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Good evening. In the programme tonight. Eight people go on trial

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for sexually abusing girls in Peterborough. That and the rest of

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today's top stories. Anti`social behaviour in

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Peterborough. Police hope new powers will keep it under control. Waiting

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for the phone. The villagers cut off a week after the storms. And had

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47, watched as a football team did after its worst in 75 years? `` at

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its worst defeat in 75 years? Police in Peterborough want new

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powers to crack down on anti`social behaviour such as street`drinking

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and begging. If they succeed, it would cover the whole of the city

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centre. It would mean that they could take offenders through the

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civil courts which could lead to tougher sentencing. Emma Baugh

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reports. A couple on an evening out in

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Peterborough confronted by a group of ten youths. They made threatening

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comments about women. The couple cannot be traced and it is no

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charges. But it is evidence like this police hope will bring in extra

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powers to cut down on anti`social behaviour across the city. We will

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patrol the city centre, see if any of our undesirables are about. See

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what the plan of action is today. You have just got out of jail? What

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was that for? Join us a street drinker who could be affected by the

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new order. Police say he has been rehoused three or four times

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already. How can we help someone who doesn't want help? It is very

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difficult. If police kept a section 222 order, people breaking it could

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be brought before the civil court for content. It might mean police

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need less evidence and get more robust sentencing. Police hope

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others will give them more power, but it is not always so simple. In

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Birmingham, they have been used to cut down on street thinking and

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knife crime. A judge said he would not give an order because there was

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not enough evidence and there were enough laws in place already. Eddie

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is a street musician and fears he may be caught out if people mistake

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his busking for begging. Is the order going too far? Whilst it is

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quite a strong power we will have, we will use our discretion and talk

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to people. There will be about range of problems and they will give

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people the opportunity to stop what they are doing. People in

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Peterborough said is a problem that needs tackling. I live on a road

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where people fell through my Hedge End throw bottles into it. I do not

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like people being aware of other people's feelings. The kids are on

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the street, whereas the parents We had two children on our street at

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two o'clock in the morning. You should be more of a police presence

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on the street. Drunks walking around with families walking around. It

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always worries me. If police get the extra powers, they could start in

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the New Year. A court has been hearing about an

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accident at a go`karting centre in Cambridgeshire in which an

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18`year`old woman died. It happened four years ago. Today the manager of

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the company based in Caxton appeared before a judge having previously

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admitted health and safety offences. Mike Cartwright's been at

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Peterborough Crown Court. In court today, it was described as

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a tragic accident. This is a picture of the victim. She was described as

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vibrant and fun loving. The 18`year`old was killed when her

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scarf became entangled in the back axle of a go`kart. It happened at

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the racetrack near Huntington into thousand and nine. She was with

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friends. Only one staff member for a so`called after`hours race session.

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This man arriving at court this morning, the was the manager at the

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time. He along with the company that employed him, Peter Black Racing

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Limited, have pleaded guilty to a number of health and see the

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failings including a lack of training, inadequate safety

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briefings and the equipment. The defence say that at the time, there

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were so`called play sessions. These were after sessions where staff

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could bring guests. They said senior members like the manager involved

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would have to be told and would have to be there. He wasn't told, they

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said, and that is why he was not there. They also said his feelings

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were only found in investigations after Suzanne's death and they have

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not been directly linked to her death. We should have a sentencing

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for this tomorrow as this Court For men and four teenagers have gone

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on trial charged with more than 50 counts of sexual effect since ``

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sexual offences against five girls in Peterborough. Two of the

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defendants are just 14. It was in the spark that a girl with

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severe learning disability `` that a giggle with severe learning

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disabilities alleged she was raped. It was only when she was taken into

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care last year that she told her story. At the Old Bailey, four men

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and for teenage boys are per chart with a total of 67 sexual offences

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against five victims. Most of them are from a Czech and Slovak

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background. The man left in the picture, also known as Skinny, was

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described as the boss and the charismatic and controlling figure.

