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Louise, thank you. That's all from the BBC

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Hello and welcome to Thursday's Look East. In the programme tonight:

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Jailed for life. Anxiang Du will serve a minimum of

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40 years for murdering a family of four. Today, justice has been

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served. The murder, Anxiang Du, will spend the rest of his life in

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prison. Idiots, not terrorists. The two men

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at the centre of an emergency landing at Stansted Airport are

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cleared of any wrongdoing. We will be here later, hearing about the

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plan to create 65,000 new jobs and targeting training to prepare young

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people for the world of work. And we meet Laura Banks, four months after

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the transplant changed her life Good evening.

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First tonight, a man who murdered an entire family has been told it is

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almost inevitable he will die in prison. Anxiang Du has been jailed

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for a minimum of 40 years for killing Jeff and Helen Ding and

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their two daughters at their home in Northampton. In sentencing the

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54`year`old businessman today, the judge said he was clearly carrying

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out pre`meditated acts of revenge. Neil Bradford was in court today and

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joins us now. Neil, it was always going to be a long sentence.

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That's right, in case this CD is the judge has no option but to impose a

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life sentence, and I think many people were hoping this would be one

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of the red occasions where life really does mean life, but Judge

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says that despite the gravity of this case he said he did not think

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that would be appropriate. But by imposing a minimum tariff of 40

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years he is saying that Anxiang Du will spend the rest of his life in

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prison. He would be eligible for parole until his 94th birthday.

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Anxiang Du showed no emotion as the judge sentenced them.

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Alice Ding was just 12 years old, her sister was 18. Anxiang Du

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moderate them both, just minutes after killing parents. On the day of

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the royal wedding two years ago he travelled to Northampton seeking

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revenge. After losing a long`running legal dispute, he was facing

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financial ruin. The judge said he was calm and methodical, a man on a

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mission. Today he was jailed for life. The family have asked me to

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see the following on their behalf. Today, justice has been served, the

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matter Anxiang Du will spend the rest of his life in prison. No

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sentence, however long, can ever replace our loved ones. Nothing the

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judge could have done today would remove the pain we feel. Near where

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the family lived, there is relief among their friends and neighbours.

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It is closure. My daughter had months of sleepless nights,

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psychologists getting involved, and then when we went through the trial

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process, reading on the Internet what happened at court, it affected

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her. Now that justice has been served she hopefully has drawn a

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line under it and can move on with her life. Sentencing of a minimum

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term of 40 years, the judge said that these were cold blooded

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murderers which in my judgement were premeditated and were considered act

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of revenge in which you wiped out the entire family of the couple

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would you consider how rude you financially. He told Anxiang Du that

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it was not his mental health, as he had claimed, but he could and anger

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and a desire for revenge that motivated him to kill.

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Helen Ding's mother and father had followed the trial, but Julie

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translation was not necessary as they give their reaction. The

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emotions they are suffering are the same in any language, I met with the

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family earlier this week and it is clear what the devastating impact

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this few weeks has had on them. They have had some harrowing and

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distressing evidence. It is clear that they have taken straight from

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the neighbours in the area and other members of the community. Tomorrow,

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it will be two years and seven months exactly since the family were

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murdered, their relatives travel back to China knowing that justice

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has been done at last. Campaigners against plans for a toll

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road on the A14 say they believe they're winning the argument. MPs

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and business leaders lobbied the Transport Secretary this afternoon,

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telling him the proposed new road to the north of Cambridge would stunt

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the region's economy. A decision on whether or not to go ahead with the

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scheme could be taken as early as next week. Our political

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correspondent Andrew Sinclair is at Westminster ` and the opposition to

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this scheme just seems to keep growing. Yes, motoring

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organisations, local councils, hauliers, business organisations,

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today we had MPs and business leaders from Suffolk in at the

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Department of Transport, lobbying the Transport Secretary, telling him

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that they believe a tall in such a vital road to the region's economy

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was wrong. If the coal is imposed it will be damaging on the Suffolk

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economy and of the economy of the country as a call. Some businesses

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are talking about leading software for other counties. Well this thread

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hangs over us. We are making headway, we are putting together a

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very articulate ration Alan Whitehead is wrong for the Suffolk

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economy and to remind ministers that we should not be restricting our

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growth areas with arbitrary halls. Is the government really going to

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change their mind? Officially we're being told nothing,

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but the feeling among campaigners is that things are moving the way. This

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has become a big issue, there have been meetings with the Prime

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Minister, the Chancellor, transport managers. The issue gets raised in

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Parliament. My experience from things like this is that if the

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government was not going to do anything he is campaigning MPs would

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have been taken to one side by Miller that all very quietly, please

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pipe down. Nothing will happen. On top of that, the language from

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ministers has changed, we are listing, we understand, we share

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your concerns. That is what is making people think that we might

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just be about to see some sort of change of heart, perhaps in the

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Autumn statement, which is next week. What will that be? Erode like

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this is such a key plank of government policy, it would be a

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larger U`turn if they change their mind altogether but we are told the

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economy is improving. Perhaps the Chancellor can complete the road

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without having to impose the tall. Watch this space.

