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Hello. In the programme tonight: Guilty of

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triple murder, a Peterborough woman admits killing three men. Their

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bodies were found dumped in ditches. That and the rest of today's biggest

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stories. Rates in Northamptonshire, targeting drug dealers selling to

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children. These people who are preying on our young people are

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destroying their futures. It is game over for the British number one who

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retires after 16 years of triumph and tears. And how to make a silver

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birch shine. We are behind the seas `` scenes.

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Good evening. A woman from Peterborough has

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admitted murdering three men and attempting to kill two more. Joanna

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Dennehy surprised her own legal team as she pleaded guilty in court. The

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bodies of her victims were found in ditches in Cambridgeshire earlier

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this year. 31`year`old Joanna Dennehy's seven

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guilty plea to the whole court by surprise. Her barrister told the

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judge that the course of the arrangement was not one they

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anticipated. The bodies of her victims were found four days apart

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in two locations. This year, the body of Kevin Lee was found in a

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ditch near Peterborough. Four days later, the bodies of John Chapman

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and Lucas Slaboszewski was `` were found in a ditch. All three had been

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stabbed to death. Dennehy also pleaded guilty to the attempted

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murders of another two`man, Robert Brett set and John Rogers. She also

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pled guilty to preventing the decent burial of all three murder victims.

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Sally joins me now. Joanna Dennehy wasn't the only one in the dock

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today. There are three others accused of these murders. Alongside

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her was her 47`year`old boyfriend Gary Richards, who is a security

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guard. He stands at the seven foot, three inches. He denies three

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charges of preventing the lawful burial of the bodies of the three

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man and also denies attempting to murder two other men. Two other

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defendants appeared at the hearing, but this was by video link, Leslie

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Layton, who is 36, and he pledged at an earlier hearing, while Robert

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Moore, who is 55, denied assisting an offender. What happens now? It is

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not clear when that he will be sentenced following the police

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today, because there are the coaccused in this case, but there

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will be a further hearing next week. Drug dealers suspected of selling to

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school children in Northamptonshire were the targets of dawn raids this

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morning. 70 officers were involved, along with local teachers determined

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to stop the supply of drugs like cannabis to teenagers.

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These people who are preying on our young people are destroying their

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futures. They are destroying their communities. That is intolerable.

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For a headteacher to be briefing police officers before a raid is

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unusual. It is happening not just because cannabis has been dealt to

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students outside school gets, but because this classroom is the only

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place big enough to brief the 7 strong team. They will be rating

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houses believed to be connected to dealing cannabis. Open the door

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Open the door, police! Eight man is arrested at this address for

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breaching court bail. Officers also recover evidence of personal use of

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cannabis and a replica handgun. Elsewhere, another two`man and a

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woman are suspicious `` arrested on suspicion 's of drug dealing. I want

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to weed this issue out. We have got to keep the school safe. I want to

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get the message out to the low`level dealers that we are not tolerating

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dealing to kids. Half of all 16 to 29`year`old kid in the UK have tried

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cannabis. Children start using `` who start using by the age of 1 are

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more likely to suffer a psychotic disorder by 26. What bothers me is

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people who prey on younger people who find these things exciting and

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are curious and can get sucked into a world and series of behaviours

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that are damaging. Officers have been into local schools today,

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warning of the dangers of cannabis. Research suggests it is a particular

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risk to young people, because the brain is still developing.

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The Parker E`Act Academy was one of those schools which had a police

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visit during this morning's assembly. Earlier tonight I asked

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the principal there how the students had reacted.

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Some of them were shocked and very surprised, but I think others were

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clearly pleased, the fact that police officers were actually

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speaking to them about the matter, and treating them in a mature way I

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discussing the matters with them. How are you or any of the other

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teachers in the academies there noticed certain behaviour with the

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peoples? `` had you or any of the other teachers. I think there have

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been occasions when both academies have had to inform the police about

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people who were involved in some illicit dealing with drugs at some

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point outside of both of our academies, and we are able to report

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back to the lease and they are able to gather the intelligence

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accordingly. You and your colleague at the other Academy have also taken

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very active involvement in all of this. Were you not worried that by

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raising the issue so publicly it might damage the reputation of the

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school? I believe the fact that the reaction would definitely be that

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members of the local community as well as of course our parents who

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are part of the community will be pleased that the police have mounted

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the operation and also the fact that the two academies are supporting

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that particular initiative. Next, to the trial of Anxiang Du,

