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transformation of the NHS in England. That

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Hello and welcome to Look East. In the programme tonight: Mourning May

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` a 70`year`old woman's stabbed to death in Luton six weeks after her

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wedding. One man's arrested. The threat to our corner shops from

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smuggled tobacco ` customs officers raid shops in Peterborough and find

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thousands of pounds worth of hidden cigarettes.

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The battle in this region between the housing haves and have`nots

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And a ten`time world champion you've probably never heard of.

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Good evening. We begin tonight with the pensioner stabbed to death as

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she drove in Luton. May Evans was attacked yesterday afternoon. A man

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in his 50s, who was known to the victim, was detained by members of

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the public at the scene. Mike Cartwright reports.

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May Evans ` mother, brand mother, newlywed. She married just six weeks

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ago. Flowers now mark the spot where she was repeatedly stabbed in her

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car. Yards from her home, the car stopped outside Jimmy's house. He

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heard shouting and saw a man in the street ran dishing a knife.

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Therewith two other men, trying to persuade him to drop the knife. They

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kept saying, drop the knife, just get rid of it, drop it. He would not

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drop it. I went up and I could see the top of the old lady putts`macro

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head in the car, she was sitting in the driver's seat. The door was

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shut, locked tight. Just before the police came, I heard them say, we've

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got him, we've got him. Those three guys must have got him down and held

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him down. May Evans was treated by paramedics but died at the scene.

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The man, in his 50s, is now in police custody. It is crucial we I

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dids identify with the Serbs, there are people who have not spoken to as

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they need to come forward. `` it is crucial that we identify witnesses.

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I am shocked. There is nothing you can do, really, now. How upsetting

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is it? I saw her on the floor yesterday when they were trying to

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revive her, it was quite sad to watch, especially when you have

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known her for a long time. A short time ago, the family laid flowers

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here. They said they wanted a private moment away from the

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cameras. Afterwards, in tears, her husband spoke to me. He said he

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wanted to say thank you to the community for trying to save his

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wife will stop the motive for the attack is unclear. A stabbing which

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took the life of a defenceless 0 year`old.

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Next tonight, how illegal supplies of tobacco are putting the future of

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corner shops at risk. There's been an increase in the number of people

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buying cigarettes which have been smuggled into the UK or which have

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been bought overseas. According to the Tobacco Retailers' Alliance the

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loss of income has put one in six shops here at risk of closure and a

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further four in ten are considering cutting back on staff. Across the

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region, customs officers are carrying out raids to tackle the

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problem. Emma Baugh joined one in Peterborough where 36, 000

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cigarettes were seized in just one night.

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It is early evening and the first call of the night for the revenue

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and Trading Standards team. The most important member is the tobacco

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detection dog, he is soon on the scent. They are telling us that he

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was detecting something behind a fire, basically. We have pulled the

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fire off and there are these few packets in the back. They will pull

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them out, turn the fire off to look behind. The cigarettes are hidden in

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little cubbyholes, and in ingenious faces like fruit juice cartons. They

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used to be under the counter, now they are hiding them, but they are

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easy to access. They can pick up a box, you would not think that was in

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here. How big a problem as the counterfeiting? Quite big,

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unfortunately. They have just found these cigarette, they are called

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illegal whites because they should not be bought over`the`counter. They

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are made specifically for the smuggling market and they cost the

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country ?2 billion each year. Onto the next shop, one of 15 being

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searched 25 officers. They are led to another concealment in a

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storeroom floor. They are looking for both illegal and counterfeit

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cigarette, like once found hidden in this time of door, some of which

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have previously been found to contain rat poison. Apart from

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avoiding duty, we have concerns about their safety, they are more

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likely to cause a fire. We have no idea what is in them. We would say

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to smokers, the best thing is not to to buy `` not to buy tobacco at all,

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but you really do not know what is in these ones. Hopefully we are

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putting the message out that we do not tolerate this. Police believe

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the trade is not small scale and is linked to organised crime.

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Cigarettes are sold to regular customers, cheaper. ?2 50, probably

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less. If they keep coming to this shop, they will not go to a normal

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cigarette vendor and buy them a normal price. A packet of cigarettes

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is about ?8. They are missing out on custom and trade, which will

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severely affect business. Out of 15 shops searched in one night, in 11

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had illegal cigarette worth tens of thousands. They will now be

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investigated ahead of further action.

