressively that can be a mistake. Just over 100 of the world's best

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canoeists will be here at the weekend, some starting for the first

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time, some champions. With the world Championships coming up, this is

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vital practice time. It is a good course. I won the last Olympic games

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here. For me, it is the best course in the world. It is a difficult

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course, but... A little bit further on, you can see the big drop behind

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me, that is probably the most significant test on the course. You

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are always trying to get the precision, a small difference can be

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a big difference after the drop. Two years ago, 16`year`old George

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Cooper was just passing by a canoe club. My dad asked me if I wanted to

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have a go. I spoke to one of the people, through on St Kitts and had

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a go. When was that? About two years ago. It is incredible that I am now

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competing. It is one of the steepest and shortest courses in the world.

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The rough and tumble of these waters will soon sort out the old hands

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from the young pretenders. The skill is to anticipate and take account of

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the water and harness the water. It is about gaining the power, so much

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energy in this water, if you can tap into that, you will zip along. Good

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luck to all those competing. If you want to go, it is free to watch.

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Good luck to Northampton Saints' five players who will be taking on

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Australia tomorrow. You can catch up on BBC Three if you cannot watch it

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live. We have an update on our top story.

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Fire crews in the London area are being recalled to work in response

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to a major fire in Dagenham in Essex.

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Weather experts and the power companies said today they were

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pleased with the way they anticipated and then dealt with the

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storm which hit our region on Monday. Engineers have spent the day

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continuing to re`connect homes. Tonight, just a handful are believed

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to be still without power. The storm was called St Jude, after the patron

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saint of lost causes. In this report from Mike Liggins we ask, just how

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severe was the storm? And how effective was the operation? Suffolk

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counts the cost of the heavy winds. Monday the 28th of October, a date

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likely to live long in the memory for many. The M11, blocked by an

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overturned lorry, a terrified driver described what happened The wind was

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pulling me all over the place. I felt the wind got underneath the

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lorry and it took off. It was an exceptional storm. The interesting

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thing about this one is that it was very well forecast. I was told how

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forecasters get its spent on `` spot on and how a stinging jet, comes

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behind the lower area of low pressure, does the damage. it comes

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from high up in the ad for cashback atmosphere, it produces really

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strong gusts. You get a `` and area that started west of London and then

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tracks north eastwards into Essex and Suffolk. There was an intense,

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but very brief period of strong gusts. That is what caused most of

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the damage. The high winds caused chaos. It was a miserable start for

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those using the East Coast mainline. They said there was nothing until

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9am. Do you wish you had run trains earlier? No, I think... Some of you

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thought that question was unfair. Ruth said...

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The train problems went on into Tuesday and by Wednesday people in

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the elite of Rockwell were still without power. I was here in 1987.

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That report commented Nicky Cook e`mail...

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The last time we had a big storm was 2007 and we had about 450,000 of

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supply. This time, we have 700,000 of supply and they were back. That

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shows how quickly we have improved. Monday's storm was not as severe as

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the storm of 1987. The period of strong winds in that... It lasted

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quite a lot longer. In this particular storm, on Monday, the

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Saint Jude's storm produced a period of maybe less than an hour when the

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winds were most damaging. For many, the storm brought delay,

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inconvenience, even temporary hardship. Thanks to the efforts of

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forecasters, engineers, and call centre workers, it could have been

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much worse. Thank goodness it wasn't. Let's have

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a look at the weather. It won't be as windy as Monday. A

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series of low pressure areas that will bring us rain and strong winds.

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Not heavy rain this evening, instead we will have a lot of cloud, maybe

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some bits of patchy rain and some persistent rain after midnight. It

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will stay mild with lows of nine Celsius. The wind also between

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north`westerly direction by the end of the night. We start tomorrow with

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this pressure system heading in our direction. We get rid of that low,

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this is the next one. The rain on this low is not the real concern.

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The strength of wind is. As it pulls away, the winds will strengthen.

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Looking in detail at the day, it looks as though it is a mostly dry

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start, there is a lot of cloud around first thing and then we will

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see the sunshine. Those winds. To strengthen into the afternoon,

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coming on a south`westerly wind and they could blow in some heavy

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showers for the afternoon. Temperatures climbing to 14

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Celsius. Into the afternoon and evening, that is where they are

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likely to be less longest. There could be heavy. The winds may gusts.

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We could get up to 40 mph and they will continue to be strong

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overnight. Bonfire night celebrations, not the best night for

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the strength of the wind. As the low spins away, that is when the winds

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will be strong. For your bonfire night on Saturday, expect some

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strong winds, it will feel quite cool and it will certainly have a

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chance of showers. Then we get to Sunday. It will still be quite windy

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for Sunday. There will be some sunny spells, just the chance of a shower,

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but most showers for Monday would be quite isolated. Certainly feeling

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chilly in the brisk wind. Then we have another low pressure system

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arriving on Sunday night. That will bring some overnight rain.

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Particularly across the southern and eastern half of the region. Some

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rain to clear the first thing on Monday, still quite a cool, chilly

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day with highs of nine Celsius, but some sunny spells developing with

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winds coming from a northerly direction, feeling cool. The next

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low`pressure arrives on Tuesday, that will mean rain, milder

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temperatures, but not before we have some very cold nights. That is all

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from us, have a grey weekend. Goodbye. `` did begin.

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