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the Chinese businessman accused of murdering a family of four from

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Northamptonshire. He sobbed in court today as his defence team began

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outlining their case. The Ding family was stabbed at home in

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Northampton in April 2011, on the day of the Royal Wedding. The

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prosecution claims it was in revenge for a business deal which had gone

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sour. Our reporter has been following the case at Northampton

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Crown Court. This is the first day that we have

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heard his defence. That is right. The prosecution case concluded last

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week. The jury had been told that Anxiang Du's defence is likely to be

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one of the ministry sponsored bill that he or loss of control. 14

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months after the family wasn't stabbed to death after their `` in

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their home, Anxiang Du was arrested in his `` in Morocco. One of the

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last people to see him was a Foreign Office official, and today that man

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gave evidence, and he describes to the jury his first impressions of

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Anxiang Du at that meeting to offer consular assistance. He said he was

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very subdued and quiet and at times quiet and very emotional. He said

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during the hour and a half meeting, they had to take regular breaks so

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Anxiang Du could compose himself. He said that in broken English Anxiang

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Du had try to explain some of the detailed about what happened in the

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UK. He said he had been in a business deal with his friends that

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have gone wrong, that he had lost a lot of money, that he had lost

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everything, and he had made one final attempt to visit the Ding

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family to sort things out, but he said that his friends laughed at his

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face and he told the Foreign Office official that he used the words I

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just went crazy and began to stipulating with his clenched fist

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to make the shape of a knife, and that that point, Mister Williams

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said he had to draw the meeting to a conclusion because in wasn't so

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emotional, and as he left, he said, and on how me. `` because Anxiang Du

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was so emotional. The jury were told he will not be taking the witness

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box as part of his defence. That is of course his legal rights to do so.

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The prosecution have to prove his guilt come and he does not have to

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prove his innocence. He denies all four counts of murder. The case is

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due to present tomorrow. An organisation `` An organisation in

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Cambridge which tracks down and removes images of child abuse from

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the internet is to almost treble in size. The announcement by the

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Internet Watch Foundation was made at today's cyber summit in London.

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In an office in a research Park four people are analyzing images

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from the World Wide Web. So graphic is the content they are examining,

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the staff have to have regular counselling and most of them want to

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state anonymous. I see horrible things on a day to day basis. It can

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be disheartening to know how much and it is out there. I can either be

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part of the solution to get rid of the contents or I can pretend it is

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not there, and I know it is fair. If they find a UK website hosting

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illegal images, it can be closed down within the hour. If it is

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overseas, they can block it in this country, but getting the image

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removed will take much longer. Last year, we removed just under 10, 00

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websites, of which only 35 are hosted in the UK, and that shows you

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that the problem is elsewhere. Teeple say it is just a drop in the

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ocean and `` people say it is just a drop in the ocean and I say that is

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not good enough. But is also the attitudes of the Prime Minister who

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today held a second fibre summit at Downing Street. One of the chakras

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fibre summit `` fibre summit. People right across the globe will be safe

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because of the actions that are betake `` are being taken today and

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he wants to push this and make sure that children are safe. The money

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will allow the foundation to take on several more analysts. Instead of

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waiting for tip offs, they will be able to actively seek out illegal

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images. If we can go out and seek it, we can actually remove loads

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more content when the foundation was established in 1996, 18% were hosted

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on websites in the UK. Today, that figure is just 0.3%. And ministers

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say that proves the Internet Watch Foundation is making a real impact.

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A mother of The roads are a bit busier than the

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where in 1963. Still to come we talk to the Suffolk

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tennis star Elaine about Thatcher about her decision to retire. And

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Alex takes part in an unusual clean`up at the National trust.

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Our special report tonight looks at the housing market and in particular

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the lack of accommodation for people in the region.

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Let's give you numbers. There are around 6 million people in the East

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of England and that figure is going up by 1000 every week. Making is one

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of the fastest`growing regions in the UK. The government estimates we

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need to build about 25,000 new houses every year to cater for the

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demand. But last year we only managed to build 12,000. What do we

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do about it? At Medina Gardens, the tradesmen are

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busy once more. Kitchen fitters, bricklayers and plasters. This

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development on the outskirts of Rockhampton is one of 37 sites

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currently being worked on by a person and across the East,

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delivering more than 3000 new homes for which there is a ready demand.