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Well, Graham Walker is from the Tobacco Retailers' Alliance. He also

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runs a shop in Kings Lynn. Mr Walker, we heard in Emma's report

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that shops like yours are losing out. How has all of this affected

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you personally? Well, if you take the latest research, which shows

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that around 21% of cigarettes and as much as 53% of hand`rolling tobacco

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bought and sold in this region is illegal, if you translate that onto

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my store, I am looking at a loss of income of around ?45,000 a year

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which would be enough to employ an extra member of staff, part`time. ``

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?4000 to ?5,000 each year. But how much of it is people just stopping

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smoking? You can't put everything down just to smuggled cigarettes.

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However, the latest research shows that, with those figures, 21% and

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53%, if you take that percentage of my sales, that is the figure I come

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to. It is the shopkeepers selling these illegal cigarettes, how does

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that make you feel? Clearly, frustrated. We are the ones adhering

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to the law, applying strict laws to underage sales. We fully support the

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Government's attempts to cut smoking amongst young people. Only if these

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products are bought from a responsible, legitimate retailer, is

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the Government able to control that with the no sale to underage

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youngsters. You can see why it might be tempting to consumers, they are

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less than half the price. Absolutely, who wouldn't, given the

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opportunity? The danger is, particularly with the illicit white

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is, the illegal whites, you don t know what is in them. Scientific

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tests have clearly shown they have contained is best us, some even

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cyanide, rat poison `` they have contained asbestos. Nobody pretends

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that smoking is entirely safe, but the legal market is regulated, this

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is not. Thank you. A teenager has been arrested on

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suspicion of attempting to murder a man who confronted three burglars in

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his home in Luton. Tony Abrahams, who's 47, was stabbed in Wellfield

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Avenue in the early hours of Saturday morning. A 16`year`old from

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London is being questioned. Three police call handlers in

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Cambridgeshire have been disciplined after failing to act on calls from a

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man who later died from a heart attack. Paramedics found James

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Marriott dead at his home in Whittlesey in February. Earlier that

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day he'd made three non`emergency calls to the police saying that he'd

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banged his head and couldn't get off the floor. No action was taken. An

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independent investigation found staff guilty of misconduct or

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incompetence. One was dismissed but later reinstated with a final

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written warning. A businessman accused of murdering

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an entire family in Northampton told a psychiatrist he slept after

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killing them. 54`year`old Anxiang Du denies murder but admits killing the

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Ding family in April 2011 after losing a long`running business

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dispute. Northampton Crown Court heard he made the revelations in a

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lengthy clinical assessment. Neil Bradford has been in court. Neil, an

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extraordinary day of evidence? Today is significant because, for

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the first time since the Ding family was killed, we heard Anxiang Du s

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version of events. He will not take to the witness stand as part of his

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defence, which is his legal right. Because of the complex legal

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process, member, he was arrested in Morocco 14 months after the

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killings, he has not had to give a police interview. So his only

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version of events came through the evidence of Professor Nigel Eastman,

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a forensic psychologist who carried out in`depth clinical assessment

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lasting more than eight hours. Professor Eastman told the jewellery

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that Anxiang Du had given him detail during those meetings about what

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happened that day. He said he went to the house of the Ding in a

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last`ditch attempt to sort out the dispute, he entered the house, saw

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Jeff Ding in the kitchen, tried to talk to him. Jeff Ding called him a

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full and stupid, at which point Anxiang Du said to the professor, I

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could not see anything. Mr Ding s voice and shape became disporting.

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Somebody grabbed his arm, presumably Helen Ding. He described how he

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heard a noise upstairs, he saw the two daughters. He said, I also

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Kilburn. I don't know why, I am so sorry. At that point in the meeting

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he became so emotional `` he said, I also killed them. But he said after

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he killed the family he had a long sleep, and when he woke up it was

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dark. The psychiatrist spoke to Anxiang Du around two years after

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the attacks, could he described his state of mind at the time of the

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killings? Professor believed he suffered from a depressive illness

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which would have affected his judgment and inhibitions and,

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perhaps, paid a significant contributory factor to the killings.

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He said that two months before the Ding was killed, he pulled a knife

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on his wife following a row. Anxiang Du denies four counts of murder and

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the case continues tomorrow. The private company running

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Hinchingbrooke Hospital has won an award for a safety system borrowed

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from the car industry. It's called Stop the Line and it empowers each

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employee to immediately halt an operation or treatment if they think

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a patient is at risk. Since its introduction, there's been a 50

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decrease in serious incidents at the hospital.

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The Air Force has placed a new order for Brimstone missiles, which are

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partly manufactured in Henlow in Bedfordshire. It was a weapon used

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to devastating effect in the RAF's Libyan campaign.

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average speed cameras. It comes after a meeting with the Highways

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agency. They're also looking at improving the capacity of lay`bys

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and replacing the concrete road surfaces with tarmac.

