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Chancellor George Osborne made the announcement during a visit today.

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Welcome to Look East. A vote of confidence in

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Northamptonshire. The business secretary helps to raise the profile

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as the county gets a multi`million`pound investment. It

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is a good place to do business and the government is going to support

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people 's skills. That and the rest of the top stories with James

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Burridge. A desperate plea for a pensioner to

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return home. The biggest online retailer gears up

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for the seasonal onslaught. And is this the new way to travel

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around Milton Keynes. A heartland of successful with this

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industry. The verdict of the Business Secretary Vince Cable as he

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visited Northamptonshire today. It comes after the county's Enterprise

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Partnership announced plans to pump ?100 million into the local economy

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by 2020. The money will promote Northamptonshire for new businesses,

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as well as help encourage existing firms to expand. In a moment we ll

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hear from the Business Secretary, but first this report from Stuart

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Ratcliffe. A new shoe factory, a new university

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and now plans for a multi`million`pound. Vince Cable

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came to see why Cosworth and other as Mrs showed that Northamptonshire

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is a company on the up. We are celebrating 50 years next year so

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there is the Cosworth brand, heritage, experience,

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infrastructure, the supply chain, it is a platform for growth. Motorsport

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and high`tech engineering Art big business in Northamptonshire. ``

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are. The self`proclaimed motorsport county showed the Business Secretary

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their new university technical college at Silverstone. We try to

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tilt high performing work ready young people. All of our students

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come wearing a business suit rather than a uniform. It is not just a big

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businesses which seem to be attracted to the county. This gin

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distillery near Kettering was set up 11 months ago and it is a decision

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they not regretting. Geographically we are at the centre of the country

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so anywhere in two hours, so business links. Or so

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demographically, as we are in the heart of the country, there is a

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cross`section, every demographic. `` also demographically. It is small

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companies like this that the Northamptonshire Enterprise

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Partnership would like to attract more of. Today they were in London

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to explain to potential investors that the county is open for

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business. We have had a strong and developing 2013. We are at the

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forefront of economic recovery in the UK, we have seen very positive

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activity over the past 12 months, so lots of things happening all over

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the County. Alongside growth remains pocket of deprivation and youth

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unemployment. But the Business Secretary and Northamptonshire

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Enterprise Partnership believe they have put in place the opportunities

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to give the county `` move the county and its workforce forward.

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The Business Secretary Vince Cable was in Northamptonshire to boost the

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county's profile. He spoke to Look East during his visit to Cosworth

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Engineering in Northampton. I began by asking him why people should

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invest in the county. Just to warn you, there are some camera flashes

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during this interview. I think the message is that this is

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an `` the UK is a good place to do business, Northamptonshire is a good

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place, there are supportive local councils, local Enterprise

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Partnerships, this is the heartland of successful British industry will

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stop quite a few of the firms are in the automotive section, booming in

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Britain. The government is going to get behind companies that invest

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here, support their skills and technology. Is the process simple

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enough? It is not simple. We are turning around a problem that

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originates in many years of neglect of the manufacturing industry in

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Britain. We are trying to rebuild the skills base, the expansion of

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apprenticeships. Turning this around is not easy but there are some

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superb companies and it gives us a good base to build on. You have been

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to Silverstone, to motorsport Valley. You have seen" the technical

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college. I read that you are concerned about the lack of female

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engineers at the moment. In the long`running what Britain

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desperately needs is a new generation of young engineers. There

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is enormous job shortages coming up, not just traditional engineering,

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chemical engineering, mechanical engineering, we are talking about

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software and information technology. There is a big shortage. We are

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improving the supply of that, more people going off to college and

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doing advanced apprenticeships that there is a big shortage of young

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women. About one in 20 engineering apprenticeships are women, one in

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ten graduate engineers. We are ignoring half the population and the

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problem starts fairly early on in secondary schools where pitchers are

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established about what engineering means and we have to do a real job

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to persuade young women that this is a career for them as well. Is there

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an image problem with engineering when it comes to women trying to ``

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wanting to get into the industry? There clearly is an image problem.

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It may go back to stereotypes from childhood, it maybe a picture of

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old`fashioned factories, dirty, noisy and unpleasant to work on

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which is not how modern manufacturing is. The kind of things

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we introduce our kids to quite subconsciously, where the boy gets a

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Lego set and the girl gets a dolls house. Those attitudes are planted

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early on but it has caused a real problem because we are behind the

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rest of Europe, almost bottom of the league table of European countries

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in terms of getting women into engineering and we have to rectify

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that. The Business Secretary Vince Cable.