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For the prosecution, the described the 13`year`old's ordeal.

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The members of the jury have been warned they will be a classic

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descriptions in this trial of what allegedly happened to the girls

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They will have to put emotions and sympathies to one side. The

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defendants denied the charges, the case continues.

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A businessman from Coventry charged with the murder of a family of four

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has entered a not guilty plea. Anxiang Du appeared at Northampton

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Crown Court. He's accused of murdering Jeff Ding, his wife Helen

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and their daughters 18`year`old Xing and 12`year`old Alice. His trial is

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due to start on November the 12th. The family of a teenager has warned

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of the dangers of swimming in rivers at the inquest of their son. William

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Stringer drowned in the River Ivel in Biggleswade in August. Though not

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a strong swimmer he'd gone in with friends. The coroner Tom Osborne

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said people shouldn't swim where there were not proper facilities.

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This time last week, we were dealing with the aftermath of the biggest

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storm to hit the region in decades. Thousands were without power and

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there had been major disruption on both road and rail. A week later,

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all the lights are back on. But that's not the case with telephone

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lines. At Elmdon in Essex 80 people are off line. BT won't say how many

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other villages are affected. Around 250 people live here. It is

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tucked away, but for the last week, locals have felt even more isolated

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than usual after losing their landlines and as spot where mobile

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phone coverage is virtually nonexistent. Because we do not have

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mobile phone signals, we thought someone would have come in from BT

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to explain what has happened. There has been no communication. How would

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you rate the performance? `1. We have a lot of people here, some who

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are not too well, and BT have left them completely lost. This was the

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cause on the outskirts of the village. Two trees tumbled, taking

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phone lines with them. It cut connections to around 80 homes. BT

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told us today that putting this right will take a significant amount

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of work. They need to put in a new poll and 600 jars of cable. They do

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say that if the do not see unforeseen problems, everyone will

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be back on for Wednesday. FrontPage and consternation to possible

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compensation. In the immediate aftermath of the storm, 700,000

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homes and businesses were left without power. Many were back on

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quickly. But just over 20,000 customers in the East were blacked

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out for more than two days and will receive compensation. Anything from

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?54 to ?270 to those that run without power the longest. That is

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over 96 hours. The total, more than ?1.1 million. If an starting to send

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out letters to homes effective `` effective this week. It says it is

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committed to handling the impact of the storm. If we do not care enough

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to let people know what is going on, they are going to have people

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speaking to the cameras, as I am. They feel BT could have done better,

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saying they should have had a similar process. A High Court case

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against Kettering Town has officially been dismissed after the

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club settled a debt owed to their former landlords. The Poppies paid

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around ?70,000 to the owners of Nene Park in Rushden for unpaid rent It

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means the club, which is 141 years old, can continue to play in the

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Southern League. Director Ken Samuel has told Look East he's delighted

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the club can move forward. Full time firefighters in this

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region went on strike again this morning. It follows a strike on

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Friday night in their row with the Government over retirement ages and

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pensions. Today's stoppage by members of the Fire Brigades Union

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lasted from six o'clock to eight o'clock. The Government wants to

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raise the retirement age from 5 to 60.

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I will be back at ten o'clock. Goodbye.

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morning in their row with the Government over retirement ages and

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pensions. The two hour stoppage by members of the Fire Brigades Union

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started at 6am. The

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still to come tonight, how safe are our level crossings? Within the last

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hour, Network Rail has been talking to MPs. We are live at Westminster.