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Still to come, and easyJet have stolen a march on Ryanair. And he

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was in the water, meets James Bushell, it contains dates the world

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champion. We like that so much we play it all

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the time. Last night we heard that

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house`building in this region is finally starting to pick up after

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years of being in the doldrums. But some would argue that's not

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necessarily good news. Lots of people believe thousands of

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new homes will destroy the character of their town or village. On the

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other side of the argument the first time buyers desperate for a foot on

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the housing ladder. Research by Look East shows there are more than

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85,000 homes in this region which have already got planning permission

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but still haven't been built. Our special report tonight is from Ben

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Bland. Elliott wants to buy a home. At the

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moment he rent this property in Norfolk with his partner and their

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daughter. The recently graduated and has a full`time job but he can't get

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on the property ladder. He would like to see more homes built. There

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is a lot of talk about the lack of infrastructure and things like that

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and people worried about it being a plate on the local area but it is

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much more of a blight not having a vibrant young population, most young

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people have to move out of the area just to get home and they can be in

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the area they grew up in. Will councils across East Anglia are

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given permission for new homes thousands of them just haven't been

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built. The latest available figures and these are approximate, show the

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biggest number is in Essex. There, almost 24,000 homes have equal ahead

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but have not been constructive. In this region, it is more than 18,000.

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Councils in Northamptonshire told us they have approved almost 14,000 new

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homes are waiting to be built. In Norfolk the figure is over 13,000.

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Wealth in neighbouring Suffolk it is just under 10,000. Cambridgeshire

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has almost 6000 flat or house is approved by the extra appear. That

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is a total of more than 85,000 new homes across East Anglia that could

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be built immediately. In several parts of reading, councils are

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planning to build whole new and villages over the next 20 years just

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to provide enough housing. Yet in Cambridge and there are plans to put

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many thousand new homes on the site and the former barracks at what

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beach. That might help people wanting to buy, but not everyone is

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happy. We fought off the set of the ten three times before and people

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don't want their village to be subsumed into the town. We have

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massive and to shop counters, the eight N is frequently overcast, but

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we do want something to happen to the barracks. They let's put

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something smaller scale of the built area. The number of people living in

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this region is increasing and that is why councils are giving

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permission for so many new homes to be built. For some people it is too

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many, well for others those goals can be built quickly enough.

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And we'd like to hear your stories about that. You might be struggling

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to get on the housing ladder or worried about a new housing estates

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near you. You can call us on 0845 seven 630 630 or email to

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[email protected] And of course there's also Facebook and Twitter.

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EasyJet stole a march on its rival Ryanair today by announcing record

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annual profits. The Luton`based airline made ?478m last year, a rise

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of more than 50%. But Ryanair who have their main operating base in

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the UK at Stansted has warned profits will be lower than expected.

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Our business correspondent Richard Bond is here. So why is EasyJet

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doing so well? EasyJet has always had the reputation for being rather

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friendlier to its customers than Ryanair, and also flying to airports

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closer to the advertised destination. It's recently

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introduced allocated seating, so you can pay a little extra to sit where

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you like. That seems to have gone down well with two groups in

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particular, older customers and business passengers. Ryanair doesn't

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have allocated seating yet, it plans to introduce it next year. The chief

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executive of easyJet today played down suggestions that she was

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winning the battle with Ryanair. It is very important to the competition

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is everywhere, we do not have one archrival, we have removed

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competition who are people like Los Santos etc. We are paranoid about

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competition but their belief is that if we do great things for the

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airliner for customers then we will do well. Is EasyJet overtaking

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Ryanair? It is doing better in terms of the close of profit. But Ryanair

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is still the cooling air `` bigger Elliott of. It has 100 more aircraft

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and easyJet and it flies around 20 million passengers more per year.

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There is a new campaign today about increasing the volume we can get

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through airports. This is the Let Britain Fly campaign supported by

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100 leading British companies. It wants all three parties to

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acknowledge before the next election the need for more air capacity. It

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is not calling specifically for a second runway at Stansted, but they

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want rail links to be improved so it can make better use of its existing

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capacity. Thank you very much. How many sports stars have been

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world champions ten times? James Bushell from Wisbech is in that

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exclusive club. He's also won 28 national titles and eight European

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ones. James is a jetskier. He's 29 years old and he's just come back

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from America with his latest trophy. In the world of jet ski racing, key

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is the undisputed number one. Siegel to 80 in less than two seconds, top

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speed a staggering 90 mph. James is fast and feared the world over. At

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the world finals in Arizona he retained both titles, for the third

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year running. James with a 1983, that is a four. First and third in

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his races, overall winner. At 29 years all the 10th world title. What

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does it mean to you to be world champion? Well, number one in the

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world. That is the main thing. Again, the first time I won it was

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obviously really cool and special but no it is a good feeling. You