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Meanwhile the Chancellor George Osborne was also in the region today

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and said he was behind plans to improve the A14. The Chancellor said

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he was aware of the importance of the road and was keen to hear the

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concerns of local people, especially regarding plans to toll a stretch of

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the A14. But he did come up against some protestors as he arrived for a

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business conference in Norfolk. I hear loud and clear there are a lot

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of people worried about the tolls. I am here to listen to people on the

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A14. Whatever decision we make we want that road improved because it

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is so important for this part of the world and the whole of Britain. The

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A14 is a top priority. Whether or not we proceed with tolls, we are in

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listening mode. The family of a pensioner who has

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disappeared from his home in Luton are appealing for anyone who may

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have seen anything to urgently get in touch. Andrew Goldsboro, who s

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78, walked out of his home on Sunday night and hasn't been seen since.

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Police say he is vulnerable and that his disappearance is completely out

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of character. This report from Emma Baugh.

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Andrew Goldsboro was described as a loving father and husband. Dad is a

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really caring man. We can't believe he would walk off without something

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having had to him, mentally or whatever. We would be devastated. We

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have mainly filled our time with searching for him. He was a very

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popular, well`known person so a lot of people have been calling to see

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if they could help. Andrew Goldsboro went missing on Sunday night, simply

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walking out of his house on Luton's Compton Avenue. His wife Bernadette

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went looking for him but found nothing. This is illegal rave

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railway station on the same street as the family house. Police are

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checking CCTV and have been knocking on homes nearby because they believe

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this is the main area he may have been seen. We are deeply concerned

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for him. He has known this area for a long time but his behaviour is

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extremely out of character, his friends and relatives are very

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concerned for his well back `` his well`being. When you are in shock

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and you don't have answers, you drift from despair and severe worry

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to kind of trying to pull yourself up and talking about good stuff

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about him and how great he is. We are trying to keep him in the

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present and we have every belief that he is out there.

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Police are appealing for witnesses to the apparent abduction of a man

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in Stevenage. The man was approached by four men who police say forced

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him into a car parked in King George close. A silver Alfa remain to stop

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a short while later in grace way. `` Alfa Romeo.

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The March`based firm Fengrain has hosted its first conference looking

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at the challenges facing the farming industry. Growers met at the East of

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England showground to examine new farming methods and discuss how

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arable land in this region can be put to best use. It comes in the

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face of increasing consumer demand from the developing world for

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Western food products. A great part of the world is richer,

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they are beginning to eat more like us, but we in Europe and Britain are

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eating as if there are two or three planets. This is literally

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unsustainable, so we need to think carefully about what we do when we

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grow grain. What is it for? Why are we feeding it to animals? To get

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cheap meat all of the time? It is stupid, actually.

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A health centre in Milton Keynes is facing moving into a brand`new

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building, with no furniture, after a disagreement over funding. The

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patients' group in Wolverton said money had been promised by the

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Primary Care Trust before it was abolished earlier this year. Louise

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Hubball reports. It has taken nearly eight months to

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build but at the last minute it seemed this state`of`the`art health

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centre will open its doors next week without any furniture. It seems

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crazy in this day and age, we have a beautiful new building. To think we

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will effectively be saying, come along, have an appointment, bring a

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chair, seems crazy. This is the current health Centre, in desperate

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need of repair. The patient group are having to assess which items of

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furniture could be transferred to the new centre next door. They say

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it has happened because the primary care trust pledged money for

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furnishings before it was disbanded and was replaced by a new body in

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April. You can't clean that. Now they are being told by NHS England

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no funds are available. Huge amounts of public money have been spent on

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this building. The situation in the old building, as you will have

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seen, is shockingly bad and people are desperate for a new building

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that really respects this community. The health centre is now left to

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foot the furniture bill of ?120 000 themselves. The local MP says that

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is unacceptable. I e`mailed NHS England two weeks ago and still no

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reply. I am clear in my mind that they made a pledge to equip this

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place. The health centre has now been forced to buy waiting room

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furniture but echoes of the short notice it may not be delivered in

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time for the opening next Friday. `` because of the short notice.

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And this afternoon a spokesperson for NHS England told Look East they

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offered to allocate the funds necessary to complete the project,

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on a loan basis. They say they're working to resolve the issues so

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that patient care is not affected. First capital connect has removed

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plastic covers from emergency alarms on their trains after passengers in

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Cambridge could not get them off during an incident. People had to be

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led to safety after overhead cables crashed through a window. Passengers

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were unable to activate the alarms and had to activate an emergency

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door handle to stop the train. The Northamptonshire Sports Awards

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take place tonight in Kettering Six sportsmen and women have been short

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listed for the Sports Personality of the Year award. They include

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Northampton Saints' forward Samu Manoa, Northants Cricket's James

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Middlebrook and 17`year`old golfing prodigy Charley Hull from Burton

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Latimer. She celebrated her debut season on the Women's European Tour

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by finishing second five times and became the youngest golfer event in

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the history of the Solheim Cup. County councillors took a final vote

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on its future this morning. They say the Deanes School at Thundersley is

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not attracting enough pupils. A final report by council officers

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said the school was not viable. Still to come, we are the biggest

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online retailer Amazon as they prepare for the Christmas rush.