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Plus, Norwich's for `` worst defeat since the war. How good as this

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season been for canary 's funds? There has been strong criticism

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today of a revolving door policy at the NHS, where managers are paid

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redundancy and then re`employed a few weeks later. Millions of pounds

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have been paid out in compensation as part of a re`organisation of the

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health service. The Health Minister and local MP Dan Poulter described

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the pay`outs as a waste of taxpayers' money that should have

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been spent on patients. More from him in a moment, but first here's

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Alex Dunlop. Until April this year, there were 16

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Primary Care Trusts in our region. But the government says they were

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too bureaucratic and replaced them with the same number of GP`led

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Clinical Commissioning Groups. It meant that 29 managers were made

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redundant at a cost to the NHS of almost ?3 million. Nine received a

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payoff of more than ?100,000. Four were paid more than ?150,000, and

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one manager's exit package was worth more than ?200,000. Now some of

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those made redundant have gone on to get other management jobs within the

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NHS. Those Primary Care Trusts were doing

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a good job and didn't need to be disbanded only for those same

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managers to then be redeployed elsewhere in the new National knelt

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`` National Health Service. That is a scandalous abuse of public money.

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Among those who rejoined the NHS is this man, Andrew Morgan. Currently

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interim head of the East of England Ambulance Trust, he was the chief

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executive of a cluster of local PCTs. NHS Norfolk set aside ?492,000

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to compensate him for losing that job. It is not known if he has taken

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it. All these payments are perfectly legal, but health unions say the

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payoffs are a scandalous waste of money.

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Unison members working in health in the East of England recognise the

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significance for cuts they are facing, the financial pressures, and

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they are outraged that taxpayers' money is going on this rather than

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on front line patient services. The Government is now under pressure

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to claw back those compensation payments if those who get them

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simply walk back into an NHS job a few weeks later.

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Earlier today I spoke to the Suffolk MP and Health Minister Dr Dan

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Poulter, and started by asking if it would be possible to claw back some

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of the money. We are certainly going to do our

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best to do so. The problem has arisen because in 2006 the previous

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Labour government awarded very senior managers of these sorts of

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profligate and unacceptable redundancy terms. We are now coming

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to terms with what that means, which is that you have front line staff

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feeling pressure on the front line, feeling as if they are being kicked

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in the teeth by these arrangements, and also patients that are sought

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changed. It is completely unacceptable and we are putting in

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measures that will mean in the future these sorts of redundancy

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payments to senior managers will not happen again.

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`` short changed. When the reorganisation was being discussed,

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did anyone say, it will cost us ?500 million in compensation, are we sure

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we want to do this two the reorganisation costs 1.5 `` is

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saving ?1.5 billion every year by reducing bureaucracy, the number of

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blunders and recording costs taking money out of the front line.

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`` reducing the number of managers. In the meantime, we inherited this

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significant set of redundancy terms that were unacceptable. I don't know

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what the previously the government were thinking when they allowed

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senior managers to be paid ?400,000 in redundancy. That is unacceptable

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and it's short`changing patients. That is why we are looking at how we

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can make sure this does not happen again. When we look at this what we

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see is that we have a lot of hard`working front line staff in the

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NHS. The union is right in condemning this, as well, because

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front line staff need more interesting `` more investment. We

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need more investment in front line staff, not wasting money on these

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profligate payments a consequence of the previous government.

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Do we pay people who are accountants and managers more than we pay

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doctors, and is that right two you are absolutely right to say that

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under the arrangement of the previous government we have a ring

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`` we have a situation where senior managers in the NHS are paid...

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I am sorry to interrupt you, you keep blaming the previous

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government, you have been in power for quite a few years. Shouldn't you

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have sorted this out sooner? That is why we put in place reforms

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to the NHS, which is saving ?1.5 billion, reducing the number of

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managers and administrators, around 20,000 in the NHS, to make sure we

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can invest more in front line staff. Part of that is also about reforming

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some of the excessive salaries we have inherited from the previous

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government. We are putting those measures in place and getting to

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grips with those unacceptable redundancy pillage `` payments that

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we inherited. We will make sure that we will do better as a government

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than Labour did. We will not put money into eye watering redundancy

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payments that are eye watering and compromise patient care.

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Doctor Dan Poulter, thank you very much.