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There has been a demand, people are very nervous over the past few

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years, obviously about where things were and with the availability of

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different market products, the Help To Buy scheme, all it has done is

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yesterday that confidence for people and maybe if people do not want to

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move the four years ago, the oh no thinking there was the time to do

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it. This region needs new homes because its population is rising. By

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around half a million people every decade. Most of that is due to

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immigration. Even now, we are not building. It is reckoned we need to

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25,000 new homes per year, but last year we only got 12,000. However,

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house`building is up 7% this year, the new homes are mostly going up

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along the main commuter belts. The dark areas, close to the main

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release and roads. Will the recovery in house`building last? This company

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as a good indicator of where the market is heading will stop it puts

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on the roads, drains and sewers before house builders move on and is

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working on a tight in Norfolk and Suffolk. If we are busy, it would

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suggest the rest of the housing industry will follow suit. It's a

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good indicator that the residential market is buoyant, picking up, and

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is said to have some good growth. But the pick`up has caused a

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shortage of bricks and concrete blocks. This firm has doubled

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production since last year. We are extremely busy and we can hardly

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make enough blocks to keep up with the demand currently. People are,

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regain, building homes, and ringing forward projects which were put on

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hold for the last five years. In Northampton, these new homes are

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being snapped up there is a long way to go before house`building back to

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its prerecession peak. Let's talk to Richard. Some encouraging signs

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there. But how sustainable is this recovery in house`building? I think

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the recovery is pumped up by the help to buy scheme under which the

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government provides loans to first`time buyers. That scheme will

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have to come to an end sometime so it could all be a bit of a

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short`term boost. Another concern is what is happening to the smaller

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house builders. Most of the houses being built are being built by the

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major house`building groups and the smaller people are finding it

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difficult to get the bank lending they need but overall, it's good to

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see house`building recovering at all after several years of being in the

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doldrums. Richard, thank you. Every year in this country we spend ?1

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billion on clearing up litter. In just one town, Wellingborough, the

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bill is ?100,000. The local council decided to illustrate the scale of

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the problem and took one street and cleaned just one side of it. The

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other side was left unclean. So what happened? The details from Stuart

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Ratcliffe. Britainmacro`poss battle with litter is nothing new. But

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perhaps the tactics to get people to change their habits are. This

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weekend in Wellingborough, litter pickers were picking up after

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late`night drinkers but the clean`up was on just one side of the street,

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and by Monday, it was clear this was a tale of two footpath. As expected,

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there is litter on the floor. It is right next to where litter bins are

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so they could have been used for the it's no surprise to myself. I

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thought it could have been worse. The experiment is one which is being

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monitored closely. Not just by the council but by shoppers in

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neighbouring Northampton. I'd do wonder whether people actually drop

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more letter on that street than they would normally would. Do you think

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littering is getting worse in Britain? I think it is, getting very

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bad. People don't care like they used to. Why'd you think that is? I

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don't know. I don't think there's as much respect for where you live. I

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think it quite disgusting, to be honest, no need for it, is there? At

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a time when councils are tightening their belts, questions are being

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asked about the true cost of litter. When you spend ?100,000 picking up

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litter, at times when money is short, what could we do with that

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money? There could be services we don't have to cut, and it's just

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because people can't be bothered and throw it on the ground because we

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will pick it up. This experiment is being repeated across the country

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with similar results. But the question here is whether experiments

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like this have any effect at all other than to remind us what litter

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louts the British can be. Elena Baltacha announced today she was

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retiring from the professional game. During his 16 year career, she

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became one of our longest`running British number one players. She won

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11 singles titles and was once ranked in the top 50 in the world.

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She is now expected to go into coaching. We spoke to her, who told

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us she made her decision because of injuries. I still love tennis. I

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love competing. And I would have loved to have carried on. I still

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think I could've achieved many more things, but whenever I put myself

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into anything I've always given 100% and I just feel that I haven't been

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able to practice. I haven't been able to push my body the way I

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wanted to. And also, you know, I've only been training once a day, which

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is not enough, especially if I want to improve and get better and take

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on the big players. I just feel it's definitely the best time to retire

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because I feel I won't be able to develop as a tennis player. Judy

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Murray called to the most incredible ambassador for women's ten is in

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Britain for the past 12 years. `` called you. I presume you will stay

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as a great ambassador for tennis? Absolutely. It was so lovely of duty

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four sub Judy is an amazing lady. She is so inspirational and one of

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my major achievements that I'm always representing my country. And

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also playing for Judy Murray was such an experience. She's such an

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inspirational lady. Of course, everything I have banked over the