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And the cars of the future for the pavements of Milton Keynes.

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A vast new port has begun operating today in Essex. London Gateway can

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take ships carrying 22,000 containers. To make the super`port,

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they dredged a channel 100 miles out into the North Sea. So what does

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that mean for Felixstowe, currently the busiest container port in

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Britain? Unloading today, London Gateway's first paying customer, a

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cargo ship from South Africa carrying wine, fruit and car parts.

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The first scheduled vessel to dock at the region's new super port.

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London Gateway is a ?1.5 billion investment by DP world on the north

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bank of the Thames. Only its first phase open today but when complete

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it will be able to unload sex of the biggest container ships at the same

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time. It is a threat to Felixstowe up the coast, but so far none of

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Felixstowe's customers have been persuaded to move. You have to

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remember we are not the finished article yet. We could only handle

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one ship at a time so we have to make sure we don't bite off more

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than we can chew. We have 1 million containers on our doorstep. We have

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15 million consumers living within 50 miles of us. We have your's

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biggest logistics park here was that the proposition you have here in the

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UK market is unique. Goods entering Britain through Felixstowe travel to

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warehouses in the Midlands and are then distributed throughout the UK.

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London Gateway will allow ships direct access to the south`east.

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London Gateway is known to have been targeting Felixstowe's customers. It

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really wants to sign up one of the big Asian shipping lines, but for

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now they seem to be sticking with what they know and trust here at the

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`` here at fixed though. Much rests on them continuing to do so. Nearly

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10,000 jobs depend on fixed though, including 15 at this local Hollier.

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Felixstowe will remain a premier port, that won't change. London

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Gateway will bring something new to the region and the East Coast and I

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think that is fantastic. I'm sure fixed though will cope with the

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additional competition. Felixstowe have superb facilities, many years

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of experience, superb road and rail links, the best hub for UK ports.

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Felixstowe declined to comment. Sources within the industry say the

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big shipping lines are waiting to see how London Gateway's first few

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months ago. If it works well, some business will be shifted at

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Felixstowe's edition close to the main giving roots of Europe counts

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for a lot. Every year we hear about the number

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of people being employed to make sure our Christmas presents reach us

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in time. Usually it's the Royal Mail, but right now the online

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retailer Amazon is at it as well. Little else will be very busy soon.

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So what happens after you fill your basket and proceed to checkout? Anna

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Todd has been inside the company's distribution centre in Peterborough.

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Chances are everything on your Christmas list is in here, 100

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million items under one roof. Amazon people don't work in years but in

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peaks, and Christmases, when daily orders go from thousands to

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millions. Unit is a big increase. There are trolleys everywhere, there

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are thousands of people standing there. December the 3rd last year

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became known as cyber Monday with orders for over 3.5 million items,

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packed at a rate of 41 per second. Trucks leaving every two minutes and

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ten seconds, hardly surprising they need over 1000 extra staff to help

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out. But there has been criticism of how the company treats its seasonal

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tents. We don't take someone on and then drop them, from the moment they

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start in peak they go through until the end of peak. We have had some

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complaints they get taken on over Christmas and then dropped like a

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stone, what would you say? I would say that may have been through a

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couple of years ago before we had more sophisticated recruiting

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systems, so there were a couple of instances, but we have more

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submitted planning and we can be very exact. We didn't have that

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issue last Christmas and don't expect to have it this year. So what

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happens when you place your order? A scanner at a sat`nav did a paper to

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a tower. They locate your product and that is delivered to the backing

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team, who thought it in a box and send it off to the address. What I

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find weird on this corridor is the randomness in everything. You have

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take children's headphones next to baby ointment next to a Harry Potter

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box set, but this is because not only is there amazing human

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technology, but by putting things different next to each other, there

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is less room to ever. `` less room for mistakes. There are no zero are

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contracts for staff. Amazon says it's best of machine is not only

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slick but fair. That is a great fight. `` a great fact.

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When it comes to public transport, lots of us go by bus and train every

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day. But how about jumping into a space age pod that drives itself?