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The head of Network Rail has told MPs this evening that the deaths of

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two girls on a level crossing in Essex was a fundamental watershed in

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the railway industry. It is almost eight years since Olivia Bazlington

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and Charlotte Thompson were hit by a train at Elsenham. Network Rail was

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fined ?1 million for breaching health and safety laws, and ever

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since the girls' parents have been fighting to make the industry take

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the issue of level crossing safety more seriously. Two weeks ago they

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gave evidence to MPs at westminster. Tonight it has been the turn of the

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industry to respond. Let's join Andrew Sinclair at Westminster.

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Network Rail was fined nearly ?1 million for health and safety

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breaches after the deaths of Olivia Bazlington and Charlotte Thompson.

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At the time the company said they had not been taking this issue very

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seriously but that things have changed.

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I would say that we are now in a different place. I have to pay

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tribute to the actions of the families at the time. Elsenham was a

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fundamental watershed for this business. We were in a much worse

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place several years ago about managing level crossings and we are

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better now, though there are still a way to go.

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He went on to save negligent management was responsible for the

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deaths at Houghton and he said that Network Rail has risk assessed every

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level crossing and you can see that assessment on the company's website.

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Apart from being more aware of dangers, what else are they doing to

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micro we have also heard from Her Majesty 's Inspectorate of Railways

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who said that Network Rail has set aside ?109 million to close 500

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level crossings across the country over the next five years.

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In the last five years, the company has closed 750 level crossings. Her

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Majesty 's Inspectorate of Railways said he would not be unpleasant

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about this, but after deaths like the ones we saw at Elsenham, the

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industry has woken up. Level crossings in Great Britain are

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ranked in terms of the European community as the safest in Europe.

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However, the key is all about continuous improvement.

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We also learned this evening that Network Rail are looking at the

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signage around level crossings, but the company did warn that crossing a

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railway will always be a dangerous business, indeed someone died today

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in the north`east of England after being hit by a train on a level

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crossing. In football, the Norwich City

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manager, Chris Hughton, says he is hurting after his team were hammered

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at the weekend. But he says he is the right man to turn the season

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around. Saturday's defeat at Manchester City

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was the worst since the team lost 7`0 at Sheffield Wednesday back in

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1938. This result leaves them in the Premier League relegation zone and

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without a win in four. Both teams are now just wanting the

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whistle to go. Norwich's worst league defeat in 75 years.

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Time is ticking, sadly, for Chris Hughton.

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He put on a brave face, but this was a miserable day.

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At the moment it is hurting, we have let them down today.

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Sergio Aguero scores! As manager, I take full responsible

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at it. David Silva are arriving!

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2`0! We have the choice but to be far better next week.

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3`0! When it rains, it pours. And for five days at Bellevue job

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goals. Four at United, seven at city, hapless Norwich humour lead

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and humbled by successive trips to Manchester. Fans gave the club shop

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a wide berth. A lot of fans are very angry. Yes.

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No fight, no guts, it was disgusting. I think it is time for

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Chris Hughton to go. The danger would be to have a knee

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jerk reaction. There are other clubs for Chris Hughton to go to, and if

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we're stinted leave the danger is we have nothing to fill the space. ``

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and if we asked him to leave, the danger is.

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We have to stay positive, but it is not happening.

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Norwich are not much worse off than 12 months ago, the same number of

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wins, but, crucially, more defeats ` six compared with four after ten

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games last season. Fewer points, eight compared with ten, leaving

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them 18th in the relegation zone. I have confidence in my own ability

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and I have confidence in the changing room. We have been in this

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position before, last season, where the start was not as good, but where

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we have not been as on the back of a defeat like today.

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Not a record Premier League defeats ` that came nearly 20 years ago.

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Ipswich thrashed, 9`0 at Man Utd. Both Ipswich and Norwich ended up

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going down that year. If Norwich are to avoid a similar fate, results

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must improve. Chris Hughton spent millions reinforcing his team.

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Performances have not lived up to raised expectations.

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A horrible day for Chris Hughton. I think most of us recycle our

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household rubbish, but it's not so long ago that things were very

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different. Not in your house? We recycle it and

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get more back then! He goes to the recycling centre and brings back

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loads of stuff that we really do not need!