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cant take it for granted. My dad loved the trophies. I like the money

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but he likes it trophies. James has grown used to winning, he began

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racing in Norfolk claiming the first of his 28 British titles when he was

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16. The Mac sometimes you have to pinch yourself but it is down to

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hard work, dedication and team effort. That is why he has ten world

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titles. And all of the European titles and everything. When he is

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not racing jet skis years fixing them. I like my jet skis and I get

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these words into condition and get them prepared to go out. James runs

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a business in talent and, just north of Peterborough. You need to look to

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the future, so even a business selling and repairing. Before that

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all I did was race and repair jet skis and media living from it. If

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you when you any money but if you don't when you don't make much of a

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living. It is the water which he best, winning titles what he does

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best. We bought fancy jet skis, don't you? I would like to go

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slowly, though. I love the fact that he is not that excited any more.

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And a new modern interpretation of Swan Lake by Matthew Bourne has been

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doing very good business in recent years in the West End and on

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Broadway. The production is now on tour across

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the country ` tonight they play the Theatre Royal in Norwich. And the

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company includes a man from King's Lynn performing in his debut show.

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Reece Causton graduated this year from one of the country's top ballet

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schools. Our entertainment reporter Dawn Gerber has been to meet him.

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The striking scenes of Swan Lake, a production which cost and has dreamt

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of being part of, and directed by his icon. It has been an ambition

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for me to work for Matthew Bourne, I saw Swan Lake and I was 17, live for

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the first time and I thought it was unbelievable. I never thought I

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would end up dancing strictly for this company. It was an aspiration

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of me and won't be fooled was auditioning the year I graduated and

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they got the part, which is unbelievable. He has already done

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for 20 performances of Swan Lake during this tour, but the music of

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Tchaikovsky continues to be special. His music is so powerful,

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it is beautiful. It is very inspiring, you never get bored of

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it. And backstage, we get a sneak preview of his swan costume. Acts to

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when you first see the Swans, it is equal exchange. You have people

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helping you, doing your back, I do my front and BBQ beaks. Is it

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exciting? Your Mac year, you must be on your toes all the time. It is

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very exciting. The traditional story of Swan Lake, the princess cursed

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and turned into a swan, has been reworked to have a male lead. It is

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an amazing thing to do, it is one of the iconic roles for any male dancer

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to do, than twice, is so rewarding because it is masculine. It is

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physically very demanding and to just be in the forefront as a male

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banter `` male dancer and the guys behind making them look pretty and

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try not to be seen too much, it is nice for us. Does have a little

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moment in the spotlight for the men. Tonight will be a memorable show for

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Rees, not only is he performing in his home county, but family and

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friends will have the chance to see the success he has already achieved.

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Many people will be humming along. You can just hear it. Yesterday she

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was cleaning trees, today the weather.

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Use of a cold evening but before I do, here are a couple of sunset

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pictures sent in by viewers. These shorts Felixstowe docks. We have had

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a much colder air mass across us today to temperatures yesterday

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around seven or eight degrees but today we shaved off quite a few

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degrees and it has felt cold. Many of us have seen some sunshine, some

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of us have had some showers. You can see this cloud moving in the North

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Sea. For Norfolk some showers are still around. That will pose a

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bigger problem with ace overnights delayed because between now and

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midnight it is expected to get to its coldest. The frosty start. We

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will keep these showers going for the next couple of hours so beware

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of the AIDS risk for part of Norfolk but they will tend to fade and die

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away. `` so beware of the ice risk. It will be menace to our ministry

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degrees with widespread frost. `` it will be `2 or minus three degrees.

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The coffin will move in from the West and bring spots of rain by

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dawn. So, tomorrow it will not be the best of days. This is the

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weather system responsible for the model's weather, low pressure

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pushing these fronts across so it means a cloudy start. Outbreaks of

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rain pushing in. This could turn quite heavy across the middle part

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of the day. It will also bring with it a very strong north`westerly wind

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it will feel bitterly cold despite the fact that these values are

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slightly higher than what they were today with highs of five or six

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degrees. This fun starts to move eastwards with some brighter skies

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so we could see some sunshine and the chance of showers developing.

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The Middletown to sleep in some places. `` they might well turn. It

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could turn a C in places as temperatures drop away. High

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temperatures dropping but that does not get into the British Isles. We

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still keep babies into the weekend that will us from frost. `` we still

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keep a breeze. Temperatures could get down to freezing but with enough

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of a breeze we should be protected from frost with the showers

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overnight. Some showers will feed and overnight and for the weekend it

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will be quite dry with a lot of cloud around. There will be enough

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of a these to be free of frost. That is all from others. Goodbye.

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