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years, I want to get back to the next generation. Obviously, my

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academy has to do come first, based in Ipswich, and I would dedicate

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myself to that fully. But also, I want to get back to British tennis

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and give children the opportunity that tennis has given me to

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hopefully, you know, pastime my knowledge and hopefully leave them

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alone and it is in it. Do you have any regrets or disappointments from

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your years at the top? You are always going to get disappointments

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along the way and I always think, if you don't, either you're not going

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to be successful or you are just unbelievably lucky. I think, through

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the disappointments, that's where it makes you stronger. I wouldn't

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change anything if I had to do it again. I wouldn't change anything at

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all. It does make you who you are and I'm glad I had those obstacles

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and I managed to fulfil my potential. Great to talk to you and

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we wish you the best for the future. Thanks for coming on the programme.

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Thank you very much. Gardeners can do lots of things with trees,

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plants, prune them and chop down but today in Cambridgeshire, they were

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actually washing them. These are silver birches and innovative

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Christmas they are used to provide a stunning backdrop to The National

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Trust centre. Alex has been to see how they do it four sub as the

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winter weather sets in, the gardens at Anglesey Abbey near Cambridge are

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being brought back to life. The team is hard giving the silver birch

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trees a bit of a face`lift. Over time they build up a green algae and

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were just trying to get them cleaned up with fresh washers, get them

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looking nice and back to their stunning white. It was established

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here in Anglesey Abbey 16 years ago and these are Himalayan silver

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birches and they have been specially selected for the brilliant white

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bark. And according to head gardener, Richard Todd, they will be

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the centrepiece of the winter light Festival. It opens next week. These

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will be lit. This is the climax of the whole event. We are lighting up

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over one mile of the whole garden with colouring themes, and all sorts

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of amazing features for the every tree will be lit up and away you

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have never seen before. Last, 7500 people turned up to see the winter

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lights including photographer Alistair Grant.

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Tickets are selling out fast. See spectacular scenes like this. I came

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around the corner and I saw a wall of the good pink light, really

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nothing I've seen. Hard to describe unless you were there. The colours

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were just vivid, fantastic, really, really bright and, of course, it

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really showed off the bark of the silver birches to its fullest

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extent. With over 100 trees to clean and only one day to do it, an extra

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pair of hands is needed. But we will have to wait until next week before

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we see their full transformation. They look great, don't they? Time

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now for a look at the weather. A rather gloomy day and through the

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afternoon, cold air advancing towards us from the north`west. It

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is actually behind this band of rain. It's a very narrow band, as

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you can see, but it's moving pretty quickly, so over the next few hours,

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well, it's going to race across our region and I think by about

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midnight, the last of it will clear the Essex coast. Then you can see

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dryer skies following behind. Along with much colder air. These are the

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low temperatures we're expecting in built`up areas and the coast but

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rural spots could top down to `3. A widespread frost. A very cold night.

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I the end of outcome of the wind will be light moderate,

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north`westerly. `` by the end of the night. Wet and windy weather on

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Wednesday. Tomorrow, high`pressure means cold, frosty but a sunny start

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the day four sub much cloud tomorrow. We could see a few

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showers, mainly affecting the north`east corner and they could

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have a bit of sleet or hail mixed in. Temperatures, well, despite the

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sunshine, struggling to around five Celsius at the very best. I have to

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say, those modern north`westerly winds certainly not make me feel any

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warmer. Through the afternoon into the evening, a few showers around

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but eventually they will fade away so, for many of us, it is a dry and

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to the day. As we head into Wednesday, I mentioned that weather

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system on the pressure chart, it will bring longer spells of rain

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during Wednesday morning. But, by the afternoon, to the south`east we

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will see sunny skies following behind. And then, on Thursday,

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decent spells for many of us, another chilly day in the northerly

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wind, but it could dry in the summer showers. And again, some sleet or

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hail mixed in. But, by Friday, those showers will be few and far between

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and, for most of us, another chilly day. The wind easing down a touch.

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And some cold nights on the cards. Tonight and tomorrow night.

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Particularly cold. Thank you very much. A big thank you

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to all of you who supported children in need over the weekend. We always

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do very well in this region and we can confirm we raised ?2.2 million

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and that is a record. We will leave you with some highlights. Bye bye.

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'We wanna do a science fiction series.'

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CS Lewis meets HG Wells meets Father Christmas, that's the Doctor.

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Can't we have Doctor Who without Doctor Who?

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Travel back to the birth of a phenomenon.

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