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Two men have been cleared of threatening to blow up a plane

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forced to land at Stansted Airport. A judge at Chelmsford Crown Court

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has ruled there's no case to answer. Tayyab Subhani and Mohammed Safdar

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were arrested in May after a Boeing 777 heading from Pakistan to

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Manchester was forced to make an emergency landing. Our chief

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reporter Kim Riley was in court It was an emergency in which no one was

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injured, amidst a big security operation, all passengers and crew

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were safety `` safely taken off the plane. A detailed search of the

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aircraft revealed nothing significant. One of the suspects was

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held in custody for 73 days. The airline did not disclose the

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findings of their internal investigation into the incident to

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the British authorities until ordered by the court. The

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prosecution originally claimed that the court accused had made threats

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to kill passengers and crew and blow up the plane. During the trial a

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different picture emerged. One passenger, the trivial incident The

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prosecutor said that together with the police and Crown Prosecution

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Service would have considered whether it was appropriate to seek

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to resist a defence application of no case to answer. In the light of

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some of the evidence he said, and issues of disclosure, the decision

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was made not to seek convictions in this case. The judge said that some

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of the evidence before the Julie against the two men have been

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tenuous and peppered with inconsistency. He instructed them to

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return a verdict of not guilty on both men. Outside court, solicitors

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for the parent redshirt statements. On behalf of my client, he is

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relieved his ordeal is over. Due to the misinformation is applied to UK

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authorities by members of the crew of the flight, the UK was put to

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considerable expense. My client was wrongly vilified as a terrorist

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based on this information. This is a victory for us, his loved ones and

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those who knew he was innocent of the allegations he was facing. This

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case has collapsed after it became clear that witnesses against them

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had not told the truth. It is also clear that have the documents held

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by the airline 's been disclosed to the prosecution at the outset then

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these two men would never have had to face this protracted ordeal of a

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crown Court trial. The defence said they were gaping holes in the

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evidence against the two men who had endured months of stress well being

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falsely branded as terror suspects. A specialist in airport planning has

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been appointed to carry out an independent review of plans to

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expand Luton airport. The move comes as a new company takes over the site

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in a ?300 million deal. The airport's managing director says the

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new owners Ardian, have an impressive track record in the

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industry. The country might have emerged from

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recession, but councils across our region are still having to cut

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millions of pounds from their budgets. In Cambridgeshire alone,

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the county council is trying to save ?149 million over the next five

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years. It is on target to save 7 million in the next financial year.

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However that means one famous attraction is in the firing line,

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the Cromwell Museum in Huntingdon. It costs the council just ?20,0 0 a

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year to run. Campaigners say it s a huge sacrifice for very little

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savings. Stuart Ratcliffe reports. Cromwell's government papers, his

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boots and even his death mask, everything from oil is here in the

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building where he went to school, in the town where he was born. He left

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over half his life year, his family were rooted here, Cromwell was MP

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for Huntingdon in the late 16 2 s. But it is truly his role as a

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national figure where he becomes most significant. The museum

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attracts 11,000 visitors per year, and with annual running costs of

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just ?20,000, campaigners say the museum does provide value for money.

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Such as from abroad will spend here and may even stay here and they will

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contribute to the local economy and none of that seems to be factored in

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to the county council's decision about the potential closure. The

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council says the size of the museum's grant is irrelevant,

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savings must be found. We are clearly looking at the very small

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figure with regard to the museum. All services are looking at small

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sums of money and those are small sums of money at up to much larger

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sums. It is a non`statutory service we are talking about. The statutory

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services together with her priorities must come first. No

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decision has been made in the council says it is now urging the

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museum to find new finance and new ways to operate. If it does not

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this priceless collection could be sold off at Cromwell's heritage lost

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forever. Staff at Addenbrooke's Hospital have

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written a letter of complaint to the University of Cambridge after it's

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A department was inundated with a group of drunken students. It is

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understood the group in fancy dress arrived at the hospital at around

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6pm on Tuesday night in a drunken state and some with injuries. The

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hospital says doctors continued to treat students until around 4am and

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their behaviour was rude and disruptive for other patients. A

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spokesman for the university said an investigation is underway.