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20 years ago recycling rates were just 4% ` now they are 54% and

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rising. 20 years ago we hadn't heard of

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recycling centres, either. But, in fact, the first one had just

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been opened in Milton Keynes, from where Fae Southwell reports.

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It is called a factory for a reason. Recyclable waste is resorted here

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with absolute precision. It starts out as a mound of rubbish that is

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loaded onto conveyor belts. Paddles shuffle the items forcing

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heavy`metal food tins and drinks cans to fall through the gaps.

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Cardboard and newspapers are pushed to the front, while jets of air

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separate different coloured plastics.

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I think there is scepticism that we do not recycle what we take in, but

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we truly do. Some people think that by putting a few things in the

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recycling it doesn't make a difference but it makes a massive

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difference. Recycling was popular in wartime `

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the model make do and mend. But it fell out of failure `` favour in the

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consumer years of the early 90s. Bill Oddie launched a pilot scheme

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covering just 5000 homes. At the time only 4% of all household waste

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was recycled. Now in Milton Keynes it is more than 50%.

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Extremely forward`thinking, it took a lot of courage for the Council is

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to agree to set up a scheme, it was risky and costly but it has paid

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dividends. Everyone supports recycling.

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At this factory, they sought 16 tonnes of waste per hour, up to

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150,000 tonnes per year. Recycling has huge benefits. It protects

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finite resources, like oil, used to make plastic. The authorities also

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are saving by not paying landfill tax. The council now wants to boost

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recycling to 70% of all household waste. It is building a new ?140

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million facility to processed rubbish which may have inadvertently

:24:30.:24:34.

gone into the Blackburn instead. Many people do not realise how

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psychical waste management is. In the summer there will be more garden

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waste but at Christmas this pile of paper, plastic and bottles will be

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up to the ceiling. This month, the factory celebrates

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20 years in operation. It is holding an open day for the public on

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November the 16th. Looking at that conveyor belt, I am

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not sure what he would bring home! Luckily, not that kind of stuff! We

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get an off a lot of wood and things brought back.

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I am good to be in trouble! `` I am going to be.

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Today we had some rain arrived first thing but then it was a nice,

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November day. Quite blustery at times but from the satellite picture

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you can see this afternoon was largely clear skies and a lot of

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sunshine. The clear skies at the moment mean the temperatures are

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tumbling. We are already down to around two Celsius. We're looking at

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a ground frost in rural areas and perhaps a local air frost for some

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of us. Then it will change because this area of cloud and rain pushes

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in. By five or six o'clock in the morning it will probably be ringing

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across much of the region. Tomorrow, as we head into the early hours,

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temperatures rising a little bit. At that point it looks like we will

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have light winds, but they are picking up as this system rattles

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towards us. This brings cloud and rain but moves east very quickly. We

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will sort of cloudy with outbreaks of rain, but as the morning goes on

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we will start to see all of that edging into the North Sea with that

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weather front and brighter skies following behind with sunshine.

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Temperatures tomorrow, similar to today, actually, around 10 Celsius

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at best, but it will feel chillier because of the cloud and rain first

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thing and also because of the winds, which will be up lustily `` blustery

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Westerly. In the east, eventually the rain and cloud should clear,

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probably clearing the East Coast by 4pm. Then it is a dry, clear end to

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the day. What lies ahead for the rest of the week? Tuesday night, a

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dry, clear start, but then the next system arriving during Tuesday

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night, bringing more rain. That looks as if it could stay with us

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through Wednesday. There is a bit of doubt as to how far north the rain

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will spread and how long it will stick around, but as it stands it

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looks like the bulk of Wednesday will be cloudy with outbreaks of

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rain. Once that has gone, Thursday and Friday are looking better, quite

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blustery. Thursday, any showers should be few and far between and

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many of us should enjoy decent spells of sunshine. On Friday,

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probably a few more showers around and some of them on the heavy side.

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Again, not for everybody. That is it from all of us here,

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thank you for your company. Good night.

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