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Well, that's how you'll be able to get around in Milton Keynes in two

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years' time. The Government's given ?1.5 million to the project. Milton

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Keynes will be the first place in the country to test out these

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driverless vehicles. Is this the future of public transport? Holds

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that can carry two people shuttling back and forth. Jump in and the pod

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will drive itself to where you want to go. Let's say you've just arrived

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at the train station. Using software on your phone, you can summon a pod

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and paid for it. Then, you will be able to travel about a mile into

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Milton Keynes to businesses and shopping centres. From here you can

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take a bus or a taxi, but will people travel by pod? It is a good

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idea, I guess it is eco`friendly. Would you use it? I think so. No,

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because I would rather walk. I would be safer. I love technology so I

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would be up for it. Away from the cars, powered by Eckersley, the

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polls will travel along the medieval ways. You can check e`mails and

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catch up on news while special centres mini review away from

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obstacles in your path. Will they be nervous? Will be nervous? Weatherby

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issues about children running around? How do we make sure everyone

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is comfortable? That is part of the pilot process, testing how people

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deal with the new technology and new opportunities. Can we be confident

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it is safe? In the US, Google cars have already clocked up 300,000

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miles. The first trial pods will have drivers but by 2017, 100 are

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planned here, all driverless. A lot of technologies that the pod will

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have, you can start to see current day cards in different forms, so

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satellite navigation, adaptive cruise control that can work out

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where the cars in front are, even self parking. By 2015 they will have

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arrived. Milton Keynes, testing new ways we get around.

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Looks good, doesn't it? I would like my car to do that.

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The Suffolk artist Marc Brown goes for a swim in the sea most mornings.

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But last year, Marc went swimming every morning, and every morning he

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took a photo of himself. Now he has turned all those photographs into a

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video which is being shown at an exhibition in Southwold. Mike

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Liggins, who very rarely swims in the sea, has been to find out more.

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The beach at Southwold, and artist Marc Brown strips off for a dip in

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the sea. He was born in the town and the coastal landscape is what he

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paints but swimming in November, I was cold watching. But he loves it.

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Perfect! What the light? Wonderful. So wonderful that last year, Marc

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went into the sea every day and took a further grab. Now put together as

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a 30 minute film, the result is men's `` mesmerising. The film is on

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show at the gallery he shares with his fiancee, I say on show because

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you wouldn't want to take a coach party to this exhibition. It is a

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small space but the film is worth seeing. Is it art? I wouldn't put

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the Tiger of art on it. It is more a personal project for me. I would

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call it an experiment. This is what Marc Brown paints, coastal

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landscapes with a photo realist element. His studio is an old squash

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court where he spends hours blaring each painting and yes, he does use

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photography for research. I need to rely on photographic material such

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as birds, birds in flight. Can't get them to sit that long, so things

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like that. Marc now plans to sell his video to

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help raise money for breakthrough breast Cancer. His mother died as a

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result of breast cancer. She would have been proud of her son's

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experiment, a little eccentric perhaps but also rather wonderful.

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You shivered just watching him go when. I know! Amazing photos,

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though. Tonight, a nice forecast? Well... A few changes and

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amendments. though. Tonight, a nice forecast?

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Well... A few changes and But today everything went to plan, the rain

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cleared away to the south`east, drier sky is falling behind, that

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the guest cloud producing a queue showers and that the guest in the

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West could produce some in the next few hours. Then the showers by away

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and that cloud tends to clear, and we are left with largely cloudless

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skies for much of the night, and that means it is a chilly one with a

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touch of ground frost in places These are the lows in built`up

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areas, rural spots around to reading breeze, with light safety Southwest

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Lee winds. Tomorrow there is a bit of a change because it looks like

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this area of rain could come up from the south and in fact part of our

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region, so this is how it looks but it is still subject to change, so

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keep your ice and ears on your local forecast, so it looks like chilly,

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bright start to the day, then we will see clouds increase and we

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expect rain to start pushing in from the side. We expected to be here

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around 2pm. Temperatures tomorrow around ten or 11 degrees with life

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south`westerly winds. This is the track of the rain, this is what we

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think will happen in the afternoon, some of this heavy and thundering,

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perhaps 20 millimetres in places, and that could mean an awful

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rush`hour home for some of us although not everybody, and then

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that rain to clear away and we should see dry sky is behind for

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everybody. On Saturday, it looks like sunny spells and showers, but

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it now looks like for a time some of those showers could merge to give a

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longer a spell of rain, and Remembrance Sunday, yesterday I

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talked about rain turning up but it now looks like that rain has told by

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12 hours and Remembrance Sunday will be chilly but bright sunshine and

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Monday looks miserable, blustery weather rain which could stay with

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us for most of the day. Chilly nights on Friday and Saturday,

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ground frost and possibly icy patches of though it is a small

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chance. Just before I go, it is barometer night, so in the north of

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the region, around 1006 millibars and in the south, 1007. That is all

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from us. Enjoy your evening. The night. `` good night.

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