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A major route into and through the centre of Peterborough could be

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transformed over the next year. If plans by the city council are

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approved, Bourges Boulevard is set to become a pedestrian`friendly

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tree`lined avenue. The work will cost ?4.5 million and could be

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complete by next October. It will include creating two pedestrian

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crossings and planting 30 London Plane trees. Those

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escaped from their enclosure escaped themselves. Management say they are

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struggling to understand how they got through the fence.

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Still to come: The UK Snooker Championship. We speak to the world

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number one. The extraordinary bond between a mother and daughter. Four

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months after a transplant changed both their lives.

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Here's the problem ` our workforce is getting older, we lose lots of

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skilled people to jobs outside our region and training courses for

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young people don't prepare them fully for the world of work. But

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what is the solution? According to the New Anglia local Enterprise

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Partnership, one solution is to get businesses, schools and colleges

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talking to each other to make sure courses are tailored to provide the

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right training. It wants to create 65,000 more jobs across Norfolk and

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Suffolk by 2025, where more than 60% of the population is of working age

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and more than a quarter of those have a degree of some kind. They

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have been welding, bricklaying, even operating a bigger. Organised by

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Norfolk county council, this event was designed to give students some

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ideas and to get the firms involved with people they need for the

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future. It is good to see the opportunities around this area. Lots

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of stuff to look at. What advice have people been giving you? It is a

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good thing to choose when you leave school. It can get your lot of

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money. 1200 schoolchildren, 70 exhibitors. Among them is this man

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who started his company 24 years ago. They made a robot for the take

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that tour. He says it needs to be much easier for small businesses to

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employ young people. They need to support and engage with them more.

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The colleges and providers are not delivering what the businesses

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need. That is the problem and today in Ipswich the start of the

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solution. The new partnership launched what it calls a skills

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manifesto. We need to do more to get business and educators working

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together. That way, the educators understand that business is

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required, businesses understand the challenges that educators face.

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Talking to companies here, it is clear that more needs to be done

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with youth unemployment. More help from government, more coordination,

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less red tape. Get all that right and the future is good. This

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afternoon, I spoke to the skills Minister Matthew Hancock. He

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believes in better education and giving young people what he calls

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get up and go. Is that something you can teach? You can teach those sort

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of character traits. It is about making sure they know what it takes,

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lots of it comes from doing work experience, making sure people know

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what it is like in the workplace. The big complaint we are hearing is

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there is too much red tape. I understand that concern. I was in

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small business before I came into politics. That point was raised. We

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have made it easier. You cannot be taken to a tribunal for two years

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rather than one year, which helps, and we are simplifying those rules

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by making the insurance clearer and the guidance simpler and removing

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some of the regulations. I completely accept that there is more

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to do, and it is my job to do it. I listen to business because I want to

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make sure life is easier for them. Ultimately, it is small businesses

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who create prosperity. You have been in power for three years. Why have

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you not done it? This is a never`ending process. We have done a

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lot. We have also made sure it is easier to comply with health and

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safety regulations, so as long as you are not negligent you cannot be

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done for health and safety. It is an important change that only came into

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force six months ago. Communicating to small businesses that as long as

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you behave reasonably you will get through, they will not hold you

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back. You accept that business and education do not work together as

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well as they should. How do you solve that? There is a number of

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things you can do. The first is making sure colleges and schools

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interact with the local business community so there is more work

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experience, but one very direct way is through the growth of

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apprenticeships. They are training and job. There is a series of ways

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we can do it, and I am very keen to make sure that we do. It has

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benefits on both sides of the fence, motivating kids in schools, making

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sure when they leave they are ready to take on the jobs that are

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available. Thank you. The UK Snooker Championship is underway. The

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sport's undergone a period of radical change and it's also had to

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deal with a match fixing scandal which led to one of the top players

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being banned. Two players who have not let all of that spoil their form

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are Neil Robertson and Joe Perry. They're good friends and practice

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together in Cambridge. Tom Williams has been to meet them. A final few

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frames. They are friends in practice and rivals in games. There are more

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tournament, more travelling, and more opportunities, but both have

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claimed titles, demonstrating change has not snookered them. We did at

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the start of the season... It is probably the first time in a few

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seasons that we have started off the season really well together. I think

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it is great for the snooker clubs to have both of us doing really well.

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Fully can continue. You help each other? We picked little bones out of

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each other's stuff. I have all was been critical of his preparation but

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this season I am learning from him. Snooker has gone a long way to

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enhancing its appeal. Its reputation has been tarnished in the worst case

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of corruption in the sport's history. Stephen Lee was found

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guilty of match fixing, and given a 12 year ban. Devastated. Absolutely

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devastated. I have done nothing wrong. They said, if you want to fix

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matches, go against the rules of the game, you will be suspended and it

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will cost you a career. Do you think integrity has been restored?

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Definitely. It is showing the public that they are not going to stand for

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it. Both players want to win. Jonathan Trott's decision to quit

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the Ashes tour once again highlighted the strain on our top

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sports stars. Other snooker players have battled depression. We can be

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away for six weeks. It is tough to spend time away from your family.

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There is no middle ground in sport. You are either really happy when you

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win really sad when you lose. If you are missing your family, who knows

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what is happening? Only one will pop the winning ball this week. Revamps

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snooker hopes it will be the major winner. `` the revamped snooker.

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Under five months ago I went to meet a mother and daughter in the centre

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of the next story. Laura Banks badly needed a kidney transplant and her

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mum Felicity was going to be her donor. We're pleased to report the

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operation was a success ` now they are both looking to the future. We

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sent Mike Cartwright back to see them. Wishing you all the best. Four

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months after her transplant, Laura Banks is healthy, happy and here.

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That is thanks to her mum, who brought her into this world and

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prevented her from leaving it. To have done what she has done is

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really amazing. Hopefully life can carry on as normal because she

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accompanied me to the hospital with all my appointments. Hopefully

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things can change for her as well. She will be less worried about me.

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Laura was five when Doctors discovered kidney problems. 22 years

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after her first transplant, she needed another. Her mother was the

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perfect match. I remember it being a beautiful summer as I woke up, it

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was very hot, and I was worried about getting across to the main

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building. I was on time, and I got there, but I felt very calm, which

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is amazing for me. And I knew that everything that I was doing was

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right. I tried not to be too nervous. There was a lot of waiting

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around, moments before going to theatre. I remember being quite

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worried about those who were waiting for the news of me. Laura is looking

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to build a life with her partner and continue to build her career back in

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HR. I love being back in work because I enjoy my job but it also

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means a sense of normality for me. It is lovely to see her full of

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energy and laughing and joking. Normality, really. That is the thing

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you forget. You lose track. You go to hospital appointments, you seem

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to be at the hospital so much. We are free of that now. We have

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normality in our lives. The bond between most mothers and their

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daughters is strong. The bond is unbreakable. It is lovely to see

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them looking well. Now the weather. unbreakable. It is lovely to see

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them looking well. Now the If you got fed up with the cloud today the

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good news is the weather is changing tomorrow and it will be much

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brighter but will also feel quite a bit colder. The current situation is

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we have quite a lot of widespread mist and fog patches forming, and if

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anything, visibility is not great. With this blanket across us, it will

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not get too cold tonight. Temperatures overnight anything

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between four and seven Celsius. The wind will be south`westerly. They

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will be coming from the north. By the end of the night, these light

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south`westerly winds will see us with the current conditions. This

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will bring a brisk north`westerly wind which will make it feel a lot

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colder. At the day progresses it will be brighter. We should see some

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sunny spells. Quite a different feel. The mist and fog will clear

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first thing, showers will be isolated. They will affect coastal

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parts of Norfolk, Suffolk and Essex. Sunny spells will develop into the

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day and afternoon and it will be quite bright. Factoring in the

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north`westerly wind, it will feel quite cold. This wind will be

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particularly gusty around the coast. Into the afternoon, it is

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looking largely dry. Perhaps the odd coastal shower but plenty of

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sunshine. It will be so windy overnight that it should be free of

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frost. This is the pressure pattern by the end of the weekend. I

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pressure moves back in. This is what we have had for the last week. ``

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high`pressure. By the end of the weekend it will be cloudy. We will

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be back to the conditions we have been experiencing when wind is

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light. Before then we have some brighter weather. For Friday and

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Saturday expect some sunny spells, expected to the bit colder. It will

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get lighter in the afternoon and there is a risk of frost. Cloud will

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return on Sunday and Monday. Quick barometer check.

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Just before we go, time to tell you about a chance to see a special

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programme made by the BBC. The flying archaeologist who's a former

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policeman from Cambridgeshire has helped reveal that people lived

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around Stonehenge 5,000 years earlier than first thought. You can

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see the full story tonight in Stonehenge: The Missing Link at 8:30

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on BBC Four.

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